African-American music, namely blues and rhythm'n'blues, gave the hillbilly and country sound of the 30s and 40s the wings, or rather the hips, to make rock and roll a worldwide triumph. Although 'Rock'n'Roll' was also a label to introduce white audiences to the infamous 'black' Rhythm'n'Blues, its protagonists didn't stop playing their newly named music in the 50s, long before that Civil Rights Movement, popular music first built delicate bridges between the separate spheres of 'Black and White'.
With the sixth 'Boss Black Rockers' episode, 28 songs again show the vitality of rhythm'n'blues, many of which are only known to connoisseurs, including artists such as JOE TEX, THE EGYPTIANS, CLARENCE 'FROGMAN' HENRY, ROBERT PARKER, THE VIBES, ROY 'MR. GUITAR 'GAINES, BILLY LAMONT,' BIG 'AL DOWNING, JIM BREEDLOVE and many more.
1 Bobby Freeman Mardi Gras Rock 2 Billy Lamont I Got A Rock And Roll Gal 3 Eugene Church Miami 4 Little Mac I Need Love 5 Amos Milburn Chicken Shack Boogie 6 The Blonde Bomber Strollie Bun 7 Young Jessie Hit, Git And Split 8 The Vibes Let The Old Folks Talk 9 Harold Burrage She Knocks Me Out 10 Eddie Bo Oh-Oh 11 Mr. P.T. And The Party-Timers Crazy Sadie 12 The Seniors Pitter Patter Heart 13 Don And Dewey Bim Bam 14 Robert Parker All Nite Long Pt 2 15 Bobby Day Three Young Rebs From Georgia 16 The Egyptians Flipping Their Top 17 Paul Griffin Ragdoll Baby
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