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The Best Of Burlesque: 50 Original Club Classics
 
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The Best Of Burlesque: 50 Original Club Classics

26 Jan 2009 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 26 Jan 2009
  • Label: Music Club Deluxe
  • Copyright: 2009 Music Club Deluxe
  • Total Length: 2:13:22
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  • ASIN: B001VEZ0A4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,869 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. C. Neil on 28 Feb 2009
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In these hard times it's refreshing to find a compilation of fine tunes at such a cheap price. Every track on this album is great in it's own right. So get your cat clothes on and enjoy a rollicking time of quality blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll and crooners. Worth the price alone for "Good Morning Judge" by Wynonie Harris and His All Stars. Try Listening to David Rose Orchestra's "The Stripper" without recalling Morecombe And Wise making breakfast.
Fifty classic tracks and a girl with big red pants well worth the money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Loretta Lace on 11 Sep 2010
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I teach Burlesque dancing to students of all ages and was looking for "The Stripper" but came across this album. Whilst not all the songs are strictly Burlesque, and not all of them are suitable to dance to it is great to have such a large number of songs to use as background music for my classes. A huge number of songs for a very reasonable price - I am a happy lady!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sammy on 31 Jan 2011
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Brilliant CD, excellent not just for tassel teasing etc but as back groud music for dinner/parties and when doing the house work!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. WAIN on 8 Sep 2010
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Whether its Burlesque music or not i wouldn't know - but it's a good selection of interesting tunes - some just Quirky, some good Jump Jive, some Jazzy, and a few Bluesy - but most are pretty jolly and lively.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Delvis Memphistopheles TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 31 Mar 2010
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Victoriana probity killed the bawd and it took a whole new liberation to finally release the shackles. Alan Freed noticed white kids buying "race" music at the beginning of the 50's in Ohio and the term rock and roll became a standard to rebrand a segregated cultural existence and make it palatable for white folk to imbibe. Rock and Roll didn't refer to just a beating off but the rhythm of sexual union. This is the link to burlesque, the beginning of a sexual revolution when women caroused the streets as oil paintings and men bestrode Harleys, Triumphs, Nortons and drove garily painted hot rods in leather, jeans and greasy hair. Aesthetics were never sharper.Many a zygote was released to the passion created in this primal beat.

These tracks hark back to that magical explosion before the arrival of mr and mrs "moderne" and plank spank berdy rock.These tunes are reverential as they invoke the magic rituals of release. From the opening of Harlem Nocturne, the beat noir jazz refrain to the baritone breat beating of Screaming J these tunes have already gained their pedigree without any hype. They have the status as the backdrop to the greatest sexual revolution ever occurring in human development. In between you are introduced to the Link, Swallows, Wynonie Harris and Bull Moose Jackson amongst an elite corps of bang gangers, whoopers, smoochers, sliders, twisters, cornholers and lickers. You would have to be dead from the waste down not feel something tweeking between the midriff and the thighs.

Either that or a disciple of muddern kulcha with its bland sterile X manafacture coupled with the constant need for happy pills.
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I am not sure what I actually expected but it was a lot more smooth jazz singing that maybe funky jazz.
That said it is great easy listening and I like it.
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At one time, you could purchase a song you liked on a 45 with A and B sides. Then there was the LP and everything changed for me with the CD's. This is a double CD of 5o classic works. The most notable track is David Rose and his orchestra "The Stripper".That alone is worth the price of this collection. Just to mention a few others, "Just a Gigolo" "I ain't got nobody" "Fever""Let the four winds Blow""Big Ten Inch"" I want to make Love to you" and on and on. I am proud to have found this collection and recommend this selection to live the history in privacy or even better, shared with someone special. Thanks for making my search of one selection turn 5o fold. Buy, play it and live it.
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By ERB on 4 May 2009
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Based on a very good review from a muisc magazine, I purchased this album. The reduced price on Amazon certainly hastened the purchase. What's no to like. Over 40 songs, with a mixture of blues, soul, rock'n'roll and jazz. So what if it's not exactly what they play in some burlesque shows. Worth getting at this price even if it's just for Link Wray's 'Rumble' or 'The Stripper'.
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