Various artists: The Apollo Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

UME Direct, 2019

THE APOLLO: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the audio accompaniment to the HBO documentary released November 6. Created by Oscar and Emmy-winning director Roger Ross Williams, THE APOLLO chronicles the unique history and contemporary legacy of New York City’s landmark Apollo Theater.


01. Kenneth J. Thompson – Kenneth J. Thompson, Apollo Greeter (0:15)
02. T. Griffin – Opening, The Apollo Theater (1:16)
03. Charles Mingus – Take The “A” Train (3:35)
04. Fletcher Henderson And His Orchestra – Memphis Blues (2:39)
05. Marion J. Caffey – Interview Excerpt 1 (0:15)
06. Ella Fitzgerald – How High The Moon (3:14)
07. Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra – Old Man Blues (3:05)
08. Pearl Bailey – She’s Something Spanish (2:47)
09. Count Basie and his Orchestra – Jive At Five (2:50)
10. Ted Fox – Interview Excerpt 2 (0:11)
11. Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra – Strange Fruit (3:10)
12. Mikki Shepard – Interview Excerpt 3 (0:12)
13. Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On (3:40)
14. Kamilah Forbes – Interview Excerpt 4 (0:18)
15. James Brown – Say It Loud – I’m Black And I’m Proud (4:49)
16. Ta-Nehisi Coates – Interview Excerpt 5 (0:16)
17. Robert Glasper – Apollo As Home (0:30)
18. Gladys Knight & The Pips – Home Is Where the Heart Is (5:11)
19. Robert Glasper – Mission Statement (1:13)
20. Johnny Hodges – Come Sunday (2:31)
21. James Brown – Lost Someone (2:39)
22. Robert Glasper – Schiffman Cards (0:30)
23. Jimmy Smith – T’aint No Use (6:05)
24. Robert Glasper – Obama Returns To The Apollo (1:17)
25. Aretha Franklin – Rock Steady (3:14)
26. Kenny Burrell; Grover Washington, Jr. – Asphalt Canyon Blues (6:13)
27. Etta James – Something’s Got A Hold On Me (2:47)
28. Robert Glasper – Harlem Riots (2:11)
29. Dizzy Gillespie – Duke’s Last Soliloquy (3:06)
30. T. Griffin; Ta-Nehisi Coates – Excerpt From Stage Reading Of “Between The World And Me” (Live At The Apollo Theater, April 2018) (1:24)
31. Robert Glasper; Ledisi – Don’t Turn Back Now (4:37)
32. President Barack Obama – President Barack Obama At The Apollo Theater (0:29)

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Jazz Re-Issues

It’s been a real swingin’ year, I can’t believe it’s nearly over.. these are still the jazz re-issues from last year that I dug on cat.  I was clearly into Victor Feldman, ummmm moving on.

Enjoy a taste of that good good.

Ike Quebec-Blue Samba

Curtis Amy-24 hour Blues

Duke Ellington-Spacemen

Howard Roberts-Easy Living

Louis Armstrong-I Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll

Nat Adderley-New Arrivals

Larry Young-Mothership

George Shearing-Mambo In Chimes

Sonny Rollins-Freedom Suite

Oliver Nelson: Screamin’ the Blues

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Stuff I Missed: What’s an Instro-Hipster?

My intial thought was that this would be like some version of instrumental Mod Music, mixed with Austin Powers swingers meet Acid Jazz, but what I found was more fuzzed out psych, garage and rock nuggets if anything.  Still did not disappoint in any way.

…full album streams below…

…so now you know.


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Stuff I Missed: Jazz Rundown


Here’s a quick rundown of the lost Jazz music folder I stashed away in early 2015, I may not have gotten to these albums then, but I found the folder hiding and added them to my now playing list, you should too.








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Return of the Reissue’s: Soul Explosion


It’s like Stax/Volt, or more likely all the different people who own it, think the world is gonna end and is like f-it let’s make sure we go ahead and reissue all of those old records right away.  The Stax records below and many more were part of the 50th anniversary of the Soul Explosion and with it the large reissue extravaganza back in June, put on by the Craft Recordings label. Head over there to buy some great music immediately.

…so go ahead and enjoy your album cover porn (not all of the records here are part of the Soul Explosion).

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Stuff I Missed: Renegades of Jazz

I present to you the first album I’ve heard from this legendary producer.  Afrofunk and Ethio-Jazz you will surely dig on…

…head over here to hear their new album released in June!

Renegades of Jazz-Moyo Wangu

Agogo Records 2016

[4:13] 01. Renegades Of Jazz – Afro Cookie
[4:56] 02. Renegades Of Jazz – Moto Moto
[5:06] 03. Renegades Of Jazz – Beneath This African Blue
[4:22] 04. Renegades Of Jazz, Jungle Fire Horns – Harambee
[5:06] 05. Renegades Of Jazz, Hugo Kant – Moyo Wangu
[4:26] 06. Renegades Of Jazz – Them Who Walk Slow
[4:13] 07. Renegades Of Jazz – Karibu Tena
[4:21] 08. Renegades Of Jazz, Kabanjak – Zebra Talk
[3:23] 09. Renegades Of Jazz – Jamboree
[4:59] 10. Renegades Of Jazz – Majirani Yako Kelele
[4:21] 11. Renegades Of Jazz – Jazz Makossa
[3:55] 12. Renegades Of Jazz – Prison Island

This from Agogo Records.

“The story of Renegades Of Jazz begins around the end of the nineties, when its protagonist faces a time in life that sees most musical ambitions crumble against the harsh realities of life.  Imagine David Hanke in his early twenties, driving his first car, wearing ripped jeans and a lumberjack shirt.  On the back seat of his bright red Volkswagen Beetle an electric guitar is collecting dust, as David’s longlasting enthusiasm for rock music has been gradually waning for quite some time.  The music that dominated his formative years seems to have lost much of its appeal – and then a tape appears.  First, let’s rewind a bit,  Born in 1977, David Hanke spends the first years of his life in Arusha, Tanzania.  Within eyeshot of Mount Kilimanjaro and the equally impressive dead volcano Mount Meru, David experiences an early, highly influential part of his childhood in this vibrant East African cultural metropolis.

By the end of 1982, the family returns to Germany, where David first starts exploring his parent’s eclectic record collection.  When a musical avalanche called grunge and alternative rock starts conquering the world in 1991, David finds himself utterly fascinated: these genres begin to shape his musical identity. Inspired by bands such as Soundgarden, Pearl Jam or Screaming Trees, David teaches himself to play the guitar,
grows his hair and dabbles in several band projects, but over the years he comes to realize this sound just might not be the real deal.  By the end of the decade that music feels too melancholy and the structures redundant, the scene has lost its appeal.  The perfect time for a certain aforementioned tape to make its appearance, popped into the bright red Beetle’s stereo by a good friend.  Thievery Corporation on one side, Visit Venus on the other – it didn’t take more for David to dive head first into the exciting soundscapes of downbeat and sample-based music.  Sharing a flat with this friend of his, David gradually discovers funk, breakbeats and modern sampling culture.  All of a sudden, everything seems possible to him, without a band and yet able to use any conceivable instrument he deems fit.  He couldn’t have wished for a better creative kick-start.

2003 sees his first productions come into existence, gratefully making use of his grandma’s jazz collection, and at the same time David starts a show called Rebel Radio on a local station.  In 2006 he and DJ Deli-Kutt become Mash & Munkee, releasing their first EP two years later.  Renegades Of Jazz is established as restless David Hanke’s primary musical outlet in 2009, consciously referencing a modern classic that pushes musical boundaries, »Renegades Of Funk«.  The way David handles Jazz, Funk, Hip-Hop and Soul as building blocks of his very own musical form is just as open and playful, while still showing just the right amount of respect for his sources of inspiration.  Renegades Of Jazz becomes the first act on the Wass Records imprint founded by the enterprising DJ and producer Smoove.  The album »Hip To The Jive«, along with several singles and EPs, is released in 2011.  The following year a remix album aptly titled »Hip To The Remix« shows just how internationally well-connected Hanke has become, ten years after almost quitting music for good.

Over 100 Renegades Of Jazz remixes for celebrated artists such as Brownout, Mop Mop and his own idols like Kid Loco or Skeewiff account for how determinately David Hanke forges ahead.  Renegades Of Jazz is no one-trick pony: his second album »Paradise Lost« refuses to just meet expectations.  Rather than going along with the light-hearted swing of his debut and the infectious Dancefloor Funk of his remix works, much of the sophomore album (Paradise Lost) is dominated by darker, more unpredictable moods pointing towards Blues harmonies and percussive Afro-Funk.  Cinematic horn arrangements and purposeful grooves finds »Paradise Lost« evoking memories of the energy of Ellington’s Jungle Band, while never leaving a newly found balance of introspection and mature club

continuing on…

“It’s the year 2016 and David Hanke, widely recognized under his moniker Renegades Of Jazz, is back with his third full-on longplay effort entitled ‘Moyo Wangu’.

After his conceptual and darker approach to his last album ‘Paradise Lost’ released in 2015, we see Renegades Of Jazz explore the world of Afrofunk here, a world David Hanke is deeply linked to since

Due to being exposed to the sound of this East African metropolis throughout his early childhood days the love for any kind of African rhythm signatures and vibes has stuck to this day and is now reflected in the twelve tracks on the album ‘Moyo Wangu’ – a Swahili expression that translates as ‘My heart’ and perfectly describes where his heart is at.

Already having introduced the audience to his love of all things Afro with the exclusive non-album track ‘Tempo Tempo’ that was featured on the ‘Hits Agogo One’ compilation earlier this year as well as with the first single release of the album ‘Afro Cookie’, a modern Afrofunk anthem with a distinctive twist that does not only refer to David Hanke’s personal linkage to Africa but also can be seen as the origin and starting point of the musical journey we’re about to experience here.

‘Moto Moto’ musically depicts the hot, vibrant feel of a jam-packed dancefloor throughout an amazing night out, ‘Beneath This African Blue’ brings on sweet mid-tempo grooves and the captivating ‘Harambee’ (Let’s work together) reflects the rhythm and reiterates working together and featuring the brass section of the Los Angeles-based Jungle Fire outfit who add their special heat.

The albums title track ‘Moyo Wangu’ caters uplifting Afrofunk at its best and sees Marseille-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Hugo Kant delivering some thrilling flute action with a Jazz-infused twist whilst ‘Them Who Walk Slow’ is on a more laid back and tropical tip.

With ‘Karibu Tena’ – Swahili for ‘Welcome Back (Again)’ – David Hanke returns to his spiritual home in a joyful, polyrhythmic way, ‘Zebra Talk’ is another collaborational effort featuring producer and multi-instrumentalist Kabanjak, also known for his works on other projects like Deela and as part of the Ancient Astronauts duo. The touching vibe of ‘Jamboree’ resembles the overwhelming joy and heartfelt spirit of gatherings and festivities.

‘Majirani Yako Kelele’ works bubbling dancefloors with a complex swing, ‘Jazz Makossa’ amalgamates influences taken from highly Jazz-infused Makossa music and their traditional call & response techniques to a thrilling effect and finally ‘Prison Island’ concludes the album with a sweet yearning and laid back melancholia referring to the legend and history of a small island, also known as Changuu or Kibandiko, located only a few miles off shore of the beautiful Zanzibar Archipelago.”

Renegades Of Jazz might not boast a very linear résumé – but that makes it even more important for David Hanke to open up new and exciting chapters in his life.

Text: Ralf Theil

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Dolemite is My Name

Scott Bomar-Dolemite Is My Name (Music from the Netflix Film)

Here’s the tracklist.

01. Craig Robinson – Dolemite (2:49)
02. Craig Robinson – Like I Should (2:12)
03. Scott Bomar – Parking Lot (1:08)
04. Scott Bomar – Liquor Store Wisemen (2:21)
05. Scott Bomar – Recording Comedy (1:24)
06. Scott Bomar – Sell It (1:59)
07. Bobby Rush – I Ain’t Studdin’ You (2:36)
08. Eddie Murphy – Ballad of a Boy and a Girl (2:07)
09. Scott Bomar – The Dunbar Hotel (0:43)
10. Scott Bomar – Clean Up (1:09)
11. Scott Bomar – Feed the Honkies (1:08)
12. Scott Bomar – Scene 3 (0:58)
13. Scott Bomar – Put Your Weight On It (1:52)
14. Scott Bomar – I’m Gonna Kill Dolemite (1:52)
15. Scott Bomar – We Done (0:59)
16. Scott Bomar – Phone Call (1:06)
17. Scott Bomar – Promote The Sh*t (2:07)
18. Scott Bomar – New House Record / Walkin’ (1:54)
19. Scott Bomar – Leaving (1:22)
20. Scott Bomar – Arrived (3:08)
21. The Bo-keys – Hi Roller (2:55)
22. Jason Freeman – Rocky Bottom (4:37)

Dolemite Is My Name is a 2019 American biographical comedy, directed by Craig Brewer and written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. The film stars Eddie Murphy as filmmaker Rudy Ray Moore, best known for portraying the character of Dolemite in both his stand-up routine and a series of blaxploitation films, starting with Dolemite in 1975.

The film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on September 7, 2019, and was is being shown as a limited release as of October 4, 2019, before digital streaming starts on October 25, by Netflix.  Mark your calendars Soul Donuts fans.  Put it on your list right next to El Camino.

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Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives

Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives-In a Small Place

01. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Secret (3:55)
02. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Learn to Forget (3:07)
03. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – In a Small Place (3:21)
04. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Come Closer (4:21)
05. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Muscle Cars (3:22)
06. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – High Life (4:21)
07. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Daylight (4:17)
08. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Favourite One (4:01)
09. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Better Than Words (3:49)
10. Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives – Wasted (4:47)

Hey, here’s more funky, hazy, atmospheric goodness to float through your day to…

…this from their press release.

“Earlier this year, Claremont 56 served up something rather special: the atmospheric, claustrophobic debut single from Greek band Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives, “In A Small Place”. A warm, drowsy and evocative commentary on smalltown paranoia, the single showcased a band not afraid to embrace their love of blue-eyed soul, soft rock, West Coast jazz-rock and hazy AOR.

These influences shine through on the band’s eponymous debut album, which will be released worldwide (with the exception of Greece and Cyprus) by Claremont 56 this September. It’s a slight diversion from an imprint renowned for its sun-kissed Balearic grooves, pastoral soundscapes and dubbed-out dancefloor moves, but one fully in keeping with the imprint’s love of warm, beautiful and atmospheric music.

It’s certainly a confident debut from Sillyboy’s Ghost Relatives, an Athenian four-piece founded by titular hero Sillyboy (AKA experienced musician, producer and vocalist Charalambos Kourtaras, who has previously released a string of solo albums to wide acclaim in his home country). The band is modeled in his image, with a warm and hazy sound marked out by bold, toasty basslines, effects-laden guitars and a mixture of retro synths and thickset electric piano motifs.

Sillyboy naturally takes centre stage throughout, delivering his loved-up and lovelorn lyrics like a latter-day Michael McDonald. His vocal performances, and that of his similarly experienced colleagues, lend the album a dreamy, visceral quality fully in-keeping with the languid richness of the music.

Highlights are plentiful throughout. Check, for example, the dewy-eyed, string-laden bliss of opener “Secret”, the 1960s style dream pop cheeriness of “High Life” and the drowsy, late night drift of “Daylight”, an impassioned plea for reconciliation rich in close harmony backing vocals and soft focus saxophone solos. Or, for that matter, the chunky blue-eyed soul grooves of “Muscle Cars”, the slow and seductive “Favourite One”, the tropical wooziness of “Better Than Words”, the vintage Steely Dan shuffle of “Learn To Forget” and the breezy Americana of closing cut “Wasted”, which delivers a stunning conclusion to an album of rare cohesion”


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A Kind Reminder

Próxima Parada


Kind Reminder…….


A satisfying mix of soulful, chilled out tunes verging on yacht rock, pop and R&B, altogether supremely satisfying for a nice stroll, bike ride, or Sunday drive.  Recently released on the Antifragile Music label.  Check it out!


01. Dusty Seats
02. The One Inside
03. Beneath Habits
04. My Mind Is on One
05. Paying for It
06. Musta Been a Ghost
07. Grateful
08. Feel You Slipping Away
09. Not Much to Say
10. Kind Reminder


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Hip Doo-Wop

I’ve been listening to some serious Doo-Wop via these two compilations lately, and I’ve found that the innocent style, smooth sounds, and pre-soul melodies compliment the still summer evening like a mojito on a foreign beach.  You too should give it try.

50 tracks of classic Doo-Wop from what was to be the genre’s finest year ever. This was the year that Doo-Wop’s popularity reached its peak, and the tracks on this great collection demonstrate why they were so well received. A must for any fan of the genre with informative notes.



[02:13] 1. The Five Keys – Ling Ting Tong
[02:51] 2. The Penguins – Earth Angel
[03:12] 3. The Moonglows – Sincerely
[02:21] 4. The Spiders – 21`
[02:19] 5. The Five Keys – Close Your Eyes
[02:35] 6. The Charms – Two Hearts
[02:42] 7. The Hearts – Lonely Nights
[02:48] 8. Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters – Whatcha Gonna Do
[02:38] 9. The Clovers – Blue Velvet
[02:16] 10. The Danderliers – Chop Chop Boom
[03:05] 11. The Moonglows – Most Of all
[02:59] 12. The Cardinals – The Door Is Still Open
[02:20] 13. The Nutmegs – A Story Untold
[02:39] 14. The Platters – Only You
[02:29] 15. The Five Keys – The Verdict
[03:02] 16. The Four Fellows – Soldier Boy
[02:54] 17. The Midnighters – Its Love Baby 24 Hours A Day
[02:37] 18. The El Dorados – At My Front Door
[03:07] 19. The Nutmegs – Ship Of Love
[02:43] 20. The Drifters – Adorable
[02:28] 21. The Drifters – Steamboat
[02:58] 22. The Turbans – When You Dance
[02:37] 23. The Spiders – Witchcraft
[02:39] 24. The Platters – The Great Pretender
[02:47] 25. The Robins – Smokey Joe’s café


[02:21] 1. The Caddilacs – Speedo
[02:39] 2. The Regals – Got The water Boiling
[02:29] 3. The Cardinals – Come Back My Love
[02:49] 4. The Sensations – Yes Sir That’s My Baby
[02:25] 5. The Clovers – Devil Or Angel
[03:05] 6. The Four Fellows – Angels Say
[02:37] 7. The Diablos – Daddy Rockin Strong
[03:04] 8. The Diablos – The Way You Dog Me Around
[02:27] 9. The Empires – Make Me Or Break Me
[02:16] 10. The Heartbeats – Crazy For You
[02:37] 11. The Heartbeats – Your Way
[02:17] 12. The Barons – Eternally Yours
[02:43] 13. The Harptones – Life Is But A Dream
[02:41] 14. The Solitaires – The Wedding
[03:17] 15. The Cleftones – The Masquerade Is Over
[02:27] 16. The Spaniels – Painted Pictures
[02:45] 17. The Penguins – Be Mine Or Be A Fool
[02:03] 18. The Diablos – Route 16
[02:57] 19. The Leaders – Stormy Weather
[02:32] 20. The Rainbows – Mary Lee
[02:40] 21. The Flamingos – (That’s My Baby) Chicka Boom
[03:11] 22. The Orchids – You’re Everything To Me
[03:00] 23. Andre Williams & The Don Juans – Going Down To Tijuana
[02:51] 24. The Flamingos – I Want To Love You
[02:17] 25. The Valentines – Lily Maebelle

2 whole records full of tracks that still somehow retain a freshness and rarity that has yet to be duplicated.

This from the press release, “from the Primordial Musical Ooze to the Birth of Doo-Wop. What is this glorious music we call Doo-Wop? It’s a style conveying naivete and young love in a way no genre did before. It’s an attitude harking back to the birth of the teenager in the 1950s. For a lot of us, it represents nostalgia for an era we may or may not have experienced. Technically, Doo-Wop is an amalgam of five key characteristics that are explored in the 24-page booklet that accompanies this CD and richly evidenced in the choice of recordings. This CD, the first in a set of six, covers the formative years of Doo-Wop, offering astonishing vocal harmonies, vibrant instrumentation and a fun collection of songs that will not fail to please the amateur while being of interest to the serious collector. Compiled and annotated by Anthony J Gribin & Matthew M Schiff, the Doctors of Doo-Wop.”



[03:37] 1. Bing Crosby & The Rhythm Boys – Them There Eyes
[03:12] 2. The Boswell Sisters – When I Take My Sugar to Tea
[02:55] 3. The Three Keys – Wah-Dee-Dah
[02:58] 4. The Five Spirits Of Rhythm – I Got Rhythm
[02:57] 5. The Four Blackbirds – Black-Eyed Susan Brown
[03:08] 6. The Ink Spots – My Prayer
[02:48] 7. The Cats and The Fiddle – I Miss You So (A)
[02:46] 8. The Golden Gate Quartet – Stormy Weather (A)
[02:48] 9. The Five Breezes – My Buddy Blues
[03:27] 10. Tex Beneke and the Four Modernaires – Chattanooga Choo Choo
[02:56] 11. Lewis Bronzeville Five – Low Down Gal Blues
[02:45] 12. The Andrews Sisters – The Shrine of St. Cecilia
[02:22] 13. The Song Spinners – Comin’ in on a Wing and a Prayer
[03:18] 14. The Dinning Sisters – The Way You Look Tonight
[02:37] 15. The Mills Brothers – Till Then
[02:35] 16. Ella Fitzgerald – It’s Only a Paper Moon
[03:05] 17. Deek Watson & His Brown Dots – For Sentimental Reasons
[02:59] 18. The Cats ‘n’ Jammer Three – One Hundred Years from Today
[02:52] 19. Savannah Churchill & The Sentimentalists – I Want to Be Loved
[02:38] 20. The Delta Rhythm Boys – Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’
[03:00] 21. The Basin Street Boys – I Sold My Heart to the Junkman
[03:03] 22. The Charioteers – Chi-Baba Chi-Baba
[02:59] 23. The Four Vagabonds – P.S. I Love You
[02:46] 24. The Cabineers – Whirlpool
[02:52] 25. Bill Johnson & His Musical Notes – You’re the Dream of a Lifetime
[03:02] 26. The Ravens – Lullaby
[02:56] 27. The Orioles – It’s Too Soon to Know


[03:08] 1. The Charioteers – A Kiss and a Rose
[02:47] 2. Little Esther and the Robins – Double Crossing Blues
[03:04] 3. The Four Jacks – I Challenge Your Kiss
[02:55] 4. The Ravens – Count Every Star
[02:45] 5. The Clovers – Yes Sir, That’s My Baby
[03:11] 6. The Blenders – The Masquerade Is Over
[02:57] 7. The Jive Bombers – Brown Boy
[02:36] 8. Ruth Brown and the Delta Rhythm Boys – Sentimental Journey
[02:44] 9. The Five Keys – The Glory of Love
[02:33] 10. The Clovers – Fool, Fool, Fool
[03:00] 11. The Swallows – Since You’ve Been Away
[02:39] 12. The Five Royales – Crazy Crazy Crazy
[03:02] 13. The Cardinals – Under a Blanket of Blue
[02:22] 14. The Larks – My Reverie
[02:30] 15. The Dominoes – Sixty Minute Man
[02:38] 16. The Four Buddies – Just to See You Smile Again
[03:03] 17. The Orioles – I Miss You So (B)
[02:33] 18. The Swallows – It Ain’t the Meat
[03:17] 19. The Moonglows – I Just Can’t Tell No Lie
[02:44] 20. Herb Kenny and the Comets – When the Lights Go on Again
[03:15] 21. The Five Keys – Red Sails in the Sunset
[02:20] 22. The Dominoes – Have Mercy Baby
[02:42] 23. The Five Sharps – Stormy Weather (B)
[03:13] 24. The Mello-Moods – Where Are You
[02:57] 25. The Royals – Every Beat of My Heart
[02:57] 26. The Diamonds – A Beggar for Your Kisses
[02:21] 27. The Four Knights – Oh Happy Day
[03:12] 28. The Vocaleers – Be True

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