Yes this is a (very rare) german release. Back then this group was nearly unknown, nearly no Rock'n'Roll was played on the german radio stations. Coral Germany released several 45s and two EPs that are all very hard to find.
Grady Martin also played on many Johnny Horton Session, that hard driving guitar with the solos on the bass strings - that's Grady. For Columbia he did a lot of session work in the C+W field and recorded a lot of hot uptempo stuff up to Rockabilly.
I own the Ace of Hearts UK Mono pressing from 1966 - it has a fantastic dynamic sound!
YT commenting,and its probably correct
this is the original record, with the video clips added
Paul Burlison wasn't the guitar player on this recording and wasn't on a lot of Johnny's tracks. The guy who did play guitar on them was a session player called Grady Martin. Its probable Burlison was a very average player and when The Rock N Roll Trio went into the studio for the first time the producer decided that Burlison wasn't good enough and brought in Mr Martin.... Grady also played for lots of other artists of the time, eg Buddy Holly, Don Woody etc, etc.
Also the guitar amplifier that he used was the same amp used in the studio by the legendary Cliff Gallup on all those great Gene Vincent hits..
I first heard these tracks on a Mike Raven programme on Radio 390. He had borrowed a copy of the 10" LP and played all the tracks. I still have a recording of that programme.
As a result of the interest this programme aroused the record was reissued on Ace of Hearts.
Tiny and his band made many great records for Syd at King ,where he made his best stuff, most of which could be contenders for the first Rock 'n' roll record. Charly issued a cd in their King/Federal series many moon ago, well worth seeking out, as are the others in the series.
So here's Syd Nathan again (using his favourite pseudonym "Lois Mann"). The original version of this song was a rollicking R&B version by Tiny Bradshaw and was something of an R&B hit in the early '50s. I had it at one stage on a King 78 and it really rocked. The Johnny Burnette Trio cover version eventually became a cult item and was covered by every man and his dog over the years. Presumably royalties continued to flow back to Nathan's estate via his Lois Publishing. Dunno who Howie Kay was. Probably an industry person owed a favour by Nathan.