Johnny Cash at Town Hall Party in 1958 singing „I Walk The Line” *Notice Luther’s Intro*

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Pionero en el Género „Arquitecto del Rock”, Little Richard nos muestra uno de sus innumerables exitos, gloria que opacara el talento del Rey Elvis, para muchos por su color de piel.

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Carl Perkins appeared on The Perry Como Show on Saturday May 26th 1956 singing his big hit Blue Suede Shoes. This was just about 3-weeks or so after the song reached it’s peak on the Billboard Pop Charts at number 2. For you Country Music fans out there, Blue Suede Shoes did reach the number […]

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From Johnnie’s appearance on the Frankie Laine TV Show in 1956. He also sings a number called „If I Had You”

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The melody for Hot Diggity (Dog Ziggity Boom) is based on Emmanuel Chabrier’s 1883 composition, „España.”

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„My Prayer,” composed in 1926 by Georges Boulanger with lyrics added by Jimmy Kennedy in 1939 and first recorded by Glenn Miller and The Ink Spots in 1939, is best known by this version recorded in 1956 by The Platters on Mercury Records reaching #1 on the Billboard Top 100 number-one singles chart. The group […]

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Enjoying great success in music, film, television, and the stage, Dean Martin was less an entertainer than an icon, the eternal essence of cool. A member of the legendary Rat Pack, he lived and died the high life of booze, broads and bright lights, always projecting a sense of utter detachment and serenity; along with […]

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Elvis Recorded Don’t be cruel,on; July 2 1956. At the RCA Studio’s , in New York. It was only Take #28, that elvis was completely satisfied with, so this is the one. It’s written by; Otis Blackwell. It became a big hit, all over the world, and is therefor aviable on a lot of cd’s. […]

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