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Teen Beat: 30 Great Rockin' Instrumentals CD

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  • Audio CD (27 Sept. 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Ace Records
  • ASIN: B0000009HA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 171,777 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Teen Beat - Sandy Nelson
  2. Swanee River Hop - Fats Domino
  3. Raunchy - Ernie Freeman
  4. Rumble - Link Wray
  5. The Green Mosquito - The Tune Rockers
  6. Poor Baby - The Royaltones
  7. Topsy II - Cozy Cole
  8. So Rare - Jimmy Dorsey
  9. Tequila - The Champs
  10. The Happy Organ - Dave 'Baby' Cortez
  11. The Clouds - The Spacemen
  12. Twitchy - Rene Hall
  13. Guitar Boogie Shuffle - The Virtues
  14. Wild Bird - The Jive-ATones
  15. Midnighter - The Champs
  16. Fast Freight - Arvee Allens
  17. In the Mood - Ernie Fields Orchestra
  18. So What - Yellow Jackets
  19. Wild Weekend - The Rockin' Rebels
  20. Torquay - The Fireballs
  21. Bongo Rock - Preston Epps
  22. Walk - Don't Run - The Ventures
  23. Nut Rocker - B.Bumble
  24. Wheels - String-A-Longs
  25. Bulldog - The Fireballs
  26. Rockin' Crickets - The Hot Toddys
  27. Wham! - Lonnie Mack
  28. Slumber Party - The Van-Dells
  29. Spunky - Johnny Jenkins
  30. Memphis - Lonnie Mack

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The rock & roll instrumental craze, can I call it a genre?, is one of my favourite periods of popular music. This is a truly great selection. There is a fair sprinkling of well known tracks (everyone shout out together 'TEQUILA' but how many people know the rollicking 'Midnighter'- that 'difficult' follow up recording by The Champs.

It was great to pick up Bongo Rock by Preston Epps (didn't seem to grace too many top 10 lists when it was released) but is still a staple theme tune & backing track on radio & TV. I first came across it in the 80s when Peter Young used it as one of the signature tunes on the Saturday morning 'Capital Countdown' show in London

My favourite track is the unlikely 1963 million selling 'In the Mood' - that old Glenn Miller standard given the rock & roll swing. Whilst England had the Beatles, America had the Ernie Fields Orchestra.

There is just one odd track there- since when was Tommy Dorsey rock & roll? Especially as it is not even an instrumental? When you read the lovingly written sleeve notes I think you can guess. Here was a music selection chosen by a real music fan who just snuck in a personal favourite track because he loved it. Me, I loved it too!

Great cd- definitely give it a whirl for something out of the ordinary. You may find yourself hooked.I did.
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This was the first of a 6 CD series -the 6th was The Jazz Hits-yet not once through it were Johnny & the Hurricanes included.
To answer the query on the other review its not Tommy Dorsey but his brother JIMMY who recorded So Rare for the Fraternity label just before he passed away and it could pass as a rockin' instrumental anyway unlike some of the inclusions like Hank Levine's Image.Thank God though they didn't think of including Tommy Dorsey's Tea For Two Cha Cha which is squarer than square
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HASH(0x92f0d24c) out of 5 stars Instrumental Heaven 18 Jan. 2000
By Maxwell Wiley - Published on Amazon.com
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This is an incredibly eclectic collection of instrumental hits (and non-hits) released between 1957 and 1964. If you're in the mood for guitar solos only, or surf music only, or organ music only, then you're out of luck here--it's all mixed together! And I can't stop listening to it! You want to hear the Champs do "Tequila?" OK, it comes right after the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra and chorus doing "So Rare," which follows jazz-great Cozy Cole's awesome but really hard to find "Topsy Part II." This 30-cut essential CD finishes with a couple of Lonnie Mack tunes that prove he is one the R & B guitar masters of this or any era. If you like this CD, go ahead and get Volumes 2 through 4. All of them contain a really smart mix of familiar tunes and stuff you've never heard before.
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HASH(0x92f0d2a0) out of 5 stars Simply THE Best R&R Golden Age Instrumental Series Ever 12 Nov. 2007
By George O'Leary - Published on Amazon.com
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When, during the early birth pains of R&R, Lenny Dee came out with Plantation Boogie featuring his big, driving organ sound (# 19 Billboard Pop Top 100 that spring), he was continuing a tried-and-true formula that went back to the big bands of the 1940s - the pure instrumental - designed either for your dancing pleasure, or to set a suitable mood for the evening. And themes on the boogie woogie, which dates back to 1928 and Clarence "Pinetop" Smith, were always popular.

The bands of Billy Vaughn, Don Costa, Frank Chacksfield, Percy Faith, Les Baxter, Nelson Riddle, Bert Kaempfert, Henry Mancini, Dick Jacobs and, yes, Lawrence Welk, would continue that tradition throughout the 1950s and well into the 1960s. But it was Bill Doggett who set the tone for the rock instrumental with his legendary Honky Tonk Parts 1 and 2 in 1956 [see Volume 5 in this series].

Quickly following his lead were the likes of Sul Austin, Bill Black, Paul Gayten, Bill Justis, Ernie Freeman, Lee Allen, Sandy Nelson, Duane Eddy & The Rebels, Lonnie Mack, Link Wray, The Ventures, Johnny & The Hurricanes, Cozy Cole, Dave "Baby" Cortez, The Fireballs, Santo & Johnny, Preston Epps, The Wailers, The Rock-A-Teens, Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, Doc Bagby, The Fendermen, Noble "Thin Man" Watts, Bill Haley & His Comets,and many, many more, most of whom you will find somewhere in this fabulous 5-volume (so far) series from Ace of London.

With all due respect to the Vintage Instrumentals series from Stardust of Canada (a pretty good sequence of CD's itself), it still comes a distant second to these releases, not only from the point of view of the 30 tracks in each, but also the sound quality and the copious liner notes. As in their Golden Age Of American Rock & Roll series, Ace also sprinkles the insert with vintage photos, LP/EP/45 rpm/poster reproductions and, as usual with their products, a discography of the contents.

A quick scan of the contents will reveal, to collectors familiar with the era, that the majority are tunes that have appeared in countless other such compilations, but with Ace you can rest assured that these are all original hit renditions (where applicable that is, as not all were hits), and that no one has presented them in a better-quality release. The non-hits here (but still sought after by hard-core collectors of the R&R Instrumental) are at tracks 2, 12, 14, 16, 18, 28 and 29. Swanee River Hop (track 2) comes from the 1956 LP/EP Fats Domino Rock & Rollin', Twitchy (track 12) is by the same Rene Hall whose orchestra backed the great Sam Cooke on many of his hits, while Fast Freight was a 1958 Del-Fi release by Ritchie Valens using the pseudonym Arvee Allens.

I picked up this particular volume when it came out primarily to get quality copies of three extremely hard-to-find instrumentals (at that time) - Bulldog by The Fireballs (# 24 Hot 100 early 1960 on Top Rank 2026), The Clouds by The Spacemen (# 41 Billboard Pop Hot 100 late 1959 on Alton 254 and their only hit), and Rockin' Crickets by The Hot-Toddys Featuring Bill Pennell/The Rockin' Rebels (# 57 Hot 100 in spring 1959 on Shan-Todd 0056 and # 87 Hot 100 in spring 1963 on Swan 4140 - note the error in the group name in the listing above - Toddys not Teddys). The notes contain a fascinating story about this particular number..
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
By C. Petterson - Published on Amazon.com
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As this is written there are four teen beat compilations. If you love Rock and Roll MUSIC, not the phony rip off junk of today, but real music, then you must have these discs.
Here are the foundation sounds of Rock and Roll that have endured for 45 years.
From the hits to the obscure, there is a wealth of good sounds here. Each CD is PACKED to the limit with songs. A great bargain.
HASH(0x92f0d528) out of 5 stars GREAT MUSIC 6 Feb. 2010
By Silver Fox - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been a fan of instrumental music since I was a young teenager. With the "Teen Beat" series I can listen to music I enjoyed decades ago. I have purchased all five of the CD's and would recommend them to anybody, old or young. These may or may not be the orginal recordings, but they are the tunes I remember and have enjoyed the sounds and memories.
HASH(0x92f0d4c8) out of 5 stars Five Stars 13 Jan. 2015
By Gilles Qc. - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellent produit pour tout bon collectionneur, à un prix raisonnable et livrer à temps.
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