- Audio CD (29 April 2002)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: CD
- Label: Ace
- ASIN: B0000640B7
- Other Editions: Audio CD | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 312,217 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
Lovin' Machine CD
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(1951-57 'King/Federal') (66:44/26) Gute Ergänzung zur 'Ace'-CD CHD 457; weitere Highlights aus der Zusammenarbeit von King Records und einem der erfolgreichsten R&B-Sänger seiner Ära. Superb / great addition to the tracks released on 'Ace' CHD 457. More great stuff produced while he was with King = previously unissued.
Just Like Two Drops Of Water
I'll Never Give Up
Here Comes The Night
My Playful Baby's Gone
Keep On Churnin' (Till The Butter Come)
Married Woman - Stay Married
Rot Gut *
Do It Again, Please
Adam Come And Get Your Rib
Wasn't That Good
Nearer My Love To Thee
Down Boy Down
Good Mambo Tonight
Git With The Grits
Song Of The Bayou
All She Wants To Do Is Mambo
That's Me Right Now
A Tale Of Woe
All Night Long
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I immediately went home and ordered this CD and haven't stopped playing it since. The recordings on this are excellent quality and the band is phenomenal -- I understand Illinois Jacquet plays sax on many of the cuts, which adds even more.
Harris' voice is smooth, rough, varied and oh-so-soulful -- a way better voice than any rocker I can think of. He was supposedly the guy Elvis took inspiration from -- "race music", they called it -- and some of the lyrics are definitely racy, but in another way, with double meanings, if you get my drift.
Definitely the roots of rock here, with some absolutely jump-jivin' tunes that will get even the dead up and moving.
This is some of the best popular/early rock music you'll ever hear, definitely get this CD!