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Sun Spots, vol. 2: Oddities and Obscurities

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Flypaper Boogie - L.B. Lawson and James Scott, Jr.
2:24
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Rats in My Kitchen
Artist: Sleepy John Estes
3:09
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Baby Take a Chance on Me - L.J. Thomas And His Louisiana Playboys
2:47
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Love You Love You Baby - Dennis Binder
2:22
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Way Down In the Congo - Ike and Bonnie Turner
3:06
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Sweet Home Chicago - Honeyboy Edwards
3:03
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There's a Man in Jerusalem - Southern Jubilee Singers
2:31
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Somebody Told Me
Artist: Little Milton
2:59
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Gonna Murder My Baby - Pat Hare
3:09
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So Long Baby Goodbye - Willie Johnson / Sammy Lewis
2:12
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Drinkin' Wine Spo-dee-o-dee - Malcolm Yelvington
2:55
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Gospel Train - Jones Brothers
2:19
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Split Personality - Clyde Leoppard's Snearly Ranch Boys
2:24
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Signifying Monkey - Smokey Joe
3:27
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Someday You'll Pay - Miller Sisters
2:24
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I Need a Man - Barbara Pittman
2:54
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Jump Right Out of This Jukebox - Onie Wheeler
2:28
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The Return of Jerry Lee - George and Louis
2:37
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Nothin' Shakin' - Linda Gail Lewis
2:03
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Religious Discussion - Sam Phillips / Jerry Lee Lewis
4:07
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04.22.11
Various Artists - Sun Records, Sun Spots, vol. 2: Oddities and Obscurities
2005 | Label: Sun Records

Starting with the crude blues instrumental "Flypaper Boogie," this set explores some of the nooks, crannies and outer fringes of the storied Sun Records catalogue. Label boss Sam Phillips wasn't shy about going off-the-wall in search of fresh sounds. He recorded country bluesmen like Sleepy John Estes (whose rats are so vicious he needs a "mountain cat" to combat them). Did you know that Ike Turner was working with women who took his last name… read more »

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