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British Rock 'n' Roll at Decca

Tra La LaAK
Hokey-Kokey Rock 'n' RollCPT
Shotgun Rock 'n' RollCPT
No Other BabyDBS
You Won't Be AroundTS
I'm Comin' HomeMB
Don't Go HomeMB
Linton AddieJD
Rockin' Away the BluesJ&D
Rock around the MailbagTWTT
Lady MayEH
Sleep walkJB
I Can't Help ItLTHB
If You Were the Only Boy in the WorldSM
Foxy Little MamaLTHB
Will You Love Me Tomorrow?MBTO
Entry of the GladiatorsNTG
The Trek to RomeNTG
Bless YouGM
Earth AngelRSTW
Wicked WomenDL
Play MoneyDL
My Baby's Crazy 'Bout ElvisBB
I've Been EverywhereTM
Jack the RipperSLS
Don't You Just Know ItSLS
I'm a Hog for YouSLS
Monster in Black TightsSLS

AKAnnette Klooger
CPTConfrey Phillips Trio
DBSDickie Bishop & The Sidekicks
TSThe Stargazers
MBMost Brothers
JDJackie Dennis
J&DJoy & David
TWTTTerry White & The Terriers
LTHBLittle Tony & His Brothers
EHEddie Hickey
JBJohnny's Boys
SMStevie Marsh
RSRhet Stoller
MBTOMike Berry with The Outlaws
NTGNero & The Gladiators
GMGarry Mills
RSTWRobb Storme & The Whispers
DLDon Lang & His Boulder Rollers
BBBilly Boyle
TMThe Mudlarks
SLSScreaming Lord Sutch

This release represents the latest instalment in Vocalion's survey of vintage British rock n' roll from the Decca archives. The third volume spans the years 1957-1963 and contains many rare and sought-after Decca singles by some cult names. Particularly notable among these are Screaming Lord Sutch, who performs Monster in Black Tights and Don't You Just Know It among others. In the UK the Screaming Lord later became a politician (of sorts) and kept British voters smiling by fronting The Monster Raving Looney Party! Guitarist/composer Rhet Stoller, who appeared on Volume 2 in this series (CDLK 4364), is featured with Chariot, one side of his sought-after 1960 Decca single. The Most Brothers - one of whom later became legendary pop producer Mickie Most - contribute with I'm Comin' Home, Dottie and Don't Go Home. Terry White & The Terriers are represented with Rock Around the Mailbag, their Joe Meek-produced 1959 single and the flipside to Blackout that featured on Volume 2. There is much more besides on this superb compilation, which provides yet another fascinating glimpse into the '50s/'60s UK pop scene and proves the Brits could rock with the best of 'em.

Remastered from the original analogue tapes.

CDLK 4372

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