Tracklist

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12" Vinyl 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
A1 Good Rockin' Tonight Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill 2:13
A2 Rocket 88 Jackie Brenston with The Delta Cats 4 2:46
A3 Blue Suede Shoes Carl Perkins 4 2:13
A4 Mystery Train Little Junior's Blue Flames 2:22
A5 Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two 4.2 2:47
A6 Sitting by My Window The Five Tinos 3:28
A7 Ooby Dooby Roy Orbison and The Teen Kings 5 2:10
B1 Get Rhythm Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two 3.35 2:12
B2 Devil Doll Roy Orbison and The Roses 2:09
B3 Just Walkin' in the Rain The Prisonaires 2:42
B4 Straight A's in Love Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two with The Gene Lowery Singers 2:13
B5 Ubangi Stomp Warren Smith 1:58
B6 Bear Cat Rufus 'Hound Dog' Thomas Jr. 2:48
B7 That's All Right (Mama) Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill 1:56
12" Vinyl 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
C1 Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On Jerry Lee Lewis 4.65 2:51
C2 Matchbox Carl Perkins 2:07
C3 Lonely Weekends Charlie Rich and The Gene Lowery Singers 2:06
C4 Mona Lisa Carl Mann 2:27
C5 My Bucket's Got a Hole in It Sonny Burgess 2:14
C6 Flyin' Saucers Rock 'n' Roll Billy Riley and His Little Green Men 2:00
C7 Great Balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano 4.4 1:49
D1 Honey Don't Carl Perkins 4 2:47
D2 High School Confidential Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano 5 2:28
D3 Red Hot Billy Riley and The Little Green Men 2:29
D4 I Walk the Line Johnny Cash and The Tennessee Two 4.35 2:42
D5 Who Will the Next Fool Be Charlie Rich 2:20
D6 Raunchy Bill Justis and His Orchestra 2:20
D7 Breathless Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano 4 2:40

Credits

12" Vinyl 1

drums (drum set):
Willie Sims (1951-03-03) (track A2)
W.S. Holland (1955-12) (track A3)
Billy Pat Ellis (1956) (track A7)
bass guitar:
Jesse Knight (1951-03-03) (track A2)
mandolin:
James Morrow (1956) (track A7)
guitar:
Willie Kizart (1951-03-03) (track A2)
Luther Perkins (1955-07-30) (track A5)
Jay Perkins (1955-12) (track A3)
Johnny 'Guitar' Wilson (1956) (track A7)
Luther Perkins (1956-04-02) (track B1)
William Stewart (US Doo-Wop/R&B vocalist, member of The Prisonaires) (1953-06-01) (track B3)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-07-30) (track A5)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track A3)
Roy Orbison (1956) (track A7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track B1)
double bass:
Marshall Grant (1955-07-30) (track A5)
Clayton Perkins (1955-12) (track A3)
Jack Kennelly (1956) (track A7)
Marshall Grant (1956-04-02) (track B1)
piano:
Ike Turner (1951-03-03) (track A2)
baritone saxophone:
Jackie Brenston (1951-03-03) (track A2)
tenor saxophone:
Raymond Hill (1951-03-03) (track A2)
baritone vocals:
William Stewart (US Doo-Wop/R&B vocalist, member of The Prisonaires) (1953-06-01) (track B3)
bass vocals:
Marcell Sanders (1953-06-01) (track B3)
composer:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks A5, B1)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (track B4)
Wade Moore (track A7)
Dick Penner (track A7)
Charles Underwood (track B5)
Jackie Brenston (– 1951-03-03) (track A2)
Roy Brown (blues musician) (1947-07) (track A1)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955) (track A3)
lead vocals and tenor vocals:
Johnny Bragg (1953-06-01) (track B3)
lyricist:
John R. Cash (country music legend) (track B4)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (tracks A5, B1)
Wade Moore (track A7)
Dick Penner (track A7)
Charles Underwood (track B5)
Jackie Brenston (– 1951-03-03) (track A2)
Roy Brown (blues musician) (1947-07) (track A1)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955) (track A3)
producer:
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (track A5)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks A5, A7–B1)
tenor vocals:
John Drue (1953-06-01) (track B3)
Ed Thurman (1953-06-01) (track B3)
vocals:
Elvis Presley (King of Rock and Roll) (track A1)
Jackie Brenston (1951-03-03) (track A2)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1955-07-30) (track A5)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track A3)
Roy Orbison (1956) (track A7)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track B1)
writer:
Johnny Bragg (track B3)
Buddy Killen (track B3)
Robert Riley (track B3)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1956) (track B1)
Sun Record Company (1956) (track B1)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track A5)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks A1, A5, B1, B7)
Carlin Music Corp. (track A3)
Crudup Music (track B7)
Fort Knox Music (track A1)
Fort Knox Music Co (track A1)
Hi Lo Music (track A3)
Hill & Range (track A3)
Jason Clement Music (track B5)
Knox Music, Inc. (track A1)
Lark Music Ltd. (track A1)
Special Rider Music (track B7)
Trio Music (track A1)
Unichappell Music (tracks A3, B7)
Unichappell Music, Inc. (tracks A3, B7)
Wren Music Co. (track A3)
Hi Lo Music (1956 –) (track B5)
has remixes:
Blue Suede Shoes (test acetate) by Carl Perkins (track A3)
karaoke versions:
Ooby Dooby (karaoke) by Roy Orbison (track A7)
mash-ups:
Just a Baby by Neil Cicierega (track A5)
sampled by:
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1956 (number: 5) (order: 5) (track A3)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 95) (order: 94) (track A3)
arrangements:
cover recording of:
That’s All Right (track B7)
is based on:
Crescent City Blues (track A5)
later parody versions:
Donnie Prison Blues (track A5)
The Cats of Cash (track A5)
later translated parody versions:
Vazelina medley (track B7)
later translated versions:
Et la voix d'Elvis (track A1)
Folsom Prison Blues (German version) (track A5)
G'nagelte Schuach (track A3)
Ich sage dir adieu (track B3)
Ist schon gut (track B7)
later versions:
Straight A's Love (song from the "Empire Burlesque" sessions) (track B4)
part of:
Million Dollar Quartet (jukebox musical, book by Floyd Mutrux and Colin Escott) (track A3)
recording of:
Rocket "88" (track A2)
Ubangi Stomp (track B5)
Just Walkin’ in the Rain (1953-06-01) (track B3)
Folsom Prison Blues (1955-07-30) (track A5)
Blue Suede Shoes (1955-12) (track A3)
Ooby Dooby (1956) (track A7)
Get Rhythm (1956-04-02) (track B1)
referred to in medleys:
Do You Remember (Stars on 45) (track B7)
Good Old Rock ’n Roll (order: 5) (track A3)
Raggarkungen (order: 5) (track A3)

12" Vinyl 2

acoustic guitar:
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track D4)
drums (drum set):
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track C7)
W.S. Holland (1955-12 – 1966-12) (track D1)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1956-12-11) (track C6)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1958-01-21) (track D7)
Jimmy Van Eaton (1958-03) (track D2)
bass guitar:
Sidney Stokes (track C7)
Jay W. Brown (1958-01-21) (track D7)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1958-03) (track D2)
membranophone:
Jimmy Van Eaton (1957-02-05) (track C1)
guitar:
Jay Perkins (1955-12) (track D1)
Roland Janes (1956-12-11) (track C6)
Roland Janes (1957-02-05) (track C1)
Roland Janes (1958-01-21) (track D7)
Billy Lee Riley (1958-01-21) (track D7)
Roland Janes (1958-03) (track D2)
Billy Lee Riley (1958-03) (track D2)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track D1)
Billy Lee Riley (1956-12-11) (track C6)
bass:
Marvin Pepper (1956-12-11) (track C6)
double bass:
Clayton Perkins (1955-12) (track D1)
Marshall Grant (1956-04-02) (track D4)
electric guitar:
Luther Perkins (1956-04-02) (track D4)
piano:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1956-12-11) (track C6)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02-05) (track C1)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-10) (track C7)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-01-21) (track D7)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-03) (track D2)
composer:
Otis Blackwell (American pianist, singer and songwriter) (track D7)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (tracks C2, D1)
Charlie Rich (tracks C3, D5)
Ray Scott (Rockabilly artist: Harold Raymond Scott) (track C6)
Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader) (track C5)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track D4)
lyricist:
Otis Blackwell (American pianist, singer and songwriter) (track D7)
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (tracks C2, D1)
Charlie Rich (tracks C3, D5)
Ray Scott (Rockabilly artist: Harold Raymond Scott) (track C6)
Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader) (track C5)
John R. Cash (country music legend) (1956) (track D4)
producer:
Jack Clement (tracks C1, C7, D2, D7)
Bob Johnston (American record producer) (track D4)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (tracks C6, D2, D4, D7)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (1957) (tracks C1, C7)
vocals:
Carl Perkins (American pioneer of rockabilly music) (1955-12) (track D1)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (1956-04-02) (track D4)
Billy Lee Riley (1956-12-11) (track C6)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-02-05) (track C1)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-10) (track C7)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-01-21) (track D7)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-03) (track D2)
writer:
Otis Blackwell (American pianist, singer and songwriter) (track C7)
Roy Hall (US rockabilly pianist & songwriter) (tracks C1, C1)
Jack Hammer (Earl Burroughs, co-wrote Great Balls of Fire) (track C7)
Dave “Curly” Williams (tracks C1, C1)
Ron Hargrave (1958-01 – 1958-01-28) (track D2)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1958-01 – 1958-01-28) (track D2)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Entertainment Corporation (1956) (track D4)
Sun Record Company (1956) (track D4)
Sun Record Company (1957) (tracks C1, C7)
Sun Record Company (1958) (tracks D2, D7)
Charly Records (2008 –) (track C1)
publisher:
Aberbach (London) (Publisher) (track D4)
Carl Perkins Music Inc. (tracks C2, D1)
Carlin Music Corporation (tracks C2, C7–D2, D4, D7)
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. (tracks C1, C1)
Hi Lo Music (track D1)
Hi Lo Music Inc. (track D1)
Hill & Range (track D4)
Hill & Range Songs, Inc. (tracks C7, D2, D7)
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated) (track D4)
House of Cash, Inc. (BMI-affiliated, publisher for works of Johnny Cash) (track D4)
Knox Music Ltd. (track D1)
Knox Music, Inc. (tracks C2, D5)
MPL Communications Ltd. (not for release label use! Paul McCartney-related, London-based company) (tracks C2, D1)
Obie Music Inc. (track D7)
Penron Music (track D2)
Unichappell Music (track C2)
Whole Lotta Shakin' Music (tracks C1, C1)
recorded at:
Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, United States (1956-12-11) (track C6)
compilation of:
1. High School Confidential (take named (3.5) on BCD 17254) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track D2)
2. High School Confidential (take named (3.2) on BCD 17254) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track D2)
DJ-mixes:
edit of:
Great Balls of Fire (chat & master) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track C7)
High School Confidential (take named (3.5) on BCD 17254) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track D2)
High School Confidential (take named (3.2) on BCD 17254) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track D2)
has remixes:
Great Balls of Fire (master electronically created stereo) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track C7)
Great Balls of Fire (master differently drum overdubbed) by Jerry Lee Lewis (track C7)
Lonely Week-Ends (electronically created stereo) by Charlie Rich (track C3)
Lonely Weekends (master with removed chorus & strings) by Charlie Rich (track C3)
Lonely Weekends (master enhanced for stereo) by Charlie Rich (track C3)
remix of:
Flying Saucer Rock & Roll (undubbed master take) by Billy Riley (track C6)
part of:
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1957 (number: 1) (order: 1) (track C1)
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1957 (number: 7) (order: 7) (track C7)
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1960 (number: 17) (order: 17) (track C3)
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1958 (recordings) (number: 25) (order: 25) (track D2)
Dave Marsh: The Best of the Top 40 Singles: 1957 (number: 38) (order: 38) (track D6)
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (as at 2016-06-10) (number: 96) (order: 95) (track C7)
arrangements:
Matchbox (Bob Dylan arrangement) (track C2)
Wer Kennt Den Weg (translated) (track D4)
cover recording of:
Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On (1957-02-05) (track C1)
is the basis for:
Be-Bop Confidential (track D2)
later parody versions:
I Cross the Line (track D4)
I Walk The Line #3 (track D4)
The Cats of Cash (track D4)
later translated versions:
Jou blijf ik trouw (track D4)
Nous, quand on s'embrasse (High School Confidential) (track D2)
Tu mets le feu (track C7)
Yölinjalla (track D4)
later versions:
recording of:
Lonely Weekends (track C3)
Matchbox (track C2)
Honey, Don’t! (1955-12) (track D1)
I Walk the Line (1956-04-02) (track D4)
Flyin’ Saucers Rock ’n’ Roll (1956-12-11) (track C6)
Great Balls of Fire (1957-10) (track C7)
Breathless (1958-01-21) (track D7)
High School Confidential (1958-03) (track D2)
referred to in medleys:
Speed King / Good Times (order: 2) (track D2)
Good Old Rock ’n Roll (order: 4) (tracks C1, C1)
The Anniversary Waltz, Part 1 (order: 7) (track C7)
version of:
Match Box Blues (track C2)