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Genres: Blues, Jukebox RnB, Mod, Popcorn, Soul, Vocal Jazz – Format: 7 inch
One of those songs that seems tailor made for the popcorn genre, '16 Tons' gets a bold, big-band treatment from the legendary blues-man BB King - one of the best re...
McKinley Mitchell's rasping 'No Love Like Your Love' is an evergreen popcorn R&B winner, a dancefloor sureshot that somehow has evaded reissue until now. Byrdie...
Marvellously macabre popcorn magic from Chance Halladay, last seen on the popcorn label with his great take on '13 Women'. Here he is in a much more sombre mood, as...
Genres: Blues, Jukebox RnB, Jump Blues, Popcorn, Soul, Vocal Jazz – Format: 7 inch
Moody and malevolent, male vocal popcorn burner from jazzy crooner Lew Conetta. On the flip, we've paired it with an alternate cut of bluesman Jimmy Rogers' super l...
Genres: Jukebox RnB, Mod, Popcorn, Soul, Tittyshakers – Format: 7 inch
Two cracking covers of the evergreen popcorn standard 'Fever', the top side a seductive, swaggering turn from Little Caesar with doo wop style / group backing vocal...
Genres: Mod, Popcorn, Soul, Vocal Jazz – Format: 7 inch
Two sides of swingin' mid-century vocal jazz from the multi-talented Bobby Scott. Both 'I Gotta Run' and 'Moanin' have been picked and primed for the dancefloor and...
Genres: Jukebox RnB, Jump Blues, Popcorn, Soul – Format: 7 inch
Originally recorded in 1946 by Merle Travis, 'Sixteen Tons' went on to become a standard in many circles, and somewhat against the grain an example of a song origin...
Genres: Mod, Popcorn, Soul – Format: 7 inch
Beautiful group vocal rhythm & blues from Vernon Green & The Medallions, 'A Lovers Prayer' is a smouldering gem guaranteed to get the dancefloor movin...
Genres: Jukebox RnB, Popcorn, Soul – Format: 7 inch
Genres: Jukebox RnB, Mod, Popcorn, Soul – Format: 7 inch
Most prolific as a session player, Buddy Lucas nevertheless recorded ...
Genres: Jukebox RnB, Mod, Popcorn, Soul, Vocal Jazz – Format: 7 inch
Originally recorded in 1936 as 'Weed Smokers Dream' by the Harlem Hamfats, the drug references were significantly toned down for Lil Green's 1941 update 'Why Don't ...