V.A. - DR. BOOGIE PRESENTS WASA WASA. FABULOUS RHYTHM'N'BLUES SHAKERS ON THE DANCEFLOOR 1952-1968 (CD)


"A fine opportunity to remind everyone that what was called Rhythm and Blues in the late '50s and came from 'race music' was the marriage of the word Rhythm which designated a fast tempo and the word Blues which brought to mind the unmovable 12-bar rule. Rhythm'n'Blues would become the vector that would let black music infiltrate white popular music and pave the way for the emergence of Rock'n'Roll." (label info) 7th volume of our FUNDAMENTAL collection devoted to rare and lost recordings from '20 to '60's. 6 pages digipack.
in stock | BE| 2010| SUB ROSA | 13.90


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