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  • Dupree Jack - Shakin’ Mother For You / Keep On Knockin’ (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • Various - Blacked! n Williams`d! Vol.6 EP (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    White Kids Goin’ Wild Over The R&B of…. Larry Williams.

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

    13,00

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

  • Breedlove Jimmy - Killer Diller EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    As the young buck with the always-busy vocal harmony group, The Cues, whom he joined in 1955, Jimmy Breedlove sang on their influential ”Burn That Candle”, ”Why”, ”Crackerjack” and ”Killer Diller”. A solo career beckoned leading to sparkling releases for Atco, Epic and then RCA, for whom he waxed the well-recieved ”Rock ’n’ Roll Hits” LP – a hit with the ducktail and ponytail partners – from which the recut of ”Killer Diller” and ”Whole Lot-ta Shakin'” stem.

  • Smith Fatman Floyd - Where You Been EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    A native of South Carolina, Lloyd Smith – known as ”Fat Man” – has now made Philadelphia his home, previously recording for the local Gotham label whilst holding down a gig as Louis Jordan’s manager! A big personality in Philly, he has now signed on as a broadcaster and radio DJ and pacted with the OKeh label to deliver the four scorching sides in this hot package.

  • Lewis Bobby - You Better Stop EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    A resounding success in recent years with his pop hits for Beltone Records, like many black artists Indiana-born Bobby Lewis has taken years to become an overnight success. A one-off release for Chess introduced his ”Mumbles Blues” to the world which, given a rockin’ rearrangement was recut for Spotlight Records in 1956 in Motor City, as featured here with the equally cool ”Solid as a Rock” backed by Dave Hamilton’s Peppers. He also rerecorded the latter for Roulette but we here include his debut release for that label.

  • 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!

  • Hawkins Screamin’ Jay - Little Demon EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Although curiously absent from the nations best-seller lists, wild and wacky Screamin’ Jay and his signature ”I Put a Spell on You” is surely well-known to anybody moved by the rhythm and the blues and has sold well for the reanimated OKeh company. Here is a selection of alternative versions of his best, batty bellowings that have been recovered from the Columbia cutting-room carpet – including the infamous ”Spell”; listen closely…you got to be real cool to hear the words he says!

  • Shepard Ollie - Say Yeah! EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    A veteran of the race recording scene, Louisiana-born Ollie Shepard first recorded with his Kentucky Boys for Decca in 1937 when he cut his big blues hit, the much-covered ”It’s a Low Down Dirty Shame”. Two decades later, his recent releases have been pitched at the teenage rock ’n’ roll market with a return to OKeh, as well as releases for the Gee and Johnson record companies in the Big Apple in a variety of hepcat-friendly styles.

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

    13,00

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

  • Various - Blacked! n Coasted! Vol.3 EP (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    White Kids Goin’ Wild Over The R&B of…. THE COASTERS

  • Bull Moose Jackson / Four Pearls - Cherokee Boogie / Look At Me (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • 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

  • Rufus Thomas, Jr. - Bear Cat / Walking In The Rain (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Repropainos klassikosta.

  • Everett Betty - Ain’t Gonna Cry / Killer Diller (7 single/EP)

    12,00

    Reissue 1958 julkaistusta singlestä.

  • Tiny Topsy - Aw! Shucks Baby EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Known to her mother as Otha Lee Moore, the small-but-mighty ”Tiny Topsy” has been a fixture of the Windy City blues scene for several years and has now been inked by Ralph Bass for presentation on his Federal label. Backed by Otis Williams’ Charms and Cincinnati’s finest musicians, these 1957 recordings will be sure to please her many fans and all lovers of the big beat.

  • Little Esther - T’ain’t Whatcha Say…EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Discovered by legendary band-leader Johnny Otis in 1949, little Esther Mae Jones found fame with that great band on a slew of chart hits in the early part of the decade for the Savoy label. All growed up now, Little Esther has decided to go it alone and has been pacted in recent years to Decca Records and has also returned to the hit-making Savoy company for a series of releases displaying her mature style backed by the cream of the Big Apple sessioneers.

  • Johnson Ella - Bring It Home EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    A well-loved featured singer with big brother Buddy’s ork, Miss Ella Johnson has been a constant visitor to the best-seller lists for over a decade with songs such as ”When My Man Comes Home”, ”That’s the Stuff You Gotta Watch” and ”Hittin’ on Me”. Her unique style has now made a hit with the flat-top crowd with ”Bring it Home to Me” entering the R&B Top Ten tunes, featured here with three other cool, cool spools.

  • Cooper Dolly - Tell Me, Tell Me EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Performing as Baby Doll with Bill Campbell’s Blue Notes for many years post war, Thelma ”Dolly” Cooper earned her position as a much-loved Big Apple tunester and was snapped up by the Savoy people earlier in the 1950s. She has now signed with Buck Ram’s agency and made a string of fine platters with both Modern and Dot on both coasts, backed by steller saxmen Maxwell Davis and Sam ”The Man” Taylor, as evidenced by this scintillating selection.

  • Allen Annisteen - G’wan About Your Business EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    A long-term tunester with Lucky Millinder’s swing ork, Annisteen Allen has been no stranger to the R&B charts with hits such as ”I’ll Never Be Free”, ”I’m Waiting Just For You” and ””Baby, I’m Doin’ it!”. Having taken a solo flight she has since been teamed with ace arrangers Howard Biggs and Sy Oliver to offer these four rockers sure to please the bobby soxers…and listen out for the new version of ’Fujiyama Mama’ by Wanda Jackson!

  • Emerson Billy The Kid - The Woodchuck / I’m Not Going Home (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Reissue

  • Mayfield Joe - I’m On The Move / How’s Things With You (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    1964 julkaistun singlen repropainos.

  • Screamin Jay Hawkins - Split Dee Clark (Green) (7 single/EP)

    17,00

    Limited edition of 300 copies only.

  • Jackson Toombs / Lightnin Slim - Kiss-A-Me Quick / Mean Old Lonesome Train (7 single/EP)

    13,00

    Loistava single. Mukana bonuskuva.

  • Lucas Buddy & His Orchestra - My Pinch Hitter / I Got Drunk (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    1954 julkaistun singlen uusintapainos.

  • Parker (The Bear) Jack - Cheap Old Wine, Whiskey / I Need You, I Want You (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Featuring Emmet Davis

    1953 julkaistun singlen tai oikeammin (78 rpm savikiekon) repropainos vinyylinä.

  • Various - Cosmic Keith Marples EP (7 single/EP)

    15,00

    DJ, Condiment connoisseur and snack lover Cosmic Keith Marples left us almost a year ago and this fantastic EP was released to coincide with his Birthday.
    Here you have 4 x absolute Cosmic dance floor winners.
    VERY LIMITED EDITION – PROFITS GO TO CHARITY

  • Big Danny Oliver - Sapphire / I Wanna Go Steady (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • Various - Maverick Rock’n’Roll Sock Hop Vol. 1 EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00
  • Various - Trumpet Blues Rockers Shout Brother, Shout EP (7 single/EP)

    10,00

    Jumping Delta blues with a rootsy sparse style, passionate vocals, and tempestuous energy!!!!!!!

    Trumpet Jump Blues Rockers, Shout Brother, Shout features Willie Love, Elmer James aka Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, Sonny Boy Williamson, and Tiny Kennedy. The Blues Men have honed these songs to perfection performing in the Nelson Street clubs and bars in Jackson, Mississippi. Three of these early 1950’s recordings are alternate takes, and not featured on the Mississippi Southern Bred series. Koko Mojo held them back because they were perfect for an EP, they are the sounds that Dee Jays play and people want. The EP is compiled by well-known Dee Jay Mark Armstrong, who has been Dee Jaying since his early teen years. Our EP’s have; sleeve notes, and the songs mastered for the best possible sound available. The EP is housed in an attractively designed heavy duty cardboard sleeve which has a stunning 1950’s design.

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