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Kiss Me: Rock 'n' Roll Songs Of Happiness 2 (Various Artists)
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: Atomicat
  • UPC: 4260072724389
  • Item #: 2462713X
  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 4/1/2022
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Kiss Me: Rock 'n' Roll Songs Of Happiness 2 (Various Artists) on CD

Kiss Me, Rock 'n' Roll Songs Of Happiness Volume Two, Atomicat Records (ACCD112) is a rock 'n' roll and rhythm & blues Valentine celebration album. The songs are sourced from 1955 through to 1961 and have all year-round playability. Every song has a positive feeling and the notion of the album is, enjoy the music's message about love and step onto the dance floor. The thirty Rocking and Rolling titles of love are based upon life and lead to the fruition of the dream and wedding bells. Kiss Me, Rock 'n' Roll Songs Of Happiness Volume Two, Atomicat Records ignites with a jumping title from Pat Kelly about a lady he wants to meet, Hey Doll Baby, the good luck continues with Chuck Johnson who has found a Sweet Baby and by the third song I'm Gonna Lock You In My Heart (And Lose The Key) which is from Roy Hamilton, the pace, and tempo is set and the exuberant message of the album is clear. The rhythm and blues rompers include; The Trojans with Ike Turner and Orchestra, I Wanna Make Love To You, Dolores Fredericks and The Rockin' Horses hip to life sonnet, Jack Pot, the loud and high-spirited Lloyd Price with gusto sings, Hello Little Girl, while Rudy Ray Moore is more thoughtful, Take A Little Time To Do Right, and Stick Evans and His Orchestra are clear in their message, You're The One. For extra interest there is a recording from the early days of The Four Tops the groovy love-rocker Kiss Me Baby, The white artists rockin' enhancing the album include; Johnny Burnette whose song Kiss Me titles the album, Carl Dobkins Jr. With The Seniors, Love Is Everything, and The Seniors, Baby Say The Word has a link, which the sleeve notes explain. The oh so happy Beverly Vance with youthful panache states a fact in her little-heard rocker, Will I, staying with the ladies Janice Smith is impatient and initiates the action during Kiss Kiss Crazy, the obscure Mello Rose with Joyce Daul And The Skyrockets announce I Love My Baby, while Buzz and Al want A Little Bit Of Lovin.