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The Legend of Little Richard (30 Beautiful Rock and Roll Songs)

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01
Tutti Frutti
2:26  
02
I'm Just a Lonely Guy
2:39  
03
All Around the World
2:32  
04
Good Golly Miss Molly
2:11  
05
Baby Face
2:17  
06
Slippin' and Slidin'
2:44  
07
Long Tall Sally
2:08  
08
Lonesome and Blue
2:18  
09
Wonderin'
2:51  
10
She Knows How to Rock
2:04  
11
Directly from My Heart
2:20  
12
Maybe I'm Right
2:10  
13
Chicken Little Baby
2:02  
14
All Night Long
2:16  
15
The Most I Can Offer
2:22  
16
True, Fine Mama
2:43  
17
The Girl Can't Help It
2:35  
18
She's Got It
2:25  
19
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
2:11  
20
Ready Teddy
2:07  
21
Baby
2:05  
22
Rip It Up
2:22  
23
Jenny Jenny
2:03  
24
Send Me Some Lovin'
2:23  
25
I'll Never Let You Go
2:24  
26
Can't Believe You Wanna Leave
2:26  
27
Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey!
2:10  
28
Ooh! My Soul
2:15  
29
Heeby Jeebies
2:15  
30
Lucille
2:30  
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Total Tracks: 30   Total Length: 70:14

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