FEATURING: James Brown, Benny Spellman, Bobby Day, Marv Johnson, Dakota Staton and many more. WELCOME TO THE CLUB! And our final journey into U. K. Club Land where we continue our exploration of the "Club Beat" - the roots of Mod, R&B and Soul - that coalesced in the bohemian melting pot of Soho, London, post WW2. 'STIRRING UP THE DANCEFLOOR' is our final trip to Club Land and is a sampler of the "upbeat" experiences that we've had along the way in the coffee bars and clubs of London's Soho Village. We've paid our dues and had our hands stamped in the hottest spots in the West End such as the Americana, the 100 Club, the Scene, Flamingo, Whiskey-A-Go-Go, La Discotheque, La Poubelle, Le Kilt, the Sunset and the Roaring Twenties, to name but a few. And we've met some interesting characters too, such as 'Georgina' (possibly the first female DJ) who spun the discs at Les Enfants Terribles on Dean Street, she'd also serve you a warm Coca Cola and a salami roll if you weren't careful!. And who can forget bumping into Ronnie Scott at his Club Eleven on Carnaby Street, a place that journalist Tony Hall described as "hell on earth"! And of course the. Incomparable Guy Stevens, the ultimate R&B DJ at the Mod hangout, the Scene Club in Ham Yard. It's time to hit the dancefloor, and if you enjoy your shimmy, check out the Club Beat series
FEATURING: James Brown, Benny Spellman, Bobby Day, Marv Johnson, Dakota Staton and many more. WELCOME TO THE CLUB! And our final journey into U. K. Club Land where we continue our exploration of the "Club Beat" - the roots of Mod, R&B and Soul - that coalesced in the bohemian melting pot of Soho, London, post WW2. 'STIRRING UP THE DANCEFLOOR' is our final trip to Club Land and is a sampler of the "upbeat" experiences that we've had along the way in the coffee bars and clubs of London's Soho Village. We've paid our dues and had our hands stamped in the hottest spots in the West End such as the Americana, the 100 Club, the Scene, Flamingo, Whiskey-A-Go-Go, La Discotheque, La Poubelle, Le Kilt, the Sunset and the Roaring Twenties, to name but a few. And we've met some interesting characters too, such as 'Georgina' (possibly the first female DJ) who spun the discs at Les Enfants Terribles on Dean Street, she'd also serve you a warm Coca Cola and a salami roll if you weren't careful!. And who can forget bumping into Ronnie Scott at his Club Eleven on Carnaby Street, a place that journalist Tony Hall described as "hell on earth"! And of course the. Incomparable Guy Stevens, the ultimate R&B DJ at the Mod hangout, the Scene Club in Ham Yard. It's time to hit the dancefloor, and if you enjoy your shimmy, check out the Club Beat series
604988104820
Stirring Up The Dancefloor: Original Sound Of Uk
Artist: Stirring Up The Dancefloor Original Sound Of Uk
Format: CD
New: Available 13.99
Wish

Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ricky Allen - You'd Better Be Sure
2. Jessie ; The Sequins - So Weak
3. Big Moose ; The Jams - The Bright Sound
4. Dakota Staton - A Little You
5. Otis Rush - Jump Sister Bessie
6. Harold Land - San Diego Bounce
7. The Drivers - Mr. Astronaut
8. James Brown And The Famous Flames - Think
9. King George With Jim Laurro And His Orchestra - Woke Up This Morning 1
10. Elmore Morris - Before I Turned My Back On You 1
11. Dusty Wilson - Can't Do Without You 1
12. Jackie Weaver - The Tingle 1
13. Charles Perry - If There Wasn't Any You 1
14. Bobby Massaro - Takin' Names 1
15. Carmen Taylor - No More, No Less 1
16. Pearl Woods - Don't Tell It All 1
17. Sam Myers - You Don't Have To Go 1
18. Benny Spellman - Ammerette 1
19. Mike Robinson - Lula 2
20. Bobby Day - Over And Over 2
21. Big Sambo And The House Wreckers - At The Party 2
22. Mary Johnson - These Tears 2
23. Lenny Johnson - Am I Still Your Fool 2
24. Rudy Lambert - Jamboree 2
25. Larry Bene - Come Back

More Info:

FEATURING: James Brown, Benny Spellman, Bobby Day, Marv Johnson, Dakota Staton and many more. WELCOME TO THE CLUB! And our final journey into U. K. Club Land where we continue our exploration of the "Club Beat" - the roots of Mod, R&B and Soul - that coalesced in the bohemian melting pot of Soho, London, post WW2. 'STIRRING UP THE DANCEFLOOR' is our final trip to Club Land and is a sampler of the "upbeat" experiences that we've had along the way in the coffee bars and clubs of London's Soho Village. We've paid our dues and had our hands stamped in the hottest spots in the West End such as the Americana, the 100 Club, the Scene, Flamingo, Whiskey-A-Go-Go, La Discotheque, La Poubelle, Le Kilt, the Sunset and the Roaring Twenties, to name but a few. And we've met some interesting characters too, such as 'Georgina' (possibly the first female DJ) who spun the discs at Les Enfants Terribles on Dean Street, she'd also serve you a warm Coca Cola and a salami roll if you weren't careful!. And who can forget bumping into Ronnie Scott at his Club Eleven on Carnaby Street, a place that journalist Tony Hall described as "hell on earth"! And of course the. Incomparable Guy Stevens, the ultimate R&B DJ at the Mod hangout, the Scene Club in Ham Yard. It's time to hit the dancefloor, and if you enjoy your shimmy, check out the Club Beat series