Honkers and Screamers, Be-Boppers and Doowoppers, Rockers, Rollers and Boogie Woogie Jukebox Chicks
Friday, 4 December 2009
Rock and Roll with Joe Houston re-up at higher bitrate
The anonymous donor who kindly ripped and sent in this LP which was posted in July 2008 has now re-ripped the album at a higher bitrate - 320 kbps. I have uploaded the new version in its full ultra-fi. New link is here:
Thanks once again to our anonymous donor and to Joan for the folder of label scans.
1. Off Beat 2. Rock That Boogie 3. No Name Rock 4. Goofin' 5. Joe's Rock 6. Tall Gal Blues 7. All Night Long 8. Movin' And Groovin' 9. Corn Bread And Cabbage Greens 10. I Woke Up This Morning 11. Flying Home 12. Teen-Age Boogie
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