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

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    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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  • Wayne "Blues Boss" Kenny - Blues From Chicago To Paris (LP)

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    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.

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  • Thorogood George - The Original George Thorogood (LP)

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    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.

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  • Black Keys - Dropout Boogie (LP)

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    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.

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  • Hooker John Lee - Featuring Earl Hooker – If You Miss ’Im … I Got ’Im (LP)

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    Recorded at Vault Recordings, Los Angeles, 29 May, 1969.
    180 gram pressing

    Full replica of original release on Bluesway label

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  • North Mississippi Allstars - Set Sail (LP)

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    Luther and Cody Dickinson started the North Mississippi Allstars in 1996 as a loose collective of like-minded second-generation musicians who shared a local repertoire and regional style. Over the years the lineup shifted by design, and each NMA record offered up a different combination of collaborators. Set Sail finds the brothers working with Jesse Williams on bass and Lamar Williams, Jr. for the first time.

    Set Sail, the North Mississippi Allstars’ thirteenth album, follows 2019’s Up and Rolling, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for the Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2021. Set Sail continues the band’s tradition of creating roots music that displays remarkable variety. With their latest record, NMA are able to build upon their self-described sound of Primitive Modernism. A melding of the new and the old, traditional and futuristic, crafted lyrics and improvisational music.

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  • North Mississippi Allstars - Set Sail (Indie Exclusive, Gotham Color Vinyl) (LP)

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    Luther and Cody Dickinson started the North Mississippi Allstars in 1996 as a loose collective of like-minded second-generation musicians who shared a local repertoire and regional style. Over the years the lineup shifted by design, and each NMA record offered up a different combination of collaborators. Set Sail finds the brothers working with Jesse Williams on bass and Lamar Williams, Jr. for the first time.

    Set Sail, the North Mississippi Allstars’ thirteenth album, follows 2019’s Up and Rolling, which was nominated for a Grammy Award for the Best Contemporary Blues Album in 2021. Set Sail continues the band’s tradition of creating roots music that displays remarkable variety. With their latest record, NMA are able to build upon their self-described sound of Primitive Modernism. A melding of the new and the old, traditional and futuristic, crafted lyrics and improvisational music.

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  • Son House - Forever On My Mind (LP)

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    A new Son House album of previously unreleased recordings from the legendary ”Father Of The Delta Blues” features the never before recorded track, ”Forever On My Mind. ” The album comes from noted blues manager and historian Dick Waterman’s archives which were the first upon Son House’s 1964 re-discovery. Restored to remarkable clarity, by producer Dan Auerbach for Easy Eye Sound, these recordings represent the earliest recordings of House upon his return to the limelight after 20+ years away.

    CD Packaging: Softpak CD w/ booklet

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  • Bishop Elvin & Charlie Musselwhite - 100 Years Of Blues (LP)

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    VIHDOINKIN MYÖS VINYYLINÄ!

     

    Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bishop and Grammy-winning harmonica great Musselwhite join forces for a fun and historic collaboration of front porch blues. Among the most famous bluesmen in the world, with over five decades each of recording and performing, Elvin and Charlie have scanned over 600,000 units combined, despite over two dozen of their releases coming before the advent of Soundscan.

    Aggressive press, radio and social media outreach around the great story of these two legends recording their first album together. Radio promotion for regular airplay on Triple A and Americana stations, as well as play on blues specialty shows that are guaranteed to give it bountiful spins.

    Tour dates at theatres and performing arts centers as they become feasible.

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  • Dion - Stomping Ground (2LP) (LP)

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    2021 release. Pioneering rock n’ roll singer/songwriter Dion delivers yet another powerful collection of timeless blues with Stomping Ground. It’s the follow-up to his universally acclaimed Keeping The Blues Alive Records debut, Blues With Friends, from 2020. Dion has yet again enlisted the music world’s most iconic and talented stars to bring his blues to life. Peter Frampton, Eric Clapton, Keb’ Mo’, Joe Bonamassa, Patti Scialfa & Bruce Springsteen, and more join Dion on this year’s most heartfelt release.

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  • Various - Boss Black Rockers Vol 1-10 LP Set + Slipmats (LP)

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    ENNAKKO TILAUKSET NYT!!!!

    Kesäkuussa ilmestyy. Rajoitettu 100 kappaleen painos boxina. Boxissa mukana levymattoja (10 kpl)

    1) there is no special packaging. Just 10 LPs in a shipping box with a sticker. The box itself is not shrinkwrapped. A great product for online sales. The 10 single LPs are shrinkwrapped each and the spine is a little bit wider (5mm instead of 3mm) to include the slipmat.

    2) the set is limited and can only be bought in pre-sales.

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  • Moody Blues - The Magnificent Moodies: 50th Anniversary (RSD) (LP)

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    Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a 50th Anniversary Deluxe VINYL Edition of the debut album by The Moody Blues, “The Magnificent Moodies”.

    This was a Record Store Day 2015 release and stocks are extremely limited.

    Now associated as being pioneers of progressive orchestral rock, the Moody Blues had another life between 1964 – 1966, as one of Britain’s finest Rhythm and Blues influenced acts. With a line-up of DENNY LAINE (Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica), RAY THOMAS (Vocals, Harmonica, Flute), MIKE PINDER (Keyboards, Vocals), CLINT WARWICK (Bass, Vocals) and GRAEME EDGE (Drums), the band signed to a London based management company who leased recordings to Decca Records. Their second single, a cover version of Bessie Banks’ “Go Now!” was a huge chart success across the world. Their debut album, “The Magnificent Moodies” was released in1965 to great acclaim and tours with The Beatles eventually led them to become part of Brian Epstein’s management stable. The band continued to record a series of singles, enjoying further chart hits in the UK and Europe, before Clint Warwick departed to be replaced by ROD CLARK and then finally dissolving in the Autumn of 1966 and reinventing themselves stylistically with a new line-up including JUSTIN HAYWARD and JOHN LODGE.

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  • Lead Belly - American Epic: The Best Of (LP)

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    Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing housed in tip-on jacket with soft touch finish. Louisiana delta native Huddie ”Lead Belly” Ledbetter is the master of twelve-string blues guitar. His story is one of high-highs and low-lows, from serving stints in prison after killing a man in a fight for a woman’s heart, but then eventually earning early release by entertaining his fellow prison-mates and penning a song for the governor, thus cementing his reputation of singing his way out of prison. Folklorists John and Alan Lomax were early supporters that brought Lead Belly to the attention of Ivy Leaguers as well as a European audience. His songs have been widely covered by artists such as Elvis, Nirvana, Johnny Cash, and the Grateful Dead.

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  • Wressnig Raphael & Igor Prado - Groove & Good Times (LP)

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    Old School meets New School! Their symbiosis makes you enjoy a perfect composition of authentic blues feeling with a good take on contemporary funkiness! Prado and Wressnig combine soul, blues and funk rhythms, thus provoking the production of happy hormones in the listener’s brain. Thanks to his virtuoso playing on the Hammond B-3, Raphael Wressnig has become the epitome of a modern Hammond organist. Already five times this unique musician has been nominated for ”Best Organ Player of the Year” in the Critics Poll of ”DownBeat”, a magazine being considered as kind of Holy Scripture in matters of Jazz. In cooperation with the Brazilian blues guitarist Igor Prado he has now produced the album ”Groove & Good Times” to be released on Pepper Cake Records on vinyl LP, CD and all digital platforms. Lineup: Raphael Wressnig – Hammond B-3 organ & Hohner D-6 clavinet Igor Prado – guitars Yuri Prado – drums & percussion

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  • Rod Gator - For Louisiana (LP)

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    Formerly known as Rod Melancon, Gator embraces his roots on the new album as he takes on the name originally given to him by his father. ”’For Louisiana’ is a song about self doubt and the ups and downs of being a touring musician,” explains Gator. ”It’s about missing the places you grew up and the people that shaped your childhood. Even though it’s far from perfect, it’ll always be my home.” Blending Louisiana soul with greasy country-rock, Texas blues and electrified funk, Gator’s music doesn’t just nod to the American South, it creates it’s own sonic geography.

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  • Allison Luther - Hand Me Down My Moonshine (2LP) (LP)

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    Double vinyl LP pressing. This release is Luther Allison’S first acoustic endeavour, and was recorded at LUTHER’S Paris residence. Ruf Records has added another facet to the rich legacy of ALLISON with these tunes. These intimate acoustic encounters with Luther, his guitar and occasional friends are rarities in the body of his work and performances. LUTHER’S vibrant acoustic stylings and his down-home, unamplified vocals make this affair a pleasurable listen. Accompanying LUTHER on all but one tune is his touring bassist, Zox on acoustic bass. Euro-guitarist Patrick Verbeke helps out on two tunes with contributions on steel and 12-string guitars. LUTHER’S son, BERNARD ALLISON provides the slide guitar action and background vocals on the final cut. Thierry Menesclou gives up the harmonica chops on the same tune. LUTHER’S guitar virtuosity, along with his familiarity and association with his music makes this effort another feather in his hat. The feel of this music is restful, and yet playfully exchanging. It will seem as if you are sitting in LUTHER’S living room and listening to this. The DAT recordings are pure and crisp with little sound distortion. Of the twelve tunes on this release, LUTHER’S pen stroked off ten of them. He also produced the biscuit. Luther Allison was always an intimate performer; one who engaged his audience and took them on a musical excursion. This disc is not any different! LUTHER is still here to give us some choice encounters with the blues. These acoustic sessions are only a sweet topping on his already multi-layered cake!

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  • Allison Luther - Life Is A Bitch (LP)

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    1984 album from the iconic blues guitarist and vocalist.

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  • Thornton Big Mama - Sassy Mama : Live At The Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club (RSD) (LP)

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    ■ First Time on Vinyl.
    • Justin Time Essentials Collection.
    • Remastered for Vinyl includes ”Hound Dog”, ”Ball & Chain” plus unreleased material and incredible new cover painting by John Rummen.
    • Recorded Live in 1977 at Montreal’s infamous Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club.

    ■ Willie Mae ’Big Mama” Thornton, is an American Blues Legend known as the amazing voice behind the original ”Hound Dog” and ”Ball & Chain”. She sadly passed away in 1984 at the young age of 57 after a hard life in the music business – She added a female voice to a field that was dominated by white males, and her strong personality transgressed stereotypes of what an African-American woman should be. This transgression was an integral part of her performance and stage persona.

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  • Hart Beth - Good Times Bad Times (A Tribute To Led Zeppelin) (Orange) 2LP (LP)

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    The Grammy-nominated powerhouse vocalist Beth Hart takes on one of her most profound undertakings to date by channelling the legendary voice of Robert Plant on A Tribute To Led Zeppelin. The album will be released on CD, double black vinyl and doulbe orange vinyl via Provogue/Mascot Label Group.

    The nine-song album highlights the incredible spectrum that Led Zeppelin operated in, from powerhouse rock to psychedelia, folk, jazz, prog, blues, funk, soul and beyond. Rumours about the album had been circulating for a few years. At the helm was super-producer Rob Cavallo and engineer Doug McKean. The A-list musicians include Cavallo on guitar along with Tim Pierce, Chris Chaney on bass, Jamie Muhoberac on keyboards, Dorian Crozier on drums and Matt Laug, with Orchestral arrangements by David Campbell. All that was left was the final piece of the puzzle… the voice.

    Things clicked into place when Cavallo was producing Hart’s previous album, War In My Mind (2019), and she did an impromptu version of ”Whole Lotta Love” in the control room during the session. Maybe this was always in the cards. It’s fitting that the song that started it all, ”Whole Lotta Love”, is the opening song of the album. From there, it’s a non-stop, palpitating journey.

    Talking about the music and legacy of Zeppelin, Beth says, ”it’s so beautifully done, it’s timeless. It will go on forever. Sometimes people come along, and they’re from another planet, and they make these pieces of art which will forever be, like the Mona Lisa.”

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  • Hart Beth & Bonamassa Joe - Don`t Explain (2LP, Transparent) (LP)

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    ”Fans of guitar master Joe Bonamassa will be delighted that 2011 was such a prolific year in his career. First came the fine, rootsy Dust Bowl, then 2, the second chapter in his Black Country Communion project’s catalog. Don’t Explain, a collection of soul, blues, and jazz-oriented covers in collaboration with vocal firebrand Beth Hart marks his third entry this year. The ten-song set of blues and soul is a logical extension of her vocal contribution to ”No Love on the Street” from Dust Bowl. Opening is a thoroughly raucous contemporary blues reading of Ray Charles’ ”Sinner’s Prayer,” followed by a quirky version of Tom Waits’ ”Chocolate Jesus,” and an unusual cover of contemporary jazz-pop singer/songwriter Melody Gardot’s ”You Heart Is as Black as Night.” On this cut, a string orchestra adds a touch of perversity; it offers the impression of a femme fatale singing a Brecht-Weill number in a smoky cabaret in front of a moody string orchestra, buoyed by a brooding electric blues quintet. ”For My Friends,” a Bill Withers’ tune, is a big, nasty, jagged blues number that keeps the funky groove intact. The title track, a number closely associated with Billie Holiday, falls flat. Hart tries too hard to employ Holiday’s phrasing, the string orchestrations are overblown, and Bonamassa’s crew is too reverent. This formula also mars the remake of Aretha Franklin’s ”Ain’t No Way” that closes the set. Far better are readings of Etta James’ signatories ”I’d Rather Go Blind,” and ”Something’s Got a Hold on Me.” Hart’s emotive, throaty delivery is perfectly suited to both songs, and she resists trying to ape James’ phrasing. Since they follow one another directly, the musical difference between them also showcase’s Hart’s diverse abilities. The former is a soul burner, the latter a gospel blues. Bonamassa and band accent her every phrase with requisite rowdiness, sting, and grit. The pair’s only vocal collaboration is a burning read of Delaney & Bonnie’s ”Well, Well.” With Anton Fig’s breaks and rim shots underscoring Arlan Scheirbaum’s electric piano fills, Bonamassa’s burning leads, the chunky, rhythmic foundation from guitarist Blondie Chaplin, and Carmine Rojas’ bassline, Hart and the lead guitarist trade whip-smart call and response vocals with enough raw country-soul to bring the song to a new audience. While not a perfect recording, Don’t Explain is a good one, whose strengths are numerous enough to warrant a second go round”

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