Rhythm & Western Vol.7 Jambalaya / Various - Rhythm & Western Vol.7 Jambalaya / Various | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Nat King Cole - Wolverton Mountain
2. Screaming Jay Hawkins - Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle
3. Amos Milburn - Square Dance Boogie
4. Baby Washington - Deep Down Love
5. Bobby 'Blue' Bland - Close to You
6. Titus Turner - Jambalaya
7. Johnny Thunder - Don't Be Ashamed
8. Rosco Gordon - Sally Jo
9. Little Willie John - a Little Bit of Loving
10. Young Jessie - Do You Love Me
11. Washboard Sam - Crazy About Nancy Jane
12. Piano Red - Big Rock Joe from Kokomo
13. Maxwell Davis - Hey, Good Lookin'
14. Ray Sharpe - the Bus Song
15. Solomon Burke - I Almost Lost My Mind
16. Lou Rawls - Love Love Love
17. Joe Seneca - Rick-A-Chick
18. Sam ; Dave - Keep a Walkin'
19. Big Maybelle - Tell Me Who
20. Mickey ; Sylvia - There'll Be No Backin' Out
21. Rev Gatemouth Brown ; His Gospel Singers - Glory, Glory
22. Joe Tex - Wicked Woman
23. The Coasters - Along Came Jones
24. The Platters - Sixteen Tons
25. Brook Benton - Crazy in Love with You
26. Little Arthur Mathews - Hot Diggety Dog
27. Buster Brown - Raise a Ruckus Tonight
28. Percy Marshall - Leaving Town

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We're kicking off with Nat King Cole doing "Wolverton Mountain", a country music song and a big crossover hit that established Claude King's career as an American country singer-songwriter in 1962, then another version of the Gene Autry C&W classic "Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins this time. Amos Milburn turns square dance into boogie-woogie.