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Lincoln Chase I Love Your Many Ways
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02
Christine Chatman & Peppy Prince Orchestra Run Gal Run
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03
Chris Powell & His Five Blue Flames I Come from Jamaica
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04
Zilla Mays Calypso Blues
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05
Johnny Oliver All I Have Is You
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06
Chuck Edwards Morning Train
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07
Oscar Saldana Mambo Hop
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08
Jimmy Nolen Jimmy's Jive
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09
Four Blazes All Night Long
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10 01 :00
12
Camille Howard Within This Heart of Mine
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13
Ashton Savoy Denga Denga
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14
Freddie Mitchell & His Orchestra Later Gator
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15
Note & Toe & The Grenadiers I Got a Cold (Calypso)
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16
John McKinney & The Premiers Gee I Love You
01 :00
17 01 :00
18
Ron Rico & Sax Kari Orchestra Chano
01 :00
19
Don Tosti y su Conjunto Mambo Del Pachuco
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20
Billy Emerson Satisfied
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21
Frank Motley Wanda Landa Landa
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22
Red Saunders Summertime
00 :59
ARTIST
TITLE
Jukebox Mambo Vol. 2: Afro-Latin Accents in Rhythm & Blues 1947-61
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
JMAN 073CD JMAN 073CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
12/9/2014

Long-awaited follow-up to the original game-changing Jukebox Mambo set of sweltering, rumba-accented rhythm & blues. Two years in the making, this sequel ploughs deeper still into the revolutionary '40s and '50s Afro-American musical canon, pulling together another combustible collection of lascivious Latin-edged blues exotica. Issued with extensive biographical notes and exclusive photographs on CD and deluxe old style 2LP paste-on gatefold (with A3 size show poster inside), Jukebox Mambo Vol. 2 is likely to be as influential in setting tastes as its predecessor. Artists include: Lincoln Chase, Christine Chapman & Peppy Prince Orchestra, Chris Powell & His Five Blue Flames, Zilla Mays, Johnny Oliver, Chuck Edwards, Oscar Saldana, Jimmy Nolen, Four Blazes, Chanters, Jeanne DeMetz, Camille Howard, Ashton Savoy, Freddie Mitchell & His Orchestra, Note & Toe & The Grenadiers, John McKinney & The Premiers, T-Bone Walker, Ron Rico & Sax Kari Orchestra, Don Tosti y su Conjunto, Billy Emerson, Frank Motley, and Red Saunders.