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  • Various - Voodoo Mambosis And Other Tropical Diseases Vol. 2 (LP)

    27,00

    Limited to 500 copies! No repress! Transparent green vinyl! Hype sticker on front!

  • Various - Straight And Gay (Käytetty LP/12)

    20,00
  • Various - Tennessee Waltz – The Many Moods of a Smash! (CD)

    13,00
  • Allison Mose - Sings And Plays V-8 Ford Blues (Käytetty LP/12)

    13,00

    REISSUE.

  • Sorry But I Can't Take You : Women's Railroad Blues -0

    Various - Sorry But I Can’t Take You : Women’s Railroad Blues (Käytetty LP/12)

    20,00

    Part of Rosetta Record’s ”Women’s Heritage Series”.
    Issued in a gatefold cover.

  • Snow Valaida - Hot Snow (Queen Of The Trumpet Sings & Swings) (Käytetty LP/12)

    13,00

    Women’s Heritage Series – Foremothers Volume 2.

    Gatefold sleeve.

  • Various - Beach-O-Rama Vol. 4 LP + CD (LP)

    23,00
  • Various - Monster-O-Rama Vol. 3 LP + CD (LP)

    23,00

    No less than five vampire songs!!! Dracula is the big winner of the new Monster-O-Rama compilation, third of the name. But we also come across the abominable snowman, zombies, werewolves and even cavemen. Sacred bestiary. Funny, horror, illusions, tricks and a ghost train… El Vidocq gives us the idea of ​​cardboard monsters again. The Cramps in a broke film by Ed Wood, Nino Ferrer embarked on a Méliès-style journey… Because music also has its little effects!!! Rockabilly, Surf, Novelty, Rock, Cha-cha-cha… it’s going to groove seriously for Halloween. Songs in English, in Spanish, two titles in French (oh la la)…. There is even a Mexican title: Fake monsters, all around the world, united! And not to spoil anything, the superb cover illustrated by Alexandre Clerisse will delight all fans of the genre!

  • Various - Strip-O-Rama Vol.4 LP + CD (LP)

    23,00

    From the most suave to the most electric, the music accompanying stripteases and other stripteases is adorned, when you think about it, with a staggering variety: The blues of course, whose languor fits perfectly with the exercise, but also rock’n’roll, rhythm and blues, jazz, rockabilly…

    Spearhead of the compilations concocted by the mischievous El Vidocq, the “Strip-O-Rama” now has its fourth avatar. Not the slightest drop in speed. Eros deploys, to achieve his ends, an ever-expanding musical range. Judge for yourself: Beninese blues (Orchestra Typique ”El Rego”), pure exotica (The Enchanters), doo wop, pious (The Redwoods), or salacious (The Royal Jockers), Latin hot music (the aptly named ”Burleska” by The Ambassadors), or Latin smooth music (Googie Rene), be bop swing (Marlowe Morris Quintet), pop with amphets (”Magic Lover Man by Aki Aleong, originally from Trinidad & Tobago), weird surf music (”Widgit” by the Surfer’s ), etc, etc… Everything is taken from singles that are both suggestive and funny, published in the mid-50s and 60s – with singular peaks in 1958 and 1962!

    Originally background music to accompany these undressings in due form, pieces which turn out to be in fact, and in every way, completely irresistible!!!

  • Turner Joe - The Trumpet Kings Meet Joe Turner (Käytetty LP/12)

    13,00

    Recorded 1974.

  • Various - Zombie Jamboree – Caribbean Rhythm On Shellac (LP)

    25,00

    Hieno uutuus Ranskasta. Harvinaista natskua,

  • Denny Martin - The Tiki World of Martin Denny – Exotica! (CD)

    13,00

    Martin Denny – the acknowledged creator of the ’Exotica’ genre of music, often referred to as ’the father of exotica’.

    29 tracks including all his biggest hit singles, including the mono and stereo recordings of ’Quiet Village’, the tune that started it all.

    Among the tracks are ’exotica’ arrangements of well-known standards written by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Hoagy Carmichael, Charles Trenet and Les Baxter among others.

    This CD offers the perfect introduction to exotica for the new listener as well as a comprehensive choice of tracks for fans of Denny and the genre.

    The CD booklet contains personal reminiscences by Martin Denny and the man who produced most of his recorded work, Liberty Records founder Si Waronker, in a thousand plus word essay.

  • Allen Lee And His Band - Down On Bourbon Street (Käytetty LP/12)

    25,00

    Compilation of recordings for Ember from 1957-1959.

  • Sale!

    Barnes George And His Octet - Guitar In Velvet (Blue) (LP)

    Original price was: €32,00.Current price is: €22,00.

    Masterfully plush guitar textures! This colorful collection spotlights guitar virtuoso Barnes and his octet’s tremendous technique, astounding agility, tender touch, and impressive improvisations across a dozen pieces that run the gamut of musical emotions. Gaiety, romance, melancholia, and more are expressively explored in this first-ever reissue of brilliant, gem-like jazz.

  • Slack Freddie - Boogie Woogie (On The 88 By The Great) (Käytetty LP/12)

    15,00

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  • Marty Grosz Meets the Fat Babies - Diga Diga Doo (CD)

    20,00

    This CD extols the hot ”Chicago Style” jazz of the 20s and 30s. Led by octogenarian, guitarist Marty Grosz, the band features a contingent from The Fat Babies who hold forth at the Green Mill on Chicago’s north side and special guest Jim Dapogny. In 1948 Marty Grosz hitchhiked from New York to Chicago in search of ”Hot Music”. He returned to New York in 1950, made his first records, and then, after a stint in the Army, returned to Chicago where he played for 21 years. A ”too-good-to-be-true” offer lured him back to New York, to Carnegie Hall, The White House, and all over the globe. Marty has amassed an acoustic discography that’s seventy-seven pages long. 16 songs.

  • Paul Asaro & the Fat Babies - What a Heavenly Dream: The Fats Waller Rhythm Project (CD)

    20,00

    In this highly-anticipated release, Paul Asaro and The Fat Babies pay homage to the recordings of ”Fats” Waller and His Rhythm. Asaro, already well known to jazz aficionados for his long association with Leon Redbone, takes center stage here with piano and vocals that recall the humor, wit, and sublime piano talents of Waller without ever resorting to slavish imitation. With him are The Fat Babies, favorites on the Chicago jazz scene, who fully capture the spontaneous excitement of the original Waller recordings with a fresh twist. In addition to Asaro at the piano, the band includes Andy Schumm, cornet; John Otto, clarinet; Jake Sanders, guitar; Beau Sample, bass; and Alex Hall, drums. 14 selections including ”I Wish I Were Twins,” ”Your Feet’s Too Big,” ”Don’t Let It Bother You,” ”You’re My Dish,” ”Blue Turning Grey Over You,” ”Truckin’,” and more.

  • Washington Dinah - The Complete Dinah Washington Vol. 5 (1949-1950) (Käytetty LP/12)

    15,00
  • Washington Dinah - The Complete Dinah Washington Vol. 3 (1947) (Käytetty LP/12)

    15,00
  • Washington Dinah - The Complete Dinah Washington Vol. 2 1946-1947 (Käytetty LP/12)

    15,00
  • The Complete Dinah Washington Vol. 4 (1947-1949)-0

    Washington Dinah - The Complete Dinah Washington Vol. 4 (1947-1949) (Käytetty LP/12)

    15,00
  • Johnson Buddy & His Orchestra - Walkin’ (Käytetty LP/12)

    13,00

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  • Tikiyaki Orchestra - StereoExotique (Käytetty CD)

    30,00
  • Surfmen - The Sounds of Exotic Island and Hawaii (CD)

    13,00

    The Surfmen were an ephemeral exotica super group, consisting of only the best musicians David L. Miller, the man who brought us the 101 Strings, could possibly find. Playing a program of favorites from the fiftieth and most beautiful state… the tropical paradise of Hawaii. The spell of these lovely islands swept by languorous trade winds never leaves the hearts of those who have set foot on her magic shores.

    Among the staff of The Surfmen are musicians like Jack Costanzo, Alvino Rey and Irv Cottler.

    The Surfmen deliver! The use of especially exotic percussive instruments like coconut shells, lave stones and bamboo puppet shakers. This high budget production has it all: Well-known session musicians, field recordings, fake bird calls, exotic percussion, a few renditions of classic exotica tunes and unique material.

    This has to be one of the best vintage exotica albums ever released.

  • Various - Voodoo Mambosis And Other Tropical Diseases Vol. 1 (LP)

    27,00

    Limited to 500 copies! No repress! Transparent yellow vinyl! Hype sticker on front!

    Voodoo Mambosis And Other Tropical Diseases is the start of a new series on Stag-O-Lee. Three volumes are planned.

    The original records come from the record box of our esteemed friend Duke Jens-O-Matic, who has been a graphic
    designer, internationally acclaimed DJ, collector and hunter for decades.
    Jens-O-Matic was there when we first breathed life into Stag-O-Lee and he delivered four volumes of the wonderful Jim
    Jam Gems 10” series. Each stylistically self-contained. He is currently working on further Jim Jam Gems volumes, but is
    struggling with the liner notes because “one has an educational mission!”.
    Now to the record at hand:
    What does a friend of the obscure 7″ do when he already has everything in the field of Rhythm & Blues etc.? He is looking
    for other fields of activity. Different countries, different music, different influences. So does our Jens-O-Matic. He made a
    little trip around the world here, let his new love of cumbia flow in, mixed in a pinch of voodoo, reactivated some old blues
    heroes, plus some exotica – it never hurts.
    The great art is to combine these on paper disparate elements in such a way that something unique and consistently
    exciting is created. Voodoo Mambosis And Other Tropical Diseases is the best example of this!
    The cover, also designed by Jens-O-Matic, is a homage to the groundbreaking ’84 compilation Rockabilly Psychosis and
    the Garage Disease!

  • Various - Santa Swings The Windup – 14 Christmas Stockings Full Of Shellac Dust (LP)

    27,00

    1 vinyl LP, red vinyl. 14 single tracks. Total playing time approx. 41 min.

    Bear Family Records® went to the bottom of the shellac box for this Christmas collection.
    No jingling bells, no ho-ho’s or weird reindeer voices.
    Instead, swinging jazz at its best, rousing swing of the ’30s and ’40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by seasoned jazz musicians.
    Featuring Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Putney Dandridge, and many others.
    Short annotations for each song on the back of the album cover.
    Carefully compiled edition, remastered from the best possible sources and pressed on high quality red vinyl.

    Shellac instead of stardust: when Santa Claus takes off his boots and unpacks the gramophone after his work is done: Bear Family Records® delves deep into the shellac box!

    No intrusive bells, chumming ho-ho’s or strangely distorted reindeer voices: Every year around the same time the displays of the department stores are bending with hastily and often suspiciously similar compiled ’swing’ samplers, since ”swing is coming back.”

    Our journey through the depths of various shellac racks, however, brought to light quite a number of undiscovered treasures. Thus we could stand up for the true ’Spirit of Swing’.

    Thrilling music of the ’30s and ’40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by expert jazz musicians, at the time pressed onto a mélange of shellac, slate flour, soot and cotton flakes, to be played with a steel needle (or optionally cactus spikes for lower volume) at an unbelievable 78 RPM and …. extremely fragile.

    ’Windup’, by the way, refers to the suitable playback device with a crank; from today’s point of view, very sustainable and environmentally friendly!

    Big names like Glenn Miller – with a very special Jingle Bells version, recorded live on Dec 24, 1941!!! – Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie or Ella Fitzgerald as well as Putney Dandridge have expressed themselves in their own way on the subject of Christmas.

    Ranging from charming to irreverent, Bear Family Records® finally provides a great celebration for all fans of real swing music, as Las Vegas came much later. On ’Santa Swings The Windup’ there are several premieres on modern audio media.

  • Various - Santa Swings The Windup – 27 Christmas Stockings Full Of Shellac Dust (CD)

    10,00

    1 CD with 20 page booklet, 27 tracks. Total playing time approx. 78 min.

    Bear Family Records® went to the bottom of the shellac box for this Christmas collection.
    No jingling bells, no ho-ho’s or weird reindeer voices.
    Instead, swinging jazz at its best, rousing swing of the ’30s and ’40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by seasoned jazz musicians.
    Featuring Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Putney Dandridge, Jimmy Ray, Stew Pletcher, Alvino Rey, Stuff Smith and many others.
    Annotations for each song in the liner notes in the accompanying booklet.
    Carefully compiled edition, remastered from the best possible sources.

    Shellac instead of stardust: when Santa Claus takes off his boots and unpacks the gramophone after his work is done: Bear Family Records® delves deep into the shellac box!

    No intrusive bells, chumming ho-ho’s or strangely distorted reindeer voices: Every year around the same time the displays of the department stores are bending with hastily and often suspiciously similar compiled ’swing’ samplers, since ”swing is coming back”.

    Our journey through the depths of various shellac racks, however, brought to light quite a number of undiscovered treasures. Thus, we could stand up for the true ’Spirit of Swing’.

    Thrilling music of the ’30s and ’40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by expert jazz musicians, at the time pressed onto a mélange of shellac, slate flour, soot and cotton flakes, to be played with a steel needle (or optionally cactus spikes for lower volume) at an unbelievable 78 RPM and …. extremely fragile.

    ’Windup’, by the way, refers to the suitable playback device with a crank; from today’s point of view, very sustainable and environmentally friendly!

    Big names like Glenn Miller – with a very special Jingle Bells version, recorded live on Dec 24, 1941!!! – Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie or Ella Fitzgerald as well as Putney Dandridge, Jimmy Ray, Stew Pletcher, Alvino Rey or Stuff Smith have expressed themselves in their own way on the subject of Christmas and be it that during Jingle Bells the horses run completely wild (Jingle Bells by Bill Harty, obviously vocalist Ella Logan is having fun).

    Ranging from charming to irreverent, Bear Family Records® finally provides a great celebration for all fans of real swing music, as Las Vegas came much later. On ’Santa Swings The Windup’ there are several premieres on modern audio media.

    For friends of high-quality vinyl, a solid selection of 14 tracks appears on long-playing record, pressed on red vinyl (BAF18074).

  • Various - Jukebox Mambo Iv (CD)

    20,00

    Loistava kokoelma!

  • Various - Trashcan Records Volume 1 – Wild Safari (CD)

    18,00

    Limited to 500 copies! 15 bonustracks! 12-page booklet! Sticker mentioning the bonustracks!
    In mid-2019 we started a collaboration with Fedor, an Amsterdam-based collector and vinyl hunter who devotes his free time to obscure and forgotten vinyl treasures from the 50s and early 60s. The original 45s come from the impressive collection of Fedor, who has rummaged through thousands of boxes of used vinyl at flea markets in the Dutch metropolis over the past 25 years.
    So far six 10″-es have been released, all structured by individual topics.
    Back then, Vol. 1: Wild Safari offered 12 exotic rarities on vinyl. On this CD you will find these 12 tracks on, but with the addition of 15 (yes, fifteen) bonus tracks. So a total of 27 tracks. Fedor has conjured up a great 12-page booklet and written an explanatory text for each song. Can’t be done better… further CD versions of the 10″es are in the works.
    So here is Volume 1 – Wild Safari on CD (tracks 1-12 – original 10″. 13-27 – bonus cuts):

  • Lee Peggy - Fever – The Velvet Lounge Series (CD)

    18,00

    1-CD (Digipak) with 36-page booklet, 30 tracks. Total playing time approx. 79 min.

    Peggy Lee – a Voice of the Century! Finally, one of the great singers of the American Songbook appears in the ’Velvet Lounge’ series on Bear Family Records®.
    Meticulous compilation with Rock ’n’ Roll, Rhythm ’n’ Blues, Jazz and Pop from Peggy Lee’s long career, recordings from 1948 to 1962.
    Featuring ballads, uptempo numbers, songs from movies and live recordings – some on CD for the first time – the CD album reflects Peggy Lee’s artistic versatility.
    Her big hit Fever is included twice, as the 1958 hit version and as a rare live recording from 1961, and with Hallelujah, I Love Him So and other songs the singer bows to Ray Charles.
    The 36-page color booklet provides a Peggy Lee biography by Chicago music historian Bill Dahl, as well as a detailed session discography, rare pictures and memorabilia.

    The Voice
    Gentle, erotic, and powerful-voiced are just a few of the attributes critics worldwide use to describe Peggy Lee’s vocals. Long overdue, here comes an album with the greatest recordings of one of the most important US singers in Bear Family’s ’Velvet Lounge’ series.

    With this CD release, everyone can be convinced of the versatility and the energy in her voice that fueled her career over and over again for decades.

    The Songs
    The 30 carefully selected songs on this CD provide a lively cross-section of the various musical genres in which Peggy Lee felt at home. Her career was extremely successful and lasted more than four decades.

    Our main focus in compiling this album was on Peggy Lee’s versatile vocal qualities. The selected recordings date from 1948 to 1962.

    The repertoire ranges from swing numbers, powerful R&B and rock and roll to beautiful ballads. Remastered with flair, big hits like Fever, Alright Okay You Win or Heart (Corazon) stand next to rare recordings, including an early version of the Dean Martin classic Everybody Loves Somebody.

    From a rare Snader transcription comes a live version of the classic Why Don’t You Do Right?. On Baby Baby Wait For Me, Jump For Joy, Kansas City or her adaptation of the Ray Charles classic I Got A Woman she flirts with rock and roll.

    Also notable: her original version of the ballad I’m Lookin’ Out The Window was later covered by Cliff Richard. The CD closes with interesting live recordings from a legendary 1961 concert in New York City.

    Accompanying the CD, the 36-page booklet includes a Peggy Lee biography by music journalist and historian Bill Dahl, a carefully compiled discography, and many illustrations and rare images.

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