Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records brings together some of the most important tracks to be released on the notable Los Angeles record label. Founded in 1945 by Art Rupe, Specialty Records made a giant impact in the fields of gospel, rock n roll, and R&B. With legendary artists including Little Richard, Lloyd Price, Sam Cooke and Roy Milton this completion features 18 tracks that helped to shape R&B as we know it.

Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records brings together some of the most important tracks to be released on the notable Los Angeles record label. Founded in 1945 by Art Rupe, Specialty Records made a giant impact in the fields of gospel, rock n roll, and R&B. With legendary artists including Little Richard, Lloyd Price, Sam Cooke and Roy Milton this completion features 18 tracks that helped to shape R&B as we know it.

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Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records [LP]
Artist: Various Artists
Format: Vinyl
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1. LLOYD PRICE: Lawdy Miss Clawdy
2. LITTLE RICHARD: Long Tall Sally
3. ROY MILTON: R.M. Blues
4. SAM COOKE: Ill Come Running Back to You
5. JOE LIGGINS: Pink Champagne
6. LITTLE RICHARD: Tutti Frutti
7. PERCY MAYFIELD: Please Send Me Someone to Love
8. ROY MILTON: Information Blues
9. LARRY WILLIAMS: Bony Moronie
10. LITTLE RICHARD: Lucille
11. JESSE & MARVIN: Dream Girl
12. JIMMY LIGGINS: Drunk
13. LLOYD PRICE: Aint It a Shame?
14. LARRY WILLIAMS: Short Fat Fannie
15. PERCY MAYFIELD: Lost Love (Baby, Please)
16. LLOYD PRICE: Oooh-Oooh-Oooh
17. ROY MILTON: Best Wishes
18. LITTLE RICHARD: Rip It Up

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Rip It Up: The Best Of Specialty Records brings together some of the most important tracks to be released on the notable Los Angeles record label. Founded in 1945 by Art Rupe, Specialty Records made a giant impact in the fields of gospel, rock n roll, and R&B. With legendary artists including Little Richard, Lloyd Price, Sam Cooke and Roy Milton this completion features 18 tracks that helped to shape R&B as we know it.