Formed: 1952 // TX, United States Disbanded: February 9, 1981 Members First Comets (1952-55): Bill Haley (vocals, guitar, 1952-81) Johnny Grande (piano, accordion, 1952-62) Billy Williamson (steel guitar, 1952-64) Marshall Lytle (string bass, 1952-55) Joey Ambrose (tenor sax, 1953-55) Dick Boccelli (drums, 1953-55) Rudy Pompilli (sax, 1955-75) Al Rex (double bass, 1955-58) Ralph.
Bill Haley and His Comets is the title of the tenth album of rock and roll recordings by Bill Haley & His Comets. Released in April 1960, it was the band's first album release for Warner Bros. Records, following their departure from Decca Records at the end of 1959. The recordings were produced by George Avakian, who succeeded Haley's Decca producer, Milt Gabler.
Bill Haley And His Comets – Bill Haley And His Comets. Notes: Note: this album contains several newly recorded versions of earlier hits, different from the 1950s Decca releases.
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Bill Haley & His Comets was an American rock and roll band that was founded in 1952 and continued until Haley's death in 1981. The band, also known by the names Bill Haley and the Comets and Bill Haley's Comets (and variations thereof), was the earliest group of white musicians to bring rock and roll to the attention of white America and the rest of the world.
Rock With Bill Haley and the Comets. Album, 1956, Trans Records. 1. Calling All Comets. 2. Rockin' Through the Rye. 3. A Rocking Little Tune.
The band, also known as Bill Haley and the Comets and Bill Haleys Comets, was the earliest group of musicians to bring rock and roll to the attention of America. From late 1954 to late 1956, the group placed nine singles in the Top 20, one of those a number one, although several members of the Comets became famous, Bill Haley remained the star. 8. Strictly Instrumental (album) – Recorded over the span of more than 18 months, Strictly Instrumental was the ninth rock and roll album by Bill Haley & His Comets, and their final album of new material for Decca Records.
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Composed By – Erno Rapee, Lee Pollack*
|A2||I Got A Woman
Composed By – Ray Charles
|B1||Where Did You Go Last Night
Composed By – Gabler
|B2||A Fool Such As I
Composed By – Bill Trader
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: PEP 1895 380
- Matrix / Runout: PEP 1896 380
|10 171 EPB||Bill Haley And His Comets||More Bill Haley! (7", EP)||Brunswick||10 171 EPB||Germany||1959|
|10 171 EPB||Bill Haley And His Comets||More Bill Haley! (7", EP)||Brunswick||10 171 EPB||Spain||1959|