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Jailhouse Rock

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  1. Nov 21,  · Rock and Roll Identifier 78_jailhouse-rock_elvis-presley-jerry-leiber-mike-stoller_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Eric Morante User_metadataentered Eric Morante User_transferred Sean Clark.
  2. was dancin’ to the jailhouse rock. Spider Murphy played the tenor saxophone Little Joe was blowin’ on the slide trombone The drummer boy from Illinois went crash boom bang The whole rythm section was the Purple gang. Let’s rock, let’s rock Everybody in the whole cell block was dancin’ to the jailhouse rock. Number forty seven said to.
  3. The term Jailhouse derives from the fact that the styles were developed within US penal institutions. The name Jailhouse rock probably refers to the Elvis Presley film and song of that name. The most popular etymology for 52 is the allusion to the prank in which a victim is invited to play "card-pick-up".
  4. Mar 06,  · Jailhouse Rock! Shake, Rattle and Roll. Created by Celeste Clydesdale Arranged by David T. Clydesdale.
  5. Was dancin' to the Jailhouse Rock. Spider Murphy played the tenor saxophone, Little Joe was blowin' on the slide trombone. The drummer boy from Illinois went crash, boom, bang, The whole rhythm section was the Purple Gang. Let's rock, everybody, let's rock. Everybody in the whole cell block Was dancin' to the Jailhouse Rock.
  6. “Jailhouse Rock” was one of the songs that the Beatles had often covered back when they were known as The Quarrymen. But, there is only one Elvis and no one sings the song like him- in any decade. Hear his amazing leather-clad rendition of “Jailhouse Rock” again in the video below.
  7. Jailhouse Rock () is a prison-related, rags-to-riches musical-drama (and biopic parable of a predictable downfall and recovery) from director Richard Thorpe. It was the most influential black 80%.
  8. “Jailhouse Rock” is a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. The song was released as a 45rpm single on September 24, , to coincide with the release of Presley’s motion picture.
  9. "Jailhouse Rock" has one of the most memorable intros in rock history: two guitar chords with snare drum hits. The intro last just six seconds, but the pattern repeats throughout the verses, establishing a firm musical hook that remains the envy of songwriters.

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