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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
Previously released material.
Digitally remastered mono recordings.
Program notes by Joe Sasfy inserted in container.
|Description:||1 audio disc (approximately 48 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Whole lotta shakin' goin' on / Sunny David and Dave Williams ; performed by Jerry Lee Lewis --
Come go with me/ Clarence E. Quick ; performed by The Dell-Vikings --
I'm walkin' / Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew ; performed by Fats Domino --
Keep a knockin' / Richard Penniman ; performed by Little Richard --
Happy, happy birthday baby / Gilbert Lopez and Margo Sylvia ; performed by The Tune Weavers --
At the hop / Arthur Singer, John Medora and David White ; performed by Danny and the Juniors --
Wake up little Susie / Boudleaux Bryant and Felice Bryant ; performed by The Everly Brothers --
Little bitty pretty one / Robert Byrd ; performed by Thurston Harris --
C.C. Rider / Chuck Willis, performed by Willis --
Jim Dandy / Lincoln Chase ; performed by LaVern Baker --
Susie-Q / Dale Hawkins, Stanley Lewis and Eleanor Broadwater ; performed by Dale Hawkins --
Great balls of fire / Otis Blackwell and Jack Hammer ; performed by Jerry Lee Lewis --
Little darlin' / Maurice Williams ; performed by The Diamonds --
Searchin' / Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller ; performed by The Coasters --
Mr. Lee / Heather Dixon, Helen Gathers, Emma Ruth Pought, Laura Webb and Jannie Pought ; performed by the Bobbettes --
Over the mountain, across the sea / Rex Garvin ; performed by Johnnie and Joe --
Peggy Sue / Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison and Norman Petty : performed by Holly --
School day / Chuck Berry ; performed by Berry --
Young blood / Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller and Doc Pomus ; performed by The Coasters --
Party doll / Buddy Knox and Jimmy Bowen ; performed by Buddy Knox --
Short fat fannie / Larry Williams ; performed by Williams --
Could this be magic / Richard Blandon and Hiram Johnson ; performed by The Dubs.
|Other Titles:||Rock 'n' roll era.
Rock and roll era, 1957