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1956 Start of School Year September In the Still of the Night The Five Satins
In the Still of the Night
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 3:03
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 
Although it never reached the top 10 for even one week in New York City during its original release, "In the Still of the Night" kept winning polls as the most popular oldie for decades afterwards (at least in the eastern half of the country - "Earth Angel" might claim that distinction for those who grew up with a stronger tie to Los Angeles). Both songs were featured on the first "Oldies But Goodies" album, which charted continuously from September 1959 into 1963.
 
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The Closer You Are The Channels
The Closer You Are
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 3:02
Sequenced by: released third week of 8/56
Honored by:
 
This song only charted in New York City but is well known to doo-wop lovers everywhere.
 
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October Race With the Devil Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
Race With the Devil
CD Source: The Screaming End: Best of (1956-57)
Time: 2:02
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 
This follow-up to Be-Bop-A-Lula never caught on with radio programmers.
 
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Love Me Tender Elvis Presley
Love Me Tender
CD Source: Elv1s - 30 #1 Hits (1956-77+)
Time: 2:42
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Anyway You Want Me Elvis Presley
Anyway You Want Me
CD Source: Elvis` Golden Records (extended) (54-57)
Time: 2:12
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Blueberry Hill Fats Domino
Blueberry Hill
CD Source: Fats Rocks (1949-61)
Time: 2:24
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Singing the Blues Marty Robbins
Singing the Blues
CD Source: The Essential 1951-1982 (2)
Time: 2:26
Sequenced by: country
Honored by:
 
Guy Mitchell covered this song and had a huge, huge pop hit with it, but the original is a better record, and was a giant country hit in its own right. The samples illustrate the difference between records that are pitched to the country and pop markets. Mainly, even as today, they differ primarily in instrumentation and vocal style. The original features a slide guitar and Marty Robbins using his yodel to great effect. The cover replaces the slide guitar with various background vocalizing - including whistling! - and exploits Guy Mitchell`s versatile voice to sound every bit the contemporary pop stylist.
 
Sample 1: Singing The Blues - Guy Mitchell
 
Sample 2: Singing The Blues - Marty Robbins
 
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Too Much Monkey Business Chuck Berry
Too Much Monkey Business
CD Source: Chuck Berry Rocks (1955-64)
Time: 2:54
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 
"Too Much Monkey Business" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" were A and B sides of Chess 1635. One side lagged a few weeks behind the other.
 
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Lonely Avenue Ray Charles
Lonely Avenue
CD Source: Pure Genius-Complete Atlantic (52-59) (7) +DVD
Time: 2:42
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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November Brown Eyed Handsome Man Chuck Berry
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
CD Source: Chuck Berry Rocks (1955-64)
Time: 2:19
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: RS DM
 
"Too Much Monkey Business" and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" were A and B sides of Chess 1635. One side lagged a few weeks behind the other.
 
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Love Me Elvis Presley
Love Me
CD Source: 2nd To None (1954-77+)
Time: 2:43
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DG
 
"Love Me" was the lead song of a four-track "extended play" (EP) record. It was unusual for EPs to make the singles chart at all; it was unprecedented for one to reach the top 10, where "Love Me" remained for two months, peaking at #6. The song was written ("as a send-up of country music") by Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller and originally recorded on their Spark label in 1954 by gospel singers Willy & Ruth. Comparing the samples, ignoring the stark differences in production values, you can hear clearly how Elvis` sincerity, commitment, and great vocal skills transformed an ordinary, simple tune into an unforgettable, bravura performance.
 
Sample 1: Love Me - Elvis Presley
 
Sample 2: Love Me - Willy & Ruth
 
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December Oh, What A Night The Dells
Oh, What A Night
CD Source:
Time: 2:54
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 
The Dells recorded an updated and rearranged version of this song in 1969. They covered their own song! This original version was also spelled "Oh What A Nite" at the time.
 
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Goodnight My Love Jesse Belvin
Goodnight My Love
CD Source:
Time: 3:04
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 
For years, the song which Alan Freed played last on his radio show - his "sign-off" song.
 
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The Train Kept A-Rollin` The Johnny Burnette Trio
The Train Kept A-Rollin`
CD Source: The Golden Era of Rock `N` Roll 1954-1963 (3)
Time: 2:16
Sequenced by: released second week of 10/56
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Since I Met You Baby Ivory Joe Hunter
Since I Met You Baby
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:43
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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A Thousand Miles Away The Heartbeats
A Thousand Miles Away
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:25
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Ain`t Got No Home Clarence "Frog Man" Henry
Ain`t Got No Home
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:20
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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1957 January Young Love Sonny James
Young Love
CD Source: Traditions in Country Music (1945-58)
Time: 2:29
Sequenced by: country
Honored by:
 

 
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Blue Monday Fats Domino
Blue Monday
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:15
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM DG
 

 
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Jim Dandy LaVern Baker
Jim Dandy
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:10
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Love is Strange Mickey & Sylvia
Love is Strange
CD Source: Golden Age of American R&R v11 (1955-63)
Time: 2:55
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM DG
 
If you want the original hit single of this song, you must listen carefully. A second master tape has frequently been reissued on CD that has a female vocalist dubbed over the background vocal on the original (first heard 18 seconds into the song). Even my "reference" series, the vaunted Bear Family "Blowing The Fuse" 1957 CD, has the wrong version! One other source for the undubbed master is "The Golden Era of R&R 1954-1963" Hip-O 2251 (2004).
 
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February End of the Road Jerry Lee Lewis
End of the Road
CD Source: Jerry Rocks (1956-77)
Time: 1:48
Sequenced by: released second week of 12/56
Honored by:
 

 
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The Girl Can`t Help It Little Richard
The Girl Can`t Help It
CD Source: Little Richard Rocks (1951-64+)
Time: 2:20
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Twenty Flight Rock Eddie Cochran
Twenty Flight Rock
CD Source: All We Wanna Do Is Rock (1953-60)
Time: 1:44
Sequenced by: in movie, "The Girl Can`t Help It"
Honored by:
 

 
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Butterfly Charlie Gracie
Butterfly
CD Source: Cameo Parkway Greatest Hits(1957-1966)
Time: 2:21
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Ain`t That Love Ray Charles
Ain`t That Love
CD Source: Pure Genius-Complete Atlantic (52-59) (7) +DVD
Time: 2:50
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 

 
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March Party Doll Buddy Knox
Party Doll
CD Source:
Time: 2:12
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Walking Along The Solitaires
Walking Along
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 2:32
Sequenced by: released fourth week of 1/57
Honored by:
 

 
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I`m Walkin` Fats Domino
I`m Walkin`
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:09
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Walkin` After Midnight Patsy Cline
Walkin` After Midnight
CD Source: A Century of Women in Music (1909-98)(5)
Time: 2:32
Sequenced by: country
Honored by:
 

 
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Little Darlin` The Diamonds
Little Darlin`
CD Source: Doo Wop Edition of Golden Age of R&R series (1953-63)
Time: 2:06
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM DG
 

 
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Come Go With Me The Dell-Vikings
Come Go With Me
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:37
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 
Do you remember a different spelling of the group`s name, like "Del Vikings," "Dell Vikings," or "Del-Vikings"? All four variations were used at one time or another. During summer 1957 at one point there were four records on sale by three different configurations of group members using slight variations of the same name! For more details, see the excellent group bio by Bruce Eder on the AllMusic site.
 
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All Shook Up Elvis Presley
All Shook Up
CD Source: Elv1s - 30 #1 Hits (1956-77+)
Time: 1:58
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DG
 

 
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April Just Because Lloyd Price
Just Because
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:45
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 

 
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Lucille Little Richard
Lucille
CD Source: Little Richard Rocks (1951-64+)
Time: 2:23
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Send Me Some Lovin` Little Richard
Send Me Some Lovin`
CD Source: The Essential (1955-59)
Time: 2:16
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Matchbox Carl Perkins
Matchbox
CD Source: Carl Rocks (1955-75+)
Time: 2:07
Sequenced by: released second week of 2/57
Honored by:
 

 
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School Day Chuck Berry
School Day
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:40
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM DG
 

 
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A White Sport Coat Marty Robbins
A White Sport Coat
CD Source: The Essential 1951-1982 (2)
Time: 2:28
Sequenced by: country
Honored by:
 

 
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C.C. Rider Chuck Willis
C.C. Rider
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:28
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 

 
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May Louie Louie Richard Berry
Louie Louie
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:11
Sequenced by: released first week of 4/57
Honored by:
 
Louie Louie is the rare rock & roll song whose story has merited an entire book (by Dave Marsh). Writer and original performer Richard Berry had been the uncredited bass singer on both "Riot in Cell Block #9" and "The Wallflower." His Jamaican-flavored ballad was a regional west coast hit that never charted. The Kingsmen turned it into a very popular garage-rock staple with nearly unintelligible lyrics and a crazy guitar break. The original Flip recording is hard to find. The Kingsmen`s cover completely transforms its sound and feel. Wikipedia provides more details.
 
Sample 1: Louie Louie - Richard Berry
 
Sample 2: Louie Louie - The Kingsmen
 
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Over the Mountain, Across the Sea Johnnie and Joe
Over the Mountain, Across the Sea
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 

 
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Bye Bye Love The Everly Brothers
Bye Bye Love
CD Source: Best (1957-60)
Time: 2:20
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Young Blood The Coasters
Young Blood
CD Source: The Very Best of (1954-61)
Time: 2:19
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Searchin` The Coasters
Searchin`
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:43
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM DG
 

 
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June Susie-Q Dale Hawkins
Susie-Q
CD Source: Chess Rhythm & Roll (1947-67) (4)
Time: 2:12
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear Elvis Presley
(Let Me Be Your) Teddy Bear
CD Source: Elv1s - 30 #1 Hits (1956-77+)
Time: 1:43
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Jenny Jenny Little Richard
Jenny Jenny
CD Source: Little Richard Rocks (1951-64+)
Time: 2:00
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 

 
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July Short Fat Fannie Larry Williams
Short Fat Fannie
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:24
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Whispering Bells The Dell-Vikings
Whispering Bells
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 2:15
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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August To the Aisle The Five Satins
To the Aisle
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box II (+1953-63) (4)
Time: 2:41
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Long Lonely Nights Lee Andrews & The Hearts
Long Lonely Nights
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 2:50
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by:
 

 
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That`ll Be The Day The Crickets
That`ll Be The Day
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 2:15
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Whole Lotta Shakin` Goin` On Jerry Lee Lewis
Whole Lotta Shakin` Goin` On
CD Source: Jerry Rocks (1956-77)
Time: 2:51
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Honeycomb Jimmie Rodgers
Honeycomb
CD Source:
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Mr. Lee The Bobbettes
Mr. Lee
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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September Rockin` Pneumonia and The Boogie Woogie Flu Huey Smith & The Clowns
Rockin` Pneumonia and The Boogie Woogie Flu
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Farther Up the Road Bobby Bland
Farther Up the Road
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:57
Sequenced by: R&B
Honored by: DM
 
Bobby Bland was better known as Bobby "Blue" Bland throughout his career. That`s how he was credited on Farther Up the Road. After 1960, however, "Blue" was usually omitted from his name on singles releases but not from his albums. I decided to omit "Blue" in the Timeline to make searching more consistent. See this discography for details.
 
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Lotta Lovin` Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
Lotta Lovin`
CD Source: The Screaming End: Best of (1956-57)
Time: 2:10
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Start of School Year Happy, Happy Birthday Baby The Tune Weavers
Happy, Happy Birthday Baby
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:17
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Think The `5` Royales
Think
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:35
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Wake Up Little Susie The Everly Brothers
Wake Up Little Susie
CD Source: Best (1957-60)
Time: 2:00
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Keep a` Knockin` Little Richard
Keep a` Knockin`
CD Source: Little Richard Rocks (1951-64+)
Time: 2:17
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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October Jailhouse Rock Elvis Presley
Jailhouse Rock
CD Source: Elv1s - 30 #1 Hits (1956-77+)
Time: 2:26
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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You Send Me Sam Cooke
You Send Me
CD Source: Portrait of a Legend (1951-64)
Time: 2:42
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Silhouettes The Rays
Silhouettes
CD Source: Cameo Parkway Greatest Hits(1957-1966)
Time: 2:43
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 
"Silhouettes" was a big national hit, peaking at #3 for two weeks and remaining in the top ten for over two months against really heavy competition. But in the New York City area it was a monster, the #1 song of the entire year 1957 according to my compilation of the weekly charts of WMGM, the dominant top 40 radio station at the time. During its run of seven weeks at #1 it fended off the challenges of both "You Send Me" and "Jailhouse Rock."
 
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Little Bitty Pretty One Thurston Harris
Little Bitty Pretty One
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:22
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Tonite, Tonite The Mello-Kings
Tonite, Tonite
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Reet Petite Jackie Wilson
Reet Petite
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:43
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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My Special Angel Bobby Helms
My Special Angel
CD Source:
Time: 2:57
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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November Raunchy Bill Justis
Raunchy
CD Source: Instrumentals,Vol.1: The `50s (57-59)
Time: 2:20
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Could This Be Magic The Dubs
Could This Be Magic
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box II (+1953-63) (4)
Time: 2:15
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Rock and Roll Music Chuck Berry
Rock and Roll Music
CD Source: Chuck Berry Rocks (1955-64)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS
 

 
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Peggy Sue Buddy Holly
Peggy Sue
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Everyday Buddy Holly
Everyday
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 2:07
Sequenced by: B-side of Peggy Sue
Honored by: RS
 

 
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December Great Balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis
Great Balls of Fire
CD Source: Jerry Rocks (1956-77)
Time: 1:51
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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At the Hop Danny & The Juniors
At the Hop
CD Source: The Golden Era of Rock `N` Roll 1954-1963 (3)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Teardrops Lee Andrews & The Hearts
Teardrops
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box (+1953-63+) (4)
Time: 2:20
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Buzz, Buzz, Buzz The Hollywood Flames
Buzz, Buzz, Buzz
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:16
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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1958 January Oh Boy! The Crickets
Oh Boy!
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 2:06
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Not Fade Away The Crickets
Not Fade Away
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 2:22
Sequenced by: B-side of Oh Boy!
Honored by: RS
 

 
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The Stroll The Diamonds
The Stroll
CD Source: The Best of (1956-59+)
Time: 2:32
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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I`ll Come Running Back to You Sam Cooke
I`ll Come Running Back to You
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:10
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Get a Job The Silhouettes
Get a Job
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:45
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM DG
 

 
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Don`t Elvis Presley
Don`t
CD Source: Elv1s - 30 #1 Hits (1956-77+)
Time: 2:48
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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February Don`t Let Go Roy Hamilton
Don`t Let Go
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 
The earliest stereo version of a single originally released in mono that is included in the Timeline.
 
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Maybe The Chantels
Maybe
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:48
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Sweet Little Sixteen Chuck Berry
Sweet Little Sixteen
CD Source: Chuck Berry Rocks (1955-64)
Time: 2:59
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 
Chuck Berry`s original recording clocked in at 3:10. A couple of early CD reissues used this original *studio* master, which is how I first learned about it. It was speeded up about 6% for release, as had previously been done with a few Fats Domino releases. Five years after this release, Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys put new "surfer" lyrics to the melody and arrangement of "Sweet Little Sixteen." Chuck Berry was officially identified as the co-writer of "Surfin` USA" before long.
 
Sample 1: Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck Berry
 
Sample 2: Surfin` U.S.A. - The Beach Boys
 
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Reelin` and Rockin` Chuck Berry
Reelin` and Rockin`
CD Source: Chuck Berry Rocks (1955-64)
Time: 3:15
Sequenced by: B-side of Sweet Little Sixteen
Honored by:
 

 
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We Belong Together Robert & Johnny
We Belong Together
CD Source: The Doo Wop Box II (+1953-63) (4)
Time: 2:46
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Tequila The Champs
Tequila
CD Source: Instrumentals,Vol.1: The `50s (57-59)
Time: 2:09
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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March Good Golly Miss Molly Little Richard
Good Golly Miss Molly
CD Source: Little Richard Rocks (1951-64+)
Time: 2:08
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: RS DM DG
 

 
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Maybe Baby The Crickets
Maybe Baby
CD Source: Greatest Hits (1957-58)
Time: 1:59
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Breathless Jerry Lee Lewis
Breathless
CD Source: Jerry Rocks (1956-77)
Time: 2:39
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Don`t You Just Know It Huey Smith & The Clowns
Don`t You Just Know It
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:30
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Book of Love The Monotones
Book of Love
CD Source: Blowing the Fuse/R&B Classics(1945-60)(16)
Time: 2:19
Sequenced by: single
Honored by: DM
 

 
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Twilight Time The Platters
Twilight Time
CD Source: Enchanted - The Best of (1955-60 & 66-67)
Time: 2:44
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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Believe What You Say Ricky Nelson
Believe What You Say
CD Source: Rockin` with Ricky (1957-62)
Time: 2:02
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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April Wear My Ring Around Your Neck Elvis Presley
Wear My Ring Around Your Neck
CD Source: 2nd To None (1954-77+)
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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I Met Him on a Sunday The Shirelles
I Met Him on a Sunday
CD Source: 25 All-Time Greatest Hits (1958-64)
Time: 2:14
Sequenced by: single
Honored by:
 

 
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