Etsi sivustolta

Ostoskori:

0 tuote(tta) - 0,00 €
Ostoskorisi on tyhjä.
Etsi sivustolta

Boppin' By The Bayou - Feel So Good (#22)

Tuplaklikkaa kuvaa nähdäksesi sen kokonaan

Loitonna
Katso lähemmin

Lisää kuvia

Genre50's Rockabilly / R'n'R

Yksityiskohdat

Hear that biting guitar, the thud of the bass, the pounding piano and the driving drumbeat; it can only mean “Boppin’ By The Bayou” is back! This is the 22nd in the “... By The Bayou” series, and the 8th to go “Boppin’”. “Feel So Good” is the subtitle of this compilation and also of one of Bill & Carroll’s rockabilly tracks, cut by Eddie Shuler and leased to Don Pierce who placed it on Starday’s Dixie subsidiary. Confusion was caused when the “&” was left out of their name and the record was consequently thought to be by Bill Carroll, a solo artist. There is more rockabilly dynamite in the first-time reissue of Ray Vict’s 1956 classic ‘We Gonna Bop, Stop, Rock’ (how an inferior alternate version of the song came to be miscredited as the original is explained in the booklet).

Returnees from previous volumes include Al Ferrier with his take on ‘You’re Humbuggin’ Me’, Larry Hart with a more primitive rockabilly version of ‘Coffins Have No Pockets’, a couple of tracks from Bee Arnold; and one each from Johnny Jano and Johnnie Allan. Stir in a favourite track of mine by Margaret Lewis, another outing by the Tune Tones whose previously unissued material has gained legendary status through this series, plus Frankie Lowery, Charlotte Hunter and Linda Brannon, and you have yet another red hot Louisiana gumbo of boppers.

Also included are two great rockers from the late Floyd Badeaux’s Spindletop label out of Port Arthur, Texas. Floyd leased these tracks to us during one of my visits to his home/studio, but sadly he died prior to this CD being issued. Deepest sympathies to his wife, Lois, who assisted me with artist info. Also from that corner of SE Texas, bordering Louisiana, is a track from George Jones in his “Thumper” persona. We have also included two tracks by unknown artists: one uncovered in the J.D. Miller vaults, and the other from the Eddie Shuler archives. I would love to learn who the performers are, but until then, let’s just enjoy them as great unknown rockers.

Lisätiedot

Tuotenumero 45806
Kuntokansi Ei
Kuntolevy Ei
Aluekoodi Ei
Formaatti CD
Levy-yhtiö Ace Records
Vuosi 2020
Kesto Ei
Valmistusmaa Yhdistynyt kuningaskunta

Various: 
Boppin' By The Bayou - Feel So Good (#22) (CD)

Kuvaus

28 cool tracks from the hottest studios in steamy Louisiana, including 12 previously unreleased.

Saatavuus: Varastossa

18,00 €

Kuvaus

Hear that biting guitar, the thud of the bass, the pounding piano and the driving drumbeat; it can only mean “Boppin’ By The Bayou” is back! This is the 22nd in the “... By The Bayou” series, and the 8th to go “Boppin’”. “Feel So Good” is the subtitle of this compilation and also of one of Bill & Carroll’s rockabilly tracks, cut by Eddie Shuler and leased to Don Pierce who placed it on Starday’s Dixie subsidiary. Confusion was caused when the “&” was left out of their name and the record was consequently thought to be by Bill Carroll, a solo artist. There is more rockabilly dynamite in the first-time reissue of Ray Vict’s 1956 classic ‘We Gonna Bop, Stop, Rock’ (how an inferior alternate version of the song came to be miscredited as the original is explained in the booklet).

Returnees from previous volumes include Al Ferrier with his take on ‘You’re Humbuggin’ Me’, Larry Hart with a more primitive rockabilly version of ‘Coffins Have No Pockets’, a couple of tracks from Bee Arnold; and one each from Johnny Jano and Johnnie Allan. Stir in a favourite track of mine by Margaret Lewis, another outing by the Tune Tones whose previously unissued material has gained legendary status through this series, plus Frankie Lowery, Charlotte Hunter and Linda Brannon, and you have yet another red hot Louisiana gumbo of boppers.

Also included are two great rockers from the late Floyd Badeaux’s Spindletop label out of Port Arthur, Texas. Floyd leased these tracks to us during one of my visits to his home/studio, but sadly he died prior to this CD being issued. Deepest sympathies to his wife, Lois, who assisted me with artist info. Also from that corner of SE Texas, bordering Louisiana, is a track from George Jones in his “Thumper” persona. We have also included two tracks by unknown artists: one uncovered in the J.D. Miller vaults, and the other from the Eddie Shuler archives. I would love to learn who the performers are, but until then, let’s just enjoy them as great unknown rockers.

Biisilista

  1. Carol - Jim Miller
  2. You're Humbuggin' Me - Al Ferrier
  3. Feel So Good - Bill & Carroll
  4. This Little Girl Of Mine (Instr) - Amos Como & His Tune Toppers
  5. Jealous Woman - Frankie Lowery
  6. Dust My Blues - Margaret Lewis
  7. I'm A One Woman Man - Thumper Jones
  8. Get Out Of My Tee Pee - Unknown
  9. Coffins Have No Pockets (R-A-B) - Larry Hart
  10. Bluff City Rock - Bill & Carroll
  11. We Gonna Bop, Stop, Rock - Ray Vict & His Bop Rockers
  12. Black Cat Boogie - Erwin Babin
  13. Follow Me - Huey & Marge
  14. I Got A Good Woman - Al Ferrier
  15. Baby, I Can't Let You Go - Linda Brannon
  16. Come Back Little Baby - Bee Arnold
  17. My Baby's Gone - The Tune Tones
  18. Love Me Baby - Charlotte Hunter
  19. Every Hour On The Hour - Sidney Ester
  20. Walkin' Out - Dwight James & The Rockin' Knights
  21. What Is That Thing Called Love - Al Ferrier & His Bopping Billies
  22. Little Girl Of Mine - Bee Arnold & The Tune Toppers
  23. Woe Is Me - Linda Brannon
  24. Gonna Rock My Baby Tonight - Unknown
  25. Cat Walk - Charles Page & The Rockin' Aces
  26. That Beat Keeps Going On - Johnny Jano
  27. I'm The Man - Al Ferrier
  28. Let's Do It - Johnnie Allan