Mickie Most - Shivering With Cold: The Jo'burg Years (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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Shivering With Cold: The Jo'burg Years (Uk)
Artist: Mickie Most
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 01/20/2023
UPC: 604988117226

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1. Sea Cruise
2. Apron Strings
3. You Gotta Learn Your Rhythm ; Blues
4. Shivering with Cold
5. Johnny B Goode
6. Think It Over
7. I Dig You Baby
8. "D" in Love
9. That's What You Do to Me
10. Paralyzed
11. Corrine Corrina
12. I'm in Love Again
13. Willie ; the Hand Jive
14. You've Got Love
15. Peggy Sue
16. Rip It Up
17. What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me for
18. Great Balls of Fire
19. Sweet Little Sixteen
20. I Shall Not Be Moved
21. Bony Moronie
22. Reelin' and A-Rockin'
23. Tom Dooley
24. Shake, Rattle ; Roll
25. Rave on
26. Greenback Dollar
27. Down By the Riverside
28. Heartbeat
29. Apache
30. Guitar Boogie Shuffle
31. The Twist
32. Whole Lotta Twistin' Goin' on
33. Move It
34. Blue Moon
35. Cumberland Gap
36. Green Corn

More Info:

Long before he evolved into Britain's most successful record producer, in the mid-1960s, Mickie Most was a wannabe Brit Pop star. However, after failing to make it in the UK he went to Johannesburg, where he instead became South Africa's first R&R star. Between 1959 and 1962 he recorded a dozen or so singles, a couple of EPs and a trio of LPs, which were all huge sellers. Virtually everything he and his backing group The Playboys recorded was a cover of a US or UK R&R hit, all of which was self-produced. This compilation presents a 36-track snapshot of Mickie's South African adventures, including his local hit versions of 'Johnny B Goode', 'Think It Over', '"D" In Love', 'That's What You Do To Me' and 'Sweet Little Sixteen'. A legendary body of work, this material has hitherto been impossible to find in the UK.