September the biggest TV show in the US - The Ed Sullivan Show - was begging Elvis Presley not to shake his hips or pucker his lips on primetime TV. Nothing would ever be the same again. Rock 'n' roll had been gestating for some years. A collision of R&B, blues and hillbilly country, it spawned a monster that, in 1956 had many different heads and came in a variety of flavors. Jukeboxes all over the globe were being bent out of shape. Three songs could change everything? forever. On 1956 Stag-O-Lee are featuring rare and cool 45s that might have made their way onto a dusty jukebox in the middle of nowhere. Compiled and annotated by Dave Henderson (Mojo, Righteous Records, etc.). Great Hatch Show Print-style cover art by Chris Moore. Features: Mabel King, The Willows, Otis Blackwell, Dusty Owens And Donna Darlene With The Rodeo Boys, The Peace River Rangers, Bob Regan, Roy Moss, Mac Curtis, Sonee West, Donna Darlene, Abbie Neal And Her Ranch Girls, Betty Brent, Jimmy Nolen, Lattie Moore, Boogaloo And His Gallant Crew and The Creel Sisters.