From the Album Rock N Roll Roadtrip. 9 (VAT included if applicable). Rock 'n Roll Roadtrip.
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Sammy Hagar's Rock and Roll Road Trip makes a stop in Scottsdale, Arizona, where he meets up with Poison frontman Bret Michaels. The two iconic rockers sit down for a Mad Max style performance of "Your Mama Don't Dance" and tour Bret's unique Arizona home. Watch the band guide audiences through the making of Sammy's new album and see a first-time performance of one of their songs, live from the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida.
The cat’s silkiest pair of pyjamas. Anyone who hoped to be considered any variation of cool absolutely had to be listening to rock n' roll music at least once a day, and they had to be playing it loud. Otherwise they’d get a one-way ticket to the only square-shaped table in the cafeteria, where they'd eat their square-shaped sandwich along with all the other human-shaped squares. In one incident, an on-stage conflict between Dave Davies and Avory ended with Avory hitting Davies on the head with his hi-hat stand, completely knocking him out. Band conflict and concert bans aside, The Kinks have contributed enough content to be considered legends of the rock n' roll world.
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And this aptly titled release reminds you that despite their outrageous speed and ear-shattering distortion, Motörhead tunes have much more in common with Chuck Berry than Black Sabbath. Unfortunately, the songwriting here is rather uninspired for the band's standards, and the one-two punch of the phenomenal title track and the amusing "Eat the Rich" (the album's only true highlights) are over too soon
Rock, Rock, Rock! was subtitled Alan Freed: The King Of Rock’n’Roll. Though it is a rather weak film, it is notable for being sprinkled with 21 performances by early, popular rock’n’roll singers and groups. Among the best songs are ‘Tra La la’ by LaVern Baker, ‘You Can’t Catch Me’ by Chuck Berry, ‘Lonesome Train’ by The Johnny Burnette Trio and ‘I Never Had A Sweetheart’ by Connie Francis. The film features superb Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller songs, resulting in one of the most memorable rock’n’roll soundtracks of the era, and includes probably the most famous of all of Presley’s musical movie numbers, the dazzling ‘Jailhouse Rock’ dance sequence.