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  • Simmons Luke And His Blue Mountain Boys - Same (10``LP)

    50,00

    Orig New Zealand.

  • Duncan Johnny - Johnny Duncan’s Tennessee Song Bag (10``LP)

    30,00

    Orig UK.

  • Nelson Rick - Four You 10″EP (10``LP)

    15,00
  • Williams Hank - Hank Williams Sings (10``LP)

    50,00

    Orig UK.

  • Various - Tennessee Jamboree (10``LP)

    30,00

    Orig USA.

  • Various - Current Country Hits No. 1 (10``LP)

    20,00

    Orig USA.

  • Wakely Jimmy - Songs Of The West (10``LP)

    10,00

    Orig USA.

  • Thompson Hank - Songs Of The Brazos Valley (10``LP)

    50,00

    Orig USA.

  • Allen Red - Echoes From The Hills (10``LP)

    50,00

    RARE ! With wrong name on cover!

  • Atkins Chet - Stringin’ Along With (10``LP)

    40,00

    Orig USA. RARE 10″ album!

  • King Pee Wee And His Western Swing Band - Swing West (10``LP)

    75,00

    Orig USA. LIKE a NEW!!!!!!

  • Thompson Hank - Songs Of The Brazos Valley (10``LP)

    40,00

    Orig Germany.

  • Onni Gideon Ja Hawaiji-Yhtye - Kuningaskobra / Rakkauskirje (78 rpm/Savikiekot)

    100,00

    Orig Finland.

  • Various - Dance-O-Rama (7 x 10inch, Deluxe Album) (10``LP)

    100,00

    6 tracks in a nice deluxe package with old record book.

    In the past, Decca had signed virtually all the leading country and western dance bands.

    Decca was the first company to present Western Dance Music in all its original power and authentic sound, and it is no exaggeration to say that what began as local entertainment became a national trend.

    Decca made contracts with Bob Wills, Spade Cooley, Milton Brown and Adolph Hofner, who had the best bands at the time. Among the younger ones who had attracted a large following were Grady Maritin, Billy Gray and Tex Williams with their newer western swing bands, all of whom were on Decca’s roster.

    This collection of old hands and the newer leaders in the field made for a wonderful mix. Together they presented a rousing ”Country and Western Dance-O-Rama,” a tune they presented wherever their bands were at the forefront. Sleazy Records proudly presents this reissue of the seven original 10″ LPs released on this series in 1955, all together in a beautiful deluxe package with old record book.

  • Various - Hillbilly Rock (10``LP)

    17,00
  • Various - Gunsmoke – Vol. 8 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox (10``LP)

    20,00

    Eighth volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee. Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole.

    This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly, widescreen country & western and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.
    So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost town…

    For best results: listen to after dark!

  • Various - Gunsmoke – Vol. 7 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox (10``LP)

    20,00

    Seventh volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee.

    Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole.
    This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly, widescreen country &
    western and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.
    So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost
    town…

    For best results: listen to after dark!

  • Davis Link - Laissez Les Bon-Ta-Ru-La (Let The Good Times Roll) (10″LP + CD) (10``LP)

    27,50

    • Bear Family Records® presents the first high-quality vinyl LP (25 cm) with recordings of the blues
    shouting rocker, fiddle and sax player Link Davis from Northeast Texas.
    • His 1953 rendition of the Cajun anthem Big Mamou helped open the door to this often-closed and
    clannish culture.
    • Davis is considered as much a Acadian as those whose ancestors made the exiled journey from Nova
    Scotia in the eighteenth century.
    • Link laid down his unique sound – an amalgamation of Cajun, blues and rockabilly that culminated in
    1958 with the rocker Bon-Ta-Ru La (Let The Good Times Roll).
    • A Gulf Coast musical gumbo featuring rockers (Permit Blues, Airliner, Come Dance With Me), bayou
    blues (Rice & Gravy), swamp ballads (Visions, Memories Of You) and sax instrumentals (Beatle Bug).
    • The sound of the Cajuns was buoyed by brilliant guitarists Junior Beck and Joey Long.
    • This collection features liner notes penned by music historian Michael Hurtt in the accompanying
    illustrated booklet.

  • 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!

  • Country All-Stars - String Dustin (10``LP)

    27,00
  • Cool Tom Cat (10"LP + CD)-0

    Carter Bill - Cool Tom Cat (10″LP + CD) (10``LP)

    32,50

    1-LP (10″/25cm) with 12 page booklet, bonus CD. 12 tracks (LP), 24 tracks (CD). Total playing time approx. 28 min. (LP), 53 min. CD.

    Bill Carter: fantastic rocker from Arkansas!

    Luxury edition consisting of a 10″ vinyl LP plus CD with large-format booklet – containing all his rockers from 1954 to 1961!

    For example: recordings for 4-Star Records with the Carolina Drifters.

    The CD contains bonus tracks by Bill Carter and the Carolina Drifters as well as all the rockers released on the Indio label by Clyde Arnold and Ray Smith, among others.
    Carter was rediscovered by Mark Lee Allen, who interviewed him several times and wrote the booklet introduction.
    Bill Carter has personally supported our project!   Roland Heinrich wrote the detailed liner notes.

    Bill Carter was born in 1929 in Eagleton, Arkansas, moved with his family to Oklahoma in 1937 and six years later to Indio in California. His family encouraged his interest in music at an early age and provided funding for singing lessons when Bill was in his teens. Local radio stations presented him before he joined the US Air Force in 1949. During his military service in California he formed his first C&W bands and performed in the San Francisco area and even at a radio station in San Antonio, Texas.

    After completing his military service in 1953 Carter joined Jim DeNoone’s country band as a singer and performed at the ’California Hayride’ in San Francisco. In the same year, Bill Carter was the vocalist on the band’s recording sessions for Gilt-Edge Records. Finally, he formed his own trio, with whom he worked regularly over the next five years, pursuing the goal of becoming known beyond the local area. Between 1956 and 1961, Carter recorded under his own name for small and medium-sized labels such as 4-Star, Republic, Tally, Black Jack, Honey B, ’D’, Rural Rhythm and Ozark. The up-tempo number ’I Wanna Feel Good’, produced for Tally in Bakersfield, California in 1957, became his biggest hit and opened the doors to the ’Louisiana Hayride’ and the ’Grand Ole Opry’. Finally, in 1959 he ventured into Rockabilly and recorded ’Cool Tom Cat’.

    In the following years Carter followed a new musical orientation and also produced gospel oriented material, not only under his own name. He took part in other recording sessions as a singer and worked as a producer. In the first half of the 1960s he participated in recordings for no less than thirteen different record companies. It was during this period that Bill Carter became a convinced Christian and met a brother in spirit in the Baptist preacher Leonard Sipes, who formerly called himself Tommy Collins. From then on, Carter’s main focus was on Christian music, which he also brought to the stage with his own formation, the Bill Carter Singers, founded in 1969.

  • 1951 March Of Dimes 10"EP (RSD 2020)-0

    Williams Hank - 1951 March Of Dimes 10″EP (RSD 2020) (10``LP)

    17,50

    Upea record store julkaisu. Vain muutama kappale. Punainen vinyyli!

  • Down At The Ugly Men's Lounge Vol. 4 (10"LP + CD)-0

    Various - Down At The Ugly Men’s Lounge Vol. 4 (10″LP + CD) (10``LP)

    25,00
  • Down At The Ugly Men's Lounge Vol. 2 (10"LP + CD)-0

    Various - Down At The Ugly Men’s Lounge Vol. 2 (10″LP + CD) (10``LP)

    25,00
  • Gunsmoke - Vol. 6 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox-0

    Various - Gunsmoke – Vol. 6 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox (10``LP)

    18,00

    Sixth volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee.

    Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole.

    This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly, widescreen country & western and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.
    So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost town…
    For best results: listen to after dark

  • Gunsmoke - Vol. 5 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox-0

    Various - Gunsmoke – Vol. 5 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox (10``LP)

    18,00

    Limited to 666 copies and guaranteed to go fast! Compiled by Hank Ray.

    Fifth volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee. Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole.

    This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.

    So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost town… For best results: listen to after dark!

  • Rock'n Roll'n Robbins-0

    Robbins Marty - Rock’n Roll’n Robbins (10``LP)

    27,00
    10inch LP (limited edition – colored vinyl) 1-LP (10″), 10 tracks. 
    • The original of this 10″LP was released on the Columbia label in 1956 with a total of six songs. 
    • The new edition of Bear Family is based on the Canadian pressing of that time. 
    • To spice up the original, we have added four bonus tracks, all of which were also released in 1956!
    • The original is very hard to find, at prices beyond the $500 limit.
    • Robbins’ rockabilly recordings perfectly fit into our 10″ series.
    • Marty Robbins always had a deep aversion to Rock ’n’ Roll and yet, for whatever reason, recorded this great album.
    • Rockabilly at its very best!
    • Limited edition of 500 copies on colored vinyl.
    • Postcard insert with a rare picture of Marty Robbins.
    Marty Robbins would probably prefer to forget that he ever recorded this album, this famous, extremely rare and sought-after album, originally released on a 10″LP in Canada and Brazil. Marty’s heart wasn’t necessarily in Rock ’n’ Roll, but that doesn’t mean that he couldn’t get it right! (which ’Rock ’n Roll ’n Robbins’ proves emphatically).
  • Slim Whitman And His Singing Guitar -0

    Whitman Slim - Slim Whitman And His Singing Guitar (10``LP)

    25,00

    Orig UK. First pressing! Gold label print.

  • Lazy River-0

    Bradley Owen And His Quintet - Lazy River (10``LP)

    50,00

    Orig USA. RARE 10″ album!

  • Gunsmoke - Vol. 4 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox-0

    Various - Gunsmoke – Vol. 4 / Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox (10``LP)

    18,00

    Limited to 666 copies and guaranteed to go fast!

    Fourth volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee. Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole.

    This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.

    So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost town… For best results: listen to after dark!

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