VA - The Roots Of Punk Rock Music 1929-1962 (2013)
Punk Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 184 min | 425 MB
Label: Fremeaux & Associes | Rel: 2013
The punks of the 77 class shouted no future, but they did not forget the past. If they seemed to public obloquy all established artists who preceded them, it was primarily to denounce the perversion and decadence of the rebellious spirit of the original rock. But it was enough to look at the times carefully chosen in the directory of the Clash, the Ramones, Blondie or The Cramps to see that these insurgents farms references, serious models: bluesmen and wild rockers, whose formidable energy and anger were their first and paramount quality. This means that the triple anthology The Roots of punk rock music, 1926-1962 (1) is more than a treat, a blessing. Compiled by journalist and musician Bruno Blum, it brings together dozens of raw pearls of rebellious artists, some established (Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis …), others more obscure (Esquerita Ronnie Allen, Hasil Adkins, punk and handyman in 1955!). In addition, it contains the original versions of songs become, through their times, standard new wave (Junco Partner, Goo goo muck, Brand New Cadillac, Denis …). This means that the collection is a breath away as thrilling as history lesson.