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The Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll Vol.10 CD

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  • Audio CD (30 Sept. 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Ace
  • ASIN: B00006IQEP
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Early in the Morning - The Rinky Dinks
  2. Will You, Willyum - Janis Martin
  3. Searchin' - The Coasters
  4. You Can Have Her - Roy Hamilton
  5. Just Because - Lloyd Price
  6. Rockin' Red Wing - Sammy Masters
  7. I Shot Mr. Lee - The Bobbettes
  8. Stood Up - Ricky Nelson
  9. Believe Me - The Royal Teens
  10. Little Girl of Mine - The Cleftones
  11. Under the Moon of Love - Curtis Lee
  12. A Lovers Question - Clyde McPhatter
  13. The Hunch - Paul Gayten
  14. Mona Lisa - Carl Mann
  15. What Can I Do - Donnie Elbert
  16. Shirley - The Schoolboys
  17. This Should Go On Forever - Rod Bernard
  18. I Love You - The Volumes
  19. For Your Precious Love - Jerry Butler & The Impressions
  20. Gilee - Sonny Spencer
  21. We Told You Not To Marry - Titus Turner
  22. Why - The Cues
  23. Dedicated to the One I Love - 5 Royales
  24. Sugaree - Rusty York
  25. Sh-boom - The Chords
  26. Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison
  27. Hearts of Stone - The Charms
  28. Ya Ya - Lee Dorsey
  29. Ain't Got No Home - Clarence Henry
  30. Maybellene - Chuck Berry

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Medium 1
Early In The Morning - RINKY-DINKS
Will You, Willyum - MARTIN, Janis
Searchin' - COASTERS
You Can Have Her - HAMILTON, Roy
Just Because - PRICE, Lloyd
Rockin' Red Wing - MASTERS, Sammy
I Shot Mr. Lee - BOBETTES
Stood Up - NELSON, Ricky
Believe Me - ROYAL TEENS
Little Girl Of Mine - CLEFTONES
Under The Moon Of Love - LEE, Curtis
A Lover's Question - McPHATTER, Clyde
The Hunch - GAYTEN, Paul
Mona Lisa - MANN, Carl
What Can I Do - ELBERT, Donnie
Shirley - SCHOOLBOYS
This Should Go On Forever - BERNARD, Rod
I Love You - VOLUMES
For Your Precious Love - JERRY BUTLER
Gilee (aka Gillee) - SPENCER, Sonny
We Told You Not To Marry - TURNER, Titus
Why - CUES
Dedicated To The One Love - FIVE ROYALES
Sugaree - YORK, Rusty
Sh-Boom - CHORDS
Ooby Dooby - ORBISON, Roy
Hearts Of Stone - CHARMS
Ya Ya - DORSEY, Lee
Ain't Got No Home - HENRY, Clarence 'Frogman'
Maybellene - BERRY, Chuck

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Format: Audio CD
The superb 'tenth' instalment of Ace's "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll" CD Series followed the same route as Volumes 1 to 9 – offering fans 30 cleverly sequenced Mono US 7" singles that hit the American Pop charts with a nice combo of the obvious and the obscure. Like preceding volumes some are in Stereo (in this case only two - see Track Notes below) and only a few tracks actually made the British charts (even though many are now well known).

And all of this rare and hip material is presented to music lovers on both sides of the pond by a British record company that gives a damn - with a hard-won reputation across four decades of reissue quality (best tape sources used – no needle drops). The full 18 volumes up to late 2015 are listed below. So lets have some 'Ya Ya' as we shake our 'Ooby Dooby' at 'Maybelline' (while her mother-in-law's out of town)...

UK and USA released September 2002 - "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll Volume 10: Hot 100 Hits From 1954-1963" by VARIOUS ARTISTS on Ace Records CDCHD 850 (Barcode 029667185028) is a 30-track CD and breaks down as follows (76:29 minutes):

1. Early In The Morning – THE RINKY-DINKS
August 1958 US 7" single on Atco 45-6121 (peaked at 24)
August 1958 UK 7" single on London HLE 8679 (didn't chart)
Credited in the UK as The Rinky-Dinks featuring Bobby Darin – the song is a co-write between Bobby Darin and Woody Harris

2. Will You Willyum – JANIS MARTIN
April 1956 USA 7" single on RCA Victor 47-6491 (peaked at 50)
Not released in the UK

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Format: Audio CD
The superb 'tenth' instalment of Ace's "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll" CD Series followed the same route as Volumes 1 to 9 – offering fans 30 cleverly sequenced Mono US 7" singles that hit the American Pop charts with a nice combo of the obvious and the obscure. Like preceding volumes some are in Stereo (in this case only two - see Track Notes below) and only a few tracks actually made the British charts (even though many are now well known).

And all of this rare and hip material is presented to music lovers on both sides of the pond by a British record company that gives a damn - with a hard-won reputation across four decades of reissue quality (best tape sources used – no needle drops). The full 18 volumes up to late 2015 are listed below. So lets have some 'Ya Ya' as we shake our 'Ooby Dooby' at 'Maybelline' (while her mother-in-law's out of town)...

UK and USA released September 2002 - "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll Volume 10: Hot 100 Hits From 1954-1963" by VARIOUS ARTISTS on Ace Records CDCHD 850 (Barcode 029667185028) is a 30-track CD and breaks down as follows (76:29 minutes):

1. Early In The Morning – THE RINKY-DINKS
August 1958 US 7" single on Atco 45-6121 (peaked at 24)
August 1958 UK 7" single on London HLE 8679 (didn't chart)
Credited in the UK as The Rinky-Dinks featuring Bobby Darin – the song is a co-write between Bobby Darin and Woody Harris

2. Will You Willyum – JANIS MARTIN
April 1956 USA 7" single on RCA Victor 47-6491 (peaked at 50)
Not released in the UK

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Format: Audio CD
The seventh instalment of Ace's "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll" CD Series follows the same route as Volumes 1 to 6 – 30 cleverly sequenced Mono US 7" singles that hit the American Pop charts with a nice combo of the obvious and the obscure. "I Like It Like That Part 1" by Chris Kenner and "Hushabye" by The Mystics are in Stereo – while only Ernie K-Doe (6) and The Cascades (23) made the British charts. And all of this rare and hip material is presented to fans by a record company that gives a damn - with a hard-won reputation across four decades of reissue quality (best tape sources used – no needle drops). The full 18 volumes up to late 2015 are listed below. So lets avoid the 'Mother In Law' as we succumb to the 'Ling, Ting, Tong' and do 'The Caterpillar Crawl' (all in the best possible taste of course)...

UK and USA released November 1998 - "The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll Volume 7: Hot 100 Hits From 1954-1963" by VARIOUS ARTISTS on Ace Records CDCHD 700 (Barcode 029667170024) is a 30-track CD and breaks down as follows (72:32 minutes):

1. Book Of Love – THE MONOTONES
February 1958 US 7" single on Argo 5290 (peaked at 5)
May 1958 UK 7" single on London HLM 8265 (didn’t chart)

2. Susie-Q – DALE HAWKINS
May 1957 USA 7” single on Checker 863 (peaked at 27)
September 1957 UK 7" single on London HL 8482 (didn’t chart)
In the liner notes it states that Ace has 'taken the original master and re-created the reverb to produce a better quality master with extra length at the end'...

3. C. C. Rider – CHUCK WILLIS
March 1957 US 7" single on Atlantic 45-1130 (peaked at 12)
June 1957 UK 7" single on London HLE 8444 (didn’t chart)

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