SATURDAY NITE - ROY BROWN - 50's Rhythm 'n' Blues CDs, EL TORO

Rebound Records - Rock 'n' Roll, Rockabilly, Psychobilly, Doo-Wop and Rhythm & Blues. SATURDAY NITE - ROY BROWN - 50's Rhythm 'n' Blues CDs, EL TORO

SATURDAY NITE - ROY BROWN - 50's Rhythm 'n' Blues CDs, EL TORO

SATURDAY NITE - ROY BROWN - 50's Rhythm 'n' Blues CDs, EL TORO

ROY BROWN
"SATURDAY NITE"

This release explores those forgotten classics that Syd Nathan begrudgingly released on his main King label between 1953 and 1955. None of them enjoyed a whiff of chart action, even though the likes of Hurry Hurry Baby, Fanny Brown Got Married and Black Diamond were as good a black rock 'n' roll record as anything Joe Turner and Wynonie Harris recorded during this period – and in 1954, Elvis recorded and released his version of Good Rockin' Tonight, but it made no impact on Roy's fortunes. The 29 track set is completed by the inclusion of the best of his early sessions for Imperial including rock 'n' roll club classic Saturday Night and the unique interpretation of the double-sided Buddy Knox/Jimmy Bowen hit from 1956. Shake 'Em Up, Baby!


TRACK LISTING
1: Hurry, Hurry Baby
2: Old Age Boogie (Parts 1 & 2)
3: Laughing But Crying
4: Grandpa Stole My Baby
5: Money Can't Buy Love
6: Letter From Home
7: Midnight Lover Man
8: Mr. Hound Dog's In Town
9: Caldonia's Wedding Day
10: Trouble At Midnight
11: Crazy, Crazy Women
12: Everything's All Right
13: Bootleggin' Baby
14: No Love At All
15: Up Jumped The Devil
16: Don't Let It Rain
17: Ain't No Rockin' No More
18: Queen Of Diamonds
19: Gal From Kokomo
20: Worried Life Blues
21: Fanny Brown Got Married
22: Black Diamond
23: Shake 'Em Up Baby
24: Saturday Nite
25: Everybody
26: The Tick Of The Clock
27: I'm Stickin' With You 28: Party Doll
29: Let The Four Winds Blow

This release explores those forgotten classics that Syd Nathan begrudgingly released on his main King label between 1953 and 1955. None of them enjoyed a whiff of chart action, even though the likes of Hurry Hurry Baby, Fanny Brown Got Married and Black Diamond were as good a black rock 'n' roll record as anything Joe Turner and Wynonie Harris recorded during this period – and in 1954, Elvis recorded and released his version of Good Rockin' Tonight, but it made no impact on Roy's fortunes. The 29 track set is completed by the inclusion of the best of his early sessions for Imperial including rock 'n' roll club classic Saturday Night and the unique interpretation of the double-sided Buddy Knox/Jimmy Bowen hit from 1956. Shake 'Em Up, Baby!

Artist: ROY BROWN
Title: "SATURDAY NITE"
Label: EL TORO
Condition: New
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