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Various - Midnight Cryin' Time - Teen Angst Classics From The Rock'n'Roll Era mp3 flac

  • Singer: Various
  • Album: Midnight Cryin' Time - Teen Angst Classics From The Rock'n'Roll Era
  • MP3: 1567 mb | FLAC: 1474 mb
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Vocal, Ballad, Rock & Roll, Rockabilly
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 449
  • Format: DXD MPC AC3 APE ADX MMF XM
Various - Midnight Cryin' Time - Teen Angst Classics From The Rock'n'Roll Era mp3 flac

Midnight Cryin' Time. A2. –Gabriel & The Angels. That's Life (That's Tough). You're Telling Our Secrets. A4. –Bobby Edwards (3). You're The Reason. A10. –The Four Young Men. You Been Torturing Me. A11. –Tony Rossini.

Marcie Blane - Midnight Cryin' Time: Teen Angst Classics From The Rock 'n' Roll Era Album. Artist: Marcie Blane.

Various - Midnight Cryin' Time mp3. Various - That's Life (That's Tough) mp3. A3. Various - You're Telling Our Secrets mp3. Various - You're The Reason mp3. A5. Various - Marilyn mp. Various - Born To Be Bad mp3. A8. Various - The Quiet Look mp3. A9. Various - Rock'n'Roll Blues mp3. Various - You Been Torturing Me mp3. Various - Well I Ask Ya mp3. A12. Various - Shake The Hand Of A Fool mp3.

Another quality Time-Life music collection with 500 originals from the period 1955-1964, the so called "Rock'n'Roll Era". In addition of this wonderful classics' parade, you will acquire a R'n'R encyclopedia, since each CD comes with an extensive description and historical data, in a 6 page booklet, scanned at 600 dpi. Enjoy excellent music and artwork. VA - Time Life Music: The Rock 'N' Roll Era Collection (1989 - 2001). Sanford Clark - The Fool 05. Shirley & Lee - Let The Good Times Roll 06. The Teen Queen - Eddie My Love 07. Chuck Berry - Roll Over Beethoven 08. Mickey & Sylvia - Love Is Strange 09.

The '60s - Teen Time collects 22 songs from the early part of the era, noting, "much of what they did was fluff, but it was often good fluff. The '60s - Teen Time also reminds listeners that Conway Twitty started out as a rocker with songs like "Is a Bluebird Blue," and that Freddy Cannon had more than one hit (besides "Palisade Park") with the absurd "Transistor Sister. Cuts like "Hey Little Girl" by Major Lance rise highest on the fluff meter, but not high enough to throw the collection out of balance.