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Dale Dick - Singles Collection `61-65 (2LP) (LP)€47,00
The Dick Dale & His Deltones Singles Collection ’61-65 fills a crucial void in the Dick Dale catalog: collected here are 28 wild ’n killer single sides from the Deltone and Capitol labels, featuring rare 45-only tracks and unique mono single versions of such iconic Dale classics as Let’s Go Trippin’,” ”Miserlou,” ”The Wedge,” ”Mr. Eliminator,” ”Secret Surfin’ Spot” and his legendary theme song, ”King of the Surf Guitar.”Finally corralled together for the first time, these powerhouse single A & B sides offer testament to the undiminished power of Dale’s work-and to his continuing status as one of rock’s preeminent guitar innovators.Bet – as a result of Sundazed’s unprecedented access to Dale’s massive tape archive, this incredible double-LP collection-mastered from the original analog reels and pressed on high-quality 180-gram vinyl-captures the bigger-than-life guitar master at his absolute greatest… Jungle Fever, baby!!!”
Black Knights - Sweet Spirit Of Dixie (Käytetty LP/12)€50,00
Swedish Teddy Boy Rock’n’roll
The Black Knights
The Devil himself used to sit in a tree at the Hårga mountain and play so that people danced until only their skulls remained, that was a well known fact……
The year was 1981, and the place Kilafors in Hälsingland. Three youngsters – Jesse James (16), Dickie Dirtwater (16) and Terrible Tom Powder (14) decide to form a band. They named themselves ’The Steelcramphs’.
With the Rock & Roll revival at its peak and as teenagers growing up in a society where expressions like: four on the floor, burnout and moonshine were more common than: stockbrooker, yuppie and BMW, ain’t no wonder these youngsters formed a Rock & Roll combo!
They later transformed into ’Sneaky Pete & His Ham Tramk Home Brewers’, and shortly after into the ’Black Knights’, travelling to their first gigs by train and bus (that’s how I met ’em in ’82 ) or Dickie’s mother giving them a ride.
They’ve kept the same line up since the start (well, Alf Östlund joined them on acoustic guitar for a while) and I think they’ve kept the same fans all along although they’ve increased over the years. As there’s no doubt that the Black Knights are today more popular than ever.”
Prine John - Crooked Piece Of Time: The Atlantic & Asylum Albums (1971 – 1980) 7CD Boxset (CD)€69,00
The Mark Twain of American songwriting” – Rolling Stone
One of the most celebrated singer/songwriters of his generation – and recipient of the Grammy’s 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award – John Prine was a master storyteller whose work was often witty and always heartfelt, frequently offering a sly but sincere reflection of his Midwestern American roots. While Prine’s songs were often rooted in folk and country flavors, he was no stranger to rock & roll, R&B, and rockabilly, and he readily adapted his rough but expressive voice to his musical surroundings. His songs were recorded by a long list of well-respected artists, including Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, Bonnie Raitt, Kris Kristofferson, Carly Simon, George Strait, Norah Jones, John Denver, Miranda Lambert, The Everly Brothers, Bette Midler, Paul Westerberg, Tammy Wynette and Dwight Yoakam
Presley Elvis - Easy Come, Easy Go (2LP) (LP)€65,00
FTD Vinyl is pleased to announce the first official RCA Victor EASY COME, EASY GO 2-LP edition. As there was no official publicity portrait session for the movie, the original EP featured a cover shot from GIRL HAPPY.
Around the same time as the ECEG EP release, SEE ELVIS THE USA WAY EP (based on the ECEG EP art design) was released exclusively in Australia and New Zealand. For this 2-LP limited edition, we have mirrored this rare design that included a publicity portrait from SPINOUT.
Phillips Esther - Brand New Day: Lenox / Atlantic & Roulette Recordings 1962-1970 (5CD) (CD)€45,00
Five CD set. The late Esther Phillips has often been considered one of the ’unsung’ pioneers in the world of R&B, stretching back to the early ’50s when as a child star working with famed bandleader Johnny Otis, she enjoyed a run of chart-topping singles at the age of 15, making her the youngest female artist to ever have an #1 R&B hit at the time.
The Texas-born vocalist returned in 1962 with a soulful version of the country hit, ’Release Me’ for Lenox Records, subsequently signing with Atlantic Records for whom she recorded a total of four full albums between 1964-1970 with a brief spell at Roulette Records in 1969.
Produced by SoulMusic Records founder David Nathan, Brand New Day – The Lenox/Atlantic & Roulette Recordings is a sumptuous first-of-it’s-kind box set, consisting of (102) tracks of Esther’s work in a variety of different musical settings, sequenced by session and containing a number of previously unreleased cuts as well as non-album singles making their CD debut.
An 8,000-word informative and extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring, alongside superb mastering by Nick Robbins and first class artwork by Roger Williams make this box set an overdue celebration of Esther Phillips’ glorious artistry, in particular as a commemoration of her passing in August, 1984 at the age of 48.
Various - Troubled Troubadours (LP)€35,00
16 tracks from Country Music’s tormented testament. Gatefold CoverLust, murder, assassination, alienation, war, depravity and credit cards. Troubled times demand troubled troubadours. And here they are – 16 seismic slices of misfortune, desperation, woe and plain high-weirdness – delivered by a stellar cast of country music luminaries and a host of valiant battered journeymen.In that seminal epoch of the late-1960s and early-1970s – the times were a changin’ – and it wasn’t always for the better.
Autocide, infanticide, deicide, suicide…and the puzzling desire to transmigrate into a stuffed toy are just some of the delights and low-lights presented for your primordial listening pleasure.
Look out trouble, here we come…
See Lawton Williams and his Cold, Cold Hands!
Hear Mark Slade ask ARE They Gonna Shoot GOD?!
Witness Lorene Mann’s eternal torment in Hide MY SIN!
Movie: Feat. Gordon Robert - LOVELESS (Blu-Ray)€39,00
Legendaarinen biker elokuva nyt myös blu-ray julkaisuna ja upealla kuvalla. Starring: Willem Dafoe, Robert Gordon, Marin Kanter, J. Don Ferguson
MPAA Rating: R
Genre: Biker Film
Theatrical Date: 1982
Original Language: English
Run Time: 85 Minutes
aka: The Loveless
Flags: Adult Language, Adult Situations, Brief Nudity, Not For Children, Nudity, Violence
Studio: Blue Underground
The period biker flick The Loveless marks the feature debut of both actor Willem Dafoe and writer/director Kathryn Bigelow (Strange Days). Bigelow co-wrote and co-directed the film with Monty Montgomery, who would go on to produce Wild at Heart and The Portrait of a Lady. Dafoe plays Vance, a stoic, leather-clad biker who rides into a small Southern town and to wait for some other bikers. Their plan is to travel on to Daytona for some racing, but they have to stick around the little truck stop town for a while to get one of their bikes repaired. Vance flirts a bit with Augusta (Liz Gans), a widowed waitress. She’s the only local who’s friendly to him and his gang. Contemplating living in such a depressed, isolated place, Vance tells her, I think your husband had the right idea.” While the bikes are worked on, Vance and the gang, including the abrasive Davis (rockabilly musician Robert Gordon, who also composed the film’s soundtrack) and his girlfriend, Debbie (Tina Lhotsky), spend the day in town, to the chagrin of the conservative residents. Vance hooks up with Telena (Marin Kanter), the rebellious teenage daughter of a rich redneck. Their little tryst creates even more tension, and the day ends with violence. ~ Josh Ralske, All Movie Guide”
Daniel Jesse - Rollin’ On (LP)€35,00
Jesse Daniel is an artist formed from a life of opposites and everything about his new album, Rollin’ On reflects that dynamic. Two years removed from his self-titled debut and three years clean and sober, Daniel established his musical footing within the Golden State’s punk music circuit, becoming intertwined with the worst parts of a fast and loose public lifestyle in the process.
”Traveling gave me a lot of perspective and made me remember that there’s a whole world of people going through life just like me, trying to be happy. The tone of this record was shaped by those obstacles in a positive way and I think that ”Rollin’ On” embodies the feeling of moving forward. If I could impart anything to the listener, it’s that you don’t have to stay stuck. You’re the only one who can keep you there. That’s the common theme.
Various - The World Is A Monster: Lonesome Blue & Jump Jivin’ Hillbillies From (LP)
Out of the ashes of World War II, post-war Corporate U.S.A would sully it’s hands with anything in search of a buck. Even Hillbilly music…
Here, reissued for the first time, are 18 of the grimiest, most delicious slabs of Hillbilly misery, debauchery and mayhem to grace the Columbia Records imprint. From the dusty Rhinestone Noir of Rocky Porter’s ”The World Is A Monster” and Johnny Bond’s ”All I Can Do Is Cry” to the strident defiance of Polly Possum’s ”Don’t Talk To Me About Men” and the feral cowpoke racket of The Maddox Brothers ”Ugly And Slouchy.” Years in the making –
’The World Is A Monster’ presents 18 timeless paeans to dissolution, absolution and wanderlust – swinging, celebratory Honky Tonk odes and maudlin tear-in-your-beer-jerkers.
Remastered with love and care from the original tapes in a deluxe collector’s edition with rare photos and memorabilia. A forgotten cache of subterranean 78s and marginal 45s – some of these sides are impossibly rare and are reissued here for the very first time. All for your guilty listening pleasure.
Various - Down Home Blues: Chicago Volume 2: Sweet Home Chicago (CD)€47,00
Down Home Blues: Sweet Home Chicago is the second volume of Chicago Blues post war down home blues music from Wienerworld, recorded from the mid-1940s through the golden decade years of the 1950s up to the early 1960s
• This is the fourth box set in Wienerworld’s Down Home Blues series that explores the unique regions of the black American blues scene
• Sweet Home Chicago features 46 artists who were influential in developing the Chicago blues scene including Elmore James, Howling Wolf and Jimmy Rogers. Includes early down home blues recordings from Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley just before they were on the cusp of taking their music into the new big world of rock and roll
• A five CD set, packaged in a deluxe digipak with an outer slip case, featuring 135 tracks all remastered and including alternate takes of well-known recordings. All unissued and alternate take records are from Peter Moody’s private collection, many of which are otherwise unavailable
• Includes an outstanding 94 page book, featuring a new essay by renowned blues historian Mike Rowe on the post war Chicago scene; over fifty rare period photographs illustrate the essay throughout; full track details, as well as full sessionography. A feature page section on some of the artists and a five page gallery of original 78 and 45 record labels
• Features eight unique unpublished photos:
Chuck Berry (inside cover), Johnnie Johnson (p.1), Memphis Minnie (p.2), Robert Lockwood with Sonny Boy Williamson (p.25), Honey Boy Edwards (p.31), Elmore James, Little Walter & Muddy Waters (p.34), Bo Diddley (p.42), Billy Boy Arnold (p.44)
Peter Moody, the compiler, was frustrated that as he worked on the Chicago 5CD Fine Boogie set that was released in 2017, he was finding that he had many more prime recordings and ideas to bring to the ears of the blues music audience so he started work on this follow up collection.
Continuing the mix of well-known artists to the lesser-known, all the recordings are prime Chicago masterworks. With big hitters like Muddy Waters, Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson, all their tracks are alternate takes or originally unissued masters by the record companies, most of which are currently not available on release. Mixing with these three there are many more stars of this down home genre including Albert King, Jimmy Reed and Memphis Minnie, again with alternate recordings of their best well-known music. In this golden age of blues, there were so many superb recordings being made it was impossible to issue many of them into the singles record buying market place. Eventually when the new long playing albums began to surface they began to cater for this wealth of music when recording in later years.
Various - Boy Meets Girl: Classic Stax Duets 2LP (RSD) (LP)€40,00
The long out of print reissue of the iconic Stax Records’ duets collection celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of this classic album which has been out of print on vinyl since its original 1969 release.
The iconic collection features some of Stax’s best male and female vocalists including William Bell, Eddie Floyd, Cleotha Staples, Mavis Staples, Pervis Staples, Johnnie Taylor and Carla Thomas.
Producers included Al Bell, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Don Davis, Donald “Duck” Dunn, Randy Jackson, Homer Banks and Don Nix.
This ALL-ANALOG reissue has been mastered from the original mono tapes by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio and pressed on 180-gram vinyl at Memphis Record Pressing.
Wray Link - White Lightning: The Lost Cadence Sessions 1958 (LP)
The kids of 1958 loved ’em, and their first single for Cadence Records shot up the charts like a label owner’s dream. This is the fantastic and fiery album that was supposed to have been released as a follow-up to one of the all-time great, instrumental classics, Rumble.” But faster than you can say ”Drag Race,” everyone was talking about the new threat to the morals of American youth – Cadence label-owner Archie Bleyer included. That’s why Link and his boys were off the imprint, and this album of his prime-era, distorto-guitar-crunch cool remained unreleased for nearly 50 years! At long last, here it is, and it’s every bit as dirty and dangerous as you would expect!”
Hooker John Lee - Early Recordings: Detroit and Beyond Vol. 2 (2LP) (LP)
Third Man is ecstatic to present the first re-issue of John Lee Hooker’s seminal and rare Detroit and Beyond recordings on vinyl since their initial release in 1973. These tracks have been heralded by many fans as his best overall collection of recordings as well as his some of his earliest, apart from the 6 recorded by Bernie in 1961. Split between two double-LP volumes and remastered using original master recordings from Detroit’s legendary United Sound Systems (not even 2 miles from Third Man Detroit!), these collections are a must for blues and music lovers. Volume 2 includes the amazing Baby Please Don’t Go as well as Two Voice Original Mood (I’m In The Mood).
Hooker John Lee - Early Recordings: Detroit and Beyond Vol. 1 (2LP) (LP)
Third Man is ecstatic to present the first re-issue of John Lee Hooker’s seminal and rare Detroit and Beyond recordings on vinyl since their initial release in 1973. These tracks have been heralded by many fans as his best overall collection of recordings as well as his some of his earliest, apart from the 6 recorded by Bernie in 1961. Split between two double-LP volumes and remastered using original master recordings from Detroit’s legendary United Sound Systems (not even 2 miles from Third Man Detroit!), these collections are a must for blues and music lovers. Volume 1 includes the killer track Johnny Lee’s Original Boogie (Boogie Chillen).
Various - Down Home Blues: New York, Cincinnati & The North Eastern States: Tough Enough 4CD Boxset (CD)€45,00
• The definitive collection of blues music from New York City and the north-eastern region from the early 1940s to the early 1960s
• The third box set in Wienerworld’s Down Home Blues series that explores the unique regions of the black American blues scene
• Features 37 artists, many of whom were influential in developing the down home blues scene, including Brownie McGhee, Big Chief Ellis, Alonzo Scales, Cousin Leroy and others
• A four CD set, packaged in a deluxe digipak with an outer slip case, featuring 110 rare tracks, all digitally remastered, some of which have never been reissued since their original release
• Includes an 80 page book on the origins of the music and the blues scene in this region by eminent blues writer and scholar Chris Bentley, complete with essay, rare photos, tracklisting and full sessionography
The box set contains the down home blues of the territories of the North Eastern States that encompasses two important cities that certainly helped in the development and growth of this blues genre. Mainly from artists who were far more comfortable playing their music within the bars and out-of-town juke joints. The tough little venues that were quite different from the bigger rhythm and blues, jazz orchestrated venues that New York and Northeastern cities had established for those bigger sounds.
This is black American musicians, many with pre-war country blues roots which had evolved with an edge that didn’t have to come out of the Delta and migrate up to the Illinois or Michigan cites during and after the Second World War. Here, many hailed from Florida, Georgia, Alabama and The Carolinas. 110 performances from single solo artists who were lucky enough to get just one, sublime record release, up to the tight small combo groups of musicians whom all produced equally fine intense recordings.
Red River Dave - Authentic Hillbilly Ballads And Topical Songs – Volume One 1954-1976 (LP)€35,00
Notorious for his song ’California Hippie Murders!’ – a ghoulish, harrowing, yodeling retelling of the infamous (Charles Manson masterminded) Tate-LaBianca slayings – Red River Dave was a genuine cowboy singing star turned tabloid balladeer. While ’California Hippie Murders!’ might seem chilling and bizarre, within the body of ’Red River Dave’ McEnery epic saga songs (collected here for the very first time), it makes perfect sense.
The Moon landings, the kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst, the Vietnam conflict, the assassination of JFK, the murder of young Emmett Till and Korean War ’Manchurian Candidate’ brainwashing – all grist for the great Red River Dave Hillbilly song-mill.
Often cut within hours or days of the event and pressed as minuscule edition private 45s: the tall, flamboyant, ’Buffalo Bill’ bearded McEnery cut a dashing figure in his gold-sprayed cowboy boots and cracking lariat – as he hawked these handcrafted cuts from the boot of his steer-horned Cadillac.
Some sides presented here are so rare as to be near-mythical – you’ll hear Red River Dave wax about the death of Marilyn Monroe and the Bay of Pigs – in an eccentric and forgotten chronicle of the 20th century experience.
Reissued for the very first time: the fascinating, outrageous and heart-wrenching private-press 45s of Hillbilly poet laureate Red River Dave!Limited Edition Deluxe LP with exclusive scholarly liner notes by Alvin Lucia!Full Dynamic Range 2017 Remaster direct from the first generation analogue master tapes!