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Ike Turner and his illustrious collection of wandering souls take you through an essential album of early works and lesser known gems from one of the most elusive and interesting times in the great songwriter's history. Recorded in 1964, The Kings of Rhythm took off for Cincinnati and Federal Records to produce this remarkable set of now super rare singles that help fill in the gaps in the fragmented history of the Kings, shortly before they were submerged by the upsurge of a new band member, a lovely lady called Tina.
Ike Turner and his illustrious collection of wandering souls take you through an essential album of early works and lesser known gems from one of the most elusive and interesting times in the great songwriter's history. Recorded in 1964, The Kings of Rhythm took off for Cincinnati and Federal Records to produce this remarkable set of now super rare singles that help fill in the gaps in the fragmented history of the Kings, shortly before they were submerged by the upsurge of a new band member, a lovely lady called Tina.
730167342391

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Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 730167342391

I'm Tore Up (Mod)
Artist: Ike Turner's King Of Rhythm
Format: CD
New: All items ship directly from our warehouse. To buy in-person, please call the store at (603) 644-0199 for availability. $13.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Billy Gayles - Sad As a Man Can Be
2. Billy Gayles - If I Never Had Known You
3. Billy Gayles - I'm Tore Up
4. Billy Gayles - Let's Call It a Day
5. Billy Gayles - Take Your Fine Frame Home
6. Billy Gayles - Do Right Baby
7. Billy Gayles - No Coming Back
8. Billy Gayles - Just One More Time
9. Jackie Brenston - Gonna Wait for My Chance
10. Jackie Brenston - What Can It Be
11. Clayton Love - the Big Question
12. Clayton Love - She Made My Blood Run Cold
13. Clayton Love - Do You Mean It?
14. The Sly Fox - Hoo Doo Say
15. The Sly Fox - I'm Tired of Beggin'
16. Tommy Hodge - I Know You Don't Love Me No More
17. Ike Turner - Rock-A-Bucket

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Ike Turner and his illustrious collection of wandering souls take you through an essential album of early works and lesser known gems from one of the most elusive and interesting times in the great songwriter's history. Recorded in 1964, The Kings of Rhythm took off for Cincinnati and Federal Records to produce this remarkable set of now super rare singles that help fill in the gaps in the fragmented history of the Kings, shortly before they were submerged by the upsurge of a new band member, a lovely lady called Tina.
        
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