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The Georgia Peach

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Tutti Frutti
2:25  
02
Baby
2:06  
03
I'm Just A Lonley Guy
2:37  
04
True Fine Mama
2:43  
05
Kansa City / Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
2:40  
06
Slippin' and Slidin' (Peepin' and Hidin')
2:42  
07
Long Tall Sally
2:10  
08
Miss Ann
2:17  
09
Oh Why?
2:09  
10
Ready Teddy
2:09  
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Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
2:07  
12
Rip It Up
2:23  
13
Lucille
2:25  
14
Heeby-Jeebies
2:16  
15
Can't Believe You Wanna Leave
2:28  
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Shake a Hand
2:49  
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All Around The World
2:27  
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She's Got It
2:26  
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Jenny Jenny
2:04  
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Good Golly Miss Molly
2:11  
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The Girl Can't Help It
2:31  
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Send Me Some Lovin'
2:20  
23
Ooh! My Soul
1:54  
24
Keep A Knockin'
2:17  
25
Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
1:51  
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Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 58:27

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Great collection

Stixwallah

Everything you need from Little Richard. Wonderful.

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Absolutely essential

duggie

This comp includes every track from his first album, most of his second album and a few tracks from his third. It is an amazingly good listen.

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The Best!

EMUSIC-007CF63D

This is, hands down, the best single disc Little Richard compilation. Richard is undoubtedbly the "Architect of Rock N.Roll." Git it now or shut up!

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They Say All Music Guide

Perhaps the greatest of Little Richard’s greatest hits compilations, the 25-track Georgia Peach features all of his biggest hits in chronological order, as well as terrific singles that never were as big as “Tutti Frutti” and “Good Golly Miss Molly.” On top of the sublime song selection and sound, the liner notes by compiler Billy Vera are splendid and insightful. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine