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1. Dee Dee Warwick - You're No Good
2. Fontella Bass - My Good Loving
3. Baby Washington - Moneys Funny
4. Odessa Harris - a Rockin' Good Way
5. Nellie Rutherford - Laughing at Me
6. Lulu Reed - Rock Love
7. Hadda Brooks - Jump Back Honey
8. Jay Duvalle - Ain't I a Mess
9. Jeanette Baker - Crazy with You
10. Huey and Jerry - I Think You're Jiving Me
11. Dolores Gibson (Richard Lewis Band) - Call Me, Call Me, Call Me
12. Mabel Scott - Disgusted
13. Priscilla Bowman - Sugar Daddy
14. Delores Maxwell - My Man
15. Rose Marie McCoy - Down Here
16. Shirley Gunter with Maxwell Davis Orchestra - Found Some Good Lovin'
17. Joan Shaw - Rock My Soul
18. Gene and Ruth - If and When It Happens
19. The Valentines - Yes You Made It That Way
20. Ada Ray - Oh, Come Back, Baby
21. Rita Zell - I Dont Understand You No More
22. The Teen Queens - Rock Everybody
23. The Hearts - Talk About Him, Girlie
24. Sherry Taylor and Singin Sammy - Ward Oh Lover
25. Yvonne Fair ; James Brown - Band I Found You

More Info:

"Some girls are giving love, Rock Love, and others are losing their love, yet still they rock with style." The golden years are again strongly represented in Rock And Roll Vixens 5 (KM-CD-120) the girls have quality songs, quality bands behind them, and perform songs of quality, with assistance from a couple of males. The album is a mixed bag of emotions beginning with the earliest recording are, 1950 Maybell Scott, 1951 Joan Shaw, Hadda Brooks 1952, Dolores Gibson Rose Marie McCoy 1954 and 1955 Lulu Reed 1955. Jumping forward into the mid-1950s the girls, Jay Duvalle, Jeanette Baker, Priscilla Bowman, The Teen Queens, and others are shaking their hips and gyrating around the stage with Rock 'n' Roll vigor. The 1960s found again new and established artists Dee Dee Sharp, Fontella Bass, Odessa Harris, Rita Zell keeping the previous decades' music in the public's mind and ears. As always there is more to discover on the album. Our albums have; stunning designs, the songs are remastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively designed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. You are listening to music from the past and preserving the future!