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Bobby Day Best

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Bobby Day: Best

(2002/ACE) 28 tracks Class/Rendevous 1957-61 w.12 page booklet.


Day, Bobby - Best CD 1
1: Rockin' Robin
2: Over And Over
3: Little Bitty Pretty One
4: The Bluebird, The Buzzard & The Oriole
5: Gee Whiz
6: Little Turtle Dove
7: You Made A Boo Boo
8: When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
9: Sweet Pea
10: That's My Desire
11: Gotta New Girl
12: Saving My Life For You
13: Ain't Gonna Cry No More
14: Chains Of Love
15: Mr. & Mrs. Rock 'N' Roll
16: When She Walks
17: Honeysuckle Baby
18: Sweet Little Thing
19: Say Yes
20: That's All I Want
21: Life Can Be Beautiful
22: I Need Help
23: What Fools We Mortals Be
24: King's Highway
25: Oop-I Du-Pers Ball
26: Teenage Philosopher
27: Slow Pokey Joe
28: Three Young Rebs From Georgia


Artikeleigenschaften von Bobby Day: Best

  • Interpret: Bobby Day

  • Albumtitel: Best

  • Artikelart CD

  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Rock & Roll
  • Music Sub-Genre 201 Rock & Roll
  • Label ACE

  • SubGenre Rock - Rock'n'Roll

  • EAN: 0029667183420

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.100

Interpreten-Beschreibung "Day, Bobby"

Bobby Day

Rockin' Robin

Bobby Day

Rockin' Robin

We have already heard once from Bobby Day on this compilation as a member of the Hollywood Flames. Later that same year, he emerged as a solo artist on Class Records. Born in Fort Worth, Texas in 1930 (although he usually claimed 1932 or 1934), Robert James Byrd moved to Los Angeles in 1947, and began his performing career at Johnny Otis’ Barrelhouse Club. Surely the first rock ‘n’ roll record with a piccolo, Rockin’ Robin was one of those tunes that, once heard, followed you around, demanding 89 cents.

The co-writer of Rockin’ Robin, incidentally, is ‘Jimmie Thomas’ aka Class Records’ owner Leon Rene. The other side of the record, Over And Over, was just as good. It was just one of the 65 singles on 23 different labels that Bobby Day cut during the Fifties. As noted, Day wrote and recorded the original version of Little Bitty Pretty One, but Thurston Harris scooped him. With unimaginable effrontery, Harris then covered the flip-side of  Rockin’ Robin, the equally memorable Over And Over, but Day laughed last by promoting what had been his flip-side all the way to #2. That was 1958, which proved to be his career year, but sadly the last good year. Day temporarily relocated to Australia before settling in Florida.

Although his records were no longer selling, his songs were often revived, with Dave Clark taking Over And Over to the top in 1965, Michael Jackson taking Rockin' Robin to #2 in 1972, and the Jackson Five reaching the Top 20 with Little Bitty Pretty One in 1972.


Various - Blowing The Fuse 1958 - Classics That Rocked The Jukebox

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