Various - Ace Records Presents The History Of New Orleans Rock 'N' Roll - Volume IV mp3 album
- Performer: Various
- Title: Ace Records Presents The History Of New Orleans Rock 'N' Roll - Volume IV
- Genre: Jazz / Funk / Blues
- Formats: APE RA WMA AHX AA VOX AIFF
- Released: 1984
- Style: Piano Blues, Delta Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Dixieland, Louisiana Blues
- MP3 album: 1750 mb
- FLAC album: 1466 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 469
Design – Danny Daimwood. Made especially for Louisiana World's Fair, New Orleans, La. May 12, 1984 to Nov. 11, 1984.
Toronto Rock 'n' Roll Revival 1969, Volume IV is a live album of the Alice Cooper Band. Due to the fact that the recording is owned by a private party, it is unauthorized but not a bootleg. It features Alice Cooper's infamous chicken-throwing performance at the Toronto Rock and Roll Revival festival at Varsity Stadium in Toronto on September 13, 1969 and showcases the early psychedelic music style of Cooper and his band in support of their very first album release, Pretties for You.
With The Golden Age Of Rock'n'Roll, Ace Records had a simple aim - to assemble the best series of US Hot 100 hits (from 1954 -1963, pre UK invasion) ever in catalogue. Among the gems on Volume 4 are Gary .
Featured New Releases. The Heartbeat of New Orleans Rock 'n' Roll.
Listen free to Various Artists – The Beginning of Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 4 (I Don't Care If the Sun Don't Shine, Low Down Dog and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. A new version of Last. The Beginning of Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 4. Play album. Go to artist profile.
Volume 3 maintains the standards of the earlier ones with a healthy mixture of big hits and some from lower chart positions. The collection leads off with three Top Three songs: Bill Parsons’ ‘All American Boy’, Wilbert Harrison’s ‘Kansas City’ and Jack Scott’s ‘My True Love’, one of the most authentic sounding US hits to make the UK Top 10 with its almost classical doo wop arrangement. Phil Spector’s first group, the Teddy Bears, almost topped our chart, as it had done in the States, with ‘To Know Him Is To Love Him’. Anyone with the first Four Seasons album will recognise ‘La Dee Dah’ from Billy & Lillie and ‘The Girl In My Dreams’ by the Cliques, who were Eugene Church and Jesse Belvin in disguise. A wonderful doo wop track that never got a UK issue at the time is ‘Lover's Island’ from the Blue Jays, now rated very highly along with the Mello-Kings’ ‘Tonite, Tonite’.
The first four years of the Bihari brothers’ last major imprint. 30 of the tracks or takes make their CD debut. Following our recent 2CD overview of Flair’s R&B releases and two double CDs embracing the RPM label’s output, we’re temporarily skipping over the parent Modern label to turn a spotlight on Kent, which replaced the Bihari Brothers’ earlier imprints in 1958 and outlasted them by several years. Unlock The Lock: The Kent Story, Volume 1 covers the first four years of the label’s life. left Kent in late 1961 (save for the contractual obligation session in 1964 that brought him back to cut ‘Rock Me Baby’) the Biharis filled his position as their flagship artist with successful 45s by his peer Lowell Fulson and upcoming blues-tinged Texan soul man Arzell . Hear them and many others in the not too distant future on The Kent Records Story, Volume 2. Tony Rounce.
In stock now for same day shipping. Mercy Baby - "Silly Dilly Woman". Frankie Ford - "Roberta". 5. Eddie o - "I Love To Rock & Roll". 6. Bobby Marchain - "Rockin' Behind The Iron Curtain". 7. The Blue Dots - "Please Don't Tell 'Em". Jimmy Clanton & His Rocket - "I Trusted You". 22. Big Boy Myles - "New Orleans". 23. Joe & Ann - "Curiosity".
No volume of the Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll series is more essential than any other one. All have a good range of styles, and a mix of big and small hits, and all are worth acquiring if you want to build a serious rock & roll collection. 44% OFF. History of Rock (10-CD Set) TOP 10 Bestseller.
Interpret: Joe Tex. Album titlle: New Orleans Rock & Roll (LP). Geschwindigkeit 33 U/min. King Records pacted him in 1955, his stage name reflecting his Lone Star home turf. Despite terrific rockers for King and Ace and a handful of 45s for Detroit's Anna Records, Tex was treading water until well after Killen came into his life. After Hold What You've Got, Joe scored a raft of Dial smashes confirming Killen's faith in him. - Bill Dahl -. Various - Sweet Soul Music. Various - Sweet Soul Music 30 Scorching Classics From 1965.
|A1||–Huey Smith*||High Blood Pressure|
|A3||–Dr. John||Morgus Magnificent|
|A4||–Eddie Bo||I'll Keep On Trying|
|A5||–Jimmy Clanton||I Trusted You|
|A6||–The Clowns||Don' You Know Yackomo|
|A7||–Huey Smith* / Thomas Brothers||Popeye|
|A8||–Joe Tex||Grannie Stole The Show|
|B1||–Earl King||A Mother's Love|
|B2||–Piano Red||Right String, Wrong Yo-Yo|
|B3||–Dr. John / Jimmy Clanton||C. C. Rider|
|B4||–Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns||At The Mardis Gras|
|B5||–Chuck Carbo||I Got You|
|B6||–Frankie Ford / Red Tyler Band*||Chinatown|
|B7||–Piano Red||Dr. Feel Good|
|B8||–Dr. John / Jerry Byrnes*||You Fallen In Love|
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