The incomparable DJ "Mojo" Man (a.k.a. Little Victor) presents the 10th and final volume of this interesting and very successful series focused on the originators of rock and roll and the very first "rockers" so to speak, African American artists. This CD sounds like an upgraded and improved modern-day version of the legendary STOMPIN' and many similar "unofficial" albums that first made the World aware of so many great forgotten obscure tracks nowadays regarded as "classic" of the genre. The artwork is simply fantastic and the back of the CD (like all the compilations by the "Mojo" Man) mentions the original label and catalogue number, so it's easy for a record collector to score an original copy. Once again too many good songs to mention here. This collection features 28 tracks even if it's hard for any human mind to remember more than 20 or 24 songs by different artists. It's really a "Super Big Gulp" of a record diabolically designed to quench any thirst of any size - even if in real life a "Big Gulp" drink usually gets flat and warm before you can finish it and the ice already starts melting while you are sipping half-way thru it. It's another "All Fine Frame - No Parts Lame" CD but the highlights of this volumes are probably the rare rockin' version of "Bloodshot Eyes" that Wynonie Harris re-recorded for Roulette, "Teenage Party" by Sonny Knight, a black version of "Raunchy" by Ernie Freeman and the original recording of the Little Richard-style number "Messing With The Kid" by Junior Wells on Chief Records. Junior is mostly regarded as a bluesman nowadays but he recorded songs in many different styles during his long career. This was his contribution to the rock and roll craze of the late 1950s. Wells recorded this number many times in a more "bluesy" vein and the song is considered a blues standard today.
The incomparable DJ "Mojo" Man (a.k.a. Little Victor) presents the 10th and final volume of this interesting and very successful series focused on the originators of rock and roll and the very first "rockers" so to speak, African American artists. This CD sounds like an upgraded and improved modern-day version of the legendary STOMPIN' and many similar "unofficial" albums that first made the World aware of so many great forgotten obscure tracks nowadays regarded as "classic" of the genre. The artwork is simply fantastic and the back of the CD (like all the compilations by the "Mojo" Man) mentions the original label and catalogue number, so it's easy for a record collector to score an original copy. Once again too many good songs to mention here. This collection features 28 tracks even if it's hard for any human mind to remember more than 20 or 24 songs by different artists. It's really a "Super Big Gulp" of a record diabolically designed to quench any thirst of any size - even if in real life a "Big Gulp" drink usually gets flat and warm before you can finish it and the ice already starts melting while you are sipping half-way thru it. It's another "All Fine Frame - No Parts Lame" CD but the highlights of this volumes are probably the rare rockin' version of "Bloodshot Eyes" that Wynonie Harris re-recorded for Roulette, "Teenage Party" by Sonny Knight, a black version of "Raunchy" by Ernie Freeman and the original recording of the Little Richard-style number "Messing With The Kid" by Junior Wells on Chief Records. Junior is mostly regarded as a bluesman nowadays but he recorded songs in many different styles during his long career. This was his contribution to the rock and roll craze of the late 1950s. Wells recorded this number many times in a more "bluesy" vein and the song is considered a blues standard today.
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Rel. Date: 06/04/2021
UPC: 4260072727762

Boss Black Rockers Vol 10 Eeny Meeny Minie Moe (Various Artists)
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1. Bob and Earl - You Made a Booboo
2. Big Boy Myles ; the Shawwees - the Girl I Married
3. Lester Robertson - Oh Babe
4. Doc Starkes and the Nite Riders - Love Me Like Crazy
5. Ernie Freeman - Raunchy
6. Elton Anderson - I Love You
7. The Cadillacs - Holy Smoke Baby
8. Junior Wells - Messin' with the Kid
9. Jimmy Good - Watchdog
10. Al Garris - That's All
11. Baby Cortez - Eeny Meenie Minie Moe
12. The Clovers - Hey Doll Baby
13. Big Al Downing - Please Come Home
14. Richie Richardson and the Jaguars - the Jump
15. Ray Sharpe - Gonna Let It Go This Time
16. King Coleman - Black Bottom Blues
17. Titus Turner - Get on the Right Track Baby
18. Richard Berry - Yama Yama Pretty Mama
19. The Check Mates - Hey Mrs Jones
20. Red Smiley and the Veltones - Jailbird
21. Johnny Fuller - Sister Jenny
22. Sonny Knight - Teenage Party
23. Wynonie Harris - Bloodshot Eyes
24. Chuck Flamingo - Peepin' Tom
25. Willie Egan - Rock ; Roll Fever
26. Henry and Mamie - Two Big Feet
27. The Jive Five - When I Was Single
28. Al Brown and His Tunetoppers - Take Me Back

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The incomparable DJ "Mojo" Man (a.k.a. Little Victor) presents the 10th and final volume of this interesting and very successful series focused on the originators of rock and roll and the very first "rockers" so to speak, African American artists. This CD sounds like an upgraded and improved modern-day version of the legendary STOMPIN' and many similar "unofficial" albums that first made the World aware of so many great forgotten obscure tracks nowadays regarded as "classic" of the genre. The artwork is simply fantastic and the back of the CD (like all the compilations by the "Mojo" Man) mentions the original label and catalogue number, so it's easy for a record collector to score an original copy. Once again too many good songs to mention here. This collection features 28 tracks even if it's hard for any human mind to remember more than 20 or 24 songs by different artists. It's really a "Super Big Gulp" of a record diabolically designed to quench any thirst of any size - even if in real life a "Big Gulp" drink usually gets flat and warm before you can finish it and the ice already starts melting while you are sipping half-way thru it. It's another "All Fine Frame - No Parts Lame" CD but the highlights of this volumes are probably the rare rockin' version of "Bloodshot Eyes" that Wynonie Harris re-recorded for Roulette, "Teenage Party" by Sonny Knight, a black version of "Raunchy" by Ernie Freeman and the original recording of the Little Richard-style number "Messing With The Kid" by Junior Wells on Chief Records. Junior is mostly regarded as a bluesman nowadays but he recorded songs in many different styles during his long career. This was his contribution to the rock and roll craze of the late 1950s. Wells recorded this number many times in a more "bluesy" vein and the song is considered a blues standard today.