Tiny Bradshaw - Jumpin Beat For The Hip Kids 1949-1955 (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY
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Jumpin Beat For The Hip Kids 1949-1955 (Uk)
Artist: Tiny Bradshaw
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/20/2023
UPC: 604988325225

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DISC: 1

1. Gravy Train
2. Boodie Green
3. Walkin' the Chalk Line
4. Walkin' the Chalk Line (Alt Take 5)
5. Well Oh Well
6. Butterfly
7. Breaking Up the House
8. If You Don't Love Me, Tell Me So
9. Walk That Mess
10. Snaggle Tooth Ruth
11. Bradshaw Boogie
12. Two Dry Bones on the Pantry Shelf
13. The Blues Came Pouring Down
14. I'm a Hi-Ballin' Daddy (Alt Take 3)
15. I'm a Hi-Ballin' Daddy (Alt Take 4)
16. Built Like a Railroad Track (Alt Take 2)
17. Built Like a Railroad Track (Alt Take 3)
18. T-99
19. The Train Kept A-Rollin'
20. Knockin' Blues
21. Soft
22. Strange
23. Hold on Josie
24. Powder Puff
25. Later (Alt Take)
26. Overflow
27. Spider Web
28. Cat Fruit
29. Pompton Turnpike

More Info:

A veteran of the Swing and Big Band eras of the 1930s, Tiny Bradshaw became one of the most popular R&B and Jump Jive bandleaders of the early 1950s. He clocked up a string of hit records on the King label, out of Cincinatti, with 'Well Oh Well', 'I'm Going To Have Myself A Ball', 'Walkin' The Chalk Line', 'Soft' and 'Heavy Juice' all making the R&B Top 10, the latter two numbers famously featuring Red Prysock on tenor sax. Elsewhere, sides like 'Gravy Train', 'Boodie Green', 'Breaking Up The House', 'Walk That Mess', 'T-99', and most notably Tiny's original version of 'The Train Kept A-Rollin' (a number which would eventually become more readily associated with the Johnny Burnette Trio, for their wild Rockabilly version), were huge regional and Juke Box hits.