Ronnie Hawkins - Hey Bo Diddley: Rockin Rollin Ronnie Hawkins 58-61 | RECORD STORE DAY
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Hey Bo Diddley: Rockin Rollin Ronnie Hawkins 58-61
Artist: Ronnie Hawkins
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 604988113921

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DISC: 1

1. Hey! Bo Diddley
2. Love Me Like You Can
3. Forty Days
4. One of These Days
5. Mary Lou
6. Need Your Lovin' (Oh So Bad)
7. Odessa
8. Wild Little Willy
9. Ruby Baby
10. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
11. Oh Sugar
12. What'cha Gonna Do (When the Creek Runs Dry)
13. My Gal Is Red-Hot
14. Southern Love
15. Clara
16. Lonely Hours
17. The Ballad of Caryl Chessman (Let Him Live, Let Him Live, Let Him Live)
18. Hay Ride
19. Hey Boba Lou
20. Dreams Do Come True
21. Honey Don't
22. Sick and Tired
23. You Cheated, You Lied
24. Baby Jean
25. Summertime
26. John Henry
27. Cold Cold Heart
28. Nobody's Lonesome for Me
29. I Feel Good
30. Come Love
31. Sexy Ways
32. Matchbox
33. Suzie Q

More Info:

One of R&R's most enduring, larger-than-life characters, the late Ronnie Hawkins earned himself many nicknames over the years, e. g. 'Rompin' Ronnie', 'Mr Dynamo', and 'The Hawk'. And although he had to calm it all down a bit after he'd turned eighty, he remained one of R&R's most dynamic live performers until his recent death, in May 2022. This compilation is drawn from Ronnie's days as a heads-down Rock & Roller at the outset of his long career, built around his singles issued between 1958-61, kicking off with his almost unfeasibly rare debut 45, 'Hey! Bo Diddley' b/w 'Love Me Like You Can'. Features his two big US hits 'Forty Days' and 'Mary Lou', the latter recorded with The Hawks, who would of course morph into The Band. Also included are further Canadian hits like 'Southern Love', 'Clara', 'The Ballad Of Caryl Chessman', 'Ruby Baby' and 'Cold, Cold Heart'.