Be-Bop-A-Lula" is a rockabilly song first recorded in 1956 by Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps. There, he met Donald Graves, who supposedly wrote the words to the song while Vincent wrote the tune. Cf. "Money Honey" by the Drifters, 1953)
Songs in album Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-A-Lula (Original) (2009). 1. Race With The Devil. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
Be-Bop-A-Lula" is a rockabilly song first recorded in 1956 by Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps. The first recording of the song was at Owen Bradley's studio in Nashville, Tennessee on May 4, 1956. The backing band comprised Cliff Gallup (lead guitar), "Wee" Willie Williams (rhythm guitar), "Jumpin'" Jack Neal (string bass), and Dickie "Be Bop" Harrell (drums). In April 1957, the record company announced that over 2 million copies had been sold.
Be-Bop-A-Lula by Gene Vincent from the album Gene Vincent And His Blue Caps Released 2010-07-16 on Not Now Music. Gene Vincent left a priceless legacy of essential music which will endure forever and his place in history is guaranteed. He was the ultimate greaser, the genuine article and the autentic voice of his generation. Featured here in their entirety with bonus tracks are his first two albums, "Bluejean Bop!" and "Gene Vincent And The Blue Cats". All tracks have been digitally remastered for optimum sound quality.
Be-Bop-a-Lula" was the first record Paul McCartney ever bought. He performed the song on his 1991 MTV Unplugged appearance. More songs from Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps. According to Billboard, "Be-Bop-A-Lula" was actually tied at with both "A Little Love Can Go A Long, Long Way" by the Dream Weavers and "Mr. Wonderful" by Sarah Vaughan
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Be-Bop-A-Lula Lyrics. 2. Rocky Road Blues Lyrics. Be Bop a Lula Q&A. Writers Bill "Sheriff Tex" Davis, Donald Graves & Gene Vincent. More Gene Vincent albums.
Gene Vincent – Gene Vincent Be Bop A Lula. Gene Vincent – Dance To The Bop. 2:38. Gene Vincent – Be-Bop-a-Lula. Gene Vincent – Be-Bop Boogie Boy.
|A1||The King Of Fools
Written-By – Bob Barratt
|A2||Where Have You Been All My Life
Written-By – Mann-Weil*
|A3||A Love'em And Leave'em Kinda Guy
Written-By – Joy Byers
|A4||The Beginning Of The End
Written-By – Dwayne Detroit
Written-By – Margaret Russell
|A6||Space Ship To Mars
Written-By – Subotsky*, N. Paramor*
|B1||Be-Bop-A-Lula (Version 1962)
Written-By – G. Vincent*, S. T. Davis*
|B2||You're Still In My Heart
Written-By – Bob Barratt
|B3||Held For Questioning
Written-By – Charles Blackwell
|B4||There I Go Again (Whoops I'm Dreaming)
Written-By – John Gillard
Written-By – I. Raymonde*, M. Hawker*
Written-By – Joe Meek
|2M048-52162||Gene Vincent||Be-Bop-A-Lula (Inédit) (LP, Comp)||Sounds Superb||2M048-52162||France||1976|
|2M048-52162||Gene Vincent||Be-Bop-A-Lula (Inédit) (LP, Comp)||Sounds Superb||2M048-52162||Belgium||1976|
|048 52.162||Gene Vincent||Be Bop A Lula (LP, Comp)||Sounds Superb, Music For Pleasure||048 52.162||France||1976|