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VA - A-Z: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - The Roots Of Rock 'n' Roll (2007)

31-05-2015, 01:03
Rock | FLAC / APE

VA - A-Z: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - The Roots Of Rock 'n' Roll (2007)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: A-Z: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - The Roots Of Rock 'n' Roll
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: Sunday Best
Genre: Rock, Rock'n'Roll
Format: Mp3 | FLAC
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 01:08:37 min
Total Size: 158 mb | 377 mb


Disc 1:
1. Albert Ammons - Boogie Woogie Stomp
2. Rufus Thomas - Bear Cat
3. Spade Cooley & His Orchestra - Oklahoma Stomp
4. Floyd Dixon - Hey Bartender
5. Eddie Hill - The Hot Guitar
6. The Flamingos - Jump Children
7. Little Junior's Blue Flames - Feelin' Good
8. Oscar McLollie & The Honey Jumpers - Hey Lolly Lolly
9. The Swallows - The It Ain't The Meat
10. Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
11. Sid King & The Five Strings, The Sag Drag & Fall
12. Pete "Guitar" Lewis - Louisiana Shop
13. Miller-Olsen Combo - Twist All Wrong

Disc 2:
1. Willie Nix - Baker Shop Boogie
2. Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - OOO Wee
3. Earl Hines & His Orchestra - Piano Man
4. Andy Starr - Dig Them Squeaky Shoes
5. Louis Jordan - Run Joe
6. Tex Williams & His Western Caravan - Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)
7. Blanche Thomas - You Ain't So Such A Much
8. Unknown - Grandma's Rockin'
9. The Platters - Voo-Vee-Ah-Bee
10. The Western Melody Makers - Who Put The Turtle In Myrtle's Girdle
11. Johnny Carroll & The Hot Rocks - The Hot Rock
12. Roy Brown - Rock-A-Bye Baby
13. Bob Zurke - Honky Tonk Train Blues

Impeccably put together by precocious teen siblings - Kitty, Daisy and Lewis - this compilation gleefully rummages through the 1940s and 50s with such joy that both aficionados and those who wouldn't know boogie-woogie from rockabilly should be equally entertained. The high number of novelties - notably Louis Jordan's School Days and the Western Melody Makers' Who Put the Turtle in Myrtle's Girdle - heightens the impression that the trio were rocking to this stuff in the cot. But that innocence is balanced by rude sauce and sass: Rufus Thomas's Bear Cat, a hiss-spit riposte to Hound Dog, or the Swallows' It Ain't the Meat, a glorious celebration of the female body, whatever its shape. The siblings' own cover of a 1940s song, called Ooo Wee, is so authentic that only the demotic London accent gives its modernity away.

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