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B4 Atco Recorded February 4, 1956 B5 Atlantic Recorded February 28, 1957 B6 Atco Recorded January 11, 1956. Has a round sticker on the front "ΔΙΣΚΟΣ WEA ΕΙΣΑΓΩΓΗΣ ΣΕ "ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΗ" ΤΙΜΗ" (DISC WEA IMPORT IN "GREEK" PRICE).

Rhythm and Blues - RnB. A-Z Rhythm and Blues. Vinyl Rhythm and Blues. Album titlle: Atlantic History Of R&B Vocal Groups (LP). Customer evaluation for "Atlantic History Of R&B Vocal Groups (LP)". From: Carmine On: 4 Jan 2019.

The Performances Included In This Album Represent A Cross Section Of The Vocal Groups Recording For Atlantic During The R&B Exploration Of The Mid-Fifties . These Songs Tell of A Wonderful Time In American Culture When Simplicity, Innocence, And Romance Were Feelings That Were Not Only Accepted, But Worshiped. Tim Hauser, Liner Notes. Artist: Drifters, Sensations, Chords, Cardinals, Others Title: Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups Genre: Soul Type: New - LP Label: Cat Catalog ID: 90132-1 Country: USA Our ID: 133662.

The History of Doo-Wop & Rhythm & Blues Vocal Groups, 2015.

Atlantic Records has ridden musical trends since the late '40s; these seven CDs chronicle the first 28 years of the label's work in black pop, during which artists such as Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, and Otis Redding oversaw the creation and flowering of soul music. Also included are classic tracks by the Drifters, Wilson Pickett, Ruth Brown, the Coasters, Sam & Dave, and many others who walk through the dreams of R&B and rock & roll fans. The box set is durable and the book inside that details the singers/groups and their music and influence is excellent and is well written. Now you know where Casey Kasem got some of his info on his radio shows. See and discover other items: the history of rhythm.

atlantic rhythm and blues 1947-74 vinyl. Mint condition records 2 LP In each jacket 7 double albums. History of Rhythm and Blues 1953-55 Atlantic. ATLANTIC RHYTHM AND BLUES vol. 4 LP ATLANTIC 7 81296-1-F. 4 1958-1962. Two-record set on Atlantic, cat. 81296-1-F. In gatefold jacket in excellent condition. unless otherwise noted. Atlantic Rhythm And Blues-Volume 7 81298-1-F-NM SEALED. VTG LOT VINYL RECORD ALBUM LP Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vo. (1947-1974).

As Handyside states Rhythm and Blues vocal groups or doo wop groups, were becoming more and more popular. It was called Doo wop because of the nonsense syllables the vocalists would often use. It featured close harmony singing at slower tempos. In the late 1980s rap’s controversial subgenres, gangsta rap raised with the debut album Straight Outta Compton. Encarta) Machlis and Forney states gangsta rap of the 1990s has further disseminated the style through graphic descriptions of inner city realities. The violent shooting deaths of Tupac Shakur in 1996 and Notorious . G in 1997, has highlighted the violence associated with this musical style.

Rhythm and blues, commonly abbreviated as R&B, is a genre of popular music that originated in African American communities in the 1940s. The term was originally used by record companies to describe recordings marketed predominantly to urban African Americans, at a time when "urbane, rocking, jazz based music with a heavy, insistent beat" was becoming more popular.

The sale of Atlantic Records activated a clause in the distribution agreement with Stax Records calling for renegotiation of the distribution deal and at this point the Stax partners discovered that the deal gave Atlantic ownership of all the Stax recordings Atlantic distributed. The trio was formed following a chance meeting between members of three leading 1960s pop groups – Stephen Stills, David Crosby of The Byrds and Graham Nash of The Hollies.

The combination of rhythm and blues brought forth the manifestation of particular emotions by the singer or lead instrument in reflections of the very melodic and soulful "blues" with an accompaniment of "rhythmic" concentration and force. 1 Cultural Background. As this vocal method grew in the United States, it evolved to a solo presentation and answer rather than using the many voices needed for the earlier "call" and "response" folk songs. Through all of this musical diversity, rhythm and blues has become one of the great musical achievements in American music. The term was coined as a musical marketing term in the United States in 1949 by Jerry Wexler at Billboard magazine. In its first manifestation, rhythm and blues was one of the predecessors to rock and roll. It was strongly influenced by jazz, jump blues and black gospel music. It also influenced jazz in return.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Chords Sh Boom
Written-By – Carl Feaster, Claude Feaster, F. McRae*, J. Keyes*, J. Edwards*
2:23
A2 The Cardinals Come Back My Love
Written-By – Bobby Mansfield
2:25
A3 The Clovers Devil Or Angel
Written-By – Blanche Carter
2:24
A4 The Royal Jokers She's Mine All Mine
Written-By – Al Green , Willie Jones
2:26
A5 The Drifters Adorable
Written-By – Buck Ram
2:40
A6 The Robins Smokey Joe's Cafe
Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller*
2:45
B1 The Drifters Ruby Baby
Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller*
2:25
B2 The Drifters Fools Fall In Love
Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller*
2:30
B3 The Sensations Featuring Yvonne Mills Yes Sir That's My Baby
Written-By – Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson
2:45
B4 The Sensations Featuring Yvonne Mills Please Mr. Disc Jockey
Written-By – Billy Dawn Smith, William H. Miller*
2:19
B5 The Bobbettes Mr. Lee
Written-By – E. Pought*, Dixon*, Gathers*, J. Pought*, Webb*
2:13
B6 The Coasters Down In Mexico
Written-By – Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller*
3:14

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA International Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Manufactured By – WEA Record & Tape Distributors Pty. Limited

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Lynn Dreese Breslin
  • Compiled By, Liner Notes – Tim Hauser

Notes

A1 Cat #104 Recorded March 15, 1954.
A2 Atlantic #1067 Recorded December 13, 1956.
A3 Atlantic #1083 Recorded November 10, 1955.
A4 Atco #6077 Recorded July 9, 1956.
A5 Atlantic #1078 Recorded September 19, 1955.
A6 Atco #6059 Recorded September 28, 1955.
B1 Atlantic #1089 Recorded September 19, 1955.
B2 Atlantic #1123 Recorded November 8, 1956.
B3 Atco #6056 Recorded July 29, 1955.
B4 Atco #6067 Recorded February 4, 1956
B5 Atlantic #1144 Recorded February 28, 1957
B6 Atco #6064 Recorded January 11, 1956

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7 90132-1, 90132-1 Various Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups ‎(LP, Comp, Spe) Cat , Cat 7 90132-1, 90132-1 US 1983
7 90132-1, ST-A-835352 Various Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups ‎(LP, Comp) Cat , Atlantic 7 90132-1, ST-A-835352 Canada 1983
7 90132-1 Various Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups ‎(LP, Comp) Cat 7 90132-1 New Zealand 1983
ST-A-835352 Various Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups ‎(LP, Comp, TP) Atlantic ST-A-835352 US 1983
79 0132-1 Various Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups ‎(LP, Comp) Cat 79 0132-1 Italy 1983


Various - Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups FLAC album
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