1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Fifties: Rockabilly Fever - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  2. Side 1. 01 I Guess It's Meant That Way - Pat Cupp. 02 Preview Everybody's Movin' - Glen Glenn. 03 I Don't Know When - Hal Harris. 04 Preview True Affection - Byron Johnson. 05 Be Boppin' Daddy - Les Cole And The Echoes. 06 My Big Fat Baby - Sonny Hall & The Echoes. 07 Rock My Warriors Rock - Joe Jackson. 08 Rock Little Baby - Les Cole And The Echoes. 09 Snake Eyed Mama - Don Cole.
  3. The Track Singles [Box] by The Who (Vinyl, Oct, 15 Discs, Geffen) $ New Panic at The Disco Death of a Bachelor 7" 45 LP Limited Red Vinyl
  4. Twelve rare rockabilly tracks from the vaults of Era Records, a minor Hollywood-based label. None of these records (all cut in the late '50s, with the exception of Dorsey Burnette's effort) came close to being any sort of hit. There wasn't anything particularly special or awful about them, either.
  5. Jan 30,  · 2. Everybody's Movin' - Glen Glenn 3. I Don't Know When - Hal Harris 4. True Affection - Byron Johnson 5. Be Boppin' Daddy - Les Cole and the Echoes 6. My Big Fat Baby - Sonny Hall 7. Rock My Warriors Rock - Joe Jackson 8. Rock Little Baby - Les Cole and the Echoes 9. Snake Eyed Mama - Don Cole Nothin' But a Nuthin' - Charlie Faethers
  6. Glen GlennGlen Glenn Story + Everybody's Movin' Again CD The Glen Glenn Story is classic s Rockabilly featuring his original recordings - and the whole of Glen's Everybody's Movin' Again album is featured here too.  As well as the two full albums, two bonus tracks have been added to make 29 great rockin' cuts in total from a true Rockabilly legend.
  7. His music was a lead into rock and roll and rockabilly. In a song, "Gonna Dance All Night", he named the new musical style "Rock and Roll." He wrote and recorded "Birmingham Bounce" which is a contender for the first rock and roll song/5(8).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of 20 Great Rockabilly Hits Of The 50's on Discogs.
  9. Double LP vinyl collectors edition, with insert, featuring 32 of the most sought-after tracks from the track 3CD set. They called it Rockabilly long before they called it Rock n Roll so sings the undisputed Queen of Rockabilly, Wanda Jackson on her album Remember Elvis.4/5(7).

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