Title: Rare Windy City R&B Vocal Groups From The Street-Corners Of Chicago Volume One
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Vocal, Doo Wop
Format: MP3 FLAC WAV VOX MP2 FLAC VOC RA WMA
FLAC size: 1914 mb | MP3 size: 1711 mb | WMA size: 1282 mb
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Jubilee & Josie R&B Vocal Groups, Vol. 3 is a decent, single-disc compilation of strong obscure material, as well as a few recognizable hits. Among the 25 tracks are original recordings by the Cadillacs, the Limelighters, the Bluenotes, Kansas City Tomcats, the Angelettes, Eddie Banks & The Five Dreamers, and the King Toppers. This reissue series, from the . based Sequel label, is recommended to R&B and doo wop collectors.
Vocal groups were well represented on the King & Federal labels, both under their own names and as backing groups for single artists. Jerry Dorn was such an artist, and a previously unreleased gem, Thank You, is included here with background vocals by an unknown group.
The origins of Chicago’s famous nickname are not entirely clear. The most obvious explanation is that it comes from the frigid breezes that blow off Lake Michigan and sweep through the city’s streets. However, another popular theory holds that it was coined in reference to Chicago’s bloviating residents and politicians, who were deemed to be full of hot ai. .
Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover
Popular belief holds that it originated with Chicago’s successful self-promotion to become the site of the 1893 World Fair. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Chicago competed with Cincinnati for a leading role in the lucrative meatpacking industry. Among the results of this rivalry was the creation of the White Sox baseball team, Chicago’s response to Cincinnati’s popular Red Stockings, who later became the Reds. Oddly, both cities competed for the nickname Porkopolis, which Cincinnati eventually won.
Various Genres/Artists. The recordings are from a concert in Chicago, USA, 1992. You can enjoy the dual vocals and dual guitar work by the legendary duo Andy Powell and Ted Turner. I won't say that the sound on Live In Windy City is similar to the wonderful album Live Dates but I was pleased with this inspired effort featuring lots of great interplay between Powell and Turner and lots of powerful and fiery soli. This live album dates from 1992 and features the classic combination of Ted Turner and Andy Powell on guitar, but by this time founder members Steve Upton and Martin Turner had called it quits.
|1||–The Danderliers||My Autumn Love||2:25|
|2||–The Danderliers||Chop Chop Boom||2:10|
|3||–The Danderliers||My Loving Partner||2:53|
|5||–The Danderliers||My God Be With You||2:31|
|6||–The Danderliers||Little Man||2:40|
|7||–The Danderliers||My Love||2:25|
|8||–The Danderliers||She's Mine||2:35|
|9||–The Five Chances*||Gloria||2:43|
|10||–The Five Chances*||Sugar Lips||2:43|
|11||–The Strollers||In Your Dreams||2:40|
|12||–The Strollers||Go Where Baby Lives||2:35|
|13||–The Hornets||Lonesome Baby||2:20|
|14||–The Hornets||You Played The Game||2:35|
|15||–The Hornets||Ridin' And Rockin'||2:24|
|16||–The Hornets||I Can't Believe||2:33|
|17||–The Hornets||Big City Bounce||2:35|
|19||–Artie Wilkins And The Palms||Darling Patricia||2:15|
|20||–Artie Wilkins||Please Come Back||2:40|
|21||–Cliff Butler & The Doves*||When You Love||3:00|
|22||–Cliff Butler & The Doves*||People Will Talk||2:33|
|23||–Cliff Butler (w/The Doves)*||Jealous Hearted Woman||2:53|
|24||–Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm||Run Jody Run||2:25|
- Published By – Pamlee
NotesRare Doo-Wop from 1953 to 1957 which never made any national charts. All tracks were recorded for the Chicago-based 'United Records' belonging to Leonard Allen, and its subsidiary 'States Record Company' - see United & States Record Company.
Track 1 = States 147 - 1955 / Track 2 = flip side of track 1 / Track 3 = States 150 - 1955 /
Track 4 = flip side of track 3 / Track 5 = States 152 - 1955 / Track 6 = flip side of track 5 /
Track 7 = States 160 - 1956 / Track 8 = flip side of track 7 / Track 9 = States 156 - 1956 /
Track 10 = flip side of track 9 / Track 11 = States 163 - 1957 / Track 12 = flip side of track 11 /
Track 13 = States 127 - 1953 / Track 14 = never released / Track 15 = never released /
Track 16 = flip side of track 13 / Track 17 = unreleased / Track 18 = United 208 - 1958 /
Track 19 = States 157 - 1956 / Track 20 = flip side of track 19 / Track 21 = States 123 - 1953 /
Track 22 = flip side of track 21 / Track 23 = States 148 - 1955 / Track 24 = States 155 - 1956.
Released in jewel case with illustrated booklet (12 pp.); including information about the featured artists like Bernhard Dixon from The Danderliers or Cliff Butler & Red Saunders (on States 123).
Also released as "United U-163" - a bootleg CD issued in 1999 under the same title "Rare Windy City R&B Vocal Groups From the street-corners of Chicago Volume One".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 95451 81632 4
- Barcode (Scanned): 095451816324
- Matrix / Runout: C D - S 1 6 3
- Rights Society: BMI