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First Rock And Roll Record
First Rock And Roll Record Origins of Rock and Roll Main article: Origins of rock and roll More precisely, in musical and social terms, rock and roll was born in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s. During that time, processes of active cross-fertilisation took place between country and western music (predominantly played and heard by white people), western swing, and rhythm and blues (R&B), which itself comprised a variety of genres (including, for example, jump blues, Chicago blues, and doo-wop) and was predominantly played and heard by black people. These processes of exchange and mixing were fuelled by shared experiences in the Second World War, and by the spread of radio and records. Several records of this period have been most frequently cited by various authorities as the first rockoll record. These include: Sister Rosetta Tharpes Strange Things Happening Everyday (1944) Good Rockin Tonight by Roy Brown (1947), later covered by Wynonie Harris Rock the Joint either the original 1949 version by Jimmy Preston or the 1952 version by Bill Haley The Fat Man by Fats Domino, recorded in December, 1949 Rocket 88 either Jackie Brenstons original, recorded on March 5, 1951 with Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm, or Bill Haleys cover, later in 1951 Bill Haleys Rock Around the Clock (recorded on April 12, 1954) a cover of Sonny Dae and His Knights 1953 song Elvis Presleys Thats All Right (Mama) (recorded in July 1954), a cover of Arthur Big Boy Crudups 1946 song. However, there are many other candidates, and many of the threads which together made up rock and roll music can be traced back to much earlier precursor records. The book What Was the First Rockn'Roll Record by Jim Dawson and Steve Propes discusses 50 contenders, from Illinois Jacquets Blues, Part 2 (1944) to Elvis Presleys Heartbreak Hotel (1956), without reaching a definitive conclusion. In their introduction, the authors claim that since the modern definition of rock n roll was set by disc jockey Alan Freeds use of the term in his groundbreaking The Rock and Roll Show on New Yorks WINS in late 1954, as well as at his Rock and Roll Jubilee Balls at St. Nicholas Arena in January 1955, they chose to judge their candidates according to the music Freed spotlighted: R&B combos, black vocal groups, honking saxophonists, blues belters, and several white artists playing in the authentic R&B style (Bill Haley, Elvis Presley). The artists who appeared at Freeds earliest shows included orchestra leader Buddy Johnson, the Clovers, Fats Domino, Big Joe Turner, the Moonglows, Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters, and the Harptones. That, say Dawson and Propes, was the first music being called rock n roll during that short time when the term caught on all over America. Because the honking tenor saxophone was the driving force at those shows and on many of the records Freed was playing, the authors began their list with a 1944 squealing and squawking live performance by Illinois Jacquet with Jazz at the Philharmonic in Los Angeles in mid-1944. Rolling Stones Decree versus The King In 2004, debate was sparked between fans of Elvis Presley as well as many in the music business who claimed Thats All Right Mama was the first rock and roll song, and those who feel the proper claimant should be Bill Haleys Rock Around the Clock both songs celebrating their 50th anniversaries in that year. Rolling Stone Magazine took the controversial step of unilaterally declaring Presleys song the first rock and roll recording. Presley himself would not have agreed with either view. In his book Race, Rock and Elvis, Michael T. Bertrand quotes him on the subject: A lot of people seem to think I started this business, but rock n roll was here a long time before I came along. Nobody can sing that kind of music like colored people. Lets face it: I cant sing like Fats Domino can. I know that.(p. 199) Timeline of contenders as The First Rock and Roll Record The timeline below sets out some records relevant to a discussion of the first rockoll record. Some songs are cited as having important lyrical content, while others are seen as offering important melodic, harmonic or rhythmic influence. These songs include not only hits from the early 1950s when the music emerged on the national and international scene, but also various other precursors to what would become known as rock and roll. 1910s 1916 The first use of the phrase rocking and rolling on record seems to have come on Little Wonder # 339, The Camp Meeting Jubilee by an unnamed male vocal quartet. This includes the lyrics Weve been rockin an rolling in your arms / Rockin and rolling in your arms / In the arms of Moses. Here the meaning is clearly religious rather than secular. 1920s 1922 My Man Rocks Me (With One Steady Roll) by Trixie Smith. Although it was played with a backbeat and was one of the first around the clock lyrics, this slow minor-key blues was by no means rock and roll. However, the title and lyrics make this the first recording offering the secular sexual meaning attached to the words rock and roll. 1927 Kansas City Blues by Jim Jackson (recorded on October 10, 1927). This was a best selling blues, suggested as one of the first million-seller records. Its melody line was re-used and developed by Charlie Patton (Going To Move To Alabama) and Hank Williams (Move It On Over) before emerging in Rock Around The Clock, and its lyrical content presaged Leiber and Stollers Kansas City. It contains the line It takes a rocking chair to rock, a rubber ball to roll, which Bill Haley would later incorporate into his 1952 recording, Sundown Boogie. 1928 Its Tight Like That by Tampa Red with pianist Georgia Tom (Thomas A. Dorsey) (recorded on October 24, 1928) was a highly successful early hokum record, which combined bawdy rural humour with sophisticated musical technique. With his Chicago Five, Tampa Red later went on to pioneer the Chicago small group Bluebird sound, while Dorsey became the father of gospel music. Pine Tops Boogie Woogie by Clarence Pinetop Smith (recorded on December 29, 1928) was one of the first hit boogie woogie recordings, and the first to include classic rock and roll references to the girl with the red dress on being told to not move a peg until she could shake that thing and mess around. Smiths tune itself derives from Jimmy Blythes 1925 recording, Jimmys Blues. 1929 Crazy About My Baby by Blind Roosevelt Graves and brother Uaroy, a rhythmic country blues with small group accompaniment. Researcher Gayle Dean Wardlow has stated that this could be considered the first rock n roll recording. See also the Mississippi Jook Band, 1936. 1930s 1932 Tiger Rag by The Washboard Rhythm Kings (later known as the Georgia Washboard Stompers) was a virtually out of control performance, with a rocking washboard and unusually high energy for the early Great Depression. . It opens with a repeated one-note guitar lick that would transform into a chord in the hands of Robert Johnson, T-Bone Walker and others. This is just one of many recordings by spasm bands, jug bands, and skiffle groups that have the same wild, informal feel that early rock and roll had. After the original recording by the Original Dixieland Jass Band in 1917, Tiger Rag became not only a jazz standard, but was also widely covered in dance band and march orchestrations. 1934 The Boswell Sisters recorded their song Rock and Roll, which refers to the rolling rocking rhythm of the sea. 1935 Benny Goodman and his orchestra, with vocalist Helen Ward, recorded the swing tune Get Rhythm in Your Feet and Music in Your Soul in July 1935, with the line commence to rock and roll, get rhythm in your feet and music in your soul . 1936 Oh! Red by The Harlem Hamfats (recorded on April 18, 1936) was a hit record made by a small group of jazz and blues musicians assembled by J. Mayo Williams for the specific purpose of making commercially successful dance records. Viewed at the time (and subsequently by jazz fans) as a novelty group, the format became very influential, and the groups recordings included many with sex and drugs references. Skippy Whippy and Hittin The Bottle Stomp by The Mississippi Jook Band (recorded in July 1936), featuring Blind Roosevelt Graves (see 1929), were highly rhythmic instrumental recordings by a guitar-piano-tambourine trio, which had they been recorded two decades later with full amplification would have unquestionably been seen as rock and roll. I Believe Ill Dust My Broom (recorded on November 23, 1936), Crossroad Blues (recorded on November 27, 1936), and other recordings by Robert Johnson, while not particularly successful at the time, directly influenced the development of Chicago blues and, when reissued in the 1960s, also strongly influenced later rock musicians. 1937 Sing, Sing, Sing by Benny Goodman (written by Louis Prima) featured repeated drum breaks by Gene Krupa, whose musical nature and high showmanship presaged rock and roll drumming. Rock It For Me by Ella Fitzgerald, with Chick Webb and his Orchestra, was a swing number featuring the lyrics Wont you satisfy my soul, With the rock and roll? 1938 Rock Me by Sister Rosetta Tharpe (recorded on October 31, 1938), a gospel song written by Thomas Dorsey as Hide Me In Thy Bosom which Tharpe performed in the style of a city blues, with ecstatic vocals and electric guitar. She changed Dorseys singing to swinging, and the way she rolled the R in rock me led to the phrase being taken as a double entendre, interpretable as religious or sexual. Many rock and roll stars, including Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Little Richard, have cited her music and energetic performance style as an influence. Ida Red by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, a Western swing band, featuring electric guitar by Eldon Shamblin. The tune was recycled again some years later by Chuck Berry in Maybellene. Roll Em Pete by Pete Johnson and Joe Turner (recorded on December 30, 1938), an up-tempo boogie woogie with a hand-clapping back beat and a masterful collation of blues verses 1939 Rockin Rollin Mama by Buddy Jones, a 12-bar blues played in Western swing style by a white country singer and his band, including Moon Mullican on piano, featuring the following lines: Waves on the ocean, waves in the sea, But that gal of mine rolls just right for me Rockin rollin mama, I love the way you rock and roll You ease my troubled mind and pacify my weary soul. 1940s 1940 New Early In The Morning and Jivin The Blues (both recorded on May 17, 1940) by John Lee Sonny Boy Williamson, both examples of the very influential and popular rhythmic small group Chicago blues recordings on Lester Melroses Bluebird label, and among the first on which drums (by Fred Williams) were prominently recorded. Down the Road a Piece by the Will Bradley Orchestra, a smooth rocking boogie number, was recorded in August of this year with drummer Eight Beat Mack Ray McKinley sharing the vocals with the songs writer, Don Raye. The song would go on to become a rock and roll standard, recorded by hundreds of rock artists, among them being Amos Milburn, Chuck Berry, The Rolling Stones, Jerry Lee Lewis, Foghat, and Bruce Springsteen. But the 1940 original by Will Bradley holds up as the first truly rocking version of the song. The eight beats in McKinleys nickname and the popular phrase eight to the bar in many songs indicate the newness of the shift from the four beats per bar of jazz to boogie woogies eight beats per bar that is characteristic of rock and roll to this day. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy by The Andrews Sisters contains numerous proto-rock and roll elements. This is the groups best-known example, though they also recorded other proto-rock recordings such as Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar.It is notable is that both of these songs were written by the same man, namely, Don Raye. 1942 Flying Home by Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra, tenor sax solo by Illinois Jacquet, recreated and refined live by Arnett Cobb, a model for rock and roll solos ever since: emotional, honking, long, not just an instrumental break but the keystone of the song. The Benny Goodman Sextet had a popular hit in 1939 with a subdued jazz chamber music version of the same song featuring guitarist Charlie Christian. In 1944, Jacquet recorded an even more honking solo on Blues, Part 2, billed as by Jazz at the Philharmonic. Mean Old World by T-Bone Walker is an early classic by this hugely influential guitarist, often cited as the first song in which he fully found his sound. B. B. King credits Walker as inspiring him to take up the electric guitar, but his influence extends far beyond the blues to jazz and of course rock and roll. Mean Old World has a one-chord guitar lick in it which would be further developed by fellow Texas bluesman Goree Carter, Elmore James and most famously, Chuck Berry. Walkers 1947 T-Bone Jumps Again and T-Bone Shuffle also show off his picking prowess. 1943 The Joint is Really Jumpin at Carnegie Hall performed by Judy Garland and Jose Iturbi in the film Thousands Cheer is notable not only for its boogie-woogie arrangement but for the lyric when they start to rock which uses the word rock in a purely musical sense (as opposed to its more common use at this time as a double entendre for sex). But Garland was far from being the first to use the term rocking in a musical sense in a movie. She was beaten to it by 5 years, because in 1938, Gertrude Niesen sang the song Rockin The Town in the movie, Start Cheering, and The Boswell Sisters five years before in Transatlantic Merry-Go-Round with Rock and Roll (although it should be noted the Boswell song is strictly about the rocking and rolling of ocean waves and has no musical or sexual reference). 1944 Straighten Up and Fly Right by the Nat King Cole Trio, very light on the rocking, but a popular hit with lyrics from an African American folk tale, sounding similar to Bo Diddley but without the big beat. I Wonder and Cecils Boogie by Cecil Gant, early black ballad performances that became widely popular, the first of the black tenors. Cecils Boogie had many rock n roll undertones. 1945 The Honeydripper by Joe Liggins (recorded on April 20, 1945), synthesized boogie-woogie piano, jazz, and even the riff from the folk chestnut Shortnin Bread into an exciting dance performance that topped the R&B race charts for 18 weeks. Guitar Boogie by Arthur Guitar Boogie Smith, the first boogie woogie played on the electric guitar, and much imitated by later country boogie guitarists. 1946 Louis Jordans Choo Choo ChBoogie (recorded in January 1946) and Let the Good Times Roll (as well as 1945s Caldonia) were hugely influential in style and content, and popular across both black and white audiences. Their producer Milt Gabler went on to produce Bill Haleys hits, and Jordans guitarist Carl Hogan, on such songs as Aint That Just Like A Woman (also 1946), was a direct influence on Chuck Berrys guitar style. House of Blue Lights by Freddie Slack and Ella Mae Morse (recorded on February 12, 1946), the first white artists to perform what is now seen as R&B. Boogie Woogie Baby, Freight Train Boogie and Hillbilly Boogie by The Delmore Brothers, featuring harmonica player Wayne Raney, were typical up-tempo recordings, heavily influenced by the blues, by this highly influential country music duo, who had first recorded in 1931. One of their most influential records, Blues Stay Away From Me, was recorded in 1949. 1947 Move It On Over by Hank Williams, which used a similar melody to Jim Jacksons 1927 Kansas City Blues and which was itself used in Rock Around The Clock. Ten Gallon Boogie and other tracks by Pee Wee King and his Golden West Cowboys presage Rock Around the Clock. Their vocals were standard pop/western, but their arrangements and melodies, opening with aggressive accordion chords linked it to Bill Haley and the Comets Johnny Grande who played that instrument in the Comets early work as a Western Swing band and later playing rock on some films and touring. Oakie Boogie by Jack Guthrie, a Western swing country boogie. Good Rocking Tonight, in separate versions by Roy Brown and Wynonie Harris (recorded on December 28, 1947), both black artists. Browns original version is a jump blues that parodies gospel music, and for the first time fuses the spiritual sense of rocking with the secular meanings of dancing and sex. Harris version is much more up-beat and rhythmic, closer to rock and roll, and led to a craze for blues with rocking in the title. Later spiritedly covered by Elvis Presley and less spiritedly by Pat Boone. Were Gonna Rock, Were Gonna Roll by Wild Bill Moore (recorded on December 18, 1947), the first commercially successful honking sax record, with the title as a background chant. I Cant Be Satisfied by Muddy Waters, recorded in 1947 and first released in 1948, which contains all the elements of what would soon become rock n roll: a bass/snare/electric guitar combo playing blues with a heavy backbeat. The single was a big hit in the Chicago area. Recorded by local record company Aristocrat, it was one of the last singles on the label before it changed its name to Chess Records, which became one of the most important players in the early development of rock n roll and electric blues music. 1948 Chicken Shack Boogie by Amos Milburn, a piano-led boogie with references to out-of-hours drinking and cavorting, which became a huge hit. Rovin Eyes by Bill Haley and the Four Aces of Western Swing. It is a highly overlooked song that is backed with a standard Western Swing tune called Candy and Women. This song sounds like the later Bill Haley. It has all the elements of 50s Rock n Roll. The song was pretty fast for its time and almost broke the boundaries of Western Swing. 1949 Drinkin Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee by Stick McGhee and his Buddies (recorded on February 14, 1949), an early party song later recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis. Rock And Roll by Wild Bill Moore, actually recorded the previous year. A rocking boogie where Moore repeats throughout the song Were going to rock and roll, were going to roll and rock and ends the song with the line, Look out mamma going to do the rock and roll. Another song was Rock and Roll Blues by Erline Rock and Roll Harris, a female singer, with the lyrics Ill turn out the lights, well rock and roll all night Were Gonna Rock this Joint Tonight, also known as Rock the Joint, first recorded by Jimmy Preston in May 1949, is often considered a prototype rock and roll song. It was covered in 1951 by Jimmy Cavallo and in 1952 by Bill Haley and the Saddlemen; Marshall Lytle, bass player for the Comets, claims this was one of the songs that inspired Alan Freed to coin the phrase rock and roll to refer to the music he played. Saturday Night Fish Fry by Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five (recorded on August 9, 1949) was a large and influential hit. The song tells of a New Orleans fish fry that ends with a police raid and has the repeated refrain It was rocking. The Fat Man by Fats Domino (recorded on December 10, 1949), featuring Fats on wah-wah mouth trumpet, the first of his 35 Top 40 hits. The insistent back beat of the rhythm section dominates. The song is based on Junkers Blues, by Willie Driveem Down Hall. Rock Awhile by Goree Carter, recorded on the Freedom label in Houston, Texas. It opens with an insistent version of T-Bone Walkers one-chord electric guitar lick, which would be made famous later by Chuck Berry on Maybelline. Rag Mop by Johnnie Lee Wills and Deacon Anderson is a novelty tune; the lyrics are simply the title spelled out. The song is best known from its 1950 hit recording by the Ames Brothers. 1950s 1950 Rock Me to Sleep, written by Benny Carter and Paul Vandervoort II and recorded by Helen Humes backed by the Marshall Royal Orchestra. Birmingham Bounce by Hardrock Gunter, one of the first references to rockin on the dance floor. (Gonna Rock and Roll) Gonna Dance All Night by Hardrock Gunter, released after Birmingham Bounce, the main lyric stating Gonna Rock and Roll, Gonna Dance All Night may be the first use of the phrase Rock and Roll in a purely musical context. Hot Rod Race performed by Arkie Shibley and His Mountain Dew Boys, highlighting the role of fast cars in teen culture. Sixty Minute Man by the Dominoes (recorded on December 30, 1950). This was the first (and most explicit) big R&B hit to cross over to the pop charts, and the group itself (featuring Clyde McPhatter) appeared at many of Alan Freeds early shows. 1951 How High The Moon by Les Paul and Mary Ford (recorded on January 4, 1951), the first big hit record to use electronic gimmicks like overdubbing, and one of the first with an electric guitar solo. Rocket 88 (recorded on March 5, 1951) by Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats (actually Ike Turner and the Kings of Rhythm), and covered later in the year by Bill Haley and the Saddlemen. Both versions of this song have been declared the definitive first rock and roll record by differing authorities. Brenstons was highly influential for its sound and lyrical content, and was a big hit. It reached #1 on the Billboard Rhythm and Blues chart on 9 June 1951 and set Sun Records on the road to success. Haleys version was one of the first white covers of an R&B hit, and set the course of his future career. Haley s version had more drive to it, and the vocals were improved.. Boogie Woogie Blues, recorded in New York in mid-May 1951 by Charlie Graci. Later he would add an e to his name and, in 1957, his original version of Butterfly would sell more than two million copies. 1952 Hound Dog by Willie Mae Big Mama Thornton (recorded on August 13, 1952), a raucous R&B song recorded with Johnny Otis band (uncredited for contractual reasons), written by white teenagers Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller.. Rockin An Rollin. Recorded by Charlie Gracie in New York in 1952. 1953 Gee by The Crows (recorded on February 10, 1953). This was a big hit in 1954, and is credited by rock n roll authority, Jay Warner, as being the first Rock n Roll hit by a rock and roll group. Crazy Man, Crazy by Bill Haley and his Comets (recorded in April 1953) was the first of his recordings to make the Billboard pop chart. This was not a cover, but an original composition. Haley said he heard the phrase at high-school dances his band was playing. Mess Around by Ray Charles (recorded in May 1953), one of his first hits. It was written by Ahmet Ertegn, with some lyrics riffing off of the 1929 boogie woogie classic, Pinetops Boogie Woogie. 1954 Shake, Rattle and Roll by Big Joe Turner (recorded on February 15, 1954), covered later by Bill Haley and his Comets. Turners version topped the Billboard R&B chart in June 1954. Haleys version, which was substantially different in lyric and arrangement, actually predating the success of Rock Around the Clock by several months though it was recorded later. Elvis Presleys later 1956 version combined Haleys arrangement with Turners lyrics, but was not a substantial hit.. Sh-Boom by the Chords (recorded on March 15, 1954), and The Crew-cuts. In this case, the latter was a pale imitation. The song is considered a pioneer of the doo-wop variant. Rock Around the Clock by Bill Haley and his Comets (recorded on April 12, 1954) was the first number one rock and roll record. This song is often credited with propelling rock into the mainstream, at least the teen mainstream. At first it had lack-luster sales but, following the success of two other Haley recordings, the aforementioned Shake Rattle and Roll and Dim, Dim The Lights, was later included in the movie Blackboard Jungle about a raucous high-school, which exposed it to a wider audience.. The song had first been recorded in late 1953 by Sonny Dae & His Knights, a novelty group led by Paschal Vennitti, whose recording had become a modest local hit at the time Haley recorded his version. Thats All Right (Mama) by Elvis Presley (recorded in July 1954); this cover of Arthur Crudups tune was Elvis first single. Its b-side was a rocking version of Bill Monroes bluegrass song Blue Moon Of Kentucky, itself recognized by various rock singers as an influence on the music.. I Got a Woman by Ray Charles (recorded in November 1954); composed with band mate Renald Richard, and first performed while on tour with T-Bone Walker, this was not only Charles first really big hit, but is also widely considered to be the first soul song, combining gospel and R&B. 1955 Bo Diddley by Bo Diddley (recorded on March 2, 1955).. Maybellene by Chuck Berry (recorded on May 21, 1955).. Tutti Frutti by Little Richard (recorded on September 14, 1955).. Blue Suede Shoes by Carl Perkins (recorded 19 December 1955), including elements of rockabilly and country music. Later made more famous by Elvis Presley, Perkins original version was an early rock n roll standard.. References ^ G. F. Wald, Shout, Sister, Shout!: The Untold Story of Rock-and-Roll Trailblazer Sister Rosetta Tharpe (Beacon Press, 2008). ^ a b http://www.hoyhoy.com/dawn_of_rock.htm ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Jim Dawson and Steve Propes, What Was The First Rockn'Roll Record, 1992, ISBN 0-571-12939-0 ^ Little Wonder Records, Bubble Books, Emerson, Victor, Harper, Columbia, Waterson, Berlin and Snyder ^ Trixie Smith ^ Trail of the Hellhound: Jim Jackson ^ a b c Peter J. Silvester, A Left Hand Like God: a history of boogie-woogie piano (1989), ISBN 0-306-80359-3. ^ Gayle Dean Wardlow, Chasin That Devil Music, 1998 ^ Press release Roots of Rock and Roll to be honored with Blues Trail Marker ^ Yanow, Scott, Washboard Rhythm Kings: Biography ^ Sleevenotes to CD Lets Get Drunk And Truck, Fabulous FABCD 253, 2003 ^ Blind Roosevelt Graves and Brother ^ Sister Rosetta Tharpe (19151973) Encyclopedia of Arkansas ^ Wald, Gayle, Shout, Sister, Shout!, p. 42 ^ Wald, Gayle, Shout, Sister, Shout!, p. ix ^ Bob Wills ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Nick Tosches, Unsung Heroes Of Rockn'Roll, 1991, ISBN 0-436-53203-4 ^ The Straight Dope: Who invented the term rock n roll? ^ Biography: John Lee Williamson ^ The Andrews Sisters Bio ^ Helen Oakley Dance and B. B. King, Stormy Monday, p. 164 ^ Dahl, Bill, T-Bone Walker: Biography ^ NPRs Jazz Profiles: Nat King Cole ^ Delmore Brothers at Country Musc Hall of Fame ^ Delmore Brothers discography ^ http://www.hoyhoy.com/ ^ Erline Harris ^ Goree Carter ^ Warner, Jay, American Singing Groups: A History from 1940s to Today (2006), published by Hal Leonard Corporation, at page 137 ^ Lydon, Michael, Ray Charles: Man and Music, p. 95 ^ Lydon, Michael, Ray Charles: Man and Music, p. 113 ^ Ray Charles (inducted 1986), Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum Further reading Dawson, Jim; & Propes, Steve (1992). What Was the First Rock Roll Record?. Faber & Faber. ISBN 0-571-12939-0. See also Origins of rock and roll The Rock and Roll Hall of Fames 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll Boogie woogie Jump blues Western swing Doo-wop External links When was rockn'roll really born? by Alexis Petridis, The Guardian, April 16, 2004 http://www.history-of-rock.com/numberonerecord.htm Rock Before Elvis aka Morgan Wrights HoyHoy.com covering rock and rolls emergence from 1948 to 1953 Categories: Lists of songs | Rock musicHidden categories: Articles needing cleanup from August 2007 | All pages needing cleanup I am China Crafts Suppliers writer, reports some information about mac air valves , grove ball valves. 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And I think also understanding that Jesus Christ dying for my sins spoke to the humility we all have to have as human beings, that were sinful and were flawed and we make mistakes, and that we achieve salvation through the grace of God. But what we can do, as flawed as we are, is still see God in other people and do our best to help them find their own grace. Obama: [Fox News has] a point of view that I disagree with. Its a point of view that I think is ultimately destructive for the long-term growth of a country that has a vibrant middle class and is competitive in the world. Joe Biden: [I want to] remind our base constituency to stop whining and get out there and look at the alternatives. This president has done an incredible job. Hes kept his promises. More from Joe (who appears to be on message, nowadays): And so those who dont get didnt get everything they wanted, its time to just buck up here, understand that we can make things better, continue to move forward and but not yield the playing field to those folks who are against everything that we stand for in terms of the initiatives we put forward. Barack Obama: What Im seeing out of the Republican leadership over the last several years has been a set of policies that are just irresponsible, and we saw in their Pledge to America a similar set of irresponsible policies. . [Although GOP leaders] say they want to balance the budget, they propose $4 trillion worth of tax cuts and $16 billion in spending cuts, and then they say were going to somehow magically balance the budget. Thats not a serious approach. Barack Obama: People need to shake off this lethargy. People need to buck up. . If people now want to take their ball and go home, that tells me folks werent serious in the first place. . It is inexcusable for any Democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines in this midterm election. . The idea that weve got a lack of enthusiasm in the Democratic base, that people are sitting on their hands complaining, is just irresponsible. ABCs Christiane Amanpour (whose ratings are tanking): People dont appreciate some of the amazing legislative agenda that [Barack Obama has] accomplished. Is this a failure of leadership? Has he allowed the opposition to define him? Bill Maher in an interview with Bill OReilly: for example, I mean the teabaggers. Theyre the ones, who are so upset about the debt. Most of the debt came from Bush. Thats just a fact. Under Bush, Cheney said it, Deficits dont matter. Nobody was angry about the deficit when it was President Bush. Bill Maher: When it comes to voting, when we only have two choices, you got to grow up and realize theres a big difference between a disappointing friend [Democrats] and a deadly enemy [Republicans]. White House spokesman Bill Burton: somebody like Keith Olbermann or Rachel Maddowhelps to keep our government honest and pushes and prods to make sure that folks are true to progressive values, then he thinks that those folks provide an invaluable service. In the same interview, Bill Maher said: at some point in the last 20 years, the left moved to the center and the right moved into a mental institution. I mean, there used to be ideological differences that were understandable and there used to be moderate Republicans. That has gone away. I mean, the Republican Party now is just a bunch of religious lunatics, flat earthers and civil war re-enactors. Theres crazy and then theres crazy. Code Pink activist Cindy Sheehan: I am a 9/11 Truther. I do think it was an inside job. We just dont know I dont know how far inside it went. But, you know, Im sure Dick Cheney had something to do with it. The week previous had Mahmoud Ahmadinejad suggesting that we look into what really transpired on 9/11. Joe Madison, making the definitive statement at the D.C. union rally: I just found outthey sent in a satellite image of the crowd. Somebody go tell Glenn Beck, there are more people here, right now than there was on the 29thsomebody go and tell that to the TEA party folk. And somebody go tell Joe Madison that the Beck D.C. honor rally was on the 28th. Homemade sign at the D.C. union rally: Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin are racists. Former California governor Jerry Brown: I now have a wife; I come home at night. I dont try to close down the bars in Sacramento like I used to do when I was governor of California. Osama bin Laden raised the terror warning level to green, saying: This is a message to the whole world about those responsible for climate change and its repercussions whether intentionally or unintentionally and about the action we must takeSpeaking about climate change is not a matter of intellectual luxury the phenomenon is an actual fact More from bin Laden: We should stop dealings with the dollar and get rid of it as soon as possible, I know that this has great consequences and grave ramifications, but it is the only means to liberate humanity from slavery and dependence on AmericaNoam Chomsky was correct when he compared US policies to those of the Mafia; they are the true terrorists. Ground Zero Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf: Im extremely sensitive to the feelings of the families of 9/11. Liberals Making Sense: Senator Mary Landrieu: The presidents policies right now are doing much more harm than the [BP] spill itself to the economy of the South coast. Its just gotten to a point where people in Louisiana ask, `Do they even understand what is going on down here? They have the entire offshore industry virtually shut down. Senator Joe Lieberman: It is time to retire our ambiguous mantra about all options remaining on the table. Our message to our friends and enemies in the region needs to become clearer: namely, that we will prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapons capability by peaceful means if we possibly can, but with military force if we absolutely must. Joe Biden again, but off-message: [I]f we allow this to be a referendum on whether people are happy where they are now, well lose. Bill Clinton: People have a right to be angry. They have a right to be disappointed. But they still have to be make a choice. An election is not a referendum on their anger. Its a choice between two candidates. Note the subtlety here; one might apply this easily to anger toward Obamas policies. This is more of Bill Clinton getting out there and politicking for his wife, but without clearly doing so. The SF Chronicle: The incumbent, Democrat Barbara Boxer, has failed to distinguish herself during her 18 years in office. There is no reason to believe that another six-year term would bring anything but more of the same uninspired representation. (They, of course, did not endorse Republican Carly Fiorina either). Crosstalk: Jake Tapper (reporter): David Axelrod said something that the president has been saying for a long time, which is that Republicans are holding the middle-class tax cuts hostage. I understand it, Democrats havent introduced a bill in the Senate, and the Republicans have. Wouldnt there have to be a bill that Republicans are threatening to block or blocking before anything is being held hostage? Robert Gibbs (the White House Press secretary): I dont know what bills have been introduced in the Senate. Obviously, I think the the posture of I dont think the bill would have to be the existence of I mean, I think their rhetoric alone, from Senator McConnell and others, have been that the price of theres a $700 billion price tag on moving forward on the tax cuts for the middle class. Thats the tax cuts for the wealthy. TAPPER: So there doesnt have to be an actual GIBBS: Well, absolutely. And, you know, look, we Ive said this its now been a couple of weeks, obviously, but, you know, we we we agree on we agree on the middle-class part of this, or so they say. Their price tag for the middle class was the $700 billion. We could have passed the middle class alone, provided some much needed certainty to to the economy and to middle-class families, and had still had plenty of time to debate the $700 billion price tag for for the other cuts. TAPPER: Why not do that? Why not introduce the bill REPORTER: Why not get Republicans on the record? TAPPER: and and force Republicans to filibuster that? GIBBS: They were unwilling to do that. They were unwilling to REPORTER: But who has the power to introduce the bill? (CROSSTALK) GIBBS: No, no, guys, what Im my original answer was, I dont think the bill is the existence of the of the fight. It is that look, John Boehner said TAPPER: But youre not youre not even fighting GIBBS: But but John Boehner said quite clearly on Sunday that he would go along with the middle-class stuff, right? Then fury rained down, and quickly we crawfished back over to, well, well, wait, middle- class, its going to the price for doing middle-class is tax cuts for the wealthy. And and we could have done middle-class. TAPPER: Isnt the real problem the fact that there are Democrats who agree with the Republicans on the issue? There are 47 GIBBS: I think we could have done middle class, but the Republicans werent interested. TAPPER: Yeah, but REPORTERS: But the Democrats TAPPER: you dont need the support of the Republicans in the House to pass anything. GIBBS: No, but to play along with your if a bill has to become youve got to pass them in both houses. And you were not going to get 60 votes to go and just do middle-class tax cuts, were you? TAPPER: Yeah, but I guess my question is, why not try? If you actually think that this is a winning campaign issue GIBBS: It wasnt because the Republicans were the Republicans said they werent going to do it. _______________________________ Chris Wallace: after Ahmadinejads statement about 9/11 possibly being an inside job, the State Department called him delusional. We just heard the president calling his remarks hateful. And yet, Brit, the president still talks about diplomacy with Iran. Why is it that Mr. Obama refuses to take no for an answer from the Iranians? Brit Hume, Fox News Sr. Political Analyst: It is a little hard to imagine at this stage that he hasnt gotten the message. Its really sad and worrisome that he cant see that this guy is a crude little thug, that there is no point in having a negotiation with, because you probably cant trust anything he says or agrees to. Hes totally mercurial. He changes from one day to the next on the things he says. But he tends towards saying outrageous and yes, indeed, even delusional things. There is no indications that the mullahs who run the country behind the scenes are dissatisfied with him and would rather have some other spokesman out there. None whatever. The public in that country may be dissatisfied with him, but the president has done nothing to discourage that. In my view, he continues to almost legitimize the guy. I think its very foolish behavior on the presidents part. Conservatives: Michelle Malkin, speaking of those President Obama has thrown under the bus: The wheels on the bus go thump, thump, thump in the Obama White House. Greta Susteren (who is more of a moderate than a conservative): Democratic Senators and Congressmen are not out bragging, theyre out defending their votes. Dennis Miller: Obama is not a Muslim; hes an ineffectual civil servant. Ann Coulter: This week, all weve heard about is how [Christine] ODonnell once said she went on a date with a guy in high school who claimed to be a witch. (So what? Bill Clinton married one!) Comedian Argus Hamilton: President Obama signaled a change in U.S. policy toward the Third World Thursday in a U.N. speech. He said he intends to promote commerce and free trade with poor nations rather than just give them money. If it works there, hes going to try it here. Glenn Beck (this is paraphrased from memory): What progressives want to do first is, take away personal responsibility from us. Matthew Dowd: The public doesnt judge a president by the legislation he passes. (From memory) John Stossel: Progressives want to raise taxes on individuals who make more than $200,000 a year because they say its wrong for the rich to be `given more money. Sundays New York Times carries a cartoon showing Uncle Sam handing money to a fat cat. They just dont get it. As Ive said before, a tax cut is not a handout. It simply means government steals less. What progressives want to do is take money from some by force and spend it on others. It sounds less noble when plainly stated. Austin Hill: Americans are learning once again that campaign rhetoric is no substitute for sound economics. And any American President who promises to make your life better by vilifying your fellow countryman, is a very dangerous character indeed. Victor Davis Hanson: What optimistic Americans used to call a rising tide that lifts all boats is now once again derided as trickle-down economics. In other words, a newly peasant-minded America is willing to become collectively poorer so that some will not become wealthier. Burt Prelutsky: Obama and his cronies keep referring to `the last decade in their sorry attempt to blame the Republicans for the present state of the nation. The truth, however, is that the GOP only ran things for the first six of those 10 years. Once the liberals took control of Congress in 2006, it was Dodd, Frank and Obama, along with their good friends at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, who brought about the housing meltdown and the ensuing financial collapse. Since 2008, its been the Obama administration that has sent the national deficit soaring through the stratosphere. Neil Cavuto: President Obamas chief-of-staff, jumping ship; President Obamas economic team jumping ship, his vice president voter the stimulus, jumping jacks. Historic Conservatives: James Madison: If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place, oblige it to control itself. President Calvin Coolidge (1873-1933): We demand entire freedom of action and then expect the government in some miraculous way to save us from the consequences of our own acts.. Self-government means self-reliance. Many of these quotes came from: papundits.wordpress.com From Conservative Review #146 (HTML) (PDF)
Police find hit and run car
A 15-year-old boy, naked except for a blanket, died in a hit and run smash after running onto a Sydney highway following an argument with the mother of his baby daughter.Jerry Ngaronoa was killed on the Hume Highway at Casula, in the city's south-west, about 12.50am
Jerry Browns choices for key posts reflect his long career Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times Jerry Brown's choices for key posts reflect his long careerLos Angeles TimesSome held high positions when Jerry Brown was governor in the 1970s. Veterans of the Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger administrations, career state bureaucrats and high-level corporate executives are in the mix. From left, lawyer James M. Humes Jerry Brown makes numerous key appointmentsSan Francisco ChronicleJerry Brown appoints wife as 'special counsel,' names two executive secretariesSacramento BeeBrown fills cabinet postsSan Jose Mercury NewsStockton Record-News1
Hume: Sports anglers have to reel in their avarice to help save salmon stocks
Well, it seems there is a tomorrow. It just arrived. Last year, reports Jeremy Maynard in the Campbell River Courier-Islander, sports anglers killed approximately 195,000 chinook, over 138,000 of them off the west coast of Vancouver Island, where Fraser ...
Adelphi opens its Doors to a Night of Music on March 31
Jeremy Wright, a senior music major at Adelphi, has performed such roles as Death in Holst’s Savitri and King Balthasar in Amahl and the Night Visitors. The Adelphi Chorus, directed by Michael Hume, joins the orchestra and soloists in the oratorio.
'Real Housewives' comedy to benefit Hume After-Prom
Front row, left to right: Kaitlee Metcalf, Kelsie Wikoff, Jeremy Lewis, Lacy Gooch and Caleb Reese Front center: Colby Sisson. A comedy dinner theater benefitting the Hume English department and After Prom will feature a performance bringing Cricket County ...
The Hume Report: The fashion industry stripped bare
Three months in the making and more than 50 interviews later, international fashion editor Marion Hume’s survey of the state of the ... which is why Indhra Choudhury and Jeremy Somers of We Are Handsome grabbed attention so fast for bold prints on ...
Morgan Co. track team travels to Greene Co.
The team’s distance runners continued to impress, with junior Gladwin Kreiman and freshman Jeremy Craft taking first and second ... the lead until the last straightaway.” Sophomores Megan Hume and Elizabeth Mahoney finished second and third ...
Bowling scores for March 22
Tuesday Nite Dellettes (Laura Bittaker 567, Brenda Leggett 518) Tinlin’s Atwood Lanes 150; Genet Boys Entertainment 130; Lighthouse Bistro 121; Hume Tree Farms ... Lowe’s on the Strip 29.5; Jerry’s Gals 29; Senior Fitness 27; Post Office 25 ...
Government Update for March 24: Moffat County Commission meeting
15 a.m. Discussion with Charlene Abdella and KC Hume, of the Moffat County Sheriff’s Office — Request waiving the bid process for Public Safety Center phone system • 10:15 to 10:30 a.m. Discuss Housing Choice voucher program • 10:30 ...
REAL ESTATE: What's the selling price on your neighbor's house?
109 National Terrace; from Janice Skinner, Sandra Merz, Amelia Waligorski, Scott Beard, Chris Beard, Katherine Beard; to Jerry L. Carver and Debra L ... Luhr; to Christine H. Hume and William C. Hume; $172,000. *405 Morrison; from Karen Hunter ...
Jeremy M. Brock, 37, Hampden ... Hanson, 20, Bangor, minor possessing liquor, $250. John E. Hume, 19, Saint David, possessing marijuana, $350; sale, use of drug paraphernalia, $300. Heather Kehr, 22, Bangor, theft by unauthorized taking or ...
Mapleton announces upcoming events
The Mapleton monthly bike ride will be held Saturday, April 14, at 10 a.m. Meet at the Mapleton Community Building where the ride will head to Hume for lunch at Sisters ... moving into the old Lalman place -- Jeremy and Sabrina Walker and family.
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William J. Hume
William J. Hume, a.k.a. Jerry Hume, is an American heir, businessman and conservative philanthropist. Biography Early life: William J. Hume ...
David Hume ... The philosopher Jerry Fodor proclaimed Hume's Treatise "the founding document of cognitive science Also famous as a prose ...
author Greg Pallone; Jerry Hume | date Thursday, 14 March 2013 | title Carnival passengers stuck on cruise ship to fly into Orlando | url ...
News 13 (Central Florida)
Current on-air staff : Jerry Hume - general assignment reporter. Bakari Savage - general assignment reporter. Margaret Kavanagh - Brevard Bureau ...
Marvin's Room (film)
David Petrarca , was adapted for the screen by McPherson and directed by Jerry Zaks . ... Robert De Niro , Hume Cronyn , Gwen Verdon , Hal ...
the score of the film Alien by Jerry Goldsmith date April 2011, as ... An early example can be found in Tobias Hume 's "Harke, Harke." ...
Jerry Alan Fodor (ˈ | f | oʊ | d | ər; born 1935) is an American philosopher and ... Hume Variations, Oxford University Press, 2003, ISBN 0- ...
2005 Cincinnati Reds season
The Reds were managed by Dave Miley for most of the season, and after being fired, was followed by Jerry ... Roster: 47 | Tom Hume (bullpen ...
Basic American Foods
It was started in 1933 by Jaquelin Hume and his brother Bill Hume as ... The company is led by Jack and Bill Hume's sons, George and Jerry . ...
Goldsmith | cinematography Alan Hume | editing Malcolm Cooke | ... composed and conducted by veteran composer Jerry Goldsmith , who had been ...