3/30/2018

Cousin Harley - Blue Smoke: The Music Of Merle Travis

1. Divorce Me C.O.D. (3:39)
2. Deep South (3:03)
3. Blue Smoke (2:39)
4. So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packe (3:08)
5. Sixteen Tons (4:00)
6. Too Much Sugar For A Dime (2:55)
7. Cincinnati Lou (2:52)
8. Re Enlistment Blues (4:07)
9. Fat Gal (3:25)
10. Dark As A Dungeon (3:31)
11. Smoke Smoke Smoke That Cigarette (3:42)
12. Rosewood (3:05)
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Merle Travis - Guitar Rags and a Too Fast Past

Volume 1
01 - You'll Be Lonsome, Too
02 - The Steppin' Out Kind
03 - When Mussolini Laid His Pistol Down
04 - Two Time Annie
05 - What Willi Do
06 - So Long, Farwell, Goodbye
07 - God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds
08 - It May Be Too Late
09 - Be On Your Way
10 - Rainin' On The Mountain
11 - Give Me Your Hand
12 - Out On The Open Range
13 - Ridin' Down To Santa Fe
14 - Homey Grits
15 - That's All
16 - Boogie Woogie Boy
17 - Boogie Woogie Boy (alt)
18 - I Used To Work In Chicago
19 - Merle's Buck Dance
20 - Steel Guitar Stomp
21 - I Used To Work In Chicago (alt)
22 - I'm All Through Trusting You
23 - Weary Lonsome Me
24 - No Vacancy
25 - Cincinnati Lou
26 - Two Is A Couple (And Three Is A Crowd)
27 - What A Shame
28 - T For Texas (Blue Yodel #1)

Volume 2
01 - Missouri
02 - Divorce Me C.O.D.
03 - A Fool At The Steering Wheel
04 - Nine Pound Hammer
05 - Sixteen Tons (false start)
06 - Sixteen Tons
07 - Dark As A Dungeon
08 - Over By Number Nine
09 - That's All
10 - John Henry
11 - Muskrat
12 - I Am A Pilgrim
13 - This World Is Not My Home
14 - The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along
15 - Oh Why Did I Ever Leave Montana
16 - A Little Too Fer
17 - When Rosie Riccoola Do The Hoola Ma Boola
18 - Steel Guitar Rag (alt)
19 - Honey Bunch (alt)
20 - Sweet Temptation
21 - Don't Hand Me That Old Line
22 - Steel Guitar Rag
23 - Honey Bunch
24 - So Round! So Firm! So Fully Packed!
25 - Alimoney Bound
26 - Follow Thru
27 - Three Times Seven
28 - I' Sick And Tired Of You, Little Darling

Volume 3
01 - Sunshines's Back In Town
02 - The Devil To Pay
03 - Steel Guitar Rag
04 - Lawdy What A Gal
05 - Sioux City Sue
06 - Muskrat
07 - Fat Gal (false start)
08 - Fat Gal
09 - I Like My Chicken Fryin' Size
10 - Merle's Boogie Woogie (alt)
11 - Merle's Boogie Woogie
12 - Dapper Dan
13 - When My Baby Double Talks To Me
14 - I'm Pickin' Up The Pieces Of My Heart
15 - Information Please
16 - Any Old Time
17 - Kentucky Mean Paradise
18 - Leave My Honey Bee Alone
19 - I'm A Natural Born Gamblin' Man
20 - Get Along Blues
21 - A Too Fast Past
22 - Crazy Boogie
23 - You Better Try Another Man
24 - Deck Of Cards
25 - Wabash Cannonball
26 - Blues Stay Away From Me
27 - Philosophy
28 - I Got A Mean Old Woman

Volume 4
01 - I'm Picking Up the Pieces of My Heart
02 - Petticoat Fever
03 - Start Even
04 - Guitar Rag
05 - Cane Bottom Chair
06 - I'm Knee Deep in Trouble
07 - Little Miss Sherlock Holmes
08 - Too Much Sugar for a Dime (& Georgia Brown & Judy Hayden)
09 - Spoonin' Moon (& Georgia Brown & Judy Hayden)
10 - Trouble, Trouble (& The Whippoorwills)
11 - El Reno (& Georgia Brown & Judy Hayden & The Whippoorwills)
12 - Won'tcha Be My Baby
13 - Dry Bread
14 - Lost John Boogie (& The Whippoorwills)
15 - Deep South (& The Whippoorwills)
16 - Boogie in Minor (& The Whippoorwills)
17 - Let's Settle Down (to Runnin' Around Together)(& The Whippoorwills)
18 - Done Rovin'
19 - Faithful Fool
20 - Love Must Be Ketchin'
21 - Kinfolks in Carolina
22 - Kinfolks in Carolina
23 - Rainy Day Feelin'
24 - A Too Fast Past
25 - Knee Deep in Trouble
26 - Ain't That a Cryin' Shame
27 - I'll See You in My Dreams
28 - Cannon Ball Rag
29 - I'll Have Myself a Ball
30 - Bayou Baby (a Cajun Lullaby)
31 - Green Cheese

Volume 5
01 - Louisiana Boogie
02 - Guitar Rag
03 - Saturday Night Shuffle
04 - The Waltz You Saved for Me
05 - Crazy 'Bout You
06 - Re-Enlistment Blues
07 - Dance of the Golden Rod
08 - Gambler's Guitar
09 - Shut Up and Drink Your Beer
10 - Seminole Drag
11 - Jolie Fille (Pretty Girl)
12 - I Can't Afford the Coffee (I'm Tired of Drinkin' Weak Tea Blues)
13 - Blue Bell
14 - Memphis Blues
15 - The Sheik Of Araby
16 - On a Bicycle Built for Two (Daisy Belle)
17 - Black Diamond Blues
18 - Blue Smoke (Remake)
19 - Walking the Strings
20 - Saturday Night Shuffle
21 - Sleepy Time Gal
22 - Tuck Me to Sleep in My Old 'Tucky Home
23 - Rockabye Rag
24 - Bugle Call Rag
25 - Cuddle Up a Little Closer, Lovey Mine
26 - Beer Barrel Polka
27 - Turn My Picture Upside Down
28 - If You Want It, I've Got It
29 - Lazy River
30 - Hunky Dory 
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Roy Orbison - Dream Baby: The Complete Sun, RCA & Monument 1956-1962 Singles



01. Ooby Dooby
02. Go! Go! Go!
03. Rockhouse
04. You're My Baby
05. Sweet And Easy To Love
06. Devil Doll
07. Chicken-Hearted
08. I Like Love
09. Seems To Me
10. Sweet And Innocent
11. Almost Eighteen
12. Jolie
13. Paper Boy
14. With The Bug
15. Up Town
16. Pretty One
17. Only The Lonely (Know The Way I Feel)
18. Here Comes That Song Again
19. Blue Angel
20. Today's Teardrops
21. I'm Hurtin'
22. I Can't Stop Loving You
23. Running Scared
24. Love Hurts
25. Crying
26. Candy Man
27. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)
28. The Actress
29. The Crowd
30. Mama
31. Leah
32. Workin' For The Man
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3/25/2018

Bonnie Blade & The B-Flat Canaries - It's Getting Harder

Artist:
Title: It's Getting Harder
Genre: Blues, R&B, Rock & Roll
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Tracklist:
1. B-Flat Rock And Roll (2:24)
2. Paperboy (2:28)
3. It's Getting Harder (3:16)
4. Aviophobia Rockabella (2:15)
5. Helltrain Boogie (3:24)
6. Company (3:56)
7. Keep It Up (4:16)
8. Singin' Fool (1:52)
9. Talkin' Daddy (1:48)
10. Music Shop (2:24)
11. Missing Little Sue (2:48)
12. Sad Tale (4:16)
13. Dance Along (2:56)

When an album with a mix of rock & roll and rhythm & blues appears, we keep our ears focussed at Blues Magazine. And if we are presented with a very convincing album like this album by the German Bonnie Blade & the B-Flat Canaries, we are totally in the mood for it.
Bonnie and her flat canaries come from Freiburg and have existed since 2012. The band consists of Joanna Kapsch (vocals), Dominik Hauser (guitar), Philipp Richter (saxophone), Dominik Knapp (double bass) and Daniel Barth (drums).
As far as I know this is their debut album and that is completely filled with bluesy rock & roll.

The band immediately starts swinging with their recognition tune B-Flat Rock And Roll. Fresh from the liver swinging with wonderfully bluesy guitar work by Dominik Hauser, who is very good at the whole album.
Paperboy starts with a Bo Diddley beat and turns into angular swinging rock & roll with ultra cool vocals from Kapsch. Dominik Hauser again excels in a bluesy way in the wrist swinging It's Getting Harder. Aviophobia Rockabella deals with fear of fear. The band tries to get over their fear in a splashing rock & roll manner. They do so in flying speed ... and they go like a jet fighter ... and that's how I know how to come up with something. In the threatening rhythm & blues shuffle Company, the knorsax by Philipp Richter plays an important role. Keep It Up invites you to come together. A sparkling mix of rock & roll and rhythm & blues.
Talkin 'Daddy swings at full speed with razor-sharp guitars and question and answer vocals from Kapsch and her men. A Stray Cats-like number. Those same Stray Cats have also been influential in Music Shop. Sad Tale has, as it is in a sad story, a sultry jazzy sound in which Hauser again gets all the space to display his guitar licks.
Finally, we all go on the dance floor for the wild swinging Dance Along. (translated from Dutch)

3/23/2018

Rockabilly Girl


01. Jive Pipes - Glendorah (2:22)
02. 15 Megatones - Hot Stuff (2:42)
03. Diamond Rakes - Fantoman (1:41)
04. Jailbreakers - Dixie (2:47)
05. SKY Rockets - Silver Train (3:19)
06. BIG Livers - Ice Fishin' Boogie (3:00)
07. Neva River Rockets - Rocking All Time (2:16)
08. Shatters - Devil's Hash (3:14)
09. 15 Megatones - Bird Shit Boogie (2:19)
10. BIG Livers - Come Home Little Mama (1:49)
11. Jailbreakers - Wild One (2:04)
12. Cadillacs - On The Rocket (1:51)
13. Diamond Rakes - Birdman (2:40)
14. SKY Rockets - Oklahoma Cat (2:46)
15. Hook's Rhythm Kings - Eldorado (3:11)
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3/22/2018

Early Missouri Rockers




01. Rebel Rousers / Red Headed Woman
02. Rebel Rousers / Gunfire
03. Krazy Kats / Lovin' Up A Storm
04. Krazy Kats / Raw Hide
05. Krazy Kats / Great Balls Of Fire
06. Krazy Kats / Guitar Boogie Shuffle
07. Rebel Rousers / Leroy
08. Rebel Rousers / Guitar Boogie Rumble
09. Rebel Rousers / Maybellene
10. Rebel Rousers / Dark Road
11. Rebel Rousers / Bony Maronie
12. Rebel Rousers / Detour
13. Rebel Rousers / Slippin' And Slidin'
14. E.D. Johnson & The Missouri Valley Boys / Be My Baby
15. R.C Holmes & The Strattones / Does The Cat Have A Tail
16. Rockin' Flames / Cricket
17. Johnny Nace / A Bashful Sorta Guy
18. Rockin' Flames / Shim Sham
19. Orbits / My Rosa-Lee
20. Orbits / Mean Woman Blues
21. Orbits / Boogie In 'E'
22. Orbits / Frankie And Johnny
23. Orbits / Steel Guitar Rag
24. Night Rockers / Let's Have A Party
25. Night Rockers / E-String Boogie
26. Night Rockers / Baby Let's Play House
27. Night Rockers / Rock And Roll Ruby
28. Rebel Rousers / Spark Plug
29. Rebel Rousers / Down On Basin Street
30. Rebel Rousers / Night Train Stomp
31. Rebel Rousers / Fat Man's Walk
32. Billy Cox & The Covered Wagon Boys / I Can't Wait Til Saturday Night
33. Johnny Nace / You Got The Blues
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3/04/2018

Eddie Cochran - The Story

Somehow, time has not accorded Eddie Cochran quite the same respect as other early rockabilly pioneers like Buddy Holly, or even Ricky Nelson or Gene Vincent. This is partially attributable to his very brief lifespan as a star: he only had a couple of big hits before dying in a car crash during a British tour in 1960. He was in the same league as the best rockabilly stars, though, with a brash, fat guitar sound that helped lay the groundwork for the power chord. He was also a good songwriter and singer, celebrating the joys of teenage life -- the parties, the music, the adolescent rebellion -- with an economic wit that bore some similarities to Chuck Berry. Cochran was more lighthearted and less ironic than Berry, though, and if his work was less consistent and not as penetrating, it was almost always exuberant.

Cochran's mid-'50s beginnings in the record industry are a bit confusing. His family had moved to Southern California around 1950, and in 1955 he made his first recordings as half of the Cochran Brothers. Here's the confusing part: although the other half of the act was really named Hank Cochran, he was not Eddie's brother. (Hank Cochran would become a noted country songwriter in the 1960s.) Eddie was already an accomplished rockabilly guitarist and singer on these early sides, and he started picking up some session work as well, also finding time to make demos and write songs with Jerry Capehart, who became his manager.

Cochran's big break came about in a novel fashion. In mid-1956, while Cochran and Capehart were recording some music for low-budget films, Boris Petroff asked Eddie if he'd be interested in appearing in a movie that a friend was directing. The film was The Girl Can't Help It, and the song he would sing in it was "Twenty-Flight Rock." This is the same song that Paul McCartney would use to impress John Lennon upon their first meeting in 1957 (Paul could not only play it, but knew all of the lyrics).

Cochran had his first Top 20 hit in early 1957, "Sittin' in the Balcony," with an echo-chambered vocal reminiscent of Elvis. That single was written by John D. Loudermilk, but Eddie would write much of his material, including his only Top Ten hit, "Summertime Blues." A definitive teenage anthem with hints of the overt protest that would seep into rock music in the 1960s, it was also a technical tour de force for the time: Cochran overdubbed himself on guitar to create an especially thick sound. One of the classic early rock singles, "Summertime Blues" was revived a decade later by proto-metal group Blue Cheer, and was a concert staple for the Who, who had a small American hit with a cover version. (Let's not mention Alan Jackson's country rendition in the 1990s.)

That, disappointingly, was the extent of Cochran's major commercial success in the U.S. "C'mon Everybody," a chugging rocker that was almost as good as "Summertime Blues," made the Top 40 in 1959, and also gave Eddie his first British Top Tenner. As is the case with his buddy Gene Vincent, though, you can't judge his importance by mere chart statistics. Cochran was very active in the studio, and while his output wasn't nearly as consistent as Buddy Holly's (another good friend of Eddie's), he laid down a few classic or near-classic cuts that are just as worthy as his hits. "Somethin' Else," "My Way" (which the Who played in concert at the peak of psychedelia), "Weekend" (covered by the Move), and "Nervous Breakdown" are some of the best of these, and belong in the collection of every rockabilly fan. He was also (like Holly) an innovator in the studio, using overdubbing at a time when that practice was barely known on rock recordings.

Cochran is more revered today in Britain than the United States, due in part to the tragic circumstances of his death. In the spring of 1960, he toured the U.K. with Vincent, to a wild reception, in a country that had rarely had the opportunity to see American rock & roll stars in the flesh. En route to London to fly back to the States for a break, the car Cochran was riding in, with his girlfriend (and songwriter) Sharon Sheeley and Gene Vincent, had a severe accident. Vincent and Sheeley survived, but Cochran died less than a day later, at the age of 21
Tracklist:

01. Skinny Jim
02. Half Loved
03. Sittin' On The Balcony
04. Mean When I'm Mad
05. Am I Blue
06. Drive In Show
07. Twenty Flight Rock
08. Jeannie Jeannie Jeannie
09. Pretty Girl
10. Summertime Blues
11. C'mon Everybody
12. Teenage Heaven
13. Somethin' Else
14. Boll Weevil Song
15. Hallelujah, I Love Her So
16. Cut Across Shorty
17. Three Steps To Heaven
18. Sweetie Pie
19. Weekend
20. Lonely
Artist:
Title: The Story
Year Of Release: 2000
Label: EMI Plus
Genre: Oldies, Rock'n'Roll, Rockabilly
Quality: APE (image, .cue, log)
Total Time: 41:45
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1/07/2018

William T. & The Black 50's - Rock'n'Roll, Baby!

Artist:
Title: Rock'n'Roll, Baby!
Label: Part Records
Genre: Rock'n'Rol, Pop, Rock, Rockabilly
Quality: 320 Kbps

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Tracklist:

01. Rock'n'Roll Queen
02. Katherina Corinna
03. I've Been Fooled
04. Never Give Up
05. My Number One
06. I Miss You so Much
07. I Want You Tonight
08. Heisses Baby
09. Kaleena
10. Wendy
11. Little Sue
12. Hot Baby
13. Biker Bar

11/02/2017

The Kingmakers - Last Night In Nashville

1. Well Well Michelle (2:26)
2. High Roller (2:53)
3. Saturday Night (2:48)
4. Annabelle (3:13)
5. Eight Ton Jack False Start (0:24)
6. Eight Ton Jack (1:21)
7. Water And Wine (2:34)
8. Women And Weather (3:19)
9. Memphis In '55 (2:14)
10. Prom Night Car Crash (4:20)
11. Johnny Green (2:31)
12. Beale Street Blues (3:14)
13. Annabelle (Alt. Version) (3:05)
14. Well Well Michelle (Alt. Version) (2:28)
Recorded at Cowboy Jack Clement's studio in Nashville TN with JM Van Eaton (Jerry Lee Lewis, Billy Riley) and The Jordanaires (Elvis Presley, Ringo Starr). Resulting album "Last Night In Nashville" released Sept. 2010. Performed in front of a few thousand at Westfest festival.

Formed in 2006, The Kingmakers are Ottawa's premier rockabilly, swing, jive, country rock and roll combo, pulling out all the stops to put on an amazing live show that appeals to all ages. Just like the early pioneers of rock and roll, the band fuses a mix of styles from hillbilly to swing to R&B, into high-energy music and an engaging stage show that became known as "rockabilly".

The band features Clark Lawlor (vocals), John Cormier (guitar), Stephen K. Donnelly (upright bass), and Anastasios Basiliadis (drums).

A huge fan of early SUN Records and the pioneers of rock and roll such as Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins, in 2007 the band travelled to Memphis, Tennessee to visit Graceland, Beale St. and historic SUN Studio. At the end of the tour of SUN Studio, while the other tourists were being escorted out, The Kingmakers took out their instruments, plugged in, and began a one-night session with engineer James Lott. The result is a raw, "live off the floor" recording much like the greats would have made back in the mid-fifties. This session was released as the band's first CD, "Live at SUN Studio".

Not content to rest on their laurels, the band started work almost immediately on the follow-up. Working in their own studio, "Tupelo To Memphis" was recorded in the fall and winter of 2008 and released in 2009. Featuring 15 originals, the CD showcases the band's writing, bringing a fresh sound to a vintage style. The album received great reviews from fans and in the press.

In 2010 The Kingmakers released their third album, "Last Night In Nashville", recorded in Nashville TN at Cowboy Jack Clement's studio, with a little help from The Jordanaires and JM Van Eaton.
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10/24/2017

Merrill Moore - Boogie My Blues Away


CD1 :
01. Rock-Rock Ola
02. House Of Blue Lights
03. Big Bug Boogie
04. Saddle Boogie
05. Corrine, Corrina
06. Red Light
07. Bartender's Blues
08. Hard Top Race
09. Nola Boogie
10. Bell Bottom Boogie
11. Doggie House Boogie
12. Sweet Jenny Lee
13. Fly Right Boogie
14. (It's A) One Way Door
15. Snatchin' And Grabbin
16. I Think I Love You Too
17. Ten, Ten A.M.
18. Nola Boogie (EP Version)
19. Yes Indeed
20. Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue
21. Cow Cow Boogie
22. Boogie My Blues Away
23. Yes, Indeed (alternate)

CD 2:
01. Rock Island Line
02. King Porter Stomp
03. Cooing The Wrong Pigeon
04. She's Gone
05. Down The Road A Piece
06. Gotta Gimme What'cha Got
07. Nursery Rhyme Blues
08. Buttermilk Baby
09. Barrel House Bessie
10. Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Tucky Home
11. Music, Music, Music
12. Sun Walley Walk
13. Lazy River
14. Back Home Indiana
15. South
16. Shanty In Old Shanty Town
17. Sweet Georgia Brown
18. Nobody's Sweetheart
19. Jumpin' At The Woodside
20. Somebody Stole My Gal
21. Moore Blues
22. Sentimental Journey
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Cherry Divine - Rockabilly Chicks Vs. Mean Evil Woman

1. Queen Of Rockabilly (2:51)
2. Crazy (3:41)
3. Mean Evil Woman (3:38)
4. Don't Ya (3:05)
5. Vintage Pin Up Girl (3:38)
6. Baby Plays Bass (2:50)
7. Ain't No Fool (3:27)
8. Juniors In Love (3:07)
9. I Need A Man (3:21)
10. Rockabilly Dancers (3:09)
11. Special (3:02)
12. Fakin' It (3:00)
13. Brand New Tattoo (3:31)
14. Rockabilly Chick (3:31)
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Brian Setzer - Rockabilly Riot 1: A Tribute To Sun Records


01. Red Hot - 2:34
02. Slow Down - 2:33
03. Real Wild Child - 2:11
04. Rockhouse - 2:24
05. Put Your Cat Clothes On - 2:56
06. Lonely Weekends - 2:27
07. Get It Off Your Mind - 2:51
08. Just Because - 2:37
09. Glad All Over - 2:06
10. Flatfoot Sam - 2:20
11. Rock 'N Roll Ruby - 3:26
12. Blue Suede Shoes - 2:41
13. Tennessee Zip - 2:21
14. Mona Lisa - 2:31
15. Peroxide Blonde In A Hopped Up Model Ford - 2:48
16. Get Rhythm - 2:20
17. Stairway To Nowhere - 2:19
18. Boppin' The Blues - 2:54
19. Rakin' And Scrapin' - 2:20
20. Sweet Woman - 2:55
21. Flyin' Saucer Rock And Roll - 2:19
22. Lonely Wolf - 2:35
23. Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache - 3:12 
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The Wolverhinos - Love Runs Out!

1. Love Runs Out (3:20)
2. Budapest (4:07)
3. Rock And Roll (3:06)
4. Blame It On The Boogie (4:17)
5. Ace Of Spades (2:53)
6. Don‘t Turn Around (3:09)
7. Whole Lotta Love (3:20)
8. Big Yellow Taxi (2:30)
9. Stolen Dance (3:03)
10. Call Me Maybe (3:26)
11. Let‘s Dance (2:48)
12. No No No (3:56)
13. Wrecking Ball (3:18)
14. Dancing On My Own (5:42)
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VA - High School Caesar



01. Reggie Perkins / High School Caesar
02. Nighthawks / Jitterburg Joe
03. Bill Curtis And The Jayes / Panic Stricken
04. Ronnie Allen / High School Love
05. Jerry Parsons / Undecided
06. Lee Dresser / Thinkin' 'bout Your Love
07. Bill James And The Hex-O-Tones / School's Out
08. Earl Reed / Drink Wine
09. Eddie Mckinney And The Belvederas / Teen Town Hop
10. Bob Callaway And The Spiro Hep Cats / What's The Matter With
11. Donald King / I Love My Baby
12. Walt Benton / Summer School Blues
13. Ron Berry / Remember Me
14. Sonny Stafford / Record Hop Blues
15. Frank Triolo And The Shipmates / Pretty Little Woman
16. Jack Rodgers / Take Me Back
17. Moonlighters / Rock-A-Bayou Baby
18. Raiders / Hocus Pocus
19. Bob Alexander And The Coaxials / Treehouse
20. Danny And The Galaxies / If You Want To Be My Baby
21. Jack Day / Little Joe
22. Jerry Siefert / Dirty White Bucks
23. Melvin Blake And The Star Rockers / Judy Judy
24. Jerry Fuller / Mother Goose At The Bandstand
25. Larry Kirk / Been Cheated
26. Rufus Brown / Sweet Little Sixteen
27. Skeet Richardson / To My Baby
28. Jim Shaw And The Starlighters / Rockin' Boppin' Teenager
29. Jerry Siefert / Never Baby Never
30. Charlie Gore / Sock Hop
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The Starjays - Bang! It's The Starjays

1. Who Do You Love The Most (2:22)
2. The Right Girl (2:22)
3. Flat Broke (2:33)
4. I'll Wait (2:22)
5. Nobody Loves You Like Me (2:28)
6. My Wild Girl (2:42)
7. Cadillac Of Women (2:58)
8. Keep On Talkin' (2:20)
9. Turn Down The Lights (2:34)
10. One Quick Stop (2:44)
11. What's Gone Wrong (2:16)
12. Tintarella Di Luna (3:06)
13. A Sin Comin On (3:19)
14. Get Closer (2:13)

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The Baseballs - The Sun Sessions

01. Umbrella (3:07)
02. Thinking Out Loud (4:15)
03. ...Baby One More Time (3:13)
04. I Don't Feel Like Dancin' (3:35)
05. Bad (3:29)
06. Bleeding Love (3:11)
07. Candy Shop (3:43)
08. Hey There Delilah (3:44)
09. Love on the Brain (4:18)
10. Hot N Cold (3:21)
11. Born This Way (3:36)
12. Love Yourself (3:45)
13. Hello (2:55)
14. I Believe I Can Fly (3:20)
15. On My Way (3:25)
16. The Sun Classics Session (7:16)
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10/12/2017

Rod Bernard - Swamp Rock`N`Roller (1994)

Artist:
Title: Swamp Rock`N`Roller
Year Of Release: 1994
Label: Ace Records
Genre: Honky Tonk, Cajun, Rock 'n' Roll, Rockabilly
Quality: Flac (image, .cue, log)
Total Time: 69:44
Total Size: 269 Mb (scans)

Tracklist:

01. Pardon Mr Gordon
02. Recorded in England
03. Memphis
04. Gimme back my cadillac
05. Who's gonna rock my baby
06. Forgive
07. My old mother in law
08. I might as well
09. Boss man's son
10. Fais do do
11. Loneliness
12. Colinda
13. I want somebody
14. Diggy liggy lo
15. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
16. Prisoner's song
17. Thirty days
18. That's alright mama
19. Lover's blues
20. Maybellene
21. Midnight special
22. My babe
23. Jambalaya (on the bayou)
24. Big mamou
25. New Orleans
26. Give me love
27. Shake rattle and roll
28. This should go on forever
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Swamp pop musician Rod Bernard was born in Opelousas, Louisiana in the early '40s and made his professional debut on KSLO Opelousas when he was only ten. Two years later, Bernard was a deejay at the station, but in 1954, his family moved to Winnie, Texas. There Bernard became accquainted with the town barber Huey Meaux, who later became a major producer of Cajun recordings. By the time he was a teenager, Bernard formed his first band (the Twisters) and cut two records on Jake Graffagnino's Carl label.

They then recorded King Karl's "This Should Go on Forever" for Floyd Soileau's Jin label (which eventually licensed the recording to Chicago's Argo label) and took the records to Huey Meaux -- who was now hosting a French music show on KPAC Port Arthur. Meaux had the song played throughout East Texas and took a copy to the Big Bopper, who played it at KTRM Beaumont, Texas. It took seven months, but eventually the record made it to the Top 20 on the pop charts. Bernard then appeared on Dick Clark's American Bandstand (where he had to sanitize some of the lyrics for mainstream audiences) and signed with Mercury Records. After recording over 40 songs for the label, Bernard watched as only four sides were released. One of them, "One More Chance," made it to the pop charts as a minor hit.

The Louisiana Tradition By 1962, Bernard's Mercury contract had run out. He began working for Hall-Way Records, where many of his sessions were backed by Johnny and Edgar Winter. He achieved small success with a rocked up version of the traditional Cajun song "Colinda," before Bernard became a deejay and musical director at KVOL , and later a sales executive at KLFY-TV, both Lafayette stations. He also performed on television with the Shondells, a group he had co-founded in 1963. In 1965, a compilation of 12 songs he and the Shondells sang on the show were released as Saturday Hop on the La Louisienne label. The group also released a single, "Our Teenage Love" for Teardrop. Bernard and Carol Ranchou of La Louisianne founded the Arbee label. Bernard released several albums throughout the seventies and continued to work for KLFY-TV for years. In the late '90s, Rod Bernard returned to the studios and recorded The Louisiana Tradition.
 

Leroy Pullins - I'm a Nut (1966-1967)

Artist:
Title: I'm a Nut
Label: Bear Family
Genre: Country
Quality: MP3 / 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:04:16
Total Size: 149 MB


Tracklist:

1. I'm A Nut
2. I Love You Drops
3. The Taterville Women's Auxilliary Sewing Circle
4. I've Got A Sore In My Heart
5. Billy Roy And Jackson Sam
6. I've Been Everywhere
7. Knee Deep
8. I'm Killing Myself
9. Okeefenokee
10. What's His Name
11. S Tree Towers
12. Out In The Smokehouse Takin' A Bath
13. The Interstate Is Coming Through My Outhouse
14. Tears, Tears, Tears
15. Gypsy Rose And I Don't Give A Curse
16. The Wall Around Your Heart
17. Testing 1, 2, 3
18. I-Done-You-Wrong Song
19. Swimming At The Bottom Of The Pool
20. Blinded By Love
21. Yellow
22. The Worst Was Wonderful
23. Oriental Girl
24. Meter Maid
25. Tickled Pink
26. I Ain't The Worryin' Kind
27. World (What Have I Done) 

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9/27/2017

Charlie Gracie - It's Fabulous (1995)


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8/13/2017

Mac Curtis - Blue Jean Heart


Artist:
Title: Blue Jean Heart
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: Charly R&B
Genre: Rock & Roll, Rockabilly
Quality: Mp3 320 /

01. Grandaddy's Rockin'
02. Just So You Call Me
03. Half Hearted Love
04. If I Had Me A Woman
05. The Low Road
06. That Ain't Nothin' But Right
07. You Don't Love Me
08. You Ain't Treatin' Me Right
09. I'll Be Gentle
10. Say So
11. Blue Jean Heart
12. Goosebumps
13. You Are My Very Special Baby
14. What You Want
15. Little Miss Linda
16. Missy Ann
17. Half Hearted Love
18. Goosebumps
19. Say So
Rockabilly legend Mac Curtis was born in Fort Worth, TX, on January 16, 1939. He grew up with his grandparents and started playing the guitar in 1951 at the age of 12. A neighboring farmer taught him how to use it, and soon he was entering local talent contests. After winning 15 dollars in a contest, he realized that he not only got the price of the guitar back but also made five extra dollars. He then knew he could make a living off his talents, and after moving to Weatherford, TX, in 1954, he decided to play music with his schoolmates Jim Galbraith and Ken Galbraith. They were enamored with artists like Big Joe Turner, Chuck Berry, and Little Richard, wanting to create a similar sound in their group. The band began playing for their peers, even causing a minor controversy when they were pulled from a stage for lewd and suggestive gyrations. The student council intervened and the band began to play around for money. In 1955, they signed a contract with King Records, and in 1956 recorded their first single, "If I Had Me a Woman." Successive singles caught the attention of New York DJ Alan Freed, who booked Mac and his band on his 1956 Christmas show, giving them an exposure they had never experienced before. Curtis moved back to Weatherford by 1957 to finish high school. He became a radio DJ in his spare time, until he joined the military at the end of the year. He became a DJ in Seoul, Korea, and started a country band that would play for the troops. Curtis returned from duty in 1960 to see a very different music scene waiting for him. He decided to become a full-time DJ, working around the south and occasionally releasing albums. By 1971, he was learning about the popularity of rockabilly in Europe at the time. He started recording songs with Ray Campi, who shared his passion for country and rockabilly. The new Rollin Rock label started in Europe, sparking a rockabilly revival that included albums by both Campi and Curtis. This success allowed the artists to form a new, successful career overseas where their brand of music was more appreciated. Curtis continued to work this scene through the '80s and '90s, enlisted record companies to re-release his older singles, and managed to become a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.
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Routes Of Rockabilly


CD 1
1. Arthur ''Big Boy'' Crudup - That's All Right (2:56)
2. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Love My Baby (2:36)
3. The Delmore Brothers - Freight Train Boogie (2:45)
4. Hank Williams - Move It On Over (2:46)
5. Ernest Tubb - Thirty Days (2:27)
6. The Five Strings - Drinking Wine Spoli-Oli (2:20)
7. Charline Arthur - Welcome To The Club (2:25)
8. Jimmy Swan - Country Cattin' (2:24)
9. Gene Henslee - Dig'n And Datin' (2:27)
10. Charlie Feathers - Peepin' Eyes (2:16)
11. Bill Taylor & Smokey Jo - Split Personality (2:24)
12. The Rhythm Rockers - Juke Box, Help Me Find My Baby (2:16)
13. Maddox Brothers & Rose - I'm A Little Red Caboose (2:27)
14. Jimmie Revard - Daddy's Got The Deep Elem Blues (3:00)
15. Arthur ''Guitar Boogie'' Smith - Who Shot Willie (2:35)
16. Tennessee Ernie & Ella Mae Morse - False-Hearted Girl (2:18)
17. Zeb Turner - Jersey Rock (2:38)
18. Bill Haley - Rocking Chair On The Moon (2:55)
19. Dickie Thompson - Thirteen Women And One Man (2:43)
20. Chuck Higgins - Motor Head Baby (2:14)
21. Piano Red - Right String But The Wrong Yo Yo (2:43)
22. Merrill Moore - The House Of Blue Lights (2:22)
23. Jimmie Rodgers Snow - The Milk Cow Blues (2:11)
24. Elvis Presley - Blue Moon Of Kentucky (2:06)
25. Arthur Gunter - Baby Let's Play House (2:45)
CD 2
1. The Louvin Brothers - Cash On The Barrelhead (2:44)
2. Rufus ''Hound Dog'' Thomas Jr. - Bear Cat (2:52)
3. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Mystery Train (2:29)
4. Elvis Presley - I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine (2:30)
5. Johnny Cash - Get Rhythm (2:16)
6. Doug Poindexter - My Kind Of Carrying On (2:02)
7. Dub Dickerson - My Gal Gertie (2:15)
8. Bob Wills - Corrine, Corrina (1947 Radio Broadcast) (3:25)
9. Hank Williams - Settin The Woods On Fire (2:39)
10. Lou Graham - Long Gone Daddy (2:46)
11. Jimmy Murphy - Granpaw's A Cat (2:30)
12. Tennessee Ernie - Catfish Boogie (2:20)
13. Malcolm Yelvington - Rock A Bye Baby (2:19)
14. Bill Mack - Kitty Kat (1:55)
15. Arlie Duff - Alligator Come Across (2:25)
16. Malcolm Yelvington - Rockin' With My Baby (2:32)
17. Carl Perkins - Movie Magg (2:12)
18. Ernie Chaffin - Feelin' Low (2:36)
19. Johnny Tyler - Lie To Me, Baby (2:36)
20. Jean Chapel - I Won't Be Rockin' Tonight (2:12)
21. Kenny Roberts - Choo Choo Boogie (2:55)
22. Annisteen Allen - Fujiyama Mama (2:32)
23. Danny Overbea - Forty Cups Of Coffee (3:12)
24. Johnny Horton - I'm Coming Home (2:07)
25. The Collins Kids - The Rockaway Rock (2:07)
CD 3
1. Willie Mae ''Big Mama'' Thornton - Hound Dog (2:53)
2. Billy ''The Kid'' Emerson - Red Hot (2:29)
3. Bob Wills - Sittin' On Top Of The World (3:09)
4. Hank Williams - Honky Tonk Blues (2:14)
5. Al Ferrier - No No Baby (2:21)
6. Jimmy Selph - Tom Catin' Around (2:19)
7. Carson Robison - Rockin' And Rollin' With Grandmaw (On Saturday Night) (2:43)
8. Ella Mae Morse - Oakie Boogie (2:17)
9. Billy Wallace - Burning The Wind (1:50)
10. Cal Veale - Don't Cry Baby (2:22)
11. Freddie Hart - Dig Boy Dig (2:11)
12. Honky-Tonk Man - Honky-Tonk Man (2:15)
13. Bobby Helms - Tennessee Rock 'N' Roll (2:45)
14. Patsy Cline - Stop, Look And Listen (2:24)
15. Junior Thompson - Mama's Little Baby (2:23)
16. Al Coker - Don't Go Baby (Don't Go) (2:08)
17. Slim Rhodes - Take And Give (2:25)
18. Jerry Lee Lewis - Crazy Arms (2:47)
19. Roy Hall - Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On (3:01)
20. Sid King and The Five Strings - Sag Drag And Fall (2:23)
21. Pee Wee King (vocal - Dick Glasser) - Catty Town (2:12)
22. The Collins Kids - Party (1:41)
23. Elvis Presley - Just Because (2:37)
24. Link Davis - Trucker From Tennessee (2:06)
25. Chuck Miller - Down The Road A Piece (2:13)

Good Rockin' Tonight ~ Red Hot Rockabilly

1. Elvis Presley - Good Rockin' Tonight (2:14)
2. Carl Perkins - Blue Suede Shoes (2:16)
3. Roy Orbison - Ooby Dooby (2:12)
4. Lew Williams - Cat Talk (2:12)
5. Curtis Gordon - Draggin' (1:48)
6. Ferlin Huskey - Slow Down Brother (2:18)
7. Jackie Lee Cochran - Ruby Pearl (2:22)
8. Eddie Bond - Rockin' Daddy (2:02)
9. Janis Martin - Will You, Willyum (1:57)
10. Joe Clay - Ducktail (2:28)
11. Johnny Carrolll - Rock'n'Roll Ruby (2:54)
12. Autry Inman - Be Bop Baby (2:14)
13. The Johnny Burnette Trio - The Train Kept A-Rollin' (2:16)
14. Wanda Jackson - Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad (2:40)
15. Webb Pierce - Teenage Boogie (2:19)
16. Simon Crum - Bop Cat Bop (2:25)
17. Skeets McDonald - Heart Breakin' Mama (2:25)
18. Warren Smith - Ubangi Stomp (2:01)
19. Jack Earls - Slow Down (2:18)
20. Charlie Feathers - One Hand Loose (2:21)
21. Sonny Burgess - We Wanna Boogie (2:26)
22. Barbara Pittman - I Need A Man (2:55)
23. Ray Harris - Come On Little Mama (2:20)
24. Billy Riley & His Little Green Men - Flyin' Saucers Rock'n'Roll (2:05)
25. Jerry Lee Lewis - Whole Lot Of Shakin' Goin' On (2:57)
CD 2
1. Jerry Lee Lewis - Great Balls Of Fire (1:53)
2. Billy Riley - Red Hot (2:32)
3. The Farmer Boys - Cool Down Mame (2:35)
4. Carl Perkins - Dixie Fried (2:27)
5. Autry Inman - It Would Be A Doggone Lie (2:05)
6. The Miller Sisters - Ten Cats Down (2:20)
7. Elvis Presley - Baby Let's Play House (2:17)
8. Hayden Thompson - Love My Baby (2:11)
9. Jackie Lee Cochran - Mama Don't You Think I Know (2:32)
10. Joe Clay - Sixteen Chicks (1:58)
11. Roy Orbison - Rockhouse (2:06)
12. Brenda Lee - BIGELOW 6-200 (2:15)
13. Gene Maltais - Crazy Baby (2:01)
14. Warren Smith - Miss Froggie (2:25)
15. Ain't Got A Thing - Ain't Got A Thing (2:07)
16. Terry Noland - Ten Little Women (2:14)
17. The Johnny Burnette Trio - Lonesome Train (On A Lonesome Track) (2:04)
18. Jimmy Edwards - Love Bug Crawl (2:02)
19. Wanda Jackson - Cool Love (2:17)
20. Jack Scott - Two-Timin' Woman (1:59)
21. Sleepy LaBeef - All The Time (1:51)
22. Ray Harris - Greenback Dollar, Watch And Chain (2:57)
23. Bob Luman - Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache (2:20)
24. Janis Martin - All Right, Baby (1:37)
25. Peanuts Wilson - Cast Iron Arm (2:28)
CD 3
1. Johnny Burnette - Rock Billy Boogie (2:34)
2. Ronnie Self - Bop-A-Lena (2:05)
3. Jack Scott - Leroy (2:09)
4. Glen Glenn - Everybody's Movin' (2:45)
5. Carl Perkins - Matchbox (2:09)
6. Warren Smith - I've Got Love If You Want It (2:10)
7. Jimmy Lloyd - I Got A Rocket In My Pocket (2:22)
8. Jerry Lee Lewis - High School Confidential (2:30)
9. Johnnie Strickland - She's Mine (2:07)
10. Brenda Lee - Little Jonah (Rock On Your Steel Guitar) (2:24)
11. Ray Smith - Right Behind You Baby (2:25)
12. Janis Martin - Bang Bang (1:59)
13. Slick Slavin - Speed Crazy (1:53)
14. Bob Luman - Try Me (2:13)
15. Wanda Jackson - Mean Mean Man (2:13)
16. Edwin Bruce - Sweet Woman (2:44)
17. Dwight Pullen - Sunglasses After Dark (2:12)
18. Billy Harlan - I Wanna Bop (2:08)
19. Gene Simmons - I Done Told You (2:22)
20. Macy ''Skip'' Skipper - Quick Sand Love (2:34)
21. Jackie Dee - Buddy (1:54)
22. Larry & Lorrie Collins - Whistle Bait (1:35)
23. Billy Riley - Baby Please Don't Go (2:08)
24. Elvis Presley - Mystery Train (2:31)
25. Connie Dycus - Rock-A-Bye Baby Rock (1:57)

Rockabilly Legends


CD1:
01. Carl Perkins - Dixie Fried
02. Carl Perkins - Hambone
03. Carl Perkins - Pink Pedal Pushers
04. Carl Perkins - Pointed Toe Shoes
05. Carl Perkins - Whole Lotta Shakin
06. Carl Perkins - Honey Don't
07. Carl Perkins - Jive After Five
08. Carl Perkins - That's All Right
09. Wanda Jackson - Kansas City
10. Wanda Jackson - Funnel of Love
11. Wanda Jackson - Fujiyama Mama
12. Wanda Jackson - Rock Your Baby
13. Wanda Jackson - Let's Have a Party
14. Wanda Jackson - Hot Dog! That Made Him Mad
15. Wanda Jackson - Honey Bop
16. Wanda Jackson - Cool Love
17. Gene Vincent - Bluejean Bop
18. Gene Vincent - She She Little Sheila
19. Gene Vincent - Crazy Legs
20. Gene Vincent - B-I-Bickey-Bi, Bo-Bo-Bo
21. Gene Vincent - Hold Me Hug Me Rock Me
22. Gene Vincent - Lotta Lovin'
23. Gene Vincent - Pistol Packin' Mama
24. Gene Vincent - Unchained Melody

CD2:
01. Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-A-Lula
02. Gene Vincent - Dance to the Bop
03. Gene Vincent - Race with the Devil
04. Gene Vincent And His Blue Caps - Who Slapped John?
05. Gene Vincent - Pink Thunderbird
06. Gene Vincent - Woman Love
07. Gene Vincent - Red Blue Jeans and a Pony Tail
08. Gene Vincent - Temptation Baby
09. Carl Perkins - Sister Twister
10. Carl Perkins - The Unhappy Girls
11. Carl Perkins - Jenny Jenny
12. Carl Perkins - Sweethearts or Strangers
13. Carl Perkins - L-O-V-E-V-I-L-L-E
14. Carl Perkins - Honey Cause I Love You
15. Carl Perkins - Good Rockin' Tonight
16. Carl Perkins - Anyway the Wind Blows
17. Wanda Jackson - It Doesn't Matter Anymore
18. Wanda Jackson - Hard Headed Woman
19. Wanda Jackson - Long Tall Sally
20. Wanda Jackson - Lonely Week-Ends
21. Wanda Jackson - There's a Party Goin' On
22. Wanda Jackson - Lost Week-End
23. Wanda Jackson - Man We Had a Party
24. Wanda Jackson - Let Me Go. Lover

Miami Rockabilly


1. Wesley Hardin With The Roxters - Any Way [02:47]
2. Buck Trail - Knocked Out Joint On Mars [02:31]
3. Roxsters - I Was Doing It Too [02:12]
4. Kent Westberry & The Chaperones - My Baby Don't Rock Me [02:50]
5. Tommy Spurlin - Hang Loose [02:17]
6. The Roxsters - Heart Throb [02:15]
7. Tommy Spurlin - No Time For Heartaches [02:19]
8. Roxsters - So Long [02:13]
9. Buck Trail - Blues Keep Knocking [01:51]
10. Tommy Spurlin & The Southern Boys - One Eyed Sam [02:31]
11. Kent Westberry & The Chaperones - No Place To Park [02:30]
12. Rhythm Rockets - My Shadow [02:35]
13. Ray Pate & The Rhythm Rockets - Boppin' Strollin'& Messin' Around[02:39]
14. Art Law - Kitty Kat Rock [02:31]
15. Ross Minimi - Oh! Janet [01:59]
16. Rhythm Rockets - Lucky Day [02:37]
17. Ray Pate & The Rhythm Rockets - Here, There, Everywhere [02:07]
18. Ross Minimi - Baby Rock [02:32]
19. Don Pate & The Rhythm Rockets - Donny's Boogie [02:30]
20. Buck Trail & The Dead Enders - Honky Tonk On Second Street[02:18]
21. Bobby Gay & Sparkle Tones - Let's Dance [02:07]
22. Jim Voytek - Sweetest Gal In Town [02:12]
23. Rhythm Rockers - Everybody's Gonna Do The Rock'n'Roll [01:46]
24. Jimmy Gale's Imperials - Dandy Sandy [01:54]
25. Wally Deane & The Flips - Rockin' With Rosie [02:29]
26. Curley Jim & The Billey Rocks - Rock'n'Roll Itch [02:03]
27. Wally Deane & The Flips - I'm Tellin' Ya, Baby [02:41]
28. Roxters - She's Mine [02:57]
29. Jimmy Gale's Imperials - We're Gonna Rock All Night [01:56]
30. Curley Jim & The Billey Rocks - Airforce Blues [02:45]
31. Frantics Four - TV Mama [02:32]
32. Frantics Four - Down By The Old Millstream [02:45]


Delta 88 - Rocket Powered (2017)





01. Rocket Powered - 03:00
02. Eyes Wide Open - 03:46
03. Hurricane Katie - 02:01
04. Rock ‘n' Roll Line - 02:33
05. Hard Kisses - 02:38
06. In the Back Of A Black Cadillac - 02:28
07. Too Bad - 02:51
08. Bootprints - 02:43
09. Jumpin' At The Roadhouse - 02:40
10. Blue Moon Boy - 02:22
11. Boppin' Little Witch - 02:46
12. Redheaded Reaper - 03:47
13. Girl With A Ray Gun - 03:18
14. Stutterin' Cindy - 03:16
15. The 88 Boogie - 02:29

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B.B. King

B.B. King – Here’s One You Didn’t Know About: From The RPM & Kent

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