Country 40s-70s / Bluegrass

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  • Various - Hillbillies In Hell Vol 12 (Rsd) (LP)

    37,00

    Tulihan se sieltä. Hiukan myöhässä RSD julkaisupäivästä. TÄYDELLISEN SARJAN TÄYDELLINEN JATKO-OSA.

    Randomly Inserted Coloured Vinyl / Rsd 21

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  • Jennings Waylon - It’s Only Rock & Roll/Never Could Toe the Mark/Turn the Page/Sweet Mother Texas (CD)

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    4 albums from “Outlaw” country singer Jennings, dating from 1983 to 1986 .
    This package features the country hits ‘Lucille’, ‘Never Could Toe The Mark’, ‘The Devil’s On The Loose’ and ‘Breakin’ Down’ Jennings was a true innovator with his distinctive appearance and singing style
    Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes.

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  • Bishop Dickie - The Dickie Bishop Story 1955-1961 – No Other Baby (CD)

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    Singer/guitarist/banjo-plucker/songwriter DICKIE BISHOP, a sideman whose name is synonymous with Chris Barber and Lonnie Donegan, should have been a contender for solo success, but seemed instead destined to a career in supporting roles.

    Indeed, he featured heavily on a pair of million-selling singles, Donegan’s ’Lost John’ and Barber’s ’Petite Fleur’.

    His own most well-known song, ’No Other Baby’, was covered by The Vipers and Bobby Helms (the latter, a UK hit), while in the 1990s it was famously revived by Paul McCartney, who took it back into the UK charts.

    This collection comprises his four humongously-collectable solo singles from 1957/58, on which Dickie was backed by his own group, The Sidekicks, alongside a selection of his most notable appearances as a singer and/or sideman, between 1955 and 1961, recorded variously with Barber, Donegan, Johnny Duncan, Monty Sunshine and Kenny Ball.

    Several of Dickie’s solo sides have never previously appeared on CD, while this is the first time that his career has been thus anthologised, making for a unique, highly-desirable compilation.

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  • Stanley Brothers - Carter & Ralph – Selected Singles 1953-1960 (CD)

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    Musical brothers and Bluegrass music are almost synonymous with each other. Many of the greats of the genre were siblings – Bill and Charlie Monroe, Jim and Jesse McReynolds, Bobby and Sonny Osborne being three of the most famous family names of this rural variant of hillbilly music. Among the most famous of all the actual brother acts in bluegrass, Carter and Ralph Stanley are without peer.

    In a recording career that began in the late 1940s and that stalled in the mid-60s after Carter Stanley tragically drank himself to death – at which point Ralph began a second, even more successful career that spanned the next half century – the Stanley Brothers recorded and introduced some of the finest bluegrass recordings made by anyone, at any time. This new Jasmine collection brings together the best of their sides for the Mercury, Starday and King labels from the 1950s and early 60s – a period during which they were at their peak as performers, and one that produced some of the most important and essential bluegrass recordings of all.

    As well as exceptional vocal and instrumental skills, this compilation shows the breadth of material in the Stanley’s discography. Sacred songs, seasonal songs, covers of R&B hits and indeed one of Mr. Monroe’s ’Blue Moon Of Kentucky’ performed in the style of Elvis Presley’s Sun recording – these are just a few of the delights in store for you here. Naturally it also includes their most famous recording of ’I’m A Man of Constant Sorrow’, a song that underwent a rebirth of popularity after being featured in the soundtrack of the film ’Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?’

    As always, remastered from the best possible sources and featuring a comprehensive biography, this superb selection of premium bluegrass is but a small part of a very big catalogue that may well be explored further. Purchase of a copy will go a long way to making that happen!

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  • Sinatra Nancy - Start Walkin’ 1965-1976 (Ltd, digipak) (CD)

    25,00

    2021 definitive digitally remastered compilation including solo recordings, rarities and duets with Lee Hazlewood. Remastered from the original analog tapes by Grammy-nominated engineer John Baldwin, the collection is complemented by liner notes penned by Amanda featuring insightful new interviews with Sinatra, as well as a Q&A with archivist and GRAMMY®-nominated reissue co-producer, Hunter Lea. Nancy’s performance of the Lee Hazlewood-penned song ”These Boots Are Made for Walkin'” was a huge hit in 1966 and became her signature tune. The pair began a three year run of successful albums, duets, and singles including ”Sugar Town,” ”Some Velvet Morning,” ”Summer Wine,” ”Sand,” ”Jackson,” and the title track to the 1967 James Bond film ”You Only Live Twice.” Start Walkin’ explores Nancy’s recordings with Lee, her inspired collaborations with songwriter Mac Davis (”Hello L.A., Bye Bye Birmingham”), producer Lenny Waronker (”Hook and Ladder”), and the ”should’ve been hit” song with arranger/producer Billy Strange (”How Are Things In California.”). Over the years, she has been cited as an influence by countless artists, including Sonic Youth, Morrissey, Calexico, U2, and Lana Del Rey. Her haunting song ”Bang, Bang” gained a new legion of fans when it appeared in the opening credits of Quentin Tarantino’s 2003 film, Kill Bill Volume 1.

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  • Coe David Allan - Biketoberfest ’01: Live From The Iron Horse Saloon (CD)

    18,00

    (Anniversary Edition, LIMITED EDITION)

    If there’s ever been a way to describe David Allan Coe, it’s got to be his ability to defy categorization. With over six decades of following his musical muse wherever it’s led, this craggy voiced outlaw has crossed the panorama of American roots music. As well as being a singer, guitarist, songwriter, David is also a magician and a ventriloquist, deep sea treasure hunter, and movie star. His movies included Stagecoach, The Last Days Of Frank and Jesse James, Lady Grey, Buckstone County Prison, Take This Job and Shove It, to mention a few. David signed with Sun Records in 1968 and recorded his first album Penitentiary Blues, all songs that David had written in prison. In 1973, Columbia Records bought David’s contract from Sun Records and he recorded his first Columbia album, titled ”The Mysterious Rhinestone Cowboy”, several years before Glen Campbell had a hit with the song, ”Rhinestone Cowboy. ”Much has been written about David’s past and his lifestyle, but not much about his achievements over the years. From performing on Farm Aid to touring with Neil Young, Kid Rock and Willie Nelson. David’s song, ”Take This Job and Shove It” has received multi-million airplays certificate from BMI. His ”Greatest Hits” album is multi-platinum and his ”First Ten Years” album is gold. David has had sixty three songs on the Billboard Singles Charts, including, ”Mona Lisa Lost Her Smile”, ”The Ride”, ”Please Come To Boston”, ”Willie, Waylon and Me”, ”Jack Daniels If You Please” and ”You Never Even Called Me By My Name” to name a few. David has written songs for Johnny Paycheck, Tanya Tucker, George Jones, Willie Nelson, Leon Russell, Charlie Louvin, Del Reeves, Tamy Wynette, Melba Montgomery, Stoney Edwards, The Oak Ridge Boys and Kid Rock. Both ”Would You Lay With Me” and ”Take This Job and Shove It” are multi- million seller songs penned by David. Johnny Cash has also recorded David’s songs including ”Would You Lay With Me” on his chart topping album entitled, Cash. David has been through a lot in his life but has manage

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  • Flatlanders - Treasure Of Love (CD)

    18,00

    Almost 50 years after the sessions that would make them an ”accidental Texas supergroup” (Rolling Stone), The Flatlanders have return with Treasure of Love, their first new album in more than a decade. Completed during COVID-19 lockdowns with the help of longtime friend and collaborator Lloyd Maines, the record finds the iconic trio of Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock in classic form, serving up a rollicking collection of twang-fueled, harmony-laden performances full of wry humor and raw heartbreak. While a few songs here are never-before-heard originals, the vast majority of the tracklist consists of tunes the band picked up during their half-century together, some stretching as far back as the group’s earliest performances in the honkytonks around Lubbock, TX, where you might have spotted Willie Nelson or Townes Van Zandt in the audience.

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  • Flatlanders - Treasure Of Love (Ltd, 2LP) (LP)

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    Almost 50 years after the sessions that would make them an ”accidental Texas supergroup” (Rolling Stone), The Flatlanders have return with Treasure of Love, their first new album in more than a decade. Completed during COVID-19 lockdowns with the help of longtime friend and collaborator Lloyd Maines, the record finds the iconic trio of Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Butch Hancock in classic form, serving up a rollicking collection of twang-fueled, harmony-laden performances full of wry humor and raw heartbreak. While a few songs here are never-before-heard originals, the vast majority of the tracklist consists of tunes the band picked up during their half-century together, some stretching as far back as the group’s earliest performances in the honkytonks around Lubbock, TX, where you might have spotted Willie Nelson or Townes Van Zandt in the audience.

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  • Parton Dolly - Early (180 gram, gatefold,pink) (LP)

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    Limited colored vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Archive collection containing the very first professional recordings made by beloved Country icon, Dolly Parton, when she was just 13 years old. Also includes rare recordings from the early ’60s of Dolly singing songs made famous by Kitty Wells including one of Parton’s own songs written for Wells, ”Letter To Heaven!”

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  • Prine John - Live At The Other End, December 1975 (4LP) (RSD) (LP)

    75,00

    In December 1975, Grammy award-winning songwriter John Prine played three nights at The Other End (previously and now known as The Bitter End) in Greenwich Village, NYC. The acoustic performances featured some of his best-known songs such as “Angel From Montgomery” and “Hello In There”, from his first four studio albums: John Prine (1971), Diamonds In The Rough (1972), Sweet Revenge (1973) and Common Sense (1975). These rare and previously unreleased solo performances—comprising two full sets—will now be made available, pressed on 180g black vinyl, exclusively RSD Drops 2021. Strictly limited to 12500 copies worldwide.

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  • Prine John - Live At The Other End, December 1975 (2CD) (RSD) (CD)

    27,00

    In December 1975, Grammy award-winning songwriter John Prine played three nights at The Other End (previously and now known as The Bitter End) in Greenwich Village, NYC. The acoustic performances featured some of his best-known songs such as “Angel From Montgomery” and “Hello In There”, from his first four studio albums: John Prine (1971), Diamonds In The Rough (1972), Sweet Revenge (1973) and Common Sense (1975). These rare and previously unreleased solo performances—comprising two full sets—will now be made available, pressed on 180g black vinyl, exclusively RSD Drops 2021. Strictly limited to 12000 copies worldwide.

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  • Nelson Willie & Karen O - Under Pressure (RSD) (7 single/EP)

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    Karen O & Willie Nelson covering the classic Queen / David Bowie track. Exclusive b-side

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  • Various - Sassy & Strong: Forgotten Sides From Nashville’s Finest Ladies (67-73) (LP)

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    YES! Saimme vain 8 kappaletta. Samaa sarjaa kuin Hillbillies in Hell!

    In the long shadow of anthems like ’These Boots Are Made For Walking’ and ’Ode To Billie Joe’…
    Here are some of the finest, most forgotten moments from Nashville’s best known and most unknown Ladies. An incredible compendium of seldom heard Countrypolitan Triumphs: Fuzztone Fables to the great God of Avarice – Mammon, totally Boss bass-string belters for Hard-Working Beer-Joint Babes, fearless Existential tracts of Mortality and jaded, jaundiced Serenades for Jilted Lovers. Years in the making – ’Sassy & Strong’ presents 16 timeless tirades from when Nashville put the Pedal Steel to the Metal, when Rubber hit the Country Road: Burnished Broken tales of Celebrity, fumbling, faltering Crises of Identity, Deep, Deep, Probing Lamentations, exhilarating Celebratory Gospel Exaltations and feisty epic Biblical Emancipations. Upfront and uplifting, profound, proud, reflective and questioning – some of these original 45s are extremely rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your rumbling, righteous listening pleasure. WITNESS Norma Jean cry HEAVEN HELP THE WORKING GIRL! HEAR Anita Carter declare I WON’t CHANGE FOR YOU! SEE Judy West sing bittersweet to the NASHVILLE WIVES!

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  • Cash Johnny - Unreleased 1974 Recordings (Ltd) (LP)

    25,00

    LP – 180gr. + Sleeve deluxe with gold stamper + Insert cardboard
    Limited edition!!!

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  • Mike Cooley, Patterson Hood & Jason Isbell - Live at the Shoals Theatre (4LP, RSD) (LP)

    69,00

    Recorded live at the Shoals Theatre in Florence, AL on 6/15/14.
    High quality cardboard box with 4 lp’s and digital download card.
    Lp’s in black rice-paper lined sleeves.
    Bonus uncredited 5 minute song at end of track H1 – Keep On Smilin’ starts at about 7:08 track time

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  • Dion - Kickin Child: 1965 Columbia Recordings (LP)

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    LOPPUUNMYYTY ALBUMI!

    Archive release from the rock/pop icon. Dion had an album ready for release at Columbia in 1965, but it never made it out of the gate until now!

    Recorded fifty-two years ago, it is as atom-smashing now as it was when Dion rolled tape with producer Tom Wilson at Columbia Studios in ’65. Why was this album pulled from release and shelved? For that story, you’ll have to consult Scott Kempner’s illuminating liner notes here. Dion would be back on the Laurie label again a few years later, but this Columbia recording captures the doo-wop icon in a mid-’60s folk-rock state of mind, doing Bob Dylan’s ”It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” ”Farewell” and ”Baby I’m in the Mood for You” plus Tom Paxton’s ”I Can’t Help but Wonder Where I’m Bound” and the original songs ”Kickin’ Child” (co-written with Buddy Lucas and released as a single in ’65), ”Now” (featuring Al Kooper), ”My Love,” ”Wake Up Baby,” ”Knowing I Won’t Go Back There” and more (several of these songs were released on prior outtakes collections and retrospectives, some with different orchestrations).

    This is the first time that all these tracks are being issued together as the originally intended Dion album. A lost chapter in the epic story of this legendary rock ’n’ roller from the Bronx finally surfaces, some 52 years later.

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  • Neil Fred - Tear Down The Walls & Bleecker & Macdougal (CD)

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    Tear Down The Walls’ (1964) mixes some (now) folk standards such as Bonnie Dobson’s “Morning Dew” and traditional songs like “Lonesome Valley” and “I Know You Rider”. The most of the songs belong to Fred Neil while Vince Martin brought a great deal of talent and fresh ideas to the collaboration, not to mention his association with John Sebastian [The Lovin’ Spoonful] and Felix Pappalardi [The Young Rascals and later Mountain]. The ‘Bleecker & MacDougal (1965) songs where much covered in the sixties like; ”Blues on the Ceiling,” (The Bintangs), ”The Other Side To This Life,” (Jefferson Airplane) and ”Candy Man” (Roy Orbison). Vince Neil was one-of-a-kind singer, with a soul-searing, gravelly voice and fingers that picked one of the meanest blues guitars in folk.

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  • Crochet Cleveland - Hillbilly Ramblers And Sugar Bees (2-CD) (CD)

    18,00

    2-CD (Digisleeve) with 36-page booklet, 38 tracks. Total playing time approx. 90 min.

    – Long overdue: the complete recordings of Cajun fiddler Cleveland Crochet on Bear Family, including all surviving alternate versions and the originally unreleased masters.
    – In 1961, a Cajun song made it onto the Billboard pop charts for the first time: Sugar Bee climbed to #80.
    – These recordings were made between 1954 and 1963 for Folk-Star, Khoury’s, Goldband, Lyric and Swallow in Louisiana. As a bonus, we provide all solo recordings by band members Shorty ’Vorris’ LeBlanc (accordion) and Jay Stutes (steel guitar), accompanied almost without exception by Cleveland Crochet’s Sugar Bees.
    – Cajun expert Michael Hurtt wrote the liner notes.
    – Background information by Chris Strachwitz (Arhoolie Records) and others.
    – Many previously unpublished photos.
    A must for all fans of country music, Cajun, blues and original rock ’n’ roll.

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  • Jones George - Country Music Jamboree (Ltd) (10``LP)

    27,50

    1-LP 10inch (limited to 500 copies – orange vinyl), 12 single tracks.

    1:1 reproduction of a super rare Japanese George Jones LP in Bear Family’s exclusive series of 10inch vinyl releases, a limited collector’s edition!
    Reissue with the original cover.

    The genuine version with 8 single tracks was released in 1960 on the Japanese Mercury label, catalog number MPM 1024.

    Originals are rarely offered on the collector’s market, and when they are, they often go for several hundred dollars a piece!
    Bear Family has added four bonus tracks, Just Little Boy Blue, Tall Tall Trees, Sparkling Brown Eyes and Too Much Water – all recordings first released on Mercury in the USA between 1956 and 1960.

    Carefully remastered for the highest sound quality and pressed on high quality vinyl!

    Limited to 500 colored copies!

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