Thanks, I'm quite addicted of finding out all the original sources especially from hardcore and rave tracks as I really like the genre, although it is sometimes very hard as there where so many copycats as you pointed out.
All the evidence points to the original being the Bobby Charles version, and the year of release for the Bill Haley version appears to be 1956 (recorded in 1955, after the Charles version) not 1954 as currently stated on this site.
Bill Haley and the Comets' version is not the original, Chris.
Great find, always interesting, and sometimes difficult to uncover the original source for second generation breaks like this one.
rest in peace!
Idiot can't write real music so just steal it.
Bill Haley & the Comets' See You Later, Alligator...
What about Merge - You're My Everything 1982 Riff Guitar?
Hey... in my opinion Hendrix's "House Burning Down" have simmilar melody, and Henridx was first with this... of course Whiters's crescendo is awsome :)
naaahh this isnt taking a sample , this is steal a song
The Soul Mann sample actually starts at one second, not a minute and five seconds.
Singing woman is at 2:30 in the Turkish track.
anyone knows where the singing woman at 14s comes from? need help please!
Hi,I'm searchingthat for a song which lyrics are quite similar with harder better faster stronger by Daft punk (the chorus in fact). It's like old swing jazz and the voice is a crooner's one (like Sinatra).Any Idea pppppllllssssss?
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