|1||–Larry Davis||I've Been Hurt So Many Times
Arranged By – Maxwell DavisProducer – Maxwell DavisWritten-By – Maxwell Davis
|2||–Z.Z. Hill||No More Doggin'
Written-By – Jules Taub, Rosco Gordon
|3||–Bobby "Blue" Bland* & Ike Turner And His Orchestra*||Love You Baby
Written-By – Bobby Bland, Jules Taub
|4||–Little Joe Hinton*||Tired Of Walkin'
Written-By – Joe Hinton
|5||–B.B. King||Long Gone Baby
Written-By – B.B. King, Jules Taub
|6||–Jackie Shane||Stand Up Straight And Tall
Written-By – Bob Kirkland, Mike Kirkland*
|7||–The Newports||Dixie Women
Written-By – Alfred Smith, Edward Alperson*, Jerry Winn
|8||–Frank Armstrong||Stuffed Peppers Aka Humpin'
Arranged By – Louis Thomas Producer – Frank ArmstrongWritten-By – Frank Armstrong, Mike Akopoff
|9||–King Solomon||New Figure
Written-By – King Solomon
|10||–Terry & The Tyrants||Yea, Yea, Yea, Yea, Yea, Yea
Written-By – Terry Evans
|11||–Marvin & Johnny||Baby You're The One
Written-By – Marvin Phillips
|12||–Larry & Tommy||You Gotta Bend A Little
Arranged By – Maxwell DavisProducer – Maxwell Davis, Mike AkopoffWritten-By – Clay Hammond, Stephen Perrault
|13||–Vernon Garrett||You And Me Together
Arranged By – Arthur WrightProducer – Richard ParkerWritten-By – Vernon Garrett
|14||–Vernon And Jewell||Just To Hold My Hand
Written-By – Don Robey, Paul Perryman
|15||–Jimmy Holiday||The New Breed
Producer – Bill SilvaWritten-By – Jimmy Easter
|16||–Big Mama Thornton||Me And My Chauffeur
Written-By – Ernest Lawler*
|17||–Arthur K. Adams*||Let Your Hair Down
Arranged By – Rene HallProducer – Mike AkopoffWritten-By – Arthur K. Adams*
|18||–Booker T. Averhart* & The Mustangs||Take Your Shoes Off (Part II)
Producer – Warren LanierWritten-By – Booker T. Averhart*
|19||–Lowell Fulsom||Lovin' Touch
Written-By – Beulah Facyson, Lowell Fulsom
|20||–Al King||Ain't Givin' Up Nothin'
Written-By – Al King
|21||–Willie Headen||Find Another Woman
Arranged By – Teddy ReynoldsConductor – Teddy ReynoldsWritten-By – Willie Headen
|22||–Ike & Tina Turner||He's The One
Written-By – Hank Ballard, James Brown
|23||–Mary Love||Move A Little Closer
Producer – Marc Gordon Written-By – Maxwell Davis
|24||–Jimmy McCracklin||I Got Eyes For You
Written-By – Jimmy McCracklin
|LQ084||Various||New Breed R&B (2xLP, Comp, Ltd)||Liquidator Music||LQ084||Spain||2015|
New Breed R&B - Soulful '60s Blues For Today's Dancers. Various – The Thriller Memorandum : 60's Spy Movie Soundtracks - Cracking Shots Of Mood Swingers. VA - Beat At Cinecitta - Music From Italian 60s & 70s Exploitation Cinema Vo. Full Album Erotica.
Various Artists (New Breed R&B). These releases aim to entertain soul fans who like R&B and R&B fans who want to pick up on some of the more obscure sides that have recently been creating interest in a fledgling dance scene which has 'borrowed' a few of their tunes to play. For full details see releases/products below. King New Breed Rhythm & Blues.
New Breed is the first Korean studio album by Korean-American singer, Jay Park. The album is divided in two parts, the first part being released as a digital EP on December 28, 2011 and the full album being released digitally on February 7, 2012. The album was released in physical format by February 9, 2012. Park began working on this album even before releasing his first mini-album Take A Deeper Look.
60s r&b and soul from king, federal - moody bluesy and groovy. Had You Told It Like It Was (It Would'nt Be Like It Is) - Albert King. Now I've Got A Woman - Freddy King. I Say, I Love You - Johnny Watson. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 6 brand new listings.
For the Beatles completist, The Blues White Album may be worth a listen, but for most listeners, I doubt it would prove to be a keeper. And oh, how I'd like to hear again the greatest Beatles cover performance of all time-Wilson Pickett's absolutely incendiary version of "Hey Jude," on which none other than Duane Allman provided instrumental support. It is a good Blues and R&B album on its own but is even more delicious when the songs are recognizable as these are.
From original vinyl (I only play original vinyl). Mainly early-mid sixties new breed stuff with a couple of jump blues numbers and a couple which are more on the popcorn side.