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  • Bat - T-Shirt-0

    Nekromantix - Bat – T-Shirt (T-paidat)


    Synkkä ja kunnon psychobilly-henkeä uhkuva T-paita todelliseen rokkikäyttöön. 100% puuvillaa ja uhkaava lepakkoprintti etupuolella.

  • Sale! Christmas Time-0

    Various - Christmas Time (Käytetty LP/12)



  • The Sun Years, plus...His R&B recordings 1949 - 1956-0

    Rufus Thomas - The Sun Years, plus…His R&B recordings 1949 – 1956 (CD)


    ”29 tracks including all known surviving recordings from 1949 – 1956

    ___ 2 recently discovered sides from his first recording session for Star Talent

    ___all 8 original 78 rpm discs for Star Talent, Bullet, Chess, Sun, and Meteor. Some of these now for the

    first time ever from the first generation-tape

    ___ 3 recordings from the Memphis Recording Service, not originally issued

    ___2 original versions of songs Rufus covered (1 by Joe Hill Louis, 1 by Rosco Gordon; previously


    ___the original version of Hound Dog by Big Mama Thornton

    ___2 bonus recordings by Rufus’s fellow DJ, Moohah Williams

    ___ 2 extracts from Rufus on radio WDIA in the 1950s

     a rare radio interview with Daddy Cool

    ___mastered as only Bear Family can do it! A newly researched 68-page booklet by Martin Hawkins largely based on interviews by himself and Dave Booth, plus

    rare photos and adverts.

    Rufus Thomas was a one-off: a larger than life character who made as great a contribution to the performance and style

    of American music as he did to the recording of it. He saw it all from black vaudeville to rap… and played a major role in

    the evolution of African American music.

    His earlier R&B recordings have been unjustly obscured by his later role in the development of Stax Records and his

    string of soul hits.

    But Rufus was – though he always played it down – a damn fine blues and R&B singer in the 1950s. And this is one of

    the best cross-sections of African American music you’ll hear from the period. Rufus sings with the Lionel Hampton

    band, several Memphis R&B dance bands, and with Sun studio session groups. And, in case we forget, he gave Sun

    Records its first hit, Bear Cat.”