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  • Audio CD (29 April 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Kent/Ace
  • ASIN: B00BPBWZ24
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 109,817 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Somewhere Down The Line - Little Johnny Taylor
2. Baby We're Through - Art Wheeler
3. Rockin' Bed - Valerie Carr
4. Nobody Loves You Like Me - Etta James
5. What Kind Of Man Are You - Dolores Johnson
6. Itchy Koo - Hank Blackman & The Killers
7. Why Oh Why - Austin Taylor
8. This Little Letter - James Wayne
9. Late In The Evening - The Fran-Cettes
10. East L.A. - Solid Jackson
11. I'm Comin' Home - Bobby John With Jimmy Thomas, Stacy Johnson & Vernon Guy
12. When You See Me Hurt - Carl Lester & The Showstoppers
13. Baby Please Don't Go - Carl Edmondson With The Charmaines
14. Mr Lonely - Freddie North
15. Double Locks - Johnny Gosey
16. My Baby Waited Too Long - Mamie Perry With Gus Jenkins Orchestra
17. You Lied - Marva Josie
18. Don't Knock It - Sinner Strong Aka Joyce Harris
19. Just A Little Bit More - The Idols
20. Oo Ma Liddy - J.J. Jackson & The Jackaels
See all 24 tracks on this disc

Product Description

New Breed Blues with Black Popcorn is a brand new selection of collectables, curios and rug-cutters for R&B fans who feel the beat and need new sounds to scratch their itch. Tracks such as Marva Josie's You Lied , Sinner Strong s Don t Knock It and The Idols Just A Little Bit More seem to have been around for an eternity without being responsibly comped to CD, whereas Why Oh Why by Austin Taylor, Well I Done Got Over It from Bobby Mitchell and Dolores Johnson What Kind Of Man Are You are currently raising eyebrows and overdrafts. J.J. Jackson's Oo Ma Liddy , Little Johnny Taylor's Somewhere Down The Line and Etta James Nobody Loves You (Like Me) are perfect for this CD. Kent's forte is the previously unissued humdinger and this CD has a handful of the best that will tempt even the most OVO (original vinyl only) of collectors to shell out for this piquant package. Two gems from earlier Ace CDs can be found in Art Wheeler s Downey side Baby We're Through and the Charmaines Fraternity number Baby Please Don't Go, while more recently issued Double Locks by Johnny Gosey comes from last year's CD of Kent Harris R&B productions. Inevitably it is the debutantes that will steal the show and attract the more traditional R&B fan. There is a pounding blues by Freddie North from Bob Holmes tapes, when he was working with Freddie along with Slim Harpo in Nashville in the late 60s. From Los Angeles there is an Adolph Jacobs unreleased Class recording Cannibal Stew that not only sounds like the Coasters but could possibly have them singing behind him: he was their guitarist at the time. Then we have a taster for the forthcoming Ace CD of Richard Stamz's Chicago blues productions, with a fine mover from Tony Gideon called So Strange . Finally there is a track that put the compiler into a state of frenzy, When You See Me Hurt by Carl Lester & The Showstoppers: 2 minutes 30 secs of unadulterated hip-shaking heartbreak. He must have one now!

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Wolfgang Weissbrodt on 10 Oct. 2013
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If you are into early Soul and R&B from the transitional period between R&R and Soul, this collection is for you. Although, counting my age, I'm everything but new breed, I was pleasantly surprised that the proportion of the R&B content that nowadays is called "new breed" turned out to be much higher than the popcorn share. I played this CD many times over. The spacey booklet is brilliant and serves up thorough information about the artists and labels, with tasty pictures of Marva Josie, Dolores Johnson, James Wayne, Valerie Carr and many more to boot. For lovers of label scans: I counted 13 of them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cortfen on 21 Jan. 2014
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Another great compilation put together by Kent. Even if reading the track listing you think you might recognise some of the tracks you probably won't have heard these versions. If your into the blues, RnB and popcorn this is a great CD to add to your collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 50s Throwback on 22 Dec. 2013
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This was a no brainer as I had the other cd's in the New Breed series.It did not disappoint .Another great part of the Ace/Kent label 'with there normal high quality sound and informative booklet.Recomend to all Rand B fans
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By Robert Hardwick on 30 Mar. 2015
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Some great music thanks.
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