GUITAR PICKIN FOOL
The 14 best songs from the first episode that has already been released, which also comes with the LP as a CD with 28 songs! Rhythm 'n' blues tracks from the golden era of American pop music on Koko Mojo. After the great success of the first "Boss Black Rockers" series with 280 songs in ten episodes, the concept is continued with "More Boss Black Rockers". Afro-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 'n' roll a worldwide success. Although "rock 'n' roll" was also a label to introduce white audiences to the notorious "black" rhythm 'n' blues, its protagonists didn't stop playing their newly named music in the '50s, well before that Civil Rights Movement, popular music built the first delicate bridges between the separate spheres of "Black and White".
A1 Tony Harris – Chicken, Baby, Chicken A2 Neil Darrow With The Quarter Notes – She's A Fine Chick A3 Chuck Grey– Rock And Roll Is In My Soul A4 Titus Turner– Hold Your Loving A5 Don And Dewey – Justine A6 Jackie Wilson– You Better Know It A7 Earl Gaines– Now Do You Hear A8 The Jewels – Goin' Goin' Gone
B1 H-Bomb Ferguson– Mary Little Mary B2 Eugene Church– Mind Your Own Business B3 Teddy Humphries– Guitar Pickin' Fool B4 Johnny Johnson – Great Cooga-Mooga B5 King Perry– Come Back Baby B6 Sammy Taylor – Switchin' In The Kitchen B7 Lee Diamond– Hatti Malatti B8 Ernie Fields Orchestra– Knocked Out
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