CD 1946 - Blowing the Fuse: 27 R&B Classics That Rocked the Jukebox (CD 4340944),
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1946 - Blowing the Fuse: 27 R&B Classics That Rocked the Jukebox

  • 1. Wynonie's Blues - Wynonie Harris
    2. Got a Right to Cry - Joe Liggins
    3. Drifting Blues - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers
    4. Just-a-Sittin' and a-Rockin' - The Delta Rhythm Boys
    5. Buzz Me - Louis Jordan
    6. Joy Juice - Dinah Washington
    7. Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop - Lionel Hampton
    8. RM Blues - Roy Milton
    9. I Cover the Water-Front - Cats'N Jammer Three
    10. Voo-It! Voo-It! - The Blues Woman
    11. Chicago Breakdown - Big Maceo Merriweather
    12. I Know - Andy Kirk
    13. Get Your Kicks on Route 66 - Nat King Cole
    14. Cherry Red Blues - Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson
    15. I Know Who Threw the Whiskey - Bull Moose Jackson
    16. Gypsy - The Ink Spots
    17. Red Light - Red Callender
    18. If I Were a Itty Bitty Girl, Part 1 - Velma Nelson
    19. Sunny Road - Roosevelt Sykes
    20. My Gal's a Jockey - Big Joe Turner
    21. Choo Choo Ch'boogie - Louis Jordan
    22. So Glad You're Mine - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
    23. Voodoo Woman Blues - Jay McShann
    24. After Hours - Erskine Hawkins
    25. Port Wine - Bill Samuels
    26. Come Back to Me Baby - T-Bone Walker
    27. Gotta Gimmie Whatcha' Got - Julia Lee
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 16701

  • Credits

    This is the second of 11 volumes in Bear Family's remarkable series (produced by Dave "Daddy Cool" Booth), and annotated exhaustively (each track has its own liner notes) by Colin Escott. One of the most remarkable things about these collections -- besides the awesome music -- is the packaging, which combines period photos, session and liner notes in an irresistible foldout digipack. Like its predecessor, this set features well-known artist like Wynonie Harris, Louis Jordan, Lionel Hampton, Joe Turner, Big Maceo, Jay McShann, the King Cole Trio, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Roy Milton, and Dinah Washington (at the dawn of her career as a blues singer), alongside nearly forgotten acts like the Blues Woman (aka Marion Abernathy), with her one regional hit "Voo-It! Voo-It!" The Cats 'N Jammer Three with the original version of "I Cover the Waterfront," Bill Samuels and his "Port Wine," steamroller, and Velma Nelson with the raw "If I Were a Itty Bitty Girl, Part 1." Other artists who appear here, such as Red Callendar, T-Bone Walker, Erskine Hawkins, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup and Julia Lee, round out a truly stomping, slice of history where the world may have been at war but at the corner juke joint, things were hoppin'. ~ Thom Jurek

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