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The Old Payola Roll Blues (Like The End)

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  1. The persecution of a few rock ‘n’ roll mavericks was only one of a series of tragedies that threatened to silence the new sound at the end of the s. In Elvis Presley was drafted into the Army, Little Richard left rock ‘n’ roll and returned to the church, and Jerry Lee Lewis was blacklisted after his marriage to his thirteen.
  2. The Old Payola Roll Blues (Like The Beginning) Music By – Billy May Performer [With] – The Toads: B: The Old Payola Roll Blues (Like The End) Orchestra – Billy May's Orchestra* Performer [And] – Jud Conlon's Rhythmaires*
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Old Payola Roll Blues & Other Hysterical Hits of the 50s - Stan Freberg on AllMusic.
  4. Albert James "Alan" Freed (December 15, – January 20, ) was an American disc jockey. He became internationally known for promoting the mix of blues, country, rhythm and blues music on the radio in the United States and Europe under the name of rock and monmorekyfarebocatecocawoods.xyzinfo career was destroyed by the payola scandal that hit the broadcasting industry in the early s.
  5. The phrases "Rock" and "rock and roll" were rhythm and blues euphemisms for this. sex. Up until the end of the 's the vast majority of recorded music was or sounded like. show tunes.
  6. May 26,  · In , Stan Freberg did a parody on the Payola Scandal, by calling it "Old Payola Roll Blues", a two sided single, where the promoter gets an ordinary teenager, named Clyde Ankle, to record a song, for Obscurity Records, entitled "High School OO OO", and then tries to offer the song to a Jazz radio station with phony deals that the Disc Jockey just won't buy it.
  7. Payola has never been an issue within Australia; and it is widely denied by those within the broadcast industry. This claim is supported by most commentators, whose view is that Australia has traditionally been too small a market to warrant payola-like inducements. Yet the world wide web isn’t beholden to geographical borders.
  8. Interesting too that U.K. EMI put "Sh-Boom" on the verso and chickened out of releasing "Payola Roll Blues part 2" which actually WAS about payola and featured the sleazy label owner/producer trying to hype the Clyde Ankle song to radio stations.
  9. The Old Payola Roll Blues (Like The End) Stan Freberg: Ken Nelson: Rate: Notes Featuring Jesse White Produced by Ken Nelson A: Music By Billy May with The Toads B: With Billy May's Orchestra and Jud Conlon's Rythmaires BB Jan 4, Images Comments and Reviews: RecordDragon 24th Oct Part 1. Part 2: RecordDragon.

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