Three Steps to Heaven" is a song co-written and recorded by Eddie Cochran, released in 1960. The record became a posthumous UK number-one hit for Cochran following his death in a car accident in April 1960. In the US it did not reach the Billboard Hot 100. "Three Steps To Heaven" was recorded in January 1960 and featured Buddy Holly's Crickets on instruments. The song was written by Eddie Cochran and his brother Bob Cochran.
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Album: Greatest Hits (1960). Cochran died on April 17, 1960 when a London cab he was riding in skidded off the road. This song was released about a month after his death, and while it was a huge hit in England, it was oddly ignored in Cochran's native America. A cover by the British Pop group Showaddywaddy made it to on the UK charts in 1975. More songs from Eddie Cochran. More songs that became hits after the artist died. More songs from 1960. Lyrics to Three Steps To Heaven.
Eddie Cochran 1960, 2008. Three steps to heaven - Eddie Cochran. Artist: Eddie Cochran 1960, 2008. This record made it to number 1 in the UK Chart on June 23rd 1960 and stayed there for just 2 weeks. Has been played on. Germany 273.
Artist: Eddie Cochran. Album: Three Steps to Heaven single. Three Steps to Heaven. Now there are three steps to heaven. Just listen and you will plainly see. And as life travels on and things do go wrong. Just follow steps one, two and three. Step one, you find a girl you love. Step two, she falls in love with you. Step three, you kiss and hold her tightly. Yeah that sure seems like heaven to me. The formula for heaven's very simply. Just follow the rules and you will see.
Three Steps To Heaven’ became a posthumous number-one hit in the UK for rock’n’roll pioneer Eddie Cochran, recorded shortly before his tragic passing. Published on. January 8, 2019. Take five, said, producer, Snuff Garrett at Goldstar Studios in Hollywood as Eddie Cochran, backed by the Crickets, guitarist, Sonny Curtis, Guybo Smith on bass and Jerry Allison, launched into ‘Three Steps to Heaven’, It was the first of three songs Cochran cut on 8 January 1960, ironically it was to be his last studio session as a little over three months later. Eddie was killed in a car crash in England, at Chippenham in Wiltshire. It was soon after this session that Eddie flew to Britain accompanied by his girlfriend, songwriter Sharon Sheeley, where they joined up with Gene Vincent who.
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|A||Three Steps To Heaven
Written-By – Cochran*
NotesRecording first published 1960. Recorded by Liberty, Hollywood.
|15 194||Eddie Cochran||Three Steps To Heaven (7", Single)||Liberty||15 194||Germany||1969|
|2C 006-90.108M||Eddie Cochran||Week-End (7", Single)||Liberty||2C 006-90.108M||France||Unknown|
|YDGS 4411||Eddie Cochran||Three Steps To Heaven (7")||Yesterdays Gold||YDGS 4411||Portugal||1995|