author Aa.vv. (blues, rock'n'roll)   Euro
29,00
title First rock and roll record  
support LPBOX edition new record          stereo  
year 1920 print eu label   famous flames   item id. 2087784

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Cofanetto che contiene quattro lp in vinile, la versione in cd dell'opera (triplo cd munito di custodia con artwork) contenente tredici brani in piu' rispetto ai quattro vinili, singolo contenente due ulteriori brani e contenuto in copertina con artwork (''Rocket 88'' di Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats del 1951, considerato da molti il primo disco propriamente rock'n'roll, e ''Crazy man crazy'' di Bill Haley & The Comets del 1953, il primo singolo rock'n'roll ad entrare in classifica negli USA), allegato coupon per il download da internet di tredici ulteriori brani, libretto di 32 pagine, vinili custoditi in buste che riportano il titolo del cofanetto ripetuto sullo sfondo, catalogo FLAMELP01. La versione vinilica, pubblicata nel 2015 dalla Famous Flames, della bella compilation originariamente edita solo in cd nel 2011 dalla stessa etichetta. ''The first rock and roll record'' si prefigge l'ambizioso ma nobile compito di tracciare un percorso della nascita del rock'n'roll, partendo da generi musicali come il blues ed il country che negli anni '20, '30 e '40 svilupparono caratteristiche poi fatte proprie dal primo rock'n'roll degli anni '50 (compreso l'uso del termine stesso in alcuni titoli e testi dei brani). Si parte cosi' ascoltando storici brani di grandi bluesmen del Delta come Charley Patton e Robert Johnson, e maestri del country come Hank Williams Senior, ma anche cantanti femminili blues come Ella Fiztgerald e Big Mama Thornton, passando per influentissimi bluesmen elettrici quali Arthur Big Boy Crudrup (sua la ''That's alright mama'' che fu il primo singolo di Elvis) e Muddy Waters, per arrivare ai protagonisti del rock'n'roll propriamente detto come Bill Haley, Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry e Little Richard. Questa la scaletta dei brani presenti sui vinili: Unknown, ''The camp meeting jubilee''; Trixie Smith, ''My man rocks me''; Jim Jackson, ''Kansas city blues''; Charley Patton, ''Going to move to alabama''; Hank Williams, ''Move it on over''; Tampa Red, ''It's tight like that''; Clarence Pinetop Smith, ''Pinetop's boogie woogie''; Blind Roosevelt Graves, ''Crazy about my baby''; Washboard Rhythm Kings, ''Tiger rag''; Harlem Hamfats, ''Oh red!''; Robert Johnson, ''Cross road blues''; Benny Goodman and Gene Krupa, ''Sing! Sing! Sing! (with a swing)''; Ella Fitzgerald, ''Rock it for me''; Sister Rosetta Tharpe, ''Rock me''; Bob Wills, ''Ida red''; Big Joe Turner, ''Roll 'em pete''; John Lee Williamson, ''New erarly in the morning''; Bill Bradley, ''Down the road apiece''; Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra, ''Flying home''; Illinois Jacquet, ''Blues, pt. 2''; T-Bone Walker, ''Mean old world''; Nat King Cole, ''Straighten up and fly right''; Sister Rosetta Tharpe, ''Strange things happening every day''; Helen Humes, ''Be baba leba''; Joe Liggins, ''Honeydripper''; Arthur Smith, ''Guitar boogie''; Arthur Big Boy Crudrup, ''That's all right mama''; Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, ''Let the good times roll''; Ella Mae Morse and Freddie Slack, ''House of blue lights''; The Delmore Brothers, ''Hillbilly boogie''; Pee Wee King, ''Ten gallon boogie''; Roy Brown, ''Good rocking tonight''; Wild Bill Moore, ''We're gonna rock, we're gonna roll''; Muddy Waters, ''I can't be satisfied''; Amos Milburn, ''Chicken shack boogie''; Bill Haley, ''Rovin' eyes''; The Orioles, ''It's too soon to know''; Sticky McGhee, ''Drinkin' wine spo-dee-o-dee''; Erline ''Rock 'n' Roll'' Harris, ''Rock and roll blues''; Jimmy Preston, ''Rock the joint''; Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, ''Saturday night fish fry''; Hardrock Gunter, ''Gonna dance all night''; Arkie Shibley and his Mountain Dew Boys, ''Hot rod race''; The Dominoes, ''60 minute man''; Jackie Brenston and His Delta Cats, ''Rocket 88''; Big Mama Thornton, ''Hound dog''; Charli Gracie, ''Rockin' and rollin'''; Lloyd Price, ''Lawdy miss clawdy''; The Dominoes, ''Have mercy baby''; The Clovers, ''One mint julep''; The Crows, ''Gee''; Bill Haley and his Comets, ''Crazy man, crazy''; Ray Charles, ''Mess around''; Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters, ''Money honey''; Joe Turner, ''Honey hush''; Big Joe Turner, ''Shake, rattle and roll''; The Chords, ''Sh-boom''; Sunny Dae and the Knights, ''Rock around the clock''; Ray Charles, ''I've got a woman''; Hank Ballard and the Midnighters, ''Work with me, annie''; The Robins, ''Riot in cell block number nine''; Lavern Baker, ''Tweedle dee''; Bpo Diddley, ''Bo diddley''; Chuck Berry, ''Maybellene''; Little Richard, ''Tutti frutti''; Carl Perkins, ''Blue suede shoes''; Elvis Presley, ''That's alright mama''; Bill Haley and the Comets, ''Rock around the clock''; Elvis Presley, ''Heartbreak hotel''.    
   
     
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