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Rockin' Rollin'


Download links and information about Rockin' Rollin' by The Collins Kids. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Rockabilly genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 34:54 minutes.

Artist: The Collins Kids
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Rockabilly
Tracks: 16
Duration: 34:54
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No. Title Length
1. The Cuckoo Rock 2:17
2. Beetle Bug Bop 2:22
3. The Rockaway Rock 2:07
4. They're Still in Love 2:04
5. Make Him Behave 2:24
6. Go Away Don't Bother Me 2:37
7. Hush Money 2:16
8. I Wish 2:29
9. Rock and Roll Polka 2:34
10. Shortnin' Bread Rock 1:50
11. Just Because 1:55
12. Hoy Hoy 2:00
13. Hot Rod 1:52
14. Soda Poppin' Around 2:28
15. Mercy 2:02
16. Sweet Talk 1:37



Larry and Lorrie, the Collins Kids, were a live act to be savored. In their early days, they were cute without being cloying and highly energetic without being annoying. As they moved into their teens by the late '50s, Larry had developed into a phenomenal guitarist while Lorrie had bloomed into a beautiful teenager with a voice that could belt out both rock & roll and sensual ballads. The recordings contained on this CD stem from live television appearances on the Town Hall Party television show, culled mostly from shows in February and May of 1959 and January 1960. Tex Ritter and Jay Stewart were the hosts of this West Coast version of The Grand Ole Opry, and some of their introductions and interview chat has been left in between numbers. Larry and Lorrie were the nominal rock & roll act on the show; their appearances would always give a show a quick shot of much-needed energy between the staid and traditional country acts, and that energy and youthful passion literally leaps off this disc. The Kids clock in with aces-up versions of "Kokomo," "Hoy Hoy," "Hot Rod," "Chantilly Lace," a blistering "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," and "Dance to the Bop," while Larry and Joe Maphis' duets on "Feisty," "Under the Double Eagle," "Wildcat," and "Hurricane" are guitar showcases with the accent on show. Lorrie's sultry voice is heard to great effect on "Waiting Just for You," an original they never got around to recording. Perhaps the most intriguing tunes here are a trio of Buddy Holly numbers ("That'll Be the Day," "Peggy Sue," and "Oh Boy!") rearranged to fit Larry and Lorrie, in completely different keys and with completely different guitar breaks than the original versions. There's not a lot of Collins Kids material available, and this collection makes a wonderful addition to their small but rocking discography.