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Various - Roll Your Moneymaker - Early Black Rock'n Roll 1948-1958

Various - Roll Your Moneymaker - Early Black Rock'n Roll 1948-1958
(CD) Trikont US0392, 2008-11-24

Various - Roll Your Moneymaker - Early Black Rock'n Roll 1948-1958
(CD) Trikont US0392, 2008-11-24

Tracklisting :
01. Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - You've Got To Lose
02. Howlin' Wolf - You Gonna Wreck My Life
03. Etta James - W.O.M.A.N.
04. Sharkey Jake - Roll Your Moneymaker
05. Lazy Lester - Sugar Coated Love
06. Rufus Thomas - Tiger Man
07. John J. Moses - Night Out
08. Andre Williams - I'm Going Down To Tijuana
09. Ruth Brown - Please Don't Freeze
10. Bill Davis Trio - Bring The Money In
11. Big Maybelle - Don't Leave Poor Me
12. Johnny "Guitar" Watson - Space Guitar
13. Ike Turner - She Made My Blood Run Cold
14. Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It
15. Otis Rush - Keep On Loving Me Baby
16. Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Jericho
17. Billy The Kid Emerson - If Lovin' Is Believing
18. Bo Diddley - Heart-O-Matic Love
19. Ann Cole & The Suburbans - Got My Mojo Working
20. Magic Sam - 21 Days In Jail
21. Chuck Berry - Deep Feeling
22. Jesse Stone - Crawfish
23. Joe Tex - Pneumonia
24. Junior Parker - Love Me Baby

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Press Release :
A brand new compilation by Jonathan Fischer for his series of Black Radical Music for Trikont.

'Roll You Moneymaker Early Black Rock'n'Roll 1948 - 1958'

Long before Elvis, many black Blues Gospel and Jazz artists had laid the cornerstone for the musical revolution that would shatter the western world - Rock'n'Roll. Much less known than their white imitators, nonetheless they produced the grittier originals - they combined the archaic drive of the Blues with Country melodies and the feverish beat of black Gospel, and pepped up African rhythms with electric amplification in order to please their audience's hunger for new thrills.

Besides well-known names like Chuck Berry, Howlin' Wolf or Bo Diddley, the compilation "Roll Your Moneymaker" also honours many unjustly overseen Rock'n Roll pioneers: from gospel singer Rosetta Tharpe to Johnny Guitar Watson, from Ike Turner's early rockabilly blueprints to the doo-wop-rock of Ruth Brown, alongside dazzling musicians as Magic Slim, Andre Williams, Big Maybelle, Rufus Thomas, Lazy Lester, Etta James and Jesse Stone.


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madame deux chats madame deux chats ·  13 March 2010, 20:15

Bonjour! from Manchester UK
I bought this on vinyl today and it ROCKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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