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Various - A Rock 'N Roll Dance Party FLAC album

Performer: Various
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music
Title: A Rock 'N Roll Dance Party
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Pop Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1466 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1455 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1713 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 342

Eddie My Love" was released in March of '56. It peaked at on the nationwide pop chart and was a R&B hit. There's no other charters here. SIDE ONE Dance With Me Henry - Etta James Ko Ko Mo - Marvin and Johnny Don't Be Angry - The Cadets Eddie My Love - The Teen Queens Don't Feel Sorry.

Various Artists - Teenage Rock N Roll Party, Various UK - Import. Various Artists-The Rock 'N' Roll Legends (UK IMPORT) CD NEW.

Rock 'n' Roll Ball Dance. Rock 'n' Roll DJ Jajo Extended Party Mix. The Orchestral, Jajo. It's Gotta Be Rock and Roll Music If You Wanna Dance With Me. The Big Fat Pet Clams From Outer Space. Everybody Needs a Rock ’n’ Roll (megamix to dance). Sex, Drugs & Rock'N'Roll.


Etta James Dance With Me Henry 2:23
Marvin And Johnny* Ko Ko Mo 2:40
The Cadets Don't Be Angry 2:15
The Teen Queens Eddie My Love 3:10
Jimmy Beasley Don't Feel Sorry For Me 2:12
Marvin And Johnny* Cherry Pie 2:40
Joe Turner* I Got A Gal 2:50
The Cadets Church Bells May Ring 2:08
Joe Houston All Nite Long 2:35
Little Clydie A Casual Look 2:15
The Jacks How Soon 2:05
The Cadets Heartbreak Hotel 3:15


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LRP 3001 Various A Rock 'N Roll Dance Party ‎(LP, Comp) RPM Records LRP 3001 US 1956
5001 Various A Rock 'N Roll Dance Party ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Best Records 5001 US 1957
CLP 5001 Various A Rock 'N Roll Dance Party ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Crown Records CLP 5001 US 1957

I also found a copy at a record fair for very cheap a few weeks ago. The sleeve is in great condition even without a split. The record itself sounds OK with a little background noise. What a great record this is! A treasure!

I found this record at a used record in the Tampa, Fl area about 5 years ago, for a whoping $3. The recordings are excellent early 50's original recordings in mono. It is great to hear them as they were recorded again after so many years. I was lucky that the record is in a very good condition with minor surface noise. The cover is in good condition as it has a 5" split at the bottom. I have found listings for it in some of the record price guides with a very high rating in the $2000+ catagory if it were mint condition. As I have just purchased a true mono cartridge, the playback is excellent and very enjoyable. Early Etta James, Marvin and Johnny, The Cadets, The Teen Queens and several more great artist are all on here as they were 50 odd years ago. As RPM records was apart of the Modern records group this album was also released under the Modern label as well as the Crown label in the early 60's. If you can find any of them, grab them, you will not be dissapointed.