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24-Carat Black: Ghetto: Misfortune's Wealth
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produced by W. Dale Warren; performed by 24-Carat Black (Stax Records, 1994), 58 mins
produced by W. Dale Warren; performed by 24-Carat Black (Stax Records, 1994), 58 mins
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The Best Songs Little Esther Ever Recorded
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performed by Little Esther, 1935-1984 (King Records, 2005), 40 mins
performed by Little Esther, 1935-1984 (King Records, 2005), 40 mins
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Billy Ward & The Dominoes: 21 Greatest Hits, Volume Four
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performed by Billy Ward, fl. 2000, Clyde McPhatter, 1932-1972, Jackie Wilson, 1934-1984, Charlie White, Joe Lamont and Bill Brown, Billy Ward & The Dominoes (King Records, 2005), 52 mins
performed by Billy Ward, fl. 2000, Clyde McPhatter, 1932-1972, Jackie Wilson, 1934-1984, Charlie White, Joe Lamont and Bill Brown, Billy Ward & The Dominoes (King Records, 2005), 52 mins
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Chante Moore: Love the Woman
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performed by Chante Moore, Baby Dubb, 1975-, Robert Ozuna, Jr., fl. 2000, Shelea Frazier, fl. 2006, Curt Bisquera, George Duke, 1946-2013, Ray Fuller, John Jubu Smith, Brian Bromberg, Vinnie Colaiuta, 1956-, Jamey Jaz, fl. 1990, Joey de Leon, Jr. and Jan Fairchild, fl. 1996 (Peak, 2008), 46 mins, 12 page(s)
Following two Top Ten R&B albums with husband Kenny Lattimore, Chanté Moore goes alone for the first time since 2000's Exposed. Her fifth solo album, Love the Woman, won't catch anyone off guard, especially those who heard the Moore/Lattimore albums. It sounds like a natural extension of Exposed, in fact, even th...
performed by Chante Moore, Baby Dubb, 1975-, Robert Ozuna, Jr., fl. 2000, Shelea Frazier, fl. 2006, Curt Bisquera, George Duke, 1946-2013, Ray Fuller, John Jubu Smith, Brian Bromberg, Vinnie Colaiuta, 1956-, Jamey Jaz, fl. 1990, Joey de Leon, Jr. and Jan Fairchild, fl. 1996 (Peak, 2008), 46 mins, 12 page(s)
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Creole Kings Of New Orleans, Vol. 2
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produced by Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1993), 1 hour
produced by Billy Vera, 1944- (Specialty Records, 1993), 1 hour
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The Ebb Records Story, Vol. 1: The Group Era 1957-1959
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produced by Kirk Roberts, fl. 1970 (Specialty Records, 2001), 1 hour 8 mins
produced by Kirk Roberts, fl. 1970 (Specialty Records, 2001), 1 hour 8 mins
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The Ink Spots: 18 Greatest Hits
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performed by The Ink Spots (King Records, 2005), 50 mins
performed by The Ink Spots (King Records, 2005), 50 mins
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Jean Knight: Mr. Big Stuff
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produced by Wardell Quezergue, 1930-2011; performed by Jean Knight, 1943-, Wardell Quezergue, 1930-2011, Jerry Puckett, fl. 1971, William Laverne Robbins, fl. 1971 and James Carey Stroud, fl. 1971 (Stax Records, 1990), 50 mins
produced by Wardell Quezergue, 1930-2011; performed by Jean Knight, 1943-, Wardell Quezergue, 1930-2011, Jerry Puckett, fl. 1971, William Laverne Robbins, fl. 1971 and James Carey Stroud, fl. 1971 (Stax Records, 1990), 50 mins
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Lloyd Price, Vol. 2: Heavy Dreams
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produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1993), 57 mins
No discernible artistic dropoff on Specialty's encore Price retrospective, distinguished by his classics "Oooh-Oooh-Oooh," "Tell Me Pretty Baby," "Ain't It a Shame?" (not Fats Domino's hit), "Country Boy Rock," and "Why" (he later recut the latter for ABC-Paramount). ~ Bill Dahl, All Music Guide
produced by Art Rupe, 1917-, Lloyd Price, 1933- and Billy Vera, 1944-; performed by Lloyd Price, 1933- (Specialty Records, 1993), 57 mins
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The London Concert
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performed by Professor Longhair, 1918-1980 (JSP Records, 2008), 45 mins
performed by Professor Longhair, 1918-1980 (JSP Records, 2008), 45 mins
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