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American Heartbeat: The 50s

Model:
DAY3CD079
SKU:
711114
PLU: 5060259820793

Rhythm and blues was an urban black phenomenon, country a white rural one, but when Elvis Presley cut 'That's All Right' in 1954, the fusion of the genres he pioneered - soon to be dubbed rock'n'roll - gave artists license to blur the line between genres. He led the way for new sounds and styles to arrive in the charts in the '50s from the likes of Bo Diddley, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, all included here.

So pucker up those Lucky Lips, take a swig of Love Potion Number 9 and prepare to Jump The Broomstick like a Juvenile Delinquent!

Rhythm and blues was an urban black phenomenon, country a white rural one, but when Elvis Presley cut 'That's All Right' in 1954, the fusion of the genres he pioneered - soon to be dubbed rock'n'roll - gave artists license to blur the line between genres. He led the way for new sounds and styles to arrive in the charts in the '50s from the likes of Bo Diddley, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, all included here.

So pucker up those Lucky Lips, take a swig of Love Potion Number 9 and prepare to Jump The Broomstick like a Juvenile Delinquent!

Format - 3CD
Genre - Pop & Rock
Release Date - 15/05/15

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Rhythm and blues was an urban black phenomenon, country a white rural one, but when Elvis Presley cut 'That's All Right' in 1954, the fusion of the genres he pioneered - soon to be dubbed rock'n'roll - gave artists license to blur the line between genres. He led the way for new sounds and styles to arrive in the charts in the '50s from the likes of Bo Diddley, Fats Domino and Chuck Berry, all included here.

So pucker up those Lucky Lips, take a swig of Love Potion Number 9 and prepare to Jump The Broomstick like a Juvenile Delinquent!

Primary Format - MusicCD
ArtistVARIOUS ARTISTS
LabelOne Day
Music GenreRock n Roll
Music Genre PrimaryPop & Rock
Music Genre Secondary50s & 60s

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  • 1. That's All Right - Elvis Presley
  • 2. Roll Over Beethoven - Chuck Berry
  • 3. Let's Jump The Broomstick - Brenda Lee
  • 4. Only Sixteen - Sam Cooke
  • 5. I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent - Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
  • 6. Bony Moronie - Larry Williams
  • 7. The Great Pretender - The Platters
  • 8. I Walk The Line - Johnny Cash
  • 9. Tequila - The Champs
  • 10. In The Still Of The Night - The Five Satins
  • 11. Poison Ivy - The Coasters
  • 12. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett - Bill Hayes
  • 13. Cry Me A River - Julie London
  • 14. Island In The Sun - Harry Belafonte
  • 15. Walking Along - The Diamonds
  • 16. Freight Train - Rusty Draper
  • 17. Ain't That A Shame - Fats Domino
  • 18. I Wanna Be Loved By You - Marilyn Monroe
  • 19. Hushabye - The Mystics
  • 20. Never Be Anyone Else But You - Ricky Nelson
  • 21. Love Is Strange - Mickey & Sylvia
  • 22. Red River Rock - Johnny & The Hurricanes
  • 23. Penny Candy - Jim Reeves
  • 24. Lucky Lips - Ruth Brown
  • 25. See You Later, Alligator - Bill Haley & The Comets
  • 1. C'mon Everybody - Eddie Cochran
  • 2. Diana - Paul Anka
  • 3. Purple People Eater Meets The Witch Doctor - Big Bopper
  • 4. Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford
  • 5. Sixteen Candles - The Crests
  • 6. Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard
  • 7. My Boy Flatop - Dorothy Collins
  • 8. Hey Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
  • 9. Hey Little Girl - Dee Clark
  • 10. Guitar Boogie Shuffle - The Virtues
  • 11. Tallahassee Lassie - Freddy Cannon
  • 12. Baby Talk - Jan & Dean
  • 13. Dream Lover - Bobby Darin
  • 14. Honey Don't - Carl Perkins
  • 15. Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
  • 16. I'm Stickin' With You - Jimmy Bowen
  • 17. Let The Good Times Roll - Shirley & Lee
  • 18. That'll Be The Day - Buddy Holly
  • 19. Could This Be Magic - The Dubs
  • 20. Hot Rod Lincoln - Charlie Ryan
  • 21. Ling, Ting, Tong - Otis Williams & His Charms
  • 22. Walking After Midnight - Patsy Cline
  • 23. Shimmy, Shimmy, Ko-ko-bop - Little Anthony & The Imperials
  • 24. Mr Blue - The Fleetwoods
  • 25. Yep! - Duane Eddy
  • 1. I Wonder Why - Dion & The Belmonts
  • 2. Jim Dandy - Lavern Baker
  • 3. Party Doll - Buddy Knox
  • 4. Do You Wanna Dance - Bobby Freeman
  • 5. Lipstick On Your Collar - Connie Francis
  • 6. The Happy Organ - Dave 'baby' Cortez
  • 7. Eddie My Love - The Fontane Sisters
  • 8. Witch Doctor - David Seville
  • 9. Love Potion # 9 - The Clovers
  • 10. Shout - The Isley Brothers
  • 11. I Only Have Eyes For You - The Flamingos
  • 12. Little Darlin' - The Diamonds
  • 13. Let It Be Me - The Everly Brothers
  • 14. Since I Don't Have You - The Skyliners
  • 15. Seven Days - Clyde Mcphatter
  • 16. Don't Be Angry - Nappy Brown
  • 17. Dedicated To The One I Love - The Shirelles
  • 18. I'll Be Home - Pat Boone
  • 19. Stranded In The Jungle - The Cadets
  • 20. Teen Angel - Mark Dinning
  • 21. Dance With Me - The Drifters
  • 22. You Got What It Takes - Marv Johnson
  • 23. Earth Angel - The Penguins
  • 24. Corinne Corinna - Big Joe Turner
  • 25. La Bamba - Ritchie Valens
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