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  • Fame Georgie And The Blue Flames - Live at the Ricky Tick – May & October 1965 (LP)


    Brand new source versions of seventeen exciting live tracks from two shows at the Ricky Tick with the Blue Flames at their peak as a live band.

    Back in 1965, the centre of the Mod Universe was London’s West End. Clubs like The Flamingo were pulling in hip young kids to see the new R&B acts. The biggest home-grown act was Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames, who incorporated all that the new breed wanted to hear and dance the night away to: R&B, Soul, Jazz and Ska. Out of town, clubs dropped ‘jiving’ and ‘Merseybeat’ nights in favour of the new sounds that were surging out of the city. In nearby Windsor, the only place to be if you were a mod was The Ricky Tick, and on May Day 1965, the Blue Flames were topping the bill. Fame was certainly a crowd puller. When he made his appearance at the club that night, he was fresh from having just finished touring with the first UK Tamla Motown revue.

  • Love Light Orchestra Feat. John Nemeth - Live From Bar DKDC, Memphis (LP)

  • Wells Junior & Buddy Guy - Live At Cotati Cabaret 1984 (2LP) (LP)


    An explosive double live album from the original Blues Brothers tearing up the stage in a vintage 1984 performance!

    This concert comes jam-packed with guitar and harmonica solos galore plus some of the duo’s best performances of “Just A Little Bit,””Got My Mojo Working,” “Messin With The Kid,” and more!

    Come for the killer performances and solid gold blues, stay for the hilarious banter offered up by magnetic showman, Junior Wells!

  • Waters Muddy - At Newport (180 gram) (LP)


    180g virgin vinyl limited edition, the complete album + 3 bonus tracks.

    At Newport is one of Muddy Waters’ most celebrated albums. The blues portion of the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival took place on Sunday afternoon, July 3, at the end of the long weekend of jazz performances. The program also included, among others, sets by John Lee Hooker, Jimmy Rushing, Sammy Price, and Otis Spann. Waters’ portion of the show includes unforgettable versions of Hoochie Coochie Man, I’ve Got My Mojo Working, and Tiger in Your Tank.

    ”The King of Chicago blues at his very best.” – ***** AllMusic

  • King Albert - Travelin’ To California (180 gram) (LP)


    180g virgin vinyl, limited edition – complete album + 4 bonus tracks.

    Albert King was one of the founding fathers of electric blues (as well as of Memphis soul), and a primary inspiration for many rock guitar players. The blues legend possessed an instantly recognizable sound (standard, tuned two full steps down), which has influenced countless artists, including such blues giants as Otis Rush, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Mike Bloomfield, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, to name a few.

    This was his debut LP and consists of sides taped in 1959-1962, when King had long perfected his sound after years of touring.

  • Lightnin´ Hopkins - The Blues Of Lightnin’ Hopkins – Lightnin’ (180 gram) (LP)


    180g virgin vinyl limited edition, the complete album + 2 bonus tracks.
    One of the most influential blues guitarists to come out of the state of Texas, Lightnin’ Hopkins’ unique fingerpicking guitar style would alternate single note leads with rhythm and bass guitar, adding percussive elements by slapping or tapping the body of his guitar.

    This 1960 album Lightnin’ presents him in a trio format backed by bassist Leonard Gaskin and drummer Samuel ”Sticks” Evans.

    ”This is mastery of a high order.” – **** DownBeat

  • Sonny Terry & Brownie Mcghee - Sing (180 gram) (LP)


    Reissued 1958 album, this essential LP edition includes one of Terry & McGhee’s finest albums as a duo, which was recorded during their most inspired years: the masterpiece ’Sing’. Drummer Gene Moore accompanied the legendary Blues duo on this inspired set. Highlights include the opener ’Better Day’, the traditional Folk song ’John Henry’, ‘Preaching the Blues’ and ’Old Jabo’ (the latter a minstrel tune). Also including two bonus tracks.

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    Various - More Boss Black Rockers 1-10 Boxset (LP+CD) (LP)


    Mustaa kultaa. Tässä kunnon boxi. Numeroitu 40 kappaleen painos. Mukana levymatto.

    Limited edition of 40 copies.

  • Chicken Shack - 40 Blue Fingers Freshly Packed And Ready To Serve (LP)


    Featuring Christine Perfect (better known as the future Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac) the British ensemble Chicken Shack offers up a solid set of blues-influenced rock on their 1968 LP, fully titled 40 Blue Fingers Freshly Packed And Ready To Serve.

    The vinyl is pressed as a marble, silver & black disc.Limited/numbered 1000 copies.

  • Guy Buddy - First Time I Met The Blues (LP)


    180-Gram Vinyl Limited Edition Renowned for his raw, blistering vocals and high-voltage guitar playing, the great Buddy Guy has remained a vital and current musician, moving blues forward without losing sight of it’s roots. He was a primary influence on blues-rock titans like Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Stevie Ray Vaughan, as well as a pioneer of Chicago’s fabled West Side sound, and a living link to that city’s halcyon days of electric blues. This album presents him singing and playing some of his greatest hits, backed by such outstanding figures as Junior Wells, Otis Rush, and Willie Dixon.


  • Slim Harpo - Sings Raining In My Heart + 8 bonus (180 gram) (LP)


    An outstanding harmonica player and masterful songwriter, with a real knowledge of song structure, Slim Harpo was also a fine guitarist. He developed a slightly nasal vocal delivery that helped to give him a highly personal sound.

    The vinyl is pressed as a opaque disc.

  • Hooker John Lee - Sings The Blues + 6 bonus tracks (180 gram) (LP)


    180-Gram Vinyl Limited Edition – AllMusic Widely recognized as one of the true giants of the blues, John Lee Hooker’s driving, rhythmic approach to guitar playing has become an integral part of the blues sound and style. John Lee Hooker Sings The Blues, released in 1961, puts together a selection of singles the bluesman recorded between 1948 and 1954. It combines electric numbers such as ”Hug and Squeeze” with acoustic tunes, and solo performances like the spine chilling ”Don’t You Remember Me”.

    180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete album + 6 BONUS TRACKS.

  • Hooker John Lee - Folk Blues + 5 bonus tracks (180 gram) (LP)


    High Quality, Limited Edition, Bonus Tracks.

    A remarkable release in John Lee Hooker’s vast catalog, Folk Blues, released by the Crown label in 1962, puts together tracks originally recorded for Modern Records between 1951 and 1954. Among its many highlights are “Bad Boy”, one of the finest examples of Hooker’s wordless humming and singing in unison with his guitar figures, and “Rock House Boogie”, which offers a sampling of Hooker’s use of bottleneck style.

    180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 5 Bonus Tracks.

  • Williams Robert Pete - Free Again (180 gram) (LP)


    An unusual musical figure, singer and guitarist Robert Pete Williams recorded for the first time in prison when he was more than 40 years old. He was discovered by ethnomusicologists Dr. Harry Oster and Richard Allen in Louisiana State Penitentiary, where he was serving a life sentence for fatally shooting a man in a nightclub in 1956, an act which he claimed was in self- defense. Oster and Allen recorded Williams performing several of his songs about prison life, and pleaded for him to be pardoned. Free Again contains some of his best performances.

    180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 1 Bonus Track.

  • Johnson Lonnie - Blues & Ballads (180 gram) (LP)


    New Orleans-born Lonnie Johnson was probably one of the most musically sophisticated blues guitarists. Lonnie set the standard that blues performers strived to match as the 1920s passed into the 1930s. Johnson’s legacy is immense, and not only in the blues field. Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, LaVern Baker, Bob Dylan and countless others have recorded his songs. Lonnie left an indelible mark on modern American music. As happened with other bluesmen of his generation, Lonnie Johnson’s musical activity declined in the 1950s, reducing him to jobs as a cook or a janitor. Blues & Ballads is one of the albums that marked his comeback.

  • Eaglin Snooks - That’s All Right (180 gram) (LP)


    180-Gram Vinyl Limited Edition –

    * Down Beat Blind since childhood, Snooks Eaglin received a guitar from his father at the age of five and taught himself to play by listening to and playing along with the radio, becoming one of the finest acoustic guitarists of all time, as well as a highly personal singer. That’s All Right finds him addressing the acoustic folk and blues side of his repertoire, playing everything solo on six and twelve-string guitars.

    180-gram VIRGIN VINYL – LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 2 Bonus Tracks

  • Waters Muddy - Sings Big Bill Broonzy + 5 bonus (180 gram) (LP)


    Muddy Waters’ presence was that of a king, and his blues sounded simple, but it was so deeply rooted in the traditions of the Mississippi Delta that other singers and guitarists found it almost impossible to imitate it convincingly. On Sings “Big Bill”, Waters’ electric recasting of Big Bill Broonzy’s usually acoustic numbers is incredibly effective. The guitar work is earthy and throbbing, never superfluous.

    180-gram VIRGIN VINYL LIMITED EDITION. The Complete Album + 5 Bonus Tracks.

  • O'Leary Chris - The Hard Line (LP)


    Alligator debut from one of the blues’ most talented unsung heroes, a deeply soulful vocalist, powerhouse harmonica player and gifted songwriter. The Hard Line shines with 12 striking original songs that draw from O’Leary’s rich personal history. Engaging, sharp-edged observations on life and love are shot through with every-man wisdom and humor, and set to rollicking roadhouse R&B, hard Chicago blues and wrenching ballads. O’Leary’s rough, riveting vocals and world-class harmonica playing set the pace throughout.

    LP Translucent Red Vinyl

  • Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Shout Sister Shout! (Ltd, Blue) (LP)


    Limited edition of 500 copies on Sea Glass Blue Vinyl.

    A brand new collection including previously unavailable on Vinyl. Recorded in Europe Between 1957 and 1970, solo and with her band. The legendary gospel guitar glory of Sister Rosetta Tharpe radiates throughout this album. Sister Rosetta is one of the essential figures in the history of rock and roll. If she had not been there as a model and inspiration, Elvis Presley, Little Richard, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and other rock originators would have had different careers.

  • Mayall John & The Bluesbreakers - Live in ’67 Volume Three (LP)


    Thanks to dedicated fan Tom Huissen who took his one channel reel-to-reel tape recorder into various London clubs in 1967, these historical performances were captured for all time. Unheard for almost fifty years, John recently obtained these tapes and began restoring them with the technical assistance of Eric Corne of Forty Below Records. Corne adds, ”While the source recording was very rough and the final result is certainly not hi- fidelity, it does succeed in allowing us to hear how spectacular these performances are.” It’s truly an exciting glimpse into music history.

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    White Tony Joe - Live From Austin Tx (Limited Edition, Colored Vinyl, Sticker) (LP)


    Limited double swamp colored vinyl LP pressing with etched D-side. Recorded live December 5, 1980. New West is proud to present a limited edition Swamp Color vinyl pressing of Tony Joe White’s Austin City Limits performance. Featuring hits like the classic ’Polk Salad Annie’ along with ’Mama Don’t Let Your Cowboys Grow Up To Be Babies’.

  • Hooker John Lee - Tupelo Blues (LP)


    Recorded in April 1959, Tupelo Blues was Hooker’s first LP packaged for the folk/traditional blues market, where the blues legend played nothing but the acoustic guitar, and sang straight to the bone with his soul drenched vocal delivery. The album was a key change from his earlier recordings, most of which had featured Hooker on an electric guitar with his trademark reverb and stomping foot. This is an intimate session featuring standards such as “How Long Blues”, “Bottle Up and Go”, and his first recorded take of “Tupelo Blues”, one of his all- time classics.

  • Various - A Tribute To Creedence Clearwater Revival (Red Vinyl) (LP)


    This bluesy, swamp rockin’ tribute to John Fogerty & Co. comes packed with a host of stellar blues musicians and bands who are keeping the Creedence Clearwater Revival flame alive and burning!

    Features incredible performances from CCR’s best tunes including “Fortunate Son,” “Born On The Bayou,” “Bad Moon Rising” and more!

    Performances by Blitzen Trapper, Duke Robillard, Sonny Landreth, The Mynabirds, Mike Zito, Trampled Under Foot and more!

  • Wells Junior & Buddy Guy - Chicago Hustle ’82 (Ltd, Gold Vinyl) (LP)


    Vintage concert recording from the original Blues Brothers, Junior Wells & Buddy Guy!

    Recorded live at Biddy Mulligan’s in Chicago, IL the city where both Wells and Guy became local heroes before becoming national legends!

    Ripping, soulful performances of “Dust My Broom,” “You’ve Got To Love Her With A Feeling,” and “Crosscut Saw” plus many more!

  • Wells Junior & Buddy Guy - Live At The Newport Folk Festival 1968 (Ltd, Orange Marble) (LP)


    The breakthrough performance at the 1968 Newport Folk Festival from blues legends, Junior Wells & Buddy Guy!

    This is the concert that solidified Wells and Guy into a powerhouse duo (they would release their first album together the following year) and launched them into the stratosphere!

    Smokin’ hot versions of the now classics “Hoodoo Man Blues” and “Messin’ With The Kid” plus a killer cover of James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good)!”

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    Reed Lula - Blue and Moody (LP)


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  • Beck Jeff - Tribute 12″EP (Black Friday) (LP)

  • B.B. And The Blues Shacks - Lonesome In The Moonlight (LP)


    Europe’s top blues band returns 34 years aft er its founding with another top-notch studio album. CD in three-piece digisleeve and limited LP on Rhythm Bomb. Some 4000 live acts worldwide, multiple winners of the German Blues Award, winner of the Deutsche Schallplatt enkriti k, 17 albums, voted “best band” or “artist of the year” not only by German but also Briti sh and French media, shows in more than 20 countries – the Hildesheim quintet around brothers Michael and Andreas Arlt has achieved incredible things. Aft er ”Breaking Point” (2021), the quintet with its stunningly lively vintage cocktail of blues, rhythm & blues and soul did not need much asking: of the 14 brand-new numbers, seven are amazingly confi dent original compositi ons. In additi on, Ray Charles, Chick Morris, B.B. King, Albert King, Bobby ”Blue” Bland, Johnnie Taylor and Linda Ronstedt are put into the spotlight in wonderful new interpretati ons. The magnifi cent brass players Tom Müller and Simon Hartl put the icing on the cake of this emoti onal and stylish round trip through the golden age of US light music. Insane solos and fantasti cally grooving rhythms seem to be pulled from a hat by this world-class troupe. Europe’s most successful blues band once again impressively puts itself in pole positi on!

  • Howlin' Wolf - Message To The Young (LP)


    This was the 8th album by blues master Howlin’ Wolf released by Chess Records in 1971. Often considered an attempt at offering the masses a psychedelic record, it’s sound ranges from acid-rock, to blues, to funk, and back again. The title song is Wolf’s attempt at reaching the youth of the era in a beautiful spoken word ballad which can easily be summed up in two words: Be Yourself. Arranged and conducted by Cash McCall, this album presents Wolf in the company of legendary pianist Sonny Thompson.

  • Bonamassa Joe - Blues Deluxe (2LP, remastered) (LP)


    Blues Deluxe is the third studio album by Joe Bonamassa and originally released on August 26, 2003. Recorded at Unique Recording Studios in New York City, it was produced by Bob Held and features nine cover versions of songs by classic blues artists, such as BB King, Jeff Beck, John Lee Hooker, Robert Johnson, Elmore James and more. The album is completed with three original tracks, including the fan favorite Woke Up Dreaming.

    With 26 #1 albums, yearly sold-out tours worldwide and custom annual cruises, he’s a hard act to beat. These albums are a testament to his credentials and a toast to his longtime fans who remember them originally and new fans who can experience them for the first time. It’s Joe Bonamassa at his finest, ready to rock.