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On The Dancefloor With A Fingersnap: 31 Pops To Make The Party Shake! - In the CD series 'On The Dancefloor With...' featuring the best danceable music, Bear Family Recordsr here deals with those songs that are accompanied by a percussive finger snap. -Everybody knows Fever, the umpteen times covered cool anthem. We offer Peggy Lee's great version - and that's just one example. -Without giving too much away, the album delivers irresistible grooves and songs by Joe Henderson, the Coasters, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Haley, Dean Reed, Pat Morrissey and even B.B. King, Roger Miller and many others. -Chicago music historian Bill Dahl has written the detailed liner notes in the illustrated booklet to this CD compiled by Nico Feuerbach. Never underestimate the percussive power of the simple fingerpop. Snapping one's digits while listening to a cool melody can be tremendously satisfying and more than a little therapeutic - and this collection will have you doing precisely that from one end of it's expertly curated songstack to the other. From deep-voiced Joe Henderson's '62 smash Snap Your Fingers and The Coasters' hipster streetlife vignette Three Cool Cats to Tennessee Ernie Ford's immortal Sixteen Tons and Peggy Lee's slinky Fever, you'll find the whole thing hard to resist. Not every selection is as well-known as those classics - obscurities by Pat Morrissey, Al Brown & His Tunetoppers, Dean Reed, Birdie Green, and Bill Haley and His Comets are but a few of it's happy surprises (and you haven't lived until you've heard blues immortal B.B. King take on 16 Tons). They're interspersed with more familiar inclusions by Ronnie Love, Connie Francis, Little Willie John, Roger Miller, LaVern Baker, and Chicago rock and roller Steve King (Satan Is Her Name) that'll have you sharpening up your fingers in delighted anticipation of snapping along. So get ready to get cool when you drop this disc in your changer - you'll be fingerpopping like a pro!
On The Dancefloor With A Fingersnap: 31 Pops To Make The Party Shake! - In the CD series 'On The Dancefloor With...' featuring the best danceable music, Bear Family Recordsr here deals with those songs that are accompanied by a percussive finger snap. -Everybody knows Fever, the umpteen times covered cool anthem. We offer Peggy Lee's great version - and that's just one example. -Without giving too much away, the album delivers irresistible grooves and songs by Joe Henderson, the Coasters, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Haley, Dean Reed, Pat Morrissey and even B.B. King, Roger Miller and many others. -Chicago music historian Bill Dahl has written the detailed liner notes in the illustrated booklet to this CD compiled by Nico Feuerbach. Never underestimate the percussive power of the simple fingerpop. Snapping one's digits while listening to a cool melody can be tremendously satisfying and more than a little therapeutic - and this collection will have you doing precisely that from one end of it's expertly curated songstack to the other. From deep-voiced Joe Henderson's '62 smash Snap Your Fingers and The Coasters' hipster streetlife vignette Three Cool Cats to Tennessee Ernie Ford's immortal Sixteen Tons and Peggy Lee's slinky Fever, you'll find the whole thing hard to resist. Not every selection is as well-known as those classics - obscurities by Pat Morrissey, Al Brown & His Tunetoppers, Dean Reed, Birdie Green, and Bill Haley and His Comets are but a few of it's happy surprises (and you haven't lived until you've heard blues immortal B.B. King take on 16 Tons). They're interspersed with more familiar inclusions by Ronnie Love, Connie Francis, Little Willie John, Roger Miller, LaVern Baker, and Chicago rock and roller Steve King (Satan Is Her Name) that'll have you sharpening up your fingers in delighted anticipation of snapping along. So get ready to get cool when you drop this disc in your changer - you'll be fingerpopping like a pro!
4000127177186

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Format: CD
Label: BEAR FAMILY
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 4000127177186

On The Dancefloor With A Fingersnap: 31 Pops / Var
Artist: On The Dancefloor With A Fingersnap: 31 Pops / Var
Format: CD
New: Available $18.99
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DISC: 1

1. Joe Henderson - Snap Your Fingers
2. The Coasters - Three Cool Cats
3. B. B. 'Blues Boy' King - 16 Tons
4. Peggy Lee - Fever
5. Steve Gibson and the Original Red Caps - Big Game Hunter
6. Little Willie John - My Nerves
7. Pat Morrissey - Trapped in the Web of Love
8. Roger Miller - King of the Road
9. Connie Francis - Fallin'
10. Nappy Brown - Coal Miner
11. Al Brown ; His Tunetoppers - Sweet Little Love
12. Brook Benton - Hotel Happiness
13. Chuck Miller - Lookout Mountain
14. Ruth Brown - Walk with Me Lord
15. Hank Thompson - I Cast a Lonesome Shadow
16. Wynonie Harris - a Tale of Woe
17. Bill Haley and His Comets - Hawk
18. Dr. Horse - Jack That Cat Was Clean
19. Ronnie Love - Chills and Fever
20. Dick Penner - Cindy Lou
21. Lavern Baker - Tiny Tim
22. Elvis Presley - Fever
23. Jimmy Dean - Sixteen Tons
24. Tommy Sands - Doctor Heartache
25. Dean Reed - Pistolero
26. Sanford Clark - Love Charms
27. The Platters - My Heart Belongs to Daddy
28. Steve King and the Echelons - Satan Is Her Name
29. Birdie Green - Tremblin'
30. The Collins Kids - Heartbeat
31. Ben Harper - I Can't Takit No Longer

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On The Dancefloor With A Fingersnap: 31 Pops To Make The Party Shake! - In the CD series 'On The Dancefloor With...' featuring the best danceable music, Bear Family Recordsr here deals with those songs that are accompanied by a percussive finger snap. -Everybody knows Fever, the umpteen times covered cool anthem. We offer Peggy Lee's great version - and that's just one example. -Without giving too much away, the album delivers irresistible grooves and songs by Joe Henderson, the Coasters, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bill Haley, Dean Reed, Pat Morrissey and even B.B. King, Roger Miller and many others. -Chicago music historian Bill Dahl has written the detailed liner notes in the illustrated booklet to this CD compiled by Nico Feuerbach. Never underestimate the percussive power of the simple fingerpop. Snapping one's digits while listening to a cool melody can be tremendously satisfying and more than a little therapeutic - and this collection will have you doing precisely that from one end of it's expertly curated songstack to the other. From deep-voiced Joe Henderson's '62 smash Snap Your Fingers and The Coasters' hipster streetlife vignette Three Cool Cats to Tennessee Ernie Ford's immortal Sixteen Tons and Peggy Lee's slinky Fever, you'll find the whole thing hard to resist. Not every selection is as well-known as those classics - obscurities by Pat Morrissey, Al Brown & His Tunetoppers, Dean Reed, Birdie Green, and Bill Haley and His Comets are but a few of it's happy surprises (and you haven't lived until you've heard blues immortal B.B. King take on 16 Tons). They're interspersed with more familiar inclusions by Ronnie Love, Connie Francis, Little Willie John, Roger Miller, LaVern Baker, and Chicago rock and roller Steve King (Satan Is Her Name) that'll have you sharpening up your fingers in delighted anticipation of snapping along. So get ready to get cool when you drop this disc in your changer - you'll be fingerpopping like a pro!
        
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