The popular Boss Black Rockers series on vinyl! The 14 best songs from the fifth 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 Eddie Clearwater – A Real Good Time
A2 Frankie Lucas– I Want To Rock You Baby
A3 Count Yates– Chimpanzee
A4 "Slick" Gipson And The Sliders – Foot Loose & Fancy Free
A5 The Ray Ellington Quartet– Giddy Up A Ding Dong
A6 Brook Benton– Hurtin' Inside
A7 Luther & Little Eva– Ain't Got No Home
B1 Leonard Carbo– Pigtails And Blue Jeans
B2 Buster Brown– Fannie Mae
B3 Eddie Bo– I'm Wise
B4 Dave "Baby" Cortez– You Give Me Heebie Jeebies
B5 The Gentlemen – Something To Remember You By
B6 V. And B.B. – They Just Rocking And Rolling
B7 Ike Haley And The Red Blazers– Lucille
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