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Rock Around The Clock

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  1. Jun 07,  · Rock Around The Clock chords Bill Haley and The Comets (Freedman / Myers) A One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock, rock A7 Five, six, seven o'clock, eight o'clock, rock A Nine, ten, eleven o'clock, twelve o'clock, rock E7 We're gonna rock around the clock tonight. A Put your glad rags on and join me, hon, A7 we'll have some fun when the clock strikes one D7 We're gonna rock around the clock.

  2. About “Rock Around the Clock” 3 contributors Written by Max C. Freeman and Jimmy DeKnight in , this song is one of rock and roll’s earliest hits and widely considered one of the first.

  3. Watch the video for Rock Around the Clock from Sex Pistols's The Great Rock 'N' Roll Swindle for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  4. Rock Around the Clock is the third album of rock and roll music by Bill Haley and His lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.coinfoed by Decca Records in December it was, like the two albums that preceded it, a compilation album of previously issued singles. Most of the album's contents had in fact been previously issued by Decca earlier in on the album Shake, Rattle and lowsmasiptigotiledanmortmisdihe.coinfo: Rock and roll, rockabilly.

  5. Thunderclap from Sunshine Coast, Australia It is generally accepted by music historians that 'We're Gonna Rock Around The Clock Tonight!' was recorded by Sonny Dae & His Knights, circa October It was under the 'ARCADE' label, owned by Jack Howard, who died December,

  6. Mar 21,  · Directed by Fred F. Sears. With Bill Haley and the Comets, Bill Haley, The Platters, Ernie Freeman Combo. Orchestra manager Steve Hollis realizes that big-band music is dead. People want something new, but what? On their way to New York, Steve and his companion Corny, stop at a motel in a small place called Strawberry Springs. It's Saturday evening, and a huge number of young people /10(1K).

  7. Rock Around The Clock has been called the first official rock & roll album, although technically it's more what we could today call a "greatest hits." (it came along a good decade or so before the album - as opposed to random collection of tracks - came to be regarded as an art form in it's own right.) what was being compiled was a handful of /5(63).

  8. Rock Around the Clock was basically the Shake, Rattle & Roll 10" disc with four fine vintage numbers -- "Two Hound Dogs," "Razzle Dazzle," "Rock-a-Beatin' Boogie," and "Burn That Candle" -- added on. Frannie Beecher's break on "Razzle Dazzle" was worth the price of the platter (probably all of four dollars, albeit in dollars, when that represented most of a tank of gas, eight subway 8/

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