Larry Darnell - I'll Get Along Somehow: 1949-1957 (Uk) | RECORD STORE DAY

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I'll Get Along Somehow: 1949-1957 (Uk)
Artist: Larry Darnell
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 604988326727

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1. For You My Love
2. I'll Get Along Somehow (Part One)
3. I'll Get Along Somehow (Part Two)
4. Lost My Baby
5. Pack Your Rags and Go
6. Don't Go, Don't Go
7. I Love My Baby
8. Sundown
9. My Kind of Baby
10. Oh, Babe!
11. Christmas Blues
12. Why Did You Say Goodbye
13. Do You Love Me, Baby
14. Sad and Lonesome
15. Darlin'
16. Work Baby Work
17. Left My Baby
18. Boogie-Oogie
19. I'll Be Sittin', I'll Be Rockin'
20. Singin' My Blues
21. Better Be on My Way
22. No Time at All
23. What More Do You Want Me to Do
24. Give Me Your Love
25. Who Showed My Baby How to Love Me
26. Ramblin' Man
27. Fing Fang Foy
28. Just Tell Me When
29. It Must Be Love

More Info:

Larry Darnell was a huge but now-forgotten star of black music and was an important component of the sound that became New Orleans R&B in the 1950s. Six Billboard Top Ten hits during 1949-50, including "For You My Love" (No. 1 for eight weeks in 1949 in both the Jukebox and Best Seller charts), "I'll Get Along Somehow" (No. 2 in 1950), "I Love My Baby" (No. 4 in 1950) and "Oh, Babe!" (No. 5 in 1950). All included here. This compilation collates the very best of Darnell's slow blues and up-tempo jump recordings.