In 1975, Arista Records released the LP Guitar Man after Duane Eddy's surprise hit on the U.K. charts, Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar. Of course the album included the hit single, but there was also a cover of the Fifth Dimension's 1972 hit (Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All. Not much surprise there either as the same gentleman, Tony Macaulay, wrote both songs and was the producer of both Guitar Man and the Fifth Dimension hit.
Guitar Man featured both straight instrumentals and songs with a vocal group, much in the vein of Eddy's 1963 hit for RCA Victor, (Dance with the) Guitar Man. Below is the MP3 of Eddy's cover of (Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All, taken from the original vinyl.
(Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All
And for those of you who like to watch, here's Duane doing Play Me Like You Play Your Guitar on the BBC's Top of the Pops program.
Guitar Man was released on CD in 2009 by the British company Beat Goes On. It contained two bonus tracks, vocals that Duane Eddy had recorded and that were released as a single by CBS in the U.K. The CD is now out of print, but apparently is still available from the record company.
Eddy is enjoying a resurgence of late. In 2011, he released a new album, Road Trip, on both CD and vinyl in the U.K. It is available in the U.S. as an import. Or you can opt for the much cheaper digital download. Click here for details.