Another week and another new batch of Koko Mojo and Atomicat CDs have arrived in No Hit land. Who says that CDs are dead?
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The penultimate entry in the ten commandments series, this time the well-known commandment Fend Off Impassiveness (We’re definitely getting to think they are making up these commandments as they go along). This, as with all the previous volumes is really just a good excuse to roll out 30 more (mainly) fantastic Rock ’n’ Roll, R’n’B and Rockabilly tunes. from the sweet vocal harmony stylings of Clyde McPhatter to the raw Rockabilly stomp of Deacon and the Rock ‘n’ Rollers.
And that’s that, job done, the very last volume in the Ten Commandment series and Shun Immoral Behaviour is a commandment that we have always adhered to here at No Hit Towers. Loads of goodies here, from the filthy panting of John & Jackie’s bizarre West Coast rocker Little Girl to the very strange but great intro to Taps Miller’s Manneken Pis Boogie and yes, Taps really is singing ‘piss, piss boogie’!
Another fantastic entry into the mammoth Southern Bred series and another trip into the rich musical heritage of the bayou state of Louisiana and the crescent city of New Orleans. Tons of R’n’B winners from household names like Fats Dominio to the lesser-known but equally important, Eddie Lang or Chuck Carbo.
Louisiana is the state that keeps on giving with another 28 tracks of bayou state R’n’B goodies. There are real super Big Easy classics here, like Paul Gayton’s fantastic Music Goes Round & Round and Allen Toussaint’s Pelican Parade. Most older volumes of this series are in stock or can be ordered so it’s never too late to start collecting this epic venture.
Another sneak over to the wrong side of town for a fifth dose of greasy Rock ‘n’ Roll in the floozy series. Every one of the 28 tracks is a winner, from Carl Phillips raucous opener to Willie Ward’s strolling closer.
Mojo man aka Little Victor (who is actually more Medium Victor) presents 28 R’n’B, Blues and early Soul goodies about manual labour, low pay or even worse, no job at all.