Lloyd Price played a huge role in igniting the rock 'n' roll revolution with his 1952 landmark R&B chart-topper Lawdy Miss Clawdy, and the young New Orleans-born singer with the warm, sunny smile was also one of the first standup R&B singers to consistently crash the pop hit parade with his late '50s classics Stagger Lee and Personality.
1 Where You At? 2 Country Boy Rock 3 Rock 'n' Roll Dance 4 Walkin' The Track 5 Lawdy Miss Clawdy 6 Why 7 I'm Glad, Glad 8 Baby Please Come Home 9 Tell me pretty baby 10 Carry Me Home 11 Woe Ho Ho 12 Heavy Dreams 13 The Chicken And The Bop 14 Hello Little Girl 15 Georgianna 16 How Many Times 17 Such A Mess 18 Down By The River 19 Gonna Let You Come Back Home 20 Stagger Lee 21 You Need Love 22 Where Were You (On Our Wedding Day)? 23 Just Because 24 Personality 25 Have You Ever Had The Blues 26 I'm Gonna Get Married 27 Wont'cha Come Home 28 Lady Luck 29 Question 30 Mailman Blues 31 Ain't That Just Like A Woman 32 The Hoochi Coochie Coo 33 Lawdy Miss Clawdy 34 Baby Please Come Home (LP Version)
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