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Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock / Shake Rattle And Roll / See You Later Alligator Album

Performer:

Bill Haley

Title:

Rock Around The Clock / Shake Rattle And Roll / See You Later Alligator

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

2160 mb

Label:

Sonet

Rating:

4.0

Style:

Rock & Roll

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1989

Catalog:

BHEP 0001

Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock / Shake Rattle And Roll / See You Later Alligator Album

Tracklist

1Rock Around The Clock
Written-By – Knight, Freedman
2See You Later Alligator
Written-By – Guidry
3Shake Rattle And Roll
Written-By – Charles Calhourn

Credits

  • ProducerKenny Denton

Notes

written on back cover:
The three titles on this special collector's edition release feature Bill's original Sonet vocals with the music from the original multi-tracks removed and replaced by some tough young players from the Kenny Denton team.
According to son Jack - "this was a proyect very dear to his heart - I am sure that he (Bill) would have been very pleased with them."

℗ & © 1989 Sonet Records Ltd.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 45395 00010 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BHEP + 0001 + A ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BHEP + 0001 + B ORLAKE

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sonet Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Sonet Records Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Orlake Records

Album

Rock Around the Clock - BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Rock Around The Clock - BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS. Bill Haley Medley: Rock Around the Clock, Shake Rattle and Roll, Razzle Dazzle, See You Later Alligator - Mike Pilot. Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley. SFrom the movie: ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK 1956 The dancers include Joe Lanza, Lou Southern, Lenny Smith, Friedia Angela Wyckoff and Johnny , Rattle and Roll is the title of an early rock and roll compilation album issued by Decca Records DL 5560 in 1955, and featuring music by Bill Haley & His Comets. The album, which was issued in a 10-inch format, consisted of recordings previously issued on singles in 1954 and 1955, including the title track, and Rock Around the Clock, although at the time of this album's release in early 1955, Rock Around the Clock had not yet become a major hit. This was Haley's second album, and was one. Bill Haley - Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley. Rock Masters: Rock Around The Clock - BILL HALEY AND HIS COMETS. Bill Haley & The Comets - Shake, Rattle and Roll 03:20, Kbs. Bill Haley & The Comets - Razzle Dazzle 02:10, Kbs. Bill Haley & The Comets - See You Later Alligator 02:18, Kbs. Bill Haley & The Comets - Rock Around the Clock 02:16, Kbs. Bill Haley & The Comets - Shake, Rattle and Roll 02:31, Kbs. Bill Haley & The Comets - Thirteen Woman In Town 02:54, Kbs. Most important - you can download the album Rock Around the Clock to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: Rock Around the Clock 1955

monotronik
If the notes of the back of this ep are correct IE Haley went over to Sweden and recorded at Sonet new vocals. It's going to sound dreadful compared to the original 1956 American Decca original of which there are naturally no multi tracks there was just the original mono master mixed and cut>>>>

Note that that original mono master tape no longer exists thanks to the Universal fire on the Hollywood backlot were the tape/masters store was for 90%+ of all the tapes acquired and owned by UMG American Decca, Dot, ABC-Paramount (Am-Par), Dunhill, a really serious major disaster for the industry and American pop history gone lost forever,

If this multi-track backing and stuff is actually true then Sonet licensed the Multi's/Stereo master from Warner Bros special markets where Hailey re-recored " (We're Gonna)" + others in 1962/3. Like the sad re-recordings Chubby Checker did of his 100% mono Parkway gems (morphed into Cameo Parkway, later made bankrupt and then very very very very dubiously acquired and filched by Alan Klein almost for free, reeks of you know who's actions to acquire Bell Records from Columbia Pictures Industries and come back as Arista, CP finally morphed into Klein's "wonderful" ABKO Industries Rolling Stones, and Beatles ca$h Cow. Checker wishing to buy and own his Parkway masters and told to go agitate gravel whilst Klein spat Coca-Cola at him probably, Checker did the next best worst thing he re-recored his tracks and now in Stereo, but as with the Warner Bros Hailey recordings the re-recordings do not sound right everything is 100% wrong with them, no care was taken to follow the originals note for note, style for style. Both Checker's and Hailey's Stereo re-recordings fail so badly due to the drums more than anything + the vocals are not as they were (these are after all older singers now the chords have stretched and mellowed)

Why would 1 hit euro single Sonet play about with multi-tracks then wipe the backing and then record a new backing and a vocal? What would the point be? Makes no sense and to me looks dodgey as The Beatles Yellow Submarie Apple EP.

Best way is to compare bit by bit all three recordings:
1. The 1956 American Decca mono original
2. the 1962/3 Warner Bros Stereo re-recordings
3. This Sweden Sonet Stereo configuration with new backing and vocals!

Give me the Oriole Embassy "Chinese Session" covers and those Hallmark "Elton John" top of the pops cover compilations especially the sleeves. If it sounds strange and odd means it prob is! Frail old man going to Sweden to record new vocals? Hmmmmmmmmm the plot thickens.
Pringles
Note the use of the Philips style 1950's artwork of "EP" and "Extended Play" to imply the original vintage of the enclosed tracks.

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