Rhythm & Blues [2/13 – 2/19]

17 Feb

Rhythm & Blues traces its roots to early American blues and gospel, and grew into its
own full-fledged genre after it emerged from the boogie-woogie piano playing style
of New Orleans and the big bands of the 1940s. In the 1950s and 1960s, it spread the
world over. Join us this week as we soak up the soulful sounds of Rhythm & Blues,
from its home in New Orleans to Africa and South America.

1 Sharon & Dap Kings 100 Days, 100 Nights Rhythm and Blues  Putumayo USA 3:46
2 Quantic Soul Orchestra feat. Kabir Who Knows Tropidelico / Rhythm and Blues Tru Thoughts / Putumayo UK / Peru / Colombia / Panama / Puerto Rico 3:40
3 Asa 360° Asa Naïve Nigeria / France 3:31
4 Belo with Andy Barrow Ayiti Leve Alo Haiti: Mountains Beyond Mountains Soley Sounds Haiti 4:21
5 Toots and the Maytals I Gotta Woman Light Your Light Concord Music Group Jamaica 3:28
6 Angelique Kidjo feat. John Legend Move On Up Oyo Naïve Benin / USA 3:45
7 Sam Moore, Keb’ Mo and Angie Stone Wang Dang Doodle Randy Jackson’s Music Club / Rhythm and Blues Concord Records / Putumayo USA 4:07
8 Ruth Brown I Don’t Know Miss Rhythm (Greatest Hits and More) Rhino USA 3:03
9 James Hunter ‘Til Your Fool Comes Home People Gonna Talk / Rhythm and Blues Rounder Records / Putumayo England 2:32
10 Lavelle White I’ve Never Found a Man to Love It Haven’t Been Easy / Rhythm and Blues Discovery Records / Putumayo USA 3:46
11 Mandingda feat. Derek Martin If You Want Me to Stay Mandingda AYAM Senegal / Gambia / Mali 4:12
12 Zraumwohnung Jemand Fährt Es Wird Morgen It-Sounds Germany 4:30
13 Mamani Keita Yelema Yelema Universal Music France Mali 4:41
14 Irma Thomas with Henry Butler River Is Waiting Simply Grand / Rhythm and Blues Rounder Records / Putumayo USA 4:03