Rock, rhythm, and doo wop the greatest songs from early rock 'n' roll

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Rock, rhythm, and doo wop the greatest songs from early rock 'n' roll
2001
Corporate Authors: 
Danny & the Juniors
Place Published: 
Los Angeles, CA
Publisher: 
Rhino
ISBN: 
0737902213
Edition: 
Description: 
3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Notes: 
Selections originally released 1956-1967.
Compact discs; 3 containers.
Program notes by Bill Dahl (62 p. : ill.) laid in.
At the hop (Danny & the Juniors) -- Twist and shout (the Isley Brothers) -- True, fine mama (Little Richard) -- Little darlin' (the Diamonds) -- He's so fine (the Chiffons) -- Everyday (Buddy Holly) -- Come go with me (the Dell-Vikings) -- Remember then (the Earls) -- A lover's question (Clyde McPhatter) -- Runaround Sue (Dion & the Belmonts) -- Ooby dooby (Roy Orbison and Teen Kings) -- The loco-motion (Little Eva) -- Peppermint twist, part 1 (Joey Dee & the Starliters) -- Palisades Park (Freddy Cannon) -- Leader of the pack (the Shangri-Las) -- Let's hang on! (the 4 Seasons) -- Daddy's home (Shep & the Limelites) -- Johnny Angel (Shelly Fabares) -- Cathy's clown (the Everly Brothers) -- Tell him (the Exciters) -- Since I fell for you (Lenny Welch) -- Last kiss (J. Frank Wilson & the Cavaliers) -- Do you love me (the Contours) -- Shimmy, shimmy, ko-ko-bop (Little Anthony & the Imperials) -- It's my party (Lesley Gore) -- Mother-in- law (Ernie K-Doe) -- Come softly to me (the Fleetwoods) -- My prayer (the Platters) -- Honeycomb (Jimmie Rodgers) -- Mack the Knife (Bobby Darin) -- Sea of love (Phil Phillips with the Twilights) -- Hello stranger (Barbara Lewis) -- (Just like) Romeo and Juliet (the Reflections) -- Then you can tell me goodbye (the Casinos) -- My own true love (the Duprees) -- Stay (Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs) -- Little star (the Elegants) -- I've told every little star (Linda Scott) - - Tossin' and turnin' (Bobby Lewis) -- The lion sleeps tonight (the Tokens) -- Take good care of my baby (Bobby Vee) -- Will you love me tomorrow (the Shirelles) -- Cara, mia (Jay & the Americans) -- 1-2-3 (Len Barry) -- Over and over (Bobby Day) -- What'd I say (part 1) (Ray Charles) -- Once in awhile (the Chimes) -- Sea cruise (Frankie Ford) -- Donna (Richie Valens) -- Those oldies but goodies (remind me of you) (Little Caesar & the Romans) -- Since I met you baby (Ivory Joe Hunter) -- Over the mountain, across the sea (Johnnie & Joe) -- He will break your heart (Jerry Butler) -- For your love (Ed Townsend) -- All I have to do is dream (the Everly Brothers) -- Handy man (Jimmy Jones) -- Up on the roof (the Drifters) -- Hold me, thrill me, kiss me (Mel Carter) -- Runaway (Del Shannon) -- Travelin' man (Ricky Nelson) -- There's a moon out tonight (the Capris) -- Blue moon (the Marcels) -- Stand by me (Ben E. King) -- Our anniversary (Shep & the Limelites) -- Chapel of love (the Dixie Cups) -- Where were you (on our wedding day)? (Lloyd Price).
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