You Heard It Here First / Various: You Heard It Here First!

You Heard It Here First / Various: You Heard It Here First!

You Heard It Here First / Various: You Heard It Here First!

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Title: You Heard It Here First!
Artist: You Heard It Here First / Various
Label: Ace Records UK
UPC: 029667034425
Genre: Oldies

2008 collection containing 26 original versions of some of the most enduring classics of the '50s and '60s. These tracks embrace some of the greatest Country, Soul, Pop, Rock 'N' Roll and R&B tunes ever recorded. Some of these originals are well known, others are hardly known at all. Most people with a passion for Rock 'N' Roll will know that Richard Berry wrote and recorded the original 'Louie Louie', but hardly anyone will know that the Kingston Trio and Mark James did 'Get Together' and 'Suspicious Minds' before the Youngbloods and Elvis Presley did. Hear how 'Rock Around the Clock' sounded three years before Bill Haley and the Comets got to it, or how the Crickets 'I Fought the Law' almost half a decade before the Bobby Fuller Four and 15 years before the Clash did. Find out where Led Zeppelin acquired the source material for 'Whole Lotta Love' and the Animals got 'Baby Let Me Take You Home' from. Marvel at how closely the later hit versions were often modeled on these originals, and wonder how come they weren't hits in their own right. Ace Records. 2008.

1.1 Tainted Love - Gloria Jones
1.2 Suspicious Minds - Mark James
1.3 Wild Thing - the Wild Ones
1.4 I Fought the Law - the Crickets
1.5 The Red Rooster - Howlin' Wolf
1.6 Hanky Panky - the Raindrops
1.7 Go Now - Bessie Banks
1.8 A Rockin' Good Way - Priscilla Bowman ; the Spaniels
1.9 This Diamond Ring - Sammy Ambrose
1.10 Tobacco Road - John D. Loudermilk
1.11 I Found You - Yvonne Fair
1.12 Ain't That Loving You Baby - Eddie Riff
1.13 Louie Louie - Richard Berry ; the Pharaohs
1.14 My Boy Lollipop - Barbie Gaye
1.15 Little Bit O'Soul - the Little Darlings
1.16 Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town - Johnny Darrell
1.17 Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand - Hoagy Lands
1.18 You Need Love - Muddy Waters
1.19 A Groovy Kind of Love - Diane and Annita
1.20 You Were on My Mind - Ian ; Sylvia
1.21 I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself - Tommy Hunt
1.22 Let's Get Together (Live) - the Kingston Trio
1.23 California Sun - Joe Jones
1.24 Something Stupid - Carson ; Gaile
1.25 Hey Joe, Where You Gonna Go - the Leaves
1.26 Rock Around the Clock - Sunny Dae ; the Knights
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