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1. Annie's Mambo - T.N.T. Tribble
2. Cozy's Mambo - Cozy Cole
3. Mambo Blues - Cherokee ; Band
4. The Crazy Mambo - Classie Ballou
5. Early Morning Mambo - Billy Taylor Trio
6. Hamp's Mambo - Lionel Hampton
7. I Just Wanna Mambo - Linda Hayes
8. Night Train Mambo - Jimmy Forrest
9. Night Train Mambo - J.J. Jones
10. Mambo Train - The Miracletones
11. Perdido Mambo - Larry Liggett
12. Showboat Mambo - Tiny Grimes
13. Peter Gunn Mambo - Jack Costanzo
14. Robin's Mambo - Tony Martinez
15. We Want to See Santa Mambo - Big John Greer
16. Mambo Blues - Buddy Lucas
17. Guitar Mambo - Mickey Baker
18. Mambo Baby - Edna McGriff
19. Mambo Indio - Shake Keane
20. Johnny Comes Marching Mambo - Manny Duran
21. Real Gone Mambo - Bill Doggett
22. Mambo Beat - Walter Ward
23. Blues 'n' Mambo - Chuck Higgins
24. Mambo With Moody - James Moody
25. Bo Mambo - Yma Sumac
26. South Parkway Mambo - The Bop-A-Loos
27. Goza Mi Mambo - Arcano
28. Cuban Mambo - Pérez Prado
29. Mambo Blues - Nat Brooks
30. Jackie Mambo - Choker Campbell
31. Big Joe Mambo - Fay Simmons
32. Helena Mambo - Rollee McGill
33. Hi-Beam Mambo - Charlie Ferguson
34. After Hours Mambo - J.J. Jones
35. Mambo Jungle - Mel Gray
36. Blues King Mambo - Harmonica `Harris
37. Mambo Baby - Dolly Wade
38. Guitarambo - Mickey Baker
39. Filatone's Mambo - Lawrence Peel
40. Mambo - Classie Ballou
41. Mambo Blues - Robert Banks
42. Mamboogie - Sonny Burke
43. Mambino - Kid King
44. Sandman Mambo - Chris Powell
45. Clock Mambo - Esther Sutherland
46. Mambo's Got the Blues - Vin Strong
47. Mambo Twist - Chaz + 2
48. Don't Teach Me To Mambo - Paul Williams
49. Slide's Mambo - Buddy Johnson
50. T-Town Mambo - Ernie Fields
51. Mambo Arribique - Otis Freeman
52. Mambo Daddy - The Celebrities
53. St Louis Blues Mambo - Ellie Russell
54. Mambo Baby - The Five Tinos
55. Junior's Mambo - Larry Liggett
56. Avalon Mambo - Gene Casey
57. Dragnet Mambo - Carlos Molina
58. Lucky Mambo - Juan Toradez
59. Judo Mambo - Jimmy Smith
60. Mambo Holiday - Joe Holiday
61. That's Your Last Boogie - Joe Swift
62. T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker
63. Rhumba Blues - Skeets Tolbert
64. Blues After Hours - Pee Wee Crayton
65. Fat Meat 'n' Greens - Edgar Hayes
66. Mambo Boogie - Johnny Otis Orchestra
67. Back Home Blues - Lowell Fulson
68. Cuba Doll - Lloyd Glenn
69. Heartbreaker - Ray Charles
70. Hound Dog - Big Mama Thornton
71. Woke Up This Morning - B.B. King
72. Hey Now Baby - Professor Longhair
73. Country Boy - Dave Bartholomew
74. Bon Ton Roula - Clarence Garlow
75. Jock-O-Mo - Sugar Boy Crawford
76. Mardi Gras In New Orleans - Fats Domino
77. Tell Me Pretty Baby - Lloyd Price
78. Hey Little Girl - Billy Wright
79. Banana Split - Kid King's Combo
80. Early In The Morning - Louis Jordan
81. I Come From Jamaica - Chris Powell's Five Blue Flames
82. Blues Mambo - Sonny Thompson
83. My Baby's Gone - The Ray-O-Vacs
84. Roll And Rumba - Jimmy Reed
85. I Can't Be Satisfied - Muddy Waters
86. Mexican Reminiscences - Champion Jack Dupree
87. Lazy Lester - I'm A Lover Not A Fighter
88. Slim Harpo - Got Love If You Want It
89. Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working
90. Dale Hawkins - Susie Q
91. Wynona Carr - Jump Jack, Jump!
92. Guitar Junior - The Crawl
93. Big "T" Tyler - King Kong
94. André Williams - The Greasy Chicken
95. Art Neville - Arabian Love Call
96. Bobby Freeman - Do You Wanna Dance
97. B.B. King - Ruby Lee
98. Tommy Ridgley - When I Meet My Girl
99. Fats Domino - I'm Walking
100. Paul Gayten - For You My Love
101. Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues
102. Richard Berry - Louie, Louie
103. Charles Sheffield - Wicked Old Fever
104. Bill Doggett - Ram Bunk Shush
105. Smokey Hogg - Good Mornin' Baby
106. Otis Rush - All Your Love
107. Champion Jack Dupree - The Wrong Woman
108. Screamin' Jay Hawkins - Frenzy
109. Bo Diddley - Hush Your Mouth
110. Larry Williams - Bad Boy
111. Leonard Carbo - Pig Tails And Ribbons
112. Eddie Lang - She's Mine All Mine
113. Screamin' Joe Neal - Tell Me Pretty Baby
114. The Champs - Tequila
115. Lavern Baker - It's So Fine
116. Albert Collins - The Freeze
117. Memphis Slim - Guitar Cha Cha Cha
118. Harry Belafonte - Star - O
119. Ray Charles - What'd I Say (Pt 1)
120. Texas Ray - Mary Ann
121. Arthur Alexander - Girl That Radiates Charm
122. Junior Wells - Messin' With The Kid
123. Willie Jones - Where's My Money
124. Little Willie John - Heartbreak
125. Link Wray - Raw - Hide
126. James Brown - And I Do Just What I Want
127. Davey Cortez - Hurricane
128. Ruth Brown - I Don't Know
129. The Coasters - Poison Ivy
130. Teddy Randazzo - Let The Sunshine In
131. Curtis Knight - Voodoo Woman
132. Tal Miller - Only Sixteen
133. Renaldo Jackson - Congolese Tip
134. The Orioles - Hey Little Woman
135. Barrett Strong - You Know What To Do
136. Charles Brown - Educated Fool
137. The Isley Brothers - St Louis Blues
138. Cozy Cole - Topsy Pt 2
139. Bobby Hebb - Night Train To Memphis
140. Andre Williams - Shoo - Doo
141. Phil Upchurch - Cha Cha Cha Blues
142. Buddy Guy - Gully Hully
143. Louis Brooks - Frisco
144. The Olympics - Well
145. Ford Eaglin - Yours Truly
146. Chuck Berry - Mad Lad
147. Gary U.S. Bonds - I Wanna Holler
148. Huey Piano Smith - We Like Birdland

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Latin rhythms have infiltrated every branch of popular music, but none has had such a wide ranging influence as the rumba. It is this rhythm, combined with the New Orleans second line beat, that formed the basis of the Stax and Motown sound and the more complex rhythms of funk in the 1960s. But where would rock be without the cha-cha-cha? Think Respect, Satisfaction, Wild Thing... The mambo was born in Cuba in 1938, of African and European parentage but 1954 was the year of the mambo dance craze as record companies encouraged their R&B artists to come up with songs in a Latin vein and to include the word mambo in the title. The samba was next. It is the spring in the beat and the almost imperceptible skip at the end of each measure that differentiate it from Cuban rhythms. The repetitive riff making over a groove so beloved of 60's and 70's rock springs not from the blues but from Latin song-form and the vamps and montunos found in samba and mambo. What we present here in this collection are 150 songs from artists such as T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Chuck Berry and Ray Charles, all recorded between 1948 and 1962 spread over 5 CDs with 72 pages of illustrations, annotated notes and discographical details.