Popcorn Story 2 / Various: Popcorn Story 2 (Various Artists)

Various Artists: Popcorn Story 2 (Various Artists)

Popcorn Story 2 / Various: Popcorn Story 2 (Various Artists)

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Title: Popcorn Story 2 (Various Artists)
Artist: Popcorn Story 2 / Various
Label: Koko-Mojo
UPC: 4260072729469
Genre: Blues

The Popcorn genre is a style of music and dancing first established in Belgium (the Land of Beers) in the late 1960s and it got it's name from a discotheque called the Popcorn. This style includes a pretty eclectic and wide range of American R&B and pop songs mostly recorded in the 1950s and mid-1960s in a slow or medium tempo and often in a minor key. Popcorn can be recognized by it's tempo just as much as it's sound. In an article for The Guardian titled "Belgium's 'Popcorn: the last underground music scene in Europe" musician and writer Bob Stanley wrote "the purity of Belgian Popcorn is it's very impurity. R&B, Broadway numbers, tangos, Phil Spector-Esque girl groups, and loungey instrumentals, they are all constituent parts of a rare, and still largely undiscovered scene. It won't stay that way forever.

1.1 Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five - Is You Is or Is You Ain't (Ma Baby)
1.2 Jeanie Allen - I Really Love You
1.3 Jimmy Randolph - Summertime
1.4 Baby Washington - I've Got a Feeling
1.5 Jackie Jocko - Haunted Lover
1.6 Peggy King - Up, Up, Up (Flying High)
1.7 Roosevelt Jones - I Say! That's All Right
1.8 Ollie Jones - Helpless
1.9 Ray Rivera - Troubles, Troubles
1.10 Ken MacKintosh and His Orchestra - the Swivel
1.11 Dean Barlow - Come Back
1.12 Freddie Houston - Chills ; Fever
1.13 Justin Jones - Love (Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere)
1.14 Charlie Rich - Let Me Go My Merry Way
1.15 The Laddins - I'll Kiss Your Teardrops Away
1.16 The Naturals - Lenny Goofed
1.17 Frankie Laine - Seven Women
1.18 Trevor Peacock - Can I Walk You Home
1.19 Ruth McFadden - Stop Playing That Song
1.20 Cliffie Stone's Orchestra with Bob Roubian - Here Comes the Train
1.21 Eddie Foster - I'm Grown
1.22 Jimmy Jones - Good Timin'
1.23 Bobby Sharp - Baby Girl of Mine
1.24 Barry Darvell - a King for Tonight
1.25 Cozy Cole - Big Noise from Winnetka Part 1
1.26 Betty Everett - Please Love Me
1.27 Bob Kayli - Tie Me Tight
1.28 Oscar Brown JNR. - Humdrum Blues
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