Unquestionably the aural feeling of this album is varied, with a dynamic and eclectic assortment of recordings. The titles are not used in chronological order they are used to fit with the albums direction and add a variety of sound. Most importantly due to the time frame of the recordings the sound and style for some artists may have changed. As always, the sequence of artists and styles sit comfortably side by side and this album focuses on Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, and up-tempo Blues music. The mouthwatering array of Rhythm & Blues talent includes; Eddie Bo, Smiley Lewis, Little Eddie who has a name change to Eddie Lang and the exceptional Earl King who has Fats on piano, but who is Fats? The stalwarts are; Paul Gayten and His Orchestra, Champion Jack Dupree, Roy Brown, Frankie Lee Sims, Jesse Thomas, Rudy Green, and Classie Ballou and a man who was integral in the New Orleans music scene Roy Byrd aka Professor Longhair. With a different musical approach, you will hear, Linda Hopkins, Oscar McLollie and His Honeyjumpers and Big Boy Myles with Mac Rebennack Orchestra together with Bluesmen supreme Slim Harpo and Buddy Guy to deepen the aural feel of the album. The Rock 'n' Roll hitmakers featured are; Fats Domino, Larry Williams, Clarence (Frogman) Henry, Richard Berry and The Lockettes, and Doo Wop rocker Donnie Elbert who add extra dynamism to the sound. The album like it's predecessors could also be referred to as a self-composed album for most of the songs that came from the artist's pen. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. As with every album, there is more music to hear and enjoy and the vibrant music has a pleasing up-tempo feel throughout. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound.
Unquestionably the aural feeling of this album is varied, with a dynamic and eclectic assortment of recordings. The titles are not used in chronological order they are used to fit with the albums direction and add a variety of sound. Most importantly due to the time frame of the recordings the sound and style for some artists may have changed. As always, the sequence of artists and styles sit comfortably side by side and this album focuses on Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, and up-tempo Blues music. The mouthwatering array of Rhythm & Blues talent includes; Eddie Bo, Smiley Lewis, Little Eddie who has a name change to Eddie Lang and the exceptional Earl King who has Fats on piano, but who is Fats? The stalwarts are; Paul Gayten and His Orchestra, Champion Jack Dupree, Roy Brown, Frankie Lee Sims, Jesse Thomas, Rudy Green, and Classie Ballou and a man who was integral in the New Orleans music scene Roy Byrd aka Professor Longhair. With a different musical approach, you will hear, Linda Hopkins, Oscar McLollie and His Honeyjumpers and Big Boy Myles with Mac Rebennack Orchestra together with Bluesmen supreme Slim Harpo and Buddy Guy to deepen the aural feel of the album. The Rock 'n' Roll hitmakers featured are; Fats Domino, Larry Williams, Clarence (Frogman) Henry, Richard Berry and The Lockettes, and Doo Wop rocker Donnie Elbert who add extra dynamism to the sound. The album like it's predecessors could also be referred to as a self-composed album for most of the songs that came from the artist's pen. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. As with every album, there is more music to hear and enjoy and the vibrant music has a pleasing up-tempo feel throughout. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound.
4260072727793

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Format: CD
Label: KOKO-MOJO
Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 4260072727793

Southern Bred 14 Louisiana New Orleans R&B / Var
Artist: Southern Bred 14 Louisiana New Orleans R&B / Var
Format: CD
New: Available online or call for in-store availability $12.99
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DISC: 1

1. Eddie Bo - I Love to Rock 'N' Roll
2. Little Sonny - Jones I Got Booted
3. Eddie Lang - She's Mine, All Mine
4. Roy Brown - Big Town
5. Jesse Thomas - Jack of Diamonds
6. Larry Williams - Let Me Tell You Baby
7. Earl King Featuring Fats on Piano - Is Everything Alright
8. Big Boy Myles and the Shaw-Wees - Who's Been Fooling You
9. Roy Byrd and His Blues Jumpers - Bald Head
10. Classie Ballou and His Tempo Kings Orchestra - Loving Huggin' Kissin' My Baby
11. Tommy Ridgely - Jam Up Twist
12. Buddy Guy - Slop Around
13. Slim Harpo - Bobby Sox Baby
14. Donnie Elbert - Leona
15. Roland Cook - I've Got a Girl
16. Linda Hopkins - Rock ; Roll Blues
17. Paul Gayten and His Orchestra - Cow Cow Blues
18. Fats Domino - Bo Weevil
19. Clarence Henry - I Found a Home
20. Champion Jack Dupree - Rub a Little Boogie
21. Frankie Lee Sims - Hey Little Girl
22. Larry Williams - You Bug Me Baby
23. Rudy Green and Orchestra - It's You I Love
24. Roland Cook - I Want to Know Why
25. Richard Berry and the Lockettes - the Mess Around
26. Linda Hopkins and the Red Callender Orchestra - Get Off My Wagon
27. Oscar McLollie and His Honeyjumpers - Hot Banana
28. Big Boy Myles with Mac Rebennack Orchestra - New Orleans

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Unquestionably the aural feeling of this album is varied, with a dynamic and eclectic assortment of recordings. The titles are not used in chronological order they are used to fit with the albums direction and add a variety of sound. Most importantly due to the time frame of the recordings the sound and style for some artists may have changed. As always, the sequence of artists and styles sit comfortably side by side and this album focuses on Rhythm & Blues, Rock 'n' Roll, and up-tempo Blues music. The mouthwatering array of Rhythm & Blues talent includes; Eddie Bo, Smiley Lewis, Little Eddie who has a name change to Eddie Lang and the exceptional Earl King who has Fats on piano, but who is Fats? The stalwarts are; Paul Gayten and His Orchestra, Champion Jack Dupree, Roy Brown, Frankie Lee Sims, Jesse Thomas, Rudy Green, and Classie Ballou and a man who was integral in the New Orleans music scene Roy Byrd aka Professor Longhair. With a different musical approach, you will hear, Linda Hopkins, Oscar McLollie and His Honeyjumpers and Big Boy Myles with Mac Rebennack Orchestra together with Bluesmen supreme Slim Harpo and Buddy Guy to deepen the aural feel of the album. The Rock 'n' Roll hitmakers featured are; Fats Domino, Larry Williams, Clarence (Frogman) Henry, Richard Berry and The Lockettes, and Doo Wop rocker Donnie Elbert who add extra dynamism to the sound. The album like it's predecessors could also be referred to as a self-composed album for most of the songs that came from the artist's pen. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. As with every album, there is more music to hear and enjoy and the vibrant music has a pleasing up-tempo feel throughout. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, twenty-eight songs, mastered for the best possible sound.



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