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Various Artists Boogie Woogie Santa Claus An R&B Christmas

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Blues and R&B records about Christmas have been released since the earliest days of the record business. Nearly 100 years ago, Bessie Smith recorded At The Christmas Ball in 1925, and Blind Lemon Jefferson chimed in with Christmas Eve Blues in 1928. Pre-war bluesmen Bo Carter, Tampa Red, and Charlie Jordan came up with variations on the theme, and the often-ribald duo of Butterbeans & Susie checked in with Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree) in 1930. The postwar R&B generation spent even more time committing holiday fare to wax. Jumping combos turned out swinging odes to Kris Kringle, sang about romance under the old mistletoe, and spun double-entendre-loaded tales, the latter only permissible to play on the trusty Victrola after the kiddies were safely tucked away in their beds. This collection is sure to make your Christmas merrier. It ranges from the pioneering jump blues combos of Jimmy Liggins, Roy Milton, and Amos Milburn to grittier blues fare from Lowell Fulson, Cecil Gant and Charles Brown, to the straight-ahead rock and roll of Chuck Berry. Vocal groups are well represented with sweetly harmonized gems by The Five Keys, Drifters, and Orioles and peppier items by The Cadillacs, Moonglows, and Penguins. So on Christmas morning, when you and the family are unwrapping your presents in front of the tree, slide this compilation into your CD player and bask in the hip sounds of holidays long past. In the world of R&B, Santa was a bit livelier than his counterpart in pop or hillbilly music. So join Mabel Scott as she tells us about a Boogie Woogie Santa Claus. These 29 vintage tracks – some of them quite rare – are just what you need to rock around the Christmas tree. There's no better soundtrack for celebrating the holidays. TRACKS :

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Chuck Berry: Run Rudolph Run The Moonglows with Red Holloway's Orchestra: Hey Santa Claus Jimmy Liggins & His Drops Of Joy: I Want My Baby For Christmas Oscar McLollie & His Honey Jumpers: Dig That Crazy Santa Claus Jimmy Butler with Blues Express Orchestra: Trim Your Tree Cecil Gant: Hello Santa Claus Mabel Scott: Boogie Woogie Santa Claus Lowell Fulson: Lonesome Christmas Part 1 The Cadillacs: Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer Titus Turner: Christmas Morning The Penguins: Jingle Jangle Charles Brown: Christmas Finds Me Oh So Sad Jesse Thomas with Lloyd Glenn Combo: Christmas Celebration Amos Milburn & His Aladdin Chicken-Shackers: Let’s Make Christmas Merry, Baby The Drifters: White Christmas Jimmy McCracklin: Christmas Time Part 1 Huey 'Piano' Smith & the Clowns: Silent Night Chuck Berry: Merry Christmas Baby The Orioles: (It’s Gonna Be A) Lonely Christmas Big Bud: Rock Around The Christmas Tree Jimmy Witherspoon: How I Hate To See Xmas Come Around Roy Milton & His Solid Senders: Christmas Time Blues Solomon Burke: Christmas Presents Willie John & The Three Lads and A Lass: Mommy What Happened To Our Christmas Tree Alex Harvey & His Soul Band: The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot Little Willie Littlefield: Merry Xmas The Five Keys: It’s Christmas Time Johnny Moore’s Blazers with Frankie Ervin: Christmas Eve Baby The Harmony Grits: Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

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Richard Weize Archives Blues • R&B 29 (79:07 min.) 1-CD digipac • 72-page booklet

Weihnachtsplatten aus dem Blues- und R&B-Bereich gab es schon seit den Anfängen der Schallplattenindustrie. Vor fast 100 Jahren nahm Bessie Smith At The Christmas Ball auf (1925), gefolgt von Blind Lemon Jefferson mit Christmas Eve Blues (1928). Bluesmusiker aus der Vorkriegszeit wie Bo Carter, Tampa Red und Charlie Jordan präsentierten Variationen zu diesem Thema, und das oftmals zweideutige Duo Butterbeans & Susie folgten mit Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree) im Jahr 1930. Die R&B-Musiker der Nachkriegsära verbrachten sogar noch mehr Zeit damit, Weihnachtslieder auf Platte zu pressen. Swingende Blues Combos himmelten den Weihnachtsmann an, sangen über Romanzen unter dem Weihnachtsbaum und erzählten zweideutige Geschichten, die man auf dem Grammophon nur abspielen konnte, nachdem man die Kinder zu Bett gebracht hatte. Diese Zusammenstellung wird Ihr Weihnachtsfest bereichern – angefangen bei den bahnbrechenden Jump Blues Combos von Jimmy Liggins, Roy Milton und Amos Milburn über den rauheren Blues von Lowell Fulson, Cecil Gant und Charles Brown, bis zum geradlinigen Rock 'n' Roll von Chuck Berry. Für die Fans von Vocal Groups gibt es harmonische Perlen von The Five Keys, Drifters und Orioles, und etwas fetzigere Stücke von den Cadillacs, Moonglows und Penguins. Wenn Sie also am Heiligabend mit Ihrer Familie die Geschenke unter dem Weihnachtsbaum auspacken, legen Sie diese Compilation in den CD-Player und schwelgen Sie in den kultigen Sounds aus längst vergangenen Weihnachtstagen. In der Welt des R&B war der Weihnachtsmann ein bißchen lebhafter als sein Gegenstück aus der Pop- und Hillbillymusik – hören Sie sich Mabel Scott an, wenn sie uns vom Boogie Woogie Santa Claus erzählt. Diese 29 klassischen Stücke – einige von ihnen sind echte Raritäten – sind genau das was Sie brauchen, um am Heiligabend ordentlich abzurocken. Es gibt keinen besseren Soundtrack für die Weihnachtsfeiertage!