Various Artists: Stroll-a-rama: Jump & Bump (Various Artists)

Various Artists SKU: 40256931
Various Artists: Stroll-a-rama: Jump & Bump (Various Artists)

Various Artists: Stroll-a-rama: Jump & Bump (Various Artists)

Various Artists SKU: 40256931

Format: CD

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Title: Stroll-a-rama: Jump & Bump (Various Artists)
Label: Atomicat

Our new 'Atomicat', 'Stroll-a-Rama' series is aimed at music lovers, dancers, and Dee Jays alike. Every album has twenty eight original songs and as a bonus two titles from 'Rhythm Bomb Records' are included giving you thirty recordings on every album in this series. 'Stroll-a-Rama', 'Jump and Bump' is a mix of genres all of which are catchy strolling dance tunes, blending Rhythm 'N' Blues, Doo Wop, White Rock 'N' Roll and Rockabilly. The titles to some may be familiar, however we have used the often less obvious version and included some more obscure titles so you have a variety of music. With the inclusion of two bonus contemporary songs which fit into the album style you have a mixed variety of stroll music and more for your money Featured artists include; Australia's top rocker Johnny O'Keefe, the man with the golden voice, Trini Lopez, French rocker, Richard Anthony, hit makers the Everly Brothers and Sandy Nelson. The talented ladies moving and grooving with the stroll tempo are, Jeannie Barnes, Jo Ann Henderson and Christine Kittrell. The 'Stroll-a-Rama' ends with modern recordings from American Jittery Jack and a sleazy instrumental from German group Spo-Dee-O-Dee. Our albums have; stunning design, sleeve notes, thirty songs, mastered for the best possible sound. The disc is housed in an attractively constructed cardboard sleeve, specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. The album is great to play at home and perfect for Dee Jays who will find good dance-floor filling songs. With the inclusion of two modern and authentically recorded tracks you get more music for your money. All songs are dance songs and no fillers. The album is compiled by well-known Dee Jay and face on the music scene Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Please look for the sister Atomicat albums in the series; Jive-a-Rama 'It's Rock and Roll' (ACCD009) and Bop-a-Rama 'King Of The Ducktail Cats' (ACCD 010)

1.1 Johnny O'Keefe - Rock Time
1.2 Bobby Doyle - Hot Seat
1.3 The Drifters - Honky Tonk
1.4 Al Bruno - Midnite Creep
1.5 Trini Lopez - It Hurts to Be in Love
1.6 Jeannie Barnes - Can't Get You Off My Mind
1.7 The Flares - Jump and Bump
1.8 Mills Brothers - Smack Dab in the Middle
1.9 The Starrs - Ain't Got No Home
1.10 The Wanderers - a Little Too Long
1.11 Jimmy Kriss - You've Got Me Worried
1.12 Jo Ann Henderson - Baby Please Don't Go
1.13 Jimmy Ricks and the Ravens - I'll Always Be in Love with You
1.14 Richard Anthony - Le Vagabond (The Wanderer)
1.15 The Everly Brothers - When Will I Be Loved
1.16 Ronnie Dio and the Prophets - Gonna Make It Alone
1.17 Jimmy McCracklin - the Drag
1.18 Bill Morrison and His Band - Baby Be Good
1.19 Christine Kittrell - Lord Have Mercy (I'm So Lonely)
1.20 The Gentlemen - Something to Remember You By
1.21 Chuck Davis - Teaser
1.22 Skeets McDonald - What a Lonesome Life It's Been
1.23 Tony Brook with the Breakers - Meanie Genie
1.24 Sandy Nelson - Let's Go
1.25 Roy Hamilton - Please Louise
1.26 Fention Robinson - Crazy Crazy Loving
1.27 Marty Wilde - Jezebel
1.28 Jimmy Richards and the Grooves - Let's Walk (The Spinner)
1.29 Jittery Jack - Something Wicked This Way Comes
1.30 Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Thunderbirds
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