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album Various - The History Of Hi Records Rhythm & Blues, Volume Two (The Glory Years) mp3 download

Genre: Funk, Soul
Performer: Various
Album: The History Of Hi Records Rhythm & Blues, Volume Two (The Glory Years)
Country: US
Released: 1988
Style: Soul
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The life of a compiler/annotator is an enjoyable one, filled with great projects that almost originate themselves and as many more again that require a greater degree of TLC on their way to realisation. There are projects for which the track listings almost pick themselves, and there are others that require a greater degree of audio assessment as they slowly, painstakingly come together. Some of these stay on the list for a short time, others hang about for years. I’m not going to confirm what category Dust My Rhythm And Blues – The Flair R&B Story falls into, but I will admit that I didn’t just come up with it yesterday. However, now that it’s finally arrived The Flair R&B Story will be the first in a series of comprehensive histories devoted to the assorted subsidiaries of Modern Records.

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As the most straight-laced and self-consciously upscale of the major labels, Columbia Records isn't usually thought of as having had much to contribute to the history and development of rhythm & blues. That impression was never more than partly true, however, as every track on this three-disc set reminds us. The postwar OKeh label was Columbia's attempt to grab a piece of a market that, as early as 1948, it knew it was losing, and the music is as solid a representation of R&B of the era as that of any major label of the period.

The blues originated on Southern plantations in the 19th Century. It's generally accepted that the music evolved from African spirituals, African chants, work songs, field hollers, rural fife and drum music, revivalist hymns, and country dance music. The blues grew up in the Mississippi Delta just upriver from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Once the Delta blues made their way up the Mississippi to urban areas, the music evolved into electrified Chicago blues, other regional blues styles, and various jazz-blues hybrids. A decade or so later the blues gave birth to rhythm 'n blues and rock 'n roll. No single person invented the blues, but many people claimed to have discovered the genre.

New Orleans rhythm and blues is a style of rhythm and blues music that originated in the . Most popular from 1948 to 1955, it was a direct precursor to rock and roll and strongly influenced ska. Instrumentation typically includes drums, bass, piano, horns, electric guitar, and vocals. The style is characterized by syncopated "second line" rhythms, a strong backbeat, and soulful vocals

Tracklist

1 Al Green I'm Still In Love With You 3:10
2 Otis Clay I Die A Little Each Day 2:40
3 Ann Peebles Breaking Up Somebody's Home 2:28
4 Syl Johnson We Did It 2:32
5 Erma Coffee You Made Me What I Am 2:52
6 Sly Johnson* Back For A Taste Of Your Love 2:32
7 Ann Peebles I Can't Stand The Rain 2:26
8 Al Green Call Me 3:02
9 Syl Johnson Take Me To The River 3:00
10 Hi Rhythm On The Loose 4:32
11 O.V. Wright Precious Precious 3:30
12 O.V. Wright Into Something (Can't Shake Loose) 4:20

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Licensed From – Cream/Hi Records
  • Made By – PDO, USA

Credits

  • Compiled By, Coordinator – Andy McKaie
  • Liner Notes – Peter Hay

Notes

Manufactured in U.S.A. for MCA Records, Inc.
Manufactured under license from Hi/Cream Records
℗ 1988 MCA Records, Inc.

†Bonus track only available on Compact Disc only. [6, 11]
©℗ 1988, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1973 and 1972 MCA Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 076742522728
  • Other (SPARS code): AAD
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society (5, 12): BMI/ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout: MCAD 25227 01!
  • Matrix / Runout (mould): MADE IN USA BY PDO

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MCA-25227 Various The History Of Hi Records Rhythm & Blues Volume Two The Glory Years ‎(LP, Comp) MCA Records MCA-25227 US 1988
Performer: Ann Peebles
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: I Can't Stand The Rain
Country: US
Released: 2009
Performer: Bessie Smith
Genre: Blues
Title: The Bessie Smith Story - Volume 4
Country: US
Released: 1955
Performer: Syl Johnson
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: All About The Memphis Soul
Released: 1974
Performer: J.J. Johnson
Genre: Jazz
Title: Debut Records' Jazz Workshop, Volume 2: Trombone Rapport
Country: UK
Released: 1955
Performer: Various
Genre: Blues
Title: National Downhome Blues Festival (Volume One)
Country: US
Released: 1986
Performer: Various
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: Should I Go Or Should I Stay
Released: 1995
Performer: Peter Green Splinter Group
Genre: Blues
Title: Hotfoot Powder/ Robert Johnson Songbook (Robert Johnson Complete Works including Robert Johnson Songbook & Hotfoot Powder)
Released: 2003
Performer: Al Green
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: Call Me (Come Back Home)
Country: US
Released: 1972
Performer: Ray Johnson
Genre: Blues
Title: Calypso Joe / If You Don't Want Me Baby
Released: 1957
Performer: Ann Peebles
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: Slipped, Tripped, And Fell In Love / 99 Lbs.
Country: US
Released: 1971
Performer: Otis Clay
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: Live
Released: 1986
Performer: Ann Peebles
Genre: Funk, Soul
Title: Brand New Classics
Released: 2006