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Various - Blowing The Fuse: 1952 - Classics That Rocked The Jukebox

1-CD-album DigiPac (6-sided) with 64-page booklet, 29 tracks, playing time 78:57 minutes.

The annual committee of the German record review awards has awarded the CD series
Nowadays, when journalists talk about '50 years of pop music' they are ignoring the fact that popular music existed prior to 1955. Pop music did not appear from nowhere but has a rich 'pre' history. Keywords like Big Band Sound, Gospel, Jump Blues, Vocal Groups and Boogie Woogie characterize this period. The first eleven compact discs in the 'Blowing The Fuse'-series are a compilation splendid in sound and detail, dealing with important years in the progress of pop music in the range of black r&b, imaginatively compiled by the Canadian collector and DJ Dave 'Daddy Cool' Booth, and knowledgeably annotated by
Hank Williams-biographer Colin Escott.
Berlin, November 19, 2005

Critics raved. Finally a series that really made sense of the wealth of music from R&B’s early years! Now that series is complete. Here are the years 1956-1960, and here's why 'Blowing The Fuse' will be the standard for R&B reissues now and forever!

YEARS! YEARS! YEARS! Many companies have issued compilations of out-of-copyright recordings (ie. records more than 50 years old). That's why you'll find that their series stop at 1955. Bear Family's 'Blowing The Fuse' starts at the dawn of the Post-War R&B era in 1945, and now goes through until 1960! And, unlike the out-of-copyright labels who won't get to 1960 until 2011, we're there now because Bear Family pays the companies that own the music

PACKAGING! PACKAGING! PACKAGING! Other labels lift photos from old books and magazines, and commission quickie liner notes that tell you little or nothing, and often get it wrong. Bear Family's 'Blowing The Fuse' has detailed song-by-song notes, stories behind the songs, and incredible never-before-seen photos in huge booklets ... booklets so big they won't even fit inside the standard plastic case. Instead, they go in specially designed DigiPacs.

COMPILATIONS! COMPILATIONS! COMPILATIONS! Most out-of-copyright labels do their compilations from chart books compiled by Joel Whitburn. Compiling from Whitburn is the easy way out. We hired
Dave 'Daddy Cool' Booth, a guy with one of North America’s biggest R&B collections and the dee-jay experience to know how to program music. He went through his incredible collection and then he went through 'Billboard' year-by-year, and picked out more than just the hits. We selected the absolute best music, some of it never reissued on CD until now, as well as the biggest hits, and we have no more than two songs by any artist on any CD. These are true, properly thought-out compilations in the spirit of Guy Stevens, Paul Oliver, Mike Leadbitter, and the others who compiled groundbreaking blues/R&B LPs back in the 1960s and 1970s.

SOUND! SOUND! SOUND! We used the absolute best sources from the original labels, then carefully remastered for the absolute best-ever sound.
Beware! These will cost a little more than some of the out-of-copyright reissues, but they'll be worth it.

If you're sick of R&B reissues that look and sound like a 'Proper' mess, then go for the best. And you won't have to wait until 2011 to get the complete story of R&B's golden years!
BCD 16711 AS - Blowing The Fuse -30 R&B Classics that rocked the Jukebox in 1956
The Cadillacs with the Jesse Powell Orchestra: Speedoo - Bo Diddley: Pretty Thing - The Platters: The Great Pretender - Ruth Brown and her Rhythmakers: I Want To Do More -
The Teenagers
featuring Frankie Lymon: Why Do Fools Fall In Love - The Ernie Freeman Combo: Jivin' Around, Part 1 - The Teen Queens: Eddie My Love - Howlin' Wolf: Smokestack Lightnin' -
Bobby Mitchell
: Try Rock and Roll - Ray Charles: Drown In My Own Tears - The Moonglows: We Go Together - Little Richard: Long Tall Sally - James Brown with
The Famous Flames: Please, Please, Please - Fats Domino: I'm In Love Again - Big Joe Turner and Orchestra, featuring Van 'Piano Man' Walls: Boogie Woogie Country Girl -
Clyde McPhatter
: Treasure Of Love - The Cleftones with Jimmy Wright and his Orchestra: Little Girl Of Mine - Little Willie John: Fever - Chuck Berry: Roll Over Beethoven - Chuck Willis: It's Too Late - Shirley and Lee: Let The Good Times Roll - Little Richard: Rip It Up - The Five Satins: In The Still Of The Night - Bill Doggett: Honky Tonk, Part 1 - Bill Doggett: Honky Tonk, Part 2 -
The Cadets
: Stranded In The Jungle - The Heartbeats: A Thousand Miles Away - Jimmy Reed: You've Got Me Dizzy - Roy Montrell: (Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone -
Big Walter
and his Thunderbirds: Pack Fair And Square

BCD 16712 AS - Blowing The Fuse - 31 R&B Classics that rocked the Jukebox in 1957
Fats Domino: Blue Monday - LaVern Baker and the Gliders: Jim Dandy - Mickey and Sylvia: Love Is Strange - Clarence 'Frogman' Henry: Ain't Got No Home - Ivory Joe Hunter: Since I Met You Baby - The Gladiolas: Little Darlin' - Little Junior Parker with Bill Harvey's Band: Next Time You See Me - The Del Vikings: Come Go With Me - Ruth Brown: Lucky Lips - Lloyd Price: Just Because -
The Coasters: Searchin' - Little Richard: Lucille - Fats Domino: I'm Walkin' - Johnnie and Joe: Over The Mountain, Across The Sea - Chuck Willis: C.C. Rider - Larry Williams: Short Fat Fannie -
Chuck Berry
: School Day - The Velvetones: Glory Of Love - Richard Berry: Louie Louie - The Bobettes with Reggie Obrecht Orchestra: Mr. Lee - The Five Royales: Think -
Roy Brown
: Let The Four Winds Blow - The Tuneweavers with Frank Paul's Orchestra: Happy, Happy Birthday Baby - Slim Harpo: I’m A King Bee -
Huey 'Piano' Smith
and his Clowns: Rockin' Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu, Part 1 - Thurston Harris and the Sharps: Little Bitty Pretty One -
Andre Williams (Mr. Rhythm) with the Charlie Morris Orchestra: Jailbait - Oscar 'T.V. Slim' Wills with the Paul Gayten Orchestra: Flat Foot Sam -
Bobby 'Blue' Bland
with the Bill Harvey Orchestra: Farther Up The Road - Ernie Freeman & his Combo: Raunchy - Jackie Wilson: Reet Petite (The Finest Girl You Ever Want To Meet)

BCD 16713 AS - Blowing The Fuse - 31 R&B Classics that rocked the Jukebox in 1958
The Hollywood Flames: Buzz, Buzz, Buzz - Gene Allison: You Can Make It If You Try - Lee Allen: Walkin' With Mr.Lee - Roy Hamilton: Don't Let Go - The Chantels: Maybe -
Sam Cooke: I'll Come Running Back To You - Little Richard: Good Golly, Miss Molly - The Silhouettes: Get A Job - Little Willie John: Talk To Me, Talk To Me - Jimmy McCracklin: The Walk -
Huey 'Piano' Smith and his Clowns: Don't You Just Know It - The Monotones: Book Of Love - Chuck Willis: What Am I Living For - Bobby Freeman: Do You Wanna Dance -
Chuck Berry: Johnny B. Goode - The Danleers: One Summer Night - The Johnny Otis Show: Willie And The Handjive - Larry Williams: Slow Down - The Coasters: Yakety Yak -
Jerry Butler & the Impressions: For Your Precious Love - Bobby Day: Rockin' Robin - Bobby Hendrix: Itchy Twitchy Feeling - The Shields: You Cheated - The Olympics: Western Movies -
Ruth Brown
: This Little Girl's Gone Rockin' - The Imperials: Tears On My Pillow - Dee Clark with the Riley Hampton Orchestra: Nobody But You - Jackie Wilson: Lonely Teardrops -
The Moonglows
: Ten Commandments Of Love (Edited Version) - Clyde McPhatter: A lover's Question - Fats Domino: Whole Lotta Loving

BCD 16714 AS - Blowing The Fuse - 29 R&B Classics that rocked the Jukebox in 1959
James Brown and the Famous Flames: Try Me - The Fiestas: So Fine - Eugene Church and the Fellows: Pretty Girls Everywhere - LaVern Baker: I Cried A Tear - Lloyd Price: Stagger Lee -
The Impalas
with the LeRoy Holms Orchestra: Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) - Brook Benton: It's Just A Matter Of Time - Wilbert Harrison: Kansas City - Hank Ballard and the Midnighters: The Twist - The Crests: 16 Candles - Don & Dewey: Farmer John - Dave 'Baby' Cortez: The Happy Organ - Big Jay McNeely and Band, vocal by Little Sonny: There Is Something On Your Mind -
The Falcons
: You're So Fine - Chuck Berry: Almost Grown - Dinah Washington: What A Diff'rence A Day Makes - The Drifters: There Goes My Baby - Ray Charles: What'd I Say, Parts 1 & 2 -
Phil Phillips
with the Twilights: Sea Of Love - The Clovers: Love Potion, No. 9 - Dee Clark: Hey Little Girl - The Isley Brothers: Shout, Parts 1 & 2 - The Flamingos: I Only Have Eyes For You -
The Spacemen
: The Clouds - Marv Johnson: You Got What It Takes - Fats Domino: I Want To Walk You Home - Bo Diddley: Sayman - The Coasters: Poison Ivy - Jackie Wilson: You Better Know It

BCD 16715 AS - Blowing The Fuse - 31 R&B Classics that rocked the Jukebox in 1960
Buster Brown: Fannie Mae - Jimmy Jones: Handy Man - Barrett Strong: Money (That's What I Want) - Bobby 'Blue' Bland: I'll Take Care Of You - Dee Clark: How About That -
Rosco Gordon
: Just A Little Bit - Dinah Washington & Brook Benton: Baby (You've Got What It Takes) - Jackie Wilson: Doggin' Around - Jimmy Reed: Baby, What You Want Me To Do -
Billy Bland
: Let The Little Girl Dance - Irma Thomas: Don’t Mess With My Man - Marv Johnson: I Love The Way You Love - Etta James: All I Could Do Was Cry -
Ray Bryant Combo: The Madison Time, Part 1 - James Brown and the Famous Flames: Think - Bobby Marchan: There Is Something On Your Mind, Part 2 - Jessie Hill: Ooh Poo Pah Doo, Part 1 -
Jon Thomas
: Heartbreak (It’s Hurting Me) - Fats Domino: Walking To New Orleans - Howlin' Wolf: Spoonful - The Shirelles: Tonight's The Night -
Jimmy Charles
and the Revellettes with Phil Medley's Orchestra: A Million To One - Sugar Pie DeSanto with the Pee Wee Kingsley Band: I Want To Know -
Hank Ballard
and the Midnighters: Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go - Jerry Butler: He Will Break Your Heart - Brook Benton: Kiddio -
and Tina Turner: A Fool In Love - Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs: Stay - The Drifters: Save The Last Dance For Me - Joe Jones: You Talk Too Much - Gary U.S. Bonds: New Orleans

Blowing The Fuse - 26 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1945 - BCD 16700 AS
Private Cecil Gant: I Wonder - Cootie Williams: Somebody's Gotta Go - Joe Turner: S.K. Blues, Part 1 - Erskine Hawkins: Tippin’ In - Sister Rosetta Tharpe: Strange Things Happening Every Day -
Arthur Crudup: Rock Me Mama - The Four Clefs: V Day Stomp - Lucky Millinder: Who Threw The Whiskey In The Well? - Louis Jordan: Caldonia - Five Red Caps: Boogie Woogie On A Saturday Nite - Buddy Johnson: That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch - Golden Gate Quartet: I Will Be Home Again - Joe Liggins: The Honeydripper, Part 1 - Count Basie: Jimmy's Blues -
Hadda Brooks
: Swingin' The Boogie - T-Bone Walker: Sail On Boogie - Big Maceo: Things Have Changed - Herb Jeffries: Left A Good Deal In Mobile - Gatemouth Moore: I Ain't Mad At You Pretty baby - Ivory Joe Hunter: Blues At Sunrise - Wynonie Harris: Baby Look At You - Helen Humes: Be-Baba-Leba - Johnny Otis: Harlem Nocturne - Jay McShann: Garfield Avenue Blues - Julia Lee: If It's Good - Lionel Hampton: Beulah's Boogie

Blowing The Fuse - 27 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1946 - BCD 16701 AS
Wynonie Harris: Wynonie's Blues - Joe Liggins: Got A Right To Cry - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers: Drifting Blues - Delta Rhythm Boys: Just A-Sittin'And A-Rockin' - Louis Jordan: Buzz Me -
Dinah Washington: Joy Juice - Lionel Hampton: Hey! Ba-Ba-Re-Bop - Roy Milton: R.M. Blues - Cats'n Jammer Three: I Cover The Water-Front - The Blues Woman: Voo-It! Voo-It! -
Big Maceo: Chicago Breakdown - Andy Kirk: I Know - King Cole Trio: (Get Your Kicks On) Route 66 - Eddie Vinson: Cherry Red Blues - Bull Moose Jackson: I Know Who Threw The Whiskey (In The Well)- Ink Spots: The Gypsy - Red Callender Trio: Red Light - Velma Nelson: If I Were A Itty Bitty Girl, Part 1 - Roosevelt Sykes: Sunny Road - Joe Turner: My Gal's A Jockey -
Louis Jordan
: Choo Choo Ch'Boogie - Arthur Crudup: So Glad You're Mine - Jay McShann: Voodoo Woman Blues - Erskine Hawkins: After Hours - Bill Samuels: Port Wine -
T-Bone Walker
: Come Back To Me Baby - Julia Lee: Gotta Gimmie Whatcha' Got

Blowing The Fuse - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1947 - BCD 16702 AS
Louis Jordan
: Let The Good Times Roll - Albert Ammons: Swanee River Boogie - T-Bone Walker: Bobby Sox Blues - Jack McVea: Open The Door Richard! - Amos Milburn: Down The Road Apiece - Savannah Churchill: I Want To Be Loved (But Only By You) - Eddie Vinson: Old Maid Boogie - Sonny Boy Williamson: Shake That Boogie - Lionel Hampton: Blow Top Blues -
Wynonie Harris
: Time To Change Your Town - Joe Turner: Sally Zu-Zaz - Hadda Brooks Trio: That's My Desire - Big Three Trio: Signifying Monkey - Arthur Crudup: That's All Right - Johnny Moore's Three Blazers: New Orleans Blues - Roy Milton: True Blues - Five Blazers: Chicago Boogie - Bill Johnson: Don't You Think I Ought To Know - Walter Brown: W.B. Blues -
Nellie Lutcher
: He's A Real Gone Guy - The Ravens: Ol'Man River - Louis Jordan: Boogie Woogie Blue Plate - Julia Lee: (Opportunity Knocks But Once) Snatch And Grab It -
Clarence Samuels
: Lollypop Mama - Annie Laurie: Since I Fell For You - Gene Phillips: Big Legs - Clarence Brown: Guitar In My Hand - Paul Williams Sextet: Hasting Street Bounce

Blowing The Fuse - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1948 - BCD 16703 AS
The Ravens: Write Me A Letter - Julia Lee: King Size Papa - T-Bone Walker: Call It Stormy Monday - Paul Williams Sextette: Thirty-Five Thirty - Crown Price Waterford: Move Your Hand, Baby -
Bull Moose
Jackson: I Love You, Yes I Do - Nellie Lutcher: Fine Brown Frame - Gatemouth Moore: Hey Mr. Gatemouth - Lonnie Johnson: Tomorrow Night - Camille Howard: X-Temperaneous Boogie - Wynonie Harris: Good Rockin' Tonight - Big Three Trio: You Sure Look Good To Me - Sonny Thompson: Long Gone, Part 2 - Jimmy Liggins: Cadillac Boogie - Ivory Joe Hunter: Pretty Mama Blues -
Louis Jordan: Run Joe - Mabel Scott: Elevator Baby - Bill Moore: We're Gonna Rock - Arbee Stidham: My Heart Belongs To You - Muddy Waters: I Can't Be Satisfied - Hal Singer Sextette: Corn Bread - The Orioles: It's Too Soon To Know - Roy Milton: Hop, Skip And Jump - Joe Swift: That's Your Last Boogie - Paula Watson: A Little Bird Told Me - Roy Brown: Long About Midnight -
Louis Jordan: Daddy-O - Amos Milburn: Chicken-Shack Boogie

Blowing The Fuse - 27 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1949 - BCD 16704 AS
Sister Rosetta: Up Above My Head - Pee Wee Crayton: Texas Hop - Red Miller: Bewildered - John Lee Hooker: Boogie Chillen - Big Jay McNeely: Deacon's Hop -
Jimmy Witherspoon
: Ain't Nobody's Business, Part 1 - Paul Williams: The Hucklebuck - Julia Lee: The Spinach Song (I Didn't Like It The First Time) - Roy Brown: Rockin' At Midnight -
The Orioles: Tell Me So - T-Bone Walker: T-Bone Shuffle - Todd Rhodes: Pot Likker - Charles Brown Trio: Trouble Blues - Stick McGee: Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee - T.J. Fowler: T.J. Boogie -
Ruth Brown: So Long - Wynonie Harris: All She Wants To Do Is Rock - Amos Milburn: Roomin' House Boogie - Dinah Washington: Baby Get Lost -
Bull Moose Jackson: Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me - Sugar Chile Robinson: Numbers Boogie - Jimmy Preston: Rock The Joint - Billy Wright: Blues For My Baby -
Louis Jordan: Saturday Night Fish Fry, Part 1&2 - Annie Laurie: Cuttin' Out - Larry Darnell: For You My Love - Clarence Brown: Mary Is Fine

Blowing The Fuse - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1950 - BCD 16705 AS
Roy Milton: Information Blues - Wynonie Harris: Sittin' On It All The Time - Ivory Joe Hunter: I Almost Lost My Mind - Doc Sausage: Rag Mop - Fats Domino: The Fat Man -
Johnny Otis
: Double Crossing Blues - Eddie Mack: Hoot And Holler Saturday Night - Professor Longhair: Mardi Gras In New Orleans - Jewel King: 3 x 7 = 21 - Roy Hawkins: Why Do Things Happen To Me - Joe Liggins: Pink Champagne - T-Bone Walker: Strollin' With Bones - Tiny Bradshaw: Well Oh Well - Joe Turner: Still In The Dark - Archibald: Stack-A'Lee, Parts 1 - Goree Carter: Come On Let's Boogie - Calvin Boze: Safronia B. - The Ravens: Count Every Star - Lowell Fulson: Blue Shadows - Louis Jordan: Blue Light Boogie, Part 1&2 - Roy Brown: Love Don't Love Nobody -
Joe Morris: Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere - Lightnin' Hopkins: Shotgun Blues - Ruth Brown: Teardrops From My Eyes - Clarence Brown: Boogie Rambler -
Percy Mayfield
: Please Send Me Someone To Love - Lloyd Glenn: Old Time Shuffle Blues - Jimmy Preston: Oh, Babe!

Blowing The Fuse - 28 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1951 - BCD 16706 AS
Amos Milburn: Bad, Bad Whiskey - Joe Liggins: Little Joe's Boogie - Floyd Dixon: Telephone Blues - Piano Red: Rockin' With Red - Louis Jordan: Lemonade - The Four Buddies: Will Wait -
The Johnny Otis Orchestra: Rockin' Blues - Margie Day: Little Red Rooster - Charles Brown: Black Night - Lucky Millinder & Annisteen Allen & John Carol: I'm Waiting Just For You -
Jackie Brenston
and his Delta Cats: Rocket '88' - Muddy Waters: Long Distance Call - The Dominoes: Sixty Minute Man - James Wayne: Tend To Your Business - Joe Turner: Chains Of Love -
Lloyd Glenn
: Chica Boo - The Treniers: Go! Go! Go! - The Five Keys: The Glory Of Love - 'Peppermint' Harris: I Got Loaded - Johnny Hodges: Castle Rock - The Larks: Eyesight To the Blind -
Wynonie Harris: Bloodshot Eyes - Jimmie Nelson: 'T' 99 Blues - Tiny Bradshaw: Walkin' The Chalk Line - John Lee Hooker: I'm In The Mood - The Clovers: Fool, Fool, Fool - Earl Bostic: Flamingo -
Howlin' Wolf: How Many More Years

Blowing The Fuse - 29 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1952 - BCD 16707 AS
Big Joe Turner: The Chill Is On - The Swallows: It Ain't The Meat - B. B. King: 3 O'Clock Blues - John Greer: Got You On My Mind - Roscoe Gordon: Booted -
The Griffin Brothers' Orchestra
: Weepin' And Cryin' - Elmore James: Dust My Broom - Wynonie Harris: Lovin' Machine - Charles Brown: Hard Times - Dinah Washington:
The Orioles
: Baby, Please Don't Go - Tiny Bradshaw: The Train Kept A-Rollin' - Fats Domino: Goin' Home - The Clovers: One Mint Julep - Lester Williams: I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use -
Jimmy Forrest
: Night Train - Marie Adams: I'm Gonna Play The Honky Tonks - The Dominoes: Have Mercy Baby - Roy Milton: So Tired - Lloyd Price: Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Ruth Brown: 5-10-15 Hours -
The Four Blazes
: Mary Jo - Johnny Ace: My Song - Smiley Lewis: The Bells Are Ringing - Varetta Dillard: Easy, Easy Baby - Little Walter: Juke - Little Caesar: Goodbye Baby - Willie Mabon: I Don't Know - The Ravens: Rock Me All Night Long

Blowing The Fuse - 29 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1953 - BCD 16708 AS
Ruth Brown: (Mama) He Treats Your Daughter Mean - The '5' Royales: Baby Don't Do It - Big Maybelle: Gabbin' Blues - Earl Forest: Whoopin' And Hollerin' - Willie Mae 'Big Mama' Thornton: Hound Dog - Bull Moose Jackson: Big Ten-Inch Record - Shirley and Lee: I'm Gone - B.B. King: Please Love Me - Tiny Bradshaw: Soft - Jesse and Marvin: Dream Girl - Willie Mabon: I'm Mad -
The Du Droppers
: I Wanna Know - Johnny Ace: The Clock - The Royals: Get It - Fats Domino: Please Don't Leave Me - The Orioles: Crying In The Chapel - Buddy & Ella Johnson: Hittin' On Me -
The Clovers
: Good Lovin' - Ray Charles: Mess Around - Faye Adams: Shake A Hand - Amos Milburn: One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Joe Turner: Honey Hush - Little Walter: Blues With A Feeling - The Four Tunes: Marie - Joe Morris: I Had A Notion - Little Junior's Blue Flames: Feelin' Good - Dinah Washington: T.V. Is The Thing (This Year) - Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters: Money Honey - Jimmy Liggins: Drunk

Blowing The Fuse - 29 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1954 - BCD 16709 AS
The Crows: Gee - Little Walter and his Jukes: You're So Fine - Johnny Ace: Saving My Love For You - Faye Adams: I'll be true - The Spiders: I Didn't Want To Do It -
The Harp-Tones
: A Sunday Kind Of Love - The '5' Royales: I Do - Buddy & Ella Johnson: I'm Just Your Fool - Guitar Slim: The Things That I Used To Do - The Clovers: Lovely Dovey -
Ray Charles
: It Should Have Been Me - Clarence 'Bon Ton' Garlow: Route '90' - The Spaniels: Goodnite Sweetheart, Goodnite - Cozy Eggleston: Big Heavy (Blue Lights Boogie) -
The Midnighters
: Work With Me Annie - Sugar Boy Crawford: Jock-A-Mo - Muddy Waters: I Just Want To Make Love To You - Chuck Willis: I Feel So Bad - The Chords: Sh-Boom -
Big Joe Turner
: Shake, Rattle and Roll - Ruth Brown: Oh What A Dream - The Robins: Riot In Cell Block #9 - The Drifters featuring Clyde McPhatter: Honey Love - Howlin' Wolf: Evil Is Goin' On -
Dave Bartholomew
: Jump Children - The Charms: Hearts Of Stone - The Cadillacs: Gloria - B.B. 'Blues Boy' King: You Upset Me Baby - Joe Houston: All Night Long

Blowing The Fuse - 29 R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox In 1955 - BCD 16710 AS
LaVern Baker: Tweedlee Dee - Lowell Fulson: Reconsider Baby - The Moonglows: Sincerely - Jimmy Reed: You Don't Have To Go - Etta James: The Wall Flower (aka Roll with Me Henry) -
The Penguins
: Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine) - Ray Charles: I Got A Woman - Gene and Eunice: Ko Ko Mo - Johnny Ace: Pledging My Love - Little Walter and his Jukes: My Babe -
Big Joe Turner
: Flip, Flop and Fly - Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters: What'cha Gonna Do - The Nutmegs: Story Untold - Bo Diddley: Bo Diddley - Nappy Brown: Don't Be Angry -
The Jacks
: Why Don’t You Write Me? - Louis Brooks: It's Love Baby (24 Hours A Day) - Fats Domino: Ain't It A Shame - Shirley & Lee: Feel So Good - Chuck Berry: Maybellene -
Smiley Lewis
: I Hear You Knocking - The El Dorados: At My Front Door (Crazy Little Mama) - Sonny Boy Williamson: Don’t Start Me To Talkin’ - The Platters: Only You - The Turbans: When You Dance - Little Richard: Tutti Frutti - Jay McShann's Orchestra: Hands Off - The Robins: Smokey Joe’s Café - Little Willie John: All Around The World

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Various - Blowing The Fuse - 1952 - Classics That Rocked The Jukebox CD 1
01 The Chill Is On TURNER, Big Joe
02 It Ain't The Meat SWALLOWS
03 3 O'Clock Blues KING, B.B.
04 Got You On My Mind GREER, John
05 Booted GORDON, Roscoe
06 Weepin' And Cryin' GRIFFIN BROS ORCH.
07 Dust My Broom JAMES, Elmore
08 Lovin' Machine HARRIS, Wynonie
09 Hard Times BROWN, Charles
10 Wheel Of Fortune WASHINGTON, Dinah
11 Baby, Please Don't Go ORIOLES
12 The Train Kept A-Rollin' BRADSHAW, Tiny
13 Goin' Home DOMINO, Fats
14 One Mint Julep CLOVERS
15 I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use WILLIAMS, Lester
16 Night Train FORREST, Jimmy
17 I'm Gonna Play The Honky Tonks ADAMS, Marie
18 Have Mercy Baby DOMINOES
19 So Tired MILTON, Roy
20 Lawdy Miss Clawdy PRICE, Lloyd
21 5-10-15 Hours BROWN, Ruth
23 My Song ACE, Johnny
24 The Bells Are Ringing LEWIS, Smiley
25 Easy, Easy Baby DILLARD, Varetta
27 Goodbye Baby LITTLE CAESAR
28 I Don't Know MABON, Willie
29 Rock Me All Night Long RAVENS
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Blowing The Fuse

R&B Classics That Rocked The Jukebox

This series is designed to reflect the best and the most influential R&B from sixteen tumultuous years. Those years, 1945-1960, saw R&B emerge from a minority interest music, still largely ghettoized, to a music that shaped the way all popular music sounded.

Every compilation is in rough chronological order, although strict sequencing by recording date is hard if not impossible because some of the dates are unknown. I attempted to adhere to a policy of one song per artist per year, although I had to break that rule for several artists, such as Louis Jordan and Fats Domino. Pop-slanted R&B artists like Billy Eckstine and Tommy Edwards as well as blues and doo wop groups are not featured prominently because of time constraints. Songs that were double- sided hits or 'Part 1' and 'Part 2' are usually represented by just one side for the same reason. In some of the later volumes, licensing restrictions meant that it was not always possible to obtain the rights to every song we would have liked to use.

I would like to acknowledge the pioneering research of Galen Gart's 'First Pressings,' Big Al Pavlow's 'R&B Book,' Joel Whitburn's 'Top R&B Singles,' Jonas Bernholm's reissues, and the files of 'Billboard' magazine, without which these compilations would have been impossible.

Play loud and often.

Dave 'Daddy Cool' Booth


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Various - Blowing The Fuse - 1952 - Classics That Rocked The Jukebox CD 1
01 The Chill Is On
02 It Ain't The Meat
03 3 O'Clock Blues
04 Got You On My Mind
05 Booted
06 Weepin' And Cryin'
07 Dust My Broom
08 Lovin' Machine
09 Hard Times
10 Wheel Of Fortune
11 Baby, Please Don't Go
12 The Train Kept A-Rollin'
13 Goin' Home
14 One Mint Julep
15 I Can't Lose With The Stuff I Use
16 Night Train
17 I'm Gonna Play The Honky Tonks
18 Have Mercy Baby
19 So Tired
20 Lawdy Miss Clawdy
21 5-10-15 Hours
22 Mary Joe
23 My Song
24 The Bells Are Ringing
25 Easy, Easy Baby
26 Juke
27 Goodbye Baby
28 I Don't Know
29 Rock Me All Night Long