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NOW Music is proud to present 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics'! Immerse yourself in the nostalgia and magic of the '50s and '60s with 100 iconic tracks. This is not just an album; it's a passport to transport you to the golden age of Rock 'n' Roll, Doo-wop and Soul! Bill Haley & His Comets kick things off with the classic '(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock'. Carl Perkins 'Blue Suede Shoes' and Elvis Presley follow, inviting you to the 'Heartbreak Hotel'. The string of iconic tracks continues with 'Tutti Frutti', 'Johnny B Goode' 'C'mon Everybody', 'Great Balls Of Fire' and 'Let's Twist Again'. The Crystals add a touch of youthful exuberance to the mix with 'Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)', then it's time to step onto the dance floor with Little Eva's infectious 'The Locomotion'. The timeless charm of Fats Domino's 'Blueberry Hill' and Buddy Holly & The Cricket's 'Heartbeat' are included in a run of Pop-nostalgia-gold that also features Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, and Connie Francis before Lesley Gore, with a classic anthem of teenage heartache and rebellion 'It's My Party', and more teen-angst from The Shangri-La's. Slowing things down with The Five Satins and their harmonies 'In The Still Of The Night', before Paul Anka wraps up CD 1 with 'Put Your Head On My Shoulder'. CD 2 opens with Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons with the infectious 'Sherry', then Chris Montez, The Contours and Brian Poole & The Tremeloes will have you belting out their hits with them. Essential '60s jukebox gems from Dusty Springfield with 'I Only Want To Be With You', and Petula Clark with 'Downtown' lead into Roy Orbison's 'Oh, Pretty Woman'. Julie London's 'Fly Me To The Moon', delivers Jazz-infused Pop sophistication alongside Etta James and Peggy Lee. The Marvelettes deliver 'Please Mr. Postman,' and The Velvelettes 'He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'; both Motown marvels that capture the excitement of the new Soul sound and the anticipation of what was coming up on the Jukebox next! Doris Day's 'Move Over Darling' adds a touch of playful charm before Conway Twitty wraps up this CD with 'It's Only Make Believe'. Chubby Checker invites you to a 'Dancin' Party' to open CD 3, while Jackie Wilson's 'Reet Petite' infuses the collection with irresistible energy. Bill Haley & His Comets keep the dance floor alive with 'Shake, Rattle And Roll', and Dion's 'Runaround Sue' spins a tale of love and adventure. Del Shannon's 'Runaway' then sweeps you into a Pop whirlwind before superb Pop-drama with 'You Don't Own Me', 'Chapel Of Love' and 'I Wish I Were A Princess'. Neil Sedaka's 'Oh! Carol' and Paul Anka's 'Diana' are legendary smashes of the era, and lead toward a run of Doo-wap classics from The Marcels with 'Blue Moon,' The Penguins with 'Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)', plus The Crew Cuts and Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans with 'Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts?'. The dreamy 'Johnny Angel' and the plaintive vocals of Brenda Lee's 'I'm Sorry' brings CD 3 to a close. The timeless 'True Love Ways' from Buddy Holly opens the final disc, and a run of massive hits including 'Cathy's Clown', 'I Fought The Law', Eddie Cochran's 'Three Steps To Heaven' and Cliff Richard's 'Move It'. Next up, Elvis Presley's unmistakable 'Hound Dog' and Chuck Berry's 'No Particular Place To Go' remind us why these tracks are legendary. Fats Domino adds his distinctive New Orleans flavour with 'Ain't That A Shame' and then The Ronettes take centre stage with 'Be My Baby'. Betty Everett's sassy 'The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)', and The Toys and The Chiffons present the best in Soul-Pop vocals. Carole King's peerless 'It Might As Well Rain Until September' leads to The Mamas & The Papas defining 'Dedicated To The One I Love'. Winding down toward the close - Pop stories of lost love, 'The End Of The World', 'Sealed With A Kiss' and 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore'.but it's The Righteous Brothers bringing the curtain down on this epic collection with the #1 sing-a-long classic 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics' is a celebration of the classics that defined an era when Pop music was moving feet, and hearts were beating in time to the sounds coming from the Jukebox.
NOW Music is proud to present 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics'! Immerse yourself in the nostalgia and magic of the '50s and '60s with 100 iconic tracks. This is not just an album; it's a passport to transport you to the golden age of Rock 'n' Roll, Doo-wop and Soul! Bill Haley & His Comets kick things off with the classic '(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock'. Carl Perkins 'Blue Suede Shoes' and Elvis Presley follow, inviting you to the 'Heartbreak Hotel'. The string of iconic tracks continues with 'Tutti Frutti', 'Johnny B Goode' 'C'mon Everybody', 'Great Balls Of Fire' and 'Let's Twist Again'. The Crystals add a touch of youthful exuberance to the mix with 'Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)', then it's time to step onto the dance floor with Little Eva's infectious 'The Locomotion'. The timeless charm of Fats Domino's 'Blueberry Hill' and Buddy Holly & The Cricket's 'Heartbeat' are included in a run of Pop-nostalgia-gold that also features Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, and Connie Francis before Lesley Gore, with a classic anthem of teenage heartache and rebellion 'It's My Party', and more teen-angst from The Shangri-La's. Slowing things down with The Five Satins and their harmonies 'In The Still Of The Night', before Paul Anka wraps up CD 1 with 'Put Your Head On My Shoulder'. CD 2 opens with Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons with the infectious 'Sherry', then Chris Montez, The Contours and Brian Poole & The Tremeloes will have you belting out their hits with them. Essential '60s jukebox gems from Dusty Springfield with 'I Only Want To Be With You', and Petula Clark with 'Downtown' lead into Roy Orbison's 'Oh, Pretty Woman'. Julie London's 'Fly Me To The Moon', delivers Jazz-infused Pop sophistication alongside Etta James and Peggy Lee. The Marvelettes deliver 'Please Mr. Postman,' and The Velvelettes 'He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'; both Motown marvels that capture the excitement of the new Soul sound and the anticipation of what was coming up on the Jukebox next! Doris Day's 'Move Over Darling' adds a touch of playful charm before Conway Twitty wraps up this CD with 'It's Only Make Believe'. Chubby Checker invites you to a 'Dancin' Party' to open CD 3, while Jackie Wilson's 'Reet Petite' infuses the collection with irresistible energy. Bill Haley & His Comets keep the dance floor alive with 'Shake, Rattle And Roll', and Dion's 'Runaround Sue' spins a tale of love and adventure. Del Shannon's 'Runaway' then sweeps you into a Pop whirlwind before superb Pop-drama with 'You Don't Own Me', 'Chapel Of Love' and 'I Wish I Were A Princess'. Neil Sedaka's 'Oh! Carol' and Paul Anka's 'Diana' are legendary smashes of the era, and lead toward a run of Doo-wap classics from The Marcels with 'Blue Moon,' The Penguins with 'Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)', plus The Crew Cuts and Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans with 'Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts?'. The dreamy 'Johnny Angel' and the plaintive vocals of Brenda Lee's 'I'm Sorry' brings CD 3 to a close. The timeless 'True Love Ways' from Buddy Holly opens the final disc, and a run of massive hits including 'Cathy's Clown', 'I Fought The Law', Eddie Cochran's 'Three Steps To Heaven' and Cliff Richard's 'Move It'. Next up, Elvis Presley's unmistakable 'Hound Dog' and Chuck Berry's 'No Particular Place To Go' remind us why these tracks are legendary. Fats Domino adds his distinctive New Orleans flavour with 'Ain't That A Shame' and then The Ronettes take centre stage with 'Be My Baby'. Betty Everett's sassy 'The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)', and The Toys and The Chiffons present the best in Soul-Pop vocals. Carole King's peerless 'It Might As Well Rain Until September' leads to The Mamas & The Papas defining 'Dedicated To The One I Love'. Winding down toward the close - Pop stories of lost love, 'The End Of The World', 'Sealed With A Kiss' and 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore'.but it's The Righteous Brothers bringing the curtain down on this epic collection with the #1 sing-a-long classic 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics' is a celebration of the classics that defined an era when Pop music was moving feet, and hearts were beating in time to the sounds coming from the Jukebox.
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Now That's What I Call Jukebox Classics / Various - Now That's What I Call Jukebox Classics / Various

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Format: CD
Label: UNIVERSAL UK
Rel. Date: 03/22/2024
UPC: 196588829826

Now That's What I Call Jukebox Classics / Various
Artist: Now That's What I Call Jukebox Classics / Various
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1. (We're Gonna) Rock Around the Clock - Bill Haley ; His Comets
2. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
3. Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley
4. C'mon Everybody - Eddie Cochran
5. Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
6. Tutti Frutti - Little Richard
7. Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry
8. Let's Twist Again - Chubby Checker
9. Da Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home) - the Crystals
10. The Locomotion - Little Eva
11. The Wanderer - Dion
12. Blueberry Hill - Fats Domino
13. Boy from New York City - the Ad Libs
14. Why Do Fools Fall in Love - Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers
15. A Teenager in Love - Marty Wilde
16. Dream Lover - Bobby Darin
17. Rubber Ball - Bobby Vee
18. Heartbeat - Buddy Holly ; the Crickets
19. Lipstick on Your Collar - Connie Francis
20. It's My Party - Lesley Gore
21. Leader of the Pack - the Shangri-Las
22. Tears on My Pillow - Anthony ; the Imperials
23. Rhythm of the Rain - the Cascades
24. In the Still of the Night - the Five Satins
25. Put Your Head on My Shoulder - Paul Anka
26. Sherry - Frankie Valli ; the Four Seasons
27. Let's Dance - Chris Montez
28. Do You Love Me - the Contours
29. Twist and Shout - Brian Poole ; the Tremeloes
30. Hey! Baby - Bruce Channel
31. Stay - Maurice Williams ; the Zodiacs
32. Can't Get Used to Losing You - Andy Williams
33. Downtown - Petula Clark
34. I Only Want to Be with You - Dusty Springfield
35. Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
36. Tell Him - the Exciters
37. I Will Follow Him (Chariot) - Little Peggy March
38. My Boyfriend's Back - the Angels
39. (Today I Met) the Boy I'm Gonna Marry - Darlene Love
40. Please Mr. Postman - the Marvelettes
41. He Was Really Sayin' Somethin' - the Velvelettes
42. I Just Want to Make Love to You - Etta James
43. Fever - Peggy Lee
44. Love Letters - Ketty Lester
45. Blue Velvet - Bobby Vinton
46. Fly Me to the Moon - Julie London
47. Move Over Darling - Doris Day
48. Halfway to Paradise - Billy Fury
49. The Great Pretender - the Platters
50. It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty
51. Dancin' Party - Chubby Checker
52. Reet Petite - Jackie Wilson
53. Bony Moronie - Larry Williams
54. The Girl Can't Help It - Little Richard
55. Shake, Rattle and Roll - Bill Haley ; His Comets
56. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' on - Jerry Lee Lewis
57. At the Hop - Danny and the Juniors
58. Runaround Sue - Dion
59. Runaway - Del Shannon
60. You Don't Own Me - Lesley Gore
61. Sixteen Reasons - Connie Stevens
62. I Wish I Were a Princess - Peggy March
63. Chapel of Love - the Dixie Cups
64. Oh! Carol - Neil Sedaka
65. Diana - Paul Anka
66. A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation) - Marty Robbins with Ray Conniff
67. Singing the Blues - Tommy Steele and the Steelmen
68. Rawhide - Frankie Laine
69. This Ole House - Rosemary Clooney
70. Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts? - Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans
71. Blue Moon - the Marcels
72. Sh-Boom - the Crew Cuts
73. Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine) - the Penguins
74. Johnny Angel - Shelley Fabares
75. I'm Sorry - Brenda Lee
76. True Love Ways - Buddy Holly
77. Cathy's Clown - the Everly Brothers
78. I Fought the Law - the Bobby Fuller Four
79. Three Steps to Heaven - Eddie Cochran
80. Move It - Cliff Richard
81. Shakin' All Over - Johnny Kidd ; the Pirates
82. Be-Bop-A-Lula - Gene Vincent ; the Blue Caps
83. Hound Dog - Elvis Presley
84. No Particular Place to Go - Chuck Berry
85. Chantilly Lace - the Big Bopper
86. Ain't That a Shame - Fats Domino
87. Be My Baby - the Ronettes
88. Then He Kissed Me - the Crystals
89. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes - Bobby Vee
90. Love Potion No. 9 - the Clovers
91. Wondrous Place - Billy Fury
92. The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss) - Betty Everett
93. He's So Fine - the Chiffons
94. A Lovers' Concerto - the Toys
95. It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King
96. Dedicated to the One I Love - the Mamas ; the Papas
97. The End of the World - Skeeter Davis
98. Sealed with a Kiss - Brian Hyland
99. The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore - the Walker Brothers
100. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - the Righteous Brothers

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NOW Music is proud to present 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics'! Immerse yourself in the nostalgia and magic of the '50s and '60s with 100 iconic tracks. This is not just an album; it's a passport to transport you to the golden age of Rock 'n' Roll, Doo-wop and Soul! Bill Haley & His Comets kick things off with the classic '(We're Gonna) Rock Around The Clock'. Carl Perkins 'Blue Suede Shoes' and Elvis Presley follow, inviting you to the 'Heartbreak Hotel'. The string of iconic tracks continues with 'Tutti Frutti', 'Johnny B Goode' 'C'mon Everybody', 'Great Balls Of Fire' and 'Let's Twist Again'. The Crystals add a touch of youthful exuberance to the mix with 'Doo Ron Ron (When He Walked Me Home)', then it's time to step onto the dance floor with Little Eva's infectious 'The Locomotion'. The timeless charm of Fats Domino's 'Blueberry Hill' and Buddy Holly & The Cricket's 'Heartbeat' are included in a run of Pop-nostalgia-gold that also features Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, and Connie Francis before Lesley Gore, with a classic anthem of teenage heartache and rebellion 'It's My Party', and more teen-angst from The Shangri-La's. Slowing things down with The Five Satins and their harmonies 'In The Still Of The Night', before Paul Anka wraps up CD 1 with 'Put Your Head On My Shoulder'. CD 2 opens with Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons with the infectious 'Sherry', then Chris Montez, The Contours and Brian Poole & The Tremeloes will have you belting out their hits with them. Essential '60s jukebox gems from Dusty Springfield with 'I Only Want To Be With You', and Petula Clark with 'Downtown' lead into Roy Orbison's 'Oh, Pretty Woman'. Julie London's 'Fly Me To The Moon', delivers Jazz-infused Pop sophistication alongside Etta James and Peggy Lee. The Marvelettes deliver 'Please Mr. Postman,' and The Velvelettes 'He Was Really Sayin' Somethin'; both Motown marvels that capture the excitement of the new Soul sound and the anticipation of what was coming up on the Jukebox next! Doris Day's 'Move Over Darling' adds a touch of playful charm before Conway Twitty wraps up this CD with 'It's Only Make Believe'. Chubby Checker invites you to a 'Dancin' Party' to open CD 3, while Jackie Wilson's 'Reet Petite' infuses the collection with irresistible energy. Bill Haley & His Comets keep the dance floor alive with 'Shake, Rattle And Roll', and Dion's 'Runaround Sue' spins a tale of love and adventure. Del Shannon's 'Runaway' then sweeps you into a Pop whirlwind before superb Pop-drama with 'You Don't Own Me', 'Chapel Of Love' and 'I Wish I Were A Princess'. Neil Sedaka's 'Oh! Carol' and Paul Anka's 'Diana' are legendary smashes of the era, and lead toward a run of Doo-wap classics from The Marcels with 'Blue Moon,' The Penguins with 'Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)', plus The Crew Cuts and Bob B. Soxx And The Blue Jeans with 'Why Do Lovers Break Each Others Hearts?'. The dreamy 'Johnny Angel' and the plaintive vocals of Brenda Lee's 'I'm Sorry' brings CD 3 to a close. The timeless 'True Love Ways' from Buddy Holly opens the final disc, and a run of massive hits including 'Cathy's Clown', 'I Fought The Law', Eddie Cochran's 'Three Steps To Heaven' and Cliff Richard's 'Move It'. Next up, Elvis Presley's unmistakable 'Hound Dog' and Chuck Berry's 'No Particular Place To Go' remind us why these tracks are legendary. Fats Domino adds his distinctive New Orleans flavour with 'Ain't That A Shame' and then The Ronettes take centre stage with 'Be My Baby'. Betty Everett's sassy 'The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)', and The Toys and The Chiffons present the best in Soul-Pop vocals. Carole King's peerless 'It Might As Well Rain Until September' leads to The Mamas & The Papas defining 'Dedicated To The One I Love'. Winding down toward the close - Pop stories of lost love, 'The End Of The World', 'Sealed With A Kiss' and 'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore'.but it's The Righteous Brothers bringing the curtain down on this epic collection with the #1 sing-a-long classic 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. 'NOW That's What I Call Jukebox Classics' is a celebration of the classics that defined an era when Pop music was moving feet, and hearts were beating in time to the sounds coming from the Jukebox.
        
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