5 edition of Early Rock "n" Roll Ballads found in the catalog.
August 1, 2002
by Hal Leonard Corporation
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||168|
While the first decade of the Rock ‘n Roll era was dominated by up-tempo hits by such artists as Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, and the Four Seasons, several other great vocalists were also famous for singing and arranging both original and “cover” versions of classic ballads that have endured over the half-century since they were first recorded. The Beatles’ nearest rivals in rock ’n’ roll were the Rolling Stones. It was the Stones who really seemed to symbolize the dangerous glamour of the genre and the time. They had no need to.
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