2018

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  • Thorogood George And The Destroyers - Bad To The Bone (LP)

    13,00

    Bad to the Bone is the 5th studio album by the American Blues-Rock band George Thorogood & The Destroyers. It was released in 1982 by the label EMI America Records and contains their best known song, Bad to the Bone”.”

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  • Cauthen Paul - Have Mercy EP (LP)

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    Somewhere between an EP and an album, Cauthen’s new seven-track collection, Have Mercy, is a stunning showcase of the pure power of truth and love. Building off the success of My Gospel, the Texas troubadour’s breakout debut, Have Mercy pushes Cauthen’s songwriting to new heights as he searches for common ground and peace of mind in an increasingly polarized world.

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  • Crayton Pee Wee - 1960 Debut Album (Ltd) (LP)

    15,00
    Bonus Tracks, High Quality, Limited Edition!

    Originally issued in 1960, the album includes previous Modern sides, some of them dating back to 1948. Featured here is a magnificent mix of emotional blues, jump tunes, electrifying boogies, and soulful ballads. Among the highlights you can find the opener “Texas Hop” – a jumpin’ instrumental with a rockin’ guitar solo and wailing sax, and the instrumental smash “Blues After Hours,” as well as great vocal numbers such as “California Women,” “Tired of Travelin’” and “My Everything,” among others. In addition to the original album, this limited collector’s edition includes 2 bonus tracks from the same period: the sumptuous ”I Love You So,” one of Crayton’s biggest hits, and the electrifying “Poppa Stoppa,” a guitar instrumental with exhilarating staccato picks on the high end of the neck.

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  • Hooker John Lee - Don’t Turn Me From Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues (LP)

    23,00

    This album was originally released as Atco 33-151 in February 1963. It was later reissued as “Detroit Special,” Atlantic 7228 on October 5, 1972.

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  • Hooker John Lee - Boogie Chillen’ – 50 Original All-Time Classics (2CD) (CD)

    18,00

    Collection of 50 original all-time classics by John Lee Hooker, including songs such as ’Boom Boom’, ’Smokestack Lightnin”, ’Baby, Please Don’t Go’, ’Hobo Blues’ and many more.

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  • Winter Johnny - The Woodstock Experience 2LP (LP)

    32,00

    180gr/Insert/First Time On Vinyl/Complete Woodstock Set
    2-LP

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  • Reverend Horton Heat - Whole New Life (Ltd, Coloured) (LP)

    29,00

    Uusi albumi. Nyt ekaa kertaa 4 miehisenä. VAIN 4 kappaletta jäljellä!

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  • Various - Buttshakers – Vol. 13 : Special Latin, Soul, Boogaloo & More (LP)

    20,00

    Another great volume in one of the best compilation series ever! Again, this is an amazing selection of 15 very rare and groovy cuts, this time focused on Latin soul, boogaloo and beyond!

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  • Teskey Brothers - Half Mile Harvest (ltd, gatefold) (LP)

    29,00

    Debut album (2017) from the Australian band. Sam and Josh Teskey discovered American soul music of the 1960’s via their parents’ record collection and were immediately taken. As teenagers, the two brothers jammed night after night in the bungalow behind their family home on the outskirts of Melbourne, devouring the R&B songbook and absorbing the tricks of the blues trade. In their obsession, the pair became accomplished players and soon began writing originals; a process which came naturally to both of them. Finally, The Teskey Brothers released their debut album Half Mile Harvest. The record, self-produced at their home studio in Warrandyte, captures the essence of old school soul that the four have grown to love and know over years of musical friendship. The songs are beautifully written, showcasing the musicianship at hand and dripping with warm melodious hooks as natural and alive as anything that came out of Stax-era Memphis.

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  • Teskey Brothers - Half Mile Harvest (CD)

    15,00

    Debut album (2017) from the Australian band. Sam and Josh Teskey discovered American soul music of the 1960’s via their parents’ record collection and were immediately taken. As teenagers, the two brothers jammed night after night in the bungalow behind their family home on the outskirts of Melbourne, devouring the R&B songbook and absorbing the tricks of the blues trade. In their obsession, the pair became accomplished players and soon began writing originals; a process which came naturally to both of them. Finally, The Teskey Brothers released their debut album Half Mile Harvest. The record, self-produced at their home studio in Warrandyte, captures the essence of old school soul that the four have grown to love and know over years of musical friendship. The songs are beautifully written, showcasing the musicianship at hand and dripping with warm melodious hooks as natural and alive as anything that came out of Stax-era Memphis.

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  • Dayton Jesse - The Outsider (LP)

    27,00

    TAAS LÖYTYY VARASTOSTA! LOISTAVA ALBUMI !

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  • Johnson Wilko - Blow Your Mind (LP)

    15,00

    ‘Blow Your Mind’ is Wilko’s first album of new material in 30 years, and is the sound of a man feeling very much alive.

    Joining Wilko on the album are his long-standing band; Norman Watt Roy on bass and Dylan Howe on drums along with producer Dave Eringa who worked with them on the gold-selling album ‘Going Back Home’ with Roger Daltrey. Describing the record as ‘The album I never thought I’d get to write’ it deals with the trials and tribulations that he faced in the last five years, songs such as Marijuana and Take It Easy deal very directly with the terminal diagnosis he was given.

    Speaking about the first sets of lyrics that he’d written in three decades Wilko says “It’s tricky when you get to seventy years old, because what am I supposed to be singing? “I love you, baby, but you done me wrong?” Come on! That’s kind of a problem. But I never thought that I’d be the sort of person to write songs about different sorts of real-life experiences until I got sick”.

    Anyone expecting that Wilko’s particular brand of R&B to be softened by such heartfelt lyrics is in for a surprise, if anything his guitar style of ‘the chop’ as he calls it, is even more aggressive. The introspection of some of the tracks on the album is more than balanced out by the good time upbeat party feel of the title track, Beauty and I Love The Way You Do that have the urgency of Wilko’s earliest work with Dr Feelgood.

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  • Johnny & Jaalene - Same (CD)

    24,00

    Johnny Ramos – voc,gtr, (19) son of Kid Ramos and the only 16-year-old Jaalene DeLeon – voc with her first CD with Blues, Roots, Rockabilly and Americana. Absolutely worth listening to. They get support from Kid Ramos – gtr, Tommy Harkenrider – gtr, Brent Harding – bass, Kip Dapps – drums, as well as Jesus Cueva – acc on 3 tracks and Ron Dziubla – sax on 3 tracks.

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  • Louderdales - En El Valle De Los Perdidos (CD)

    15,00

    Based in Aachen/Germany, Louderdales started out in 2009 as a bunch of friends not knowing where the road might lead to. Influenced by almost any guitar driven music from the past 60 years, they got hooked on Americana & alt. Country music. Spiced with Morricone-like Guitar scraps and a dash of old fashioned Rock’n’Roll, the striking honky-tonky voice of lead singer Joe tells stories from the world of Outlaws and failed lives. 
    As every bandmate is around in the music scene for many years, hitting european and worldwide stages with bands like The Bloodstrings, Cave 4, Pigheaded and Ray Collins’ Hot Club, Louderdales are always prepared to saddle their horses and burn down your barn! 

    Since 2010, Louderdales shared the stage with Americana & Country acts like Bob Wayne, Chip Hanna and Jenny Don’t & The Spurs. 
    2011, Louderdales laid down 13 tracks that have been released as CD/LP titled ”Songs of No Return” on Crazy Love Records in early 2012. 
    This new album was recorded in 2016 and is now released by Sleazy Records.

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  • Kessel Barney - Live At The Jazz Mill 1954, Vol 2 (LP)

    22,00

    This is another album of relaxed, swingin’ jazz from Kessel and the Jazz Millers–Pete Jolly-piano, Art Kile-drums, and Gene Stoffel-bass. Like the first volume, these tapes come from a young audiophile who brought his tape machine into the club to record various performers playing there. The sound is warm and actually pretty clean sounding, with a feel of the ’50s. Both volumes are issued on the Modern Harmonic label which is part of the Sundazed label. The disc slips into a pocket in the wallet style cardboard package. There’s a nice two page essay on the inside panels and a track list, photo of the group, and recording info on the back cover.

    This is a good chance for Kessel and/or jazz guitar fans in general to hear a true master of jazz guitar, playing with a small sympathetic group. The ’50s is when Kessel was either near or at the top of jazz polls, and these live tapes will show why that was. Jolly’s piano is also a great feature here. His playing accents Kessel’s lyrical style–listen to ”Tea For Two” as just one example of how well they play together.

    Like the first volume, this album is filled with standards like ”Indian Summer”, ”Blue Moon” (with a nice bass solo), ”I Can’t Get Started” (a beautiful version), ”Godchild” (Kessel’s playing is especially lyrical), and a couple of other tunes. The small club ambience helps define this music–a good example of jazz in a small club that didn’t last a year before closing it’s doors. That fact makes these tapes not only rare, but historic as well. And Kessel’s and the group’s relaxed familiarity with these tunes makes for a good listening experience.

    Kessel fans should check out both volumes. Both are full of Kessel in his prime, backed by a fine pianist and a rhythm section that is never intrusive yet pushed the music along nicely. For swinging, fluid, ’50s jazz guitar, both volumes deserve attention from fans. Both are good examples of what small gigs were like during this era. Can you imagine what it would be like to walk into a small club like the Jazz Mill and hear Kessel during his best years? Both volumes can sit next to other Kessel albums from this prime era.

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