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Such a Rock 'n' Roll Night


Download links and information about Such a Rock 'n' Roll Night by Bunny Paul. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Rockabilly, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 01:14:23 minutes.

Artist: Bunny Paul
Release date: 2002
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Rockabilly, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 31
Duration: 01:14:23
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No. Title Length
1. Such a Night 2:29
2. New Love 2:19
3. Honey Love 2:08
4. I'll Never Tell 2:01
5. Lovey Dovey 2:25
6. I'm Gonna Have Some Fun 2:35
7. You Came a Long Way from St. Louis 2:30
8. Answer the Call 2:15
9. Watcha Gonna Do 2:27
10. Two Castanets 2:03
11. Leave My Heart Alone 1:56
12. Baby Sitters Blues 2:15
13. Teen Age Heart 2:29
14. History 2:03
15. Sweet Talk 2:08
16. Tell the Man 2:13
17. Take a Chance 2:55
18. Please Have Mercy 2:34
19. That's Love 2:19
20. The Gypsy 2:30
21. Beedle Lump Bump 2:06
22. Poor Joe 2:10
23. Buzz Me 2:23
24. Never Let Me Go 2:54
25. Love Birds 2:11
26. We Wanted to Marry 2:28
27. Such a Night (Alternative Version) 2:21
28. A Milion Miles from Nowhere 2:36
29. We're Only Young Once 3:06
30. I'm Hooked 2:28
31. Sentimental Rhapsody 3:06



It's easy to draw parallels between Bunny Paul and the more famous Georgia Gibbs: both were white pop vocalists who enjoyed hits with covers of R&B songs, had a penchant for singing dramatic exotic pop songs ("Take a Chance" is Paul's "Kiss of Fire"), and dabbled in rock & roll and teen material while in their mid- to late thirties. Unlike Gibbs, Paul also wrote some of her material, including the double-sided rockabilly classic "History" b/w "Sweet Talk." Such a Rock and Roll Night is a 31-track anthology of Paul's commercial recordings, including two of her three chart hits (her first hit, "Magic Guitar," is missing) and a sampling of her work for ten different record labels from 1948-1963. Paul recorded prolifically despite her modest chart success, and crossed racial barriers by appearing on record with the doo wop group the Harptones in 1954 and signing with Berry Gordy's Gordy label in 1963. That said, her singles — again, like Gibbs — offer a fairly typical (for the time) assortment of R&B covers, pop oldies, teen-oriented efforts, and occasional pop ballads. Such a Rock and Roll Night is mastered from vinyl with varying results, and sports a thick booklet with numerous label shots, trade ads, and photographs. The sound quality isn't always the best, but a collector could easily spend more than the price of this anthology to obtain just one of Paul's vintage 45s.