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R&b Jukebox Hits 1953 Vol:1


In 1953, America's Black population were still discriminated against throughout most of the country and their music was, for the most part, confined to their own communities. Although Ray Charles' real breakthrough was a couple of years away, the beginnings of the secularization of Gospel music could be discerned in several of the year's hits. Vocal groups like the Dominoes, Du-Droppers and The Clovers ruled the roost and sax led jump bands like Tiny Bradshaw's and Amos Milburn's rubbed shoulders with rocking girls like Ruth Brown and Big Maybelle, Nat Cole and Johnny Ace and down home blues men such as little Walter and Eddie Boyd. Here are the biggest hits that registered between January and May 1953. Acrobat. 2005.

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W/ FIVE ROYALES, LITTLE WALTER, BIG MAYBELLE, RUTH BROW

Medie Musik     CD   (Compact Disc)
Udgivet EU, 02/03-2015
EAN/UPC 0824046419721
Label ACROBAT
Katalognr. ACMCD4197
Genre Blues     Rhythm & Blues
Mål 125 × 142 × 10 mm
Estimeret vægt 124 g