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Ebb Records Story 2: Blues N R Import

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1. Chicken, Baby, Chicken - Tony Harris
2. No Buts, No Maybes - Professor Longhair
3. What Is Life Without A Home - Floyd Dixon
4. Come On - Earl Nelson
5. Keep Walking On - Ted Taylor
6. Days Are Dark - Ted Taylor
7. Very Truly Yours - Ted Taylor
8. If I Don't See You Again - Ted Taylor
9. When I Get You Back - Tony Harris
10. The Weather's Stormy - Tommy Lampkin
11. True Confession - Riff Ruffin
12. When The Deal Go Down - Ray Agee
13. Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand - Professor Longhair
14. Misery - Professor Longhair
15. Come Back - Tony Allen
16. My Silent Prayer - Ray Agee/Elly Johnson
17. True Lips - Ray Agee/Elly Johnson
18. You Know (Take 5) - Tony Allen
19. She's My Witch - Kip Tyler
20. Cha Cha Cha - Jerry Hawkins
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
pretty good. 8 Dec. 2003
By COMPUTERJAZZMAN - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
a lot of great, unheard old r&r stuff here. Lee Rupe's Ebb
Records label was shortlived, but produced some great stuff. The first CD in this series (Ebb Records story Volume 1) has more doo wop and vocal harmony. This is more soulful stuff here. The same kind of stuff can be heard on her ex-husband Art Rupe's Specialty Records label. People here on the East Coast never really got to hear a lot of this music, Too bad. But then aqain, people on the West Coast weren't that familiar with The Charts, or Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers, either. So I guess it evens out............
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