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Domino, Fats - Let the Four Winds Blow
(California CEP-330 Swe-61 VG+ 175:-)

The most popular exponent of the classic New Orleans R&B sound, Antoine Domino sold more records than any other black rock & roll star of the 1950s. His relaxed, lolling boogie-woogie piano style and easygoing, warm vocals anchored a long series of national hits from the mid-'50s to the early '60s.

Original Swedish EP; containing "Let the Four Winds blow", "In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town", "Won't You come Back" and "I'm alone because I Love You".
Lymon, Frankie - Jailhouse Rock
(Sonet T-7017 Swe-58 VG+ 225:-)

Franklin Joseph Lymon was an American rock and roll/rhythm and blues singer, best known as the boy soprano lead singer of the New York City-based early rock and roll group The Teenagers. After Lymon went solo in mid-1957, both his career and that of the Teenagers fell into decline. He was found dead at the age of 25 on the floor of his grandmother's bathroom from a heroin overdose.

Original Swedish single; b/w "Waitin' in School".
Marcels - Blue Moon
(Colpix CEP-807 Swe-61 VG 200:-)

The Marcels were a doo-wop group known for turning American classical pop songs into rock and roll. The group formed in 1959 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and signed to Colpix Records, with lead Cornelius Harp, bass Fred Johnson, Gene Bricker, Ron Mundy, and Richard Knauss. In 1961 many were surprised to hear a new version of the ballad "Blue Moon" that began with the bass singer saying, "bomp-baba-bomp" and "dip-da-dip." The record sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. It is featured in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.

Original Swedish EP on RED vinyl; containing "Blue Moon", "Goodbye to Love", "A Fallen Tear" and "Over the Rainbow".