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Hey Boogie - Cecil Gant - Were Gonna Rock (CD, Album)

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  1. We’re Gonna Rock – We’re Gonna Roll Comps "We're Gonna Rock - We're Gonna Roll" is an excellent audio history of how Rock & Roll came to be. This dense cut set is divided into four genres: R&B, DooWop, Rockabilly and finally good old early Rock & Roll.
  2. Feb 12,  · Amos Milburn - Amos Boogie Merrill E. Moore - Red Light Chuck Miller - Vim Vam Vamoose Moon Mullican - Country Boogie Fats Domino - Please Don'T Leave Me Champion Jack Dupree - Daybreak Rock Cecil Gant - Cecil Boogie No.2 Professor Longhair - Hey Little Girl Piano Red - Rockin' With Red Ray Charles - Hallelujah I Love Her So Lloyd Glenn - Chica.
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  6. CD 3, 1. Amos Milburn - Amos Boogie (), 2. Merrill Moore - Red Light (), 3. Chuck Miller - Vim Vam Vamoose (), 4. Moon Mullican - Country Boogie (), 5. Fats Domino - Please Don't Leave Me (), 6. Champion Jack Dupree - Daybreak Rock (), 7. Cecil Gant - Cecil Boogie No 2 (), 8. Roland Byrd - Hey Little Girl (), 9.
  7. In , he recorded the crooning ballad "I Wonder," under the name "Private Cecil Gant," and the record went to the top of Billboard's charts. Though the tune was not rock and roll, his "Cecil's Boogie" was pretty close. So were his late 40's "Screwy Boogie," "Rock the Boogie," "Syncopated Boogie," "Hogan's Alley," and "Boogie Woogie Baby.".
  8. Gant recorded for Bullet from to , with titles like "Nashville Jumps", "Boogie Woogie Baby", "Ninth Street Jive" and "Boozie Boogie" indicating where his true talent lay. In he recorded a pounding version of Wild Bill Moore's "We're Gonna Rock" for Decca. And then, less than a .

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