More Boss Black Rockers Vol. 10: Lonely Lonely Train serves as a reminder, not to mention introduction of the originators of this wonderful genre of music, who had the creativity and vision to bring these wild and dangerous sounds to life, included within the very grooves of this magnificent artefact which, if you are reading this, you are now the proud recipient of. By containing a thoroughly compelling line-up of rock ‘n’ roll, and one that also serves as a history lesson, the final words on this chapter are quite simply, “Hail, hail More Boss Black Rockers Vol. 10: Lonely Lonely Train!”. Contains a 28 track CD!

Side one

A1 Big Boy Myles – Hickory Dickory Dock (Mandolph) Speciality 590 1956

A2 El Pauling & Royal Abbit – Please, Please, Be Mine (Pauling, Abbit) Federal -12398 1961

A3 The Five Masks – Polly Molly (Braggs) Jan 11-101 1958

A4 Roosevelt Grier – Struttin’ and Twistin’ (Grier) Liberty 55413 1962

A5 The Guytones – Baby I Don’t Care (Evans, Gibson) DeLuxe 6163 1958

A6 Curtis Knight – Gotta Have A New Dress (Horton, Knight) Shell 45-312-V 1962

A7 Jim Sweeney – Sick, Sick, Sick (Bryant, Bryant) Columbia 4-41201 1958

A8 Jimmy Williams – C’mon Baby (What’s Your Name) (Roberts, Katz) Cub K9039 1959


Side two

B1 Roy Tann – I Don’t Like It (Getz) Tan 3002 1957

B2 Ernie Tucker and His Operators – Betty and Bobby (Tucker) Musicor MU 1005 1961

B3 Wynona Carr – Touch and Go (Bono) Speciality 628 1958

B4 Little Richard – Ain’t Nothin’ Happening (Biggs, Thomas) RCA-Victor 47-4772 1952

B5 Edwin and Alvin – Shiverin’ and Shakin’ (Johnson, Johnson) Mercury 71549X45 1959

B6 The Jarmels – She Loves To Dance (Seneca) Laurie 3085 1961

B7 Sonny Anderson – Lonely Lonely Train (Burnette, Burnette) B

8 Jimmy Witherspoon – Move Me Baby (Davis) Federal 45-12156 1953






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