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EU-only two CD collection. When we talk about those artists who represent the transition between blues/R&B and soul it is usually Ray Charles, James Brown and Sam Cooke who come to the fore. The subject of this collection, Nappy Brown is not usually in the mix but after you have listened to this collection of his singles released between 1954 and 1962 you will certainly be wondering why. Hear Brown's voice bellow and roar across these 54 tracks and on hits like "Don't Be Angry", "Pitter Patter" and "It Don't Hurt No More". The gospel delivery and arrangement of "The Right Time" caught the attention of a young Ray Charles who was currently hitting the big time with outrageous blues versions of gospel songs. He covered it and retitled it "(Night Time Is) The Right Time" and secured a hit that eventually went on to become a standard. Nappy never compromised his sound despite his huge popularity in the teen pop market and as such this collection really doesn't sound as old as it is.
EU-only two CD collection. When we talk about those artists who represent the transition between blues/R&B and soul it is usually Ray Charles, James Brown and Sam Cooke who come to the fore. The subject of this collection, Nappy Brown is not usually in the mix but after you have listened to this collection of his singles released between 1954 and 1962 you will certainly be wondering why. Hear Brown's voice bellow and roar across these 54 tracks and on hits like "Don't Be Angry", "Pitter Patter" and "It Don't Hurt No More". The gospel delivery and arrangement of "The Right Time" caught the attention of a young Ray Charles who was currently hitting the big time with outrageous blues versions of gospel songs. He covered it and retitled it "(Night Time Is) The Right Time" and secured a hit that eventually went on to become a standard. Nappy never compromised his sound despite his huge popularity in the teen pop market and as such this collection really doesn't sound as old as it is.
604988306927

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 06/17/2016
UPC: 604988306927

Down In The Alley: Complete Singles As & Bs 54-62
Artist: Nappy Brown
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $19.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Wonder (What's Wrong with Me)
2. That Man
3. Two Faced Woman and a Lying Man
4. Is It True, Is It True
5. Don't Be Angry (1955 Version)
6. Is It Really You
7. Pitter Patter
8. There'll Come a Day
9. Just a Little Love 1
10. Well, Well, Well, Baby-La 1
11. Dood'll I Love You 1
12. Sittin' in the Dark 1
13. Open Up That Door (And Walk Right in My Heart) 1
14. Pleasin' You 1
15. Am I 1
16. Love, Baby 1
17. I'm Getting Lonesome 1
18. Little By Little 1
19. Pretty Girl (Yea-Yea-Yea) 2
20. I'm Gonna Get You (Get You Someday) 2
21. Goody-Goody-Gum Drop 2
22. Bye Bye Baby 2
23. The Right Time 2
24. Oh You Don't Know 2
25. I'm in the Mood 2
26. If You Need Some Lovin' 2
27. Skidy Woe 2
28. It Don't Hurt No More 2
29. My Baby 3
30. You're Going to Need Someone 3
31. A Long Time 3
32. Allright Now 3
33. This Is My Confession 3
34. For Those Who Love 3
35. I Cried Like a Baby 3
36. So Deep 3
37. Give Me Your Love 3
38. Too Shy 3
39. Down in the Alley 4
40. My Baby Knows 4
41. Baby-Cry-Cry-Cry-Baby 4
42. What's Come Over You Baby 4
43. Baby I Got News for You 4
44. Apple of My Eye 4
45. The Hole I'm in 4
46. Nobody Can Say 4
47. Coal Miner 4
48. Hoonie-Boonie 4
49. Any Time Is the Right Time 5
50. Don't Be Angry (1961 Version) 5
51. I've Had My Fun 5
52. Didn't You Know 5
53. The Lock on the Door 5
54. So Glad I Don't Have to Cry No More

More Info:

EU-only two CD collection. When we talk about those artists who represent the transition between blues/R&B and soul it is usually Ray Charles, James Brown and Sam Cooke who come to the fore. The subject of this collection, Nappy Brown is not usually in the mix but after you have listened to this collection of his singles released between 1954 and 1962 you will certainly be wondering why. Hear Brown's voice bellow and roar across these 54 tracks and on hits like "Don't Be Angry", "Pitter Patter" and "It Don't Hurt No More". The gospel delivery and arrangement of "The Right Time" caught the attention of a young Ray Charles who was currently hitting the big time with outrageous blues versions of gospel songs. He covered it and retitled it "(Night Time Is) The Right Time" and secured a hit that eventually went on to become a standard. Nappy never compromised his sound despite his huge popularity in the teen pop market and as such this collection really doesn't sound as old as it is.
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