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Ronnie Hawkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, The Band, Lawrence Gowan & Jeff Healey - Let It Rock! The Rock'N'Roll Album Of The Decade album mp3

Ronnie Hawkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, The Band, Lawrence Gowan & Jeff Healey - Let It Rock! The Rock'N'Roll Album Of The Decade album mp3

Performer: Ronnie Hawkins
Title: Let It Rock! The Rock'N'Roll Album Of The Decade
Released: 1995
Style: Rockabilly, Rock & Roll
Rating: 4.7
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Performer – Carl Perkins, Carl Perkins Band (tracks: 9,10), Jeff Healey, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lawrence Gowan, Ronnie Hawkins, The Band, The Hawks (2) (tracks: 1,2,3,5,6,7,811,1217,18). Performer, Backing Vocals – Lianne (4), Tim Bouaconti. Performer, Guitar, Backing Vocals – Sam Boutzouvis. Final track is a studio recording featuring Ronnie Hawkins & The Band, recorded at Bearsville Studio, September 1992. Artist-per-track listed as on rear and/or in liner notes, but in reality there is a lot more cross pollination, with Healey, Gowan, The Band & The Hawks playing on many tracks.

Let It Rock is a Juno Award-nominated album that documents American-Canadian singer Ronnie Hawkins' 60th birthday celebration and concert at Massey Hall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The concert took place on January 8, 1995 and featured performances by Hawkins, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Band and Larry Gowan. Jeff Healey sat in on guitar for most, if not all, of the performances. Hawkins' band, The Hawks, or permutations of it, backed most, if not all, of the acts.

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Your one-stop shop for Canadian classic rock. With THE BEST OF RONNIE HAWKINS album in the fall of '63, further singles followed - including "High Blood Pressure," "Goin' to the River," "Home From the Forest," and "Bluebirds Over the Mountain," - the highest charter during this period at in Canada. But within a year, his backup band was forming a mutiny, having grown weary of not being able to spread their musical wings. Joining him on stage throughout the night and performing on their own were Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Band, Gowan, and Jeff Healy, among many others. The house band for the night consisted of various incarnations of a who's who list of other artists he'd worked with, or had influences on - dubbed The Rock 'N' Roll Orchestra.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Ronnie Hawkins with The Rock'N'Roll Orchestra Let It Rock
Written-By – Berry*
2 Ronnie Hawkins with The Rock'N'Roll Orchestra Down In The Alley
Written-By – Marvin*, Berns*, Martin*, Burke*
3 Ronnie Hawkins Mamma Come Home
Written-By – Griffith*
4 The Band Remedy
Written-By – Linden*, Weider*
5 Lawrence Gowan When There's Time For Love
Written-By – Schwartz*, Souther*, Gowan*
6 Lawrence Gowan Good Golly Miss Molly
Written-By – Mavascalo*, Blackwell*
7 Lawrence Gowan Long Tall Sally
Written-By – Johnson*, Penniman*, Blackwell*
8 Ronnie Hawkins Featuring Lawrence Gowan Wild Little Willie
Written-By – Hawkins*
9 Carl Perkins Match Box
Written-By – Perkins*
10 Carl Perkins Blue Suede Shoes
Written-By – Perkins*
11 Ronnie Hawkins Mary Lou
Written-By – Obie Young Jessie*
12 Ronnie Hawkins Ruby Baby
Written-By – Leiber/Stoller*
13 The Band The Weight
Written-By – Robertson*
14 The Band Rock'N'Roll Shoes
Written-By – Lyle*, Kennerley*
15 Jerry Lee Lewis Featuring Jeff Healey Whole Lotta Shakin'
Written By – Williams*
16 Jerry Lee Lewis Featuring Jeff Healey Great Balls Of Fire
Written-By – Hammer*, Blackwell*
17 Ronnie Hawkins With The Rock'N'Roll Orchestra Bo Diddley
Written-By – McDaniel*
18 Ronnie Hawkins With The Rock'N'Roll Orchestra Who Do You Love
Written-By – McDaniel*
19 Ronnie Hawkins Featuring The Band Days Gone By [Bonus Track]
Accordion – Garth HudsonBass – Terry DankoChorus – Leah Hawkins, Rick DankoDrums – Jerry BairdDrums, Harmonica, Mandolin – Levon HelmGuitar – Buzz ThompsonVocals – Ronnie HawkinsWritten-By – Thompson*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Quality Music & Video
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Quality Music & Video
  • Manufactured For – The Quality Records Partnership
  • Manufactured By – Warlock Records, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Warlock Records, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Massey Hall
  • Recorded At – Bearsville Studios
  • Mixed At – Skylab Studio
  • Mixed At – Magnetic Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trilogy Entertainment Group, Inc.

Credits

  • Engineer – Bob Shindle, Scott McCrorie
  • Management [Ronnie Hawkins' Personal Management] – Backstage Productions International, Steve Thomson
  • Mixed By – Scott McCrorie
  • Performer – Carl Perkins, Carl Perkins Band (tracks: 9,10), Jeff Healey, Jerry Lee Lewis, Lawrence Gowan, Ronnie Hawkins, The Band, The Hawks (tracks: 1,2,3,5,6,7,811,1217,18)
  • Performer [Additional Musicians], Backing Vocals – Lianne , Tim Bouaconti
  • Performer [Additional Musicians], Guitar, Backing Vocals – Sam Boutzouvis
  • Performer [Additional Musicians], Slide Guitar – Pat Rush
  • Performer [Carl Perkins Band], Bass – Greg Perkins
  • Performer [Carl Perkins Band], Drums – Stan Perkins
  • Performer [Carl Perkins Band], Grand Piano – Joe Schenk
  • Performer [Carl Perkins Band], Rhythm Guitar – Jerry Elston
  • Performer [The Band], Bass – Rick Danko
  • Performer [The Band], Drums – Levon Helm, Randy Ciarlante
  • Performer [The Band], Keyboards – Lawrence Gowan, Richard Bell
  • Performer [The Band], Keyboards, Horns – Garth Hudson
  • Performer [The Band], Lead Guitar – Jeff Healey, Jimmy Weider*
  • Performer [The Hawks], Backing Vocals – Leah Hawkins
  • Performer [The Hawks], Baritone Saxophone – Rick Morrison
  • Performer [The Hawks], Bass – Terry Danko
  • Performer [The Hawks], Drums – Gerry Baird*
  • Performer [The Hawks], Guitar – Buzz Thompson, Robin Hawkins
  • Performer [The Hawks], Keyboards – Brent Bailey
  • Performer [The Hawks], Tenor Saxophone – Bert Hermiston
  • Performer [The Hawks], Trumpet – Peter Jeffrey
  • Performer [The Rock'N'Roll Orchestra], Lead Vocals – Ronnie Hakins
  • Performer [The Rock’N’Roll Orchestra], Grand Piano – Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Performer [The Rock’N’Roll Orchestra], Guitar – Carl Perkins
  • Performer, Keyboards – Lawrence Gowan
  • Producer – Ronnie Hawkins, Steve Thomson

Notes

1994 concert at Toronto's Massey Hall to celebrate Ronnie Hawkins' 60th birthday. Also released on video as Let It Rock! The Rock'N'Roll Video Of The Decade.

Final track is a studio recording featuring Ronnie Hawkins & The Band, recorded at Bearsville Studio, September 1992.

Artist-per-track listed as on rear and/or in liner notes, but in reality there is a lot more cross pollination, with Healey, Gowan, The Band & The Hawks playing on many tracks. Jeff Healey & Lawrence Gowan are mistakingly credited as members of The Band in the liner notes.

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