There's something for R&B, blues, and soul fans of all persuasions on this anthology spotlighting various New Orleans artists who recorded for the Ron label in the late '50s and early '60s. There were celebrities like pianist Professor Longhair and the sultry soul queen Irma Thomas, country/rockabilly singers like Warren Lee, novelty specialist Chris Kenner, and shouters such as Bobby Mitchell.
Those tracks were digitally transferred from 45rpm records. Original recordings produced by Ron Records, New Orleans, Louisiana, except for B4 which was produced by Sho' Biz Productions.
We Got A Party! The Best Of Ron Records Volume 1 from Warren Lee () (LP). Artists W Warren Lee We Got A Party! The Best Of Ron Records Volume 1. 1. Releases.
Various Artists - Kev Beadle presents Private Collection Vol. 3 Various Artists. Lost Without You DJ Vadim & Blackstone. Joey Negro and Sean P present The Best of Disco Spectrum Joey Negro. Kev Beadle Presents The Best Of Inner City Records Various Artists. Once Upon A Time In The North Dalindèo. From The Archive compiled by Volcov Various Artists. Johnny D presents Disco Jamms Vol. 1 Various Artists. Loaded Dice Bara Bröst. The Best Of Disco Demands - A Collection Of Rare 1970s Dance Music - Compiled By Al Kent Various Artists. I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own b/w Don't You Worry Baby Sandy Barber. Soul Movement vol I Beatchild.
Performer: Various Artists
Title: The Best of Ron Records, Vol. 1: We Got a Party
Style: Early R&B
Size MP3: 1504 mb
Size FLAC: 1295 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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