ALTERNATE TAKE - Wynn Stewart moved to Jackpot, a short-live subsidiary of Challenge Records. His first release for the label embraced the contemporary Rock'n'Roll sounds just the same way other Country artists had done before. However, Wynn Stewart did not hide his name behind any alias, like Buck Owens or George Jones did when they made some Rockin' cuts as Corky Jones and Thumper Jones, respectively.
"Come On" (an alt. version is included on this record) and "School Bus Love Affair" were both written by Wynn himself but, while the first is a great piece of late 50s Rockabilly, the second found inspiration in the Pop-orientated songs that were selling records in 1958.
Slowly But Surely