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The "Blowing The Fuse" series imaginatively compiles R&B tracks in splendid sound & detail, assembled by Canadian collector & DJ Dave "Daddy Cool" Booth and knowledgeably annotated by Hank Williams-biographer Colin Escott. The music comes from the dawn of the Post-War R&B era in 1945 and continues through to 1960! Other labels lift photos from old books & magazines and commission quickie liner notes that tell you little or nothing and often get it wrong. This series has detailed song-by-song notes, stories behind the songs and incredible never-before-seen photos in huge booklets so big they won't fit inside a standard jewelbox. Each comes in a specially designed DigiPac. These are true, properly thought-out compilations in the spirit of Guy Stevens, Paul Oliver, Mike Leadbitter and the others who compiled groundbreaking blues/R&B LPs back in the 1960s and 1970s.

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1) Speedoo
2) Pretty Thing
3) The Great Pretender
4) I Want to Do More
5) Why Do Fools Fall in Love
6) Jivin' Around - Part 1
7) Eddie My Love
8) Smokestack Lightnin'
9) Try Rock and Roll
10) Drown in My Own Tears
11) We Go Together
12) Long Tall Sally
13) Please Please Please
14) I'm in Love Again
15) Boogie Woogie Country Girl
16) Treasure of Love
17) Little Girl of Mine
18) Fever
19) Roll Over Beethoven
20) It's Too Late
21) Let the Good Times Roll
22) Rip It Up
23) In the Still of the Night
24) Honky Tonk - Part 1
25) Honky Tonk - Part 2
26) Stranded in the Jungle
27) A Thousand Miles Away
28) You've Got Me Dizzy
29) (Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone
30) Pack Fair and Square

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