1-CD with 12-page booklet, 16 tracks. Playing time approx. 37 mns.
Now here is a genuine one-of-a-kind guy! In 1951 Jimmy Murphy recorded 'Electricity' for RCA. It was half-country, half blues, and it rocked! So, when rock 'n' roll came along, Jimmy thought he'd already invented it. Now on Columbia he cut Sixteen Tons Rock & Roll, Baboon Boogie, My Gal Dotti and several others that were the strangest--and most wonderful hybrid you've ever heard. A total of 16 ultra-rare cuts from 1951-1956, and a must for hillbilly and rockabilly fans, and connoisseurs of the bizarre.
|Sixteen Tons Rock & Roll 1|
|1:||Sixteen Tons Rock'n'Roll|
|2:||My Gal Dottie|
|5:||I'm Looking For A Mustard Patch|
|6:||Put Some Meat On Them Bones|
|7:||Here Kitty Kitty|
|8:||Sweet Sweet Lips (unissued/unveröffentlicht)|
|10:||Big Mama Blues|
|11:||That First Guitar Of Mine|
|12:||Love That Satisfies|
|15:||We Live A Long, Long Time|
|16:||Mother Where Is Your Daughter Tonight|