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Boppin After Work - Various - Fieldburn (CD)

8 Reply to “ Boppin After Work - Various - Fieldburn (CD) ”

  1. Vudokinos says:
    Pop music changed forever after Elvis Presley emerged as a huge star in the s, and rock & roll suddenly found itself on the map as a vibrant and commercially viable music style. Already a blend of blues, country, jump blues, and R&B, rock & roll took on even more spice in the state of Louisiana, which naturally tossed in a distinctive bayou flavor.
  2. Shakanris says:
    Various Artists (States & Regions) CD £ Still Spicy Gumbo Stew. Louisiana/New Orleans. Various Artists (AFO Records) CD £ Boppin' By The Bayou - Drives-Ins & Baby Dolls. Louisiana/New Orleans. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD £ Swamp Pop By The Bayou. Louisiana/New Orleans. Various Artists (By the Bayou) CD £ Steel.
  3. Tagul says:
    Boppin' By the Bayou: Rock Me Mama! by Various Artists - CD () for $ from alsarilsaithforius.xyzinfo Cajun & Zydeco - Order by Phone Price: $
  4. Meztigrel says:
    A huge range of rare rockers from the Louisiana scene – one of the most surprising hotbeds of musical activity in the 50s, 60s, and 70s – given that so many great sounds were recorded far from the well-known hub of New Orleans! These are all cuts from way out in the swamps – music recorded by underground studio legends like Pappy Dailey and JD Miller – some of which.
  5. Malagami says:
    This is the 20th in compiler Ian Saddler's "By The Bayou" series, and the seventh of the "Boppin'" variety. The recipe is very much the same as the previous six volumes - 28 rare or unissued rockers from the vaults of JD Miller, Eddie Shuler, Sam Montel, Pappy Daily, Luke Thompson or the artists themselves. 14 tracks are previously unreleased.4/5(13).
  6. Dazahn says:
    Find album release information for The Best of the Boppin' 50's - Various Artists on AllMusic.
  7. Tokus says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of It's Boppin' Oldie Time on Discogs.
  8. Fenrirg says:
    The rather vague title of this collection might seem to suggest a somewhat narrow range of material to select from. But in truth, the music comes from all corners of the '50s rock & roll map, from the thick R&B of Fats Domino's "I'm Walkin'" to the distinctive twangy pop of the Crickets' "Maybe Baby" and the polished soul of Sam Cooke's "I'll Come Running Back to You.".

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