It's an awfully huge era to sample from, but That's All Right: The Dawn of the Rock & Roll Era is at least a solid listen all the way through
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This album was released on the label Remember (catalog number RMB 75112). This album was released in 2005-03-21 year. Elvis Presley - That's All Right ('68 Comeback Special 50th Anniversary HD Remaster). tar About the track: For his 1968 television special, Elvis Presley reunited with Scotty Moore and . Ray Charles - I got a woman. Great song! Bill Haley - Crazy Man Crazy. Lightnin' Hopkins - Hopkin's Sky Hop - (THE ORIGINAL RUDE MOOD). This is the track that inspired Stevie Ray Vaughan's 'Rude Mood'.
That's All Right Mama" is a song written and originally performed by blues singer Arthur Crudup. It is best known as the debut single recorded and released by Elvis Presley. Presley's version was recorded on July 5, 1954, and released on July 19, 1954 with "Blue Moon of Kentucky" as the B-side. It was ranked number 113 on the 2010 Rolling Stone magazine list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time".
That’s All Right – Elvis Presley 12. Just Walkin’ in the Rain – Prisonaires 13. Mystery Train – Little Junior’s Blue Flames 1. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts of the Psychedelic Era – Various Artists 17. Rock & Roll Queen – Mott the Hoople 18. School’s Out – Alice Cooper 19.
July 19, 1954, saw the official release of Elvis's first commercial record, the single That’s All Right, backed with the B-side, "Blue Moon of Kentucky. The recordings stemmed from a session when Presley-joined by Scotty Moore on guitar and Bill Black on upright bass-in a break from singing ballads, began playing around with a up-beat arrangement of Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup’s decade-old blues tune, "That’s All Right" (sometimes referred to as "That's All Right, Mama. ) Phillips recorded and pressed Elvis's single, distributing it to local radio stations, where it drew enough reaction to have one station invite Presley in for a live, on-air interview. Presley's utterly new, thrilling and unique sound not only shook up the music world; it blurred social lines and, with its blues approach, challenged racial barriers of the era.
Rock and roll can be dangerous and fun at the same time, so thanks a lot. - Billie Joe Armstrong. This list tries to include some of the greatest rock tunes ever, all of which are classics; that is, songs released before the year 2000. If there’s a song that’s redolent of the Haight/Ashbury subculture of the San Francisco Bay Area in 1967, it must be the Airplane’s Somebody to Love. Listen to it right now and see if you can keep from gleefully jumping up and down. Appearing on an album of the same name, the album sold 50 million copies - the second highest selling album ever - while Back in Black the song peaked at on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
|1||–Elvis Presley||That's All Right|
|2||–Ray Charles||I've Got A Woman|
|3||–Bill Haley & His Comets*||Crazy Man Crazy|
|4||–Lightnin' Hopkins||Hopkin's Sky Hop|
|5||–The Spaniels||Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight|
|6||–The Drifters||Money Honey|
|7||–LaVern Baker||Tweedlee Dee|
|8||–Moon Mullican||Grandpa Stole My Baby|
|9||–The Platters||Love All Night|
|10||–Fats Domino||Please Don't Leave Me|
|11||–The Clovers||Good Lovin'|
|12||–Johnny Ace||Pledging My Love|
|13||–Amos Milburn||One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer|
|14||–The Robins||Riot In Cell Block #9|
|15||–Hank Ballard & The Midnighters||Work With Me Annie|
|16||–Ike Turner||Cubano Jump|
|17||–Faye Adams||Shake A Hand|
|19||–Big Joe Turner||Shake, Rattle And Roll|
|21||–Big Mama Thornton||Hound Dog|
|22||–Johnny Guitar Watson||Space Guitar|
|23||–Bill Haley & His Comets*||Rock Around The Clock|
|25||–Big Jay McNeely||Nervous Man Nervous|
|26||–Elvis Presley||Good Rockin' Tonight|