Various Artists - Rockabilly Heroes
Various Artists - Rockabilly Heroes
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Various Artists - Rockabilly Heroes

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Available in-store on Saturday 20th April - 1st come 1st served - No Pre-orders - No reservations

Any remaining stock will be released for online sales on Monday 22nd April at 8 pm

All RSD titles restricted to 1 copy per customer

LP coloured vinyl

Limited edition. Exclusive release for RECORD STORE DAY 2024

Exclusive European RECORD STORE DAY release - Not on the RSD UK list

On this Rockabilly LP you will find twenty of the greatest Rockabilly artists from the late 1950s. To name a few "Blue Suede Shoes" performed by Carl Perkins is considered one of the first rockabilly records, incorporating elements of blues, country and pop music of the time. Janis Martin was only fifteen years old when she recorded "Will You, Willyum". This album also features Elvis Presley with his first commercial hit "That's All Right" and Bobby Day's biggest hit should not be missing on this collection. To close this album Jerry Lee Lewis with "Great Balls Of Fire", this single sold more than a million times in the week it was originally released. Enjoy the Rockabilly Heroes!!


Side A:
1. Bill Haley - Rock The Joint
2. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes
3. Janis Martin - Will You, Willyum
4. Bobby Day - Rockin' Robin
5. Buddy Holly - That'll Be The Day
6. Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
7. Roxie Williams, Buddy Ray & The Shamrocks - Fifteen Seconds
8. Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-A-Lula
9. Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues
10. Wanda Jackson - Funnel Of Love
Side B:
1. Elvis Presley - That's All Right
2. Little Richard - Tutti-Frutti
3. Joyce Green - Black Cadillac
4 .The Champs - Tequila
5. Tennessee Ernie & Ella Mae Morse – False Hearted Girl
6. Charline Arthur - Welcome To The Club
7. Vince Taylor & His Playboys - Brand New Cadillac
8. Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby
9. Sparkle Moore - Skull And Cross Bones
10. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire