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  • Monsters - You’re Class, I’m Trash (CD)

    18,00

    Cardboard gatefold sleeve, with booklet. Tracks 14 and 15 are separated from each other and the rest by lots of short, silent tracks.

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  • Taylor Joanne Shaw - Nobody’s Fool (CD)

    20,00

    Joanne Shaw Taylor was born and raised in the U.K. and discovered by Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) at the age of 15. Right from the beginning, Joanne’s incredible guitar work and distinctive sultry vocals set her apart from the rest. Her latest studio album, Nobody’s Fool, was produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith. It’s her most personal album to date. Joanne’s writing lays bare love, loss, and the desire to be free of the past through the vessel of catchy hooks and guitar riffs.

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  • Presley Elvis - Elvis On Tour (6CD + Blu-Ray Boxset) (CD)

    150,00

    NYT LÖYTYY VARASTOSTA! KOMIA PAKETTI!!

    Elvis On Tour is a 6 CD + 1 Blu-ray box set compiled with the audio from four shows (and two rehearsals) that were part of Elvis’ 1972 North American tour.

    Originally recorded for the Elvis On Tour concert film released later that year, the set contains a total of 145 tracks, including 91 tracks previously unreleased, as well as the award-winning concert film on Blu-ray.

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  • Presley Elvis - Las Vegas Hilton Presents – Opening Night 1972 (CD)

    22,00

    CD contains a thrilling new show – featuring a revised setlist – from Elvis’ Opening Night at the Las Vegas Hilton on the 26 January 1972. The soundboard recording has been remastered and for the first time presented in true stereo. The accompanying booklet includes rare photographs and memorabilia along with introductory notes.

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  • Blue Cats - Explorers of the Beat – Demos & sessions 1981-1983 (CD)

    18,00

    February 3rd 2023 will see the release of the awaited compilation of old demos and sessions from the bands personal tape collection.

    What this collection represents is a young band searching for its own identity. The recordings themselves have been transferred from various old analogue tapes and are of course far from perfect in terms of production and sound quality.

    The Catford sessions for instance were recorded on a 4-track tape machine in a front room, and while the BBC recordings benefited from a more advanced studio set up, the inevitable decay of analogue tape is unavoidable. But what the recordings do give is an insight into the bands journey towards establishing themselves as an independent force.

    HUOM! julkaisupäivä: 3.2.2023

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  • Batmobile - Brace For Impact (CD)

    15,00

    Tiukkaa! Uusi Batmobile albumi ilmestyy 3. helmikuuta.

    Batmobile is founded in 1983 by Jeroen Haamers, Johnny Zuidhof and Eric Haamers. They’re considered the seminal Dutch psychobilly band and celebrate their 40th anniversary in 2023. To mark this milestone, they present their 15th studio album, entitled “Brace For Impact”, which features 13 brand new killer tracks. Grab yourself a Batmobeer and brace for impact! The stunning cover artwork is created by illustrator and designer Pieter M. Dorrenboom.

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  • Rockhouse Strutters - Same (CD)

    15,00

    Mikkelistä kotoisin olevan, jo toistakymmentä vuotta kasassa olleen bändin esikoisalbumi ”Rockhouse Strutters” julkaistaan helmikuussa 2023.

    Bändin jäsenet:

    Maku Tuominen, laulu

    Jukka Kuitunen, kitara

    Iikku Riepponen, basso

    Jouni Häyrinen, rummut

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  • Perälampi Jyrki - Makes Me Feel Good (CD)

    15,00

    Jyrki Perälammen esikoisjulkaisu vihdoin täällä!

    15 vahvasti tulkittua mm. Elviksen, Ray Smithin, Terry Staffordin, Sanford Clarkin, Del Shannonin ja Johnny Acen tunnetuksi tekemää biisiä uusina sovituksina.

    Jyrki Perälampi: vocals
    Eero Vaajoensuu: guitars
    Ari Hanninen: bass & piano
    Jani Ahtiainen: drums & percussion
    Petteri Salmi & Samu Laiho: backing vocals
    Jussi Huhtakangas: pedal steel

    Produced by Ari Hanninen

    Recorded and mixed at A.I.R Studio by Petri Mäntysalo

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  • Various - More Boss Black Rockers Vol. 5 – Sure Look Good To Me (CD)

    15,00

    Maailman parhaan sarjan jatko!

    As y’all already know, so many similar projects were devoted through the years to white rock and rollers (even the most obscure and unknown) and very little to the people that not only ”originated” this music and played it long before white musicians started to fool around with it. They also continued to play it when black Rhythm and Blues music was suddenly re-named ”Rock and Roll” to appeal to a wider white audience in segregated America and became a multi-racial genre in the mid-1950s. Once again, some tunes are pretty well-known, but the vast majority are not. Chances are that you never-ever heard a lot of the tracks included here – even if a lot of them were pretty popular in the 1950s among both black and white Rock and Roll fans. Most of the artists in this new series (just like the first one) were actually household names in the ”Rock and Roll World” of the ’50s and early ’60s. When Rock & Roll history was re-written from a strictly white rock standpoint only a few black rockers were included (maybe less than a dozen) when actually back in the day almost every African-American R&B act (maybe a MILLION or more) was actually Rock & Roll and white artists were actually a minority for a long time. So ”BLACK” by popular demand here’s to you ”MORE Boss Black Rockers.” DIG IT!

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  • Various - Rhythm & Western Vol. 6 – I´m Moving On (CD)

    15,00

    Friends, you are holding the fifth opus of ”Rhythm & Western” and we got 5 more boss volumes on ice. I must confess Solomon Burke’s classic ”How Many Times” always sounded like a Country song to me, so I’m glad I could include it here, Damita Jo delivers does a fantastic version of Ray Price’s classic C&W hit ”Crazy Arms” also recorded by Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline, Waylon Jennings, and countless others, another Country hit ”You’re The Reason” (originally recorded by Bobby Edwards) is delivered by Arthur Alexander. The great Fats Domino is next with his famous version of ”Jambalaya” (originally written and recorded by Hank Williams), King Curtis gives a splendid rendition of Hank Snow’s ”I’m Movin’ On” also recorded by a buttload of other artists. To my knowledge, Little Richard never recorded a ”bonafide” country song, but some of his Gospel stuff sounds just like it. Just listen to ”Do Lord, Remember Me” if you have any doubt. Sonny Boy Williamson II (a.k.a. Rice Miller) and Peppermint Harris, with ”Wake Up Baby” and ”I Got Loaded” are offering two delightful bronze hillbilly tunes, and ””Solid As A Rock” is probably the closest thing to country music ever recorded by Jazz legend Ella Fitzgerald. More fave black C&W of mine by The Twilighters (Hootenanny Stomp), The Sharps (Look At Me), Ruth Brown (Jack O’Diamonds), Magic Sam (Square Dance Rock Part 1), Ted Taylor (Keep Walking On), Pee Wee Crayton (Little Bitty Things) , Bobby Day (Undecided), Fats Domino (Bo Weavil). Smokey Hogg (Late Prowling Girl), Ketty Lester (Love Letters), Ben E. King (My Heart Cries For You), and Rochell & The Candles (When My Baby Is Gone) are all top-notch tracks. Country Music fans probably heard ”Hearts Of Stone” by Red Foley and the song has been recorded by tons of other artists. I picked the cool version recorded by Otis Williams and The Charms over the one by The Jewels for this volume -but they are both great. Johnny Nash is next with another Western classic ”Cigareetes, Whusky & Wild Wild” originally recorded by The Sons Of The Pioneers. R&B diva Dinah Washington had a top 3 R&B hit in 1954 with the Hank Snow’s number ”I Don’t Hurt Anymore” but I heard versions of this song by Eddie Fisher, Faron Young, Johnny Cash, Narvel Felts, Bill Haley, and Janis Martin. Another western tune penned and first recorded by Hank Williams: ”Cold Cold Heart” is sung by Nat King Cole and two gospel songs that sound just like C&W by Sister Rosetta (On My Way) and Professor Johnson and his Gospel Singers (Where Shall I Be) are really worth more than a spin. The closing number is an older classic blues recording from the 1930s the great Casey Bill Weldon which sounds just like Western Swing. Enjoy!

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  • Various - Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday Vol. 1 – I’m Gonna Rock (CD)

    15,00

    “Koko Mojo Records’ new series Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday initiates with three albums (KM-CD-135-136-137). The concept looks at the weekend for the Negro people after the toil of working has ended. On Saturday evening they are sinners; drinking, partying and dancing to Jump Blues music. On Sunday they need redemption from their sins and attend a church where they listen to rousing upbeat Gospel songs. Each album contains twenty-eight up-tempo recordings and maintains Koko Mojo’s principle of ”killer and no filler” ideology!”

    Sin On Saturday, Pray On Sunday 01, I’m Gonna Rock, is a double-hitting music anthology that is jam-packed with R&B intensity combining pounding blues and stirring up-tempo gospel. The people get wild and raucous on Saturday evening listening to Jump Blues. On Sunday they pray, and repent their sins, at church while singing along to inspirational upbeat Gospel songs. The compelling twenty-eight songs anthology from the years 1938 through to 1963 features wild blues titles from; Sonny and Jaycee, Mister Froggie, the Voodoo Men with a vocal from Jo Buford, Mo Jo Workin’, Hound Dog Taylor, Take Five, and Buster Brown, Raise A Ruckus Tonight which set the scene for the sinful evening. The sophisticated R&B rompers include; B. B. King, I’ve Got Papers On You Baby, Memphis Minnie and Her Combo, Kissing In the Dark, J. B. Lenore and His Combo, Play A Little While, Lester Robertson, Everybody Wants To Know, and many more. The inspiring Gospel stompers include; The Sensational Nightingales with shared lead vocals from, Julius Chicks and Ernest James, Will He Welcome Me There, the Pilgrim Traveller with lead vocals from Louis Allen Rawls aka Lou Rawls, Daniel Saw The Stone, The Bells Of Joy, How Sweet It Is, the Golden Gate Quartet, Didn’t It Rain, and there are more Gospel stompers to enchant you. The album is perfect for dancing! The pulsating sounds are ideal for Dee Jays, small cellar clubs, the home listener, and those who wish to own albums that are not full of overly reissued titles.

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  • Various - Swing A Rama Volume 1 (CD)

    15,00

    “The special editions added to Atomicat Records -A-Rama series continues with Swing-A- Rama – Atomicat (ACCD118) which is full of the swinging-jive sounds aimed directly at the Swing, Lindy Hop, and Balboa-dancers. The twenty-eight songs begin in 1936 and culminate in 1961 and they reminiscence the golden years of ballroom dancing, and you can dance to the sounds which symbolize joy.”

    Swing -A- Rama Atomicat (ACCD0118) flashes back to the dawn of popular music and features swing opus titles with lilting vocals, and syncopated instrumentals which maintain a swinging tempo throughout. The twenty-eight songs begin in 1936 and culminate in 1961 and they reminiscence the golden years of ballroom dancing, and you can dance to the sounds which symbolize joy.

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  • Various - Rockin Spot Volume 3 – Jeanie (CD)

    15,00

    The Rockin’ Spot is a late-night music club that plays the living end of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Rockabilly, and Rhythm & Blues music with the moving and grooving titillating rhythms on volume 03 Jeanie Atomicat Records (ACCD131) being sourced from the years 1956 through to 1962.

    Jeanie is the third volume in the series and the name-dropping titles include; Bobby Charles Laura Lee, Carl McVoy, Little John’ Gone, Johnny Fuller, Sister Jenny, Joe Melson, Wake Up Little Susie, Buck Rogers, Rose Marie, Rusty Draper, Good Golly (Pretty Molly), Danny Zella Wicked Ruby, Mackey Beers, That Jim and many more. Between the thematic titles you hear tunes rocking rolling bop rockers about love; Delmer Wilburn, My Kissin’ Cousin, Alan Dale, You Threw A Dart, Frank Brunson, I Believe In You, and Jan Moore is Head Over Heels In Love. The bop beat has got a hold of Brian Russ, King Of Rock And Roll, and Bill Perry is going wild, Hoppin’, Boppin’ And Rockin’. Dennis Wayne has arranged a Blind Date and gets lucky when Laura Lee Perkins sings Kiss Me Baby and The Volumes cool off the evening with Our Song.

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  • Various - Rockin Soul Party Vol. 5 (CD)

    15,00

    Volume Five of Koko Mojo’s Let’s Throw A Rockin’ Soul Party contains thirty pleasurable soulful rockers from the years 1959 to 1963.” Koko Mojo Records’ album Let’s Throw A Rockin’ Soul Party 05 showcases thirty Doo-Wop, Soul, Pop, Tamla, and Rhythm & Blues titles with cross-over appeal. The plethora of recordings is sourced from the years 1959 to 1963.

    There are several big-name performers from the soulful side of rockin’ music and the album showcases twenty-nine different artists including; Roy Hamilton whose beautiful voice brings to life the melodic and catchy If Only I Had Known, The Rivingtons version of Unchain My Heart is uplifting, and The Robins will enthral you with the tale of Live Wire Suzie. The Marvelettes are hoping for love during Please Mr Postman, Memphian Jeb Stuart is Coming Down With The Blues, the delightful Dee Clark is a male song thrush serenading a lady with the cry of Because I Love You, Sammy Turner performs with The Twisters the spirited Sweet Annie Laurie, and solo he sings the catchy love song Always. Eugene Church has lost his love but has not given up hope during Pretty Baby Won’t You Come On Home, and the same sentiment applies to The Isley Brothers whose plea is You Better Come Home, and Marv Johnson has a love wish and consults the Magic Mirror. The not so well known artist who despite failing to gain a chart hit recorded fantastic songs include; Myrna March, Our Love, It Grows, The Lions, No One (No One But You), Taffie Lee, Stay Away From My Baby, Freddy Jaye, Thinking Of You, The Pleasures, Music City, and The Metallics who close the album with Need Your Love. If you don’t know the names we invite you to become acquainted with the singers on this album, you won’t be disappointed! The album is compiled by Austin, Texas-based Mr Rock and Soul and topped off with the best possible sound quality possible from our mastering team at our El Paso, Texas, Studio. The concept is lavishly decorated by Furbman / Retrograph, and the sleeve is made from top-quality eco-friendly cardboard specially designed to avoid the use of plastic and be environmentally friendly. Koko Mojo Records endeavors to use some lesser-known and for some, perhaps more obscure titles and adds something unexpected to every album. The album is ideal for Dee Jays to fill the dance floor with, and for home listening or while cruising around. You are listening to music from the past and preserving the future! Koko Mojo Records “often imitated, never duplicated” All that remains is to say, “Crank up the volume and dig these musical gems. Mr Rock and Soul, Austin, Texas

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  • Various - Rockabilly Love Vol. 1 – Servant Of Love (CD)

    15,00

    “From the success of the Atomicat Records series “Rock ‘n’ Roll Songs Of Happiness”, we proudly introduce our first album of a new series, “Rockabilly Love, Volume One, Servant Of Love”, Atomicat Records (ACCD140). The compilation is a thirty-song rockabilly and rock ‘n’ roll platter that is full of white bop beat, cool jive, and rhythmic stroll tempos! The album’s hot rockin’ love story contains dance titles fittingly sourced for those who enjoy dancing to white rockers, and the songs are obtained from 1956 through to 1962 and are perfect for romance, parties, and playing loud!”

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  • Various - Kiss Away – Rock ’N’ Roll Songs Of Happiness (CD)

    15,00

    30 songs of Rock n Roll love and happiness, not only on Valentine’s Day

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  • Lewis Jerry Lee - One Last Time (2CD) (CD)

    35,00

    2 CD Set / 30 Tracks. Over 2 hours of prime Killer – No Filler Jerry Lee Lewis. Recorded between 1985 & 1987 prior to the release of Jerry Lee’s bio pic ”Great Balls Of Fire.” His exploits as a piano-thumping, egocentric with an unquenchable thirst for living were the fodder for numerous biographies, film documentaries, and a full-length Hollywood movie. Certainly few other artists came to the party with more ego and talent than he and lived to tell the tale. And certainly even fewer could successfully channel that energy into their music and prosper doing it as well as Jerry Lee Lewis. INCLUDES PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED CONCERT PERFORMANCES – CLASSIC SUN ERA HITS & CONCERT FAVORITES.

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