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It would be easy to understand rockabilly fans raising an eyebrow when the beat-obsessed blokes at BBE put together a rock & roll compilation. Surprisingly though, Lost and Found: Rockabilly and Jump Blues resurrects a host of long-lost '50s jump tunes, with precious little overlap with music that already appears on CD. The two curators, Keb Darge and Cut Chemist (each takes one disc), provide copious notes on nearly every title, displaying a knowledge of the form that is formidable (especially in Darge's case). And, of course, the music isn't bad either. Much like Bear Family's series of That'll Flat Git It! compilations, there's a certain delight in hearing these second- or third-tier R&B or rockabilly artists, many of which featured plenty of energy and talent but simply not enough distribution (or luck) to make a lasting impression. Highlights come from the biggest artists present, including "Feel So Good" by Little Junior's Blue Flames, "Too Much Monkey Business" by Chuck Berry, and "Rock Billy Boogie" by Dorsey Burnette.

Biography

Born: 04 October 1972 in New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

As well as being one of the ablest solo turntablists on the globe, Cut Chemist is also a member of two highly rated crews: underground rap kings Jurassic 5 and the Los Angeles Latin funk band Ozomatli. He came up with the L.A. rap group Unity Committee, and debuted on wax with the B-side of UC's 1993 single "Unified Rebelution." The track "Lesson 4: The Radio" was a tribute to and continuation of Double D and Steinski's seminal hip-hop collage masterpiece "Lessons 1-3," and included nods to Indeep,...
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