• Modernists - A Decade Of Rhythm & Soul Dedication - Various Artists CD (Kent)
  • Modernists - A Decade Of Rhythm & Soul Dedication - Various Artists CD (Kent)
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Modernists – A Decade Of Rhythm & Soul Dedication – Various Artists CD (Kent)

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1. Soul Jerk It, Baby – Jeb Stuart
2. Dog (Ain’t A Man’s Best Friend) – Lewis Clark
3. Harlem Shuffle – Robert Moore
4. Good Humor Man – Clifford Curry
5. Cat Dance – The In Crowd
6. Jet Set – Mel Williams
7. Hold Your Dog – Oliver Morgan
8. Dynamite – Little Eva
9. Stone Fox – The Pac-Keys
10. I Got Loaded – Little Bob
11. Shirley – John Fred & The Playboys
12. (You Should Have Been A) Doctor – Bessie Banks
13. Boston Monkey – The Hustlers
14. Turn Around And Go – Lee Bernard
15. Got A Good Thing Going On – Clarence Daniels & Obie Jessie
16. Long Ways To Go – Timmy Wilson
17. Shaggy Dog – Danny & The Velaires
18. Bugaloo Pete – Lester Young & The California Playboys
19. Crow Baby Crow – Leroy Harris
20. Monkey Man – Gene Burks
21. Tingling – Eddy Giles
22. She’s Got Soul – Bill Locke
23. Charles’ Shing A Ling – Charles Hodges
24. After Hours – Paul & Rick

Weight 120 g
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Modernists – A Decade Of Rhythm & Soul Dedication

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Various Artists

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This is a compilation of fantastic rhythm and soul from all over America – the sort of stuff that would have had people dancing at the Scene Club if only it had been known about.

The Mod Jazz team of Ady Croasdell and Dean Rudland have dug deep into record collections and tape vaults to come up with 24 examples of high-calibre rhythm and soul, including three previously unreleased masterpieces.

Of these, Little Eva’s ‘Dynamite’ is already filling floors whilst ‘Got A Good Thing Going On’ by Clarence Daniels and Obie Jessie is from the same sessions as their in-demand ‘Hard Working Girl’. Other records such as Lil’ Bob & The Lollipops’ ‘I Got Loaded’ or Gene Burks’ ‘Monkey Man’ are already sought-after rarities.

The compilation really comes into its own with its unearthing of underappreciated singles from some of the most iconic record labels such as King, Musicor, Arock, Modern and Fraternity. This could be the start of a very danceable series. – Ace Records

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