We're gonna rock, we're gonna roll

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Blues & rhythm. That's all right (Arthur Crudup) ; Hound dog (Big Mama Thornton) ; Party girl (T-Bone Walker) ; Pledgng my love (Johnny Ace) ; Good rockin' tonight (Wynonie Harris) ; Mystery train (Little Junior's Blue Flames) ; We're gonna rock (Cecil Gant) ; Rock and roll (Wild Bill Moore) ; Rockin' at midnight (Roy Brown) ; Rock the joint (Jimmy Preston) ; Shake, rattle & roll (Big Joe Turner) ; Rock and roll (Laverne Ray) ; Why do you waste my time (Tiny Grimes, feat. Screaming Jay Hawkins) ; Shake, holler & run (John Lee Hooker) ; I need you, I want you (Jack (the Bear) Parker) ; Teenage baby (T-Bone Walker) ; Rockin' with Red (Piano Red) ; Train kept a-rollin' (Tiny Bradshaw) ; I got a woman (Ray Charles) ; Hey little girl (Billy Wright) ; Let's rock a while (Amos Milburn) ; I wanna know (what cha doin' down there) (Dolly Cooper) ; The fat man (Fats Domino) ; Bee's boogie (Smiley Lewis) ; Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Lloyd Price) ; Drinkin' wine spo-dee-o-dee (Stick McGee) ; Country girl (Dave Bartholomew) ; The hucklebuck (Paul Williams) ; We're gonna rock, we're gonna roll (Wild Bill Moore)
Jumping & doowopping. 60 minute man (the Dominoes) ; Ting a ling (the Clovers) ; Gloria (the Cadillacs) ; Hold me! Squeeze me! (the Orioles) ; Hearts of stone (the Jewels) ; Mama (your daughter told a lie on me) (the Five Keys) ; Mary Lee (the Rainbows) ; Can't do sixty no more (the Du-Droppers) ; Never (the Dundees) ; Rock me all night long (the Ravens) ; Such a night (the Drifters) ; A thousand stars (the Rivileers) ; Ling ting tong (the Five Keys) ; Earth angel (the Penguins) ; One mint julep (the Clovers) ; Ooh baby (the Teardrops) ; Honey love (the Drifters) ; Shoo doo be doo (Bobby Lester & the Moonlighters) ; No help wanted (the Crows) ; Fool fool fool (the Clovers) ; Trying to get to you (the Eagles) ; My loving baby (the El Dorados) ; Bounce (the Spaniels) ; Sexy ways (the Midnighters) ; Boot 'em up (the Du-Droppers) ; Bip bam (the Drifters) ; Roll, roll, pretty baby (the Swallows) ; She rocks (the Cardinals) ; Lovey dovey (the Clovers)
Hillbilly bopping. Move it on over (Hank Williams) ; I'm movin' on (Hank Snow) ; Birmingham bounce (Hardrock Gunter) ; Tennessee Saturday night (Red Foley) ; Tennessee jive (Johnny Horton) ; Rompin' & stompin' (Curtis Gordon) ; TT boogie (Charlie Adams) ; Blue ribbon boogie (Chuck Murphy) ; Oakie boogie (Jack Guthrie) ; Juke joint mama (Jimmy Swan) ; Hot rod race (Arkie Shibley) ; Hot rod mama (Jimmy Dolan) ; Too old to cut the mustard (the Carlisles) ; I ain't nothin' but a tom cat's kitten (Wayne Raney) ; The band's a-rockin' (Johnnie Lee Wills) ; Slick chick boogie (Porky Freeman) ; White house blues (Bill Monroe) ; Juke joint Johnny (Lattie Moore) ; Sally, let your bangs hang down (Maddox Bros. & Rose) ; Sugarfoot rag (Hank Garland & his Sugar Footers) ; Guitar boogie (Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith) ; The Nashville jump (Chet Atkins) ; Stratosphere boogie (Jimmy Bryant) ; Don't drop it (Terry Fell) ; Good deal Lucille (Moon Mullican) ; Louisiana swing (Bud Hobbs) ; Louisiana boogie (Merle Travis) ; Wild cattin' woman (Lee Bonds) ; Hound dog (Betsy Gay) ; There's a leak in this old building (Brother Claude Ely)
It's only rock 'n' roll. Rocket 88 (Jackie Brenston) ; Rockin' is our bizness (the Treniers) ; Work with me, Annie (the Midnighters) ; Gee (Crows) ; Sh-boom (the Chords) ; Love me (Willy & Ruth) ; Riot in cell block #9 (the Robins) ; Crazy, man, crazy (Bill Haley) ; Please don't leave me (Fats Domino) ; Rock the joint (Jimmy Cavallo) ; The house of blue lights (Merrill E. Moore) ; Gonna dance all night (Hardrock Gunter) ; There's gonna be a ball (Rudy Grayzell) ; Blue moon of Kentucky (Elvis Presley) ; My sweet French baby (Jimmie Logsdon) ; My gal Gertie (Dub Dickerson) ; Real rock drive (Bill Haley) ; I love you madly (Charlie & Ray) ; Shake, rattle, and roll (Bill Haley) ; Money honey (the Drifters) ; Blue Monday (Smiley Lewis) ; Tweedle dee (Laverne Baker) ; Teardrops from my eyes (Ruth Brown) ; Such a night (Bunny Paul) ; Rock a beatin' boogie (the Treniers) ; Shake a hand (Faye Adams) ; Honey hush (Big Joe Turner) ; Mama, he treats your daughter mean (Ruth Brown) ; That's all right (Elvis Presley) ; Rock around the clock (Bill Haley).

Additional Information
Subjects Rock music -- To 1961.
Rhythm and blues music.
Doo-wop (Music)
Country music -- To 1951.
Country music -- 1951-1960.
Publisher London, England :Proper Records,2005
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Language English
Notes Proper Records: PROPERBOX 100 (P1497--P1500).
Selections originally released 1945-1954.
Compact discs.
Program notes by Adam Komorowski (67 p. : ill.) included.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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