Jukebox Jam - Volume Two

16,00 EUR
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The original Jukebox Jam Blues & Rhythm Revue compilation album was released in September 2011 (sold out by now), a collection which brought together the dynamic and varied R&B sounds of Liam Large's London based club night and reissue label. With an action-packed, all-killer set, it quickly became an instant classic, a comp of vintage sounds which truly stood out in an ever-saturated market. Two years on, and here is the second volume of Jukebox Jam, another collection of 23 obscure masterpieces from mid-century America. Perhaps even more ambitious than Vol 1, the follow-up broadens the scope of investigation by digging both deeper back into the 1940s - with a couple of jazzy blues numbers, and further into the 1960s - with gritty rock and roll and early Detroit soul both featuring prominently. In between these sounds, there's of course a healthy fill of dirty '50s blues, jumping R&B and swinging popcorn, but it's safe to say that on this set, the surprises come a little more frequently. Jukebox Jam Vol. 2 is another essential classic in waiting.

Super deluxe double LP gatefold with US-style pasteback sleeve. Extensive liner notes with detailed info and artist pics. 16 page colour CD booklet.

1. Mamie Perry - Lament
2. Billy Hamlin - If You Ain't Got No Bread
3. Young Jessie - Mary Lou
4. Johnny West - Tears Baby
5. Gil Bernal - King Solomon's Blues
6. Dewey Guy - Rock A While
7. Brother Woodmans Combo - Hot Mamma
8. Betty James - Henry Lee
9. Amos Milburn - I Done Done It
10. Dave Bartholomew - Cat Music
11. Saunders King - Swingin
12. Steve Gibson - Big Game Hunter
13. Big Sis Andrews - That Ain't The Way To Do It
14. Buddy Johnson - If I Ever Find You
15. The Mark VI - Cleo
16. Barrett Strong - Misery
17. Mary Ann Fisher - Put On My Shoes
18. The Originals - Little Lonely Girl
19. Billy Emerson - I'll Get You, Too
20. Untouchables - Crawlin
21. Grainger Hunt - Noah
22. Bob Marriott - I'll Walk A Mile
23. Little Willie John - It Only Hurts A Little While