Various - CWF Presents: A Rock And Roll Tag Team Spectacular!! mp3 album
And rock & roll as an American musical form is very much like a delta, collecting elements from jazz, blues, country, gospel, R&B, show tunes, and whatever else was floating around into a high-charged, rambunctious music that defined and drove pop culture across the backwaters of the 20th century and into the 21st. where rock & roll began isn't exactly answered here, this set makes for a fascinating tour through some wonderfully cool and classic stuff like Amos Milburn's rollicking "Chicken Shack Boogie," Tampa Red's desperately frantic "It's Tight Like That" (from 1927), and Les Paul and Mary Ford's timelessly amazing "How High the Moon," the first single in the.
Listen free to Various Artists – Vol 006: Rock'n'Roll. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Hmm, it looks like we don’t know much about this album.
The Boswell Sisters - Rock And Roll 12. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Feat Helen Ward - Get Rhythm In Your Feet 13. The Harlem Hamfat - Oh Red! 14. Mississippi Jook Band - Skippy Wippy 15. Robert Johnson - Crose Road Blues 16. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra Feat Gene Krupa - Sing! Sing! Sing! . Our very first release 'The First Rock And Roll Record' has been given the deluxe box-set treatment: 4 LP, 3 CD, 32-page booklet, download postcard AND the ultimate argument settler, the first rock and roll record itself on double A-side 7 inch. or does it? Includes unlimited streaming of The First Rock And Roll Record via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days.
1995 compilation album by Various artists. Jock Jams, Volume 1. Compilation album by. Various artists. Two years after this album was released, "Jock Jam Megamix" was released, containing songs from this album and the next two. Track listing. A denotes a song that has a smooth auditory transition to the next track (. it overlaps 2 songs/phrases). Tag Team - "Whoomp! (There It Is)" 3:43. Black Box - "Strike It Up" 3:35. 69 Boyz - "Tootsee Roll" 4:03. Pump It Up, Go 'Head, Go 'Head" 0:17. K7 - "Come Baby Come" 3:55. Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock - "It Takes Two" 4:32. Gridiron Groove" 0:16. C&C Music Factory - "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" 4:01. Gary Glitter - "Rock and Roll Part 2 (Hey Song)" 2:58.
This 3CD set attempts to map out the most exhaustive pre-history of rock'n'roll so far committed to one album, and for the most part it does a pretty decent job, tracing the line back as far as the 1916 "The Camp Meeting Jubilee", a pre-blues minstrel-tent recording of such scratchy authenticity it sounds like a parody
The question of what constitutes the first rock'n'roll record is controversial and highly emotive. It takes in serious issues about attitudes to race in 1940s America and interminable nitpicking internet arguments about snare drum accents and eight-to-the-bar boogie-woogie rhythms. It began decades ago, when Sam Phillips announced he had discovered the sound that changed the world years before Elvis Presley had fetched up in Sun Studio, offering Jackie Brenston's admittedly amazing 1952 single Rocket 88 as evidence. It's rumbled on ever since. It ends with Heartbreak Hotel – "everything a rock and roll record should be," according to the sleeve notes, but clearly not the first. The compilers cheerfully admit they are no closer to a definitive answer, offering instead the vague assurance that "whatever it is, it's probably here".
The coming of rock & roll in the mid-Fifties was not merely a musical revolution but a social and generational upheaval of vast and unpredicatable scope. It also represented a major reversal in the business of popular music. There were no pre-rock & roll counterparts to Sam Phillips, who parlayed a tiny Memphis label with a staff of one into a company whose artists sold millions of records throughout the world. Rock & roll proved an all-American, multi-ethnic hybrid, its sources and developing substyles too various to be explained away by blues plus country or any other reductionist formula.
Old Time Rock and Roll" is a song written by George Jackson and Thomas E. Jones III, and recorded by Bob Seger for his 1978 album Stranger in Town. It was also released as a single in 1979. It is a sentimentalized look back at the music of the original rock 'n' roll era. The song gained renewed popularity after being featured in the 1983 film Risky Business
Johnny Burnette Rock & Roll Trio – Lonesome Train – 02:02. Carl Mann – Gonna Rock And Roll Tonight – 01:52 19. Johnny Burnette Rock & Roll Trio – The Train Kept A Rollin’ – 02:16 20. George & Earl – Done Gone – 02:12.
|A2||–The Mono Men||Wrecker|
|B1||–Southern Culture On The Skids||Camel Walk|
|B2||–The Friggs||Cheatin' Song|