Various - History Of Rhythm And Blues - Vocal Groups - Atlantic Records album flac
Title: History Of Rhythm And Blues - Vocal Groups - Atlantic Records
Style: Doo Wop, Vocal, Rhythm & Blues
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Artwork, Design – Lynn Dreese Breslin. A1 Cat Recorded March 15, 1954. A2 Atlantic Recorded December 13, 1956. A3 Atlantic Recorded November 10, 1955. A4 Atco Recorded July 9, 1956.
Manufactured By – WEA Record & Tape Distributors Pty. Limited. B3 Atco Recorded July 29, 1955. B4 Atco Recorded February 4, 1956 B5 Atlantic Recorded February 28, 1957 B6 Atco Recorded January 11, 1956. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat.
Rhythm and blues, commonly abbreviated as R&B, is a genre of popular music that originated in African American communities in the 1940s. The term was originally used by record companies to describe recordings marketed predominantly to urban African Americans, at a time when "urbane, rocking, jazz based music with a heavy, insistent beat" was becoming more popular.
The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
The Performances Included In This Album Represent A Cross Section Of The Vocal Groups Recording For Atlantic During The R&B Exploration Of The Mid-Fifties . These Songs Tell of A Wonderful Time In American Culture When Simplicity, Innocence, And Romance Were Feelings That Were Not Only Accepted, But Worshiped. Tim Hauser, Liner Notes. Artist: Drifters, Sensations, Chords, Cardinals, Others Title: Atlantic Records History Of Rhythm And Blues Vocal Groups Genre: Soul Type: New - LP Label: Cat Catalog ID: 90132-1 Country: USA Our ID: 133662.
atlantic rhythm and blues 1947-74 vinyl. Mint condition records 2 LP In each jacket 7 double albums. History of Rhythm and Blues 1953-55 Atlantic. ATLANTIC RHYTHM AND BLUES vol. 4 LP ATLANTIC 7 81296-1-F. 4 1958-1962. Two-record set on Atlantic, cat. 81296-1-F. In gatefold jacket in excellent condition. unless otherwise noted. Atlantic Rhythm And Blues-Volume 7 81298-1-F-NM SEALED. Atlantic Rhythm And Blues-Volume 7 81297-1-F-NM SEALED. VTG LOT VINYL RECORD ALBUM LP Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Vo. (1947-1974).
Atlantic Records was one of dozens of independent labels started up after the war by neophyte executives and producers, but it was different from most of the others in that the guys who ran it were honest and genuinely loved music. Coupled with a lot of luck and some good judgment, the results trace a good chunk of the history of American music and popular culture. Disc one opens with cuts which slot in somewhere midway between jazz, bop, and "race" music (as the term was used then). Disc two is pure, distilled R&B, the stuff filling the airwaves of black radio and the jukeboxes.
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The combination of rhythm and blues brought forth the manifestation of particular emotions by the singer or lead instrument in reflections of the very melodic and soulful "blues" with an accompaniment of "rhythmic" concentration and force. 1 Cultural Background. The words were reversed by Wexler of Atlantic Records, the most aggressive and dominant label in the R&B field in the early years. By the 1970s, rhythm and blues was being used as a blanket term to describe soul and funk. Today the acronym R&B is almost always used instead of the full rhythm and blues, and mainstream use of the term refers to a modern version of soul and funk-influenced pop music that originated at the demise of disco in 1980. In its first manifestation, rhythm and blues was one of the predecessors to rock and roll