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Whole lotta shakin' going on

1999

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Catawiki number: 241835
Category: Vinyl records and CDs
Title: Whole lotta shakin' going on
Main artist / band: Hendrix, Jimi, Penniman, Richard (Little Richard)
Medium: CD - 1CDIcon-information
Label: Digimode
Release number: LT 5121
Collection / set: L.T. Series
Number in collection:  
Series:  
Country: Germany
Year: 1999
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Genre: Pop and rock
Details:
Submission date: 12-02-2009 12:21:39
Submitted by: PeteMolenaar
Last updated on: 09-12-2014 01:58:23
Last updated by: MatthijsS
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Tracks voor dit album
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01: Whole lotta shakin’ goin’ on (2:30)
Genre
Pop and rock
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02: It ain’t whatcha do (2:23)
Genre
Pop and rock
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03: Groovy little Susie (2:15)
Genre
Pop and rock
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04: Hound Dog (2:21)
Genre
Pop and rock
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05: Cherry Red (2:36)
Genre
Pop and rock
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06: Lawdy Miss Clawdy (2:20)
Genre
Pop and rock
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07: Dance what you wanna (2:20)
Genre
Pop and rock
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08: Crossover (2:44)
Genre
Pop and rock
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09: Blueberry Hill (1:46)
Genre
Pop and rock
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10: Ooh my soul (1:55)
Genre
Pop and rock
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11: Goodnight Irene (2:02)
Genre
Pop and rock
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12: Short fat Fannie (2:12)
Genre
Pop and rock
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13: My wheels are slipping (2:27)
Genre
Pop and rock
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14: Only you (2:27)
Genre
Pop and rock
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15: Memories are made of this (2:13)
Genre
Pop and rock
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16: Dancing all around the world (3:00)
Genre
Pop and rock
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