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The Roots Of Rockabilly 1940-1953


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Rhythm & Blues, Rock & Roll, Hillbilly

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Various - The Roots Of Rockabilly 1940-1953 album download


1-1 Tommy Scott Rockin' And Rollin'
1-2 The Carlisles T'aint Nice To Talk Like That
1-3 Jimmie Lane Firecracker Stomp
1-4 Darrell Glenn & His Rhythm Riders* Hang Up That Telephone
1-5 Shorty Long I Got Nine Little Kisses
1-6 Merle Travis Merle's Boogie woogie
1-7 Hawkshaw Hawkins Rattlesnake Daddy
1-8 Curtis Gordon Rompin' & Stompin'
1-9 Luke McDaniel Whoa Boy!
1-10 The Carlisles Is Zat You, Myrtle
1-11 Grandpa Jones Grandpa's Boogie
1-12 The Carlisles Something Different
1-13 Chet Atkins Oh By Jingo!
1-14 The Davis Sisters Rock-A-Bye Boogie
1-15 Reece Shipley & His Rainbow Valley Boys Hillbilly Jive With A Boogie Beat
1-16 Hardrock Gunter Perfect Woman
1-17 Johnny Horton & Billy Barton Bawlin' Baby
1-18 Tommy Scott Tennessee
1-19 The Delmore Brothers Pan American Boogie
1-20 Billy Hughes & His Pecos Pals Take Your Hands Off Of It!
1-21 Zeke Clements & His Western Swing Gang It's My Life
1-22 Red Foley Tennessee Saturday Night
1-23 Maddox Brothers and Rose New Mule Skinner Blues
1-24 Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys Rocky Road Blues
1-25 Jimmie Skinner You're My Big Baby Now
2-1 "Lucky" Joe Almond Rock Me
2-2 Ella Mae Morse Okie Boogie
2-3 Hank Penny & Jaye P. Morgan Fan It!
2-4 Maddox Brothers and Rose Milk Cow Blues
2-5 Hank Penny Hadacillin Boogie
2-6 Tennessee Ernie Ford & Ella Mae Morse I'm Hog-Tied Over You
2-7 Faron Young With Tillman Franks And His Rainbow Boys Hot Rod Shotgun Boogie No. 2
2-8 Lattie Moore Juke Joint Johnny
2-9 Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant Cracker Jack
2-10 Arthur Smith And His Cracker-Jacks Who Shot Wille
2-11 Jimmie Davis Cherokee Boogie
2-12 Roy Hall And His Cohutta Mountain Boys Dirty Boogie
2-13 Red Foley Hoot Owl Boogie
2-14 Jimmy Murphy Big Mama Blues
2-15 Gene Stewart With Pee Wee King And His Golden West Cowboys Bull Fiddle Boogie
2-16 Jack Turner And His Granger County Gang Hound Dog
2-17 The York Brothers* Sixty Minute Man
2-18 Jack Cardwell You're Looking For Something
2-19 Jimmy Logsdon I Wanna Mama'd
2-20 The Western Melody Makers Who Put The Turtle In Myrtle's Girdle
2-21 Moon Mullican Pipeliner Blues
2-22 Jess Willard Honky-Tonk Hardwood Floor
2-23 Charline Arthur I Heard About You
2-24 Maddox Brothers and Rose Shimmy Shakin' Daddy
2-25 Lee Bell Beatin' Out The Boogie (On The Mississippi Mud)
3-1 Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup Shout Sister Shout!
3-2 Hot Lips Page Trio Thirsty Mama Blues
3-3 Charlie Burse Shorty The Barber
3-4 Baby Face Leroy Red Headed Woman
3-5 Washboard Sam & Big Bill Broonzy Shirt Tail
3-6 Little Junior's Blue Flames Love My Baby
3-7 Muddy Waters You're Gonna Miss Me
3-8 Lightnin' Hopkins I'm Wild About You, Baby
3-9 Big Joe Williams Stack Of Dollars
3-10 Tampa Red She's Dynamite
3-11 Elmore James & His Broomdusters Can't Stop Lovin'
3-12 Sonny Boy Williamson & His Houserockers* Come On Back Home
3-13 Jimmy Rogers And His Rocking Four Act Like You Love Me
3-14 Frankie Lee Sims Lucy Mae Blues
3-15 Leroy Dallas Jump, Little Children, Jump
3-16 Joe Hill Louis A-Jumpin' And A-Shufflin'
3-17 Rufus Thomas Jr* Bear Cat
3-18 Little Junior's Blue Flames Feelin' Good
3-19 Robert Nighthawk Kansas City Blues
3-20 Muddy Waters Muddy Jumps One
3-21 Leroy Foster & Muddy Waters Locked Out Boogie
3-22 Robert Lockwood Jr. I'm Gonna Dig Myself A Hole
3-23 Tommy McClennan Love My Baby
3-24 Washboard Sam Diggin' My Potatoes
3-25 Howlin' Wolf All Night Boogie

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Sanctuary Records Group Ltd.


℗ 2004
© 2004

The Roots of Rockabilly 1940–1953. 25 + 25 + 25. 2004-05-31. GB. Indigo (a sub-label of Sanctuary Records Group Lt. IGOTCD 2556. Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation.

Compilation by various artists. Disc 1. Rockin' and Rollin' by Tommy Scott. T'ain't Nice to Talk Like That by The Carlisles. Firecracker Stomp by Jimmie Lane. Hang Up That Telephone by Darrell Glenn & His Rhythm Riders. I Got Nine Little Kisses by Shorty Long. Merle's Boogie Woogie by Merle Travis. Rattlesnake Daddy by Hawkshaw Hawkins. Rompin' and Stompin' by Curtis Gordon. Whoa Boy! by Luke McDaniel. Is Zat You, Myrtle? by The Carlisles. Grandpa's Boogie by Grandpa Jones.

TAGS: Various Artists. A wild blend of country & western and early rhythm’n’blues, rockabilly’s sparse instrumentation (twangy electric guitars, slap-bass and thumping beats), primal energy and sexually implicit contents made rock’n’roll acceptable to white audiences. While the year of its birth is usually thought to be 1954, the year of Presley’s first sessions for the Sun label, the genre was already beginning to emerge as early as 1940, fuelled by the post-war explosion of electrified musical instruments and independent record labels.

Luke McDaniel - Whoa Boy. by Adran Rockabilly. Play now. The Carlisles - Is Zat You Myrtle (1953).

Rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music, dating back to the early 1950s in the United States, especially the South. As a genre it blends the sound of Western musical styles such as country with that of rhythm and blues, leading to what is considered "classic" rock and roll. Some have also described it as a blend of bluegrass with rock and roll.

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Jimmy Rogers & His Rockin' Four - The Roots Of Rockabilly 1940-1953 Album. Artist: Jimmy Rogers & His Rockin' Four. Send "Jimmy Rogers & His Rockin' Four" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Roots Of Rockabilly 1940-1953.

In 2005, Saga Jazz released a 62-track anthology of Charlie Parker recordings under the title Retrospective 1940-1953. It's a good strong shot of vintage bop, but like so many compilations it suffers slightly from chronologic scrambling. That wouldn't even be worth mentioning were it not for the inclusion of a handful of Bird's early pre-bop recordings. The oldest material, which happens to be the earliest known recording of Charlie Parker, shows up on track 24; "Honeysuckle Rose/Body & Soul" was recorded in Kansas City, KS on May 11, 1940

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