(KM-CD-137) Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday 03, Shake That Thing, 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 1948 through to 1963 features wild blues titles from; Boo Breeding, Country Woman, Little Richard, She Knows How To Rock, Jerry McCain and His Upstarts, Run, Uncle John! Run, Leroy Foster and Muddy Waters, Locked Out Boogie which set the scene for the sinful evening. The sophisticated R&B rompers include; Memphis Slim, Big City Girl, Charles Epps, Shake That Thing, Billy Boy Arnold, Here's My Picture, Little Milton, I'm A Lonely Man and many more.
The inspiring Gospel stompers include; Mahalia Jackson, Said He Would, Charles White, Didn't It Rain, The Sensational Nightingales, To The End, The Colemanaires, This May Be The Last Time, 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 Tender Slim Don’t Cut Out On Me (Richardson) Herald 1962
02 Big Jack Reynolds I Had A Little Dog (Reynold) Hi-Q 1963
03 Boo Breeding Country Woman (Davis) Imperial 1955
04 Mahalia Jackson Said He Would (Jackson, Smith) Apollo 1953
05 Charles White Didn't It Rain (arr. White) Jaxyson 1948
06 Charles Sheffield I Would Be A Sinner (Sheffield) Excello 1961
07 Memphis Slim Big City Girl (Slim) Storyville LP 1961
08 Little Richard She Knows How To Rock (Penniman) Specialty 1958
09 Jerry McCain Run, Uncle John! Run (McCain) Excello 1956
10 Sensational Nightingales To The End (Cheeks) Peacock 1957
11 Mello-Tones When The Pearly Gates Unfold (arr. Rowell, Shears) Columbia 1950
12 John Lee Hooker Hug And Squeeze (Hooker, Ling) Modern 1954
13 Bob Gaddy Could I (Dixon) Old Town 1960
14 Snooky Pryor Someone To Love Me (Pryor) Vee Jay 1956
15 Little Walter Too Late (Dixon) Checker 1956
16 Howlin’ Wolf Poor Boy (Burnette) Checker 1957
17 Charles Epps Shake That Thing (Epps) Hilltop 1962
18 Billy Boy Arnold Here's My Picture (Arnold) Vee Jay 1956
19 Colemanaires This May Be The Last Time (arr. Walker) Apollo 1957
20 Radio Four Blood Done Signed My Name (Babbs) Republic 1952
21 Big Bill Broonzy You've Been Mistreating Me (Broonzy) Mercury 1950
22 Little Milton I'm A Lonely Man (Campbell, Lyons) Bobbin 1958
23 Leroy Foster and Muddy Waters Locked Out Boogie (Foster) Aristocrat 1959
24 Lazy Lester Lester's Stomp (Johnson, West) Excello 1956
25 Fairfield Four Lord You Know (Henderson) Champion 1959
26 Jubalaires God Almighty's Gonna Cut You Down (Johnson) King 1947
27 J.B. Lenoir Play A Little While (Lenore) J.O.B 1954
28 Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup Dirt Road Blues (Crudup) RCA Victor 1948