Following up Volume 2 of this rather exciting series is, well, you guessed it, Volume 3! Featuring another twenty-four tracks fit for your dancing and listening pleasures, the “Mojo Man” is responsible for brewing the ideas and artists featured on this compilation series. The choices selected range from the well-established to slightly more obscure, which is bonus appeal for anyone’s money. Exploring the contents further, Volume 3 features more of the same greatness as its predecessor where rhythm and blues plays a prominent role and supported from all sides with some tasty blues treats and tinges of early soul. A good starting point (All opinions welcome of course) if you are looking to jump straight in can be found via the blistering pace of The Hollywood Flames ‘Strollin’ On The Beach’. Jumping back to the other end of this fine compilation, then the “happy-go-lucky” approach of The Guytones’ ‘’Baby I Don’t Care’, complete with doo-wop vocals and equally cheerful rhythm is likely to keep the spirits up especially in terms of the dancefloor. But it is the variation in styles when it comes to rhythm and blues because these songs are equally at home on a sound system considering the almost disorderly approach of The Nightriders ‘Lookin’ For My Baby’ where instruments sound as if they are overlapping each other or attempting to pull in different directions and therefore complementing the anxiety expressed by the vocals. It is these very tales of real life and all it highlights and woes that make this more than a simple collection of “Dancefloor killers!” because even though these songs will fulfil their promise of filling the dancefloors, there’s much to contemplate and revel in from blues rhythm of Jimmy Anderson’s ‘Naggin’; Howlin’ Wolf with ‘Poor Boy’, to The Penguins ‘Money Talks’, making this a must-have album for all rhythm and blues connoisseurs.