Wednesday, 3 September 2008

Rio 45's Vol 3

Here's another compilation from the RIO label ,I compiled the first volume http://sidewalkdoctor.blogspot.com/2008/02/rio-viente.html and then someone else compiled the second volume which inspired Gabriel & myself to co compile this Third volume .Gabriel designed this fantastic cover art for the cd & we each contributed to the tracklist .

01 - The Survivors - Rawhide R 700 1965
02 - Andy & Clyde - Never Be A Slave R 62 1965
03 - Alan Martin - You Came Late R 6 1963
04 - Lord Tanamo - I Had A Dream R 21 1964
05 - Laurel Aitken - You Left Me Standing R 36 1964
06 - Errol Dunkley - Love Me Forever R 109 1966
07 - The Wailers - Dancing Shoes R 116 1966
08 - Vic Brown Combo - Kentucky Home R 5 1963
09 - The Heptones - Gunman Coming To Town R 104 1966
10 - Laurel Aitken - Bad Minded Woman R 13 1963
11 - Bobby Aitken - Whiplash R 40 1964
12 - Cornel Campbell - Gloria R 38 1964
13 - Bobby Aitken - Devil Woman R 11 1963
14 - Laurel Aitken - Bug-A-Boo R 36 1964
15 - Lloyd Briscoe - Fabulous Eyes R 42 1964
16 - Roland Alphonso - Pipeline R 79 1966
17 - The Soul Leaders - Pour On The Sauce R 134 1967
18 - Lloyd Clarke - It Takes A Friend R 15 1963
19 - Laurel Aitken - Adam And Eve R 11 1963
20 - Owen Gray - Girl I Want You R 700 1965
re upped 6-6-12
http://www.mediafire.com/?od66bt6u7j8y2ad

5 comments:

Chris T said...

Thanks Steve, really appreciate your blog. A request, the original Mi Pretty Mi Lou Lou by Derrick Morgan. I have the remake but I think the original was on Beverleys. Nuff respect.

redstriper said...

Thanks again Steve - do you know where I can get the 2nd Rio Vente volume ?

Anonymous said...

yumyum very very nice compilation
many thanks for sharing

Kees said...

Excellent collection!!
Thank you so much

Anonymous said...

i love this site. sidewalk doctor is becoming one of the better labels, right? i dont understand occasional allusions, such as the rio 45 vol 2 an outsider compiled. maybe i am not supposed to get it. but of course i'd love to. thqnks for the always interesting offerings.
also: i would love to hear in any anecdotes or information describing how you came across your collection, ie, their availability, prices, the "scene", etc. i dont know really, but it seems to me that there is a paucity of basic reliable information about the original dissemination of this music. its my impression that there werent many fans such as yourselves at the get-go of the whole affair. your informal reminisces, such as they are, would be a nice bonus to this already generous site. i think i speak for some others out there. right everyone?
take care. a.p.t.