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9 thoughts on “ Work With Me, Annie - Various - Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll (CD)

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  2. Work With Me Annie: – Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson: Some Women Do: – The Dominoes: Sixty Minute Man: – Floyd Dixon: Baby Lets Go Down To The Woods: – Chubby Newsome: Hip Shakin Mama: – Roy Brown: Butcher Pete Pt1: – Jimmy McCracklin: Pleasin Papa: – Julia Lee: Do You Want It: – Lightnin' Hopkins: Let.
  3. Sex & Drugs & Alcohol, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Intense (catalog no. ; CD).
  4. He adopted and fused elements from various 19th-century styles, Several of their later hits had themes of Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll, such as The Weed Smoker's Dream. Dust My Broom (), Work with Me, Annie () by Hank Ballard & the Midnighters. One of the first hits to gain popularity in both black and white audiences.
  5. Rock N Roll Experience Magazine is a Maryland based publication that started out in as a print zine and switched over to an online zine in The magazine is devoted to music and popular culture and is updated daily with reviews and interviews.
  6. The set is divided into four genres: R&B, DooWop, Rockabilly and finally good old early Rock & Roll. The tunes selected are truly representative of their era and genre (with the exception of the rockabilly CD which leans more towards hillbilly /5(13).
  7. Hank Ballard's "Work With Me, Annie" faced severe opposition from America's Federal Communications Commission because of overtly sexual lyrics. The added publicity immediately boosted the record's popularity and attempts to restrict it failed. It shot to the top of Billboard's R&B chart for a seven week stay.
  8. Those aren't nearly enough to make the case that country music was half of the rock & roll soup, but it's hard to quibble when the remainder of the second disc is loaded with such monumental recordings as LaVern Baker's "Tweedle-Dee," Hank Ballard & the Midnighters "Work with Me, Annie," its answer song "Roll with Me, Henry," by Etta James, as.
  9. unusual songs on the then taboo subjects of sex, drugs and alcohol in a 10 CD box. This box deals with the "dirty and ambiguous" side of Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll /5(8).

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