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CD - VA - R & B Goes Rock & Roll 3-Dance Girl Dance

CD - VA - R & B Goes Rock & Roll 3-Dance Girl Dance


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Rhythm & Blues Goes Rock & Roll Volume Three - Dance Girl Dance - Atomicat (ACCD103) is the third album in the series containing twenty-eight songs, and ends like Rock 'n' Roll evenings of the past, with a love song. The music is sourced from the golden years of 1953 through to 1962, from labels large and small.
The album is stuffed full of American and Australian Rockers, and it is noticeable that crooners and country music performers needed to make some coin and jumped onto the Rock 'n' Roll bandwagon, often using a made-up identity. Many artists in the series are too many are mostly unknown, but not they are not lacking in star quality and the songs have danceability! Some titles had a pre-1950s history or were issued initially on independent labels, and Jukeboxes were often filled from labels that mainly covered hit recordings. Many of these cover songs had no writing credits or conflicting authorship, and the information on the album is taken from the source 45 RPM. The album will take where possible will credit the first American issue of a song. Below the used song the R&B versions information will be displayed, and should there be differing authorship or title, this will be indicated within the text.
Texan Eddie Dugosh switched from country music to the big beat and then delved into the blues back cataloged he provides the blistering opening song which is a cover of Tiny Kennedy/ Elmore James’s classic Strange Kinda Feeling. Along the rough and rowdy path, you will encounter, Andy Doll Band, Hey Ba Ba Re Bop, Jerry Duane, Rip It Up, Danny Lanham, A Lover's Question, Feelin' Joyous, Go On Fool, and Lawrence Shaul and The Aristocats, who transform the Georgia Peaches classic Tutti Frutti into a raw and primitive bop track.
The international hitmakers who dipped into the R&B repertoire include, Gene Vincent and His Bluecaps, Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back, Johnny Preston, Feel So Fine, and Jerry Lee Lewis and His Pumping Piano, with his solo version of Save the Last Dance For Me. The other ladies adding refinement to the album are Shirley Jean Wiley, Long Tall Sally, and Frances Faye, It's You I Love. The featured Australian rocker is Ernie Sigley with The Big Beat. Bringing the album to fruition with smooth vocal dexterity is, Joe Perkins with his version of the Smiley Lewis hit One Night.
The album is compiled and annotated by Dee Jay Mark Armstrong, the concept is brought visually to life by design artist Gito Lima, and the recordings are remastered at The Studio That Time Forgot, El Paso Texas. By maintaining our integrity, and principles we are confident our competitively priced albums are perfect from beginning to end. The album is ideal for Dee Jays to fill the dance floor with, and for home listening or while cruising around. All that remains is to say, “Crank up the volume and dig these musical gems.”
Our albums have; stunning designs, sleeve notes, songs mastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. You are listening to music from the past and preserving the future! Atomicat Records “Often imitated, never duplicated.”

Atomicat doesn't make an album of average music our philosophy is to compile songs of quality, with every album, it's a "killer and no filler" ideology! You are listening to music from the past with a remastered sound that will shake the speakers." Atomicat Records "are often imitated, never duplicated."

Dee Jay Mark Armstrong Bühl, Germany


1. Strange Kinda Feeling - Eddie Dugosh
2. Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back - Vincent, Gene
3. Saturday Night Fish Fry - Miller, Chuck
4. Hey Ba Ba Re Bop - Andy Doll
5. Grandpa Stole My Baby - Mullican, Moon
6. Rip It Up - Jerry Duane
7. Save The Last Dance For Me - Lewis, Jerry Lee
8. Feel So Fine - Preston, Johnny
9. A Lover's Question - Danny Lanham
10. Hey Doll Baby - Everly Brothers, The
11. No No Baby - Al Ferrier
12. Tutti Frutti - Lawrence Shaul
13. The Rock-A-Round - Paul Peek
14. Long Tall Sally - Shirley Jean Wiley
15. Satellite Fever Asiatic Flu - Lonnie Miley
16. Go On Fool - Feelin' Joyous
17. Flat Foot Sam - Johnny Scoggins
18. It's You I Love - Faye, Frances
19. Dance Girl Dance - Gerry Granahan
20. Blast Off - The Tyrones
21. The Big Beat - Ernie Sigley
22. Johnny Be Good - Davis, Link
23. Ruby Baby - Cody Brennan
24. Honey Love - Paul, Bunny
25. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - The Four Lovers
26. Tore Up - Tommy La Beff
27. Honey Hush - Dixie Harmonairs
28. One Night - Joe Perkins
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