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Nappy Brown - Night Time Is The Right Time (2009)

14-10-2014, 04:11
Music | Blues



Nappy Brown - Night Time Is The Right Time (2009)


Artist: Nappy Brown
Title Of Album: Night Time Is The Right Time
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Savoy Jazz
Genre: Blues, Jump Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 95:26 Min
Total Size: 238 Mb

Tracklist:

CD 1
1. Don't Be Angry
2. I Wonder (What's Wrong With Me)
3. Two Faced Woman (And A Lyin' Man)
4. That Man
5. Just A Little Love
6. Is It Really You
7. Piddily Patter Patter
8. I'm In The Mood
9. Well, Well, Well Baby La
10. Open Up That Door
11. I'm Getting Lonesome
12. My Baby
13. Goody Goody Gum Drop
14. A Long Time
15. Bye, Bye Baby
16. Am I
17. Love Baby
18. Pleasin' You

CD 2
1. I'm Gonna Get You
2. I Cried Like A Baby
3. The Right Time
4. There'll Come A Day
5. It Don't Hurt No More
6. Baby-Cry-Cry-Baby
7. Love Locks
8. Down In The Alley
9. Baby, I Got News For You
10. Little By Little
11. The Hole I'm In
12. Skidy Woe
13. I've Had My Fun
14. Didn't You Know
15. Coal Miner
16. The Lock On The Door
17. So Glad I Don't Have To Cry No More
18. Any Time Is The Right Time

Nappy Brown began his career as one of early rock's best vocalists. "Don't Be Angry," the 1955 breakthrough that kicks off this double-disc set of 36 sides for the Savoy label, displays his brilliant stylistic tics: melismas, stutters, a powerhouse vibrato, and the trademark "li-li-li-li-li" that he used to make his steel-edged baritone recognizable to the teen audience. These were techniques he adapted from singing in church as a boy in North Carolina and, later, touring in gospel groups. They served him well. "Don't Be Angry" reached the top of the R&B chart and became a No. 25 pop hit. But this is the eight-year story of how he became one of the great blues shouters of the 1950s, along with Wynonie Harris and Roy Brown. After tunes like disc one's "Goody Goody Gum Drop" threatened to turn his rubber-lipped fillips to self-parody, Brown matched his roots in spiritual singing to the corporal themes of the blues--much as Ray Charles did to ignite soul music. The result was hard-hitting numbers like disc two's "Down in the Alley" and "Baby, I Got News for You." These still ring with maturity and depth--and rock the house--40 years later. (Ted Drozdowski)





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