Big Kornegay Bob - Your Line Was Busy - 28 Rockers, Blues & Ballads From The Mystery ManOf R&B | RECORD STORE DAY

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Your Line Was Busy - 28 Rockers, Blues & Ballads From The Mystery ManOf R&B
Artist: Big Kornegay Bob
Format: CD


Label: JSMR
Rel. Date: 11/13/2020
UPC: 604988317923

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1. Can't Understand It
2. This Is the Day
3. Take Me Baby
4. I Found Out (What You Do When You Go 'Round There)
5. Just Whisper
6. I'm Not Like I Used to Be
7. Give Me Some Consideration
8. Let Me Love, Love You
9. Stop Knockin' Rock 'N' Roll
10. Between You and Me and the Gatepost
11. Is It True
12. I Can't Believe
13. Bacon Fat
14. Bad Boy
15. I Wanna See My Lovin' Baby
16. Everything's Cool
17. The Man in the Phone Booth (Hello Baby)
18. The Man in the Phone Booth (Hello Mama)
19. Hocus Pocus Voo Doo
20. Come By Here
21. Stay with Me Baby
22. Humdinger
23. Two Old Sparrows
24. Whoa Bessie
25. At the House of Frankenstein
26. The Fiesta Rock'n Roll
27. Exposition Rock
28. Hey Mary Lou
29. What Am I
30. Your Line Was Busy

More Info:

There seems to be little or no biographical information about Bob Kornegay despite his presence in important vocal groups. He also had a solo career which despite never resulting in a chart hit included two very important recordings. "The Man in the Phone Booth" and the frantic rock & roll record "Your Line Was Busy" which are both on this new collection from the UKs premier reissue label Jasmine Records. This is the first time Big Bob Kornegay's music has been compiled together in one collection. It follows his career from the opening blues recordings to his appearances in various vocal groups such as The Ravens and The Du Droppers before a selection of solo rock & Roll numbers. This is an essential purchase for all collectors of brilliant but obscure r&b and r&r. Fully detailed liner notes including original reviews and news stories from Billboard Magazine.