Various - The Drugstore's Rockin': Vol.4, The Drugstore's Rockin' (CD)
1-CD DigiPac (6-plated) with 36-page booklet, 26 tracks, playing time 58:56 minute
Bear Family’s 'The Drugstore’s Rockin’'.
We continue the series. The idea is that you go into any drugstore or soda pop stand after school sometime between 1958 and 1963, and you’ll hear tunes blasting out of the jukebox that reflected the teenagers’ lives.
The songs might have been punched up one after the other. Some were hits; most were not. But they all said something about how teenagers lived and thought and loved in the long-gone Fabulous Fifties…which as we know, didn’t start until ’55 and didn’t end until ’64.
1Drugstore Rock 'N' RollMARTIN, Janis
2Lindy LouDE VORZON, Barry
3Don't PretendEDWARDS, Bobby
4Love At First SightLOUIS, Bobby
5Linda LeaROSE, Johnny
6Shake'em Up (And Let'em Roll)SINKS, Earl
7Walk On ByDYKE, van Leroy
8Later For You, BabyGREENE, Nick
9Johnny VagabondBONNIE GUITAR
11Bim BamBUTERA, Sam
12Countin' All The RaindropsHICKMAN, Dwayne
13Mama's Little Baby (Loves Rock 'N' Roll)LORAN, Kenny
14From A Jack To A KingMILLER, Ned
15Uh Hugh, Oh YeahHAYES, Bill
16This Weird SensationSINKS, Earl
17If You Let MeTORRIE, Bill
18Two Voices, Two Shadows, Two FacesMILLER, Ned
19Can I Count On Your LoveMARV & PATTY RAINWATER
20Magic StarLORAN, Kenny
22I Fell And Broke My HeartEDWARDS, Bobby
23Choir GirlROSE, Johnny
24Left OutFALLIN, Johnny
25I Found You OutBONNIE GUITAR
26Penny Moved AwayDE VORZON, Barry
Article properties: Various - The Drugstore's Rockin': Vol.4, The Drugstore's Rockin' (CD)
The Bear Family Records CD album series'The Drugstore's Rockin'' reflects the broad spectrum of teen rock & roll sounds that peaked in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In addition to more well-known artists such as Sonny James, the Four Preps, Jack Scott and the Crickets, the 'The Drugstore's Rockin'' CD series features many more unknown musicians such as Johnny Fallin, Earl Sinks, Barry DeVorzon, Dave Rich and Joe Melson. Who either had only a small success in the hit parades, or often came from other styles, but also wanted to get a piece of the teenage market cake.
Teenagers used to like to meet in the drugstore
Besides the four great 'The Drugstore's Rockin'' compilations on CDs, there are also CD albums by George Hamilton IV and Pat Boone! If you want to immerse yourself in the teen rock & roll and soda pop music of the 50s and early 60s, the Bear family Records 'The Drugstore's Rockin'' series is for you!
The Drugstore's Rockin'
All'The Drugstore's Rockin'' albums come in a high-quality digipack with booklets. Which contains the biographies of the performers, the discographies and many pictures!
Teenagers used to like to meet in the drugstore - there was soda pop and usually a jukebox with family-friendly music. The music on this edition, often called high school rock'n'roll, is somewhere between pop, rock'n'roll and country. She swings but doesn't hurt. Just innocent teen music.