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Various - I Hate Cherries

Sleazy Records

Big-voiced female jumpers and jivers from the mid-1950s. This CD surveys some of the less-conspicuous examples of Rhythm & Blues The middle-1950s gave rise to a re-birth of the big-voiced female blues shouters who had first been heard on records some three decades earlier with the arrival of Ma Rainey, Bessie Smith and many others who followed in their footsteps. In the immediate aftermath of World War II, cocktail jazz and torchy ballad singers seemed to predominate among the femme record names, what with the popularity of Nellie Lutcher, Dinah Washington, at al holding sway with the recordbuying public. But the brand of jump blues pioneered by Louis Jordan and his followers also gave rise to the return of full-throated female warblers which seemed fully underway by 1953, when Willie Mae ´´Big Mama´´ Thornton and Big Maybelle Smith scored their Top 10 R&B successes with ´´Hound Dog´´ and ´´Gabbin´ Blues´´ among others. They would soo
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