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Atlas Jazz Explosion

Label: Empire Musicwerks
Released: 2006
Track listing: Jackie Kelso - Blue Moon; Jackie Kelso - Smiles; Jackie Kelso - Not Yet; Jackie Kelso - Easy Pickin' (Part I); Jackie Kelso - Encore; Jackie Kelso - My Buddy; Jackie Kelso - Once More; Jackie Kelso - Piccadilly; Jackie Kelso - The Sleeper; Jackie Kelso - Rat-A-Tat; Jackie Kelso - Easy Pickin' (Part II); Harold Austin - Jesse Ideas (Part I); Harold Austin - Jesse Ideas (Part II); June Davis With Freddy Washington's Band - I Am One Of God's Children (Without Wings); June Davis With Freddy Washington's Band - 8-9-10; Freddy Washington's Band - Congo Buggie; Charlie Singleton - Super Chief; Charlie Singleton - The Boardwalk; Charlie Singleton - Blow Mr. Singleton; Charlie Singleton - Deep Purple

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Various Artists: Atlas Jazz Explosion

Read "Atlas Jazz Explosion" reviewed by David Rickert

Rhythm & blues was a powerful musical force in the '50s, influencing the direction that many jazz musicians followed and paving the way for rock and roll. There was quite a market for R&B 45s, and small labels featuring eager young unknowns were able to carve out a niche in at least some jukeboxes. Many of ...


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