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2009 collection. Rock 'N' Roll instrumentals enjoyed huge popularity in the late '50s and here are 25 of the biggest hits, illustrating the kind of discs that made a whole generation of teenagers pick up instruments and start a group. Top Ten hits include 'Tequila', 'Rebel Rouser', 'Topsy' and, of course, 'Honky Tonk', which started the whole trend and became a huge million selling Pop and R&B hit! Includes legendary guitarists like Link Wray and Duane Eddy plus detailed liner notes describing the rise of instrumental Rock and the stars that made it so popular. Jasmine.

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1) Honky Tonk (Part 1) - Bill Doggett
2) Honky Tonk (Part 2) - Bill Doggett
3) Slow Walk - Sil Austin
4) Ram Bunk Shush - Bill Doggett
5) Raunchy - Bill Justis
6) Hard Times - Noble Thin Man Watts
7) Walking with Mr. Lee - Lee Allen and His Band
8) Tequila - the Champs
9) 7-11 (Mambo No.5) - Gone All Stars
10) Moovin and Groovin - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
11) Rumble - Link Wray
12) El Rancho Rock - the Champs
13) Rebel Rouser - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
14) Stalkin - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
15) Green Mosquito - the Tune Rockers
16) Topsy - Cozy Cole
17) Ramrod - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
18) Cerveca - Boots Brown and His Blockbusters
19) Tic Toc - Lee Allen and His Band
20) Poorboy - the Royaltones
21) Cannonball - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
22) Manhattan Spiritual - Reg Owen Orchestra
23) The Lonely One - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
24) Detour - Duane Eddy ; the Rebels
25) Raw-Hide - Link Wray

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