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Keep A Knockin - Little Richard - Talking Bout Soul (CD)

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  1. Doular says:
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  2. Zukasa says:
    Tracklist with lyrics of the album TALKING BOUT SOUL [] of Little Richard: Crossover - Without Love - My Wheel's Been Slipping All The Way - It Ain't.
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  4. Vozilkree says:
    Details Directly From My Heart: The Best of the Specialty & Vee-Jay Years, is a three-CD box set containing 64 songs that chronicle Richard’s Specialty and Vee-Jay years — to The collection contains Richard’s classics as well as B-sides and rarities. Also included is a plus page illustrated booklet fe.
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    Songtexte und Videos vom Album Talking 'Bout Soul von Little Richard und vieles mehr findest du auf leclockcourterstanwilmselibedeparthe.xyzinfo
  6. Mikanris says:
    Song information for Keep a Knockin' - Little Richard on AllMusic. Song information for Keep a Knockin' - Little Richard on AllMusic Talking 'Bout Soul. RPM: The Best of Little Richard: The Vee Jay Years. Metro:
  7. Arashitilar says:
    Directly From My Heart: The Best of the Specialty & Vee-Jay Years features 64 classics and rarities spanning the mid-’50s through the mid-’60s. Set features page booklet with notes by Billy Vera. In the early ’50s, Little Richard Penniman combined the spirit of church music, the barroom-hewn raunch of blues and the swing of New Orleans jazz and turned it into.
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  9. Jura says:
    Jun 23,  · And there was Cozy Cole with a song called “Topsy Part II” — so all of those were influential — but there was also stuff like Little Richard’s “Keep a Knockin’,” which had a great.

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