Label: Le Son Du Maquis - LM54207 • Format: 3x, Box Set Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Rhythm & Blues
This musical trend regulated the Cultural Revolution orchestrated by the arrival of the rpm record, the transistor radio and the TV set without discriminating social classes and races. Through those three CDs with fifty one pieces of music 'Fever' gives tribute to those pioneers, real genius, shooting stars and forgotten talents who embodied the R&B fever through the 40 s and 50 s.
The Things That I Used to Do - Guitar and His Band Hearts of Stone - The Charms The Clock - Johny Ace Disc 2 1. I've Got a Woman - Ray Charles 2. Tweedlee Dee - Lavern Baker 3. Shake, Rattle and Roll - Big Joe Turner 4. Crying in the Chapel - The Orioles 5. Sh-Boom - The Cords 6. Baby, Don't Do It - The "5"Royales" 7. One Mint Julep - The Clovers 8.
· The term "rhythm and blues," often called "R&B," originated in the s when it replaced "race music" as a general marketing term for all African American music, though it usually referred only to secular, not religious music. The term first appeared in commercial recording in , when RCA Victor records began using "blues and rhythm" music as a descriptor for African .
If you appreciate Blues Music, there should be plenty to enjoy from this box set. It would take more than half a day on continual viewing to watch and listen to all of it. There is a booklet that comes with the set which introduces and précis the DVD's and to quote the final paragraph of Reviews:
· The disco Disco has changed. What has forever been defined by the glitter-ball aesthetic of Saturday Night Fever, has, slowly opened its arms to embrace a world of different musics, loosely connected by the idea, feel or groove of “disco”.Fuelled by voracious selectors and intrepid reissue labels bringing back 12″s from Beirut to Port Of Spain, our understanding of the genre has.
- Nr. 1, B-moll - Robert Schumann - Adrian Aeschbacher - 3 Romanzen Op. 28 Nr. 1 B-moll / Nr. 2 Fis-du