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Various Artists: Boppin' by the Bayou

Track List

>Tag Along - Tommy Todd
>Kiss Me Baby - Al Ferrier
>She's Mine - Johnny Jano
>Linda Gail - Rod Bernard & the Twisters
>Laura Lee - Jolly Rockers/Gil Giroy
>My Need for Love - Jivin' Gene
>Watch My Smoke - Blue Notes/Vince Anthony
>Too High Class - Bonnie Fussell & Jives
>Indian Rock 'N' Roll - Al Ferrier (previously unreleased, take)
>Wild Man Rock - Hunter Watts & His Southern Pals
>Keep Your Hands Off It - Lawrence Walker
>That's All Right Mama - Nathan Abshire & the Pinegrove Boys (previously unreleased)
>Feel So Good - Bill & Carroll/Neches Valley Boys
>Some Other Time - Arnold Broussard (previously unreleased)
>Just You Wait and See - Ronnie Bennett
>All Night in Jail - Rod Bernard & the Twisters
>Kansas City - Warren Storm (previously unreleased)
>Don't Say No - Nathan & the Sparks
>I Got a Great Big Love - Tommy Todd (previously unreleased)
>Big Cloud, Pt. 1 - Jay Chevalier/Long Shots
>Release Me - Rocket Morgan (previously unreleased)
>Rattlesnake - Rusty & Doug/Wiley Barkdull (previously unreleased)
>I'd Made a Good Man for You - Johnny Jano (previously unreleased)
>I'm in Love with You - Jivin' Gene (previously unreleased)
>Little Bitty Mama - Rod Bernard & the Twisters
>I'll Be There - Tommy Todd (previously unreleased)
>Boogie Children/Walking with Frankie - The Playboys
>Tag Along - Rocket Morgan (previously unreleased)

Album Notes

Liner Note Author: Ian Saddler.

Photographer: Johnnie Allan.

Pop music changed forever after Elvis Presley emerged as a huge star in the 1950s, and rock & roll suddenly found itself on the map as a vibrant and commercially viable music style. Already a blend of blues, country, jump blues, and R&B, rock & roll took on even more spice in the state of Louisiana, which naturally tossed in a distinctive bayou flavor. This set collects rare '50s rock & roll sides from several Louisiana labels, including the Zynn, Rocko, Flyright, Jin, Hilton, Hammond, Swallow, Speedy, Goldband, and Jewel imprints, among others, along with several distinctive Jay D. Miller productions, many of which appear on disc here for the first time. ~ Steve Leggett


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