Whip Masters Instrumental Vol. 5

Whip Masters Instrumentals Volume 5 (Atomicat) With the announcement of Whip Masters Instrumentals Volume 4 recently from Atomicat, the next instalment of this album series arrives with, naturally, Whip Masters Instrumentals Volume 5. Sourcing material from the years 1952 to 1963, and providing another track list of thirty tracks, is DeeJay Mark Armstrong. As lesserknown artists sit next to established artists, and various genres considered from (mainly) rock ‘n’ roll, to blues, traditional rhythm and blues, and various strands of country, there’s plenty to whet the appetite as far as the contents are concerned. If a melding of bluesy-rock ‘n’ roll is of particular interest, then such an example can be heard early on via raucous ‘Braggin’ supplied by Bob Moore And The Temps. With variation aplenty, Volume 5 introduces early 60’s material with The Satellites’ ‘Ali-Baba’, and big band with much organ playing of ‘Comin’ Home Baby’ from Ernie Freeman Combo. Link Wray And The Wraymen arrive in town once more, and this time with engaging ‘Slinky’. Those listeners who enjoy instrumentals featuring the genre of country will be pleased to know that such tracks can be heard during Volume 5 with Johnnie And Jack And The Tennessee Mountain Boys’ ‘Yeah’. From such compelling inclusions more can be experienced through delightful popcorn-esque ‘The Grunt’ provided by The Fifty Milers, to surf instrumental rocker ‘Woody Wagon’ by Manual And The Renegades, before more delights via pacy rock ‘n’ roll instrumentals ‘Ad Lib’ (The Galaxies), The Starfires (‘Chartreuse Caboose’), and The Losers with ‘Snake Eyes’. Another round of Whip Masters Instrumentals sees Volume 5 turning up the heat further with a collection instrumentals that also offer plenty of variation in terms of genres with enough to suggest this album series will continue for some time yet. Nathan Olsen-Haines (Atomicat)
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