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Leak VA - Club Beat: Stirring Up Some Blues (The Original Sound Of UK Club Land) (2019)


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Artist: Various Artists
Title: Club Beat: Stirring Up Some Blues (The Original Sound Of UK Club Land)
Year Of Release: 2019
Label: Jasmine Records
Genre: Blues, R&B, Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks) | MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 62:39
Total Size: 236 MB | 148 MB

01 Al Simmons, Slim Green & The Cats From Fresno - Old Folks Boogie (3:00)
02 Smokey Smothers - I Ain't Gonna Be No Monkey Man No More (2:25)
03 Skip Robinson & His Imperials - I Just Can't Wait (2:09)
04 Schoolboy Cleve - She's Gone (2:14)
05 Snooky Pryor - Someone To Love (2:40)
06 The Nightriders - Lookin' For My Baby (2:03)
07 Howlin' Wolf - Poor Boy (2:34)
08 Harmonica Slim - Mary Helen (2:00)
09 Jimmy Nolen - You've Been Goofing (2:41)
10 Dossie Terry - I Got A Watch Dog (2:33)
11 Jimmy Rogers - I Can't Believe (2:46)
12 Little Mac - Times Are Getting Tougher (2:24)
13 Danny Boy - Kokomo Me Baby (2:39)
14 Little Jimmy Ray - You Need To Fall In Love (2:33)
15 Sonny Boy Williams - Alice Mae Blues (2:28)
16 Muddy Waters - Trouble No More (2:41)
17 Magic Sam - Look Whatcha Done (2:08)
18 Little Esther - If It's News To You (2:39)
19 Willie Mae Thornton - Just Like A Dog (Barking Up The Wrong Tree) (2:47)
20 Elmore James - Knocking At Your Door (2:37)
21 Little Walter - Oh Baby (2:46)
22 Mercy Baby - Pleadin' (2:15)
23 Dennis Roberts - Come On (2:19)
24 Bob Reed & His Band - I'm Leaving You (2:36)
25 Little Joe Hinton - My Love Is Real (2:26)

WELCOME to the latest instalment of our "Adventures in UK Club Land" exploring the "Club Beat" - the roots of R&B, Ska, Gospel, Jazz, Soul, Mod and, in this chapter, BLUES. THE BLUES evolved in the late eighteen hundreds from a melting pot of homespun black music performed to small audiences across the American South. It wasn't until the 1920s, after the migration to cities such as Chicago that the genre was christened the Blues, a term initiated by the record industry, designed to appeal to a black audience. The blues continues to evolve today and, like it's original counterparts, gospel, jazz and R&B, it plays a leading role in popular music, the roots of which can be heard in our unique 25-track compilation.



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