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Oh Why? - Little Richard - Heres Little Richard (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Little Richard had been making records for four years before he rolled into Cosimo Matassa's J&M Studio in New Orleans and cut the epochal "Tutti Frutti" in the fall of , but everything else he'd done -- and much of what others had recorded -- faded into insignificance when Richard wailed "A wop bop a loo mop a lomp bomp bomp" and kicked off one of the first great wailers in rock history.
  2. Here's Little Richard, Album by Little Richard out on Specialty Records Inc. in Released for Record Store Day in a limited edition of 1, copies. Remastered from the original analog tapes. Red vinyl.
  3. Jan 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Here's Little Richard on Discogs. Label: Specialty - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll/5(52).
  4. Here's Little Richard, an Album by Little Richard. Released in August on London (catalog no. HAO ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues.
  5. Little Richard war wieder da! machte er wieder Rock'n'Roll Aufnahmen für Specialty und dann für Vee-Jay, wo er einen R&B-Hit landete, mit dem soliden Soul Titel I Don't Know What You've Got But It's Got Me(Jimi Hendrix, damals Mitglied von Richards Road Band, soll Gitarre gespielt haben). Little Richard bewies mit dem Klang seines.
  6. Dec 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Here's Little Richard on Discogs. Label: Specialty - SP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues/5(99).
  7. His legendary debut album (and the first inch LP for the Los Angeles-based independent label), Here’s Little Richard offers many of his most recognizable songs, and garnered the artist seven.
  8. Little Richard Here's Little Richard on LP Rock ’n’ roll may date back to Jackie Brenston’s “Rocket 88” in and perhaps further to blues/swing hybrids of the s. But many would contend that Little Richard’s “Tutti Frutti,” recorded at Cosimo Matassa’s studio in New Orleans in September , was the first great rock.

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