V.A. / RUMBA BLUES, How Latin Music Changed R&B 1940-53


various-rumbablues1. That’s Your Last Boogie – Joe Swift with Johnny Otis Orchestra
2. T-Bone Blues – T-Bone Walker with Les Hite Orchestra
3. Daybreak – Pee Wee Crayton
4. Fat Meat ‘n’ Greens – Edgar Hayes
5. Mambo Boogie – Johnny Otis Orchestra
6. Back Home Blues – Lowell Fulson
7. Cuba Doll – Lloyd Glenn
8. Heartbreaker – Ray Charles
9. Hound Dog – Big Mama Thornton
10. Woke Up This Morning – B.B. King
11. Hey Now Baby – Professor Longhair
12. Country Boy – Dave Bartholomew
13. Bon Ton Roula – Clarence Garlow
14. Jock-O-Mo – Sugar Boy Crawford
15. Mardi Gras In New Orleans – Fats Domino
16. Tell Me Pretty Baby – Lloyd Price
17. Hey Little Girl – Billy Wright
18. Banana Split – Kid King’s Combo
19. Early In The Morning – Louis Jordan and His Timpani Five
20. I Come From Jamaica – Chris Powell’s Five Blue Flames
21. Jumping With The Rhumba – Sonny Thompson
22. My Baby’s Gone – The Ray-O-Vacs
23. Rhumba Blues – Skeets Tolbert
24. Roll And Rumba – Jimmy Reed
25. I Can’t Be Satisfied – Muddy Waters
26. Mexican Reminiscences – Champion Jack Dupree



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