Shes Got It - Little Richard - Heres Little Richard (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ Shes Got It - Little Richard - Heres Little Richard (Vinyl)

  1. Nikokinos says:
    She's Got It Product description This debut album from Little Richard, newly re-issued on vinyl, was the highest charting album of his career, and contains two of his biggest hits Reviews:
  2. Gojar says:
    About She's Got It "She's Got It" is a song by Little Richard written by John Marascalco. The song was first issued as single in October, reaching No. 9 on Billboard's R&B chart, and was then included on Richard's debut album on Specialty Records Here's Little Richard.
  3. Yozshugami says:
    Little Richard She's Got It Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Little Richard. Here's Little Richard. Concord / Fantasy / Specialty Records: Little Richard. Greatest Hits [Onyx] Prime Kutz / Prime Cuts:
  4. Kam says:
    May 18,  · In retrospect, Little Richard's style doesn't seem so strikingly innovative as captured in 's Here's Little Richard -- his boogie-woogie piano stylings weren't all that different from what.
  5. Mat says:
    Make Offer - LITTLE RICHARD Dew Drop Inn/Freedom Blues 45 7" Rock Record Vinyl Reprise RARE MONO FIRST PRESS Little Richard His Greatest Hits Record VJLP $ 13h 54m.
  6. Arara says:
    Here's Little Richard, the legendary debut album by Little Richard is getting a 60th anniversary deluxe reissue, remastered with extra tracks ‘She’s Got It’ (alternate version).
  7. Vudojind says:
    May 18,  · "Slippin' and Slidin'" from Here's Little Richard - now officially available on vinyl. Buy at Amazon: Little Richard.
  8. Salar says:
    HERE'S LITTLE RICHARD () 1. Tutti Frutti 2. True, Fine Mama 3. Can't Believe You Wanna' Leave 4. Ready Teddy 5. Baby 6. Slippin' and Slidin' 7. Long Tall Sally 8. Miss Ann 9. Oh Why? Rip It Up Jenny Jenny She's Got It LITTLE RICHARD () Keep a Knockin' By the Light of the Silvery Moon Send Me Some Lovin' I'll /5(9).
  9. Moogugor says:
    If Little Richard's other late 50's Specialty pressings are any indication, this is probably a mono pressing with stereo labels on it. Thankfully, Specialty didn't seem to follow through with actual "enhanced stereo" until some time in the late 60's.

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