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Roll Over Beethoven - Nat Stuckey - New Country Roads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The song Roll Over Beethoven was written by Chuck Berry and was first recorded and released by Chuck Berry and His Combo in It was covered by Piano Dreamers, Olympic, Peter Jezewski, Die Firestone-Band and other artists.
  2. Roll Over Beethoven (Live in Germany) Lyrics: Well, gonna write a little letter / Gonna mail it to my local DJ / It's a rocking little record / I want my jockey to play / Roll over Beethoven.
  3. Buy & Sell Beethoven CDs, Vinyl & Box Set albums. More musicians. Top $ Paid for New & Used CDs & Vinyl LPs since Read Discography. ()
  4. May 27,  · Mountain was recorded live at the Capitol Theater in Passaic, New Jersey, on November 3, , for the popular King Biscuit Flower Hour radio series. The show was later released as an album under the title King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents Mountain. This disc is that same show with a slightly altered sequence, but it's all here, including a ten-minute-plus version of "Nantucket Sleighride.".
  5. “Roll Over Beethoven”—Chuck Berry () Added to the National Registry: Essay by Bruce Pegg (guest post)* Chuck Berry Original label “Maybellene” may have been his first hit song. “Johnny B. Goode” may have been his most influential. Improbably, the sophomoric “My Ding-A .
  6. Aug 16,  · The sound of the Columbia vinyl is pretty amazing, not what I was expecting having listened for years to crappy balances on assorted vintage Columbia vinyl, Bernstein, Ormandy, etc. This is a different beast altogether. My recently-acquired copy is minty fresh — maybe unplayed save the Fifth, natch — and was only $
  7. Roll Over Beethoven lyrics: Well I'm a write a little letter gonna mail it to my local DJ Yes it's a jumpin' little record I want my jockey to play Roll over Beethoven I gotta hear it again today You know my temperature' Roll Over Beethoven by Nat Stuckey. Well I'm a write a little letter gonna mail it to my local DJ. Yes it's a jumpin.
  8. Their version of "Roll Over Beethoven" was recorded on July 30, , for their second British LP, With the Beatles, and features Harrison on vocals and guitar. In the United States, it was released April 10, , as the opening track of The Beatles' Second Album.

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