Little Richard

Little Richard - Little Richard
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
1958 Ratings: #16 / 20
User Score
Based on 58 ratings
1958 Ratings: #12
Liked by 7 people
July 1, 1958 / Release Date
LP / Format
Specialty / Label
Rock & Roll / Genre
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Favorite Tracks: By the Light of the Silvery Moon, Send Me Some Lovin', Baby Face


The History of the Albums - n°79

[I invite you to read my previous review of Little Richard's first album - Here's Little Richard (1957) to better understand his life and this one]
Concretely Little Richard could have stopped there after his first album in the sense that he had already proved great things, because he already had some extraordinary songs, notably Tutti Frutti which are part of the rock n roll songs that revolutionized music, while being an extravagant and phenomenal ... read more


An extremely energetic rock & roll album with the most hyped I've felt from first listening to Little Richard's vocals that I was entranced from the very first track. Had a lot of fun giving this a listen and while it muddled a little bit in the middle of the album's runtime, not once did the energy go down as there was a unique flavour and exciting ideas thrown into each track.

Favs: Keep A Knockin', By The Light Of The Silvery Moon, Send Me Some Lovin', The Girl Can't Help It

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Track List

  1. Keep A Knockin'
  2. By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
  3. Send Me Some Lovin'
  4. Boo Hoo Hoo Hoo
  5. Heeby-Jeebies
  6. All Around The World
  7. Good Golly, Miss Molly
  8. Baby Face
  9. Hey-Hey-Hey-Hey
  10. Ooh! My Soul
  11. The Girl Can't Help It
  12. Lucille
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Added on: February 3, 2013