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Tossin And Turnin - Various - Billboard Top RockNRoll Hits - 1961 (CD, Album)

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  1. Billboard Top Rock & Roll Hits: gives you a budget priced CD with ten great rock and roll hits from The quality of the sound is rather good and I like the artwork. Bobby Lewis gets things started with his "Tossin' And Turnin'." This awesome little number rocks well and the key modulations are great!
  2. Oct 21,  · Billboard Top Rock'N'Roll Hits is a CD compilation series spanning to , with one track album for each year, attempting to capture the top 10 performing rock & roll hits of that particular year (I say "attempting" because in certain situations, legal or other copyright permissions would not allow it, as in the cases, for example, where Rhino could not acquire the rights for any.
  3. The list on this page is for all #1 hit Pop singles for using proprietary methods. Top Hits of /Top Songs of 1. Various Artists - Complete Pop Instrumental Hits Of Sixties, Vol. For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Listen online top songs VA.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Billboard Top Rock'N'Roll Hits - on Discogs.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Billboard Top Rock'N'Roll Hits - on Discogs.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Billboard Top Rock & Roll Hits: [] - Various Artists on AllMusic - - This budget ten-song selection delivers the goods 9/
  7. 7 rows · All the Billboard Top Rock'N'Roll Hits discs for years through were originally released in /89, and rereleased in with revised track listings, due to licensing restrictions. The discs replaced tracks by Elvis, the Four Seasons, Motown, the Byrds, and a few others that don't seem to fit into a pattern/5(9).
  8. One of the biggest hits of , "Tossin' and Turnin'" enjoyed a long shelf life courtesy of cover versions by countless frat bands and bluesmen. Bobby Lewis, a solid R&B/blues veteran informed by the relaxed drawl of Fats Domino, recorded the song with a twist shuffle and the twangy guitar licks of the song's co-writer, Ritchie Adams.

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