Cliff Gallup

Cliff Gallup

Clifton E. "Cliff" Gallup (June 17, 1930 - October 9, 1988) was an American electric guitarist, who played rock and roll in the band Gene Vincent and his Blue Caps in the 1950s.

Read more about Cliff Gallup:  Biography, Guitar Technique and Equipment, Discography

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Cliff Gallup - Discography
221 I Flipped (Bobbie Carrol - Bill Hicks) - 224 Session 5 June 27, 1956 Bop Street (Cliff Gallup - Bill Davis) - 224 Well,I Knocked Bim Bam (Bobbie Carrol) - 214 You Told A Fib (Cliff Gallup ... October 18, 1956 Important Words (version 1) (Gene Vincent - Bill Davis) - 221 You Better Believe (Cliff Gallup) - 159 Red Bluejeans And A Pony Tail (J ...

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