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Various - Blowing The Fuse 1947 - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1947


Performer: Various
Genre: Blues
Album: Blowing The Fuse 1947 - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1947
Released: 2004
Style: Rhythm & Blues
MP3 version ZIP size: 1247 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1377 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1949 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 907
Other Formats: MP2 AA DXD AC3 AAC MPC AA


Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Let The Good Times Roll
Written-By – Fleecie Moore, Sam Theard
2:46
2 Albert Ammons And His Rhythm Kings Swanee River Boogie
Written-By – Stephen Foster
2:30
3 T-Bone Walker And His Guitar* , With Jack McVea And His All Stars* Bobby Sox Blues
Written-By – Dootsie Williams
2:38
4 Jack McVea And His All Stars* Open The Door Richard!
Written-By – Clarke*, McVea*
2:58
5 Amos Milburn Down The Road Apiece
Written-By – D. Raye*
2:58
6 Savannah Churchill And The Four Tunes I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You)
Written-By – Churchill*
2:48
7 Eddie Vinson And His Orchestra Old Maid Boogie
Written-By – Eddie Vinson*
2:46
8 Sonny Boy Williamson Shake That Boogie
Written-By – John Lee Williamson
2:45
9 Lionel Hampton And His Septet Blow Top Blues
Vocals – Dinah WashingtonWritten-By – Jane Feather, Leonard Feather
3:17
10 Wynonie ‘Blues’ Harris* With Oscar Pettiford And His All Stars* Time To Change Your Town
Written-By – Wynonie Harris
2:38
11 Joe Turner* And His Boogie Woogie Boys* Sally Zu-Zaz
Written-By – Joe Turner*
2:53
12 Hadda Brooks Trio That's My Desire
Written-By – Loveday*, Kresa*
2:42
13 Big Three Trio* Signifying Monkey
Written-By – W. Dixon*
2:53
14 Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup That's All Right
Written-By – Arthur Crudup*
2:53
15 Johnny Moore's Three Blazers New Orleans Blues
Vocals – Charles BrownWritten-By – Leon Rene
2:56
16 Roy Milton And His Solid Senders* True Blues
Written-By – R. Milton*
2:47
17 Five Blazes* Chicago Boogie
Written-By – Ernie Harper
2:51
18 Bill Johnson And His Musical Notes* Don't You Think I Ought To Know
Vocals – Gus GordonWritten-By – Wettergren*, Johnson*
2:57
19 Walter Brown With Jay McShann's Quartet* W.B. Blues
Written-By – Walter Brown
2:28
20 Nellie Lutcher And Her Rhythm He's A Real Gone Guy
Written-By – Nellie Lutcher
3:00
21 The Ravens Ol' Man River
Written-By – Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II*
2:58
22 Louis Jordan And His Tympany Five Boogie Woogie Blue Plate
Written-By – Joe Bushkin, John De Vries
2:43
23 Julia Lee And Her Boyfriends* (Opportunity Knocks But Once) Snatch And Grab It
Written-By – Sharon A. Pease*
2:53
24 Clarence Samuels With Dave Young's Orchestra Lollypop Mama
Written-By – Clarence Samuels
2:46
25 Annie Laurie With Gayten And His Trio* Since I Fell For You
Written-By – Johnson*
2:53
26 Gene Phillips And The Rhythm Aces* Big Legs
Written-By – Gene Phillips, Jules Bihari
2:57
27 Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown* With Maxwell Davis And His Orchestra* Guitar In My Hand
Written-By – Clarence Brown
2:38
28 Paul Williams Sextet Hasting Street Bounce
Written-By – Williams*
2:43

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bear Family Records
  • Copyright (c) – Bear Family Records
  • Licensed From – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – BMG Ariola München GmbH
  • Licensed From – EMI Music Germany GmbH & Co. KG
  • Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment Germany GmbH
  • Licensed From – Universal Music GmbH
  • Licensed From – EastWest Records GmbH

Credits

  • Artwork – Tanja Hastedt
  • Liner Notes – Colin Escott
  • Mastered By – Jürgen Crasser
  • Photography By – The Showtime Music Archive, Toronto*
  • Photography By [Photo Restoration] – Erich Hülsenbeck, Tanja Hastedt
  • Photography By [Photo Scans] – Andreas Merck, Erich Hülsenbeck
  • Reissue Producer – Dave "Daddy Cool" Booth*
  • Research – Dave Booth*, Richard Weize, Victor Pearlin
  • Transferred By – Bob Jones , Dave Booth*, Walter Devenne

Notes

This compilation is Ⓟ 2004 & © 2004 Bear Family Records
Made In Germany
"Play Loud And Often" - booklet front page
Digipak

The artist credits that appear in the track list on the back of the digipak are in many cases different from those that appear in the booklet. On the back they are shortened to, e.g., just the name of the band leader or vocalist. Those in the booklet more closely match the artists named on the original releases. The track list above has the artist names as they appear in the booklet.

All tracks are ℗ 1947.

Original releases:
1. Decca 23741
2. Mercury 8022
3. Black & White 110
4. Black & White 792
5. Aladdin 161
6. Manor 1046
7. Mercury 8028
8. RCA 20-2056
9. Decca 23792
10. Apollo 378
11. National 4016
12. Modern 147
13. Columbia 37358
14. RCA 20-2205
15. Exclusive 240
16. Specialty 510
17. Aristocrat 201
18. Harlem 1011 / King 4171
19. Mercury 8046
20. Capitol 40017
21. National 9035
22. Decca 24104
23. Capitol 40028
24. Aristocrat 1001
25. DeLuxe 1082
26. Modern 527
27. Aladdin 199
28. Savoy 659

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4000127167026
  • Other (ISBN): 3-89916-081-9
  • Label Code: LC 05197
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout: BCD 16702
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT22
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI UU011