On The Dancefloor With A Twist Again: 23 / Various - On The Dancefloor With A Twist Again: 23 / Various | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Louis Prima with Sam Butera ; the Witnesses - Better Twist Now Baby
2. Keely Smith - Twistin' the Night Away
3. Wild Jimmy Spruill - Scratch'n Twist
4. Linda Hopkins - Mama's Doin' the Twist
5. Darron Lee - Everybody's Twisting
6. Billy Adams - Memphis Twist
7. Phil Baugh - Bumble Twist
8. Chuck Dallis - Moon Twist
9. Hank Ballard ; the Midniters - Do You Know How to Twist
10. The Isley Brothers - Twist and Shout
11. Clay Cole - Twist Around the Clock
12. Howie Casey ; the Seniors - Twist at the Top
13. Tony Sheridan ; the Beat Brothers - Let's Twist Again
14. The Marvelettes - Twistin' Postman
15. Smokey Smothers - Twist with Me Annie
16. The Sprouts - Twisting on Bandstand
17. Dick Dale ; the Del-Tones - Miserlou Twist
18. Connie Francis - Mr. Twister
19. Hank Ballard ; the Midniters - Miss Twister
20. The Cajun Trio - Cajun Twist
21. Freddy King - the Bossa Nova Watusi Twist
22. Paul Livert ; the Lions - Chicken Twist -Part II
23. Robby Lawrence - the Twist to End All Twists

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EU collection. Last year's On The Dancefloor With a Twist compilation was so much fun that it's time for round two! It's another jam-packed tribute to the dance sensation that swept the globe during the early '60s, containing 23 more workouts that'll have you lacing your Twist shoes up tight. Naturally, the originators of The Twist, Hank Ballard and The Midnighters, are liberally represented with two more stellar examples of their historic invention (Do You Know How To Twist and Mr. Twister). The Isley Brothers' classic Twist And Shout and The Marvelettes' Twistin' Postman are here as well. But plenty of singers not usually associated with dance also turn up, including Louis Prima and his deadpan distaff partner Keely Smith, Connie Francis, Linda Hopkins, and Billy Riley (as Darron Lee). Guitar wizards Dick Dale, Wild Jimmy Spruill, and Phil Baugh peel off red-hot licks in service of their Twist instrumentals; even Chicago bluesmen Freddy King and Smokey Smothers jumped into the craze. Included too is the second half of Paul Livert & The Lions' epic Chicken Twist, which took up the entirety of Side 2 of their 1962 album.