Good pressings of heavily recycled Little Richard material. The recuts are okay, with the exception of 3-4 which never should have been released. THe "new" material from that period is mostly excellent and includes tracks with Jimi Hendrix.
In that category we have exciting, contemporary dancers, You Better Stop and Dancin' All Around The World, both in stereo and in their originally released version featuring horns, and showcasing Richard at his greatest! From that recording session, we have the iconic I Don't Know Wha You've Got. It's listed as Part I and Part II, but...no. We get the very familiar extended version of Part I, instead. What a crime to fade (early) the best soul ballad ever released.
A tune which went unreleased for 9 years is My Wheel's Been Slippin' All The Way, is here in its fullness (the horn section intact, unlike many other issues). Something like early Country Funk, it's a worldweary Richard ridin' the range in a ricketty rig, dodgin' buzzards. This one was recorded along with remakes in late 1964.
The double-set CD opens with a mono, full-length Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, his debut single for Vee-Jay Records, in 1964. A smokin' smoker, in solid 2/4.
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