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  • Brown Roy - Rocks (CD)

    20,00

    1-CD Digipak with 36-page booklet, 30 tracks. Total playing time approx. 79 min.
    Roy Brown, one of the all-time greats of early rhythm ’n’ blues and jointly responsible for the breakthrough success of rock and roll – ROCKS!
    His Good Rocking Tonight from 1948 is regarded as an epitome of early rocking R&B and constitutes a cornerstone of R’n’R!
    That rocker and 29 additional tunes in the most comprehensive CD series on Bear Family Records® are pure energy from a fantastic blues shouter!

    The album features recordings from 1948-51 (DeLuxe), 1952-55 (King), 1956-58 (Imperial) and 1960 (Home of the Blues), including Rockin’ At Midnight, Boogie At Midnight, Butcher Pete, Hurry Hurry Baby, Gal From Kokomo and Ain’t No Rocking No More.
    Carefully mastered and accompanied by a detailed biography of Bill Dahl in the illustrated 36-page booklet, this CD fits seamlessly into the series of great rockers in our ROCKS series!

  • Various - Groove Machine (The Earl Young Drum Sessions) (CD)

    20,00
  • Arnold Calvin - Funky Way – Venture Recordings 1967-1969 (CD)

    15,00
  • Elbert Donnie - What Can I Do? 1957-1962 (CD)

    13,00
  • Turner Big Joe - My Gal’s A Jockey – 1946-1950 (CD)

    13,00
  • Turner Big Joe - Roll ’Em 1938-1945 (CD)

    13,00
  • Stone Jesse aka Charles Calhoun / Various - Architect of Rhythm and Blues 1927-1961 (2CD) (CD)

    15,00

    Mahtava kokoelma.

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

    13,00
  • Taylor Neville - Rockaroo! The (Almost) Complete Recordings, 1958-1961 (CD)

    13,00
  • Flowers Phil - D.C. Rider – Washington Rhythm and Blues 1958-1962 (CD)

    13,00
  • Dillard Varetta - The Essential – Easy, Easy Baby (2CD) (CD)

    15,00
  • Various - Hi-Strung R&B Vol.1 (CD)

    15,00

    Uusi sarja koko Mojolta.

  • Various - Shotgun Boogie – Rhythm & Blues Goes Country Vol.1 (CD)

    18,00

    1-CD (Digipak) with 36 page booklet, 29 tracks. Total playing time approx. 79 min.
    There has always been a lively exchange between musicians in the USA – regardless of skin color.
    With ’Shotgun Boogie’, Bear Family Records® documents in text and sound how R&B musicians successfully covered songs from the country music songbook.

    Smiley Lewis sings Link Davis’ Big Mamou, Joe Liggins Johnnie Lee Wills’ Rag Mop, Sonny Knight sings Hank Williams’ country tearjerker Lovesick Blues, the Crows cover Bill Carlisle’s No Help Wanted, Guitar Jr. brilliantly interprets Harlan Howard’s Pick Me Up On Your Way Down and Cecil Gant grooves through Tennessee Ernie Ford’s Shotgun Boogie.
    29 carefully remastered recordings from the best sources.

    Liner notes by the renowned music expert Bill Dahl with biographical and discographical details.

  • Jones Tom - Live Duets 1969-1972 (2CD) (CD)

    25,00
  • Various - Blues Meets Doo-Wop Volume 4 (CD)

    15,00

    Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 4.

  • Various - Black Pearls – Rhythm & Blues Volume 7 (CD)

    15,00

    Ei paha. Ei ainuttakaan huonoa biisiä. Kunnon party levy.

    ”Oh! What A Wonderful Time”

  • Various - Doop-a-Go-Go Party LP + CD (LP)

    23,00

    The new vinyl rallying cry intoned by El Vidocq!!!

    Following in the footsteps of the ‘Voices Super Sound’ compilation, our hirsute DJ continues his exploration of melodious voices, his unearthing of out-of-the-ordinary harmonies, his tracking down of otherworldly choruses and choirs… A vocal theme that, coupled with the diabolical energy of vintage Rhythm’n’Blues and Black Rock’n’Roll, coyly winks at (without marrying) Gospel or even Doo-Wop… Deliciously malicious, thrillingly enthusiastic… and though several voices once again sing as one, the overall feeling here is somewhat more dangerous, even savage… ‘Doop-A-Go-Go’!!! The compilation gathers together rediscovered gems (by THE TURBANS, THE FIVE KEYS, TINY TOPSY AND THE CHARMS) with hot one-hit wonders (THE CHANTEURS, AVALONS, THE LIDOS, MAD LADS, THE MOON STONES). While some sing their faith (EVELYN FREEMAN), others conjure up less holy desires (THE VISIONS, THE PARAMOURS), but they all stand out for the surprising generosity of their vocals! Get ready to ‘Boom Boom’ to ‘Wop Wop’ and to ‘Ouh Ouuuhhh’!!! A vigorous ‘Come on everybody, yeah, now, yeah yeah…’ gets the compilation going, flowing from one thunderous and bewitching brew to the next…‘Doop-A-Go-Go’!!!

  • Various - Exotic-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!!!

  • Dion - On The Dancefloor With Dion DiMucci (CD)

    18,00

    1-CD (Digipak) with 36 page booklet, 29 tracks. Total playing time approx. 78 min.

    Bear Family Records® welcomes Dion DiMucci – one of the most successful artists of his generation – to our ’Dancefloor’ series.
    He was the lead singer in Dion and The Belmonts (I Wonder Why, A Teenager In Love, Where Or When) and as a solo artist landed major hits such as Lonely Teenager, Runaround Sue, The Wanderer, Ruby Baby and Donna The Prima Donna.
    This album, compiled by Nico Feuerbach with liner notes written by Bill Dahl based on a interview with Dion, describes Dion’s career from a ’50s rocker to a ’60s pop star!
    Dion: popular worldwide at the latest since the Warner film success ’The Wanderers’ in 1979.
    The American singer and songwriter Dion DiMucci, or Dion for short, was born in 1939 in the Bronx, New York City. With his vocal group Dion & The Belmonts, he landed the first doo-wop and R’n’R hits in the late 1950s. He left the Belmonts around 1960 and they continued to work without him.

    Dion is best known for his solo career with great pop hits such as Lonely Teenager, Runaround Sue, The Wanderer, Ruby Baby and Donna The Prima Donna. He skillfully combined elements of doo-wop, R&B and rock ’n’ roll and matured into a versatile and influential figure in the early years of rock music. Over time, he continued to develop as an artist, successfully exploring various genres such as blues and folk.

    Dion’s influence on the industry and popular music has been significant, his contributions from the early era of rock ’n’ roll have cemented his place among the greats of popular music. In 1989, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    With ’On The Dancefloor With Dion DiMucci’ Bear Family Records® releases an entertaining but above all danceable compilation of some of his greatest songs and beyond!

  • Sale!

    Nutmegs vs. Turbans - When You Dance (CD)

    Original price was: €13,00.Current price is: €5,00.

    The Essential hits collection from two doo wop groups.

  • Sale! One Night Stand-Live At The Harlem Square Club 1963-0

    Cooke Sam - One Night Stand-Live At The Harlem Square Club 1963 (CD)

    Original price was: €18,00.Current price is: €10,00.

    Upea live taltiointi.

  • Various - Spotlight on Sylvester Bradford – Ific (CD)

    15,00

    Spotlight On Sylvester Bradford, Ific, Koko Mojo Records (KM-CD-198) contains thirty recordings. The songs which Sylvester Bradford did not compose or co-compose feature him as either a harmony vocalist, or pianist, and usually he undertook both roles. His only solo release for Atco Records, I Like Girls, and I Live Just To Love You are reissued for the first time, as is Vodka by The Golden Highlights. Songs benefiting from Bradford’s imaginative writing, often with the assistance from his writing partner Al Lewis include; Tears On My Pillow, (Chuck Jacksons version is featured) I’m Ready (Fats Domino), Lovin’ With A Beat (The El Tones), Walkin’ Home From School, and Right Now, (Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps).

    This thirty song Koko Mojo album places the spotlight on an over-looked 1950s artist, whose contribution to music needs to be acknowledged. Dee Jay Mark Armstrong Bühl, Germany

  • Various - Rhythm & Blues Hell Raisers Volume 2 – Jail Bird (CD)

    15,00

    Koko Mojo Records presents thirty hoodlum rousing rhythm & blues rockers focusing on; drinking, drugs, relationships, sex, murder, and incarceration in “R&B Hell Raisers” Volume 02, Jail Bird. The raucous rhythms from “hip” to the jive mischief-making artists convey the problematic lifestyle from the decadent music years of 1934 and 1940, then onwards from 1947 through to 1961. Koko Mojo Records endeavours to use some lesser-known and for some people, perhaps more obscure titles, and our philosophy is to compile songs of quality, with every album, its “killer and no filler” ideology! You are listening to music from the past with a remastered sound that will shake the speakers.

    ”Dee Jay Mark Armstrong, Bühl, Germany”

  • Various - Blues Meets Doo-Wop Volume 3 (CD)

    15,00

    Meeting on a street corner symphony of doo-wop, therefore, is the genre of blues, and The “Mojo” Man tasked with compiling a track list that leans on both genres in equal measures. What is unique about this third volume, and continuing along the same path for the following volumes of this brand-new album series, is that blues and doo-wop are rarely compiled together, let alone seen in the same room together. Yet Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 3 witnesses their paths crossing, whether knowingly or unwittingly, given that artists of both genres passed along the same corridors of recording studios and record labels, in addition to sharing the same backing musicians when required. With this latest addition of albums, Koko Mojo brings together said genres where blues communicates directly with doo-wop to present this version of historical events. Look no further than an amalgamated collection of the two styles coming together during Little Milton with The Rockers and ‘I’m In Love’, classic Chuck Berry featuring The Moonglows and track ‘Almost Grown’, to established unit The Midnighters with ‘Open Up Your Back Door’. Other areas of great quality reveal themselves in The Orioles’ ‘Baby Please Don’t Go’, The Five Echoes’ ‘Fool’s Prayer’, Sonny Fishback and ‘Gee Baby’, Ricky Allen with The Elites and song ‘Remember The Time’, The Gales’ ‘My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble’, to spoiling the listener rotten with the inclusion of Jimmy Witherspoon with The Lamplighters ‘Just For You’. Littered throughout with gifts from the gods, Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 3 is a unique collection of twenty-eight tracks for your listening pleasure, covering a period of history rarely featured, let alone discussed, where blues and doo-wop shared numerous relationships, and the end results being these enigmatic tracks. Such is their nature, Koko Mojo is once again first to the post by delivering a unique slice of music nostalgia with Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 3.

    Nathan Olsen-Haines (Koko Mojo)

  • Various - Black Pearls – Rhythm & Blues Volume 6 (CD)

    15,00

    Ei paha. Ei ainuttakaan huonoa biisiä. Kunnon party levy.

    ”Get Your Enjoys”

  • Gordon Roscoe - Just A Little Bit – The Singles Collection (2CD) (CD)

    13,00

    • Blues & R&B singer, songwriter and pianist who helped create the Memphis blues style with his “Roscoe Rhythm”
    • Played with Johnny Ace, Bobby Bland and B.B. King as a member of the Bealestreeters in Memphis
    • 52-track 2-CD set comprising most of his recordings from this era on RPM, Chess, Duke, Sun and Vee Jay
    • Features his R&B No. 1 “Booted”, and his other R&B hits with “No More Doggin’”and “Just A Little Bit”, and “Saddled The Cow (And Milked The Horse)”
    • An entertaining showcase for an influential personality in the blues and R&B scene of the 1950s and ‘60s

  • Various - Sloppy Drunk – The R&B Rockers (CD)

    15,00

    90 Years Since Prohibition Ended! NYT LÄHTEE!! OTETAAN TAAS!

    The twenty nine 100 percent proof R&B rockers used on our Koko Mojo Historic Series album are a musical booze booze party from start to the finish! Koko Mojo Records (KM-CD-180) R&B Rockers, Sloppy Drunk tells the story of Wayne Wheeler‘s Volstead Act which ended 90 years ago on 5th December1933. We invite you to drink, but not to excess and party along with during our R&B Rockers, Sloppy Drunk album and musically give the finger to Wayne Wheeler‘s Volstead Act.

  • Various - Blues Meets Doo-Wop Volume 2 (CD)

    15,00

    Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 2.

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