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Lucille - Little Richard - The Essential Little Richard (Cassette)

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  1. The Essential Little Richard. Listen to your favorite songs from Little Richard. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now. Lucille. Little Richard. Jenny Jenny. Little Richard. Popular Albums See All.
  2. Speciality's The Essential Little Richard lives up to its billing, featuring 20 of Little Richard's finest recordings for the label. Not only are all the hits here, but there's some terrific lesser-known tunes and cult favorites slipped on at the end of the record, making this yet another great compilation of Richard's Specialty material.
  3. Added to Album: The Essential Little Richard Directly From My Heart: The Best Of The Specialty & Vee-Jay Years Good Golly! (Reissue) The Georgia Peach Rock 'N' Roll Legends (International Version) The Essential Little Richard (Remastered) The Very Best Of Little Richard.
  4. Little Richard. Richard Wayne Penniman (born December 5, ), known by the stage name Little Richard, is an American singer, songwriter, musician, recording artist, and actor, considered key in the transition from rhythm and blues to rock and roll in the mids.
  5. The Essential Little Richard, a Compilation of songs by Little Richard. Released in on Specialty (catalog no. SP ; Vinyl 12"). Genres: Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues.
  6. Richard in context: '55 rock 'n' roll & '50s Black artists, roots & branches on his musical tree. Listen to the REDUX Little Richard playlist with Amazon Music Unlimited.
  7. wahmkettapatenologandnofatibu.coinfo Rhythm and noise duke it out for the listener's attention on Little Richard's classic Specialty records. The future reverend chants and screams his often surreal--they used to call it "nonsensical"--tales of life ("Tutti Frutti"), love ("Jenny Jenny"), and rock ("Ready Teddy") over pounding piano, thumping drums, and one of the greatest horn presences (both ensemble and solo) in /5(28).
  8. – Little Richard: Lucille: – Chuck Berry: Too Much Monkey Business: – Roy Orbison And The Teen Kings: Ooby Dooby: – Elvis Presley: Heartbreak Hotel: – Larry Williams (3) Dizzy Miss Lizzy: – Johnny Cash: Cry, Cry, Cry: – Elvis Presley: I Forgot To Remember To Forget: – Charlie Feathers: Jungle.

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