Seventh volume in this amazing series of slow grinding R&B/Soul/Exotica tunes as they are being played in a club in Melbourne/Australia.
Around midnight on the last Saturday of every month, an assemblage of juiceheads, grifters, kittens, dandies and derelicts gather in a dimly-lit, smoke-filled room and dance together real slow. These are some of the records we dance to… Thanks to all the flute players and backing singers of yore for flavouring these old records up just like we like them. (Richie1250/Melbourne, 2017)
Compilation and liner notes Side A by Richie1250, Side B by Pierre Baroni.
Listen to 2 tracks from this album below, the rest are all as great.
A1 Bob And Lucille – Demon Lover (Ditto, 1958)
A2 The Ravons – I’m A Fugitive (Davis, 1959)
A3 Kip Tyler – Shadow Street (Challenge, 1957)
A4 Ferlin Husky – Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Capitol, 1957)
A5 Louis Armstrong – Go Down Moses (Decca, 1958)
A6 Johnnie Morisette – Death Powder, Cold Steel (Icepac, 19??)
A7 Jack Hammer – Concrete Desert (Warwick, 1960)
Side Pierre Baroni:
B1. Bing Day – Mama’s Place (Mercury, 1959)
B2. Big Jack – Poor Boy Song (JC, 1961)
B3. Jack Costanzo – Cat Walk (Mosaic, 1962)
B4. Peggy King – Up. Up, Up (FLYING High) (Roulette, 1961)
B5. Dr. Horse – Jack, That Cat Was Clean (Fire, 1962)
B6. Frank Minion – Watermelon (Bethlehem, 1958)
B7. The Swinging Tigers – Snake Walk, Pts.1 & 2 (Tamla, 1960)
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Format: Vinyl Single
Genre: Early Soul & Funk Rhythm & Blues