Real Gone Jive' (Atomicat ACCD018) continues our journey through hillbilly music culture with an exploration of the tunes which laid the groundwork for the transformation in the music industry, country boogie through to the changing direction of the hillbilly genre. The aim of these albums is to; entertain, introduce people to the various styles of Hillbilly, Western Swing Country Honky Tonk music. The albums in this series will focus on tunes with a dance tempo, include some snappy foot tapping ditties and include one or two instrumentals to vary the sound. These are albums compiled by rocking people, for rocking people and one man's jive is another man's bop, and the music is here to be played not strictly categorised 'Real Gone Jive' is predominately western swing and country boogie, with a little old time Appalachian music through to the changing style of country music. The featured honky-tonk stompers come from; Hank Penny, Bill Haley, Tex Williams, we hear a story of breaking the law from Billy Hughes and Chuck Bowers sings about life on the country farm, Grayson and Whitter are the earliest track from 1928. The country cuties who grace 'Real Gone Jive' are; Ella Mae Morse, the Nettle Sisters, Anita Carter, and Wanda Jackson. This 'Atomicat' album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, 28 songs, mastered for the best possible sound available. The disc is housed in an attractively constructed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs.
Real Gone Jive' (Atomicat ACCD018) continues our journey through hillbilly music culture with an exploration of the tunes which laid the groundwork for the transformation in the music industry, country boogie through to the changing direction of the hillbilly genre. The aim of these albums is to; entertain, introduce people to the various styles of Hillbilly, Western Swing Country Honky Tonk music. The albums in this series will focus on tunes with a dance tempo, include some snappy foot tapping ditties and include one or two instrumentals to vary the sound. These are albums compiled by rocking people, for rocking people and one man's jive is another man's bop, and the music is here to be played not strictly categorised 'Real Gone Jive' is predominately western swing and country boogie, with a little old time Appalachian music through to the changing style of country music. The featured honky-tonk stompers come from; Hank Penny, Bill Haley, Tex Williams, we hear a story of breaking the law from Billy Hughes and Chuck Bowers sings about life on the country farm, Grayson and Whitter are the earliest track from 1928. The country cuties who grace 'Real Gone Jive' are; Ella Mae Morse, the Nettle Sisters, Anita Carter, and Wanda Jackson. This 'Atomicat' album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, 28 songs, mastered for the best possible sound available. The disc is housed in an attractively constructed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs.
4260072725348

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Format: CD
Label: ATOMICAT
Rel. Date: 04/10/2020
UPC: 4260072725348

Real Gone Jive / Various
Artist: Real Gone Jive / Various
Format: CD
New: in stock 12.99
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DISC: 1

1. Shorty Cross and His Arizona Riders vocal Mack Sullivan - Oakie Boogie
2. Hank Penny - Talkin' About You
3. Billy Jack Wills and His Western Swing Band - Mr Cotton Picker
4. Ella Mae Morse - Tennessee Saturday Night
5. Eddie Noack - Oh Lonesome Me
6. Tex Williams And His Western Caravan - The Leaf Of Love
7. Lefty Frizzell - You're Humbuggin' Me
8. Grayson And Whitter - Train Forty-Five
9. Bob Newman - Haulin' Freight 1
10. Billy Hughes - Cocaine Blues 1
11. Buchanan Brothers - High Tempered Mama 1
12. Bill Mounce and Sons of the South - Kickin' It Off 1
13. Sheb Wooley - Freight Train Cinders In My Eyes 1
14. Nettle Sisters with The Rodeo Tune Wranglers - Real Gone Jive 1
15. Bob Newman - Baby Take Me Home With You 1
16. Village Boys - Boogie Woogie In The Village 1
17. Bill Haley ; His Comets - Sundown Boogie 1
18. Ella Mae Morse - Get Off It And Go 1
19. Charlie Adams ; The Lone Star Playboys - I'm Gonna Put My Foot Down 2
20. Melvin Endsley - Oh, Yeah Baby 2
21. Merle Travis with Cowboy Band - Cincinnati Lou 2
22. Wade Ray with Noel Boggs - It's All Your Fault 2
23. Spade Cooley ; His Band - Boggs Boogie 2
24. Big Jeff ; The Radio Playboys - Juke Box Boogie 2
25. Anita Carter - I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven 2
26. Chuck Bowers - Pig Pen Boogie 2
27. Curley Williams ; His Georgia Peach Pickers - Texas Swing 2
28. Curley Williams ; His Georgia - Peach Pickers Texas Swing 2
29. Wanda Jackson - ou Bug Me Bad 3
30. Wanda Jackson - You Bug Me Bad

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Real Gone Jive' (Atomicat ACCD018) continues our journey through hillbilly music culture with an exploration of the tunes which laid the groundwork for the transformation in the music industry, country boogie through to the changing direction of the hillbilly genre. The aim of these albums is to; entertain, introduce people to the various styles of Hillbilly, Western Swing Country Honky Tonk music. The albums in this series will focus on tunes with a dance tempo, include some snappy foot tapping ditties and include one or two instrumentals to vary the sound. These are albums compiled by rocking people, for rocking people and one man's jive is another man's bop, and the music is here to be played not strictly categorised 'Real Gone Jive' is predominately western swing and country boogie, with a little old time Appalachian music through to the changing style of country music. The featured honky-tonk stompers come from; Hank Penny, Bill Haley, Tex Williams, we hear a story of breaking the law from Billy Hughes and Chuck Bowers sings about life on the country farm, Grayson and Whitter are the earliest track from 1928. The country cuties who grace 'Real Gone Jive' are; Ella Mae Morse, the Nettle Sisters, Anita Carter, and Wanda Jackson. This 'Atomicat' album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, 28 songs, mastered for the best possible sound available. The disc is housed in an attractively constructed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs.