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Puttin On The Style - Lonnie Donegan - The EP Collection
Label: See For Miles Records Ltd. - SEECD 346 • Series: The EP Collection Series • Format: CD Album, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
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'Puttin' On The Style' was put out as a double A side single with 'Gambling Man' which reached the No.1 slot in the UK singles charts in Glasgow born Lonnie Donegan was Britain's most succe.
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May 24, · Lonnie Donegan brightened up the late fifties and was one of the better and more distinctive artists of his time. Much of his material was covers of songs which were hits in the US by US artists and he he did succeed in producing his own distinctive sound/5(12).
AllMusic Review by Steve Leggett. Lonnie Donegan combined an American folk song with a stripped-down, back-porch jazz dance rhythm to create what eventually became known as skiffle in Britain when “Rock Island Line” was released and took the country by storm in Donegan went on to turn the same trick with “Cumberland Gap,” “Jack O’Diamonds,” 7/
Now this here's the story about the Rock Island Line The Rock Island Line she runs down into New Orleans It's just outside of New Orleans is a big toll gate You know all the trains that go through the toll gate They gotta pay the man some money But of course, if you got certain things on board You're okay and you don't have to pay the man nothin' And just now we see a change comin down the.
In England, before the Beatles and the Rolling Stones came along, EPs (four-song extended play singles) outsold albums. This compilation of the best of Donegan's EPs is the definitive Lonnie Donegan collection, eclipsing any album or CD that existed previously on his work. It is certainly the best hits compilation there ever has been on him, containing the hit "Rock Island Line" and its B-side, 9/