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5.0 out of 5 stars Volume 4 and still counting
Volume 4 of The Golden Age of American Rock and Roll is arguably one of the strongest in the series of 11, as it stands currently. There are some really outstanding tracks here, including ( but not limited to ) US Bonds "New Orleans", Dion's remake of The Drifters' "Drip Drop", Roy Hamilton's fantastic "Don't Let Go", and The Rip Chords often overlooked "Here I Stand"...
Published on 16 Feb 2010 by Anton Coy

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3.0 out of 5 stars If you like American Rock 'n' Roll, check out this CD
This CD covers a wide range of American Rock 'n' Roll music. I bought it as I run a Rock 'n' Roll Club and particularly wanted a few tracks on this CD. There's a good mix of jivers, strollers, smoochers and doo wop tracks which is great for the club. I personally would have prefered more up tempo jivers, but if you're just after a CD to listen to at home, or in the...
Published on 5 July 2004 by CT GRIMES


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Volume 4 and still counting, 16 Feb 2010
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Anton Coy "Ant" (Johannesburg, South Africa) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll Vol.4: Hot 100 Hits from 1954-1963 (Audio CD)
Volume 4 of The Golden Age of American Rock and Roll is arguably one of the strongest in the series of 11, as it stands currently. There are some really outstanding tracks here, including ( but not limited to ) US Bonds "New Orleans", Dion's remake of The Drifters' "Drip Drop", Roy Hamilton's fantastic "Don't Let Go", and The Rip Chords often overlooked "Here I Stand". Even Sal Mineo's dreadful attempt to sing "Start Movin'" is of interest, as is The Regents original "Barbara Ann", a generally unenjoyable song which The Beach Boys did little to improve on, a few years later. Good sleeve notes and clear sound reproduction make a strong case for a five-star rating, which - at the price - can scarcely be better anywhere else.
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3.0 out of 5 stars If you like American Rock 'n' Roll, check out this CD, 5 July 2004
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This review is from: The Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll Vol.4: Hot 100 Hits from 1954-1963 (Audio CD)
This CD covers a wide range of American Rock 'n' Roll music. I bought it as I run a Rock 'n' Roll Club and particularly wanted a few tracks on this CD. There's a good mix of jivers, strollers, smoochers and doo wop tracks which is great for the club. I personally would have prefered more up tempo jivers, but if you're just after a CD to listen to at home, or in the car, then this CD will give you a bit of everything.
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