With Rockinitis we champion electric-guitar blues from the fifties and early-sixties. Unfettered pleasure in the form of Black dance music. This fifth installment of the series may be the hottest yet.
Five-stars all round for the fifth release in the Rockinitis series! These compilations highlight the raw and wild sounds of upbeat electric blues from the 1950s and early 1960s. On one side, Stag-O-Lee label chief R-Man is back with another eight dirty blues dancers to shake your hips to. Two each from killer labels like Excello, Groove, Herald and Chess/Checker.
The selector on the flip is Donna Driscoll, long-time digger of heavyweight Northern Soul and R&B movers from London. Donna regularly DJs blues and soul clubs, and Mod events around the UK and abroad. No matter your mood, her selections will get you moving and grooving. Hear me now!

Side: R-man
1. Big Tiny Kennedy And His Orchestra – Country Boy (Groove) 1955
2. Sugar Boy Williams – Little Girl (Herald) 1960
3. Lightnin’ Slim – Too Close Blues (Excello) 1960
4. Little Walter – I Don’t Play (Checker) 1961
5. Howlin Wolf – Wang-Dang-Doodle (Chess) 1961
6. Little Sonny – I’ll Love You Baby (Until The Day I Die) (Excello) 1962
7. Lightnin Hopkins – Let’s Move (Herald) 1959
8. Sonny Terry – Ride And Roll (Groove) 1956

Side: Donna Driscoll
1. Billy Gayles – Sad As A Man Can Be (Federal) 1956
2. Jimmy Dotson – Looking For My Baby (Zynn) 1959
3. Otis Rush – Keep On Loving Me, Baby (Cobra) 1959
4. The Poor Boys – (I’m Gonna) Spend My Money (Apollo) 1962
5. Margo – Everyday (Mack IV) 1961
6. Pearl Woods – Sippin Sorrow (Charge) 1961
7. Judy Clay – Do You Think That’s Right (Ember) 1962
8. Bethea And The Cap-Tans – Crazy About A Woman (Loop) 1962


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