Rhythm & Western Vol.7 - Jambalaya

Rhythm & Western Vol.7 - Jambalaya We're kicking off with Nat King Cole doing "Wolverton Mountain", a country music song and a big crossover hit that established Claude King's career as an American country singer-songwriter in 1962, then another version of the Gene Autry C&W classic "Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins this time. Amos Milburn turns square dance into boogie-woogie, followed by Baby Washington and Bobby Bland with two "melanated" western tunes. Titus Turner gives a new spin to Hank William's classic "Jambalaya" and R&B vocalist Johnny Thunder is next with "Don't Be Ashamed" a song that has a strong C&W and Gospel flavor. Memphian Rosco Gordon gives a perfect example of “Ebony Country Music" with the self-penned "Sally Jo" originally released on Sun Records. Same for Little Willie John and the Young Jessie tunes. Washboard Sam is next with a proto-Western Swing number titled "Crazy About Nancy Jane" and Piano Red's "Big Rock Joe From Kokomo" brings to mind Moon Mullican and all the other Hillbilly piano players he often also inspired.
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