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The HALLOFFAME music series is a great way to explore and discovery the origins of our collective recorded music history. The series has been lovingly remastered, giving new life to the original tracks and allowing them to sound as they never have before! 

Rhythm and blues is a genre of popular African-American music that originated in the 1940s. The term was used by record companies to describe recordings marketed predominantly to African Americans, at a time when urbane, rocking, jazz based music with a heavy, insistent beat was becoming more popular. R&B lyrical themes often encapsulate the African-American experience of pain and the quest for freedom and joy. Here we chronicle the beginnings of a genre that would one day become the baseline for all others.


01 The Midnight Hour Ray Charles

02 Daddy Daddy Ruth Brown

03 Ting A Ling The Clovers

04 A Beggar For Your Kisses

The Diamonds

05 Gator’s Groove

Willis Gator Jackson

06 The Chill Is On Big Joe Turner

07 Wheel Of Fortune The Cardinals

08 One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show Sticks McGhee

09 Anytime Anyplace Anywhere

Joe Morris

10 Danny Boy Al Hibbler

11 Tee Nah Nah Harry Van Wallis

12 Hey Little Girl Professor Longhair

13 Cole Slaw Frank Culley

14 Midnight Special Tiny Grimes

15 Flamingo Earl Bostic

16 Love Machine Wynonie Harris

17 Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lloyd Price

18 Juke Little Walter

19 Feelin’ Good

Little Junior’s Blue Flames

20 Money Honey The Drifters  

Total Playing Time: 57:04

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