Western swing with big-band horn arrangements? Hank Penny writing jump-blues? In the '50s, country artists started smashing all boundaries, letting blues, jazz, rockabilly and pop into their sound. These 24 examples were selected for maximum dance-floor action: Hillbilly Fever Spade Cooley; Bloodshot Eyes Hank Penny; Deep South Merle Travis; Car Hoppin' Mama Hawkshaw Hawkins; Take It Away, Leon Leon McAuliffe; Cadillac in Model "A" Bob Wills; Done Gone Crazy Lee Bonds; Night Train to Memphis Red Foley/Roberta Lee; Stop Whistlin' Wolf Maddox Brothers & Rose, and more club-friendly double-vinyl!
Leon Mcauliffe - Take It Away, Leon
Wade Ray - Idaho Red
Billy Strange - The Devil In Me
Rosalie Allen - It'D Surprise You
Hawkshaw Hawkins - Car Hoppin' Mama
Pee Wee King & The Golden West Cowboys - I Don't Mind
Eddy Arnold & Jaye P Morgan - Do You Love Me?
Nita, Rita & Ruby - Rock Love
Arlie Duff - Lie Detector
Tom Tall & Ginny Right - Boom Boom Boomerang
Tennessee Ernie Ford - Kiss Me Big
Spade Cooley - Rhumba Boogie
Hank Penny & Jaye P Morgan - You Played On My Piano
Cliffie Stone & His Orchestra - Barracuda
Pee Wee King & His Band - Catty Town
Maddox Brothers & Rose - Stop Whistlin' Wolf
The Nettles Sisters - Real Gone Jive
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys - Cadillac In Model "A"
Merle Travis - Deep South
Red Foley & Roberta Lee - Night Train To Memphis
Spade Cooley - Hillbilly Fever
Hank Penny - Bloodshot Eyes
Bob Newman - Hangover Boogie
Lee Bonds - Done Gone Crazy
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.