Artist: Little Richard. Album: Rock and Roll Roots of the Beatles. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. I'm gonna rock it up, I'm gonna rip it up, I'm gonna shake it up, gonna ball it up, I'm gonna rock it up, and ball tonight. Got me a date and I won't be late, Picked her up in my 88, Shag on down by the union hall, When the joint starts jumpin' I'll have a ball, I'm gonna rock it up, I'm gonna rip it up, I'm gonna shake it up, gonna ball it up, I'm gonna rock it up, and ball tonight. Long about ten I'll be flying high, Walk on out unto the sky, But I don't care if I spend my dough, 'Cause tonight I'm gonna be one.
Little Richard - Lucille, Little Richard - King of Rock and Roll, Little Richard - (Rock'n'Roll) Tutti Frutti. Chuck Berry, Bill Haley, Little Richard The Kings Of Rock n Roll Label Bellaphon BLS 5516 Format 2 Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country Germany Released 1973 Genre Rock Style Rock & Roll D1 Chuck Berry Roll Over Beethove. :43. Little Richard Slippin' And Slidin'. Rock - N - Roll 100 Hits Little Richard - Long tall sally.
Creedence Clearwater Don't you know your honor? Tell Sly and the Stone to leave rock and roll alone Aretha Franklin is the queen of soul But who wants to be the queen When you're the king of rock and roll?. About King of Rock and Roll. The opening track off his second 1971 release, this song features Little Richard playfully exclaiming that, despite the presence and efforts of other popular musicians of the day, he was the true king of rock and roll
The King of Rock and Roll is Little Richard's second album for Reprise Records, a follow-up album that contained one original Little Richard song, the gospel rock "In the Name" and a new song co-written by Producer H. B. Barnum, "Green Power", the single release; and versions of tracks by artists as diverse as Hank Williams, The Temptations, Martha and the Vandellas, Three Dog Night, and The Rolling Stones.
Little Richard is perfect for the late night TV freak circuit: he’s funny, loud, outrageous, superficial even on important issues and willing to talk when he has absolutely nothing to say. Sometimes he’ll even sing, but that’s not necessary because, just as Raquel Welch is more a Star a Personality than an actress, Little Richard is now more a Star than a singer. The new album is the vocal equivalent of running through the studio audience and just as disappointing for its lack of real audacity behind the pretense of outrageousness. Much of the album seems designed around the Talk Show Personality rather than the Singer, giving it the sticky veneer of a jive extravaganza. King Richard returned from exile to claim his throne, which gives way to crowd adulation, shouts of Long live the king! and royal fanfare.
King of Rock and Roll. In contrast to his 1970 Reprise album The Rill Thing, which constituted a serious updating of his sound, complete with a brace of new songs, Little Richard's King of Rock & Roll was deliberately less ambitious, built around covers of material that early-'70s audiences would have known well by way of Motown, the Rolling Stones, Three Dog Night, Creedence. Clearwater Revival, et al. These included "Brown Sugar," "The Way You Do the Things You Do," "Joy to the World," "Dancing in the Street," and "Born on the Bayou.
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|1-2||Long Tall Sally|
|1-4||Good Golly, Miss Molly|
|1-5||Rip It Up|
|1-7||Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey|
|1-8||Lawdy Miss Clawdy|
|1-9||Ooh! My Soul|
|1-10||She's Got It|
|1-11||Groovy Little Suzie|
|1-14||Dance What You Wanna|
|1-15||Dancing All Around The World|
|1-16||Send Me Some Lovin'|
|1-17||I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me|
|1-20||It Ain't Whatcha Do|
|2-1||The Girl Can't Help It|
|2-2||Keep A Knockin'|
|2-3||Slippin' And Slidin' (Peepin' And Hidin')|
|2-6||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On|
|2-8||Short Fat Fanny|
|2-11||By The Light Of The Silvery Moon|
|2-13||All Around The World|
|2-14||I'm Just A Lonely Guy (All Alone)|
|2-15||Can't Believe You Wanna Leave|
|2-16||True, Fine Mama|
|2-19||You Better Stop|
|2-20||My Wheels They Are Slippin' All The Way|
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- Copyright (c) – Demon Music Group Ltd.
NotesReleased in slim double jewelcase housed in cardboard slipcase.
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