Album titlle: Roy Hall - Roy Rocks. Label Bear Family Records. When guitarist Roy Hall died in an auto wreck in 1943, his brothers continued playing with a number of other musicians including, it seems, James Faye Hall. Customer evaluation for "Roy Hall - Roy Rocks". Evaluations will be activated after verification. Hall, Roy - Roy Hall - Roy Rocks CD 1. 01 Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On. 02 Diggin' The Boogie.
Roy Hall may not be a particularly familiar name in the history of rock & roll, even if he is the songwriter responsible for one of Jerry Lee Lewis' more familiar songs "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' O. Over the course of the last 50 years, Lewis' rendition of it has become ubiquitous. Listening to Hall sing his own version of the song, however, will give encourage you to think twice about that.
James Faye "Roy" Hall (May 7, 1922 - March 3, 1984), also known by his pseudonym "Sunny David", was an American rockabilly pianist and songwriter.
Album Name Roy Rocks. Data de lançamento 2006. Labels Bear Family Records. Estilo de MúsicaRock'n'Roll. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Cat Called Domino. 7. Fool's Hall of Fame.
Listen to music from Roy Hall like Blue Suede Shoes, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Roy Hall. By the time Roy turned twenty-one, he knew that he was the best drunken piano-player in Big Stone Gap, and armed with the pride and confidence that this knowledge gave him, he departed the town of his birth to seek fame.
Roy Orbison possessed one of the great rock and roll voices: a forceful, operatic bel canto tenor capable of dynamic crescendos. He sang heartbroken ballads and bluesy rockers alike, running up a formidable hit streak in the early Sixties. From the release of Only the Lonely in 1960 to Oh! Pretty Woman. In a span of four years, Orbison cracked the Top Ten nine times. His most memorable performances were lovelorn melodramas, such as Crying and It’s Over, in which he emoted in a brooding, tremulous voice. Warbly yet forceful, vulnerable yet strong, grandiose yet intimate-Roy Orbison’s voice happens once in a generation. Orbison showcased his vocals with unconventionally written songs that ranged from operatic ballads to rockabilly jams.
|1||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On Sunny David / Dave Williams||Roy Hall||2:58|
|2||Diggin' the Boogie||Roy Hall||2:36|
|3||Off Beat Boogie||Roy Hall||2:33|
|4||Move On||Roy Hall||2:22|
|5||Three Alley Cats||Roy Hall||2:28|
|6||See You Later Alligator Robert Guidry||Roy Hall||2:31|
|8||Blue Suede Shoes Carl Perkins||Roy Hall||2:10|
|9||All by Myself||Roy Hall||2:47|
|10||Don't Stop Now||Roy Hall||2:37|
|11||You Ruined My Blue Suede Shoes||Roy Hall||2:36|
|12||Diry Boogie||Roy Hall||2:51|
|13||She Sure Can Rock Me||Roy Hall||2:32|
|14||Three Alley Cats||Roy Hall||2:28|
|15||Bad Spring Motel (23 Spring Street)||Roy Hall||3:14|
|16||Did Everybody Dig That Boogie||Roy Hall||2:21|
|17||Go Go Little Queenie||Roy Hall||2:19|
|18||One Monkey Can't Stop the Show||Roy Hall||3:02|
|19||Flood of Love||Roy Hall||2:19|
|20||My Girl and His Girl||Roy Hall||2:45|
|21||Lost My Baby||Roy Hall||2:23|
|23||Diggin' the Boogie||Roy Hall||2:24|
|24||Mule Boogie||Roy Hall||2:51|
|26||My Girl and His Girl||Roy Hall||2:40|
|27||[Untitled Track]||Roy Hall||2:41|
CreditsBo Berglind - Illustrations, Photography, Producer
Jürgen Crasser - Mastering
Sunny David - Composer
Robert Guidry - Composer
Roy Hall - Primary Artist
Martin Hawkins - Biographical Notes, Illustrations, Photography
Erich Hülsenbeck - Photo Restoration, Photo Scanning
Diethold Leu - Illustrations, Photography, Producer
Andreas Merck - Photo Scanning
Bill Millar - Producer
Carl Perkins - Composer
Dave Sax - Discography, Producer
Al Turner - Discography, Producer
Richard Weize - Discography
Dave Williams - Composer
Hans Peter Zdrenka - Illustrations, Photo Scanning, Photography, Producer