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DISC 1

1. Rock And Roll Music - Chuck Berry
2. Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
3. Be Bop A Lula - Gene Vincent
4. Great Balls Of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
5. Three Steps To Heaven - Eddie Cochran
6. You're So Square (Baby I Don't Care) - Buddy Holly
7. At The Hop - Danny & The Juniors
8. Mona Lisa - Conway Twitty
9. Woo Hoo - Rock - A - Teens
10. Shirley Lee - Ricky Nelson
11. Rock Around The Clock - Bill Haley
12. Chantilly Lace - The Big Bopper
13. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
14. Let's Have A Party - Wanda Jackson
15. Lonesome Train - Johnny Burnette
16. Over And Over - Thurston Harris
17. Tequila - The Champs
18. Ain't That A Shame - Fats Domino
19. Forty Miles Of Bad Road - Duanne Eddy
20. A Teenager In Love - Dion & The Belmonts
21. Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard
22. Bye Bye love - The Everly Brothers
23. Let's Jump The Broomstick - Brenda Lee
24. La Bamba - Ritchie Valens
25. Suzie Q - Dale Hawkins

 

DISC 2

1. C'Mon Everybody - Eddie Cochran
2. Shout! Shout! (Knock Yourself Out) - Ernie Maresca
3. Hey Doll Baby - The Everly Brothers
4. Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy
5. Drugstore Rock And Roll - Janis Martin
6. Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry
7. Party Doll - Buddy Knox
8. Little Darlin' - The Diamonds
9. Tongue Tied Jill - Charlie Feathers
10. Oh Boy - The Crickets (featuring Buddy Holly)
11. Rockin' Bones - Ronnie Dawson
12. Stupid Cupid - Connie Francis
13. Raunchy - Bill Justis
14. Tutti Frutti - Little Richard
15. Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley
16. Under The Moon Of Love - Curtis Lee
17. Whole Lotta Woman - Marvin Rainwater
18. Jungle Rock - Hank Mizell AKA Jim Bobo
19. Willie And The Hand Jive - The Johnny Otis Show
20. Rock The Bop - Brenda Lee
21. Go! Go! Go! - Roy Orbison
22. Hot Rock - Johnny Carroll
23. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley
24. Rumble - Link Wray And His Ray Men
25. It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty

 

DISC 3

1. Rip It Up - Little Richard
2. Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day
3. Come On, Let's Go - Ritchie Valens
4. Alley-Oop - Hollywood Argyles
5. Bony Moronie - Larry Williams
6. Dynamite - Brenda Lee
7. High School Confidential - Jerry Lee Lewis
8. Let There Be Drums - Sandy Nelson
9. Come Here Jo-Anne - Tommy Boyce
10. Kansas City - Wilbert Harrison
11. Short Shorts - Royal Teens
12. Summertime Blues - Eddie Cochran
13. Teen Beat - Sandy Nelson
14. That's All Right - Elvis Presley
15. Be My Guest - Fats Domino
16. Chariot Rock - The Champs
17. Bluejean Bop - Gene Vincent
18. Charlie Brown - The Coasters
19. Splish Splash - Bobby Darin
20. Ready Teddy - Buddy Holly
21. Wake Up Little Susie - The Everly Brothers
22. The Shape I'm In - Johnny Restivo
23. Rockhouse - Roy Orbison
24. Red River Rock - Johnny And The Hurricanes
25. Since I Don't Have You - The Skyliners

 

DISC 4

1. There's Good Rockin' Tonight - Ricky Nelson
2. Breathless - Jerry Lee Lewis
3. That'll Be The Day - The Crickets
4. Dixie Fried - Carl Perkins
5. The Girl Can't Help It - Little Richard
6. Do You Wanna Dance - Bobby Freeman
7. Pretty Thing - Bo Diddley
8. High Blood Pressure - Huey 'Piano' Smith &The Clowns
9. Rockin' Daddy - Eddie Bond
10. Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck Berry
11. Honey Hush - Johnny Burnette
12. Rocking Goose - Johnny And The Hurricanes
13. Love Potion #9 - The Clovers
14. Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison
15. Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford
16. That's My Little Suzie - Ritchie Valens
17. Robot Man - Connie Francis
18. Duck Tail - Joe Clay
19. Bottle To The Baby - Charlie Feathers
20. Say Mama - Gene Vincent
21. Little Bitty Pretty One - Thurston Harris
22. Razzle Dazzle - Bill Haley & His Comets
23. Giddy Up A Ding Dong - Freddie Bell & The Bell Boys
24. High School Dance - Larry Williams
25. Don't Be Cruel - Elvis Presley

100 Rock 'N' Roll Hits

Artist VARIOUS ARTISTS

Format 4CD

Cat No NOT4CD007

Bar-Code 5060324800071

Availability: In stock

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"Hey, hey, my, my” sang Neil Young, “rock & roll will never die”. And it was the guys - and a couple of feisty gals - represented here who wrote the rulebook. Today, over 60 years later, people still argue about what exactly rock & roll is. Some say that rock & roll - real rock & roll - went downhill in February 1959, when the plane carrying Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens crashed, killing all onboard, but nothing could kill the spirit, the sensation, the feel, the energy of that music. Half a century on, just listen here, to a century of Rock & Roll Greats…

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