Amongst the African American communities of the 1940s Wynonie Harris was a star, probably what we nowadays would like to call a superstar. Strangely as rock & roll gripped the world in the 1950s no one seemed interested in him despite his obvious stature as a founding father of the new genre. It wasn't until the 70s rock & roll revival when bands like The Stray Cats spearheaded a jive dancing rejuvenation that he finally reached a new level of appreciation. Here then are 28 tracks of good rocking dancefloor favourites including but not limited to, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Bloodshot Eyes", "Good Morning Judge" and "All She Wants To Do Is Rock". There are many CD collections of Wynonie Harris but you'll be hard pressed to find one as crammed with rocking hits!
Amongst the African American communities of the 1940s Wynonie Harris was a star, probably what we nowadays would like to call a superstar. Strangely as rock & roll gripped the world in the 1950s no one seemed interested in him despite his obvious stature as a founding father of the new genre. It wasn't until the 70s rock & roll revival when bands like The Stray Cats spearheaded a jive dancing rejuvenation that he finally reached a new level of appreciation. Here then are 28 tracks of good rocking dancefloor favourites including but not limited to, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Bloodshot Eyes", "Good Morning Judge" and "All She Wants To Do Is Rock". There are many CD collections of Wynonie Harris but you'll be hard pressed to find one as crammed with rocking hits!
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Blow Your Brains Out: Greatest Jukebox Hits (Uk)
Artist: Wynonie Harris
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1. Who Threw the Whiskey in the Well
2. Wynonie's Blues
3. Playful Baby
4. Good Rockin' Tonight
5. Lollipop Mama
6. Blow Your Brains Out
7. Grandma Plays the Numbers
8. I Feel That Old Age Coming on
9. Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee
10. She Just Won't Sell No More
11. All She Wants to Do Is Rock
12. I Want My Fanny Brown
13. Sittin' on It All the Time
14. I Like My Baby's Pudding
15. Good Morning Judge
16. Oh Babe!
17. Bloodshot Eyes
18. Lovin' Machine
19. Keep on Churnin'
20. Night Train
21. Adam Come and Get Your Rib
22. Bad News Baby (They'll Be No Rockin' Tonight)
23. Wasn't That Good
24. The Deacon Don't Like It
25. Down Boy Down
26. Shake That Thing
27. All She Wants to Do Is Mambo
28. Good Mambo Tonight

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Amongst the African American communities of the 1940s Wynonie Harris was a star, probably what we nowadays would like to call a superstar. Strangely as rock & roll gripped the world in the 1950s no one seemed interested in him despite his obvious stature as a founding father of the new genre. It wasn't until the 70s rock & roll revival when bands like The Stray Cats spearheaded a jive dancing rejuvenation that he finally reached a new level of appreciation. Here then are 28 tracks of good rocking dancefloor favourites including but not limited to, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "Bloodshot Eyes", "Good Morning Judge" and "All She Wants To Do Is Rock". There are many CD collections of Wynonie Harris but you'll be hard pressed to find one as crammed with rocking hits!