Keb Darge & Little Edith’s Legendary Rockin’ R&B series sets out to expose lesser known or forgotten lights of R&B music from the 50’s and 60’s.
The scene in the UK is currently the fastest growing underground club scene. Several funk Djs are switching from the 70’s sound to the earlier 50’s and 60’s rawer sounds.
This summer events like Wayne Hemmingway’s Vintage Festival are going to expose this music to hundreds of thousands of listeners.
Keb Darge is always ahead of the curve of the tastemakers in this growing “new” scene.
A1. Harold Jackson & The Jackson Brothers - The Freedom Riders
A2. Teddy (Mr Bear) McRae & His Orchestra - Hi’ Fi’ Baby
A3. Frank De Rosa & His D Man - Irish Rock
A4. Junior Wells - Lovey Dovey Lovey One
A5. Marie Knight with Teacho Wiltshire Orchestra - I Thought I Told You Not To Tell Them
B1. Little Ike with Jimmy Beck & Orchestra - She Can Rock
B2. Artie Wilson - Tarzan
B3. K. C. Mojo Watson - Love Blood Hound
B4. Bill Johnson - You Better Dig It
B5. The Willows - Don't Push Don't Pull Don't Shove
C1. The Electras - Little Girl Of Mine
C2. The Egyptians - Flipping Their Top
C3. The Mariners - Zindy Lou
C4. The Kinglets featuring Leroy Thomas - Pretty Please
C5. Johnny Guitar Watson - The Bear
D1. The Titans - No Time
D2. The Rays - Zimba Lulu
D3. The Cyclones - Cool Joe
D4. Big Maybelle - That's A Pretty good Love
D5. Lonesome Lee - Lonely Travelin'
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