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  1. Bill Haley covered Nueva Orleans, Justine, Baja California Sun, Harlem a Go Go and other songs. Bill Haley originally did Pancho, Nueva Orleans, Justine, Baja California Sun and other songs. Bill Haley wrote Crazy Man, Crazy, Real Rock Drive and Skinny Minnie.
  2. Haley made his first recording with the Comets in , the year that he recorded Rock Around the Clock. The next year saw his version of Shake, Rattle and Roll. The former Lebanon DJ was now famous. Holly’s big break came in October when he was opening for Haley’s band and spotted by a Nashville talent scout.
  3. this CD is fantastic! Bill Haley was one of the great starters of rock and roll and did not get the acknowledgement he should have. He and his Comets had a great sound and as we used to say was 'great to dance to'. I'm a BIG Elvis fan, but Haley was also up there too. This CD is a great collection of his music. Love it/5(63).
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Singles Collection - Bill Haley on AllMusic -
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for American Legends, No. Bill Haley & The Comets - Bill Haley on AllMusic - - Leaving Decca 4/
  6. Oh yes, there were many records that claimed to be the first, and some with justification, but mostly these were R&B or what was labeled “Race Music.” In Fats Domino recorded “The Fat Man” in New Orleans, and this has to be considered a benchmark recording. Bill Haley charted “Crazy, Man Crazy” in Billboard magazine in
  7. Label: Wisepack Ltd. - LECD ,Legends (4) - LECD • Series: Legends In Music • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll Bill Haley - Legends (, CD) | Discogs.
  8. Bill Haley and the Comets were, I think, the best R&R band consistently producing some of the best get up and jive music of the late 50s and early 60s. Almost 60 years on (who said R&R was just a passing phase!) the vibrancy and energy of the music on sides 1, 2, and 3 provides a full taste of why we, as teenagers, got up and danced wherever /5(46).
  9. (Roy Orbison and many others of this era did the same thing.) So what you're getting here is the re-recordings, NOT the originals. If you're just looking for some fun music (or are a Haley completist), this disc will provide it; but if you're looking for the original versions, this CD is a ripoff.2/5(1).

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