VARIOUS – ROCKIN’ ROLLIN’ COVERS VOL.2 – ATOMICAT CD

Rockin’ cover- songs edition two is crafted without European fillers and uses enticing American and Australian re-workings of songs. The assortment of high-octane Rhythm & Blues, and White Rock ‘N’ Roll is sourced from 1952 through to 1963 and compiled for dancing and home entertainment! Atomicat endeavours to use some lesser-known and for some people, perhaps more obscure titles, and our philosophy is to compile songs of quality, with every album, its “killer and no filler” ideology with a loud and clear sound! You are listening to music from the past with a remastered sound that will shake the speakers.

01 Delbert Barker Blue Suede Shoes (no writer credit) Worthmore1956

02 Nick Greene My Lovin’ Baby (Stanley) Capitol 1957

03 The Mike Pedicin Quintet Shake A Hand! (Morris) Gotham 1955

04 Ronnie Diamond Life Begins At 4 O’Clock (Wolfe) Imperial 1959

05 Lucky Starr and The Hepparays Way Down Yonder In New Orleans (Creamer, Laylon) Festival 1960 06 Bill Darnel with Roy Ross and His Orchestra Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy Coral 1950

07 Leon McAuliffe and His Western Swing Band Birmingham Bounce (Gunter) Columbia 1950

08 Jim Lowe Rock-A-Chicka (Warner MacPherson) Dot 1957

09 Barry Martin Minnie The Moucher (Calloway, Mills, Gaskill) Freedom 1959

10 The Satellites Buckeye (Conaster, King) Kiwi 1962

11 The Ewing Sisters My Babe (Jacobs, Dixon) Crown 1955

12 Bob Spencer Roll, Hot Rod Roll (Scott) Epic 1955

13 Kay Cee Jones Humpty Dumpty Heart (Boye) Decca 1957

14 Joyce Romero with Bill Marine Feel So Good (Johnson) Essex 1955

15 Jack and Jill No One To Talk To (But The Blues) (Walker, Sherry) Imperial 1957

16 Rusty Draper with the Jack Halloran Singers and the David Carroll Orchestra Pink Cadillac (Masters) Mercury 1956

17 Norma Beasler with The Rosebud Orchestra Greenback Dollar (Rose, arranged by Billy Gray) Rose 1957

18 The Teen Kings I Might Have Known (South) Sara 1963

19 Salt ‘N’ Pepper with The Shakers High Noon (Tiomkin, Washington) Felsted 1961

20 Ray Smith Little Miss Blue (Isle) Judd 1960

21 Vince Riccio with The Bob Mersry Orchestra (Marie, Michele, Nanette) I Still Love You All (Glanzberg, Raye, Contet) Time 1961

22 Moon Mullican Good Deal Lucille (Miller, Terry, Theriot) King 1954

23 Rusty Bryant and The Carolyn Club Band The Honeydripper (Liggins) Dot September 1955

24 Carl and The Commanders Farmer John (Terry Jr., Harris) Cameo ? 1960

25 Ed Hardin – Follow That Dream (Wise, Wiseman) Hit 1962

26 Helene Dixon Piddily Patter Patter (Singleton, McCoy) Epic 1955

27 Tony Middleton and The Willows Say Yeah (Handy) Gone 1957

28 The Jesters Tutti Frutti (Penniman) Winley 1960

29 Bob Luman You’ve Got Everything (B&F Bryant) Warner Brothers 1960

30 Johnny Tillotson Donna (Valens) Cadence 1963

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