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Here's a 6 track compilation EP of recent releases featuring 2 originals and 4 blues and rock classics.
Lowell Fulson's No. 1 R&B hit from the 50s. A great song. I first heard it on BB KIng's 'Jungle' album.. I remember carrying it home from Dobell's Record Shop on Charing Cross Road on the bus.
Preachin' to the Choir
An original boogie released as a single in July - seems popular.
I Can't Stop Loving You
And Don Gibson's country classic - a huge pop / soul hit for Ray Charles. What can you say? Here's my blues rock version.
Elizabeth Cotten wrote this when she was 12 years old. Still sounds good to me.
Well I was born a City Boy in the backstreets of 1950s Wimbledon.. so although I now breathe the sweet air of Fabulous Rockfold the fumes of Sarf London still run through my veins.
Neil Sedaka wrote this with lyricist Howard Greenfield. A rocking pop hit for Connie Francis - still a great song in my opinion.
A little boogie for the Autumn.. more to come very soon. keep rockin!