|A1||Keep A Knockin'|
|A2||By The Light Of The Silvery Moon|
|A3||Send Me Some Lovin'|
|A4||Boo Hoo Hoo Hoo|
|A6||All Around The World|
|B1||Good Golly, Miss Molly|
|B4||Ooh! My Soul|
|B5||The Girl Can't Help It|
|SP-2103||Little Richard||Little Richard (LP, Album)||Specialty||SP-2103||US||1958|
|HA-U 2126, HA-U.2126||Little Richard||Little Richard - Vol. 2 (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records, London Records||HA-U 2126, HA-U.2126||UK||1958|
|SP-2103||Little Richard||Little Richard (LP)||Specialty||SP-2103||US||Unknown|
|HA-U 2.126||Little Richard||Lucille Album N° 2 (LP, Album)||London Records||HA-U 2.126||France||1965|
|PSP 136||Little Richard||Little Richard (LP, Album)||Specialty, Artone||PSP 136||Netherlands||Unknown|
|Send Me Some Lovin'|
|Rip It Up|
|Long Tall Sally|
|Good Golly, Miss Molly|
|Keep A Knockin'|
|The Girl Can't Help It|
|Slippin' And Slidin'|
|AE1-1002||Little Richard||Little Richard (LP, Album, Comp, RM, Gat)||Audio Encores||AE1-1002||Canada||1980|
This page is a discography for rock and roll musician Little Richard. He began his recording career in 1951, signing to RCA Victor, and moved to Peacock Records in 1953. He attained international success after signing with Specialty Records in 1955. RCA Victor sessions: WGST Studio, Atlanta, October 16, 1951, and January 12, 1952. Peacock sessions: Houston, February 25 and October 5, 1953. Little Richard recorded the demonstration tape for Specialty at WBML Studio, Macon, on February 9, 1955.
2019 All Tracks Remastered.
Little Richard was such a restless force in the mid-'50s that even his B-sides were classics. Slippin' and Slidin'" was attached to the "Long Tall Sally" single as well as included on the excellent Here's Little Richard album. Richard turned it into a rock 'n' roll standard with his reworking. 8. 'Rip It Up' (1956).
Here's Little Richard – Heres Little Richard is the debut album from Little Richard, released on March 1957. He had scored six Top 40 hits the year, some of which were included on this recording. It is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die, the opening track Tutti Frutti was listed as N. 3 in Rolling Stone magazines 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. 9. The Fabulous Little Richard – The Fabulous Little Richard was the third album from Little Richard, and the end of his rock and roll period.
Little Richard had been making records for four years before he rolled into Cosimo Matassa's J&M Studio in New Orleans and cut the epochal "Tutti Frutti" in the fall of 1955, but everything else he'd done - and much of what others had recorded - faded into insignificance when Richard wailed "A wop bop a loo mop . In retrospect, Little Richard's style doesn't seem so strikingly innovative as captured in 1956's Here's Little Richard - his boogie-woogie piano stylings weren't all that different from what Fats Domino had been laying down since 1949, and his band pumped out the New Orleans backbeat that would define the Crescent City's R&B for the.
Southern Child was Little Richard's fourth and final album for Reprise Records, due to be released in 1972. However, for unconfirmed reasons the album was shelved, and the tracks comprising the album were finally released in 2005 from Rhino Records in their Complete Reprise Recordings collection. The Second Coming (Little Richard album). The Second Coming was Little Richard's third album for Reprise Records, and saw him reunited with Robert "Bumps" Blackwell from his Specialty days, with them co-writing the majority of the album together