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Good Rocking People
The culture of Juke'n
"Black music, race music, whatever you wanted to call it, it kept us rocking. We would go all night. Black parents didn't want their kids listening to it because it was the "devils music". White parents didn't want their kids listening to it because it was "colored" music. Of course we loaded those juke boxes in all those joints with nothing but that music...and man when it hit, it was hard to keep still. Hell, I never did." Bunk Leach
"I used to watch them at Fat Jacks and the Pad-couldn't get enough. Richard Nixon would be playing R&B's you could only hear in the Carolina's and one of those stunning women would crook a finger and get me out there and there we'd go, moving to "Lovable Lil" or "Give Me You". I was fifteen years old and driving a Cadillac on the dance floor and all those little college girls would line up two deep to dance with you because those good rock'n women made you look so smooth. The music, the scene, and that dance would just send me!" Jeff Martin
Billy tells the story of this photo