ROCK 'N' ROLL

(NO. 2)

New Black Label RCA Logo

Light Green Label RCA International Logo

Track Listing:

Side 1:
1. Rip It Up
2. Love Me
3. When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again
4. Long Tall Sally
5. First In Line
6. Paralyzed

Side 2:
1. So Glad You're Mine
2. Old Shep
3. Ready Teddy
4. Any Place Is Paradise
5. How's The World Treating You
6. How Do You Think I Feel

RCA International

INTS 5142

Released: September 1981:

electronic stereo (169)

Original release: April 1957:

mono (CLP 1105) (02)

Previous re-issue: December 1962:

mono (RD 7528) & electronic stereo (SF 7528) (169)

RCA used this opportunity to get rid of some surplus stock of the 'new black Label' electronic stereo re-pressings of 'Rock 'n' Roll No. 2'

(SF 7528). Copies of the original 'SF' sleeve, containing the 1980's 'new black' album, had a sticker applied to the rear of the cover changing it to the 'INTS' catalogue.

RCA also released a proper 'INTS' sleeve and album.

This meant that you could buy this album that uses the same catalogue number in electronic stereo or mono at the same time.

Recording Information:

Rip It Up

(September 3, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Love Me

(September 1, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again

(September 2, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Long Tall Sally

(September 2, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

First in Line

(September 3, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Paralyzed

(September 1, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

So Glad You're Mine

(January 30, 1956: RCA Studio 1, New York)

Old Shep

(September 2, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Ready Teddy

(September 3, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

Anyplace is Paradise

(September 2, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

How's the World Treating You

(September 1, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

How Do You Think I Feel

(September 1, 1956: Radio Recorders, Studio 1, Hollywood, California)

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