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CD 1

1. El Pauling And Royal Abbit -
Come On Let's Have A Good Time
2. Clarence Henry - Come On And Dance
3. Thurston Harris - Over And Over
4. Big Joe Turner - Flip, Flop & Fly
5. Jimmy Witherspoon - Have A Ball
6. Barrett Strong - Money (That's What I Want)
7. Larry Williams - Bony Moronie
8. Bobby Freeman - Big Fat Woman
9. Sonny Jackson - My Babe
10. Ruth Brown - Jim Dandy
11. The Romans - She Don't Wanna Dance
12. Bo Diddley - Diddey Wah Diddey
13. Ike & Tina Turner - The Groove (Instr.)
14. Eskew Reeder - Green Door
15. Baby Washington - Knock Yourself Out
16. Richard Lewis - Hey, Little Girl
17. Earl 'Connelly' King - I Get So Happy
18. Ray Charles - Mess Around
19. Jr. Walker & The All Stars - Brain Washer (Instr.)
20. Slim Harpo - I'm A King Bee

CD 2

1. Ray Charles - Let The Good Times Roll
2. T-Bone Walker - T-Bone Shuffle
3. Ike & Tina Turner - A Fool In Love
4. The Midnighters - Work With Me Annie
5. Bo Diddley - I'm A Man
6. Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train
7. Baby Washington - Money's Funny
8. Larry Williams - Short Fat Fannie
9. Clarence Henry - I'm In Love
10. Jimmy Witherspoon - Good Jumpin' (Jump Children)
11. Ruth Brown - Mama (He Treats Your Daughter Mean)
12. Earl King - Darling Honey Angel Child
13. Big Joe Turner - We're Gonna Jump For Joy
14. LaVern Baker & Ben E King - A Help-Each-Other Romance
15. Jimmy Anderson - Naggin'
16. Slim Harpo - I Got Love If You Want It
17. Lazy Lester - I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter
18. Leroy Washington - Wild Cherry
19. Earl Hooker & The Earlettes - That Man
20. Arthur Alexander - A Shot Of Rhythm And Blues

Let The Good Times Roll


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD622

Bar-Code 5060143496226

Availability: In stock


In the late 1950s and early 1960s R&B stood for ‘rhythm and blues’ - a term associated with some of the most joyous and vibrant popular music ever made. More diverse than the blues, R&B was basically the forerunner of Soul music, and the black equivalent of rock ‘n’ roll: instrumentally energetic, with superb vocals delivered by heartfelt voices that had (mostly) learned to sing in gospel choirs. This 40-track compilation is a combination of well-known hits and real obscurities, but it’s all solidly good stuff. All in all, you’ll certainly find more than enough in this compilation to set those good times rolling again.

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