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This review is from: Dizzy Miss Lizzy: The Specialty Story - 1954-1960 (Audio CD)
DIZZY MISS LIZZYThe Specialty Story
1954 -1962 contains
75 ORIGINAL RECORDINGS
by the original artists.
It is on 3 CDS BUT Amazon have `scrunched' all the tracks and artists together which makes it hard to see which artist is by which track and vice versa.
So I've cleaned it up and spaced it out for you.
Grab these discs while you can because next year the laws on copy write will tighten up and fall in line with the Americans (God Bless `em).
(Now all we need to do is for them to stop putting region 2 on UK DVD releases to compensate?)
If you are cutting and pasting ignore the last track on CD 3?
1. Dizzy Miss Lizzy - Larry Williams
2. Farmer John - Don & Dewey
3. Tutti Frutti - Little Richard
4. Forgive Me, Clawdy - Lloyd Price
5. That's All I Need to Know - Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers
6. Goin' Back Home To Mama - Vicky Lee
7. My Baby Don't Want Me - Sonny Knight
8. I Know - Angel Face
9. Everybody's Blues - John Lee Hooker
10. I've Got My Sights On Someone New - Roddy Jackson
11. Ding Dong Baby - Marvin & Johnny
12. Diggin' The Moonglow - Percy Mayfield
13. Gone - Jesse Belvin
14. Harpers Express - Harper Brinson Band
15. Should I Ever Love Again? - Wynona Carr
16. I Got Sumpin' For You - Guitar Slim
17. You Bug Me Baby - Larry Williams
18. Eternity - Ernest Kador
19. Jungle Hop - Don & Dewey
20. Do You Love Me Pretty Baby? - Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
21. Mr. Bumps - Edgar Blanchard
22. No One But Me - Earl King
23. My Confession - David Ford & The Ebbtides
24. Boppin' The Rock - Clifton Chenier
25. Who's Been Fooling You - Big Boy Myles
1. Long Tall Sally - Little Richard
2. Touch And Go - Wynona Carr
3. Little School Girl - Larry Williams
4. Baby I Need You - Benn Zeppa & The Zephyrs
5. Malinda - Bobby Mandolph
6. Dye Ooh Mambo - Chuck Higgins
7. I Need You Now - Sam Cooke
8. Flip - Marvin & Johnny
9. Baby Please Come Home - Lloyd Price
10. Think It Over - Clifton Chenier
11. Just A Little Lovin' - Don & Dewey
12. Oh Kay - The Dukes
13. Stepping High - Edgar Blanchard
14. Love, Love of My Life - Jesse Belvin
15. Stand By Me - Guitar Slim
16. Arabian Love Call - Art Neville
17. Harper's Return - Harper Brinson Band
18. Irene - The Holidays
19. Whiskey, Women & Loaded Dice - Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
20. Keep A Knockin' - Little Richard
21. It's Spring Again - The Pentagons
22. Superman - Johnny Two-Voice
23. You Were Lyin To Me - Percy Mayfield
24. That Mellow Saxophone - Roy Montrell
25. I - Tony Allen & The Champs
1. Jump Jack, Jump! - Wynona Carr
2. Mamo Mamo - Marvin & Johnny
3. Oooh-Wee Baby - Art Neville
4. Ready Teddy - Little Richard
5. King Cotton - Lloyd Lambert
6. Tears On My Pillow - The Chimes
7. The Sound Of Your Voice - David Ford & The Ebbtides
8. Do Baby Do - Ernest Kador
9. Twenty-Five Lies - Guitar Slim
10. Ay Tete Fee - Clifton Chenier
11. One Little Blessing - Jesse Belvin
12. Oo Ee Baby - Lloyd Price
13. True to You Baby - Neal Johnson
14. Baby, You're Rich - Percy Mayfield
15. What Can I Do? - Roy Milton
16. Just Because - Larry Williams
17. Forever - Sam Cooke
18. Ooh Bop She Bop - The Dukes
19. It's True - The Twilighters
20. Someday, Somewhere, Somehow - Wynona Carr
21. The Letter - Don & Dewey
22. Sweet Breeze - Vernon Green & The Phantoms
23. Broke - Chuck Higgins
24. Send Me Some Lovin' - Little Richard
25. Flippin' - Rene Hall
26. Floppin' Stevie D'Or and his Dockers.
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Initial post: 4 Sep 2013 15:55:45 BDT
Many thanks for the track listing, Glenn. But don't worry about this going out of print due to the change in the copyright law. I recently spoke about this issue with a friend who works for a reissue label that's been surfing the 50 years cut-off and is therefore intimately acquainted with what the new law will mean, and he tells me that what will now happen is if it was already out of copyright due to the previous 50 years rule it will stay out of copyright. So basically everything from 1962 and earlier stays out of copyright but you won't see 1963 stuff until 2033.
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Sep 2013 23:41:55 BDT
Glenn Cook says:
Thanks for that info freewheeling.
I m getting a few bad criticisms at the moment from a couple of guys!
Seems you can't please some people.
BTW as a Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers Fan whatever happened to Fat Freddy and Phinius??
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Sep 2013 23:57:37 BDT
Seems the last Freak Bros comic was published in 1997 but at least some are still in print and there's a stop-motion animation film in production - or at least they started making it in 2006. TBH I hadn't dug the comics out for many years but still got 2 or 3 stashed away in the loft ... I think. Gilbert Shelton is 73 and lives in Paris, still does some comics apparently.
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Sep 2013 13:32:21 BDT
Glenn Cook says:
I bit the bullet and bought the complete fab furry freak brothers after buying, loosing and rebuying the comics 4 times each!Freak Brothers Omnibus, The: Every Freak Brothers Story Rolled into One Bumper Package
at under £17 money well spent!
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Sep 2013 13:54:08 BDT
Ah, thanks for that Glenn, I might just indulge in a bit of nostalgia there. Does it have all the Fat Freddy's Cat strips as well?
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