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Keb Darge & Little Edith's Legendary Wild Rockers Vol 3 -BBE Music


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Recent Release from BBE Music 

Keb Darge & Little Edith's Legendary Wild Rockers Vol 3

A Collection Of Rare Rockabilly & Surf From The 50s & Early 60s

 

Here's some of the text from BBE website release notes

 

Here we are again, the third volume in a series set to outstrip my “Legendary Deep Funk” comps. We do hope so, as we much prefer the music on these. The funk and soul thing seems much too serious nowadays. Whereas rockin tunes are all about fun. Not to detract from the quality of music on these tunes, but you can clearly here the fun they had recording them. The majority of the tunes on volume 2 were ultra-rare rockabilly classics. This time we’ve gone for pure fun with a few deeper sounding rarities thrown in to add a hint of diversity. Dj’ing is also much more fun for us now as this music generates happiness in the crowd too. The old northern soul days of “drowning in a sea of my own despair” have been replaced with “having a ball”.

 

 

BBE link here

 

http://www.bbemusic.com/releases/BBE238CDG/Keb%20Darge%20%26%20Little%20Edith%20-%20Keb%20Darge%20and%20Little%20#.UcEPvvmOSSo

 

where you can also purchase all the various formats direct and as per other BBE releases listen to each track in full!

 

Album Description

 

VOLUME THREE : Hep 20-track compilation of unearthed rockabilly 'n' surf rarities! Features The Shindigs, Everett Carpenter, The Page Boys, The Country Dudes, Untouchables, Angie & The Citations and others.

 

Track Listings

1. Come With Me to the Casbah - Ganimian & His Orientals

2. Headache - Angie & The Citations

3. I'm the Wolf Man - Round Robin

4. The Raging Sea (With the Gibson String Band) - Gene Maltais

5. Rock & Roll Guitar - Johnny Knight

6. Short Fat Ben - Phil Barclay And The Sliders

7. Sunset Blues (With the Swing Kings) - Tony and Jackie Lamie

8. Thunder Reef - The Shindigs

9. Geraldine - Ole Miss Down Beats

10. Whiphash - Riki and The Rikatone

11. Ice Cold Baby - Marlon 'Madman' Mitchell and The Rocketeers

12. Rock Rock - Johnny Powers with the band of Stan Getz & Tom Cats

13. Be-bop Battlin' Ball - Eddie Gaines and The 'Rockin' Five

14. Connie Lou - Ray Taylor and Alabama Pals

15. Let Your Hair Down, Baby - Everett Carpenter

16. Crawlin' (The Crawl) - Untouchables

17. Barricuda - The Page Boys

18. Hang-out - Joe Lee and Orchestra

19. Peter Gunn Twist - The Rebel Rousers

20. Have a Ball - The Country Dude

 

 

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"The funk and soul thing seems much too serious nowadays", I think that sums it up completely.

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"The funk and soul thing seems much too serious nowadays", I think that sums it up completely.

 

True.

 

And considering that going out to a soul club should just be a simple enjoyable night out it probably always has been too serious for its own good.

 

But it's that serious downright obsessive traits that has kept the soul scene going as long as it has whilst other scenes have been and gone.

 

derek x

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But it's that serious downright obsessive traits that has kept the soul scene going as long as it has whilst other scenes have been and gone.

 

derek x

 

 

 

 

you think? I always put it down to the stubborness and direct refusal to piss off 

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