The popular Boss Black Rockers series on vinyl!
The 14 best songs from the third installment, which has already been released on CD, Rhythm'n'Blues tracks from the golden era of US popular music.
Each LP comes in an extra-wide case and includes a Koko Mojo-themed slipmat (20 designs total for 10 episodes, two per episode, randomly mixed)!
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 embark on a worldwide triumph as rock 'n' roll. 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 Big Al Downing – Yes I'm Loving You
A2 The Swallows– Itchy Twitchy Feeling
A3 Roy Gaines– Skippy Is A Sissy (If This Ain't Love)
A4 Choker Campbell– Walking On My Thin Sole Shoes
A5 Tony Allan – Rockin' Shoes
A6 Kenny Esquire And The Starlites– Boom Chica Boom
A7 Bobby Davis – Damper Down
B1 Guitar Red – Just You And I
B2 Ray Sharpe– Linda Lu
B3 Jimmy Charles And The Revelletts– Hop Scotch Hop
B4 Jim And Bob Harrison– Country Boy
B5 Ronnie And Roy – Big Fat Sally
B6 Joe Benson – Rock And Roll Jungle
B7 Lenny Johnson– Walk Ginny Walk
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