Presence is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Led Zeppelin, released by Swan Song Records on 31 March 1976.
01. Long Live Rock'n'Roll. 02. Lady Of The Lake.
Although the chaotic sessions that spawned this album have passed into rock & roll legend and the recording's very genesis (as an out-of-court settlement between John Lennon and an aggrieved publisher) has often caused it to be slighted by many of the singer's biographers, Rock 'n' Roll, in fact, stands as a peak in his post-Imagine catalog: an album
John Lennon – Rock 'N' Roll. Label: Music For Pleasure – MFP 50522. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Country: UK. Released: 25 Nov 1981. 1981 budget re-issue of album originally released Feb 1975. Re-issued along with a few other solo Beatles titles. Matrix data number indicates original master copy was used (YEX 943/944). Jacket art has been altered for this re-issue, track listing is the same as the original. Comes with the classic EMI "Important Notice" inner sleeve which has a date of 4-81 at the bottom. HΓM in the run-out is the signature etching for EMI/Abbey Road Mastering engineer Harry Moss. Original UK Apple pressing: John Lennon - Rock 'N' Roll.
Album Name Rock 'N Roll. Data de aparición 18 Octubre 1994. Labels Mercury Records. Estilo MusicalGlam Punk. Miembros poseen este álbum2. 1. Courageous Cat Theme. 3. Personality Crisis. 5. Looking for a Kiss.
But ‘Rock & Roll Music’ was one of those instant and irresistible hits that appealed to all radio programmers, helping it become a smash in both markets. Less well-known is a later version by Chuck’s fellow rock ‘n’ roll frontiersmen Bill Haley and the Comets, who cut it for their 1973 album Just Rock & Roll Music. The same year, teen hearthrob David Cassidy did the song, and Humble Pie included it on 1975’s Street Rats, before the Beach Boys gave ‘Rock & Roll Music’ a whole new lease of life as one of their 15 Big Ones, returning it to the American top ten in 1976. Bryan Adams chose it as one of his Tracks Of My Years, for his 2014 album of that name
I Love Rock 'n Roll is the second studio album by Joan Jett and the first with her backing band The Blackhearts. Soon after the first recording sessions at Soundworks Studios, original Blackheart guitarist Eric Ambel was replaced by Ricky Byrd. It is Jett's most commercially successful album to date with over 10 million copies sold, largely due to the success of the title track, which was released as a single soon after the album was released.