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Lewis John - His Other Side (ltd, 500 copies) (LP)€20,00
”His Other Side” was orginally released in 2015 in CD format and contain 14 tracks which been recorded, mostly, solo, at John’s house by the man himself.
A few of the tracks been re-recorded with his Rock’n’Roll Trio for his other albums, whilst ”Waltz Around The Kitchen” hit the rockin’ scene
as a strictly limited single release on Atomic Cowboy Records a while ago and became a high collectable release nowadays.
Here you get John Lewis at it’s best…..tragic ballads, some honky tonking and for sure a lots of rockin music.. delivered by one of the finest musicians
from Wales. Rated as one of the best voices in the Rock’n’Roll circuit, he also became one of the finest guitar pickers so far as you all know.
Well, it was about time that this album get released in a proper format five years later…. solid 12inch /160 gr. vinyl.
So, join in and welcome on the other side of John Lewis!!
Mahal Taj & Cooder Ry - Get On Board (LP)€27,50
Nearly sixty years after they first played together, Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal, longtime friends and collaborators, reunite with an album of music from two Piedmont blues masters who have inspired them all their lives: GET ON BOARD: THE SONGS OF SONNY TERRY & BROWNIE MCGHEE.
With Taj Mahal on vocals, harmonica, guitar, and piano and Cooder on vocals, guitar, mandolin, and banjo—joined by Joachim Cooder on drums and bass—the duo recorded eleven songs drawn from recordings and live performances by Terry and McGhee, who they both first heard as teenagers in California.
Wayne "Blues Boss" Kenny - Blues From Chicago To Paris (LP)€35,00
Kenny ”Blues Boss” Wayne new album Blues from Chicago to Paris pays tribute to two of Chicago’s blues legends, piano-pounding Memphis Slim and bass-slapping Willie Dixon. Focused when the two giants teamed up to tour the globe in the late 50s and early ’60s, this album presents a collection of favourites and tunes that have inspired and influenced blues players ever since.
Williams Hank - I’m Gonna Sing: The Mother’s Best Gospel Radio Recordings 3LP (LP)€60,00
I’m Gonna Sing: The Mother’s Best Gospel Radio Recordings — Hank Williams
Hank Williams’ career was brief and incendiary. Most of those fortunate enough to have seen him in concert say that he was a captivating performer. Now, sixty years after his passing, we finally get a sense of Hank Williams onstage, adding another dimension to our scant knowledge of him. Still popular today, he’s a giant in American music.
DESTINED TO SURVIVE: The performances heard here were recorded on acetate discs (meant to be played only once or twice) that were shelved in 1951, and they gradually faded from common memory. In the 1970s the acetates were saved from the trash by a WSM employee and eventually given to Hank’s daughter, Jett. On behalf of the estate, Jett fought an eight-year battle to establish ownership, finally winning the right to release these recordings in partnership with Time Life.
“There’s magic in these radio shows, meant to be ephemeral and now captured for eternity, like a soap bubble preserved in a box. The result is a prismatic view of an iconic performer.”
Nelson Willie - A Beautiful Time (LP)€25,00
Willie is back with his 72nd solo studio album. A full-fledged album of new studio material produced with long-time collaborator Buddy Cannon, it comes on Willie’s 89th birthday and shows off just how prolific he continues to be as the album includes some of his finest songwriting and performances in years! The 14 tracks include five amazing new Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon compositions, new songs from Chris Stapleton & Rodney Crowell (the first single ”I’ll Love You Till The End Of Time”) and a cadre of top Nashville songwriters, plus a couple of plum covers by Leonard Cohen (”Tower Of Song”) and The Beatles (”With A Little Help From My Friends”) given expert interpretation by Willie.
Quinn David - Country Fresh (LP)€35,00
nspired by an old ashtray he found in a Nashville emporium, inscribed with a label that read “Country Fresh”, David Quinn found the impetus to sum up his feelings about the grandeur of America’s vast heartland.
Having left his Midwestern environs to live in the country and isolate himself at the peak of the pandemic, he allowed nostalgia to take hold and reconnect him with the muse he was motivated by initially. A purveyor of a sound fondly referred to as “Black Dirt country music”, he created songs seeped in everyday circumstance, shared from the perspective of those who experience life’s highs and lows through both discovery and desire.
Country Fresh reaffirms Quinn’s uncompromising everyman attitude. While some tend to compare him to John Prine — after all, both were born in Chicago and each tends to take the same approach to humor and happenstance — Quinn tends to fall prey to disappointment and despair more frequently.
He surveys the path forward with dire circumspect on the aching ballad ‘Long Road’ and shares his search for satisfaction with ‘I Just Want to Feel Alright’, shading the songs with a vulnerability that often verges on despair. Indeed, honesty is essential here, giving Quinn a well-rounded appeal that makes any challenge as pertinent as his triumphs.
That said, Quinn is mostly a celebratory sort. The rousing refrains that soar through the title track, the double time tempo of ‘Low Down’ and the effusive enthusiasm he shares in both ‘Boy From Illinois’ and ‘Heartland’ — two obvious odes to his original environs — make his contentment clear.
Likewise, the upbeat appeal of ‘Cornbread and Chili’ and the steady stomp of ‘Grassy Trails’ assert a certain satisfaction in the life he’s been destined to lead. That’s never more evident than in the ebullient strains of ‘Easy Life the Breeze,’ a song flush with the joys of a life spurred by desire and determination. So too, when he shares a story about his grandfather, the man that inspired him to follow his dreams, with the album’s final entry, ‘Hummingbird’s Song’, the listener is left with a clear understanding of Quinn’s essential early inspiration.
Quinn enlists an exceptional group of musicians to complete his task, among them Nashville veteran Fats Kaplan, a player who takes the lead in several of these songs. Kaplan’s versatility on fiddle, banjo and dobro adds extra illumination to many of these melodies, and in so doing, underscores the ebullience and exuberance shared throughout. Quinn himself is a decidedly understated singer, his matter-of-fact delivery ensuring that the scenarios he sings about state a case, sans posturing or pretense.
Ultimately, that makes Country Fresh a more nuanced narrative, one that’s both revelatory and revealing in its tone and temperament. So, while the comparisons to certain rugged forebears may seem inevitable, it’s a pretty good bet that Mr. Prine would be proud.
Presley Elvis - Southbound 2LP + CD (Blue Vinyl) (LP)€100,00
Macon Coliseum, Macon Georgia : August 31, 1976
Now available on vinyl: SOUTHBOUND, originally released in 1998 and featuring the August 31 1976 show from Macon Georgia. The 7th tour of 1976 is not known as being the best tour in Elvis’ career. During this particular show Elvis appeared demotivated. He was definitely struggling to get to the end of this engagement. Most likely the crowd never even noticed this as they go wild like always as Elvis delivered a mediocre performance.
Still, it’s a part of Elvis’ career that deserves a release on vinyl.
22 years after the original CD release it is time for a high quality re-release of this performance. For the very first time this show is now available on a high quality double vinyl set.
The show is newly remastered and updated in the best way possible! This release is very limited and is available in RED or BLUE vinyl presented in a gatefold sleeve. And of course the show is included on CD too.
For now this is the last reissue in the Luxor classic reissue series. But………… be ready for some nice surprises in the near future.
Get it while you can and add this awesome LUXOR product to your collection.
Dayton Jesse - Beaumonster (LP)€35,00
NYT MYÖS VINYYLINÄ!
Jesse Dayton’s Beaumonster is filled with song interpretations that are part-greaser, a whole lotta twang, and quintessentially outlaw country badass. Beaumonster encapsulates a life filled with adventure and lore featuring some of the greatest musicians this world has ever known.
Thorogood George - The Original George Thorogood (LP)€29,50
A collection of hard-stomping, party-down, all-original songs penned from the rock n’ roll heart of George Thorogood. Along with his unstoppable, longtime band, The Destroyers, the album includes the tour de force anthem ”Gear Jammer”, the country ballad ”Oklahoma Sweetheart” and the previously unreleased ”Back In The U.S.A.”. Plus the hard-hitting ”I Really Like Girls” and ”If You Don’t Start Drinkin’ (I’m Gonna Leave)” are served up with Thorogood’s trademark swagger and tongue-in-cheek panache.
Various - Pin-Up Girls – Too Hot To Handle (RSD, Ltd) (LP)€18,00
This 20 track coloured vinyl compilation brings together an eclectic mix of female performers and movie stars of the fifties, often referred to as ‘Pin-Up Girls’. The album opener is one of hottest songs of the fifties, Marilyn Monroe’s “I Wanna Be Loved By You” from Billy Wilder’s movie ‘Some Like It Hot’. Another hot one is Peggy Lee’s signature song “Fever”, there’s the theme from ‘Vie Privée’, entitled “Sidonie”, performed by Brigitte Bardot followed by sensual performances by Sophia Loren, Julie London, Marlene Dietrich, Josephine Baker, Françoise Hardy, Gina Lollobrigida, Ava Gardner, Jane Mansfield’s “Too Hot To Handle” and the closing song is Rita Hayworth’s “The Heat Is On”.
Black Keys - Dropout Boogie (LP)€25,00
As they’ve done their entire career, The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney wrote all of the material for their new album, Dropout Boogie, in the studio, and the album captures a number of first takes that hark back to the stripped-down blues rock of their early days making music together in Akron, Ohio, basements. After hashing out initial ideas at Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound studio in Nashville, the duo welcomed new collaborators Billy F. Gibbons, Greg Cartwright, and Angelo Petraglia to the sessions, marking the first time they’ve invited multiple new contributors to work simultaneously on one of their own albums.
Price Margo - That’s How Rumors Get Started [Sliver LP + 7″ Single] (LP)€40,00
Margo Price – ”That’s How Rumours Get Started” [Silver LP + 7″ Single] That’s How Rumors Get Started sees Nashville icon and 2019 Best New Artist Grammy nominee Margo Price commit her genre-bending rock-and-roll show to record for the first time, stretching out her emotive twang over skyhigh soft-rock, burning psychedelic rock ballads, stomping road songs, and sprinkles of pop. With production from her friend and longtime collaborator Sturgill Simpson, it shows both of them pushing into unexpected directions. 180-gram Silver LP + 7″ Single.
Various - It’s A Rough Old Road To Travel – The Existential Psychodrama In Country Music: Volume II (1964-1974) (LP)€45,00
Coloured Vinyl, Gatefold Sleeve, Limited Edition. Samaa sarjaa kuin Hillbillies in Hell!
Existential Psychodrama In Country Music Vol.2 is a compilation of Coloured Vinyl, Gatefold Sleeve, Limited Edition country tracks released as LP on 23 Apr 2022.
Strictly Limited Edition Deluxe Gatefold LP with exclusive scholarly liner notes by Alvin Lucia!
Full dynamic range 2022 remasters direct from the first generation analogue master tapes!
Limited Edition 500 LPs
250 ‘Windswept Heartache’ Milky Clear LPs!
250 ‘Soul Necrosis’ Black LPs! (randomly inserted)
Various - Hillbillies In Hell Vol. 13 (RSD, red splatter) (LP)€45,00
Aussie 22 Random Coloured Vinyl! Hiukan myöhässä, mutta ainakin nyt tulee. Taattua sarjaa!
Limited to 666 copies
222 (randomly inserted) ‘Revelation Red’ LPs
222 (randomly inserted) ‘Mark Of The Beast’ Splatter LPs
122 (randomly inserted) ‘Final Night’ Black LPs
100 ’Diablo’s Smoke’ Private Member’s Edition!
Deluxe gatefold sleeve.
Full dynamic range 2021 remasters direct from the first generation analogue master tapes.
Cauthen Paul - Country Coming Down (Indie, exlusive Color) (LP)€29,90
2022 release. Cauthen first earned his reputation as a fire-breathing truth-teller with the acclaimed roots rock band Sons of Fathers, but it wasn’t until the 2016 release of his solo debut, My Gospel, that he truly tapped into the full depth of his prodigious talents. Vice Noisey dubbed it ”a somber reminder of how lucky we are to be alive,” while Texas Monthly raved that Cauthen ”sound[s] like the Highwaymen all rolled into one: he’s got Willie’s phrasing, Johnny’s haggard quiver, Kristofferson’s knack for storytelling, and Waylon’s baritone.” Two albums and 6 years down the road, Paul will be releasing the highly anticipated new studio album titled ’Country Coming Down’, due for release on April 1st, 2022 via Paul’s own Velvet Rose Records in collaboration with Thirty Tigers. Produced by Paul, Jason Burt and Beau Bedford, this new collection of tracks is packed with attitude and attention to detail, and will surely reinforce Paul’s staying power as a musician and songwriter.
Hedley Joshua - Neon Blue (Coke Bottle Clear) (LP)€29,50
Vuoden odotetuin kantri albumi. Eka levy oli vuoden 2018 paras kantri albumi.
Release Date: April 22, 2022 / 22.Huhtikuu 2022. THIS ONE IS INDIE EXCLUSIVE VINYL ”COKE BOTTLE CLEAR”
Joshua Hedley is “a singing professor of country & western,” he declares on his raucous and witty new album, Neon Blue. It might sound like a punchline, but it’s not. An ace fiddle player, a sharp guitarist, and a singer with a granite twang, he’s devoted his entire life to the study of this genre. Ask him about it and he’ll explain: “When all my friends went off to college, I went to Nashville. I was 19 years old playing honkytonks and getting an education.” His 2018 debut, Mr. Jukebox, showcased his deep knowledge of country’s history, in particular the beery ballads of the 1950s and ‘60s. His mentors were George Jones, Ray Price, and Glen Campbell, but his most remarkable accomplishment was putting his own spin on their style.
Neon Blue, on the other hand, examines a very different, often forsaken era: the early 1990s. “The last bastion of country music,” says the professor, “was the early 1990s, roughly 1989 and 1996. You could turn on the radio and immediately know you’re hearing a country song. You could still hear steel guitar and fiddle. But there was a hard fork around 1996 or ’97, when country veered off into pop territory. Neon Blue asks, What if that fork had never happened? What if country kept on sounding like country?”
That era may have been dismissed by traditionalists at the time as slick or overproduced, but Hedley finds something exciting in that old hat-act sound, and Neon Blue plays up the excitement of bigger-than-life choruses, the relatable emotions of those sad-eyed ballads, and the inventiveness of the lively production. “The sound is modern,” he says, “but it’s still discernibly country.”