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Blind Boys Of Alabama feat. Bela Fleck - I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free / See By Faith (RSD)€10,00
The Blind Boys of Alabama are among the most premier artists of the gospel world. Bela Fleck is among the most premier artists of the bluegrass world. Together, they have earned 20 Grammy Awards and scores of other accolades. For RSD Drops 2021, The Blind Boys of Alabama and Bela Fleck have joined together for a special 7″ 45RPM vinyl release.
On the A-side, they cover ”I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free”, the Billy Taylor and Dick Dallas classic made famous by Nina Simone. The song continues to be an anthem for the Civil Rights Movement. On the B-side, the Blind Boys bring ”See By Faith” to a physical format for the first time. A bonus track to their acclaimed LP, Almost Home, ”See By Faith” is a previously unreleased Bob Dylan-penned track.
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.
Heartsman Johnny - Hot House Party EP (7 single/EP)€10,00
Looks at two West Coast-based and two little-known guitarists whose main employment was in the studio. Texan, Johnny Heartsman aka The Rhythm Rocker is featured with a Popcorn tune, and his double-sided instrumental hit with background interaction from the vocal group The Gaylarks. San Francisco Bay Area -bred Eugene Blacknell and His Savonics rare Guitar and Saxophone instrumental is ear-catching and groovy and additional a collector’s must-have. The EP is compiled by musician and artist Sven Uhrmann. 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. 4 track 7inch EP, 45rpm, 350g PS, inside out print,
STRICTLY limited to 500 copies
Craig Shaw & the Excellos - Jump Back / Step It Up (7 single/EP)€10,00
Woohooo, I guess there is not much to say about Craig Shaw & the Excellos. This band nearly smashed every stage at every Festival, Weekender or alldayer.
Rockin’ Blues with a solid dash of early 60’s Rock’n’Roll, that’s the sound Craig Shw & the Excellos are all about. Really not much to say… simply one of the best bands
is back..straight in your face with a stunning AA-Sider 45′. If you liked all their previous releases you will love this one for sure, because the band made a big step forward
and will bang your speakers with their most compact rockin’ sound ever… expect the unexpected…a top notch release as Steve Stack-of-Wax said at his Radio Show.
Sunnyland Slim (Feat. Little Walter & Muddy Waters) - I Want My Baby / Blue Baby (7 single/EP)€13,00
Originally released in 1949 on the ultra-rare Tempo-Tone 78, this Chicago blues twin spin makes its first ever appearance on 45 rpm 7” vinyl. This special collector’s edition comes in blue vinyl, with reproduction label and period styled sleeve individually numbered 001 – 300.
Recorded at Universal Recording studio, Chicago, Illinois 14th May 1949:
• Little Walter (lead vocals and harmonica)
• Sunnyland Slim (piano and backing vocals on ’I want My Baby’)
• Muddy Waters (guitar and backing vocals on ’I want My Baby’)
• Leroy Foster (guitar / member of the Muddy Waters band)
• Elga Edmonds (drums / member of the Muddy Waters band)
BLUE BABY (Little Walter) – classic Chicago blues stomper (vocals & harmonica Little Walter)
I WANT MY BABY (Little Walter) – hard rockin’ blues bopper (vocals & harmonica Little Walter)
• first ever 45 rpm pressing of the ultra-rare Tempo-Tone 78
• special limited edition (individually numbered 001 – 300)
• stunning period styled sleeve
• blue vinyl
El Pavoni & The Moonshine Tones - Moonshine Train EP (7 single/EP)€10,00
A new rockin’ blues trio from Portugal-Spain who are influenced by the legendary Chicago blues musicians such as Little Walter, Muddy Waters & Little Milton to name a few
You have in your hands their first release, four tracks that include the pounding harmonica-guitar blues bopper Moonshine Train that will fill every dancefloor when played by the DJs, Veno’ Blues the hard driving, gritty guitar stroller is also destined for the dancefloor with the ladies, then we slow down the pace a little with Run To Run and finishing off with Sweet Green Eyes a ultra cool slow burner, ideal for those late nights of drinking whiskey and spending time together .
With Ruben El Pavoni on vocals, bass and harmonica, Pedro Teixeira on lead guitar and Jesus Lopez on drums, lookout for this hot rockin’ blues trio playing at a club near you soon
DJ Steve Stack Of Wax – England
Broadkasters - A Fool No More / Baby Treat Me Right (7 single/EP)€12,00
Finally we have in stock the first ever 45rpm by the fantastic band The Broadkasters. This band play a wide selection of great Blues influenced tracks and being led by the brilliant Rob Glazebrook. The Broadkasters have been around for some years now
Arnold Billy Boy - I Wish You Would EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
Handsome William ”Billy Boy” Arnold, a Windy City native, was blessed with harmonica tuition as a child by a neighbour who happened to be none other than legendary Sonny Boy Williamson the first.
He made his recording debut on Cool Records at the tender age of 16, but his recent sides for the Vee Jay label, as featured here, prove that he has mastered the art of the rockin’ blues.
Washboard Sam - Diggin’ My Potatoes EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
”Robert Brown was born in Arkansas in 1910 and tried out various nicknames before ”Washboard Sam” stuck to him in the 1930s when he moved to Chicago.
A veteran blues recording artist for Vocalion and Bluebird through the ’30s and ’40s he has now come out of retirement to record these four super tracks for Chess Records with his half-brother Big Bill Broonzy, boasting an update of his big hit ”Diggin’ My Potatoes”
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Ride & Roll EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
Georgia-born blind harp-player Saunders Terrell (AKA Sonny Terry) joined forces with Walter ”Brownie” McGhee from Tennessee in the early 1940s and their successful partnership has been entertaining fans of real blues ever since. Although they are known for playing traditional blues they are also adept at performing in a more modern style as these recent recordings for Savoy and Groove are testiment.
Lightnin´ Hopkins - Had A Gal Called Sal EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
Texan Sam Hopkins began performing with the legendary Blind Lemon Jefferson in the late 1920s, but had to wait for two decades before the Aladdin record business knocked at his door to record the duo of Thunder & Lightnin’. A supremely rhythmic guitar player with a whiskey-soaked voice, Lightnin’s recent waxings for New York’s Herald label have been well received by the rock ’n’ roll crowd.
Little Walter - Evan’s Shuffle EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
Louisiana-born Marion ”Little Walter” Jacobs arrived in the Windy City in 1945 and swiftly made a name for himself as an innovator of the amplified harrmonica in order to compete with the electric blues guitar.
His allegiance with the Muddy Waters gang has now drawn him to the attention of the Chess brothers, who are impressed by his powerful singing voice as well as that devastating mouth harp!
Little Johnny Jones - Hoy Hoy EP (7 single/EP)€8,00
Born in Jackson, Mississipi, in 1924, Little Johnny relocated to Chicago twenty years later to take his place among the great blues piano players with the help of the well-known Tampa Red and his cousin, Otis Spann.
His spell with slide-master Tampa Red led him to team up with Elmore James’ combo in 1952 and it is Elmore and his musicians who accompany Johnny on his versions of these classics recorded for the Flair and Atlantic recording companies”