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  • Siegal Ian - Stone By Stone (CD)


    Stone By Stone is an album by Ian Siegal, released in 2022. Stone By Stone includes a.o. the following tracks: “Working On A Building (ft. Jimmie Wood & J.J. Holiday)”, “The Fear”, “Monday Saw”, “Holler” and more. The album is a Digipak blues CD.

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  • Various - Sadie’s Gentlemen’s Club V5 – Branded (CD)


    “Atomicat Records with permission from Sadie the mysterious owner and mistress of The Gentlemen’s Club are making the music played at the venue referred to as “The House Of Sin” available to the public. During Visit 05 – Branded you will absorb the thirty songs which will enter your heart.”
    The album undeniably includes styles associated with our labels Atomicat and Koko Mojo, specifically greasy rhythm and blues and rock ’n’ roll, and within the series, we include songs that are more fitting to a late-night rendezvous club. You will encounter and absorb yourself into the genres of; titty-shakers, popcorn, twist, pop, exotica, space-age, swing, and blues. The concept is presented Atomicat style ”loud, pulsating and vibrant” and sourced from the years 1947 onwards with most of the sounds being from the mid-1950s music through to 1963.
    le rendezvous à la Maison du rouge known as Sadie’s Gentlemen’s Club aka The House of Sin – Visit 05 – Branded – Atomicat Records (ACCD110) the message is Teach Me Tonight.
    The sensual feelings discovered during Visit 05 – Branded are focusing on the intention to gain satisfaction; Ernie Freeman, The Stripper, Otis Rush, I’m Satisfied, Mickey and Sylvia, A New Idea On Love, and Dinah Washington, Teach Me Tonight. There is some cheating going on, Charlie Blackwell, The Girl Of My Best Friend, The Hollywood Chicks find a playboy, Hey, Little Gigolo, and there is a hint of desperation from Gloria Irving, I Need A Man.
    The album’s title Branded is performed by Richie Robin and other artists fully in love include; Magnificent Seven, Baby Doll, Roy Hamilton, A Great Romance, The Flamingos, Nobody Loves Me Like You, and Marilyn Monroe, I Wanna Be Loved By You.
    For fun and frolics you will get low down and groovy to the sounds of; Berna-Dean, One Gal In Town, Five Men Hanging Around, Chance Halladay, 13 Women, Ray Charles and Orchestra, Kissa Me Baby, The Drifters, I’ll Take You Home, and for reminiscing fun, Chubby Checker, Dancin’ Party.
    Every album has thirty recordings remastered Atomic style which is clear, vibrant and the music is carefully collected throughout the series to offer vibrant and diverse sounds from the numerous musical genres.The series is the brainchild of Dee Jay Mark Armstrong and has the expected vibrant Atomic remastered sound from The Studio That Time Forgot, El Paso, Texas, and the package is brought to life with wonderful illustrations from Gito Lima.
    Dee Jay Mark Armstrong Bühl, Germany

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  • Lightnin´ Hopkins - The Great Electric Show And Dance (Käytetty LP/12)


    Still sealed / Muoveissa. 1969 julkaistun albumi reissue.
    Recorded at ACA Studios. Houston and Steve Wrights Studio, Tyler Texas.

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  • Various - Excello Story 2LP (Käytetty LP/12)


    Täydellinen albumi! Mukana alkuperäiset sisäpussit.

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  • Mahal Taj & Cooder Ry - Get On Board (CD)


    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.

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  • Johnny Littlejohn & J.B. Hutto - Slide ’em On Down: Chicago Slide Guitar 1966-1992 (2CD) (CD)


    ”People was coming from places like Joliet, Chicago Heights, different places, they’d listen, they’d sit there and drink, they’d listen to me.” Johnny Littlejohn ”Johnny Littlejohn was a dazzling slide guitarist heavily influenced by Elmore James. His versatility and professionalism made him popular on the Chicago blues scene.” James Segrest & Mark Hoffman ”Today’s blues in the small bars still draws strength from the slide guitar style, whose shrill whine rings loud and clear from the taverns. Homesick James, J.B. Hutto, Hound Dog Taylor and David ’Honeyboy’ Edwards have always played with a slide. But a newer name is Johnny Littlejohn (John Funchess) from Lake, Mississippi, who although part of the Gary scene in the early ’50s, when he played with John Brim as well as with Jimmy Reed and Eddie Taylor had to wait until 1965* to get on record.” Mike Rowe, ’Chicago Breakdown’ Like many Chicago bluesmen, Johnny’s first 45s were recorded for small labels and when Mike Rowe wrote ’Chicago Breakdown’ in 1973 Johnny Littlejohn was still seen as a ’newer name’. Yet he had recorded a well-received album for Arhoolie Records – ’Chicago Blues Stars’ five years earlier. He had also tried out for Chess Records in 1969 (although the session remained in the can), tracks from his Arhoolie album appeared on blues compilations and he had a solid reputation among African Americans who still bought blues records and frequented Chicago’s blues clubs, bars and lounges.

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  • Zito Mike - Blues For The Southside (2CD) (CD)


    Recorded on November 26, 2021, at the Old Rock House in St. Louis, Missouri, and produced by Mike Zito, Blues for the Southside showcases Zito (guitar, vocals) and his stellar band in full fury with special guests Tony Campanella, Dave Kalz and guitar wizard Eric Gales. The set list for that special night included tunes from Mike’s earlier albums and his tributes to Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix and Steve Ray Vaughan.

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  • Ramirez Jose With The Dellmark All-Star Band - Major League Blues (CD)


    The album presents seven original songs by Jose Ramirez and two classic tunes by masters of Chicago Blues, Magic Sam and Eddie Taylor.

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  • Johnson Syl Meets Smokey Smothers - Chicago Blues – The 60s New Breed (CD)


    Two artists who recorded for the legendary FEDERAL label in 1959 and 1960.

    24 tracks offering a perfect snapshot of the R&B scene at the time, several of which include the guitar work of blues legend Freddie King.

    Experience the sounds that had Chicago juke boxes buzzing as the 50s morphed into the 60s.

    Includes half a dozen tracks never before available on CD anywhere in the world.

    Informative booklet tells the story of both artists, together with photos, label and sleeve scans.

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  • McTell Blind Willie - The Syncopated Country Blues Of (CD)


    A man once immortalised in song by Bob Dylan, no less, BLIND WILLIE McTELL was a noted Piedmont Blues and Ragtime singer and guitarist, who made his first recordings in the late 1920s.

    Dylan sang: ’And I know no one can sing The Blues like Blind Willie McTell.’

    Essentially a rambling, street musician in Georgia and on the streets of Atlanta, McTell played with a fluid, syncopated fingerstyle guitar technique, although unlike his Piedmont contemporaries, he played twelve-string guitars almost exclusively.

    He was also an adept slide guitarist, which was unusual among Ragtime Bluesmen.

    His vocal style, a smooth and often laid-back tenor, differed greatly from the harsher voices of Delta Bluesmen like Charley Patton.

    The material on this collection was recorded for Atlantic and Regal, in 1949, although many of these sides would not be released until the late 60s/early 70s Blues revival, some twenty years later.

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  • Brenston Jackie - The Blues Got Me Again – Singles 1951-1962 (CD)


    JACKIE BRENSTON’s name is of course ubiquitous in all discussions and/or essays concerning ’What was the very first Rock & Roll record?’ due to his bootin’ ’Rocket 88′, a #1 R&B record in 1951 which was famously covered by Bill Haley & His Saddlemen.

    Brenston was a singer/saxophonist in Ike Turner’s band, and his sole hit was essentially a head arrangement based heavily on Jimmy Liggins’ ’Cadillac Boogie’, which came together in Sam Phillips’ recording studio, in Memphis.

    Although the disc was credited to ’Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats’, they were actually Ike Turner & His Kings of Rhythm.

    However, although follow-ups like ’My Real Gone Rocket’ and ’Independent Woman’ are highly-regarded by collectors, he was unable to register another hit.

    This compilation comprises everything that Brenston recorded as a lead vocalist between 1951-62, either solo, with Ike Turner, or with Chicago guitarist Earl Hooker; this is the first time that these twenty-seven tracks have been thus compiled.

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  • Stidham Arbee - Feeling Blue & Low 1947-1957 (CD)


    ARBEE (not R.B.) STIDHAM was an American Blues/R&B singer and multi-instrumentalist (he played sax, clarinet, and guitar), active between the late 1940s until just before his death, in 1988.

    Before WWII he played tenor sax, leading his own Jazz band, who backed Bessie Smith for a couple of years.

    He cut his first record in 1947 and quickly became a member of that unlucky – if distinguished – group of artistes who scored a R&B #1 with their very first record, in his case ’My Heart Belongs To You’, but then failed to register another national hit.

    He nonetheless enjoyed significant regional successes with sides like ’I Send My Regrets’, ’Feeling Blue And Low’ and ’Meet Me Half Way’.

    Despite his career longevity Stidham recorded only sporadically; this compilation presents the very best of his sides for RCA Victor, Sittin’ In With, Checker, Abco and States between 1947-57.

    This body of work is currently unavailable elsewhere on CD.

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  • Various - Blue Rocks (Käytetty LP/12)


    A Product of Flying Dutchman Productions Ltd.

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