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Brenda Lee - Queen of Rock 'n' Roll album mp3

Brenda Lee - Queen of Rock 'n' Roll album mp3
Country-Pop,Early Pop/Rock,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Rock & Roll,Rockabilly,AM Pop
  • Performer:
    Brenda Lee
  • Title:
    Queen of Rock 'n' Roll
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  • Style:
    Country-Pop,Early Pop/Rock,Nashville Sound/Countrypolitan,Rock & Roll,Rockabilly,AM Pop
  • Date of release:
    April 14, 2009
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  • Size FLAC version
    1748 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1561 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1476 megabytes
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02 - Little Jonah (Rock On Your Steel Guitar). 03 - Jambalaya (On The Bayou). 04 - Anybody But M. p3. 23 - Ring-A My Phone. 25 - Rock-A-Bye Baby Blues. 26 - One Step At A Time.

Features Song Lyrics for Brenda Lee's Queen Of Rock 'N' Roll album. Brenda Lee Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Popular Brenda Lee Lyrics. The 28-track anthology Queen of Rock 'n' Roll is a handy primer to set the record straight, focusing on her most rock-oriented sides from 1956-1964. This isn't, it should be admitted, a Brenda Lee best-of; you really need some of those pop and ballad hits, many of which were quite fine, to get a fully rounded portrait of the singer at her best

Brenda Lee is the second studio album by American pop and country artist Brenda Lee. The album was released August 1, 1960 on Decca Records and was produced by Owen Bradley. The album's second single "Sweet Nothin's" became Lee's first major hit single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking within the Top 10. This was followed by the third single "I'm Sorry" released the following year that became her first single to top the Billboard Hot 100.

Brenda Lee was born Brenda Mae Tarpley in Atlanta, Georgia. Her vocal skills were evident early on, as she won her first talent contest at age five. She performed on a local radio show and at seven became a regular on a Saturday-afternoon TV show. Her impact on rock and roll in the late Fifties and early Sixties had much to do with her youthful ability to belt out a tune. She cut material in a variety of styles, verging on rockabilly in her twangy remake of Hank Williams’ Jambalaya (Lee’s first single, issued in September 1956), sounding like a gospel singer on One Day at a Time and rocking hard on the vocal showcase Dynamite, from which she acquired her nickname. She was a sensation in Europe, especially France.

Brenda Lee – Sweet Nothin’s 2:22 10. Gene Vincent – Blue Jean Bop 2:24 11. Lloyd Price – Stagger Lee 2:22 12. Frankie Avalon – Little Bitty Pretty One 2:20 13. The Diamonds – Why Do Fools Fall In Love 2:27 1. N. Collaborations Project - Ed Sheeran. FSK Trapshit - FSK satellite. Machete mixtape 4 - machete. Gelida estate - EP - Guè Pequeno. Twerking Queen - Elettra Lamborghini. Scialla semper - Massimo Pericolo. Colpa delle favole - Ultimo.

English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português (Brasil) Русский. 로필: French series for Barclay and MCA Records releases.


Hugh Ashley - Composer
Dorsey Burnette - Composer
Hughie Cannon - Composer
Betty Logan Chotas - Composer
Duncan Cowell - Mastering
Jackie DeShannon - Composer
Fats Domino - Composer
Rob Finnis - Compilation Producer, Liner Notes, Memorabilia, Photo Courtesy
Mort Garson - Composer
Tom Glazer - Composer
Larry Harrison - Composer
Stanley Kay - Composer
Diane Lampert - Composer
Brenda Lee - Primary Artist
Nancy Lee - Composer
Jerry Leiber - Composer
John D. Loudermilk - Composer
Johnny Marks - Composer
Lee Morris - Composer
Joe Osborn - Composer
Clyde Otis - Composer
Mick Patrick - Memorabilia, Photo Courtesy
Jerry Reed - Composer
Charles Robins - Composer
Darren Rumney - Package Design
Ronnie Self - Composer
Sharon Sheeley - Composer
Mike Stoller - Composer
Mel Tillis - Composer
Wayne Walker - Composer
Marijohn Wilkin - Composer
Don Woody - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rock the Bop Mel Tillis / Wayne Walker Brenda Lee 2:14
2 Little Jonah (Rock on Your Steel Guitar) Stanley Kay Brenda Lee 2:24
3 Jambalaya (On the Bayou) Brenda Lee 2:08
4 Anybody But Me Ronnie Self Brenda Lee 2:27
5 Here Comes That Feelin' Dorsey Burnette / Joe Osborn Brenda Lee 2:11
6 Let the Four Winds Blow Fats Domino Brenda Lee 2:08
7 That's All You Gotta Do Jerry Reed Brenda Lee 2:29
8 Bigelow 6-200 Don Woody Brenda Lee 2:15
9 Dynamite Mort Garson / Tom Glazer Brenda Lee 2:03
10 Kansas City Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller Brenda Lee 2:38
11 Crazy Talk Mel Tillis / Wayne Walker Brenda Lee 2:42
12 Weep No More My Baby John D. Loudermilk / Marijohn Wilkin Brenda Lee 3:01
13 Sweet Nothin's Ronnie Self Brenda Lee 2:25
14 Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree Johnny Marks Brenda Lee 2:05
15 Talkin' 'Bout You Brenda Lee 2:37
16 Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home? Hughie Cannon Brenda Lee 2:24
17 Love You Till I Die Diane Lampert Brenda Lee 2:05
18 Hummin' the Blues Over You Larry Harrison Brenda Lee 2:09
19 Dum Dum Jackie DeShannon / Sharon Sheeley Brenda Lee 2:24
20 Let's Jump the Broomstick Charles Robins Brenda Lee 2:34
21 The Stroll Nancy Lee / Clyde Otis Brenda Lee 2:31
22 My Baby Likes Western Guys Jackie DeShannon Brenda Lee 2:14
23 Ring-A-My Phone Lee Morris Brenda Lee 2:02
24 Just a Little Betty Logan Chotas Brenda Lee 2:26
25 Rock-A-Bye Baby Blues Brenda Lee 2:17
26 One Step at a Time Hugh Ashley Brenda Lee 2:40
27 Is It True Brenda Lee 2:29
28 What'd I Say Brenda Lee 3:08