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Bo Diddley is a compilation album by American rock and roll musician Bo Diddley. It collects several of his most influential and enduring songs, which were released as singles between 1955 and 1958. Chess Records issued the album in 1958. In 2012, it was ranked number 216 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All-Time list alongside his second album, Go Bo Diddley (1959).
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The Rovin' Flames were an American garage rock band formed in Tampa, Florida in 1965. Releasing five singles in their recording career, which was sometimes plagued by multiple line-up changes, the group is best-remembered for their final record "How Many More Times". Bo Diddley"/"Seven Million People" (Tampa Bay/BC-1111) 1966. How Many Times"/"Love Song No. 6" (Decca/32191) 1967.
Bo Diddley" is a rhythm and blues and rock and roll song first recorded and sung by Bo Diddley at the Universal Recording Studio in Chicago and released on the Chess Records subsidiary Checker Records in 1955. It became an immediate hit single that stayed on the R&B charts for a total of 18 weeks, 2 of those weeks at and seven more weeks than its flipside (the B-side, "I'm a Man").
THE ROVIN' FLAMES - 'Seven Million People', 'Bo Diddley' (Tampa Bay Records BC-1111) June 1966. Bo Diddley died this week aged 79. I don't have any of his records but realise that his simplistic rhythm 'n' beat was a template used by many English groups from the early/mid 60s such as The Animals, The Rolling Stones, The Pretty Things and The Yardbirds etc etc. Scores of teen beat combos from USA also had the Bo Diddley influence, maybe none more so than The Rovin' Flames from Tampa, Florida
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Written-By – Chamberlain*
Written-By – MacDaniels*
- Recorded At – H And H Productions
- Producer – Phil Kempin