VA - 4 Star Boogies & Jumpin Hillbilly

Item number: ACD12554

1 CD digipac, 64S booklet: Kelly West & His Friendly Country Boys: Grandpa Boogie - Floyd & Lloyd ? The Armstrong Twins: Alabama Baby - Claudie Ham: Fishermans Blues - Tex Ferguson with Arkansas Valley Boys: Kentucky Saturday Night - Pete Graves & His Bunkhouse Buddies: Bunkhouse Boogie (INSTRUMENTAL) - Jerry Irby & The Ranchers: First Time I Saw That Gal - Jack Grant & His 7-V-4 Ranch Boys: The Crawdad Hole - Kelly West & His Friendly Country Boys: Drive Slow Baby - Owen Perry: Pickin Em Up - Jesse James: Jesse James Boogie (INSTRUMENTAL) - Smiling Jerry Jericho: Boogie Woogie Dance - Jimmy Short & The Silver Saddle Ranch Boys: Everybodys Trying To Be My Baby - Don Churchill & His Texas Mavericks: Cadillac Blues - Jerry Irby & His Texas Ranchers: Buy Me A Bottle Of Beer - Tommy Kizziah & His West Coast Ramblers: Rambler's Boogie (INSTRUMENTAL) - R.D. Hendon & His Western Jamboree Cowboys: Music Making Mama From Memphis - Bill Tutt: Sixty Days - Drifting Johnny Smith with Billy Moses & The Rhythm Rangers: Service Station Blues - Tommy Scott & His Ramblers (Tex Harper: vocal): Dance With Her Henry - Tommy Kizziah & His West Coast Ramblers: Long Tom Boogie (INSTRUMENTAL) - Theodore Wilburn with The Wilburn Family: Down In Dixie - Billy Jack Wills & His Western Swing Band: Tobacco Chewing Boogie - Don Whitney: Red Hot Boogie - Smiling Jerry Jericho: Who's Kidding Who - Tommy Scott & His Ramblers (Tex Harper: vocal): Jumpin' From Six To Six

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Bill McCalls legendary FOUR STAR label began life in 1945 as a subsidiary of Dick Nelson's GILT EDGE RECORDS. McCall issued a considerable amount of good music, which today is highly collectable and indeed expensive to purchase. This CD focuses on FOUR STARs heyday as an important, influential, and independent label, and features vibrant recordings from 1947 to 1955. The performers range from major names like the Wilburn Brothers, to regional stars like Jerry Irby, Jerry Jericho and Don Whitney who are still revered by collectors and fans of music of the era, to obscure performers almost totally forgotten today, like Owen Perry and Kelly West. The word boogie is perhaps to many associated with race music and black jump tunes, however these Hollywood Hillbillies could boogie in their own way. This stunning compilation presents 25 jumping hillbilly boogies, and with a well-chosen variety of artists and every track having a vibrant sound, its guaranteed to please. This is a must-have for lovers of pre-rockn roll, country boogie sound, jumped-up honky-tonk, late-period western swing and offers a fascinating insight into the world of jumping country boogie. With a running time of 65 minutes and 35 seconds and a booklet jam packed with information from compiler Kevin Coffey, you are on the right track to discovering many long forgotten tracks. And remember: you can always buy a RICHARD WEIZE ARCHIVES product with confidence, for they are made by a music lover who cares about quality and the integrity of music.

Musicstyle: 1950s Country/Hillbilly
Artwork by: Sven Uhrmann