School of Rock 'n Roll - Cover Versions of "School of Rock 'n Roll"

Cover Versions of "School of Rock 'n Roll"

  • The Alphabets LP The Alphabets “Bowl You Over”

Rockhouse LPL 9201. 1991 Netherlands

  • The Blue Moon Rockers CD The Blue Moon Rockers “School Of Rock & Roll”

Rarity Records CD-192527, 1996 Belgium

  • Johnny Reno LP Johnny Reno “Third Degree”

Wildcat Records LP-JE3D, 1990 USA

  • Mess of Booze CD Mess Of Booze “Ungehobelt & Versoffen”

Tomb Records CD-2009, 1993 Germany

  • The Vees CD The Vees “Crash Boom Bang It Out”

Rockhouse Productions CD RHS-50421-3, 1995 USA

  • Alan Leatherwood CD Alan Leatherwood “Rock, Bop, Folk, And Pop”

Ohio Moon Records CD-790, 2004 USA

  • The Starlight Wranglers CD Starlight Wranglers “Rough House R&R Vol. 3 Various Artists”

Rough House Records CD RHCD-003, 2004 Japan

  • The Greyhounds CD The Greyhounds “Songs Our Daddies Taught Us”

Pair Of Dice Records CD PODR-002, 2004 USA

  • The Lennerockers LP The Lennerockers “Rebels Of Nowadays”

Rockhouse Records LP-9106, 1991 Netherlands

The Lennerockers CD Lennerockers “Rebels And More” Lenne Records 2CD LR-00008, 2002 Germany (previously unissued Lennerockers tracks)

Raucous Records (record #) (date) UK

  • Red Hot Max And The Cats LP Red Hot Max and the Cats “Cuckoo Clock Rock”

Eagle Records LP NMLP-32, 1989 Sweden

  • Savage Kalman & Explosion Rockets LP Savage Kalman “School Of Rock And Roll”

Killroy Records LP KFA-13065, 1979 Netherlands

Savage Kalman & Explosion Rockets CD Savage Kalman “School Of Rock And Roll” SKY/Telstar Records (record #), 1998 Netherlands

  • Black Knights CD Black Knights “Jack In The Box”

Old Rock Records CD ORR-20041, 2004 Sweden

  • The Rhythm Rockets 7” 45rpm single “School Of Rock & Roll” b/w “Let’s Dance”

Presto Records P-101, 1989 USA

  • The Cornell Hurd Band CD The Cornell Hurd Band “Saturday Nite In San Jose”

(label & record #) 2002, USA

  • Rory Justice CD Rory Justice “The Rockabilly Kid”

Golly Gee Records CD GGR-1031, 2004 USA

  • Rockin’ Ryan and The Real Goners CD “Alive And Lowdown” ( w/ Rory Justice –‘live’ version

of "School Of Rock 'n Roll") Golly Gee Records CD GGR-(#), 2003 USA

  • The Polecats CD “Birth Of British Rockabilly Vol.2 Various Artists”

NV Records CD NVCD-10, 1994 UK

  • Hicksville Bombers CD Hicksville Bombers “Bombs Away”

Cool And Crazy Records COOL CD002, 1998, UK. “School Of Rock ‘n Roll” guitar riff was adapted to track #10 titled “Yes, I Do”

  • Gene Vincent UNISSUED. Gene Vincent “School Of Rock ‘n Roll”

Private recording, late 1960s. According to a 1998 Now Dig This! review of Derek Henderson's book "Gene Vincent A Discography", there is a Complete A-Z listing of the 217 song titles he’s (Vincent) known to have recorded-everything from the Capital biggies such as "Say Mama", "Rocky Road Blues", and "Wildcat" to lesser known items such as private recordings of "Stand by Me", "Chain Gang" and "School Of Rock 'n Roll". Also, according to Rockin' Ronnie Weiser during a May 19, 1997 interview: -“At first I tried to get Gene (Vincent) to record Gene Summers’ "School Of Rock 'n Roll" without much success. So then I told him to do whatever he wanted. The gem out of this 4-song recording session was “The Rose of Love” which brings tears to my eyes.”

  • Teen Kats 10” LP Teen Kats “After School Rock ‘n Roll”

Big Beat Records BBR-0013, 1981 France “School Of Rock ‘n Roll was a huge influence for this record.” -Thierry LeCoz of the Teen Kats, 1999

*Thierry Lecoz CD Thierry LeCoz “Tex-French Connection” Big Beat Records CD BBR-0081, 2003 France Recorded Onstage at the House Of Live, Paris, France July 3, 2002

Thierry LeCoz DVD “Tex-French Connection” BIG Beat Records BBR DVD 0001, 2003 France Recorded Onstage at the House Of Live, Paris, France July 3, 2002

  • Gary U.S. Bonds CD Gary U.S. Bonds School Of Rock ‘n Roll: The Best Of Gary U.S. Bonds Rhino/WEA, 1990 USA (Album title obviously inspired by Gene’s “School Of Rock ‘n Roll” 45 which was released in 1958. Bond’s earliest release was in 1960.)
  • Lucky Strike Band CD Lucky Strike Band "If I Had Me A Woman" (label) (CD #), UK 2003
  • Big Sandy & his Fly-Rite Boys YouTube Video Big Sandy & his Fly-Rite Boys “School Of Rock ‘n Roll” 'Live from Café Sport - Delft, Netherlands 2005
  • Mike Mok and The Em-Tones mp3 Mike Mok and the Em-Tones “School Of Rock ‘n Roll” “Live” studio overdubs, USA 2007
  • Los Aceleradores mp3 Los Aceleradores “School Of Rock ‘n Roll”, 2004 Santiago, Chile, 2007
  • Various Artists School of Rock 'n Roll was used as the title for a (2) CD Box Set compilation released in the late 1990s. CD featured artists from the 1980s including: J. Geils Band, Billy Squier, Steve Miller, The Motels, Glass Tiger, Culture Club, Sheena Easton and others. (CD title obviously inspired by the Gene Summers original, classic 'School Of Rock ‘n Roll')

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