Little Richard - The Great Little Richard album download
|A1||Introduction by Gene Nobles of W.L.A.C 1956|
|A2||The Thing (alternate take)|
|A3||Birmingham (alternate take)|
|A4||Baby Face (alternate take)|
|A5||Ooh My Soul (alternate take)|
|A6||Kansas City (alternate take)|
|A7||Hound Dog (live)|
|B1||Crying In The Chapel|
|B2||I Asked The Lord (previously unreleased)|
|B3||It's A Mircale (P.U.)|
|B4||Old Ship Of Zion (P.U.)|
|B5||I Keep On Living (P.U.)|
|B6||Walk Through The Valley (P.U.)|
|B7||Let's Pray For Peace (P.U.)|
NotesAlternative takes + live Olympia Paris 1966 + more.
Little Richard (released as Volume 2 in the UK) was the eponymous second studio album by Little Richard, released in 1958. Side one. "Keep A Knockin'" (Richard Penniman). By the Light of the Silvery Moon" (Gus Edwards, Edward Madden). Send Me Some Lovin'" (John Marascalco, Leo Price). I'll Never Let You Go (Boo Hoo Hoo Hoo)" (Richard Penniman). Heeby-Jeebies" (Maybelle Jackson, John Marascalco). All Around the World" (Robert Blackwell, McKinley Millet).
This page is a discography for rock and roll musician Little Richard. He began his recording career in 1951, signing to RCA Victor, and moved to Peacock Records in 1953. He attained international success after signing with Specialty Records in 1955. RCA Victor sessions: WGST Studio, Atlanta, October 16, 1951, and January 12, 1952. Peacock sessions: Houston, February 25 and October 5, 1953. Little Richard recorded the demonstration tape for Specialty at WBML Studio, Macon, on February 9, 1955.
2019 All Tracks Remastered. Little Richard, Little Richard, Various Artists. The Girl Can't Help It.
They are also rife with double entendre, a sophisticated form of wit that has been largely displaced by the contemporary single entendre. Although I am far from expert in pop music history, I now classify Dick Clark (Rock Around the Clock), Little Richard, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis as the forefathers of Rock. One person found this helpful. How can you not love Little Richard, one of the early founders of Rock and Roll! You just have to smile and get up and dance! Each song sort of went into the next.
Biography by Richie Unterberger. The wildest and arguably the greatest and most influential of the '50s rock & roll singers, notoriously covered by white artists.
1. Little Richard Boogie. 21. Thinkin' 'Bout My Mother. 22. Please Have Mercy On Me. 23. Call His Name - Kittrell, Christine & Little Richard. 24. Sittin' Here Drinking Again - Kittrell, Christine & Little Richard. 25. Lord Have Mercy - Kittrell, Christine & Little Richard.
Album · 2008 · 25 Songs. Little Richard's Greatest Hits (Recorded Live). Here's Little Richard (Mono Version). Directly from My Heart: The Best of the Specialty & Vee-Jay Years.