mercoledì 12 gennaio 2011
King of Rock 'n Roll LITTLE RICHARD singt seine gröBten Hits - Life / Vinyl Rip
LITTLE RICHARD LIVE! - "King of Rock 'n Roll LITTLE RICHARD singt seine gröBten Hits - Life" / Vinyl Rip
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Artist: Little Richard
Title: King of Rock 'n Roll LITTLE RICHARD singt seine gröBten Hits - Life (Rare & Out Of Print)
Year Of Release: ?
Label: Bellaphon International BI 1513 Stereo (Germany)
Source: Vinyl Rip
Details: Lossy - mp3 - 320 kbps - 44.1 Khz - Stereo
Concert Quality / Content: BOOMBASTIC
Audio Quality: Excellent
Total Time: 00:32:17
Total Size: 80,3 MB
01) Introduction Tutti Frutti
02) Saturday Night Rock
03) Jenny Jenny
04) Bama Lama, Bama Loo
05) Long Tall Sally
06) Ready Teddy
07) Slippin' And Slidin'
08) True Fine Mama
09) Bonnie Marone
11) Keep A Knockin'
12) Bring It Back Home To Me
13) Do You Feel It
14) Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
"I want to do with my guitar what Little Richard does with his voice." (Jimi Hendrix)
Little Richard (Richard Wayne Penniman) influenced the development of a variety of major musical genres in the twentieth century and many of those genres most significant artists. James Brown, who called Penniman his idol, stated that he was the first to put the funk in the rock and roll beat via his mid-1950s road band. Otis Redding indicated that Penniman contributed significantly to the development of soul music. Richie Unterberger of allmusic.com stated that Penniman "was crucial in upping the voltage from high-powered R&B into the similar, yet different, guise of rock & roll."
Penniman has been recognized for his musical contributions by many other high-profile artists. In 1989, Ray Charles introduced him at the "Legends of Rock n Roll" concert in Rome ["The Giants Of Rock 'N' Roll", ndr.], as "a man that started a kind of music that set the pace for a lot of what's happening today." Bo Diddley stated that "Little Richard was a one-of-a-kind show business genius. He influenced so many people in the business." Paul McCartney said that he idolized Penniman when he was in school and always wanted to sing like him, and Mick Jagger called Penniman "the originator" and "my first idol." In his high school year book, Bob Dylan declared that his ambition was "to join Little Richard". In 1966, Jimi Hendrix was quoted as saying, "I want to do with my guitar what Little Richard does with his voice." Cliff Richard, Keith Richards, Bob Seger, John Fogerty, David Bowie, Elton John, Freddie Mercury, Rod Stewart, and AC/DC bandmates Bon Scott, Angus Young, and Brian Johnson are among the many other top-selling recording artists of the twentieth century who stated that Penniman was a primary rock 'n' roll influence. In 1979, as he began to develop his solo career, Michael Jackson was quoted as saying that Penniman was a huge influence on him. (Wikipedia)
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