V.A.Let There Be Rock'n'Roll, The Rock'n'Roots of AC/DC
In the early days the group would cut their teeth on the club circuit with a live set that would include a handful of band originals,a few Rolling Stones numbers plus many crowd pleasing Rock and Roll classics.
The Sydney club and bar scene was rough so you had to get the punters on your side.
With their original singer Dave Evans at the helm the group who play residencies at the likes of the New Hampton Court Hotel in Sydney entertaining with their own brand of loud guitar takes of ‘Carol’ and ‘Bye Bye Johnny’by Chuck Berry,’Tutti Frutti’by Little Richard,as well as rocking standards like ‘Shake,rattle and roll’ and ‘Blue Suede Shoes’.
Cranking out cover versions didn’t die even when the group composed more original material,a version of ‘School Days’ by Chuck Berry would appear on their second album’ TNT’,whilst ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’ would be pulled from their original 1975 debut album’High Voltage’ and issued as a single in America.
These roots are the reason that AC/DC have become one of the best loved bands on the planet who never fail to deliver the goods everytime.......
|Titel:||Let There Be Rock'n'Roll, The Rock'n'Roots of AC/DC|
|Format:||Vinyl LP, Vinyl, LP|
|Pressung:||UK – Original|
|Genre:||Rock / Indie|
|Style:||Rock n Roll|
|Gewicht:||250g (plus 250g Verpackung)|