Simply no, the ’50s tempo & blues performer Al Collins is obviously not a home name. Actually, he would end up being lucky only to be chosen of the lineup with various other performers from the same name, aside from the well-known blues guitarist Albert Collins. But this Al Collins in fact has even more songwriting credits on information than every one of the various other Al Collins in the record business mixed. This Al Collins has already established material included in a few of the most popular and essential performers in rock and roll history, like the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, as well as the Everly Brothers. It could not be excessively far-fetched to claim that for at least many decades, each and every rock and roll performer who shook his sides would find out at least one quantity co-written by Collins, probably more. All this results in a significant difference between this guy and many additional obscure performers from his era: He got some credit. The main second in Al Collins’ background was the 1st record released from the famous Ace label: Collins’ “Shuckin'” and “I ACQUIRED the Blues for you personally” made just a little splash in comparison to lots of the label’s additional releases, but areas of these information — such as for example riffs and rhythmic motifs — would arrive afterwards several of Small Richard’s all-time biggest strikes, “Slippin’ and Slidin'” and “Lucille.” The charismatic Small Richard also was straight influenced by identical performer Eddie Bocage, also called Eddie Bo, who also cut early Ace edges. While a far more normal situation in the music business could have been for these efforts to look uncredited, regarding the tiny Richard sides, the partnership was apparently therefore apparent that both Collins and Bocage finished up with songwriting credits, at least a number of the period. There are most likely as much different variants on these credits as a couple of lines of mascara on an average Small Richard makeup work; occasionally neither Collins and Bocage are acknowledged, sometimes not Small Richard has got the nod from saving artists who appeared confident they could merely to remain as the author of these music. Who are able to blame them, when “Slippin’ and Slidin'” appears like 500 various other blues music and nobody may also understand the lyrics to “Lucille”?