Various - Then Came Rock 'N' Roll album flac
Features Song Lyrics for Johnny Burnette's Then Came Rock ‘n’ Roll album.
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05. Rock 'n' Roll Telephone. 06. Punch a Hole in the Sky.
タイル: Rock & Roll.
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It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)" is the lead single from English rock band the Rolling Stones' 1974 album It's Only Rock 'n Roll.
And rock & roll as an American musical form is very much like a delta, collecting elements from jazz, blues, country, gospel, R&B, show tunes, and whatever else was floating around into a high-charged, rambunctious music that defined and drove pop culture across the backwaters of the 20th century and into the 21st. where rock & roll began isn't exactly answered here, this set makes for a fascinating tour through some wonderfully cool and classic stuff like Amos Milburn's rollicking "Chicken Shack Boogie," Tampa Red's desperately frantic "It's Tight Like That" (from 1927), and Les Paul and Mary Ford's timelessly amazing "How High the Moon," the first single in the.
Rock & roll is nothing but rhythm & blues, he responded with characteristic candor, and we’ve been playing it for years down in New Orleans. This is a valid statement: All Fifties rockers, black and white, country born and city bred, were fundamentally influenced by R&B, the black popular music of the late Forties and early Fifties. R&B was a catchall rubric for the sound of everything from stomping Kansas City swing bands to New York street-corner vocal groups to scrappy Delta and Chicago blues bands . On top of all this came a series of mishaps in the careers of some of rock’s leading lights. The army and Colonel Parker conspired to make Elvis safe. Chuck Berry was busted and spent time in jail.
So yeah, I wasn’t born when this album came out. Not even close. Axl in nothing but bike shorts and a bandana, Slash never NOT ripping a dart, and Duff/Adler/Izzy looking like they just came off a 12 night bender on Sunset Boulevard, having never showered ever.
|A1||–Little Richard||Tutti Frutti|
|A2||–Buddy Holly||That'll Be The Day|
|A3||–Fats Domino||Blueberry Hill|
|A4||–Bobby Vee||Take Good Care Of My Baby|
|A5||–The Ventures||Walk Don't Run|
|A6||–Gene Vincent||Say Mama|
|A7||–Everly Brothers||Bird Dog|
|A8||–Chuck Berry||Sweet Little Sixteen|
|A9||–Eddie Cochran||Somethin' Else|
|B1||–Bill Haley And His Comets||Rock Around The Clock|
|B2||–Fats Domino||I'm Walkin'|
|B3||–Buddy Holly||Oh Boy|
|B4||–The Crickets||Please Don't Ever Change|
|B5||–Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers||Why Do Fools Fall In Love?|
|B6||–Gene Vincent||Be Bop A Lula|
|B7||–Eddie Cochran||Summertime Blues|
|B8||–Johnny Burnette||You're Sixteen|
|B9||–Bobby Vee||Rubber Ball|
|C1||–Eddie Cochran||C'mon Everybody|
|C2||–Fats Domino||Ain't That A Shame|
|C3||–The Johnny Otis Show||Willie And The Hand Jive|
|C4||–Chuck Berry||Memphis Tennessee|
|C6||–Johnny & The Hurricanes*||Red River Rock|
|C7||–Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers||Juvenile Delinquent|
|C8||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On|
|D1||–Danny & The Juniors||At The Hop|
|D2||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Great Balls Of Fire|
|D3||–Buddy Holly||Peggy Sue|
|D5||–Eddie Cochran||Three Steps To Heaven|
|D6||–Fats Domino||Blue Monday|
|D7||–Gene Vincent||Blue Jean Bop|
|D8||–Chuck Berry||Johnny B. Goode|
|D9||–Little Richard||Good Golly Miss Molly|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
- Record Company – EMI Records Ltd.
- Printed By – Robert Stace
- Pressed By – EMI Records
- Artwork [Drawings] – Neil Clayden
- Compiled By – Tony Wadsworth
- Design, Art Direction – Cream
- Management [Project Development] – Charles Webster
- Mastered By – Boppin' Bob*
- Sleeve Notes – Adam Komorowski
NotesIssued in a gatefold sleeve.
Entered the UK album chart on the 26/05/1984 @ No 46
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5099926005430
- Other (Date sleeve printed, company): GO 8405 RS
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, A-side, stamped): THEN 2600541 A-1U-1- 16
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, stamped): THEN 2600541 B-1U-1- 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, C-side, stamped): THEN 2600551 A-1U-1- 2 1 1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, D-side, stamped): THEN 2600551 B-1U-1- 2 1 3
- Matrix / Runout (Runouts, A to D, etched): BOPPIN' BOB
|THEN 26 0054||Various||Then Came Rock 'N' Roll (2xLP, Comp, Mono)||EMI||THEN 26 0054||UK||1984|
|TC-THEN 1||Various||Then Came Rock 'N' Roll (2xCass, Comp)||EMI||TC-THEN 1||UK||1984|
|180 7962971||Various||Then Came Rock 'N' Roll (2xLP, Comp)||Hispavox||180 7962971||Spain||1991|
|SATHEN (L) 1||Various||Then Came Rock 'N' Roll (LP, Comp)||EMI||SATHEN (L) 1||South Africa||1984|
|180 79 6297 1||Various||Then Came Rock 'N' Roll (2xLP, Comp)||Hispavox||180 79 6297 1||Spain||1991|