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  1. The Very Best of Big Joe Turner features 12 of the tunes which appeared on the earlier album, while adding another four (mostly leaning toward the more rollicking side of Turner 's musical personality, including the gloriously lascivious "TV Mama"). While Big Joe Turner's Greatest Hits covered a bit more ground, The Very Best of Big Joe Turner is even more consistent and offers one of the great pioneering shouters 10/
  2. With a booming voice that shook up the blues scene and inspired the birth of rock 'n' roll, Big Joe Turner cut many of his greatest sides for Atlantic, the very best of which are lovingly collected here. This fine single-disc compilation collects 16 of Big Joe's biggest R&B singles and album tracks for Atlantic, spanning /5(48).
  3. Big Joe Turner (May 18, , Kansas City, MO, USA - November 24, , Inglewood, CA, USA) was an American blues shouter. Turner often collaborated with pianist Pete svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfo addition he worked with the pianists Art Tatum and Sammy Price and with various small jazz ensembles. He also appeared with Count Basie svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.coinfo's most known recordings include: "Roll 'Em Pete", "Cherry Red.
  4. Press Archive- Big Joe Turner - The Complete Boss Of The Blues (2-CD) - Back to the Roots, Holland The post-rocker I am still has mixed feelings about (Big) Joe Turner on Atlantic Records. He's often identified as the archetype of the 'shouter' and a transition artist between rhythm and blues and rock 'n' roll ('Shake, Rattle And Roll', 'TV.
  5. Big Joe Turner discography and songs: Music profile for Big Joe Turner, born 18 May Genres: Rhythm & Blues, Jump-Blues, Blues. Albums include Shake, Rattle and Roll / You Know I Love You, Loud, Fast & Out of Control: The Wild Sounds of '50s Rock, and The Sky Is .
  6. Big Joe Turner. Big Joe Turner (born Joseph Vernon Turner Jr., May 18, – November 24, ) was an American blues shouter from Kansas City, Missouri. According to the songwriter Doc Pomus, "Rock and roll would have never happened without him.".
  7. Big Joe Turner (Joseph Vernon Turner Jr., Kansas City, Missouri, May 18, – Inglewood, California, November 24, ) was an American blues shouter. Although he came to his greatest fame in the s with his pioneering rock and roll recordings, particularly " Shake, Rattle and Roll ", Turner's career as a performer stretched from the.

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