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Dont You Rock Me Daddy-O - Lonnie Donegan - The Hit Singles Collection (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Lonnie Donegan combined an American folk song with a stripped-down, back-porch jazz dance rhythm to create what eventually became known as skiffle in Britain when “Rock Island Line” was released and took the country by storm in Donegan went on to turn the same trick with “Cumberland Gap,” “Jack O’Diamonds,” “Tom Dooley,” and other folk tunes through the s up until.
  2. Anthony James Donegan MBE (29 April – 3 November ), known as Lonnie Donegan, was a British skiffle singer, songwriter and musician, referred to as the "King of Skiffle", who influenced s British pop and rock musicians. Born in Scotland and raised in England, he was Britain's most successful and influential recording artist before the Beatles.
  3. Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O: Cucumber Gap: Gamblin' Man: Puttin' On The Style: My Dixie Darling: Jack O'Diamonds: Grand Coulee Dam: Sally Don't Grieve: Betty, Betty, Betty: Lonesome Traveller: 2. Record Lonnie's Skiffle Party (Part 1 And 2) Tom Dooley: Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour: Fort Worth Jail: Battle Of New Orleans4/5(1).
  4. Lonnie Donegan Showcase LP by Lonnie 01/ Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O by Lonnie Donegan. 4 UK. as Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group written by Wally Whyton & William Varley. 9. 04/ ④ Cumberland Gap by Lonnie Donegan. 1 UK [artist #4 hit] as Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group [Mercury ] written by traditional.
  5. Album: Rock Island Line: The Singles Anthology / Original Release Date: Genre: Singer/Songwriter. Song Duration: 1 min 41 sec. Don't You Rock Me Daddy-o Lonnie Donegan.
  6. There are 18 tunes on this disc and all the best ones. No one has ever matched Lonnie Donegan. Just great and excellent value. It starts with Rock Island Line then Cumberland Gap, Battle of New Orleans,Don't You Rock Me Daddy O, Bring a Little Water Sylvie, The Grand Coulee Dam, Sally Don't You Grieve, Dead or Alive, Tom Dooley, Jack of Diamonds,My Dixie Darling, Betty Betty Betty, /5(60).
  7. Puttin' on the Style: Greatest Hits features English skiffle king Lonnie Donegan on 25 songs recorded for Decca in the '50s and early '60s, including "Jack O'Diamonds," "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour," "I Wanna Go Home (The Wreck of the John 'B')," "Don't You Rock Me Daddy-O," and "Rock .
  8. Jul 17, - Explore thenumber1sblog's board "UK #1 hits - " on Pinterest. See more ideas about Frankie vaughan, Tommy steele, Lonnie donegan pins.

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