VA - No More Doggin: The RPM Records Story Vol. 1 1950-53 (2014)
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VA - No More Doggin: The RPM Records Story Vol. 1 1950-53 (2014)

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Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: No More Doggin': The RPM Records Story Vol. 1 1950-53
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues, R&B
Label: Ace Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 72:35+72:57
Total Size: 174+175 Mb
Covers: Front
CD 1:
01. Clyde Hurley & His Orchestra, Vocal By Adele Francis - Alabamy Bound (2:14)
02. Austin McCoy - Happy Payday Part 1 (Take 1) (3:12)
03. Luke Jones & His Orchestra - Mama Oh Mama (Take 1) (3:03)
04. B.B. King - B.B. Boogie (Take 2) (3:18)
05. Memphis Eddie - Good Time Woman (Take 1) (3:09)
06. B.B. King - The Other Night Blues (Take 1) (3:41)
07. Gene Phillips & His Rhythm Aces - Big Fat Mama (Take 1) (2:55)
08. The Nic Nacs - Found Me A Sugar Daddy (Take 3) (2:48)
09. Junior Blues - Whiskey Head Woman (2:38)
10. Mickey Champion - Good For Nothin' Man (Take 1) (2:14)
11. Rosco Gordon - Rosco's Boogie (Take 2) (2:38)
12. B.B. King - She's Dynamite (2:27)
13. Rosco Gordon - Saddled The Cow (And Milked The Horse) (2:53)
14. Jimmy Nelson & The Peter Rabbit Trio - T-99 Blues (Little Bittie Gal's Blues) (Take 1) (2:40)
15. Alexander Moore - If I Lose You Woman (Take 3) (2:29)
16. Willie Nix - Try Me One More Time (Take 2) (2:23)
17. Jimmy Nelson & The Peter Rabbit Trio - Fine Little Honey Dripper (2:41)
18. Howlin' Wolf - Riding In The Moonlight (3:00)
19. Lightnin' Hopkins - Bad Luck And Trouble (2:21)
20. Mumbles - Black Gal (2:56)
21. B.B. King - 3 O'clock Blues (2:59)
22. The Nic Nacs - Gonna Have A Merry Xmas (Take 1) (2:54)
23. Rosco Gordon - Booted (3:09)
24. Lightnin' Hopkins - Jake Head Boogie (2:37)
25. Howlin' Wolf - I Want Your Picture (2:47)
26. B.B. King - Fine Lookin' Woman (Take 1) (2:16)
CD 2:
01. Rosco Gordon - No More Doggin' (3:07)
02. Lightnin' Hopkins - Last Affair (2:58)
03. Sunny Blair - Glad To Be Back Home (3:03)
04. B.B. King - Shake It Up And Go (2:33)
05. Ike Turner Singing With Ben Burton & His Orchestra - Trouble And Heartaches (2:29)
06. Jay Franks & His Rockets Of Rhythm - Stripped Gears (2:54)
07. Rosco Gordon - New Orleans Wimmen (Take 2) (2:30)
08. Bonnie & Ike Turner With Orchestra Accompaniment - My Heart Belongs To You (2:50)
09. Houston Boines - Superintendent Blues (2:45)
10. Jimmy Huff - She's My Baby (2:31)
11. Little Eddie Kirkland - It's Time For Lovin' To Be Done (2:55)
12. Jimmy Nelson - Sweetest Little Girl (2:35)
13. Gene Forrest & His Orchestra - Aching And Crying (2:38)
14. Lightnin' Hopkins - Another Fool In Town (2:52)
15. Rosco Gordon - Just In From Texas (3:06)
16. B.B. King - Woke Up This Morning (2:59)
17. King Perry & His Orchestra - Vaccinate Me Baby (2:33)
18. Melvin Daniels With The King Curtis Orchestra - I'll Be There (3:24)
19. Rosco Gordon - We're All Loaded (3:09)
20. Jimmy Nelson - Meet Me With Your Black Dress On (2:50)
21. B.B. King - Please Love Me (2:49)
22. Jimmie Huff - Don't You Know (3:02)
23. King Perry & His Orchestra, Vocal By Dell St John - Welcome Home Baby (2:06)
24. Little Caesar - Chains Of Love Have Disappeared (2:34)
25. Frankie Irvin & His Orchestra - False Love (3:05)
26. Jimmy Nelson - Cry Hard Luck (2:29)
This time last year Ace released its first comprehensive overview of one of the many subsidiaries of the Bihari brothers’ Modern Music Company. Having dealt with the R&B releases on Flair, we now turn our attention to other labels within the Modern family – starting with RPM, the longest-running of the subsidiaries.
It wasn’t possible to present a comprehensive overview of the label’s activities within the confines of one 2CD set. Thus we end this volume at the end of 1953 – roughly the halfway point in the label’s life. It’s a convenient point at which to make a break because, with the exception of B.B. King, none of the artists featured here continued their association with RPM beyond that time.
A deal to acquire masters from an upcoming producer in Memphis, by the name of Sam Phillips, brought B.B. King into the fold, followed in short order by a blues singing farmer who plied his trade under the alias Howling Wolf and a young Memphian whose cheerfully chaotic recordings sold in their thousands, Rosco Gordon. After falling out with Phillips, the Biharis utilised the services of one of his audio lieutenants, Ike Turner, who brought further talent into the fold, as well as recording for RPM as a vocalist.
Youngest Bihari brother Joe accompanied Ike on field trips, and cut some stupendous downhome blues throughout the South. The brothers also picked up repertoire from Texas, including some of the best recordings of Lightnin’ Hopkins, and bought the contract of Jimmy Nelson, an upcoming blues shouter from Northern California, who delivered an R&B #1 first time out with ‘T-99’. There really were no bases RPM didn’t have covered.
As with our “Dust My Rhythm & Blues: The Flair Records R&B Story” collection, this set is the result of extensive tape research, with all tracks mastered from fresh transfers of acetates, or best available tapes, plus a couple of dubs where other sources were unavailable. Wherever possible, we’ve used previously unissued or rarely reissued alternate takes of tracks found on other Ace CDs. ~By Tony Rounce
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