Scotty Moore was in the delivery room when Rock & Roll was born, kicking and howling in the Tennessee night. On July 5, 1954, guitarist Moore, bass player Bill Black and a young man from Tupelo, Mississippi, by the name of Elvis Aaron Presley recorded "That's All Right" at the Memphis Recording Service - and the world was never to be the same again. Now, in another music city's most celebrated studio, Moore and a clutch of Rock & Roll's most famous sons pay tribute to that young man and the music he brought to life. Mama, it certainly is all right.
Tracklisting: 1 Blue Moon Of Kentucky - Mark Knopfler 2 My Baby Left Me - Mike Sanchez 3 That's All Right - Eric Clapton 4 Heartbreak Hotel - Steve Gibbons 5 Trying To Get You - Albert Lee 6 Baby Let's Play House - Mark Knopfler 7 Shake, Rattle & Roll - Paul Ansell 8 Mess Of Blues - Paul Ansell 9 One Night With You - Paul Ansell 10 Don't Be Cruel - Steve Gibbons 11 Money Honey - Eric Clapton 12 All Shook Up - Mike Sanchez 13 Lawdy Miss Cloudy - Mike Sanchez 14 Blue Moon - Martin Taylor 15 I Forgot To Remember To Forget - Paul Ansell 16 Reconsider Baby - Paul Ansell 17 Ready Teddy - Paul Ansell 18 Heartbreak Hotel - Martin Taylor 19 Don't - Dave Gilmour 20 Jailhouse Rock - Steve Gibbons 21 Good Rocking Tonight - Paul Ansell 22 I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine - Steve Gibbons 23 (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care - Albert Lee 24 Blue Suede Shoes - Albert Lee 25 Tenessee Waltz - Martin Taylor 26 Mystery Train - Eric Clapton 27 Hound Dog - Albert Lee 28 Jerry Schilling