The suggestion that these songs produced "crazes" is more than little far fetched and some of the tracks are complete rubbish but there is lots of good early soul playing and singing from the likes of Wilbert Harrison ("The Horse"); Chubby Checker ("The Fly"); King Curtis ("Twistin' with the King") and Hank Ballard and the Midnighters ("The Twist"). Dee Dee Sharp convinced me it was "Mashed Potato Time" in 1962 and she is worth listening to again. However - "Waddle Waddle" by the Bracelets? A dance craze? Do me a favour. Similar nonsense from Lonnie Brooks doing "The Popeye". The "Dish Rag" passed me by because Nat Kendrick presumably couldn't get it to a wider audience than his next door neighbours. And once you have listened to "Sloppy Twist" by Thomas "Little Junior" Cannaday you will understand why he disappeared without trace. And don't try twisting to this. You will do yourself an injury.