The Equals - Equals Rock Around the Clock flac mp3
Tracklist: 1. Diversion, 2. Put Some Rock & Roll In Your Soul, 3. Cooga Mooga, 4. Shotgun Sally, 5. Friday Night, 6. Honey Bee, 7. Lucille, 8. Sea Cruise, 9. Long Tall Sally, 10. Johnny B. Goode, 11. Shout Shout (Knock Yourself Out), 12. Rock Around The Clock. 2. Put Some Rock & Roll In Your Soul.
The Equals are a British pop, R&B and rock group formed in North London, England in 1965. They are best remembered for their million-selling chart-topper "Baby, Come Back", though they had several other chart hits in the UK and Europe. Eddy Grant founded the group with Pat Lloyd, John Hall, and brothers Derv and Lincoln Gordon, and they were noted as being "the first major interracial rock group in the UK" and "one of the few racially mixed bands of the era".
Rock Around The Clock. Written-By – A. Collins (tracks: B1), C. Haynes (2) (tracks: A5), C. Berry (tracks: B4), Derv Gordon (tracks: A2, A4), E. Grant (tracks: A1, A3, A6), E. Johnson (tracks: B3), E. Maresca (tracks: B5), . Rock Around The Clock Vo. (8-Trk, Album). President Records, Ampex.
Equals Rock Around the Clock.
Rock Around the Clock" is a rock and roll song in the 12-bar blues format written by Max C. Freedman and James E. Myers (the latter being under the pseudonym "Jimmy De Knight") in 1952. The best-known and most successful rendition was recorded by Bill Haley & His Comets in 1954 for American Decca. It was a number one single on both the United States and United Kingdom charts and also re-entered the UK Singles Chart in the 1960s and 1970s.
The Equals and Rock Sounds, Vol. 1. 02:54.
rock around the clock album cover, rock around the clock bill haley album Rock Around the Clock was the third album of rock and roll music by Bill Haley and His Comets Released by Decca Records in December 1955 it was, like the two albums that preceded it, a compilation album of previously issued singles Most of the album's contents had in. fact been previously issued by Decca earlier in 1955 on the album Shake, Rattle and Roll Unlike the previous release, which was in the 10-inch format, the new album was a full 12-inch release and included additional tracks from 1955 It was also the fi. .