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  • Little Richard - Dew Drop Inn / Get Rhythm (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • Fury Billy - What Do You Think You’re Doing Of/ Bye Bye (7 single/EP)

    12,00

    Bootleg 7″ in the style of London Records Promo

  • Bing Day / Joe Penny - Pony Tail Partner / Bip A Little, Bop A Lot (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    reissue.

  • Wayne Terry - EP (7 single/EP)

    12,00

    Reissue of the Spanish edition by Terry Wayne, very difficult to find.
    Now you can get a reproduction with almost exact precision of the original, back sleeve with exterior back tabs, spine on the cover using an original template from the 60s.

    Original EP was sold for 1200 euros?

  • Everett Vince - Box Of Candy / I’m Snowed (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    First time on 45 for ’Box of Candy’. ’I’m Snowed’ was originally issued on Royalty under the name Marvin Benefield.

  • Lewis Jerry Lee - Let The Good Times Roll / Hillbilly Music (Cream) (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Limited edition of 150 copies. Cream coloured vinyl.

  • Lewis Jerry Lee - High School Confidential (Movie version) / Fools Like Me (alt.take) (Cream) (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Limited edition of 150 copies. Cream coloured vinyl.

  • Vincent Gene - In Love Again / You Are The One For Me (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Limited edition of 300 copies.

  • Carroll Johnny - You Two Timed Me (One Time Too Often) / Sugar Lips (7 single/EP)

    18,00
  • Dawson Ronnie - Why Did You Cry / Fire Fire Fire (stroll version) (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Limited edition of 300 copies.

  • Various - Starday Bop EP (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Upea EP!

  • Various - RBilly EP 04 (Alternate take special) (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Hieno neljän EP:n setti.

  • Various - RBilly EP 03 (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Hieno neljän EP:n setti.

  • Various - RBilly EP 02 (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Hieno neljän EP:n setti.

  • Various - RBilly EP 01 (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Hieno neljän EP:n setti.

  • Dale Dick - Rockin’ Rollin Vol.2 (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    info:
    In 1960, Dick Dale released his last single before his surfer days with the small company Cupid Records, from Sherman Oaks, California. On it, he was backed by Tommy Oliver’s band, and its B-side contains THE FAIREST OF THEM ALL, a marvellous piece of orchestrated rock’n’roll, with a crooner touch, that we rescue to open this EP, and which marked the end of his first musical stage.
    The B-side of this EP features two previous songs from 1960, both released on his second single for his father’s label, Del-Tone Records. STOP TEASING is a hot rhythm & blues, New Orleans style, a far cry from what Dick had recorded on his early records, topped off with a great guitar solo. It was originally paired with WHITOUT YOUR LOVE, a slow blues, in the same vein as Elvis Presley’s Don’t Ask Me Why, which opens up even more the musical spectrum that Dick was handling before he made his leap to fame.
    These three tracks perfectly complement the three ones that make up the first EP in this series, and are a perfect summary of Dick’s rock’n’roll years, before the release of his next single, Let’s Go Trippin’ / Del-Tone Rock, his first one with The Del-Tones and his consecration as the king of surf music.
    DeeJay Francho

  • Dale Dick - Rockin’ Rollin Vol.1 (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    info:
    Dick Dale’s first recording came two years before he formed the Del-Tones and was crowned King of The Surf Guitar. That record was “Ooh Whee Marie,” released on his father’s fledging Del-Tone label in the summer of 1958. Dale was 21 years old at the time and encouraged by his father to learn guitar and trumpet.

    His musical hero was Hank Williams and other country stars he heard on the radio, including Buddy Holly, whose influence is apparent on “Marie.” He soon developed an impression of Elvis that he took to various talent shows around the Los Angeles area. He won enough of these shows to bring him to the Town Hall Party stage, a three-hour live Saturday night viewing staple
    broadcast from Compton. Dale played trumpet in the backing band that accompanied various guest stars.
    There was also plenty of rockabilly music from the younger artists on that show, which influenced Dale’s third outing on record, “Jessie Pearl” and “St. Louis Blues,” recorded earlier, but released in the summer of 1960. “Jessie Pearl” was Dale’s first self-penned song. “St. Louis Blues,” an old W.C. Handy jazz number, was a song Dale had picked up learning how to play trumpet. Around July, 1960, Dick Dale formed the Del-Tones and began playing to capacity crowds at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Newport Beach. His next
    release was “Let’s Go Trippin’.” He had single-handedly launched the surf music genre.
    – John Blair

  • Tony And The Monstrosities - Igor’s Party / Igor’s Lament (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    A Brand New Record From A Brand New Label – WAX NERD

    One of the greatest Halloween novelty records ever on one of the best looking labels ever!
    Very Limited Edition of only 300 copies in two variations.

    re-issue. Originally released 1960 by Crypt Records and two years later by Indigo Records (1962)

  • Hale Billy Jack - Danger Mover West / Black Widow (7 single/EP)

    18,00

    Brand new release on a brand new label – Lone Star Hillbilly Bop twin-spin.
    Billy Jack Hale’s two best D records side – Back to Back
    Limited edition of 200 copies ONLY!

  • Jackson Wanda & Linda Gail Lewis & The Brains - Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under? / Heartbreak Hotel (Pink) (7 single/EP)

    16,00

    Two leading ladies of rockabilly, Wanda Jackson and Linda Gail Lewis, sister of Jerry Lee Lewis, collaborate on a superb version of Shania Twain’s hit ”Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?”

    Additional production and instrumentation by punkabilly superstars Stellar Corpses! Backed with a killer version of Wanda singing ”Heartbreak Hotel” from her excellent 2006 album I Remember Elvis!

  • Various - Blacked! n Dixoned! Vol.5 EP (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    White Kids Goin’ Wild Over The R&B of…. Willie Dixon.

  • Price Lloyd - The Chicken And The Bop EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    You may remember Louisiana’s Lloyd Price for his chart-topping ”Lawdy Miss Clawdy” several years ago. The song has since been recorded by just about everybody and Lloyd has maintained a hot presence in both the R&B best-seller list and with his exhaustive touring schedule. A sharp businessman, Price has put his royalties to good use and formed his own record company in DC, the Kent Records Corporation which has resulted in the present EP. Dig this, cats!

  • Cool Off Baby / Almost-0

    Barrix Bill - Cool Off Baby / Almost (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Repro todellisesta klassikosta!

  • Various - Blacked! n Pennimaned! Vol.4 EP (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    White Kids Goin’ Wild Over The R&B of…. Little Richard

  • Woody Don - Not I / Red Blooded American Boy (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Reissue todella harvinaisesta singlestä v. 1956.

  • Gordon Rufus / Chuck Lovett - Long Tall Sally / Short Fat Fannie (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    2014 Issue
    2 tracks released together for the first time
    Reproductions of the original label design
    Originally released 1956 and 1957 respectively

  • Hillbilly Rock EP-0

    Echo Valley Boys - Hillbilly Rock EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • Curtis Mac - Call Me Mac EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    The tall Texan from Fort Worth, Wesley Erwin Curtis Jr – known to all as Mac – is the most recent signing to King’s rockabilly roster. His first two releases, produced by Ralph Bass at Jim Beck’s studio in Dallas, feature his regular backing of the Galbraith brothers; Kenny on bass and Jimmy on lead guitar, augmented by Beck’s Big D session vets. The two hot platters have been welcomed by the ducktail crowd and are collected here for your listening pleasure.

  • Luman Bob - All Night Long EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Strapping Bobby Glynn Luman was born in the tiny East Texas community of Blackjack, close to Nacogdoches, in 1937, and was set to make a career in baseball before encountering the force of nature that was the Tupelo Flash in 1955. Borrowing the band of his friend Mac Curtis in 1956, Bob cut a series of demos at Jim Shell’s Dallas studio before signing to Imperial, recording these fine sides featuring his pal James Burton on guitar.

  • Williams Lew - Gone Ape Man EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Born in remote Chillicothe in 1934, Lewis Wayne Williams began hanging out in the local record store in his teens to hear the latest r&b releases and, deciding on a career in music, switched to hanging around Jim Beck’s recording studio in Dallas. He cut his first record in 1953 as ”The Texas Drifter” before signing to Lew Chudd’s Imperial label in 1955 where he laid down these dynamite cuts

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