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JACKIE?BRENSTON's Name?Is Of Course Ubiquitous In All Discussions And/Or Essays Concerning "What Was The Very First Rock & Roll Record?" Due To His Bootin' 'Rocket 88', A #1 R&B Record In 1951 Which Was Famously Covered By Bill Haley & His Saddlemen. Brenston Was A Singer/Saxophonist In Ike Turner's Band, And His Sole Hit Was Essentially A Head Arrangement Based Heavily On Jimmy Liggins' 'Cadillac Boogie', Which Came Together In Sam Phillips' Recording Studio, In Memphis. Although The Disc Was Credited To "Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats", They Were Actually Ike Turner & His Kings Of Rhythm. However, Although Follow-Ups Like 'My Real Gone Rocket' And 'Independent Woman' Are Highly-Regarded By Collectors, He Was Unable To Register Another Hit. This Compilation Comprises Everything That Brenston Recorded As A Lead Vocalist Between 1951-62, Either Solo, With Ike Turner, Or With Chicago Guitarist Earl Hooker; This Is The First Time That These Twenty-Seven Tracks Have Been Thus Compiled.
JACKIE?BRENSTON's Name?Is Of Course Ubiquitous In All Discussions And/Or Essays Concerning "What Was The Very First Rock & Roll Record?" Due To His Bootin' 'Rocket 88', A #1 R&B Record In 1951 Which Was Famously Covered By Bill Haley & His Saddlemen. Brenston Was A Singer/Saxophonist In Ike Turner's Band, And His Sole Hit Was Essentially A Head Arrangement Based Heavily On Jimmy Liggins' 'Cadillac Boogie', Which Came Together In Sam Phillips' Recording Studio, In Memphis. Although The Disc Was Credited To "Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats", They Were Actually Ike Turner & His Kings Of Rhythm. However, Although Follow-Ups Like 'My Real Gone Rocket' And 'Independent Woman' Are Highly-Regarded By Collectors, He Was Unable To Register Another Hit. This Compilation Comprises Everything That Brenston Recorded As A Lead Vocalist Between 1951-62, Either Solo, With Ike Turner, Or With Chicago Guitarist Earl Hooker; This Is The First Time That These Twenty-Seven Tracks Have Been Thus Compiled.
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Blues Got Me Again: Singles 1951-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Rocket "88"
2. Come Back Where You Belong
3. Independent Woman
4. Make My Love Come Down
5. My Real Gone Rocket
6. Tuckered Out
7. I Want to See My Baby
8. My Baby Left Town
9. Fat Meat Is Greasy
10. Jackie's Chewing Gum
11. Hi Ho Baby
12. Leo the Louse
13. Blues Got Me Again
14. Starvation
15. You Won't Be Coming Back
16. "88" Boogie
17. Lovin' Time Blues
18. True Love
19. Mule
20. Gonna Wait for My Chance
21. What Can It Be
22. The Mistreater
23. Much Later
24. Trouble Up the Road
25. You Ain't the One
26. Want You to Rock Me
27. Down in My Heart

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JACKIE?BRENSTON's Name?Is Of Course Ubiquitous In All Discussions And/Or Essays Concerning "What Was The Very First Rock & Roll Record?" Due To His Bootin' 'Rocket 88', A #1 R&B Record In 1951 Which Was Famously Covered By Bill Haley & His Saddlemen. Brenston Was A Singer/Saxophonist In Ike Turner's Band, And His Sole Hit Was Essentially A Head Arrangement Based Heavily On Jimmy Liggins' 'Cadillac Boogie', Which Came Together In Sam Phillips' Recording Studio, In Memphis. Although The Disc Was Credited To "Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats", They Were Actually Ike Turner & His Kings Of Rhythm. However, Although Follow-Ups Like 'My Real Gone Rocket' And 'Independent Woman' Are Highly-Regarded By Collectors, He Was Unable To Register Another Hit. This Compilation Comprises Everything That Brenston Recorded As A Lead Vocalist Between 1951-62, Either Solo, With Ike Turner, Or With Chicago Guitarist Earl Hooker; This Is The First Time That These Twenty-Seven Tracks Have Been Thus Compiled.
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