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Various Artists | Beach Boogie & Blues (Some White People Can Dance), Vol. 1

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Beach Boogie & Blues (Some White People Can Dance), Vol. 1

by Various Artists

"Beach Boogie & Blues" is a popular form of beach music geared towards the booming dance club scene incorporating an almost equal blend of Blues, R & B, Country, Rock & Gospel.
Genre: Blues: Carolina Beach / Shag
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1. Most Of Those Pretty Young Girls
William Dell & The Weejams
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2. Don't Mess With My Man
Irma Thomas
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3. She Can't Fix Grits
Shagtime
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4. Soul Days
Dobie Gray
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5. Don't Play That Song (You Lied)
The Clovers
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6. Misty
Lloyd Price
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7. Soul Twist
King Curtis & The Noble Knights
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8. Someday
Lee Dorsey
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9. I Can See Clearly Now
The Embers
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10. Big Foot May
Kip Anderson
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11. Ruby Baby
Bill Pinkney & the Original Drifters
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12. Jamaica Farewell
The Tams
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13. Somebody Touched Me
Ruby Andrews
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14. A Fool Such As I
Eliza & The Breeze
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15. Always
Sammy Turner
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Album Notes
Back in the late 70’s, a true renaissance in Beach Music occurred in the Southeast as many baby boomers, who had grown up in the 50’s and 60’s, cast aside the musical trends of the day and re-embraced the traditional sounds of R n B they had grown to love in their adolescent days. Along with traditional vintage hits came a tidal wave of new recordings by Southeastern juggernaut bands, like The Embers and The Catalinas, that broadened the horizons of the genre. A critical addition to the equation was the emergence of Texas’ revolutionary musical stylist, Delbert McClinton, as a defining entity on the scene. McClinton’s music incorporated an almost equal blend of Blues, R n B, country, Rock and Gospel with all of these elements interwoven to create a sound that defied any absolute classification. By the mid 80’s, as more acts began to follow this path, The term “Beach Boogie & Blues” came to define this style of music in Southeastern dance circles. Thus was born a new category of Beach Music, a form heavily geared toward the booming dance club scene. The music, like McClinton’s sound, carried a harder and more deeply defined bottom groove purely accentuating the “dance-quotient” of the song. Bursting out of the club scene, this new sound’s popularity began to bleed over into Beach radio. This series of compilations features some of the prime material that has been integral to the growth of “Beach Boogie & Blues”.

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