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Vintage 1950's Little Richard Music Concert Poster

Good Golly Miss Molly - Little Richard (London) (1958) No. 8. From the album 'American Graffiti Vol III'. Music inspired from the film.

19501 saw a rapid succession of rtythm and blues hits with songs from Little Richard such as Tutti Frutti. Little Richard was a big influence on stars like James Brown and Elvis Presley

Little Richard ...he could be from Mars... and, "in the '50s" he was from Mars!

David Bowie with Little Richard, one of his idols.

Long Tall Sally - 1956 "Little Richard" ~ Great song but it looks like LITTLE RICHARD was lip synching I'm sorry to say. A great Rocker none the less, and it did get it's share of air time at my shows.

Little Richard - Keep a Knockin (1957). "Keep A-Knockin' (but You Can't Come In)" is a popular song from the late 1920s, possibly written by Perry Bradford.[1] Variations were recorded by James "Boodle It" Wiggins in 1928, Lil Johnson in 1935, Milton Brown in 1936 and Louis Jordan in 1939.(According to Rolling Stone,Jordan had gotten it from James Wiggins and Kokomo Arnold.)" [Wikipedia]

Little Richard - "Long Tall Sally" - from "Don't Knock The Rock" - HQ 1956