Bo Diddley - His Greatest Sides Volume One mp3 album
The discography of American rock and roll icon Bo Diddley includes 37 singles, 24 studio albums, 24 compilation albums, 6 live albums, and several EPs. He has also appeared on 5 singles and 6 albums. Bo Diddley only had one Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and only one album charting on the Billboard 200, but Bo has achieved worldwide fame and respect as a member of the founding of rock and roll and has had his songs covered by many diverse artists. -" denotes a release that did not chart.
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Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters & Bo Diddley. The Howlin' Wolf Album. LP22,99 €. Howlin' Wolf - The Howlin' Wolf Album LP. Show all ItemsShow all. Vinyl, CD & Tape from Label.
A1 Bo Diddley A2 Pretty Thing A3 Bring It To Jerome A4 I'm A Man A5 Mona A6 Diddley Daddy A7 Diddley Daddy B1 Who Do You Love B2 Road Runner B3 Say Man B4 Bo's Bounce B5 You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover B6. Crackin' Up B7 Hey Bo Diddley.
Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters, & Bo Diddley. Super Super Blues Band (colored vinyl pressing). Checker/Jackpot, 1967. 99 1. 9 LP, Vinyl record album. LP, Vinyl record album.
Band Name Bo Diddley. Album Name Greatest Hits. Data de aparición 1987. Labels World Star Collection ? Estilo MusicalBlues Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 5. I'm a Man. 6. Pretty Thing. 9. Crackin' Up. 10. Bring It to Jerome.
The London Bo Diddley Sessions D+. His Greatest Sides, Vol. 1. The Chess Box A+. A Man Amongst Men. It might have horns, or feature his versions of the latest hits, only Bo and his producers (Pete Welding and Johnny Otis) know better than that. On the other hand, how good can a Bo Diddley record be? Unlike Chuck Berry, who must also transcend a certain musical homogeneity, Bo hasn't written a whole songbook of great.
Watch the video for Bo Diddley from Bo Diddley's His Best for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Bo Diddley" was recorded by Bo Diddley at the Universal Recording Studio in Chicago and released on the Chess Records subsidiary, Checker Records, in 1955. It became an immediate hit single that stayed on the US R&B charts for a total of 18 weeks, 2 of those weeks at It is considered to be the first recording to introduce African rhythms into rock and roll directly by using the patted juba beat. It was Bo Diddley's first recording and his first hit single. It is on Rolling Stone Magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
The London Bo Diddley Sessions. Chess. Rock and Roll: The Early Days.
|A3||Bring It To Jerome|
|A4||I'm A Man|
|B1||Who Do You Love|
|B5||You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover|
|B7||Hey Bo Diddley|
|CH-9106||Bo Diddley||His Greatest Sides: Volume One (LP, Comp)||Chess||CH-9106||US||1983|
|CH-9106||Bo Diddley||His Greatest Sides: Volume One (LP, Comp)||Chess||CH-9106||US||1984|
|CH-9106||Bo Diddley||His Greatest Sides: Volume One (LP, Comp)||Chess||CH-9106||US||Unknown|
|PEE-20089-2||Bo Diddley||His Greatest Sides Volume One (LP, Comp)||Peerless||PEE-20089-2||Mexico||1990|
|GCH 78005||Bo Diddley||His Greatest Sides: Volume One (Cass, Comp)||Chess||GCH 78005||Italy||Unknown|