Review #227: Here’s Little Richard, Little Richard

#227: Here’s Little Richard, Little Richard

Of the 227 albums we’ve reviewed thus far, this one has the earliest release date. Richard Penniman debuted with Here’s Little Richard in 1957, which continues to prove its remarkable staying power in 2022. There’s not a chance you haven’t heard “Tutti Frutti,” or at least the phrase A-wop-bop-a-loo-op-a-lop-bam-boom! (At least, I…

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