Roy Brown
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In Los Angeles, Roy Brown's fusion of the emotional melisma of gospel music and the pathetic wail of pop crooning in Good Rockin' Tonite (1947), sung by Wynonie Harris and featuring the backbeat rhythm, and later retitled Rockin' at Midnight, Boogie At Midnight (1949), Miss Fanny Brown (1949), Cadillac Baby (1950), marked the appropriation of religious ecstasy by pagan performers. His melodramatic peak was the terrifying Hard Luck Blues (1950).

During the 1950s he continued to deliver effervescent party dances, such as Rock-A-Bye Baby (1951), Ain't No Rockin' No More (1953), Hurry Hurry Baby (1953).

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