CD Rock the Joint! The Jimmy Cavallo Collection 1951-1973 (CD 955275),
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Rock the Joint! The Jimmy Cavallo Collection 1951-1973

  • 1. Rock the Joint
    2. Leave Married Women Alone
    3. I Got Eyes for You
    4. Ha Ha Ha Blues
    5. Soda Shoppe Rock
    6. That's the Groovy Thing
    7. Rock, Rock, Rock
    8. Big Beat, The
    9. Foot Stompin'
    10. Ooh-Wee (You Sure Look Good to Me)
    11. Let 'M Roll
    12. I'm with You
    13. Yo-Yo Baby
    14. Teenage Lover
    15. Dream Toy
    16. Cherry Pie
    17. Rock, Rock, Rock - (live)
    18. Don't Move Me No More
    19. Blue Turning Grey Over You
    20. Chicken Talk
    21. School Days
    22. Fanny Brown
    23. Early in the Morning
    24. Hold Me in Your Arms
    25. Too Many Heartaches
    26. Busted - Crying Time
    27. I Can't Turn You Loose
    28. Here's That Rainy Day
    29. La, La
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 146

  • Credits
    ProducerRon Spencer (Compilation); Greg Spencer (Compilation)

    Personnel: Jimmy Cavallo (vocals).
    Liner Note Author: Greg Spencer .
    Recorded between 1951-1973, Rock the Joint! is a single-disc, 29-track overview of singer/saxophonist Jimmy Cavallo. Cavallo appeared in the 1956 Alan Freed flick Rock, Rock, Rock, singing the title song with his band the Houserockers. A live version of that track is included, along with several other upbeat jumpers recorded mainly for the Coral label: "Rock the Joint," "The Big Beat," "Foot Stompin'," "Cherry Pie," and "Fanny Brown." The program only slows down during the accordion-laden "Hold Me in Your Arms" and "Too Many Heartaches" which, following the jump material, sound like Lawrence Welk fluff. The sound quality isn't top-notch, and is occasionally muddy, but fans of early rock & roll shouldn't allow that to sway them from purchasing this disc on the Blue Wave label. ~Al Campbell

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