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The Greatest Elvis Songs, You've Never Heard!
Top 75 Classics - The Very Best of Roy Orbison
The Best Of Tom Jones Country Hits 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection
Lewis Boogie Vol.2
Jerry Lee Lewis
My Prayer (Greatest Hits)
Ain't That A Shame
Dion and the Belmonts
Biggest Hits of Buddy Holly
Buddy Holly & The Crickets
Greatest Love Songs
Connie Francis Country Hits
Elvis Everlasting: An All-Star Tribute
Times Of My Life
Rock Around The Clock
Rock Around the Clock was the third album of rock and roll music by Bill Haley and His Comets. Released by Decca Records in December 1955 it was, like the two albums that preceded it, a compilation album of previously issued singles. Most of the album's contents had in fact been previously issued by Decca earlier in 1955 on the album Shake, Rattle and Roll. Unlike the previous release, which was in the 10-inch format, the new album was a full 12-inch release and included additional tracks from 1955. It was also the first Haley album to make the Billboard charts, and was one of the very first album releases of the rock and roll genre to do so.
The recording was made in the Decca Records studio located in the Pythian Temple in New York City.
(Remember Me) I'm the One That Loves You
Rock With Sedaka
Sincerely, Brenda Lee is the sixth studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released February 12, 1962 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. It was the first of two studio albums released by Brenda Lee in 1962 and did not spawn any singles.
Howdy! is the 1956 debut studio album by Pat Boone. It followed a previous self-titled album compilation of previously released singles.
The Greatest Hits of the Golden Groups
The Greatest Hits of the Golden Groups: Bobby Vinton Sings the Goodies! is Bobby Vinton's fifth studio album, released in 1963. This album contains cover songs that were hits during the 1950s for the following artists: the Rays, the Penguins, the Platters, the Five Satins, Bobby Helms, Little Anthony and the Imperials, the Moonglows, Lee Andrews & the Hearts, the Heartbeats and Jesse Belvin. All of the tracks on this album were recorded in Nashville. "Over the Mountain" is the album's only single. All of the songs on this album were later include in the collection Bobby Vinton Sings the Golden Decade of Love.
On the back of the album cover, there is an error in the credits for who wrote the song "Goodnight My Love." The version of the song that is featured on this album was actually written by George Motola and John Marascalco but credits Mack Gordon and Harry Revel as songwriters. Gordon and Revel wrote a song with exactly the same title that was released in 1936.
The Best Of Chubby Checker 1959-1963
Listen to the Music (Cover Music, Old Music, Vintage, Rock'n'roll,)
The Old Brothers
The Best Of Big Bopper
The Big Bopper
Only #s One / 30
Heartaches By The Number
The Best Of Eddie Cochran
N°1 Patsy Cline (Crazy) [The Classic Hits]
Greatest Hits - Original Recordings
Colección 5 Estrellas. Engelbert Humperdinck. Vol. 2
Best Of The Best
Rare Ricky Vol. 1 - [The Dave Cash Collection]
Just Once In My Life
The Righteous Brothers
Just Once in My Life is the 1965 album by The Righteous Brothers, containing "Unchained Melody" which peaked at #14 and was later included in the soundtrack of 1990 blockbuster film Ghost.
Capitol Collectors Series
Hats off to Del Shannon
Devoted to You
Engelbert: Totally Amazing
Just One Time
The Hits Of Danny And The Juniors
Danny And The Juniors
The Remarkable Frankie Laine, Vol. 2
Dance With Me
The Crew Cuts
Canadian Rock & Roll with Jack Scott
Ned Miller - His Very Best
Rockfile Volume 41
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