Slippin And Slidin - John Lennon - Rock N Roll (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. The album would appear in February, , a mere five months after Walls And Bridges and a few weeks after a major turning point in his life – his reunion with Yoko.. Nowadays, Yoko can enjoy Rock’N’Roll as perhaps the most straightforward of all John’s solo records. ‘The album Rock’N’Roll is amazing.’ She says. ‘He was not just somebody who came in from the cold to the rock.
  2. Throughout this album there is a sense a history being played out. The first of Little Richard’s hits was, "Rip it Up" in December and on the b-side was "Ready Teddy"; both of which are included on the Rock ‘n’ Roll album, along with "Slipin’ and Slidin" another of Richard’s classic hits.
  3. not only worked in its own right, but poked a little fun at the style and at the Beatles as well—the marvelous "I'm Down.") When the Beatles cut old rock 'n' roll, they were recording music still in their performing repertoire, and besides, they never thought of the music as old. That makes it all the more bizarre that Rock 'n' Roll, John Lennon's celebration of early American rock, comes.
  4. Rock 'n' Roll, an Album by John Lennon. Released 2 November on Capitol (catalog no. CDP 8 2 5; CD). Genres: Rock & Roll.
  5. Rock 'n' Roll, an Album by John Lennon. Released on Parlophone (catalog no. CDP 7 2; CD). Genres: Rock & Roll.
  6. John Lennon Rock’N’Roll Review. Album. Released John Lennon recorded Rock‘N’Roll in order not to be sued. a slinky Slippin' and Slidin' and a breakneck Peggy Sue demonstrate.
  7. Jan 01,  · Rock 'n' Roll is the sixth studio album by John Lennon. Released in , it is an album of late s and early s songs as covered by Lennon. Recording the album was problematic and spanned an entire year: Phil Spector produced sessions in October at A&M Studios, and Lennon produced sessions in October at the Record Plant/5().
  8. 8. Slippin' And Slidin' 9. Peggy Sue Bring It on Home To Me/Send Some Lovin' Bony Moronie Ya Ya Just Because Recorded as part of a legal agreement resulting from the "here come old flat top" line in The Beatles' "Come Together", John Lennon revisits his old rock 'n' roll destchaltihicokerorithedowardi.coinfos:

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