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Album: Noman And The Gods Of Rock N' Roll
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The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll" is a single by Mott the Hoople, from 1974's The Hoople. It reached number 16 on the UK Singles Chart. Performed live by Mott, "The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll" would usually follow a piano take on the first verse of Don McLean's "American Pie", hence following the latter's statement, "The day the music died". Ian Hunter would declare: "Or did it? Ladies and gentlemen, The Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll!", whereupon the whole band launched into the song.
Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll is an album by Chuck Berry and soundtrack to the film of the same name, which was released in 1987 under record label, MCA. The album was recorded live at The Fox Theatre, St Louis, Missouri and Berry Park, Wentzville, Missouri on October 6 and October 16, 1986. The event was held to celebrate Berry's 60th birthday and it included several special guests.
Name gives you identification in the world and you carry this identification from cradle to grave. Parents therefore, pay immense attention to choose a suitable name for their new born. You can find Noman under "N" list, and there are 218 more names in this list. Names similar to are also listed here and can even listen to the audio on this page to understand the actual pronunciation of the name. This information is enough to give a clear idea about the name.
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I Love Rock 'n Roll is the second studio album by Joan Jett and the first with her backing band The Blackhearts. Soon after the first recording sessions at Soundworks Studios, original Blackheart guitarist Eric Ambel was replaced by Ricky Byrd. It is Jett's most commercially successful album to date with over 10 million copies sold, largely due to the success of the title track, which was released as a single soon after the album was released.
Rock 'N' Roll – which was going to be titled Oldies but Mouldies until a black-and-white photo of a 20-year-old Lennon in Hamburg inspired the cover art and a new title – managed to make it to No. 6, and was Lennon's last album before his five-year retirement. When he resurfaced in late 1980 with Double Fantasy, he was sober, reunited with Ono, a father to a five-year-old son and at a place far from the one he was stumbling through when he recorded Rock 'N' Roll. Three weeks after his comeback record came out, he was killed.
|1||Forget About Reality|
|2||What's Right For You|
|3||The Best of You|
|5||The Happy Song|
|6||Black And Blue|
|8||Model Train Town|
|9||Home In The Jungle|
|10||Is That What I'm Living For|
NotesNoman: Vocals, guitar
Jamie: Guitar, backing vocals
Wendell: bass, backing vocals
Liner notes by "Baboon", pseudonym for Aaron Margosis, a radio programmer at WTJU in Charlottesville when Noman was active.
Genre: Rock / Blues
Title: Where Was I Then
Title: This Rock Is Hard.
Title: Last Train Home
Genre: Rock / World, Country
Title: Home Grown
Title: Hallowed Be Thy Agony
Title: Volume 3
Title: Short Term Solutions For Long Term Problems
Title: Heaven Taste
Title: Rock ´n Roll
Title: Because We Say So