Thanks to Joan for sending this 1950s Atlantic EP. There are three storming rockers by LaVern Baker, Ruth Brown and Clyde McPhatter, and one ballad by Ivory Joe Hunter. The front cover was adapted by Ace (UK) for their 1999 CD compilation of Atlantic sides, “Let The Boogie Woogie Rock And Roll” (CDCHD 718) which is one of the best R&B compilations currently available.
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1. You Better Stop / LaVern Baker
2. All My Life / Ivory Joe Hunter
3. Let The Boogie Woogie Roll / Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
4. Too Many Men / Ruth Brown
The Misunderstood "Before the Dream Faded" 1992 - Like others, I strongly recommend this album. The second half is decent 1965/66 era American garage rock. However, as others have noted, the best cuts on t...
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