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Atlantic Rhythm And Blues (8cds) Coffret, Import

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  • CD (9 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 8
  • Format : Coffret, Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000002IRS
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Disque : 1

  1. Lowe Groovin' - Joe Morris
  2. That Old Black Magic - Tiny Grimes
  3. Annie Laurie - Tiny Grimes
  4. Midnight Special - Tiny Grimes
  5. The Applejack - Joe Morris
  6. Cole Slaw - Frank Culley
  7. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Stick McGhee
  8. So Long - Ruth Brown
  9. I'll Get Along Somehow - Ruth Brown
  10. Hey Little Girl - Professor Longhair
  11. Mardi Gras In New Orleans - Professor Longhair
  12. Tee Nah Nah - Harry Van Walls
  13. Danny Boy - Al Hibbler
  14. Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere - Joe Morris
  15. Teardrops From My Eyes - Ruth Brown
  16. One Monkey Don't Stop No Show - Stick McGhee
  17. Don't You Know I Love You - The Clovers
  18. Shouldn't I Know - The Cardinals
  19. The Chill Is On - Joe Turner
  20. Chains Of Love - Joe Turner
  21. Fool, Fool, Fool - Clovers
  22. One Mint Julep - Clovers
  23. Wheel Of Fortune - The Cardinals
  24. Sweet Sixteen - Joe Turner
  25. 5-10-15 Hours - Ruth Brown
  26. Gator's Groove - Willis Jackson

Disque : 2

  1. Ting-A-Ling - The Clovers
  2. Daddy Daddy - Ruth Brown
  3. The Midnight Hour - Ray Charles
  4. A Beggar For Your Kisses - The Diamonds
  5. Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean - Ruth Brown
  6. Good Lovin' - The Clovers
  7. Wild Wild Young Men - Ruth Brown
  8. Mess Around - Ray Charles
  9. Honey Hush - Joe Turner
  10. Soul On Fire - LaVern Baker
  11. Money Honey - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
  12. Lovey Dovey - The Clovers
  13. Such A Night - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
  14. Tipitina - Professor Longhair
  15. White Christmas - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
  16. Honey Love - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
  17. Whatcha Gonna Do? - Clyde McPhatter & The Drifters
  18. Shake, Rattle & Roll - Joe Turner
  19. Sh-Boom - The Chords
  20. Oh What A Dream - Ruth Brown
  21. Jam Up - Tommy Ridgley
  22. After The Lights Go Down Low - Al Hibbler
  23. Tomorrow Night - LaVern Baker
  24. Tweedlee Dee - LaVern Baker
  25. I Got A Woman - Ray Charles
  26. Greenbacks - Ray Charles

Disque : 3

  1. The Door Is Still Open - The Cardinals
  2. Flip Flop And Fly - Joe Turner
  3. A Fool For You - Ray Charles
  4. This Little Girl Of Mine - Ray Charles
  5. Play It Fair - LaVern Baker
  6. Adorable - The Drifters
  7. Smokey Joe's Cafe - Robins
  8. Ruby Baby - Drifters
  9. In Paradise - Cookies
  10. The Chicken And The Hawk - Joe Turner
  11. Devil Or Angel - Clovers
  12. Drown In My Own Tears - Ray Charles
  13. Hallelujah, I Love Her So - Ray Charles
  14. Jim Dandy - LaVern Baker
  15. Down In Mexico - COASTERS
  16. Corrine Corrina - Joe Turner
  17. Treasure of Love - Clyde McPhatter
  18. Love, Love, Love - Cloves
  19. It's Too Late - Chuck Willis
  20. Lonely Avenue - Ray Charles
  21. Since I Met You Baby - Ivory Joe Hunter
  22. Lucky Lips - Ruth Brown
  23. Without Love (There Is Nothing) - Clyde McPhatter
  24. Fools Fall In Love - Drifters
  25. Midnight Special Train - Joe Turner
  26. Empty Arms - Ivory Joe Hunter
  27. C.C.Rider - Chuck Willis
  28. Searchin' - COASTERS

Disque : 4

  1. Young Blood - COASTERS
  2. Mr. Lee - Bobbettes
  3. Long Lonely Nights - Clyde McPhatter
  4. Betty And Dupree - Chuck Willis
  5. What Am I livin' For? - Chuck Willis
  6. Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes - Chuck Willis
  7. Yakety Yak - COASTERS
  8. A Lover's Question - Clyde McPhatter
  9. I Cried A Tear - LaVern Baker
  10. The Right Time - Ray Charles
  11. Charlie Brown - COASTERS
  12. What'd I Say (Parts 1&2) - Ray Charles
  13. There Goes My Baby - Drifters
  14. Along Came Jones - COASTERS
  15. Let The Good Times Roll - Ray Charles
  16. Poison Ivy - COASTERS
  17. Dance With Me - Drifters
  18. Just For A Thrill - Ray Charles
  19. This Magic Moment - Drifters
  20. Save The Last Dance For Me - Drifters
  21. Shopping For Clothes - COASTERS
  22. Spanish Harlem - Ben E. King
  23. Young Boy Blues - Ben E. King
  24. Stand By Me - Ben E. King
  25. Gee Whiz - Carla Thomas
  26. Saved - LaVern Baker
  27. Just Out Of Reach (Of My Empty Arms) - Solomon Burke

Disque : 5

  1. Little Egypt - COASTERS
  2. Amor - Ben E. King
  3. Last Night - Mar-Keys
  4. I'm Blue - Ikettes
  5. You Don't Miss Your Water - William Bell
  6. I Found A Love - Falcons
  7. Cry To Me - Solomon Burke
  8. Don't Play That Song (You Lied) - Ben E. King
  9. Green Onions - Booker T. & The M.G's
  10. Up On The Roof - Drifters
  11. See See Rider - LaVern Baker
  12. I (Who Have Nothing) - Ben E. King
  13. If You Need Me - Solomon Burke
  14. These Arms Of Mine - Otis Reding
  15. Hello Stranger - Barbara Lewis
  16. On Broadway - Drifters
  17. Just One Look - Doris Troy
  18. Mashed Potatoes - Nat Kendricks & The Swans
  19. Land of a 1000 Dances - Chris Kenner
  20. Walkin' The Dog - Rufus Thomas
  21. Release Me - Esther Phillips
  22. Mercy, Mercy - Don Covay
  23. Under The Boardwalk - Drifters
  24. And I love Him - Esther Phillips
  25. Hold What You've Got - Joe Tex
  26. Mr. Pitiful - Otis Redding
  27. Baby I'm Yours - Barbara Lewis

Disque : 6

  1. Teasin' You - Willie Tee
  2. Got To Get You Off My Mind - Solomon Burke
  3. I Want To Do Everything For You - Joe Tex
  4. I've Been Loving You Too Long - Otis Reding
  5. A Sweet Woman Like You - Joe Tex
  6. In The Midnight Hour - Wilson Pickett
  7. See-Saw - Don Convay
  8. Respect - Otis Redding
  9. You Don't Know Like I Know - Sam & Dave
  10. When A Man Loves A Woman - Percy Sledge
  11. 634-5789 - Wilson Pickett
  12. Hold On, I'm Comin' - Sam & Dave
  13. Cool Jerk - Capitols
  14. Neighbor, Neighbor - Jimmy Hughes
  15. Land Of A 1000 Dances - Wilson Pickett
  16. Knock On Wood - Eddie Floyd
  17. Try A Little Tenderness - Otis Redding
  18. Mustang Sally - Wilson Pickett
  19. When Something Is Wrong With My Baby - Sam & Dave
  20. Sweet Soul Music - Arthur Conley
  21. I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You) - Aretha Franklin
  22. Do Right Woman-Do Right Man - Aretha Franklin
  23. Show Me - Joe Tex
  24. Tramp - Otis & Carla
  25. Funky Broadway - Wilson Pickett
  26. Hip Hug-Her - Booker T. & The M.G's
  27. Soul Man - Sam & Dave

Disque : 7

  1. Respect - Aretha Franklin
  2. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman - Aretha Franklin
  3. Soul Finger - Bar-Keys
  4. Baby I Love You - Aretha Franklin
  5. Skinny Legs And All - Joe Tex
  6. Chain Of Fools - Aretha Franklin
  7. I'm In Love - Wilson Pickett
  8. Memphis Soul Stew - King Curtis
  9. Since You've Been Gone - Aretha Franklin
  10. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Otis Redding
  11. Tighten Up - Archie Bell & The Drells
  12. Slip Away - Clarence Carter
  13. Think - Aretha Franklin
  14. Too Weak To Fight - Clarence Carter
  15. Can I Change My Mind - Tyrone Davis
  16. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack
  17. Take A Letter, Maria - R.B. Greaves
  18. Rainy Night In Georgia - Brook Benton
  19. The Ghetto - Donny Hathaway
  20. Turn Back The Hands Of Time - Tyrone Davis
  21. Compared To What - Les McCann & Eddie Harris
  22. Call Me - Aretha Franklin

Disque : 8

  1. Don't Play That Song (You Lied) - Aretha Franklin
  2. Precious Precious - Jackie Moore
  3. Groove Me - King Floyd
  4. Patches - Clerance Carter
  5. Don't Knock My Love (part 1) - Wilson Pickett
  6. Funky Nassau - Beginning Of The End
  7. Thin Line Between Love and Hate - Persuaders
  8. Rock Steady - Aretha Franklin
  9. Day Dreamin' - Aretha Franklin
  10. You've Got A Friend - Robert Flack & Donny Hathaway
  11. Clean Up Woman - Betty Wright
  12. Could It Be I'm Falling In Love - Spinners
  13. Killing Me Softly With His Song - Roberta Flack
  14. Where Is The Love - Robert Flack & Donny Hathaway
  15. I'll Be Around - Spinners
  16. Feel Like Makin' Love - Roberta Flack
  17. One Of A Kind - Spinners
  18. Sideshow - Blue Magic
  19. Mighty Love - Spinners
  20. Love Won't Let Me Wait - Major Harris

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11 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par F. Barros le 23 décembre 2001
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Say Hello To A Good Buy! 21 août 2001
Par R. Mix - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Atlantic Records has the richest, most-luminous recorded archives in the history of American music--with the possible exception of Chess Records.

I don't actually have this box set. (I have the seven-volume set on vinyl which was re-released in the mid-eighties.) But the track listing remains the same, and the music is beyond compare.

Any box set worth the price of admission should illuminate. Not just regurgitate hits, but serve-up worthy, but largely-unknown, nuggets. It should tell a story.

And this does.

From Tommy Ridgley's "Jam Up" to the Persuaders' "Fine Line Between Love and Hate" to well-known hits by Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, Otis Redding, the Spinners and LaVern Baker, this is no less than a music appreciation course on compact disc. A history of rhythm and blues' fascinating transformation into soul.

The words 'classic' and 'absolutely essential' are laughably over-used, but they genuinely apply to this box. Shame on amazon.com for not naming this an essential recording. Aside from food, water and oxygen, it doesn't get any more essential than this.

Or put another way, I'd marry--sight unseen--any woman with this in her collection. It (and she, no doubt) are that good.
29 internautes sur 29 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
"Atlantic leads the field in rhythm & blues." 10 juin 2005
Par Josh P. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
So it says on a 1950s-era paper sleeve for an Atlantic Records single. When you think about it from what you heard, what you saw, and what is in the stats, it's not just a simple promotional phrase. Rhythm and blues was increasingly making its mark on music at the close of the `40s and into the '50s. This kind of music was being marketed by small independent labels that
came out by the dozen starting in the few short years after World War II. When you take a couple of all around great guys who absolutely love music, a musical trend that was just waiting to grow from its tiny seed to something no one at the time knew it would grow into a monster, a $10,000 loan from a dentist, lo and behold you got a label that smells of success. From that, in
October 1947, Atlantic was born. This mammoth box set practically takes you on a dazzling musical journey of the label's roots in R&B and flows through the years showing how it progressed. Chronicling 27 golden years, the 203 selections presented indicate the immeasurable impact R&B from
Atlantic made on 20th century American music.

Disc One (1947-1952) features some of the first historic cuts that weren't exactly fully jazz or fully bop but something totally new with a great, fresh tinge with artists like Joe Morris, Stick McGhee, Ruth Brown, The Clovers and some early Joe Turner. Disc Two (1952-1954) continues on and features
this new sound becoming hot and ever growing into something too big to ignore among disc jockeys and R&B jukeboxes. Artists include Ray Charles, Ruth Brown, Joe Turner, and Clyde McPhatter & the Drifters. Discs Three (1955-1957) and Four (1957-1960) shows how R&B made the crossover to white audiences and these records were selling fast. We see Ray Charles thrive as "the genius" along with Clyde McPhatter, LaVern Baker, a fun-loving group called the Coasters, the "new" Drifters, Chuck Willis and
more. Disc Five (1961-1965) sees R&B getting a bit pop tinged on Ben E. King's and the Drifters' recordings. However there's still plenty of raw, gritty R&B being pumped out as we hear the sound of southern R&B courtesy of the new partnership with Stax/Volt Records featuring the Mar-Keys, Booker T. & the M.G.s and Otis Redding. Disc Six (1965-1967) is arguably the best
disc in the whole set. Reason being is with the help of Stax/Volt, with many famous cuts from them, R&B turned into soul. Among the Stax/Volt greats are Otis Redding, Sam & Dave, Eddie Floyd, and Booker T. and the M.G.s. Also there are the big smashes of Wilson Pickett, Percy Sledge, Arthur Conley, Aretha Franklin, Joe Tex and more. It's probably the most excitable disc, no doubt. Discs Seven (1967-1969) and Eight (1970-1974)
display the continuation of gritty `60s soul, with the thriving of Aretha, the Bar-Kays, Clarence Carter, Archie Bell, Tyrone Davis and more, to the closing of an era glistened with some `70s funk and smooth soul from King Floyd, Betty Wright, Roberta Flack, the Persuaders, the Spinners and more.

There is so much to be said about this marvelous box set. Each CD has more than 20 songs, most have more than 25 and clock in with more than 70 minutes of music on each disc. It goes pretty fast once you start getting into the music and you absolutely can. It will make you dance like wild, bring a smile to your face, a tear to your eye, make you laugh, sing along, reminisce, think, and dream. This is music; this was it was lived, breathed, ate, drank and slept. The influence of rhythm and blues on American music can not be measured for without it, what would music be, and without Ahmet and his founding Atlantic, how could music have thrived in this country? The answer, in my opinion: it would never, ever, EVER have been the same. Every single song on here is a masterpiece in its own way. Together this whole box set DOES reflect every human emotion ever known from celebrating life, finding love then losing it, happy, sad, dancing, etc. You name it; it's got it. I have never seen a box set so comprehensive; it puts other box sets, with the exception of "Stax/Volt Singles, Vol. 1", to absolute shame! Again, these songs reflect what we experience every day. Too numerous to mention, though. This box set is as all-American as the 4th of July, apple pie, hot dogs, a great old movie, cruising in a hot rod, ice cream cones, walks in the park, the joys of summer, young love, and just plain being alive. This is also practically a crash course on the history of 20th century American music, not just R&B. In fact, I highly recommend schools and colleges purchase this box set to offer as examples in music courses and in music research projects. If they were to construct a time capsule filled with items representing all the major events of the 20th century, this box set would definetly be in there. What's not to love about it? There's a 30-page booklet included with stories about all the artists and the songs, photographs plus the entire song list featuring who played on what song and where and when the songs were recorded. The inserts for the discs (individual cover art) shows very colorful picture collages. The cover art of the box itself is the most obvious, but the most ingenious. At first glance, it looks like it should be "The Atlantic Records Story" and, in a way, it's true. That giant Atlantic label is like a big invitation to a musical journey that will leave you speechless at the end. Even if you're not an R&B fan, this will change the way you feel about it for not only did these people play and sing from the heart but most essentially the soul. Take this music to a party and tell your friends about this musical treasure chest. If you had to purchase one CD box set in your lifetime, this is the quintessential pick, hands down! It's a rare worthwhile investement and something you'll want to keep forever! This did get a Grammy when initially released in 1985 for Best Historical Album. The sound quality is quite excellent for 1991 remastering. It can sound best on a system with much bass boost. Truly for the collector! It's a celebration of every aspect, genre and sub-genre of R&B, a celebration of music, musical history, life, Ahmet Ertegun (on my list of all-time musical geniuses), and arguably the greatest name in rhythm & blues and the record business: ATLANTIC.
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A definitive collection from R & B's defining label 17 décembre 2001
Par A Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
What does one say about an eight CD, 203 track collection from the most important rhythm and blues label? The first word is `definitive', the second is `superb.'
The Atlantic label under Ahmet Ertegun assembled one of the richest archives of tracks of any company and this collection serves up an amazing swathe through thirty years of popular music revealing along the way the development of the musical sound we now call R & B. Along with well known artists and tracks there are lesser known tracks by the greats ("Drown In My Own Tears" recorded by Ray Charles an excellent example), tracks you recognise but never knew the artist ("Lucky Lips" by Ruth Brown) and unknown gems (hard to specify since you might have known about Ivory Joe Turner while personally his "Empty Arms" was a surprise to me.)
Personally I found the first CD good for historical reasons; to hear the Chicago based Atlantic sound emerge from the more southern soul sound. The eighth and final CD is a testament to how far down a good label can go when it is immersed in a corporate environment. The words `disco' and `dreck' spring to mind. Why Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway felt they needed to cut such a woeful version of "You've Got A Friend", but even at the last there are jewels such as a few good tracks from the "Spinners"
The six in between are perfection. Think of an R & B artist and chances are there are at least two or three tracks of theirs in the collection. Ray Charles, The Drifters (fronted by both Clyde McPhatter and Ben E. King), Joe Turner, LaVern Baker, The Coasters, Solomon Burke, Joe Tex, Eddie Floyd, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, Aretha Franklin, Sam & Dave - and that's just hitting the highlights.
This collection goes beyond essential. Anyone who professes a love or understanding of popular music needs this set.
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The Ultimate No-Brainer!!! 25 octobre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This box set contains over 175 hits from the Atlantic/Atco/Stax/Volt/Cotillion family of labels. It's incredible! It puts that "Dick Clark Time-Life Rock And Roll" collection you see advertised on TV to shame! The 12x12 book that comes with this set is fantastic too! A real education about the times and the tunes. Disc 1 is of particular interest now that there seems to be a jump/swing/R&B revival now with the likes of The Brian Setzer Orch, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, etc. Pass on the imitators, and get the originators!! So many classic tracks, like: "Beggar For Your Kisses", "Cole Slaw", "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee", "Smokey Joe's Cafe", "On Broadway", "Rainy Night In Georgia", "Take A Letter Maria", "Dock Of The Bay", "Compared To What", "Jim Dandy", "I'll Be Around", etc etc etc. Some of the artists represented: Drifters, Joe Tex, Spinners, Coasters, Ray Charles, Aretha, Professor Longhair, Joe Turner, etc. This set is worth every penny! If you love oldies from the late '40's up until just before disco took over, you MUST own this one! It's a set of discs that will be in your CD player more than any other! You will never ever get tired of this one, and I'm not over-exaggerating! A set that surpasses superlatives. Beautiful.
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This Is THE REAL DEAL. Now one of my favorite box sets 11 mai 2005
Par John F. Catterall - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
As the title suggests, the tracks are spread out over the 8 discs in chronological order and I am equally impressed with the early cuts as I am with the smattering of 60s Soul artists that comprise several volumes(namely Vols. 5,6 & 7). You will find some duplication of tracks if you own THE COMPLETE STAX/VOLT SINGLES: 1959-1968. However, don't despair,even with some Stax representation; Atlantic's early gems from the likes of Joe Turner, Ray Charles, The Drifters, Ben E. King & Solomon Burke(to name a few)make this set is a labor of love that ebbs & flows with great jump blues, ballads, street corner harmony & tear the roof off soul scorchers. All the major artists are represented along with some great 1 hit wonders like Arthur Conley's "Sweet Soul Music" King Floyd's "Groove Me" or how 'bout Archie Bell & The Drells "Tighten Up" The point I'm trying to convey is the stylistic depth of this collection is enourmous yet the transition between discs isn't spotty. It's a connect the dots lesson in Black music from The Clovers to The Spinners. This is some of the greatest music ever recorded in the 20th century, period.
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