It must have been heaven on earth, when record playing time was limited to only about three minutes per side, as there wasn’t enough space for more on a fragile 78 rpm shellac. The majority of these titles was simply designed for dancing and pure pleasure in late 40s and early 50s territory jukeboxes, most of them pressed in relatively small quantities only and good survivors from way back then are scarce today. Enjoy your Shag-, Lindy-, Balboa- or Boogie-dancing with this collection. To tell it with ‘The Hipster’: “Put a nickel in the slot!”
Killer collection of tunes from the shellac era: 1945-1956.
All killers, no fillers. Limited edition release!
Groove Juice (I Need It Bad) - Jack McVea
Walkin - Joe Liggins
Midnight With Sampson - Red Callender Sextette
If It's Love You Want - Henry Red Allen
Red Red Wine - Milt Buckner
All Tore Up - The King's Henchmen feat. Kenny Burrell
Wine-O - Jack McVea
Get Out Of That Bed - Babs Gonzales
Dig This Menue Please - Red Rodney Sextettet
Hanka Boo - Rusty Bryant
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