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[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #01] Lowe Groovin' (Joe Morris)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #02] That Old Black Magic (Tiny Grimes)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #03] Annie Laurie (Tiny Grimes)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #04] Midnight Special (Tiny Grimes)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #05] The Applejack (Joe Morris)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #06] Cole Slaw (Frank Culley)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #07] Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee (Stick McGhee)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #08] So Long (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #09] I'll Get Along Somehow (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #10] Hey Little Girl (Professor Longhair)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #11] Mardi Gras in New Orleans (Professor Longhair)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #12] Tee Nah Nah (Harry Van Walls)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #13] Danny Boy (Al Hibbler)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #14] Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere (Joe Morris)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #15] Teardrops from My Eyes (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #16] One Monkey Don't Stop No Show (Stick McGhee)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #17] Don't You Know I Love You (The Clovers)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #18] Shouldn't I Know (The Cardinals)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #19] The Chill Is On (Joe Turner)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #20] Chains of Love (Joe Turner)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #21] Fool, Fool, Fool (The Clovers)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #22] One Mint Julep (The Clovers)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #23] Wheel of Fortune (The Cardinals)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #24] Sweet Sixteen (Joe Turner)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #25] 5-10-15 Hours (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 1 (1947-1952) #26] Gator's Groove (Willis Jackson)

[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #01] Ting-a-Ling (The Clovers)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #02] Daddy Daddy (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #03] The Midnight Hour (Ray Charles)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #04] A Beggar for Your Kisses (The Diamonds)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #05] Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #06] Good Lovin' (The Clovers)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #07] Wild Wild Young Men (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #08] Mess Around (Ray Charles)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #09] Honey Hush (Joe Turner)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #10] Soul on Fire (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #11] Money Honey (Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #12] Lovey Dovey (The Clovers)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #13] Such a Night (Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #14] Tipitina (Professor Longhair)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #15] White Christmas (Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #16] Honey Love (Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #17] Whatcha Gonna Do (Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #18] Shake, Rattle and Roll (Joe Turner)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #19] Sh-Boom (The Chords)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #20] Oh, What a Dream (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #21] Jam Up (Tommy Ridgley)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #22] After the Lights Go Down Low (Al Hibbler)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #23] Tomorrow Night (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #24] Tweedle Dee (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #25] I Got a Woman (Ray Charles)
[Volume 2 (1952-1954) #26] Greenbacks (Ray Charles)

[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #01] The Door Is Still Open (The Cardinals)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #02] Flip, Flop and Fly (Joe Turner)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #03] A Fool for You (Ray Charles)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #04] This Little Girl of Mine (Ray Charles)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #05] Play It Fair (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #06] Adorable (The Drifters)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #07] Smokey Joe's Cafe (The Robins)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #08] Ruby Baby (The Drifters)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #09] In Paradise (The Cookies)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #10] The Chicken and the Hawk (Joe Turner)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #11] Devil or Angel (The Clovers)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #12] Drown in My Own Tears (Ray Charles)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #13] Hallelujah, I Love Her So (Ray Charles)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #14] Jim Dandy (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #15] Down in Mexico (The Coasters)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #16] Corrine Corrina (Joe Turner)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #17] Treasure of Love (Clyde McPhatter)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #18] Love, Love, Love (The Clovers)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #19] It's Too Late (Chuck Willis)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #20] Lonely Avenue (Ray Charles)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #21] Since I Met You Baby (Ivory Joe Hunter)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #22] Lucky Lips (Ruth Brown)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #23] Without Love (There Is Nothing) (Clyde McPhatter)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #24] Fools Fall in Love (The Drifters)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #25] Midnight Special Train (Joe Turner)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #26] Empty Arms (Ivory Joe Hunter)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #27] C.C. Rider (Chuck Willis)
[Volume 3 (1955-1957) #28] Searchin' (The Coasters)

[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #01] Young Blood (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #02] Mr. Lee (The Bobbettes)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #03] Long Lonely Nights (Clyde McPhatter)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #04] Betty and Dupree (Chuck Willis)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #05] What Am I Livin' For (Chuck Willis)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #06] Hang up My Rock and Roll Shoes (Chuck Willis)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #07] Yakety Yak (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #08] A Lover's Question (Clyde McPhatter)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #09] I Cried a Tear (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #10] The Right Time (Ray Charles)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #11] Charlie Brown (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #12] What'd I Say (Parts 1 & 2) (Ray Charles)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #13] There Goes My Baby (The Drifters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #14] Along Came Jones (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #15] Let the Good Times Roll (Ray Charles)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #16] Poison Ivy (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #17] Dance with Me (The Drifters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #18] Just for a Thrill (Ray Charles)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #19] This Magic Moment (The Drifters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #20] Save the Last Dance for Me (The Drifters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #21] Shopping for Clothes (The Coasters)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #22] Spanish Harlem (Ben E. King)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #23] Young Boy Blues (Ben E. King)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #24] Stand by Me (Ben E. King)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #25] Gee Whiz (Carla Thomas)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #26] Saved (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 4 (1957-1960) #27] Just out of Reach (Of My Two Empty Arms) (Solomon Burke)

[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #01] Little Egypt (The Coasters)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #02] Amor (Ben E. King)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #03] Last Night (The Mar-Keys)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #04] I'm Blue (The Ikettes)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #05] You Don't Miss Your Water (William Bell)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #06] I Found a Love (The Falcons)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #07] Cry to Me (Solomon Burke)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #08] Don't Play That Song (You Lied) (Ben E. King)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #09] Green Onions (Booker T. & The MG's)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #10] Up on the Roof (The Drifters)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #11] See See Rider (LaVern Baker)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #12] I (Who Have Nothing) (Ben E. King)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #13] If You Need Me (Solomon Burke)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #14] These Arms of Mine (Otis Redding)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #15] Hello Stranger (Barbara Lewis)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #16] On Broadway (The Drifters)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #17] Just One Look (Doris Troy)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #18] Mashed Potatoes (Nat Kendrick & The Swans)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #19] Land of 1000 Dances (Chris Kenner)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #20] Walkin' the Dog (Rufus Thomas)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #21] Release Me (Esther Phillips)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #22] Mercy, Mercy (Don Covay)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #23] Under the Boardwalk (The Drifters)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #24] And I Love Him (Esther Phillips)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #25] Hold What You've Got (Joe Tex)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #26] Mr. Pitiful (Otis Redding)
[Volume 5 (1961-1965) #27] Baby I'm Yours (Barbara Lewis)

[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #01] Teasin' You (Willie Tee)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #02] Got to Get You off My Mind (Solomon Burke)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #03] I Want to Do Everything for You (Joe Tex)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #04] I've Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #05] A Sweet Woman Like You (Joe Tex)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #06] In the Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #07] See-Saw (Don Covay)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #08] Respect (Otis Redding)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #09] You Don't Know Like I Know (Sam & Dave)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #10] When a Man Loves a Woman (Percy Sledge)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #11] 634-5789 (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #12] Hold On, I'm Comin' (Sam & Dave)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #13] Cool Jerk (The Capitols)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #14] Neighbor, Neighbor (Jimmy Hughes)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #15] Land of 1000 Dances (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #16] Knock on Wood (Eddie Floyd)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #17] Try a Little Tenderness (Otis Redding)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #18] Mustang Sally (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #19] When Something Is Wrong with My Baby (Sam & Dave)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #20] Sweet Soul Music (Arthur Conley)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #21] I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #22] Do Right Woman - Do Right Man (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #23] Show Me (Joe Tex)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #24] Tramp (Otis & Carla)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #25] Funky Broadway (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #26] Hip Hug-Her (Booker T. & The MG's)
[Volume 6 (1965-1967) #27] Soul Man (Sam & Dave)

[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #01] Respect (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #02] (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #03] Soul Finger (The Bar-Kays)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #04] Baby I Love You (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #05] Skinny Legs and All (Joe Tex)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #06] Chain of Fools (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #07] I'm in Love (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #08] Memphis Soul Stew (King Curtis)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #09] (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You've Been Gone (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #10] (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay (Otis Redding)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #11] Tighten Up (Archie Bell & The Drells)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #12] Slip Away (Clarence Carter)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #13] Think (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #14] Too Weak to Fight (Clarence Carter)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #15] Can I Change My Mind (Tyrone Davis)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #16] The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face (Roberta Flack)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #17] Take a Letter Maria (R.B. Greaves)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #18] Rainy Night in Georgia (Brook Benton)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #19] The Ghetto (Donny Hathaway)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #20] Turn Back the Hands of Time (Tyrone Davis)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #21] Compared to What (Les McCann & Eddie Harris)
[Volume 7 (1967-1969) #22] Call Me (Aretha Franklin)

[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #01] Don't Play That Song (You Lied) (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #02] Precious Precious (Jackie Moore)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #03] Groove Me (King Floyd)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #04] Patches (Clarence Carter)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #05] Don't Knock My Love (Part 1) (Wilson Pickett)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #06] Funky Nassau (Parts 1 & 2) (Beginning of the End)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #07] Thin Line Between Love and Hate (The Persuaders)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #08] Rock Steady (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #09] Day Dreamin' (Aretha Franklin)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #10] You've Got a Friend (Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #11] Clean up Woman (Betty Wright)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #12] Could It Be I'm Falling in Love? (The Spinners)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #13] Killing Me Softly with His Song (Roberta Flack)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #14] Where Is the Love? (Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #15] I'll Be Around (The Spinners)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #16] Feel Like Makin' Love (Roberta Flack)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #17] One of a Kind (Love Affair) (The Spinners)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #18] Sideshow (Blue Magic)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #19] Mighty Love (The Spinners)
[Volume 8 (1970-1974) #20] Love Won't Let Me Wait (Major Harris)
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HASH(0x9203ab64) étoiles sur 5 A GOOD SLICE OF AMERICAN R&B FROM ATLANTIC RECORDS 14 décembre 2010
Par Stuart Jefferson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Eight discs-75,73,74,73,74,74,73,73-minutes each approximately. The sound overall is good to very good. There's a pleasant feeling of warmth in the mixes, that has transferred from the original vinyl from years ago. Each disc is in a separate jewel case, and all the cases slip into a box, open at one end. The box itself is either flimsy cardboard or heavy paper stock, depending on how you want to look at it. There's no notes whatsoever except for a list of song titles, composer (s), time, and date, inside the paper title card for each disc. Curiously, there's a list of artists on the bottom of the box-not the best place. But this is the budget UK version of this set that was released a while ago. And the eight discs can still be purchased individually-but this is a better way to go if you're really interested in this music. One good thing is this release has the correct takes of several songs, which in early releases used incorrect versions. It's nice Warner/Rhino UK fixed the problem and owned up to it.

With music this great, where do you start? This collection takes in a lot of fine music (from 1947-1974) that Atlantic Records released, not only to hopefully make some money, but also because the people who ran the company genuinely loved the music. Atlantic was one of the labels that was a cornerstone of r&b for many years. There were a number of other companies releasing r&b, but because this music was truly close to their musical hearts, they had more than their fair share of great artists for a number of years. You can either skip around to your favorite artist/era, or sit down and listen to it chronologically (as I do), which gives a good feel for how the music morphed from greasy, hot, jumping, good time music, to a slightly more refined sound over the years. The era of this set brings in jazz, "race", be-bop, pure r&b, and soul musics, and gives a good look at how the music came to popularity in the bars on jukeboxes, on the radio, and then, in middle America's homes on 45rpm singles.

The long time fan/collector will recognize a number of songs that were popular/famous over the years, but it's the songs by artists like Joe Morris, Don Covay, Willis Jackson, and others that, for whatever reason, didn't receive a lot (if any) airplay on the radio, at least on a national level. From hot, bouncing instrumentals (Frank Culley's "Cole Slaw", "Gator's Groove" by Willis Jackson for example), to more refined sounding arrangements (The Bobette's "Mr. Lee", "The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack), this is a fine overview from one of the best labels of the period.

A lot of well known artists are represented here-Ruth Brown, Professor Longhair, Joe Turner, Ray Charles, The Drifters, The Coasters, Ben E. King, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Sam & Dave, Aretha Franklin, and The Spinners-just to name a few. Along with these come many lesser known artists-like Tiny Grimes, Stick McGhee, Joe Morris, Willis Jackson, Tommy Ridgley, The Cookies, Ivory Joe Hunter, The Mar-Keys, The Falcons, Chris Kenner, Esther Phillips, Barbara Lewis, Don Covay, Eddie Floyd, and Major Lance, and all deliver some very fine r&b, as well as give this set some depth.

This collection can, first and foremost, be enjoyed for the great music it contains. But it can also be used as a gateway to more great music from these artists or, perhaps, others from other labels. Any way you hear this collection, it's a fine set of r&b which belongs in anyone's library of great music. This style of music was truly popular for about the same period (more or less)of this collection, before people moved on to something else. With this set you can relive an important, exciting era of music in America. If this music doesn't get your foot to tapping, or occasionally choke your heart-check your pulse.
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HASH(0x9238c948) étoiles sur 5 Same as the USA version 2 juin 2008
Par PhillyB - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Same as the "old USA" version..no new mastering done. Only difference is the discs have a colored surface to match the label era.

Still a great box, but do not expect better sound quality, perhaps one day they will re-release a superb sound quality version.
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HASH(0x922e1864) étoiles sur 5 Buyer beware! This 2007 (!) set is NOT RE-MASTERED 27 mars 2014
Par greyhoundude - Publié sur Amazon.com
Shame on you, Rhino! This is the same version as the 1991 set from Atlantic, minus the book. No re-mastering whatsoever. Usually Rhino (in this case Rhino/WEA, as it's a UK reissue) can be counted on for superb re-mastering and packaging. I suppose if you're going to rip these discs to your iPod and pump them directly into your ears via headphones, this set is fine. Audiophiles will find this set to be extremely disappointing. Make no mistake...this is an outstanding collection of music, but there are better *sounding* collections of Atlantic/Stax R&B available. Check out SANCTIFIED SOUL and OUR TURN TO CRY on the Ace/Kent label from the UK, as well as the budget package TELL ME WHAT'D I SAY: THE ATLANTIC STORY on the budget One Day label for superior sound. For a good overall collection of classic R&B, including a lot of Atlantic/Stax sides, check out TAKE ME TO THE RIVER: A SOUTHERN SOUL STORY 1961-1977, also on the Ace/Kent label.

Five stars for the music. One star for the lost opportunity to improve the sound and the total lack of liner notes.

NOTE: this set is available as a 10-disc Japanese import, evidently with superior sound, as it has been totally re-mastered. Unfortunately, that release falls out of the budget range of most of us.
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HASH(0x922e1c54) étoiles sur 5 Cheaper packaging saves you money 11 juin 2009
Par JimEddie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the same recording as the USA set, but it is not in a box per se, just a cheap, very thin cardboard slipcover. But it is priced way less ($34 new on Amazon) than the US version, so in my opinion it is a good deal. Also, the CD labels are printed to look like records of the given era, which is a nice touch.
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