Work With Me Annie - Various - Risque Rhythm (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Work With Me Annie - Various - Risque Rhythm (CD)

  1. Fauzshura says:
    Bunch of nasty Rhythm & Blues! Medium 1 Big 10 Inch Record - JACKSON, Bull Moose Shake 'Em Up Baby - BROWN, Roy I Want My Fanny Brown - HARRIS, Wynonie Work With Me Annie - BALLARD, Hank Annie Had A Baby - BALLARD, Hank Smooth, Slow & Easy - DRIVERS Sure Cure For The Blues - FOUR JACKS Ring-A-Dong-Doo - LITTLE ESTHER.
  2. Kajigami says:
    Ein Haufen böser Rhythm & Blues! Various CD: Risqué Blues - Big Inch Record (CD) - Bear Family Records Um Bear Family Records in vollem Umfang nutzen zu können, empfehlen wir Ihnen Javascript in Ihrem Browser zu aktiveren.
  3. Jum says:
    Great, great, great songs from the early R&B era of the late forties to the mid-fifties which were a little risque, to say the least. Some are well-known such as "Ten-Inch Record," "Sixty Minute Man," and "Work With Me Annie," but other cuts are rare and seldom heard. The songs are catchy, easy to dance to or sing to, and are hilarious/5(8).
  4. Meztijin says:
    The follow-up to the notorious "Work With Me Annie," "Sexy Ways" cemented Hank Ballard & the Midnighters' status as R&B's lustiest hitmakers. "Sexy Ways" didn't mess with the winning formula of its predecessor, and in an era driven by singles and jukebox spins, .
  5. Gull says:
    Risque Rhythm: Nasty 50s R&B contains 18 raw, raunchy R&B and jump blues records from the likes of Moose Jackson, Dinah Washington, the Five Royales, Billy Ward & the Dominoes, Wynonie Harris, Roy Brown, and the gratanasypittourpaypeclibipanpau.coinfo's remarkable how explicit these double-entrendre-laced singles were, but what really makes Risque Rhythm worth acquiring is its gritty, pounding rhythms, which are just as.
  6. Fer says:
    Dec 26,  · Two of the album tracks -- Billy Ward & the Dominoes’ “Sixty Minute Man” and the Royals’ “Work With Me Annie” -- were huge R&B; hits and are now viewed as celebrated moments in the.
  7. Meztinos says:
    Risqué Rhythm: Nasty '50s R&B, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Rhino (catalog no. R2 ; CD). Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Blues, Rock & Roll.
  8. Dajinn says:
    Dirty blues encompasses forms of blues music that deal with socially taboo and obscene subjects, often referencing sexual acts and drug use. Due to the sometimes graphic subject matter, such music was often banned from radio and only available on a gratanasypittourpaypeclibipanpau.coinfo style was most popular in the years before World War II, although it had a revival in the s.

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