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Heavy sugar : the pure essence of New Orleans R&B.

Author: Little RichardJohn FredHuey SmithFats DominoSmiley LewisAll authors
Publisher: [London] : Fantastic Voyage, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Popular music : English
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Little Richard; John Fred; Huey Smith; Fats Domino; Smiley Lewis; Paul Gayten; Frankie Ford; Joe Jones; Jimmy Beasley; Ray Washington; Jimmy Clanton; Alberta Hall, (Rhythm and blues singer); TV Slim; Professor Longhair; Bobby Mitchell; Charles Brown; Lester Robertson; Roland Cook; Lee Allen; Etta James; Joe Turner; Roy Brown; Allen Toussaint; Art Neville; Bobby Marchan; Sam Cooke; Jerry Byrne, (Musician); Richard Berry; Earl King; Bobby Mandolph; Little Booker.; Li'l Millet.; Harry Lee; Junior Gordon; Lloyd Price; Lee Diamond; Amos Milburn; Charles Williams; Eddie Bo; Ernie K-Doe; Johnny Angel; Clarence Henry; Big Al Downing; Bobby Charles; Playboy Band.; Supremes (Musical group); Myles & Dupont.; Shirley and Lee (Musical group); Tropicals (Musical group); Gondoliers (Musical group); Ruth and Al (Musical group); Mickey & Sylvia.; Royal Kings (Musical group); Spiders (Musical group); Crystals (Musical group : Bob Christy); Huey and Jerry (Musical group); Gene and Al's Spacemen (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 567273036
Notes: "75 spoonfuls of rock 'n' rolling rhythm and blues from the Crescent City"--Insert.
Compact disc.
Notes by Stuart Colman ([10] p.) inserted in container.
Performer(s): Performed by various artists.
Event notes: Previously released material (p1952-p1982)
Description: 3 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. Hey-hey-hey-hey (Little Richard) --
Shirley (John Fred & the Playboys) --
Would you believe it, I have a cold (Huey Smith) --
Telling lies (Fats Domino) --
Someday (you'll want me) (Smiley Lewis) --
Nervous boogie (Paul Gayten) --
It must be jelly (Frankie Ford) --
A-tisket a-tasket (Joe Jones) --
I'm so blue (Jimmy Beasley) --
I know (Ray Washington) --
Honey, honey (The Supremes) --
Ship on a stormy sea (Jimmy Clanton) --
Loud Mouth Annie (Myles & Dupont) --
That's what I'll do (Shirley & Lee) --
Oh, how I need your lovin' (Alberta Hall) --
Flatfoot Sam (Oscar Wills) --
Look what you're doing to me (Professor Longhair) --
Try rock and roll (Bobby Mitchell) --
I'll always be in love with you (Charles Brown) --
My girl across town (Lester Robertson) --
Sweet sixteen (The Tropicals) --
I've got a girl (Roland Cook) --
Tic Toc (Lee Allen & his band) --
You call everybody darling (The Gondoliers) --
Dance with me Henry (Etta James) --
Disc 2. Don't deceive me (Fats Domino) --
Cheatin' woman (Frankie Ford) --
Honey hush (Joe Turner) --
Diddy-y Diddy-o (Roy Brown) --
Whirlaway (Allen Toussaint) --
Cha dooky doo (Art Neville) --
Real gone party (Ruth & Al) --
Chickee wah wah (Bobby Marchan) --
There'll be no backin' out (Mickey & Sylvia) --
That's all I need to know (Sam Cooke) --
Carry on (Jerry Byrne) --
We like birdland (Huey Smith) --
Creole alley (Lee Allen & his band) --
Mad about you baby (Richard Berry) --
Well-o, well-o, well-o baby (Earl King) --
Malinda (Bobby Mandolph) --
School days are back again (Smiley Lewis) --
Don't break this heart of mine (Jimmy Beasley) --
Doin' the hambone (Little Booker) --
Rich woman (Li'l Millet & his Creoles) --
Teachin' and Preachin' (The Royal Kings) --
Oh Why? (Little Richard) --
Every time I see you (Harry Lee) --
Blow wind blow (Junior Gordon) --
I'm glad, glad (Lloyd Price) --
Disc 3. Don't you know yockomo (Huey "Piano" Smith with his clowns) --
Someday, bye and bye (The Spiders) --
Would you (Fats Domino) --
Hatti Malatti (Lee Diamond) --
Mother Roux : (yo yo walk) (Paul Gayten) --
We teenagers know what we want (Amos Milburn) --
Zing zing (Art Neville) --
So glad she's mine (Charles Williams) --
Sweeter words (have never been told) (Smiley Lewis) --
I love to rock n roll (Eddie Bo) --
Tough lover (Etta James) --
Good lovin' (John Fred) --
Knocked out (The Gondoliers) --
Eternity (Ernie Kador) --
Kansas City (Little Richard) --
Please believe me (Charles Brown) --
Teenage wedding (Johnny Angel) --
Baby, baby please (Clarence Henry) --
Love you so (The Crystals) --
I think you're jiving me (Huey & Jerry) --
Take it home to grandma (Lester Robertson) --
Mercy (Gene & Al's Spacemen) --
When my blue moon turns to gold again (Big Al Downing) --
I'll turn square for you (Bobby Charles) --
Saturday night (Roy Brown)
Other Titles: Pure essence of New Orleans R&B
Pure essence of New Orleans rhythm and blues

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