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Bands That Can Boogie Woogie - 103 Classic Original Recordings [ORIGINAL RECORDINGS REMASTERED] 4CD SET
mpn: CDJASBOX11, ean: 0604988031225,
4.5 out of 5 stars with 228 reviews
Boogie-Woogie piano had been around a long time before bandleaders got hold of the eight-to-the-bar and sent it to college. The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra recorded one of the earliest examples - circa 1938 - to hit the big time, showcasing their pianist Howard Smith. It was a sanitised version of the original Pinetop's Boogie Woogie. It proved to be an overnight sensation and fired up yet another Boogie-Woogie craze. Many swing bands, anxious not to be left out, altered their repertoire
Ruth Brown / Miss Rhythm
mpn: 1709478, ean: 0090431623220,
4.6 out of 5 stars with 174 reviews
Ruth helped pave the way from R&B to rock 'n' roll with her sizzling Atlantic albums-here are two of her hottest from the early '60s. Includes Teardrops from My Eyes; Oh What a Dream; 5-10-15 Hours; (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean; Mambo Baby; Wild Wild Young Men; Daddy Daddy; As Long As I'm Moving; It's Love Baby (24 Hours of the Day); So Long , and more-26 tracks in all!.
Jukebox Hits 1940-1950
4.0 out of 5 stars with 243 reviews
First in a new series that will offer the American Juke Box/Harlem Hit Parade/Race Record/Rhythm & Blues chart hits by a selection of the biggest stars of the 1940's and 1950's swing, jazz, jump blues and R&B scenes. Most of these performers have never had their biggest hits compiled in one place and for many years the likes of Count Basie and Duke Ellington were considered above the vulgarity of 'hit records' but these collections will feature all the 78's they made that were money spinners on
4.1 out of 5 stars with 285 reviews
A1 Devil's Roof 3:40
A2 Bea 4:24
A3 Dizzy 3:42
A4 No Parachutes 3:12
A5 Dragonhead 4:00
B1 Fall Down 3:37
B2 I'm Alive 2:50
B3 Angel 3:25
B4 Mania 3:01
B5 The Burrow 1:20
B6 Take 4:49.
More Party Time
4.2 out of 5 stars with 150 reviews
Half Heaven Half Heartache
4.6 out of 5 stars with 192 reviews
First ever CD issue of this seminal jazz soul stylist 60's Brunswick masters in their entirety. Package contains two complete Brunswick albums plus a non-album single and a previously un-issued master..
4.2 out of 5 stars with 146 reviews
A Musician who Straddled the Divide Between Blues and Jazz, Singer and Saxophonist Vinson Wrote Many Key Tunes, Including Two Made Famous by Miles Davis ''Tune Up'' and ''Four''. This Proper Introduction Presents Both Sides of this Great Musician, with Lineups that Include John Coltrane, Arnett Cobb, Illinois Jacquet and Many More. Comes with a Fully Illustrated Booklet featuring Comprehensive Liner Notes, Photographs and Discographies..
Very Best Of
4.9 out of 5 stars with 207 reviews
Everybody from Sister Rosetta Tharpe to Bill Doggett to Dizzy Gillespie played for Lucky that's how good his band was. Here we catch them during their early '50s stint for King Records, backing a bunch of R&B stalwarts including Mr. Trumpet Man Anisteen Allen; Who Said Shorty Wasn't Coming Back Henry Glover; Let It Roll Again Big John Greer; Chew Tobacco Rag John Carroll; The Grape Vine Melvin Moore; Please Be Careful Pigmeat Peterson; Ow! Sam ''The Man'' Taylor, and more. 24 tracks!.
New York Minute
By Willie Blues Band, Jay
mpn: CD201303, ean: 0880956130323,
4.7 out of 5 stars with 279 reviews
On their first ZOHO Roots release, the Jay Willie Blues Band lays down 15 vintage Texas blues, rock, and ballad tracks, including eight scorching band originals plus famous early R&B classics and obscure early blues rediscoveries. Inspired and influenced by the incendiary guitar and slide guitar work by Texas blues legend Johnny Winter, Willie fortifies his blues band with Winter s ex-drummer Bobby T Torello as a special guest. Other special guests include young Dutch R&B singer and YouTube
Very Best Of Eddie Cleanhead Vinson: Somebody Done
mpn: ., ean: 0090431289327,
4.3 out of 5 stars with 273 reviews
This original King Records LP features the title classic, a Top 10 R&B smash from 1949, plus No Good Woman Blues; Peas and Rice; Jump and Grunt; Home Boy; Lonesome Train; Eddie's Bounce , and 20 more!.
Jukebox Hits 1949-1955
4.4 out of 5 stars with 182 reviews
Our highly acclaimed Jukebox Hits series reaches the career of 'Miss Rhythm' herself, Ruth Brown. Here are all of her entries on Billboard's R&B Chart between 1949 and 1955. Also included are several tracks that failed to chart but were huge regional hits in different parts of America. Many of her classic recordings are featured here including, ''''Mama He Treats Your Daughter Mean'''', ''''Teardrops From My Eyes'''' and ''''5-10-15 Hours''''. The fully illustrated 8 page booklet includes
Let It Roll Again 1949-1955
mpn: CDRBAND7, ean: 5013929480728,
4.9 out of 5 stars with 144 reviews
Lucky Millinder - like Tiny Bradshaw - was a contemporary of Cab Calloway in the swing 1930s (managed, or should we say ''owned'' at one point by Al Capone) who turned to R&B in the 1940s/50s. His band was famous for being the breeding ground for singers like Wynonie Harris, Bull Moose Jackson, Rosetta Tharpe, Ruth Brown, and Big John Greer, and musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, Panama Francis, Sam ''The Man'' Taylor, etc. In the late 1950's/early 1960's, after disbanding, he became the toast of
David Broza At Masada: The Sunrise Concert
By Window to the World (WTTW)
sku: JUL11D04-45317, ean: 0890792002128,
4.8 out of 5 stars with 67 reviews
International composer, guitarist and singer David Broza performs in concert at the ancient fortress of Masada in the southern Israeli desert.
Joining David is legendary singer/songwriter Jackson Browne, Grammy Award-winner Shawn Colvin and the Neve Shalom~Wahat al-Salam Israeli-Palestinian School Choir on David's international hit song ''In My Heart.''
1. Night In Masada
2. In The Beginning Take #2
3. Sigaliot (Ramito de Violetas)
4. Somebody Make Me Laugh
5. Riding Shotgun Down
4.8 out of 5 stars with 53 reviews
Dime Store Hot Dance: Recorded in New York 1927-1930
4.7 out of 5 stars with 175 reviews
Compilation of songs from 1927-30 features hot dance recordings from the vaults of the Regal Record Company. Includes music from Mannie Klein, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Gott, Adrian Schubert & others..
Lionel Hampton & the Golden Men of Jazz
4.5 out of 5 stars with 229 reviews
The legendary Lionel Hampton, the ''King of the Vibraphone,'' performs in concert with his dazzling array of sidemen: ''The Golden Men of Jazz.'' This sensational performance recorded during his 1993 European tour was so outstanding it led to a thundering 20-minute ovation! Song List (Composed by): Hamp (Lionel Hampton), Cool Vibes (Clark Terry), Lester Leaps In (Lester Young), God Bless the Child (B. Holliday) Turn Me Loose (Al Grey), Paradise (Clifford Brown), How High the Moon (Morgan
Live In New York
mpn: 0788065881221, ean: 0788065881221,
4.4 out of 5 stars with 57 reviews
This is a snapshot in time - King Curtis on a 1961 evening, running through his current set. He was at a crossroads. He was playing at Atlantic for Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller who were working with the Coasters and the Isley Brothers. Also, he played for Phil Spector, who produced the Top Notes and Lavern Baker. The tape of this session lay on a shelf for some years, emerging only by chance. On the evidence, Curtis was as comfortable with jazz as with R&B artist. True or not, his influence on
Have Some Fun : Live At Ungano's
mpn: 0603497949335, ean: 0603497949335,
4.0 out of 5 stars with 92 reviews
To celebrate the release of Fun House in the summer of 1970, The Stooges brought the uncompromising ferocity of their second album to New York City and unleashed it within the cramped confines of Ungano's, a hole-in-the-wall club on the Upper West Side. A reel-to-reel set up in the audience recorded the manic maelstrom as the band performed the entire album -- except ''L.A. Blues'' -- along with the until-now unreleased tracks ''Have Some Fun'' and ''My Dream Is Dead.''
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