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9 thoughts on “ The Monkey Likes To Boogie - Various - Rural Blues, Vol. 2 (1951-1962) (CD) ”

  1. Rock Like a Monkey is an original Barney song that first appeared in "Let's Go to the Zoo". Lyrics Monkeys are cool, monkeys are neat. They look like they have hands on their feet. Gorillas, baboons, and chimpanzees They walk on the ground and they swing in the trees.
  2. Overview. In March , Ike Turner and his band the Kings of Rhythm entered Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Service, where they recorded several songs including the No. 1 R&B hit often regarded as the first rock 'n' roll record, "Rocket 88," featuring Jackie Brenston on vocals with the band credited as the Delta Cats. The recordings were licensed to Chess Records.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rural Blues Volume 2 () on Discogs.
  4. Details TBA. Blueblood. When it comes to blues, maybe the rural pre-war blues of Robert Johnson is to your taste, or perhaps contemporary artists like Taj Mahal, or maybe the Texas grooves of Freddie King and Albert Collins, or the horn driven big bands of BB King and T-Bone Wal.
  5. The tracks by Willie Lane and Sam “Suitcase” Johnson come from two superb Document collections: Rural Blues Vol. 1 and Rural Blues Vol. 2 These collections draw together great recordings by fine obscure performers like John Lee, Monroe Moe Jackson, Julius King, Black Diamond, John Beck plus the post-war recordings of.
  6. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Frankie Half-Pint Jaxon Vol. 2 / AROUND DOCUMENT RECORDS TITLES IN STOCK at the best online prices at .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hillbilly Bop, Boogie and the Honky Tonk Blues, Vol. 1: - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  8. Apr 17,  · This is the latest installment of our weekly series, The Language of the Blues, in which author/rocker Debra Devi explores the meaning of a word or phrase found in the blues. Grab a signed copy of Devi’s award-winning blues glossary The Language of the Blues: From Alcorub to ZuZu (Foreword by Dr. John) at stevsurcecoghulolaxnazoremether.coinfo Also available as an eBook from Amazon Kindle.
  9. Joel Hopkins tracks available on Document DOCD "Rural Blues Vol. 2 " (=) Document CD no # "Private Issue" (c) (strictly limited edition of copies, never sold, but given away at Document wrap party in Vienna) "Lightnin' Hopkins & " with tracks from 77 LA 12/1, Heritage HLP and other places.

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