|1||–Wanda Jackson||Let's Have A Party|
|2||–Bill Haley And His Comets||Rock Around The Clock|
|3||–Chubby Checker||Let's Twist Again|
|4||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On|
|5||–Chuck Berry||Johnny B. Goode|
|6||–Little Richard||Tutti Frutti|
|10||–The Diamonds||Why Do Fools Fall In Love|
|11||–Wanda Jackson||Kansas City|
|12||–Bobby Vee||The Night Has A Thousand Eyes|
|13||–Wanda Jackson||Tweedie Dee|
|14||–Johnny And The Hurricanes||Beatnik Fly|
|15||–Fats Domino||The Fat Man|
|16||–Bill Haley||Razzle Dazzle|
|17||–Chuck Berry||Memphis Tennessee|
|19||–Shakin' Stevens||Queen Of The Hop|
|20||–The Platters||The Great Pretender|
|21||–Ricky Nelson||Hello Mary Lou|
|22||–Bobby Freeman||Do You Wanna Dance|
|23||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Hound Dog|
|24||–The Coasters||Yakety Yak|
2 –Bill Haley And His Comets Rock Around The Clock.
And rock & roll as an American musical form is very much like a delta, collecting elements from jazz, blues, country, gospel, R&B, show tunes, and whatever else was floating around into a high-charged, rambunctious music that defined and drove pop culture across the backwaters of the 20th century and into the 21st. where rock & roll began isn't exactly answered here, this set makes for a fascinating tour through some wonderfully cool and classic stuff like Amos Milburn's rollicking "Chicken Shack Boogie," Tampa Red's desperately frantic "It's Tight Like That" (from 1927), and Les Paul and Mary Ford's timelessly amazing "How High the Moon," the first single in the.
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