Fire (New York) set handy companion piece to the earlier Fury comp ("Let's Stick Together"), different name, same kinda content, basically r&b, some blues, a little doo wop. Slow blues from Elmore of the title kicks things off, lovely slide, best of four here. Other blues content from Lightnin' Hopkins and Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup, doo wop from Earl Lewis & The Channels, Rainbows, Tellers (Lymon influenced) and Linda Martell & The Anglos, slow, mid and uptempo.The nowadays unfortunately named Gay Poppers are a would-be "5" Royales, whereas duo Vinney & Kenny offer pop! By and large, the rest is straight r&b, some of it rockin' in nature; Buster Brown, Mighty Joe Young, Tarheel Slim & Little Ann, Upsetters, Rockin' Bradley ('Lookout', rocker a la Little Richard), Bobby Marchan, Paul Perryman, Don Gardner & Dee Dee Ford...you get the idea. Mary Ann Fisher has a powerful voice, Wild Jimmy Spruill has a couple of fine instrumentals, and Dr Horse speaks a droll tale of a snazzy dude, 'Jack, That Cat Was Clean'. Hmm, yes I enjoyed.