Roll Over Beethoven" is a 1956 hit single written by Chuck Berry, originally released on Chess Records, with "Drifting Heart" as the B-side. The lyrics of the song mention rock and roll and the desire for rhythm and blues to replace classical music. The title of the song is an imperative directed at the composer Ludwig van Beethoven to roll over in his grave in reaction to the new genre of music that Berry was promoting
Roll Over Beethoven is a 1956 hit single by Chuck Berry originally released on Chess Records, with Drifting Heart as the B-side . Roll Over Beethoven and three other Berry songs appeared on the Rock, Rock, Rock album, ostensibly a soundtrack to the film of the same name, but only four of the twelve songs on the album appeared in the film. The Beatles’ version.
Roll Over Beethoven was Chuck Berry’s signature song, arriving in 1956 when Rock & Roll was still getting its engine running, and capturing the imagination of musicians ever since. The song’s so good, we gotta listen to it ten times. For one thing they are playing it too fast. 10. George Jones & Johnny Paycheck (1980). This one’s of the so-bad-it’s-good variety, scoring high marks for its camp value. I wasn’t sold until the girls’ voices sealed the deal in the chorus. It’s actually a pretty cool guitar effect in the solo.
Roll Over Beethoven Lyrics. It's not the way you look so vain Or the way you misspell the "ie" in my name
Album Name Roll Over Beethoven. Type EP. Released date 1974. Members owning this album0. Taken from the Johnny Walker Show,October 1971 on Radio One. 1. Roll Over Beethoven.
Album Name Roll Over Beethoven. Labels Disky Communications. Music StyleHeavy Rock. Jingle Bells, Get Out of My Life Woman. 7. 8. Mississippi Queen. 9. Nantucket Sleighride. Other productions from Mountain.