Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday 01, I'm Gonna Rock, is a double-hitting music anthology that is jam-packed with R&B intensity combining pounding blues and stirring up-tempo gospel. The people get wild and raucous on Saturday evening listening to Jump Blues. On Sunday they pray, and repent their sins, at church while singing along to inspirational upbeat Gospel songs.
The compelling twenty-eight songs anthology from the years 1938 through to 1963 features wild blues titles from; Sonny and Jaycee, Mister Froggie, the Voodoo Men with a vocal from Jo Buford, Mo Jo Workin', Hound Dog Taylor, Take Five, and Buster Brown, Raise A Ruckus Tonight which set the scene for the sinful evening. The sophisticated R&B rompers include; B. B. King, I've Got Papers On You Baby, Memphis Minnie and Her Combo, Kissing In the Dark, J. B. Lenore and His Combo, Play A Little While, Lester Robertson, Everybody Wants To Know, and many more.
The inspiring Gospel stompers include; The Sensational Nightingales with shared lead vocals from, Julius Chicks and Ernest James, Will He Welcome Me There, the Pilgrim Traveller with lead vocals from Louis Allen Rawls aka Lou Rawls, Daniel Saw The Stone, The Bells Of Joy, How Sweet It Is, the Golden Gate Quartet, Didn't It Rain, and there are more Gospel stompers to enchant you.
The album is perfect for dancing! The pulsating sounds are ideal for Dee Jays, small cellar clubs, the home listener, and those who wish to own albums that are not full of overly reissued titles.
01 Sonny and Jaycee Mister Froggie (Burris, Terry) Ember 1958
02 Dusty Brown Well, You Know (Tripletti) Bandera 1958
03 Little Milton Satisfied (Campbell, Sain) Checker 1962
04 Macedonians Old Blind Barnabus (PD) Octive 1951
05 The Sensational Nightingales (leads) Julius Chicks and Ernest James Will He Welcome Me There (Parks) Peacock 1952 & Vogue EP 1955
06 Voodoo Men (vocal) Jo Buford Mo Jo Workin' (Morganfield) Soma 1963
07 Sonny Terry Hooray Hooray (Terry, Kirkland) RCA Victor 1953
08 Hound Dog Taylor Take Five (Eatmon) Bea & Baby 1960
09 Slim Harpo Buzzin' (Moore) Excello 1963
10 Sewanee Quintet Where He Leads Me (Barnwell) Nashboro 1958
11 The Golden Trumpets Come And Go With Me (no credit) Nashboro 1956
12 Johnny Fuller and The 'Candyman' McGuirt Band No More-No More (Geddins) Art-Tone 1962
13 B. B. King I've Got Papers On You Baby (King, Taub) Crown LP 1959
14 Buster Brown Raise A Ruckus Tonight (Robinson) Fire 1962
15 Memphis Minnie Kissing In the Dark (Lawlers) JOB 1953
16 Eddie Boyd Blue Coat Man (Boyd) JOB 1952
17 Harmon Hump Jones Lookin' For My Baby (Jones) Vision 1957
18 J. B. Lenore and His Combo Play A Little While (Lenore) JOB 1954
19 Bells Of Joy ?(lead) A.C. Littlefield Let's Talk About Jesus (no credit) Peacock 1951
20 Pilgrim Travellers (lead) Lou Rawls Daniel Saw The Stone (arr. McCurn) Andex 1958
21 Chuck Grey with Sandy Stanton and The Panics Push The Panic Button (Greenwood) Fable 1959
22 Ralph Willis I'm Gonna Rock (Willis) Abbey 1949
23 Lester Robertson Everybody Wants To Know (Robertson) Montel 1961
24 Junior Wells Love Me (Wells, London) Chief 1961
25 The Bells Of Joy How Sweet It Is (Littlewood) Vogue EP 1955
26 Golden Gate Quartet Didn't It Rain (Orlandus, Leeds) Columbia EP 1958
27 Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup Shout, Sister, Shout (Crudup) RCA Victor 1949
28 Washboard Sam I'm Gonna Keep My Hair Parted (Brown) Bluebird 1938