Greatest Hits 1957

Greatest Hits 1957

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Greatest Hits 1957

Greatest Hits 1957 collects the year's most memorable pop and rock hits, including Thurston Harris' "Little Bitty Pretty One," the Diamonds' "Little Darlin'," the Del-Vikings' "Come Go With Me," Bobby Day's "Rockin' Robin," and Duane Eddy's "Rebel Rouse." Songs by Bobby Helms, the Platters, the Coasters, and the Crests complete this retrospective of 1957's musical memories.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/11/1994
Label: Deluxe
UPC: 0012676780346
catalogNumber: 7803

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Coasters   Track Performer
Crests   Track Performer
Bobby Day   Track Performer
Del Vikings   Track Performer
Diamonds   Track Performer
Duane Eddy   Track Performer
Wanda Jackson   Track Performer
Olympics   Track Performer
Platters   Track Performer
Larry Williams   Track Performer
Dubs   Track Performer
Jimmy Clanton   Track Performer
Danny & the Juniors   Track Performer
Thurston Harris   Track Performer
Bobby Helms   Track Performer
Little Willie John   Track Performer
Marvin Rainwater   Track Performer
Jim Lowe   Track Performer
Jody Reynolds   Track Performer
Harold Kenneth Dorman   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Larry Williams   Composer
Maurice Williams   Composer
Buck Ram   Composer
Cliff Goldsmith   Composer
Jody Reynolds   Composer
M. Smith   Composer
Jesse Thomas   Composer
Billy White   Composer
Brenda McClearen   Art Direction
Chuck Young   Concept
Peter Tinturin   Composer
Dolores Nance   Composer

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Greatest Hits 1957 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Greatest Hits 1957 is not what it seems. Yes, there are plenty of hits here minus any heavy hitters from the likes of Elvis or Jerry Lee Lewis. What you do get are "alternate" versions of these songs. I believe only a couple here are even original release and several of the songs on this disc are not even from 1957. "Mountain of Love" was from 1960, "Yakety Yak", "Endless Sleep", and "Rebel Rouser" are all from 1958, to just to name a few. Unless you are into alternate versions of classics, Buyer Beware!