This is a double album collector set with original paper sleeves. Jacket is in good condition with very little wear but does have "bumping" around the edges. More Items From Tias. Sunderland Lustre Named And Dated Mug 1854.
Multiple purchases will be combined for shipping. I will ship internationally via airmail, the price to be determined by the country of destination! All used albums have a protective paper sleeve on the LP and a protective cover on the album. Dick Clark'S American Bandstand 1957 Year Book.
Dick Clark: 20 Years of Rock 'n Roll.
Dick Clark 20 Years of Rock N'Roll LP Buddah Records 1973. Dick Clark 20 Years Of Rock N' Roll 2x LP Bill Haley Kingsmen Otis Redding James. Customs services and international tracking provided. Dick Clark 20 Years of Rock N' Roll Double Vinyl Lp's Buddah Records 1973.
Dick Clark's Rock, Roll & Remember was a four-hour oldies show named after Clark's 1976 autobiography. The first year, it was hosted by veteran Los Angeles disc jockey Gene Weed. Then in 1983, voiceover talent Mark Elliot co-hosted with Clark. By 1985, Clark hosted the entire show. Pam Miller wrote the program and Frank Furino served as producer. Each week, Clark profiled a different artist from the rock and roll era and count down the top four songs that week from a certain year in the 1950s, 1960s or early 1970s. The show ended production when Clark suffered his 2004 stroke. Dick Clark, 20 Years or Rock N’ Roll (Buddah Records) (1973). Rock, Roll & Remember, Vol. 3 (CSP) (1983). Dick Clark Presents Radio's Uncensored Bloopers (Atlantic) (1984). The History of Rock 'n' Roll. Retrieved April 20, 2012.
Album · 1998 · 20 Songs. Goodies Old Is New: Rare Singles From The Golden Age of Rock and Roll. 20th Century Rocks: 50's Rock 'n Roll - Is Here to Stay (Re-recorded Version). 20th Century Rocks: 50's Rock 'n Roll - Whole Lot of Shakin' (Rerecorded Version). The Best of Buddy Knox.
Dick Clark Productions (stylized as dick clark productions by the studio, and often abbreviated dcp) is an American entertainment production company founded by entertainer Dick Clark
Alan Freed and Dick Clark both played important parts in the rise of rock ’n’ roll (Freed embodied the incendiary spirit of the music more than Clark, refusing to play white cover versions of black songs, such as Pat Boone’s Tutti Frutti ). And though they both denied ever accepting payola, it’s almost impossible to imagine two young, popular jocks not succumbing to a little temptation. Doo-wop did to rock ’n’ roll what Sinatra and his previous generation of crooners did to jazz. No wonder then that these have been the years of conformity and depression. A stench of fear has come out of every pore of American life, and we suffer from a collective failure of nerve
|A1||–The Orioles||Crying In The Chapel||1:51|
|A2||–The Crew Cuts||Sh-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)||2:44|
|A3||–Bill Haley (And His Comets)*||(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock||2:09|
|A4||–Carl Perkins||Blue Suede Shoes||2:12|
|A5||–Johnny Cash||I Walk The Line||2:41|
|A6||–Fats Domino||I'm Walkin'||2:03|
|A7||–Jerry Lee Lewis||Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On||2:51|
|A8||–Duane Eddy||Rebel Rouser||2:22|
|B1||–The Everly Brothers*||All I Have To Do Is Dream||2:19|
|B2||–Paul Anka||Put Your Head On My Shoulder||2:39|
|B4||–Brenda Lee||Sweet Nothings||2:22|
|B6||–The Shirelles||Soldier Boy||2:39|
|B7||–Joey Dee & The Starliters||Peppermint Twist||2:00|
|B8||–The Kingsmen||Louie, Louie||2:43|
|C1||–The Shangri-Las||Leader Of The Pack||2:48|
|C2||–Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs||Wooly Bully||2:20|
|C3||–The Righteous Brothers||You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling||3:42|
|C4||–The McCoys||Hang On Sloopy||3:03|
|C5||–The Lovin' Spoonful||Do You Believe In Magic||2:04|
|C6||–The Young Rascals||Good Lovin'||3:29|
|C7||–Van Morrison||Brown-Eyed Girl||2:58|
|C8||–Otis Redding||(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay||2:38|
|D1||–Tommy James & The Shondells||Crimson & Clover||3:23|
|D2||–The Edwin Hawkins Singers*||Oh Happy Day||4:59|
|D3||–Melanie||Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)||3:48|
|D5||–Al Green||So You're Leaving||2:53|
|D6||–Gallery||Nice To Be With You||2:37|
|Bonus Flexi-Disc (Single-Sided)|
|E||–Dick Clark||Inside Stories|
NotesReleased with a booklet.
|BDS 5133-2||Dick Clark||20 Years Of Rock N' Roll (2xLP, Comp, RM, Col + Flexi, 7", S/Sided, Card)||Buddah Records||BDS 5133-2||US||1973|
|BDS 5133-2||Various||20 Years Of Rock N' Roll (2xLP, Comp)||Buddah Records||BDS 5133-2||Netherlands||1973|
|BDS 5133-2||Dick Clark||20 Years Of Rock N' Roll (2xLP, Comp, Club, Col)||Buddah Records||BDS 5133-2||US||Unknown|
|BDS.5133-2||Various||20 Years Of Rock N' Roll (2xLP, Album, Comp)||Buddah Records||BDS.5133-2||UK||Unknown|
|BDS 5133-2||Dick Clark||20 Years Of Rock N' Roll (2xLP, Comp, Col + Flexi, 7", Shape, S/Sided, Card,)||Buddah Records||BDS 5133-2||US||1973|