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VA - The King & Deluxe Acetate Series: Beef Ball Baby! The New Orleans R&B Sessions (2015)

20-07-2016, 17:29
Blues | R&B | FLAC / APE

Title: The King & Deluxe Acetate Series: Beef Ball Baby! The New Orleans R&B Sessions
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Ace Records
Genre: Blues, R&B
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue, artwork)
Total Time: 01:05:08
Total Size: 255 MB


1. Answer to Chubby's Bedroom Blues - Eddie Gorman
2. Beef Ball Baby - Eddie Gorman
3. Don't Worry 'Bout Nothin' - Paul Gayten and His Band (Vocal) Eddie Gorman
4. Hey Now - Eddie Gorman
5. Telephone Blues - Eddie Gorman
6. Worrying About My Love - Eddie Gorman
7. You Don't Move Me No More - Eddie Gorman
8. Swimming Blues - Smiling Lewis
9. Turn on Your Volume Baby - Smiling Lewis
10. Here Comes Smiley - Smiling Lewis
11. Love Is Like a Gamble - Smiling Lewis
12. Phoney Women Blues - Cousin Joe & His Sextette
13. Little Woman Blues - Cousin Joe & His Sextette
14. It's Dangerous to Be a Husband - Cousin Joe & His Sextette
15. Give Me a Cue Baby - Jewel King
16. Go Now - Jewel King
17. Passion Blues - Jewel King
18. She's Got Great Big Eyes (And Great Big Thighs) - Dave Bartholomew & His Sextette
19. Dave's Boogie Woogie - Dave Bartholomew & His Sextette
20. Chubby's Confession - Chubby "Hip Shakin"Newsome & Her Hip Shakers
21. Back Bitin' Woman - Chubby "Hip Shakin"Newsome & Her Hip Shakers
22. Bedroom Blues - Chubby "Hip Shakin"Newsome & Her Hip Shakers
23. Close to Train Time - Chubby "Hip Shakin"Newsome & Her Hip Shakers
24. New Orleans Lover Man - Chubby "Hip Shakin"Newsome & Her Hip Shakers

The latest in Ace's King/De Luxe Acetates series might be the most eagerly anticipated. During 1947 and 1948 the DeLuxe label held many pioneering sessions in New Orleans, long before most other independent labels got there. A significant number of the city's biggest names, including Roy Brown, Smiley Lewis and Dave Bartholomew made their first recordings at these sessions. The original DeLuxe acetates were thought to have perished in a fire in 1948, but when Ace began copying the acetates in 2005 they quickly established that most of them were in existence and still playable. Roy Brown and the company's local A&R man Paul Gayten apart, the surviving acetates by almost all of the other R&B artists who DeLuxe recorded in New Orleans are featured. They include eight previously unissued sides and two by Smiley Lewis, for which no 78rpm disc is known to exist, so it might as well have not been issued. The rest will never have been heard in this kind of audio quality, as to all previous reissues have been from dubs of DeLuxe's poorly pressed 78s.

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