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01
Rose Mitchell Baby Please Don't Go
02 :24
02
Mr. Sad Head Hot Weather Blues
02 :48
03
Big Maybelle I've Got A Feeling
02 :58
04 02 :15
05 02 :45
06
Jack Tucker Crazy Do
02 :18
07
Little Arthur Matthews I'm Gonna Whale On You
02 :09
08 02 :28
09 02 :04
10
Frances Burr I Say No, No More
02 :27
11
Mike Robinson Lula
02 :22
12
Big Tiny Kennedy Country Boy
02 :22
13
Little Esther Hound Dog
02 :36
14 02 :33
15
Otis Blackwell Let The Daddy Hold You
02 :21
16
Eunice Davis Get Your Enjoy's
02 :36
17
Marga Benitez Geechie Goomie
02 :25
18
Vernon Dilworth Shorty
02 :23
19
Terry Timmons Got Nobody To Love
02 :41
20
Jeannie Barnes Can't Get You Off My Mind
02 :46
21
Arthur Griswold Pretty Mama Blues
02 :16
22 02 :17
ARTIST
TITLE
Jukebox Jam!: Blues And Rhythm Revue
FORMAT
2LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 045LP JMAN 045LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/20/2011

2016 repress on vinyl. 2LP version. Includes a fold-out booklet inside and a free color Jukebox Jam poster. Jazzman presents a whole load of raucous, rollicking and rambunctious '50s/'60s RnB bangers, blues boppers, jukebox faves and rompin', stompin' RnB dancers. The Jukebox Jam club night began in Summer 2007 as a monthly celebration of the authentic U.S. rhythm & blues of yesteryear. Two years later, the club's founder Liam Large linked up with Jazzman to release high-quality, short-run 7" singles of the often obscure R&B music which the club continues to thrive on. Jazzman had already carved a niche for itself with the label's many soul, funk n' jazz 45s, but here was the opportunity to work a new furrow in vintage Black American music, turning an already clued-up and tuned-in client base of hipsters, diggers and full-on record nerds onto the seemingly endless charms of rockin' blues, greasy RnB, jump blues and popcorn. Just as the Jukebox Jam club itself saw a fair few copycat enterprises spring forward in its wake, the label itself has been similarly influential in shaping the tastes of those who were yet to be introduced to the vast RnB reservoir, as well as sharpening and widening the palettes of the more journeyed enthusiast. This is due largely to the careful selection and programming of releases. Not merely picking the records with the most obvious crowd potential, the Jukebox Jam releases have often traded liberally in the unexpected and the unique. This album is the first full-length volume in the series. Founder and DJ Liam Large pulls together some selections from the 45 series and adds a further 8 songs. It's a set which manages to be both diverse and yet totally coherent in spectrum.