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This is the first collection to combine the two legendary albums made by the great songwriting team of Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller."Scooby Doo" was released in 1956 under Jerry Leiber's name and it is chock full of, as the title suggests, "Good Rock & Roll for Dancing" which is all played by the cream of Los Angeles jazz men including Ernie Freeman and Plas Johnson. "Yakety Yak" followed in 1960 and includes 11 superb versions of their biggest hits including "Bazoom", "Jailhouse Rock", "Hound Dog" and of course "Yakety Yak" all played by what is essentially the Count Basie Band just without the Count himself. Great stuff!
This is the first collection to combine the two legendary albums made by the great songwriting team of Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller."Scooby Doo" was released in 1956 under Jerry Leiber's name and it is chock full of, as the title suggests, "Good Rock & Roll for Dancing" which is all played by the cream of Los Angeles jazz men including Ernie Freeman and Plas Johnson. "Yakety Yak" followed in 1960 and includes 11 superb versions of their biggest hits including "Bazoom", "Jailhouse Rock", "Hound Dog" and of course "Yakety Yak" all played by what is essentially the Count Basie Band just without the Count himself. Great stuff!
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Good Rock & Roll For Dancing (Uk)
Artist: Leiber-Stoller Big Band
Format: CD
New: Available $16.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Last Call
2. Ernie's Journey
3. Love of My Life
4. Mama's Boy
5. Moonglow
6. Golden Rock
7. Deacon's Hop
8. Then Comes Monday
9. Tombstone Blues
10. Shove Off
11. The Runaway
12. Don't Ever Forget Me
13. Yakety Yak
14. Loving You
15. Black Denim Trousers and Motorcycle Boots
16. Bazoom
17. Poison Ivy
18. Kansas City
19. Jailhouse Rock
20. Smokey Joe's Café
21. Don't
22. Charlie Brown
23. Hound Dog

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This is the first collection to combine the two legendary albums made by the great songwriting team of Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller."Scooby Doo" was released in 1956 under Jerry Leiber's name and it is chock full of, as the title suggests, "Good Rock & Roll for Dancing" which is all played by the cream of Los Angeles jazz men including Ernie Freeman and Plas Johnson. "Yakety Yak" followed in 1960 and includes 11 superb versions of their biggest hits including "Bazoom", "Jailhouse Rock", "Hound Dog" and of course "Yakety Yak" all played by what is essentially the Count Basie Band just without the Count himself. Great stuff!

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