Further Mellow Cats 'n' Kittens: Hot R&B and Cool Blues 1946-1951
by Various Artists

Further Mellow Cats 'n' Kittens: Hot R&B and Cool
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  • Released: November 28, 2011
  • Originally Released: 2011
  • Label: Ace Records Uk

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Living Blues - p.69
"[I]t does have lots of urban and jump blues and a swinging bit of 12-bar bebop in the form of a previously unreleased song titled 'Mellow Scat' performed by an unknown vocalist..."


  • 1.Rompin' the Boogie - Luke Jones & His Orchestra
  • 2.I Was Too Blind to See - Ira Amos
  • 3.Seven Days - Gory Carter
  • 4.Happy Pay Day, Pt. 1 - Austin McCoy
  • 5.The Man That Comes to My House - Three Bits Of Rhythm
  • 6.Everything Will Be Alright
  • 7.Worried Life Blues - Red Mack (featuring Luke Jones & His Orchestra)
  • 8.Sunset Romp - P.K. Johnson
  • 9.Motel - Jimmy Witherspoon
  • 10.Trouble in Mind - Duke Henderson
  • 11.Cold Blooded Boogie - Jim Wynn
  • 12.Mary You Are Mine, Pt. 1 & 2 - Felix Gross & His Orchestra
  • 13.Baby Sue aka Mary Sue - Ramp Davis
  • 14.Why Did You Say We're Through - Hadda Brooks
  • 15.Mean Ole Frisco - Red Mack (featuring Luke Jones & His Orchestra)
  • 16.Be on Your Merry Way - Effie Smith
  • 17.Forever on My Mind - Felix Gross & His Orchestra
  • 18.Wine, Wine, Wine - The Herb Fisher Trio
  • 19.In the Evening When the Sun Goes Down - Duke Henderson
  • 20.Four O'Clock in the Morning - Gory Carter
  • 21.Mellow Scat - Bebopper Lulu & Her Orchestra
  • 22.Blue and Disgusted - Ira Amos
  • 23.In the Oven - Teddy Bunn (featuring The Hootie McShann Trio)
  • 24.Don't Want Nobody Else - The Herb Fisher Trio
  • 25.Jump Me Some Boogie - Luke Jones & His Orchestra

Product Description:

Liner Note Author: Tony Rounce.
The fifth and final volume in Ace Records' series of compilations centering on the deep catalog of R&B label Modern Records, originally founded by brothers Saul Bihari and Jules Bihari in 1945, reveals that there are still plenty of gems in the Modern vault, even if most of these sides never sold a lick outside of the particular artist's neighborhood. Highlights include swinging shuffle sides by Herb Fisher, Luke Jones, and Red Mack, two 1951 singles from Texan Goree Carter, and a previously unissued Jimmy Witherspoon cut, "Motel." ~ Steve Leggett

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  • UPC: 029667047920
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