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01
Wynonie Harris Tell a Whale of a Tale
02 :21
02
Bill Haley And His Comets Hawk
02 :26
03
Ernie Fields & Orch. Workin' Out
02 :13
04 02 :14
05
Titus Turner Hungry Man
02 :26
06
The Robins Truble
02 :27
07
Lavern Baker & Jimmy Ricks You're the Boss
02 :19
08
Bobby Blue Bland St. James Infirmary
02 :26
09 02 :32
10
Barbara McNair He's a King
02 :37
11 02 :33
12
Sylvie Mora Taboo
02 :21
13
Nina Simone The Gal from Joe's
02 :11
14
Big Maybelle Rain Down Rain
03 :06
15
Scatman Crothers Dead Man's Blues
03 :09
16
Dick Dixon & The Room Mates Caterpillar Crawl
02 :09
18
Andre Williams Mozelle
03 :16
19
Dee Irwin Anytime
01 :39
20
Jericho Brown Lonesome Drifter
02 :10
21
Pat Clayton I Said No
02 :30
22
Vernon Green & His Medallions A Lover's Prayer
02 :47
23
Wynona Carr Please Mr. Jailer
03 :03
24
Lorrie Collins Another Man Done Gone
02 :57
25
Bobby Rebel Valley of Tears
02 :40
26
Johnny Carroll Bandstand Doll
02 :10
27
Dick Penner Cindy Lou
02 :16
28
Santo & Johnny Summertime
02 :46
29
Lee Hazlewood With Duane Eddy And His Orchestra The Girl on Death Row
02 :50
30
Eddie Miller And His Band Ghost Town
03 :16
ARTIST
TITLE
Slow Grind Fever Volume 1 & 2
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
STAGO 051CD STAGO 051CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/5/2014

Being a part-time DJ whose favorite musical period is the decade between 1953 and 1963, one can dig forever in a bottomless pit of great, danceable, uptempo tunes. Even after years and years of bringing new and exciting tunes to light, there are still new finds every day that fill the dancefloors around the world for fans young and old. We're talking rhythm 'n blues and the phase in the early '60s when it morphed into soul (now called New Breed), as well as the genre that nowadays is labeled Popcorn -- a midtempo style with a high groove-factor that was created in Belgium (of all places). Of course, when filling the box for a DJ night, one selects the fast and highly danceable stuff and maybe a few slower tunes to send people home in the morning. The Slow Grind Fever series was created after stumbling on a clubnight in Australia via the internet: "Melbourne's only slow dance party, where they play the slowest, spookiest, sweetest records they can find, and folks dance real slow in a haze of smoke and dim red light." Well, what a concept! The Soundcloud-mixes the three DJs posted pretty quickly convinced the Stag-O-Lee chief that this was very exciting, and after a few mails with the guys who run the Melbourne night, the Slow Grind Fever series was born. Long may it run. This jewel-case CD with a 16-page booklet combines the limited edition vinyl LPs 1 + 2 in their entirety. A total of 30 tracks and 79:30 minutes of cool music.