The Golden Age of American Rock 'n' Roll, Vol. 3

More good, classic stuff. Everyone will have different favorites according to their tastes, which is an advantage of having such a diverse collection on CD--you can skip around as you like. The roll call here includes many classic one-shots, by Wilbert Harrison ("Kansas City"), Bill Parsons ("The All American Boy," sung by Bobby Bare, although Parsons got the label credit), the Teddy Bears ("To Know Him Is to Love Him," Phil Spector's first classic), the Turbans ("When You Dance"), Skip & Flip ("It Was I"), the Olympics ("Western Movies"), and the Castells ("Sacred"). ~ Richie Unterberger

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