Roger Roc LaRue: Discography
50s Rockabilly Songs

Starting with RAMA Records in 1957, discover some of Roc’s greatest songs such as “Baby Take Me Back”, “Teenage Blues”, “Rockabilly Yodel” and Holland Records in 1958 with “I Don’t Care If The Sun Don’t Shine”, to Wyncote Records in 1965 with “Hello There Mister” and “Cute Little Yodeler”. And in 1968 “Don’t Turn Around” and “Right or Wrong” with Subtown Records just to name a few.

In 2003, Roc LaRue started his own production with Roc Studio in Jacksonville Florida with “One More Time”, “Hey Little Baby”, “She’s My Woman”, “Ten More Miles to Go”, as well as “Honky Tonk Blues”, “Cajun Baby”, and in 2004 “Truck Drivin Man”, “Get A Little Closer”, and “Red Headed Mama” with Wild Hare Records.

Over the years many of Roc’s songs have also been included in LP and CD compilations worldwide such as “Rockin In the Farmhouse – Original Rockabilly”, “Chickin Bop Volume 2”, “Buffalo Bop – I Dreamed I Was Elvis”, “Roulette Rock n Roll Vol. 4 – Lotta Boppin”, “Tiger Records – 18 Knock-Out Tracks”, and “George Goldner Presents “The RAMA Story”.

For a complete song and production list see Roc LaRue Session Discography as seen in “American Music Magazine – No 108 – June 2006” below.