SHORTY LONG – Here Comes The Judge [1968]


“Alabama singer, musician and composer Shorty Long relocated to Detroit, after touring with The Ink Spots. He was signed to Harvey Fuqua’s Tri-Phi label, where he released three singles that did not chart. When Fuqua sold his business to Berry Gordy, Long became a Motown artist. More singles followed with little success on the subsidiary label Soul, starting in 1964 with “Devil in the Blue Dress”, which Mitch Ryder covered and turned into a huge hit. Long had to wait until 1968 for a change of luck, when his funky composition “Here Comes the Judge” went to the Top 10. Motown rush-released an album, with all the singles and new songs. The following year, after recording his second album (which he also produced, a privilege that only Smokey Robinson had at Motown, by then), Long died in a boating accident on the Detroit river.”

Now! Here’s pretty fine slice of sweet 60’s R&B/Soul music for your sweet summer vacation. Vinyl Rip! Ain’t no justice? Here comes Mr.Eliminator, Dig!!!

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The Betterdays vs The Clique [UK 60’s Freakbeat/R&B]

Betterdays Howlin-1 Betterdays Howlin-2 R-1819703-1307177628Already have posted this stuff on my old site but now it’s back by popular demand! These two elpees were issued in ’95/’96 by Dig The Fuzz records. Both groups cut only couple of 7”s back in ’64/’65 and shared the stages with acts as Pretty Things, Downliners Sect, The Action, Poets, Bo Street Runners… So you now what to expect: Wyld UK R&B/Beat!!! Sound optimization by Mr.Eliminator. Dig The Fuzz!!!

Spoonful R&B/Exotica vol.1-8

Enjoy amazing and danceable tunes from the late 50s and early 60s – a handful of popcorn dancefloor smashes, a few grinding tittyshakers, awesome rhythm & blues – most of them with an exotic twist! 12 trax on each volume. Only on Surfadelic, Dig!

[Warning! : Katanga LP volume is different than CD version I’ve posted before]

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Ohhhh baby!!! With Katanga! Another potent mixture of sweet Popcorn, wild Tittyshakers, hip Exotica (non-Muzak-style )and Rhythm & Blues Mambo-style! This is finger snappin’, toe tappin’, hip jigglin’, booty shakin’ madness of the highest order! This is one greasy, sweat soaked, sexy dance party! Move to the groove, baby!!!

01. Lecuona Cuban Boys – Tabu 
02. The Altecs – Gorilla Hunt 
03. Johnny McBee – Nothing But Love 
04. The Finger Cymbals – Prowl 
05. Eddie Baxter – Fortune Cookie Pt. 1 
06. Artie Barsamin & His Orchestra – Nene Aman 
07. Bill Haley & The Comets – Hawk
08. Billy Ball – African Surprise 
09. The Nomads – Icky Poo 
10. The Dootones – Ay Si Si (Mambo) 
11. Lord Creator – Big Bamboo
12. Kai Winding – Comin’ Home Baby 
13. George Allan – Come On Home
14. Otis Blackwell – Let The Daddy Hold You 
15. The Sheiks – Bagdad Rock 
16. Ray Smith – Makes Me Feel Good
17. The Valiants – Serpents & Spiders
18. Vernon Green & The Medaillions – A Lover’s Prayer
19. Johnny Wells – Lonely Moon
20. Jerry Reed – Rockin’ In Bagdad 
21. Little Willie John – Katanga 
22. Bob Ridgeley – She Was A Mau Mau 
23. Sil Austin – Hey Eula 
24. The Calvanes – Anna Macora 
25. Gene Summers – Taboo
26. Big Maybelle – Going Home Baby
27. Buddy Ace – True Love Money Can’t Buy
28. Ronnie Hawkins – Hey Boba Lu 
29. The Invictas – Samoa 
30. Piney Brown – Cream In My Coffee (Sugar In My Tea) 
31. Gabriel And The Angels – Hey 
32. Sounds Incorporated – Taboo 



100% Bona-Fide Rhythm & Blues!

Collection of hot 50’s/60’s R&B rockers in these two volumes issued in 1986. Here you gotta dance to the beat of Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, H-Bomb Ferguson, Kid Thomas, J.J. Jackson, Dr.Ross, Jerry McCain, Andre Williams, Rosco Gordon, The 5 Royales, Cal Green and others. Wyld bunch of real fine black Rock’n’Roll/R&B stompers! Dig!

Vol.1                                      Vol.2