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Let’s Have A Party has proved to be one of the most popular titles in the Fantastic Voyage catalogue, and now we are pleased to present a 2LP vinyl limited edition, featuring 32 dancefloor-friendly cuts, selected from the 75-track 3CD set. Compiled and annotated by rock & roll authority Lucky Parker, Let’s Have A Party brings together some of the finest female singers, to prove that the girls can easily give the boys a run for their money in the rock & roll rug-cutting stakes.


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  • FVDV106 / Ltd 32 track 2LP on Fantastic Voyage inc. Wanda Jackson, Shirley & Lee, Janet Baker, Bette McLaurin and The Four Fellows etc. Edition of 500 copies

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Lets Have A Party: Girls Gone Rockin' Vol. 2 by Various
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9/10 Mike Staff review, 21 August 2014

The good people at Fantastic Voyage have put together this easily-digestible 2LP edition with 32 songs from their sprawling 3CD compilation of '50s rock'n'roll, with an excellent mixture of famous names and crate-digging obscurities over the span of this collection. It's great fun throughout, with not a dud in sight as you romp through doo-wop and country inflected rock'n'roll gems full of lively piano tinkling, bright sax honks and naive electric guitar boogie.

Nita, Rita & Ruby's 'Rock Love' is an early highlight, (featuring June Carter's sister Anita) with a virtuoso slide guitar performance that sounds like it's probably Speedy West but the details are hard to track down. The surfy reverb monster 'Paper Boy' by Norma Lee is another stand out with its booming handclaps, nimble guitar twiddling and cheeky vocal line. The 1952 blues-swing of 'Drill Daddy, Drill' by Dorothy Ellis, about oil prospecting, is pretty fascinating too. Overall not just an interesting listen but a consistently fun one. Ideal stuff for if you need some universally-likeable but still interesting listening for a party or gathering.


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