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Sadie's Gentlemen's Club V3: Taboo (Various Artists)
  • Artist: Various Artists
  • Label: Atomicat
  • UPC: 4260072724341
  • Item #: 2467687X
  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 4/1/2022
  • This product is a special order
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Sadie's Gentlemen's Club V3: Taboo (Various Artists) on CD

"Atomicat Records with permission from Sadie the mysterious owner and mistress of The Gentlemen's Club is making the music played at the venue referred to as The House of Sin available to the public. During Visit 03 - Taboo the thirty songs will take you into another frame of mind." The album undeniably includes styles associated with our labels Atomicat and Koko Mojo, specifically greasy rhythm and blues and rock 'n' roll, and within the series, we include songs that are more fitting to a late-night rendezvous club. You will encounter and absorb yourself into the genres of; titty-shakers, popcorn, twist, pop, exotica, space-age, swing, and blues. The concept is presented Atomicat style "loud, pulsating and vibrant" and sourced from the years 1947 onwards with most of the sounds being from the mid-1950s music through to 1963. The sexual ambiguities within Visit 03 - Taboo are plain and clear; Duke Jenkins and His Orchestra, Shake It, Howlin' Wolf, Moanin' At Midnight, Ella Fitzgerald, Too Darn Hot, while others refuse an offer of a fling, The Coasters, Sorry But I'm Gonna Have To Pass, and some people are active before they enter the club, Sherman "Blues" Johnson, Back Alley Boogie. The album's title Taboo is performed by Sylvie Mora and following her lead are; Don Johnston, The Whipmaster, Santo and Johnny, Slave Girl, and Steve Alaimo, Big Bad Beulah. For fun and frolics, you will get low down and groovy to the sounds of; Bobby Rey and His Orchestra, Blue Mambo, Roy Orbison, Working For The Man, The Four Seasons, Big Girls Don't Cry, Marc Haven and The Aquarians, Hey Señorita, and for the drunken fun, Ted Jarrett (Let's Twist) Slow and Easy. Every album has thirty recordings remastered Atomic style which is clear, vibrant and the music is carefully collected throughout the series to offer vibrant and diverse sounds from the numerous musical genres.