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  • Bland Bobby "Blue" - Further On Up The Road: The Duke Recordings 1955-1962 (2CD) (CD)


    This all-new import compilation
    (available on 2CD or 2LPs) from Southern
    Routes presents a powerful set of
    Bobby Blue Bland’s sublime recordings
    for Don Robey’s Houston TX-based, Duke
    Records, originally released from 1955
    through the end of 1962. During this
    term his music was a Tour de Force,
    Bland’s powerhouse vocals backed by
    savage, slashing guitars. He delivered
    hit after hit and by 1961 with the release
    of his legendary LP ”Two Steps From
    The Blues” (included herein) Bobby
    Bland had redened Texas Electric
    Blues and Southern Soul simultaneously.
    This is Excellent, Essential Music
    — without a doubt, some of the greatest
    Blues and Soul material ever recorded…

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  • Various - Rhythm & Western Vol. 10 – Nine Pound Hammer (CD)


    JATKOA! To this day black artists in C&W are still considered pretty much a novelty or an exception. The term Country Music was coined in the 1940s because the earlier term Hillbilly Music was deemed to be degrading. Many tracks here are classic C&W songs, a lot are great numbers that were released as R&B.

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  • Hawkins Screamin' Jay - Because You’re Mine: Hits & Rarities (2CD) (CD)


    CD Set / 30 Songs. Hits & Rarities.

    Includes the Original Unreleased version of ”I Put A Spell On You” and two previously unreleased tracks.

    Includes 15 tracks currently unavailable on CD & Vinyl. More than a ”one hit wonder” Jalacy J. ”Screamin’ Jay” Hawkins had a powerful, operatic vocal delivery married with raw Rhythm and Blues instrumental intensity. His wildly theatrical version of ”I Put A Spell On You” made him a Rock & Roll legend. This album focuses on the previously long lost tracks that demonstrate ”Spell” was just a small part of his palette.

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  • Various - Rhythm & Western Vol. 9 – You Are My Sunshine (CD)


    JATKOA! To this day black artists in C&W are still considered pretty much a novelty or an exception. The term Country Music was coined in the 1940s because the earlier term Hillbilly Music was deemed to be degrading. Many tracks here are classic C&W songs, a lot are great numbers that were released as R&B.

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  • Various - Exotic Blues & Rhythm – Vol. 13+14/ Oop Boomp & Rat-A-Ma-Cue (CD)


    First time on CD! Volumes 13 + 14 in our Exotic Blues & Rhythm series.

    Originally released on limited edition 10” vinyl!

    Enjoy amazing and danceable tunes from the late 50s and early 60s – a handful of Popcorn dancefloor smashs, a few grinding Tittyshakers, awesome Rhythm & Blues – most of them with an exotic twist! 24 songs per disc!

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  • Various - Destination Freeway – 33 Cruisin’ Deuces for your Summer Spectacular (CD)


    1-CD with 20-page booklet, 33 tracks. Total playing time approx. 78 min.

    Driving a car, a significant attitude to life for generations – Bear Family Records® provides the appropriate soundtrack, historical recordings from the number one automobile country: America!
    A nostalgic look back at the time of big cars, gas guzzlers with big blocks and seven-liter or more engine capacity, a dreamy counterpart to the here and now with all the necessary restrictions.
    33 recordings from 1950 to 1963 reflect the spirit of adventure around the subject of cars!
    Rarities, some of them on CD for the first time, meet here with recordings by Gene Vincent, film icon Jerry Lewis or Dinah Shore, great stars of their time.
    The sound alternates between genuine rockabilly, traditional rock ’n’ roll, some pop songs, doo-wop and rhythm & blues.
    The 36-page full-color booklet includes rare photos, illustrations and memorabilia, as well as informative accompanying text for each song.

    Cruisin’ Freeway U.S.A.

    North America was fast becoming the leading automobile nation. The vastness of the country, with its great distances, coupled with an inventive spirit and rapidly growing prosperity since the 1950s, provided the ideal breeding ground for the development and proliferation of fascinating automobiles.

    Early on, most vehicles had car radios that played around the clock the music for traveling and cruising that we have selected for this compilation.

    Whether driving down Route 66 from Chicago to L.A. or heading for the sunset on the next freeway, whether Riding In The Moonlight or parking on the sinful mile of Lover’s Lane, these songs from the fascinating era of the 1950s and early 1960s tell stories based on adventures and describe that feeling of following the seemingly endless highways with a juicy 8-cylinder under the long hood or just cruising, for fun, from diner to diner.

    Focus on Rock ’n’ Roll

    Most of the recordings on ‘Destination Freeway’ are pure Rock ‘n’ Roll. This is evidenced not only by extremely popular artists like Gene Vincent, but also by a host of lesser-known rockabillies, most of whose original singles are hard to find today.

    A number of groovy rhythm & blues numbers by Al Brown & His Tunetoppers, Clarence Garlow, Chuck Willis and Howlin’ Wolf are also represented, as is the vocal group fraction: Doo-Wop with The Spaniels, The Premiers, Aquatones, Del Vikings or Sammy Hagan & The Viscounts.

    Variety comes with Dinah Shore, The Lancers and comedy movie star Jerry Lewis in the form of three pop songs, including a historic sound document sung by Dinah Shore for a Chevrolet commercial.

    Driving and rock ’n’ roll – inextricably linked. So get in the car, turn on the music and go for it!

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  • Various - Buzzsaw Joint – Cut 7+8 /James & Misty / Johnny Alpha & Carl Combover (CD)


    As usual with Stag-O-Lee we compile two vinyl volumes on one CD into an 80 minute/32 track monster! Limited edition 0f 500 copies.

    Cut 7 comes from the crates of the Canadian couple James & Misty who currently resides in Osaka, Japan.

    Cut 8 introduces Johnny Alpha and Carl Combover, purveyors of all things sleazy, greasy and raw.

    Comes with an 8-page booklet with some info and detailed track-by-track notes.

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  • Various - West Florida Rhythm and Blues (CD)


    TAMPA and ST. PETERSBURG in FLORIDA were the focal point from the late 1940s through to the early 1960s for what is nowadays a neglected and obscure centre of black R&B music, much of it focussed around the saxophonist and bandleader Charles Brantley.

    Brantley, along with his front man vocalist Clarence Jolly, was recorded in the early 1950s by New York record label owner Bob Shad and Jasmine is proud to release these sides as part of a twenty-five track compilation of jumping R&B and smootchy ballads from the Sunshine State.

    Also included are cuts by such acts as Gene Franklin and his Rockin’ Spacemen and harmonica virtuoso Eugene ’Texas’ Ray, along with the flamboyant Guitar Shorty, although these artists had to migrate to New York City, or in the case of Shorty, Chicago, to make their recording debuts.

    Jam-packed full of rare recordings, this collection will delight both R&B collectors and enthusiasts and will shed a welcome light on a hitherto undocumented area of post-war American Rhythm and Blues music.

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  • Mallard Sam / Various - Sax Mallard In Session – The Mojo 1946 -1954 (CD)


    The latest instalment of Jasmine’s blues and R&B musicians ’In Session’ presents the great Chicago saxophonist Oett ’Sax’ Mallard. Of the hundreds of recordings he made just 26 have been chosen covering an 8 year period from 1946. As a session man he played with some of RCA Victor’s top blues singers. We start with a few of them, playing alto sax with Roosevelt Sykes and Tampa Red from 1946 then a year later clarinet with Washboard Sam, each memorable performances.

    A move to the Chess Brothers’ Aristocrat label saw sessions under his own name including the instrumental ’The Mojo’ and Artie Shaw’s ’Summit Ridge Drive’. The Aristocrat label became Chess in 1950 and another release by Mallard this time with Andrew Tibbs as vocalist. Two tracks from United with Roosevelt Sykes Honey Drippers then a session with Mercury, first with Big Bill Broonzy and on his own with ’The Bunny Hop’. Another Mercury session produced two more instrumentals including ’Accent on Youth’ where his overdubbed alto & tenor creating what has been described as ’an impossible sonic perspective’.

    Back to Chess for two instrumentals with his own orchestra and a couple with the popular Chicago club singer Mitzi Mars. Then with one of the many Chess doo wop groups The Coronets. For the final track he joined Guitar Slim’s New Orleans road band for a session that produced ’Later for You Baby’ and was released on the Los Angeles label Specialty.

    These 26 tracks just scratch the surface of his Chicago recording career but give an insight to what a great artist he was as a session man or in his own right.

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  • Motley Frank and His Motley Crew - Go! Man! Go! – Double Barrelled Blues and Boogie 1952-1956 (CD)


    FRANK MOTLEY was a famous R&B and Jazz trumpeter and bandleader, who recorded prolifically throughout the 1950s.

    His fame was not merely down to his volume of recorded work, but more for the power of his live performance, specifically his ability to play two trumpets simultaneously, which earned him the nickname ’Dual Trumpeter’ Motley.

    His Motley Crew famously featured singer/pianist Curley Bridges, singer Elsie ’Angel Face’ Kenley, and drummer Thomas ’TNT’ Tribble.

    They recorded extensively for Washington-based DC Records from 1951, who licensed many of their recordings to labels like Gotham, Specialty, RCA, Big Town, Hollywood and Gem.

    This is a great ’lost’ body of work, much of which has never previously appeared on CD.

    This repertoire is sought after by R&B and R&R collectors alike, notably ’Bow Wow Wow’, which is viewed by specialist collectors as being among the most raucous and exciting R&R records of all time.

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  • Cues - Why? (CD)


    Formed by Atlantic Records’ head of A&R Jesse Stone in 1954, THE CUES were one of the outstanding vocal groups of the 1950s.

    Their core personnel were Ollie Jones, Robie Kirk (aka Winfield Scott), Jimmy Breedlove, Abel De Costa, and Eddie Barnes, each member a superlative lead singer in his own right.

    They recorded prolifically, for Lamp, Jubilee, Groove and Capitol, making the US charts with ’Burn That Candle’ (which was covered by Bill Haley & His Comets) and ’Why’.

    Elsewhere they also sung on dozens of hits of the era, incognito, backing singers like Ruth Brown, Lavern Baker, Big Joe Turner, Nat ’King’ Cole, Roy Hamilton, Ivory Joe Hunter, Clyde McPhatter, etc.

    This unique compilation comprises everything that they recorded variously as The Cues, and The 4 Students in the 50s; a one-off 1960 ’reunion’ 45rpm, credited to Eddie Barnes; and four sides featuring them backing other artists.

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  • Strong Barrett / Various - Barrett Strong and The Roots of Detroit Soul (CD)


    The latest volume in Jasmine’s intense reissue programme of early Detroit Soul, this unique compilation is built around the seven singles which BARRETT STRONG recorded for Tamla and Atco, between 1959 and 1962.

    Strong was one of Tamla’s earliest hitmakers, famously recording the original version of ’Money’, the crossover R&B/Pop classic which would later be revived by Jerry Lee Lewis, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones, among many more.

    Also featured are six minor Tamla/Motown/Miracle artists CHICO LEVERETT (who was also a member of The Satintones), HERMAN GRIFFIN, SINGIN’ SAMMY WARD (who charted briefly with ’Who’s The Fool’), HERMAN LUMPKIN, GINO PARKS and ANDRE WILLIAMS (who went on to become an important producer), each of whom cut only a few sides for Berry Gordy’s labels.

    Like most compilations of early Tamla/Motown material this is a superlative body of work, and you wonder why more of these sides failed to become hits.

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  • Kolax King / Various - Those Rhythm and Blues 1948-1960 (CD)



    King Kolax, born William Little in 1912 is the subject of the next instalment in Jasmine’s series of ’backroom boys of jazz, blues and R&B’. From early days he built himself a reputation as a trumpet player but was able to handle a vocal or two. This collection starts with both sides of a very rare 78 on Joe’s Brown’s short lived Opera label showing Kolax’s ability as a blues singer. He & his orchestra stayed with Brown for two more releases this time on J.O.B. before they backed Joe Williams with his self overdubbed version of ’Everyday I Have the Blues’ the Chess Brothers issued on their Checker label. Still on Checker Danny Overbea ’pops’ up with his original version of ’40 Cups of Coffee’ before Bill Haley & the Comets got their hands on it.

    Mabel Scott’s latin-themed ’Fool Burro’ follows featuring Kolax on trumpet & Red Saunders on percussion before Rudy Green’s given a couple of Chances. Then there’s four more Overbea Checker titles including his Italian version of ’Sorrento’.

    Kolax next appears on VeeJay and of the eight titles recorded two were not issued at the time and four appeared later on a French Top Rank LP, all eight are issued together on CD for the first time and includes ’Those Rhythm & Blues’ with Calvin Carter, the A&R head & brother of label owner Vivian Carter, who impersonates a female fan who wants to hear ”those crazy rhythm ’n’ blues.” The misterioso latin instrumental ’Vivian’ was probably named after Vivian Carter. The disc ends with four rare tracks from the late 50s all with a more modern feeling.

    King Kolax is presented here as leader and supporting bandleader showing his musical diversity from the years 1948 until 1960.

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  • Kari Sax and His Orchestra - Swinging The Blues 1947-1957 (CD)


    Another edition to the ’backroom boys of soul, blues & R&B’ to go along with Howard Biggs, Red Saunders, Leroy Kirkland and King Kolax. Sax Kari was a major artist in this field and spent most of his life in music, recording for a multitude of labels some of which can be heard here and when not singing he can be heard on guitar or piano.

    Our selection starts with two titles recorded under his own name in 1947 with the Carolina Cotton Pickers, a long established jazz band with Anita Patterson handling the vocal on one, Kari the other, the original version of ’Signifying Monkey’ later recorded by Johnny Otis & many others. Gloria Irving follows with her recording in 1953 of ’Daughter (That’s Your Red Wagon)’ a follow up to Ruth Brown’s ’Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean’ & it made the Billboard R&B charts at No.8.There’s a selection with Gloria, then Bob ’Detroit Count’ White before a move to Chess with Lena Gordon’s only two recordings.

    At this stage in his career Kari switched to the popular vocal group format with the Senators, La Fets & Kitty and The Quailtones before reverting back to the blues with Katie Watkins, a much sort after Checker 45 with Kari as Texas Red, one of his many name changes. He’s also Texas Red with the Contours for the next two titles. Then back to Kari with The Alley Kats & Kitty and Little Sammy Ward before the crazy finish with his orchestra on ’Goldie The Green Eyed Octopus’ a spoof title similar to ’Flying Purple People Eater’ complete with sound effects!

    Here we have brief snapshot of the versatility of Sax Kari, more a major force in the soul, blues & R&R field than a backroom boy.

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  • Ace Johnny - The Complete Duke Recordings and More – 1952-1958 (CD)


    An overview of a legendary R&B performer who was one of the biggest R&B performers of the 1950s.

    Contains his entire output for Duke Records including 3 R&B number ones and 5 more Top 10 R&B hits including ’Pledging My Love’ which spent ten weeks in the top spot.

    The perfect way to ’discover’ an artist who only ever had one 7′ single released in the U.K. and that was 7 years AFTER his death!

    The CD also includes two recordings made by other artists in tribute to the singer / songwriter after his accidental death at Christmas 1954.

    The booklet contains a detailed look at Johnny Ace’s life, his death at his own hands along with scans of reviews, labels and press ads.

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  • Otis Clyde / Various - Looking Back – Bandleader, Songwriter, Producer – 1955-1962 (2CD) (CD)


    Although you will doubtless read elsewhere that Quincy Jones was the first black man to hold down a senior executive position in a major record company, the mighty CLYDE OTIS (he stood 6’4′) beat him to it by a good few years.

    Perhaps best known for his long, hugely rewarding collaboration with Brook Benton, songwriter / bandleader / arranger / producer, Otis possessed perfect ears and was a wildly successful writer and producer.

    At the outset of his career he was active as a recording artist, Clyde Otis And His Orchestra; Disc 1 of this unique compilation comprises tracks from his own LPs and 45rpms.

    Disc 2 presents Otis as a songwriter, arranger and producer, juxtaposing a handful of key hits and million sellers against a selection of collectors’ rarities.

    Much of the material on Disc 1 is unavailable elsewhere on CD, as are several of the more esoteric, collectable sides on Disc 2.

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  • Various - Aladdin’s Rockin’ Cave (CD)


    30 Rockin’ Rhythm and Blues Platters from Aladdin Records 1947-1960.

    ALADDIN RECORDS was one of the earliest indie labels in Los Angeles to specialise in Blues, R&B, R&R, Hillbilly and other non-mainstream musical genres.

    Originally formed in 1945 as Philo Records, the 30 tracks on this unique set span 1946-1960, and feature an eclectic range of both well-known and obscure performers.

    Many of the more rocking titles herein became popular in Europe during the 1970s Rockabilly Revival.

    Featured artists include celebrated names like Velma Nelson, Peppermint Harris, Harold Burrage, Chuck Higgins, Lowell Fulson, Dolores Gibson, Gene & Eunice, Marvin & Johnny and Sugar & Pee Wee (Sugar, being Sugar Pie De Santo), while Patti Anne, The Spence Sisters, Arthur ’Fatso’ Theus, The Jivers, Big T Tyler and Charles Sims occupy the opposite end of the ’fame’ spectrum.

    There are plenty of obscure collectors’ rarities herein, making this a potential cult collection.

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  • Bradshaw Tiny - The Jumpin’ Beat for the Hip Kids – 1949-1955 (CD)


    A veteran of the Swing and Big Band eras of the 1930s, TINY BRADSHAW became one of the most popular R&B and Jump Jive bandleaders of the early 1950s.

    He clocked up a string of hit records on the King label, out of Cincinatti, with ’Well Oh Well’, ’I’m Going To Have Myself A Ball’, ’Walkin’ The Chalk Line’, ’Soft’ and ’Heavy Juice’ all making the R&B Top 10, the latter two numbers famously featuring Red Prysock on tenor sax.

    Elsewhere, sides like ’Gravy Train’, ’Boodie Green’, ’Breaking Up The House’, ’Walk That Mess’, ’T-99’, and most notably Tiny’s original version of ’The Train Kept A-Rollin” (a number which would eventually become more readily associated with the Johnny Burnette Trio, for their wild Rockabilly version), were huge regional and Juke Box hits.

    This compilation also includes copious previously unreleased material.

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  • Various - Wacky A Rama Volume 1 (CD)


    The special editions added to the Atomicat Records-A-Rama series continue with Wacky-A-Rama. Most certainly we do not use juvenile novelty records, which are aimed at children.

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  • Various - Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday Vol. 3 – Shake That Thing (CD)



    Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday 03, Shake That Thing, is a double-hitting music anthology that is jam-packed with R&B intensity combining pounding blues and stirring up-tempo gospel. The people get wild and raucous on Saturday evening listening to Jump Blues. On Sunday they pray, and repent their sins, at church while singing along to inspirational upbeat Gospel songs. The compelling twenty-eight songs anthology from the years 1948 through to 1963 features wild blues titles from; Boo Breeding, Country Woman, Little Richard, She Knows How To Rock, Jerry McCain and His Upstarts, Run, Uncle John! Run, Leroy Foster and Muddy Waters, Locked Out Boogie which set the scene for the sinful evening. The sophisticated R&B rompers include; Memphis Slim, Big City Girl, Charles Epps, Shake That Thing, Billy Boy Arnold, Here’s My Picture, Little Milton, I’m A Lonely Man and many more. The inspiring Gospel stompers include; Mahalia Jackson, Said He Would, Charles White, Didn’t It Rain, The Sensational Nightingales, To The End, The Colemanaires, This May Be The Last Time, and there are more Gospel stompers to enchant you. The album is perfect for dancing! The pulsating sounds are ideal for Dee Jays, small cellar clubs, the home listener, and those who wish to own albums that are not full of overly reissued titles.

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  • Kirkland Leroy - Thrill-La-Dill (CD)


    Leroy Edward Kirkland aka Claude Cloud was primarily a jazz and rhythm & blues guitarist, who also worked behind the scenes as; a composer, conductor, session leader, and arranger. He is largely unknown to the general public and media-wise he is mainly confined to the annals of musical history, and his importance is not overtly acknowledged. The intention of this tribute to Leroy Edward Kirkland’s songwriting skills is to focus on his up-tempo titles which will entertain you at home, please the couples who enjoy dancing and bring his name into vernacular speech.

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  • Booker James - Behind The Iron Curtain plus… (5CD deluxe pack) (CD)


    James Booker – Behind The Iron Curtain plus… 5 CD deluxe pack set with 60 page booklet in 10inch format! Limited Edition.

    From Jelly Roll Morton to Jon Batiste, the city of New Orleans has produced more great piano players than any other place on earth. But James Carroll Booker III may very well have been the greatest of them all. When he died in 1983 at the age of 43 after years of health problems and drug abuse, only four Booker albums had been released, and his fans have been searching for additional recordings that showcase his genius ever since. While virtually unknown in the US, Booker had a strong following in Germany and neighboring countries, where he played more than 100 shows between 1976 and 1978. These were the years of his creative peak, and Booker always maintained that he played better there than he did anytime or anywhere else. But what exactly happened during those tours has long remained a mystery – until now. With its comprehensive new release ’Behind The Iron Curtain plus,’ RICHARD WEIZE ARCHIVES intends to tell, for the very first time, the full story of James Booker’s European adventures.

    It includes three complete Booker shows on five CDs: East Berlin (December 1976), Lausanne (January 1977) and Leipzig (October 1977). Interestingly, at that time East Berlin and Leipzig were part of socialist East Germany, a country that no longer exists, and how Booker got there and why he played some of the best shows of his career behind the Iron Curtain, of all places, is a whole story unto itself. James Booker was a virtuoso technician who combined influences as diverse as Ludwig van Beethoven and Ray Charles, Erroll Garner and Fats Domino, Frédéric Chopin and Professor Longhair into a unique style of New Orleans R&B piano that hasn’t been duplicated to this day. Plus he also sang with a bluesy, soulful voice full of anguish and emotion. No other posthumous Booker release has done full justice to his genius and we hope that ’Behind The Iron Curtain plus…’ will lead to a new appraisal of one of American music’s most gifted and overlooked originals. CD 1 61:49 | CD 2 59:07 Haus der jungen Talente East Berlin December 22, 1976 CD 3 72:26 Lausanne Switzerland January 27, 1977 CD 4 70:28 | CD 5 64:20 Moritzbastei Leipzig, East Germany October 29, 1977

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  • Various - On The Dancefloor With A Twist Again! – 23 More Tunes to Twist It Up (CD)


    1-CD (Digipak) with 36-page booklet, 23 tracks. Total playing time approx. 79 min.

    The CD album ’On The Dancefloor With a Twist’ (BCD17666) released in the summer of 2022 on Bear Family Records® was enthusiastically received by fans and dance crazies!
    So it’s time for a second jam-packed CD compilation with 23 more examples from the early 1960s, when seemingly the whole world became a dancefloor for hip-swinging people.
    Included: the inventors of the twist, Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, the Isley Brothers and the Marvelettes, pop greats like Louis Prima, Connie Francis and savvy guitarists like surf legend Dick Dale and bluesmen like Freddy King and Jimmy Spruill and and and …
    Extensive liner notes by Chicago music historian Bill Dahl in the comprehensive illustrated booklet and carefully mastered recordings from the best possible sources round out this fourth edition in our ’Dancefloor’ series!

    Last year’s ‘On The Dancefloor With a Twist’ compilation (BCD17666) was so much fun that it’s time for round two!

    It’s another jam-packed tribute to the dance sensation that swept the globe during the early ‘60s, containing 23 more workouts that’ll have you lacing your Twist shoes up tight.

    Naturally, the originators of The Twist, Hank Ballard and The Midnighters, are liberally represented with two more stellar examples of their historic invention (Do You Know How To Twist and Mr. Twister). The Isley Brothers’ classic Twist And Shout and The Marvelettes’ Twistin’ Postman are here as well.

    But plenty of singers not usually associated with dance also turn up, including Louis Prima and his deadpan distaff partner Keely Smith, Connie Francis, Linda Hopkins, and Billy Riley (as Darron Lee).

    Guitar wizards Dick Dale, Wild Jimmy Spruill, and Phil Baugh peel off red-hot licks in service of their Twist instrumentals; even Chicago bluesmen Freddy King and Smokey Smothers jumped into the craze.

    Included too is the second half of Paul Livert & The Lions’ epic Chicken Twist, which took up the entirety of Side 2 of their 1962 album.

    The compilation closes with Robby Lawrence’s The Twist To End All Twists – but in reality, this Twist party is just getting underway!

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