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Various - Rock'N'Roll Freeway - 24 Cruisin' Tracks From The Golden Age Of Rock 'N'Roll mp3 download
Various - Rock'N'Roll Freeway - 24 Cruisin' Tracks From The Golden Age Of Rock 'N'Roll mp3 download
Performer: Various
Title: Rock'N'Roll Freeway - 24 Cruisin' Tracks From The Golden Age Of Rock 'N'Roll
Released: 1997
Style: Rock & Roll
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC AA MPC DXD TTA AU DMF RA
FLAC size: 1951 mb | MP3 size: 1463 mb | WMA size: 1400 mb
Genre: Rock

The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll" is a single by Mott the Hoople, from 1974's The Hoople. It reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart. Performed live by Mott, "The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll" would usually follow a piano take on the first verse of Don McLean's "American Pie", hence following the latter's statement, "The day the music died". Ian Hunter would declare: "Or did it? Ladies and gentlemen, The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll!", whereupon the whole band launched into the song.

24 - Running Bear - Johnny Preston. 3 MB. 25 - The Mountain's High - Dick & Dee De. p3. This is a decent and consistent blend of rock & roll oldies from the 1950s and early 1960s. There are a lot of big hits on the 30-song disc, many of them best heard in the context of a compilation, since they're by artists that didn't have much else in the way of classics: the Fiestas' "So Fine," the Impalas' "Sorry (I Ran All the Way Home)," Ernie Maresca's wildly energetic pour-on-the-cliches.

The "Golden Age" series is built-to-last and no expense is spared in refining the standards of visual and sonic presentation that purchasers have come to expect. The booklet, a 24-page jewel-case buster, is crammed with mouthwatering pics and ephemera, bringing to life the stories behind the hits. With agonised deliberation, each track has to pass muster on a number of counts that collectively beg one question - 'is it a "Golden Age" record?' One glance at the track listing will tell you all you need to know.

The Golden Age Of America. has been added to your Cart. Artists include The Rinky-Dinks featuring Bobby Darin, The Coasters, The Bobbettes, Ricky Nelson, The Chords, Roy Orbison, Janis Martin, Chuck Berry, Jerry Butler with the Impressions, The 5 Royales, Clyde McPhatter and many others. Collectors of pre-invasion American rock and roll 45's on CD may need therapy now that Ace Records has announced the end of their spectacular "Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll" series with this, the tenth volume. series has been the standard to which all other reissue various artist CD's have had to measure up.

24 - Barry And The Tamerlanes - I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight. 25 - The Mystics - Hushabye. Always guaranteed - that's the official "Golden Age" promise. The continuing popularity of this series is partly due to the fact that we have never allowed complacency to creep in. Each new volume in the series is treated as though it were the first, with all the enthusiasm and concentration of resources that this entails

The Velaires - Roll Over Beethoven 02:45 27. The Three Friends - Dedicated (To The Songs I Love) 02:22 28. Bobby Gregg & His Friends - The Jam Part 1 02:29 29. Marv Johnson - Come To Me 02:20 30. Steve Alaimo - Every Day I Have To Cry 02:25. The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll: The Follow-Up Hits (1:08:39). Stan Freberg - The Old Payola Roll Blues Side 1 04:24 28. Linda Laurie - Ambrose Part 5 02:34 29. The Detergents - Leader Of The Laundromat 03:11 30.

Another high-class mixture of all sorts of rock & roll from the music's first decade, blending not just styles but varying levels of familiarity. You got some pretty well-known classics here, like Little Willie John's "Fever," Dion & the Belmonts' "I Wonder Why," Shep and the Limelites' "Daddy's Home," Jimmy Soul's "If You Wanna Be Happy," and Charlie Rich's "Lonely Weekends. What makes this more enticing for listeners with any aspirations whatsover to put music. 16. Coney Island Baby.

Sha Na Na ‎– The Golden Age Of Rock 'n' Roll. Etichetta: Kama Sutra ‎– KSBS8-2073-2. Formato: 8-Track Cartridge, Album. B2. Rock Around The Clock. B3. Tears On My Pillow.

Tracklist

1 Bill Haley And His Comets Rock Around The Clock
2 Chuck Berry No Partleular Place To Go
3 Little Richard Good Golly, Miss Molly
4 Eddie Cochran C'mon Everybody
5 Jerry Lee Lewis Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On
6 Big Bopper Chantilly Lace
7 The Champs Tequila
8 Jackie Wilson Reet Petite
9 Cliff Richard Move It
10 Chris Montez Let's Dance
11 Johnny Tillotson Poetry In Motion
12 Ricky Nelson It's Late
13 The Beach Boys I Get Around
14 Everly Brothers Wake Up Little Susie
15 Curtis Lee Pretty Little Angel Eyes
16 Johnny Burnette You're Sixteen
17 Del Shannon Runaway
18 Buddy Holly And The Crickets That'll Be The Day
19 Ritchie Valens Come On Let's Go
20 Larry Williams Bony Moronie
21 Chuck Berry Johnny B. Goode
22 Danny & The Juniors At The Hop
23 Little Richard Tutti Frutti
24 Jerry Lee Lewis Great Balls Of Fire

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