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1. Eddie Dugosh Strange Kinda Feeling
2. Gene Vincent Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back
3. Chuck Miller Saturday Night Fish Fry
4. Andy Doll Hey Ba Ba Re Bop
5. Moon Mullican Grandpa Stole My Baby
6. Jerry Duane Rip It Up
7. Jerry Lee Lewis Save The Last Dance For Me
8. Johnny Preston Feel So Fine
9. Danny Lanham A Lover's Question
10. Everly Brothers Hey Doll Baby
11. Al Ferrier No No Baby
12. Lawrence Shaul Tutti Frutti
13. Paul Peek The Rock-A-Round
14. Shirley Jean Wiley Long Tall Sally
15. Lonnie Miley Satellite Fever Asiatic Flu
16. Feelin' Joyous Go On Fool
17. Johnny Scoggins Flat Foot Sam
18. Frances Faye It's You I Love
19. Gerry Granahan Dance Girl Dance
20. The Tyrones Blast Off
21. Ernie Sigley The Big Beat
22. Link Davis Johnny Be Good
23. Cody Brennan And The Temptations Ruby Baby
24. Bunny Paul Honey Love
25. The Four Lovers Lawdy Miss Clawdy
26. Tommy La Beff [Sleepy LaBeef] Tore Up
27. The Dixie Harmonaires Honey Hush
28. Joe Perkins One Night

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Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock & Roll 3 - Dance Girl Dance is the third album in the series containing twenty-eight songs, and ends like Rock 'n' Roll evenings of the past, with a love song. The music is sourced from the golden years of 1953 through to 1962, from labels large and small. The album is stuffed full of American and Australian Rockers, and it is noticeable that crooners and country music performers needed to make some coin and jumped onto the Rock 'n' Roll bandwagon, often using a made-up identity. Many artists in the series are too many are mostly unknown, but not they are not lacking in star quality and the songs have danceability! Some titles had a pre-1950s history or were issued initially on independent labels, and Jukeboxes were often filled from labels that mainly covered hit recordings. Many of these cover songs had no writing credits or conflicting authorship, and the information on the album is taken from the source 45 RPM. The album will take where possible will credit the first American issue of a song. Below the used song the R&B versions information will be displayed, and should there be differing authorship or title, this will be indicated within the text.