Vintage Rock 'n' Roll & Rockabilly

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EDDIE COCHRAN Bear Family DVD 20002 At Town Hall Party ● CD $29.98
DVD Black & white, 8 songs, 30 mins, highly recommended Thanks to companies like Bear Family we are now able to hear some more great and long forgotton moments in rock 'n roll history. This set features rock 'n' roll pioneer Eddie Cochran live on the legendary Southern California based TV show "Town Hall Party" in February 1959. Best known as an outlet for country performers the show, on the air from 1953 and 1960, also featured many great rock 'n' roll and rockabilly performers. Fortunately kinescopes of a number of the original shows are preserved at the Country Music Foundation which is the source of these priceless recording. Eddie is accompanied by the excellent Dick D'Agostin & The Swingers. He does eight songs including his most recent hit C'Mon Everybody (twice!), Summertime Blues and several covers including great versions of Fats Domino's Don't Blame It On Me and Chuck Berry's School Days both of which he had not recorded elsewhere. Lots of great singing and guitar playing from Eddie. There is also and interesting interview of Eddie by Johnny Bond which is several cuts above most interviews of rock 'n roll performers. (FS)

THE COLLINS KIDS Bear Family DVD 20005 At Town Hall Party ● CD $29.98
DVD The dynamic teenage duo live on 24 songs and tunes from eight different Town Hall Party shows in 1958 featuring lots of hot guitar from Larry. It also includes a guitar duet by Larry and Joe Maphis from a 1954 show.Blue Blue Day/ Make Him Behave (twice)/ High School Confidential/ Great Balls Of Fire (three times) / Chantilly Lace (four times!)/ Rock Boppin' Baby/ Shake, Rattle And Roll/ Blues Medley/ Problems and more.

BOB LUMAN Bear Family DVD 20004 At Town Hall Party ● CD $29.98
DVD 23 performances from eight different shows between September 1958 and September 1959 including several songs done more than once. Bob is mostly accompanied by the Town Hall Party gang with lead guitar chores handled by the likes of Merle Travis, Joe Maphis, Johnny Meeks and James Burton! Songs are a mix of rck 'n' roll and country - mostly covers - including Svengali (twice)/ Blue Suede Shoes/ Shake, Rattle And Roll/ Early In The Morning (twice)/ Folsom Prison Blues/ Oh Lonesome Me/ Rockin' Robin (three times)/ Itchy Twitchy Feelin (twice)/ Stagger Lee (twice)/ A Lovers Question/ I Got A Woman and more.

GENE VINCENT Bear Family DVD 20003 At Town Hall Party ● CD $29.98
DVD 14 tracks, black & white, highly recommended Gene is featured on three shows - from October, 1958 with The Bluecaps and from July and November, 1959 with Town Hall Party musicians. The first show includes the expected Be-Bop-A-Lula plus High Blood Pressure/ Dance To The Bop and others including two not recorded elsewhere - Hank Williams' You Win Again and Jerry Butler & The Impressions' For Your Precious Love and Gene does a splendid job on them reminding us what a superb and versatile singer he was. The Bluecaps are also in great form with some hot guitar from Johnny Meeks. The Town Hall musicians do a decent job accompanying Gene on Rocky Road Blues/ Be-Bop-A-Lula/ Over The Rainbow/ She She Little Sheila and others. (FS)

ANDY ANDERSON Buffalo Bop 55161 Tough Tough Tough ● CD $21.98
32 tracks recorded between 1956 and 1967 by this fine rocker from Jackson, Mississippi for Sun, Felsted, Apollo, Cougar and his own Century label. Includes many tracks not originally issued . It includes four versions of his most famous song Johnny Valentine - three of them unissued demos. Plus I Got Me A Woman/ I Love You/ You Shake Me Up/ They Call It The Blues/ Chop Suey/ Gimme A Lock A Yo Hair/ Without Your Love/ My Babe/ I Missed A Lot In You/ So Long I'm Gone and more. Includes 12 page booklet with notes, rare photos and full discography.

DAVE APPELL & THE APPLEJACKS Sparkeltone 99016 The Rock And Roll Story ● CD $21.98
31 tracks recorded between 1954 and 1963 by this group from Philadelphia. Personally, I find Appell's non-threatening night club approach to rock 'n roll unlistenable but if you care this set includes The Rock And Roll Story/ Hony Bunch/ Sweet Patootie Pie/ Teenage Meeting/ Ookey Ook/ Reunion/ Applejack/ Mexican Hat Rock/ Chitter Chatter Baby and others.

FREDDY FENDER Arhoolie 9038 Rock 'n Roll ● CD $9.98
12 tracks, 29 min, recommended Before he settled on being Freddy Fender, Baldemar Huerta tried a few names including Eddie Medina. This LP of Spanish-language rock 'n' roll was done as Eddie con Los Shades, as he was still under contract to Falcon under his real name. This reissues Ideal 109 from '61 with original artwork (that's a silhouette of Archie & Veronica dancing!) These tunes are all listed as originals (though there's a few "familiar" sounding tunes - (Desde Que Consoco = Since I Met You Baby) & includes two early hits, Acapulco Rock & Que Mala. (GM)

FREDDY FENDER Arhoolie 9039 Interpreta El Rock! ● CD $9.98
12 tracks, 25 min, recommended Long before there was Rock En Espaniol, there was Freddy Fender, cutting the 1st Spanish language rock 'n' roll. This is a reissue of Ideal 136 with a dozen rockers done for Ideal Records approx '61. Includes Si Si Rider/ Corina-Corina, as well as versions of What'd I Say (Vamos A Bailar)/ Slippin' & Slidin' (El Borracho)/ You Better Move On (Tuve Un Amor)/ I Know (Ya No)/ Rip It Up (Bailindo El Rock & Roll), even an instrumental (Rock No. 5). (GM)

GLEN GLENN Bear Family BCD 16671 Glen Rocks ● CD $24.98
25 track collection featuring at least one take of all the sides recorded by this outstanding California rockabilly artist for Era and Dore between 1955 and 1964. In spite of the high quality of his recordings very few were originally issued and most have gradually emerged on LP and CD over the years. The earlier sides are particularly fine rockabilly with hot guitar from Gary Lambert - the later tracks are a bit more pop oriented. Includes incredible 64 page booklet with extensive notes, rare photographs and other memorabilia and a detailed discography.
GLEN GLENN: Baby, Let's Play House/ Be-bop-a-lula/ Blue Jeans And A Boys Shirt/ Blue Jeans And A Boys Shirt (alt)/ Don't You Love Me/ Everybody's Movin'/ Everybody's Movin' (alt)/ Goofin' Around/ Hold Me Baby/ I Didn't Have The Sense To Go/ I'll Never Stop Loving You/ I'm Glad My Baby's Gone Away/ If I Had Me A Woman/ It Rains, Rain/ Jack And Jill Boogie/ John Henry/ Kitty Cat/ Laurie Ann/ One Cup Of Coffee And A Cigarette/ One Cup Of Coffee And A Cigarette (alt)/ Suzie Green From Abilene/ That's All Right – Kathaleen/ Would Ya/ Would Ya (alt)

NEIL SEDAKA Bear Family BCD 16535 Oh Carol - The Complete Recordings, 1956-1966 ● CD $209.98
8-CD box set with hardcover book. This set includes everything from Sedaka's first ultra-rare Melba session to the end of his RCA contract in 1966. Includes 15 unissued masters and many of the RCA sides are issued in true stereo for the first time. Includes all his foreign language recordings in German, Henrew, Italian, Japanese and Spanish as well as his Christmas and New Years greetings, station breaks, a message to his Japanese fans and movie tracks!

CONWAY TWITTY Bear Family BCD 16670 Conway Rocks ● CD $24.98
30 tracks, 69 mins, highly recommended
Fine collection featuring some of Conway's best rock 'n roll cuts recorded between 1956 and 1964 for Sun, Mercury, MGM and ABC. Some duplication with RPM 246 issued a while back but quite a few tracks are not readily available elsewhere except on Bear Family's 8 CD box set ("The Rock 'n' Roll Years" BCD 16112 - $169.98). Includes It's Only Make Believe/ Rock House/ Shake It Up/Don't You Know/ Teasin'/ Hey Little Lucy/ Hey Miss Ruby/ She's Mine/ Pretty Eyed Baby/ Lonely Blue Boy/ Tell Me One More Time/ It's Driving Me Wild/ Platinum High School/ Such A Night/ My Babe and more. Handsomely packaged in digipack with 36 page booklet with loads of rare photos and full discographical information. (FS)

VARIOUS ARTISTS Ace CDCHD 980 Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll - Novelty Edition ● CD $21.98
30 tracks, 80 mins, highly recommended There have been quite a few collections of novelty rockers issued but no-one does this sort of thing better than Ace with this collection of 30 novelty tracks that reached the top 100 in the 50s and early 60s, all newly remastered from original master tapes with a 32 page booklet with detailed information on all this insanity. The music ranges from the silly (Yogi by The Ivy Three) to the witty (Russian Bandstand by Spencer & Spencer) to the pointless (Witch Doctor by David Seville) to the bizarre (Delicious! by Jim Backus & Friend) to the sick (I Want My Baby Back by Jimmy Cross) to the demented(They're Coming To Take Me Away,Ha-Haa! by Napoleon XIV). And of course you also get Martian Hop/ Baby Sittin' Boogie/ Ape Call/ Long Tall Texan/ The Purple People Eater/ Rip Van Winkle/ Beep Beep/ The Mummy and loads more. Lots of fun that will bring back lots of memories. (FS)
JIM BACKUS & FRIEND: Delicious!/ BUCHANAN & GOODMAN: The Flying Saucer Part 1/ BUZZ CLIFFORD: Baby Sittin' Boogie/ JIMMY CROSS: I Want My Baby Back/ JOHNNY CYMBAL: Mr. Bass Man/ THE DETERGENTS: Leader of the Laundromat/ THE DEVOTIONS: Rip Van Winkle/ THE DYNA-SORES: Alley-Oop/ THE FIVE BLOBS: The Blob/ THE FOUR PREPS: More Money For You and Me/ STAN FREBERG: The Old Payola Roll Blues Side 1/ BOBBY HENDRICKS: Psycho/ BRIAN HYLAND: Itsy Bitsy Tennie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini/ THE IVY THREE: Yogi/ MURRY KELLUM: Long Tall Texan/ LINDA LAURIE: Ambrose Part 5/ BARRY MANN: Who Put the Bomp (In the Bomp Bomp Bomp)/ BOB MCFADDEN & DOR: The Mummy/ NAPOLEON XIV: They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha-Haa!/ NERVOUS NORVUS: Ape Call/ THE PLAYMATES: Beep Beep/ THE RAN-DELLS: Martian Hop/ DAVID SEVILLE: Witch Doctor/ GENE SIMMONS: Haunted House/ SPENCER & SPENCER: Russian Band Stand/ CONNIE STEVENS: Kookie, Kookie (Lend Me Your Comb)/ RAY STEVENS: Ahab, The Arab/ JESSE LEE TURNER: The Little Space Girl/ LARRY VERNE: Mr. Custer/ SHEB WOOLEY: The Purple People Eater

VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family 16348 Real Gone Aragon, Vol. 1- Roots, Rockers & Rockabillies ● CD $21.98
Rare Canadian rock and roll and rockabilly recorded in the 50s and 60s for Al Reusch's Aragon label in Vancouver. Includes Keray Regan, Bob Regan, Jimmy Morrison & The Stripes, Evan Kemp's Trail Riders, The Vantones and many more.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 16607 The Drugstore's Rockin', Vol. 2 ● CD $24.98
26 more tracks of teen rock 'n' roll. Includes four previously unissued tracks.
MILTON ALLEN: It's Simply Grand/ LEON ASHLEY: Teen Age Angel/ DORSEY BURNETTE: Circle Rock/ RIC CARTEY: Young Love/ CHUCK & BILL (THE KENTUCKIANS): I Wanna Move A Little Closer/ JACK CLEMENT: The Edge Of Town/ JACKIE DEE: I Need Lovin' (previously Unissued)/ JIM EDWARDS: Your Love Is A Good Love/ MELVIN ENDSLEY: Keep A Lovin' Me Baby/ BILLY HARLAN: This Lonely Man (previously Unissued)/ AUTRY INMAN: Teenage Wonderland/ SONNY JAMES: Let's Make Up (previously Unissued)/ HOYT JOHNSON: My Special Girl/ THE LANE BROTHERS: Uh Uh Honey/ CURTIS LEE: Pretty Little Angel Eyes/ BOBBY LILE: This Love/ JOHN D. LOUDERMILK: Language Of Love/ JANIS MARTIN: Drugstore Rock 'n' Roll/ Love And Kisses/ DAVE RICH: Rosie Let's Get Cozy/ FLOYD ROBINSON: Out Of Gas/ SAMMY SALVO: Oh Julie/ JACK SCOTT: Looking For Linda/ THE SPROUTS: Goodbye She's Gone/ TOMMY TUCKER: Everybody's Wrong (previously Unissued)/ UNIDENTIFIED: Everything's Just Right For You And Me (previously Unissued)

VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 16608 The Drugstore's Rockin', Vol. 3 ● CD $24.98
26 tracks from the 50s and early 60s.
THE CRICKETS: Playboy/ Right Or Wrong/ BARRY DEVORZON: Across The Street From Your House/ Hey Little Darlin'/ JOE DOWELL: Bridge Of Love/ BOBBY EDWARDS: Here's My Heart/ Someone New/ JOHNNY FALLIN: If I Could Write A Love Song/ NICK GREENE: My Lovin' Baby/ BONNIE GUITAR: Half Your Heart/ Love Is Over, Love Is Done/ JUDD HAMILTON: Dream/ DWAYNE HICKMAN: School Dance/ KENNY LORAN: One More Record Please/ Sugar In A Kiss/ JANIS MARTIN: Drugstore Rock 'n' Roll/ NED MILLER: Do What You Do, Do Well/ Just Before Dawn/ LOUIS PRIMA: Buona Sera/ MARV & PATTY RAINWATER: Two Fools In Love/ JOHNNY ROSE: The Last One To Know/ With A Kiss/ HOKE SIMPSON: I Finally Found You/ EARL SINKS: House Of Blue Lights/ Maggie/ RONNY TOTH: Someone Like You

VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 16609 Memphis Belles - The Women Of Sun Records ● CD $169.98
We didn't list this when it first came out. This six CD set with 120 page book features just about all the recordings made by women country and rock 'n' roll singers for Sun Records. It includes Barbara Pittman, Charlotte Smith, The Miller Sisters, Linda Gail Lewis, Wanda Ballamn, The Kirby Sisters, Patsy Holcomb and many others. Includes many unissued songs, alternate takes and demos.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Bear Family BCD 16678 The Drugstore's Rockin', Vol. 4 ● CD $24.98
SAM BUTERA: Bim Bam/ THE CRICKETS: April Avenue/ Rave On/ BARRY DEVORZON: Lindy Lou/ Penny Moved Away/ BOBBY EDWARDS: Don't Pretend/ I Fell And Broke My Heart/ JOHNNY FALLIN: Left Out/ NICK GREENE: Later For You Baby/ BONNIE GUITAR: I Found You Out/ Johnny Vagabond/ BILL HAYES: Uh Hugh, Oh Yeah Bear16678/ DWAYNE HICKMAN: Countin' All The Raindrops/ KENNY LORAN: Magic Star/ Mama's Little Baby Loves Rock 'n' Roll/ BOBBY LOUIS: Love At First Sight/ JANIS MARTIN: Drugstore Rock 'n' Roll/ NED MILLER: From A Jack To A King/ Two Voices, Two Shadows, Two Faces/ MARV & PATTY RAINWATER: Can I Count On Your Love/ JOHNNY ROSE: Choir Girl/ Linda Lea/ EARL SINKS: Shake 'em Up (and Let 'em Roll)/ This Weird Sensation/ BILL TORRIE: If You Let Me/ LEROY VAN DYKE: Walk On By

VARIOUS ARTISTS Buffalo Bop 55162 Ice Cold ● CD $21.98
After a bit of a hiatus Buffalo Bop are back with another four compilations of fine and rare rockabilly and rock 'n' roll from the 50s and early 60s. Although it's getting harder to find tracks from that era that haven't been reissued before, the good folks at Buffalo Bop have managed to pick titles that are mostly not readily available elsewhere. All of discs have that distinctive Buffalo Bop artwork and come with a booklet with artist photos and label shots but no notes.
ANDY ANDERSON: Tough Tough Tough/ RONNIE BRENT: Shirley Ann/ THE CHAPARRALS: Poor Gal/ Sweet Lies/ JACKIE CLARK: Pajama Party/ Walkie Talkie/ JODY DANIEL: "Miss Secretary”/ THE DAZZLERS: Gee Whiz/ Somethin’ Baby/ CHUCK DOCKERY: Let’s Dance/ Rock While We Ride/ THE DOTSON BROTHERS: My Baby/ BOBBY EVERHART (guitar BUD DAVIS): Little Girl/ THE FLAMES: Letti Lu/ Making Time/ ROCKY JONES: Mule Skinner Blues/ MARLON "MADMAN” MITCHELL AND THE ROCKETEERS: Bermuda Shorts/ Ice Cold Baby/ MELVIN MORRIS: Heartaches Of A Love Untrue/ DON MURPHY: Mean Mama Blues/ EDDIE McGLIN: She’s My Queen/ BOBBY PAGE: Hippy-Ti-Yo/ RORAY REID WITH HIS HONKY TONK BAND: Mad Lovin’/ REX & HERB: Come Back Big Bertha/ THE ROYAL DRIFTERS: Da Kind/ SONNY STEELE: Mine, Mine, Mine/ Sweet Ways About You/ THE TRAVELERS: Teen Age Machine Age/ TOM WAYNE: Ruth Ann

VARIOUS ARTISTS Buffalo Bop 55163 Tough Dolls ● CD $21.98
This volume is devoted to female rockers and features 30 tracks.
THE ACORN SISTERS: Real Gone/ CAROLYN BENNETT: So Sad To Bad/ BERNADETTE: The Slosh/ PRISCILLA BOWMAN: A Spare Man/ LINDA CARR AND THE IMPOSSIBLES: Happy Teenager/ COLLEEN CARSON: Going Going Gone/ DONNA DARLENE: You’re Not Doin’ Me Right/ FAY DARLING: Funny Bunny/ TERRY DEAN: Dream Boy (Oh, Oh, Oh)/ JODIE DECKER: Heartbreak Joe/ COLLEEN FRAZIER: You’re Mama’s Here/ CAROLYN GABBARD: Indian Rock/ CECI JULIAN: Rock Right/ JAN LAWHON: A Lot To Learn About Love/ BELLA LEE: Two Timin’ Man/ LOIS LEE: I’ve Got It Bad For You Baby/ LINDA LEIGH AND THE TREASURE TONES: My Guy/ MARGARET LEWIS: Birmingham Valley Blues/ LORELEI LYNN: Rock ‘A’ Bop/ BETTY MARIE: Blue Smoke/ EMMY ORO: A Fish House Function (For A Cross Eyed Cat Named Sam)/ BUNNY PAUL: History/ Sweet Talk/ SANDRA PETERS: Rock Away My Blues/ CAROLE RILEY: Cadillac Lover/ NORMA SHEARER: Tonight’s The Night/ DORIE SUDDUTH: You’re No Good For Me/ SYLVIA JEAN: No No (Twist)/ VICKY VAUGHN: Love Fever/ FANCINE YORK (with D. DALE): The Enlistment Twist

VARIOUS ARTISTS Buffalo Bop 55164 Strictly Instrumental, Vol. 7 ● CD $21.98
30 instrumental rarities.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Buffalo Bop 55165 Fear ● CD $21.98
30 more rockin' rarities.
THE (ORIGINAL) RHYTHM ROCKERS: Oh! Oh! Honey/ DAVEY BEE AND THE SONICS: Linda Lee/ BOB & JOE: Suzie-Q (I-L-O-V-E-U)/ BILL BODAFORD AND THE ROCKETS: Little Girl/ JOHNNY CAVALIER AND THE KEYNOTES: Knock Off The Rock/ Rock’n Chair Roll/ SKIP CODY: Feets Too Big/ VILAS CRAIG AND THE KOLLEGE KINGS: Spring Fever/ AL DEAN & HIS ALL STARS: Fragile Heart/ THE EXCELS: Let’s Dance/ JOHNNY FAY AND THE BLAZERS: Sweet Linda Brown/ JOHNNIE FULLER: All Night Long/ DON HOPKINS: Tiddley – Diddley/ MAYNARD HORLICK: The Ivy League Look/ DANNY HOWARD: Two Lonely Weeks/ JERRY JAYE: How Could You Lose Your Trust In Me/ Sugar Dumplin’/ JEFF AND P.J.: My Fragile Heart/ BUTCH MCCLARY: Rock ’n’ Hall/ THE PREMIERS: True Deep Love/ JOEY PRESTON: All Those Lies/ DAVID RAY: Lonesome Feeling/ ROGER & THE MARKEES: Liza Lee/ Million Dollar Baby/ THE RUSSELL BROTHERS: Cupid/ MIKE RYAN AND THE TEEN - TONES: Hurtin’ And Cryin’/ GARY SHELTON: The Trance/ DAVID RAY SMITH: Jitterbugging Baby/ JAMES WALLIS: Sheet Board Down/ HERBERT WOOLFOLK: Strength Of Love

VARIOUS ARTISTS Chopper 5004 Coast To Coast, Vol. 1 - Rockabilly ● CD $16.98
Available again. 30 track collection of 50s rockabilly. Some great sides with good sound though 90% of these tracks are also on various Buffalo Bop collections and the remaining 10% are on Collector. Still, every track is a killer and it includes sides by Jimmy Patton, Jimmy Ford, Jerry Parsons, Melvin Blake, The darts, Link Jeffries, Jimmy Sysum, Stan Johnson, Jimmy Wayne, Ricky Coyne, Don's Rockers, Cutis Lee, Harold Shutters, Don Head, Curtis Lee, etc.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Chopper 5028 Coast To Coast, Vol. 2 - Rockabilly ● CD $16.98
Like the first volume every track is truly hot rockabilly though all of them have been out before on Buffalo Bop or Collector. Includes Jimmy Patton, Jimmy Ford, Jerry Parsons, Melvin Blake, The Darts, Link Jeffries, Jimmy Sysum, Warren Miller, Stan Johnson, Jimmy Wayne, Ricky Coyne, Don's Rockers, Curtis Lee, Harold Shutters, Don Head, Groovey Joe Poovey and others.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Eagle 90207 Cool Off Baby ● CD $21.98
30 great rockabilly rarities though most have been out before on Buffalo Bop or Collector - still this is a particularly fine selection with no duds. Include the classic title song by Billy Barrix , Jimmy Stayton's terrific You're Gonna Treat Me Right plus other fine sides by Bill Pollard, Cliff Lee & The Rhythm Kings (a fine rockin' treatment of Hank Snow's Golden Rocket), The Blankenship Brothers, Jackie Gotroe, Val Volk & The Matched Aces, Johnny Garmon & the Shadows, The Sabres, Bobby Roberts (the ferocious Big Sandy), Rick Rickels, Doug Clayton and others

VARIOUS ARTISTS Romulan UFOX 027 Girls In The Garage Volume 9 ● CD $15.98
The latest in this series is a charming, if rather brief, collection of female rock 'n' roll from Asia in the 60s. 12 tracks - mostly covers of British and American hits - some in English - some in the artists native language. Songs include Kung See, Kung See, Let's Be Happy/ Hanky Panky (two different versions!)/ Love Potion #9/ If You Ever Go/ I'd Like To Go/ My Boy Lollipop, etc. Groups include Penny Lee & The Silverstones, Lara & The Trailers, Rita Chao, Naomi & The Boys and others.

VARIOUS ARTISTS Teen 6081 Let's Go Rocking At The High School Hop ● CD $16.98
Reissue of old LP. 18 tracks.
STAN BEAVER: I Got A Rocket In My Pocket/ JAMIE COE: Summertime Symphony/ BOBBY COMSTOCK: Tennessee Waltz/ LEE DENSON: High School Hop/ STEVE DREXEL: Dance To The Bop/ DON FRENCH: Little Blond Girl/ COLIN HICKS: Sexy Rock/ BRISTOW HOPPER: Hate That Bear/ HOWIE & THE CRYSTALS: Rockin' Hall/ JIMMY HUGHES: Lollipops, Lace & Lipstick/ ANDY MARTIN: Record Hop Tonight/ THE OUTLAWS: Ain't Got No Home/ THE ROCKIN' CHAIRS: Come On Baby/ GARY SHELTON: Honey Bee/ LEON SMITH: Flip Flop & Fly/ JIMMY STARR: Gonna Take An Express Train/ GARY STITES: Gloria Lee/ DOUG WARREN: Around Midnight

VARIOUS ARTISTS Teen 6082 Let's Go Rocking At The High School Hop Again ● CD $16.98
16 50's rock'n'roll tunes with the usual European eclectic selection, a mixture of rockin' doo wop, jivers, rockabilly, country boppers, etc. Chubby Checker opens with a real good dance tune, Schooldays Schooldays. Other highlights include The Impacts - Bobby Sox Squaw , a rockin' vocal group number, Warner Mack's Someone Somewhere, Wink Martindale's All Love Broke Loose helped immensely by a great 'clock tickin' rhythm', the classic Long Long Ponytail by The Fireballs, Yes You Do by Trini Lopez back when he thought he was the next Richie Valens, or at least Chan Romero. More good 'uns from Mel Tillis, Mack Vickery, Jim Alley, etc. (AE)
JIM ALLEY: The Great Pretender/ BENNY BARNES: You Gotta Play/ CHUBBY CHECKER: Schooldays, Schooldays/ FABIAN: Suzie/ THE FIREBALLS: Long Long Ponitail/ EARL HENRY: What'cha Gonna Do/ THE IMPACTS: Bobby Sox Squaw/ TRINI LOPEZ: Yes You Do/ WARNER MACK: Someone Somewhere/ WINK MARTINDALE: All Love Broke Loose/ BUDD MCCOY: The Ringin' & Swingin'/ CLINT MILLER: Teenage Dance/ BILLY RANDALL: Bye Bye Teacher/ MEL TILLIS: Jukebox Man/ MACK VICKERY: High School Blues/ JERRY WALLACE: With This Ring


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