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Corritone Bob & Friends - Spider In My Stew (CD)€20,00
Harmonica Ace Bob Corritore throws some wild blues parties and you are invited to enjoy his latest. SPIDER IN MY STEW continues Bob’s musical adventures with a fresh batch of 14 new selections featuring some of the greatest artists in the blues today! Amazing vocals, killer bands, memorable songs, passionate performances, and Bob’s exquisite harp! With Special Guests: Sugaray Rayford, Lurrie Bell, John Primer, Alabama Mike, Diunna Greenleaf, Francine Reed, Johnny Rawls, Oscar Wilson, Willie Buch, Bill & Shy Perry, Bob Stroger, Bob Margolin, Junior Watson, Kid Ramos, Johnny Main, Jimi ’Primetime’ Smith, Adrianna Marie, L.A. Jones, Fred Kaplan, Doug James, and more!
Reed Jimmy - Mr. Luck: The Complete Vee-Jay Singles (3CD Boxset) (CD)€35,00
Jimmy Reed’s lazy drawl, high harmonica sound, and tightly constructed blues songs are part of the bedrock of American roots music. For a decade in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was the most popular blues artist in America, crossing over to the pop charts with songs like ’Big Boss Man’ and ’Baby What You Want Me to Do.’ Blues, country and R&B artists, including Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Etta James and Elvis Presley, have covered his compositions. Here are his complete Vee Jay singles-his defining body of work-newly remastered with notes from Grammy-winning blues producer Scott Billington.
King Freddie - Blues Journey (Digipack) 3CD (CD)€40,00
Deluxe 3 CD Digipak. Over 30 tracks. Over 3 hours of prime Freddie King in concert from the ’70s. I was interested in the white rock ’n’ rollers until I heard Freddie King – and then I was over the moon. I knew that was where I belonged – finally. That was serious, proper guitar playing and I haven’t changed my mind ever since. I still listen to him and I get the same boost now that I did then.’ Eric Clapton. In a 1985 interview, Eric Clapton cited Freddy King’s 1961 B side I Love the Woman as the first time I heard that electric lead-guitar style, with the bent notes’ [it] started me on my path. Clapton shared his love of King with fellow British guitar heroes Peter Green, Jeff Beck and Mick Taylor, all of whom were profoundly influenced by King’s sharpened-treble tone and curt melodic hooks on iconic singles such as The Stumble, I’m Tore Down and Someday, After Awhile. Nicknamed The Texas Cannonball for his imposing build and incendiary live shows, King had a unique guitar attack. Steel on steel is an unforgettable sound, says Derek Trucks, referring to King’s use of metal banjo picks. But it’s gotta be in the right hands. The way he used it ’ man, you were going to hear that guitar. Trucks can still hear King’s huge impact on Clapton. When I played with Eric, Trucks said recently, there were times when he would take solos and I would get that Freddy vibe.’ King’s blues style was fluid, but with biting power that was arguably more forceful than that of many other bluesmen of his day. King used thumb and finger picks and would just dig into his Gibson 355 ’ hung precariously over just his right shoulder ’ creating what are now classic, deeply influential and riveting solos.
Charlotta Curves & Helge Tallqvist Band - Voodoo Woman (CD)€18,00
Voodoo Woman sisältää vahvalla groovella soitettua blues/soul/funky -henkisiä biisejä. Kymmenestä biisistä yhdeksän on omaa tuotantoa, Tomi Leinon ja Charlotta Curvesin käsialaa. Äänitetty Tomi Leinon kuuluisassa analogisessa Suprovox studiossa. Soundi on sen myötä mehukas putkisoundi. Levyn tuottajana on Tomi Leino. Charlotta Curvesin yhdessä Helge Tallqvist Bandin kanssa luoma musiikki on rehellistä, vahvaa groovea ja sydäntä koskettavaa – se saa sielusi tanssimaan!
Smith "Harmonica" George - …Of The Blues (CD)€18,00
George’s 1969 album recorded for Bluesway Records and first time on CD The album features harpist Rod Piazza Smith had joined Muddy Waters’ band in 1954 and also worked with Otis Rush in that period. He toured with luminaries such as Little Willie John and Champion Jack Dupree, and also recorded for various labels Sadly, Smith died at the young age of 59 in 1983
Digitally remastered and slipcased
Memphis Jug Band - Collection 1927-34 (3CD) (CD)€15,00
The Memphis Jug Band are generally primarily associated with the blues, but in truth they were a more broad-based musical agglomeration, whose music was designed to be danceable, humorous and out-and out entertaining. Their line-up varied across the years, but the essential jug band sound and instrumentation of guitar, jug, kazoo, harmonica, and occasional banjo, mandolin, washboard and woodblocks, remained at the core of their sound, which has provided a template for skiffle groups and modern jug bands ever since, with many of their songs also still being performed by such bands. This great-value 72-track 3-CD set comprises most of their recordings for Victor and Okeh during this era, including recordings as The Memphis Sheikhs and The Carolina Peanut Boys. It features some of those jug band classics which have passed into later bands’ repertoires, including ”He’s In The Jailhouse Now”, ”Move That Thing”, ”On The Road Again”, and ”Bottle It Up And Go”. It’s a comprehensive overview of their career, and a highly entertaining showcase for their rough-edged but finely-honed skill as entertainers.
New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers - Vol. 2 (CD)€20,00
Charlie Musselwhite, Jimbo Mathus, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Jim Dickinson, Luther Dickinson, Cody Dickinson are the New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers
The New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers return with ’Volume 2’ from the famous sessions that produced last year’s Top 20 Billboard and Top 10 Living Blues album Volume 1. ’NMJRFR, Volume 1 lays out a musical feast at which we relish every course. By the end, we want more, of course.’ Henry I. Carrigan Jr. For Living Blues ’In true rock-and-roll tradition, NMJRFRs were born in the back of a tour bus, and they’re everything their name implies: Raucous, rattly, raw, and magnificently loose… a group of road-tested wanderers turned loose for a rip on what they dubbed a potluck session.’ Grant Britt for No Depression This album crosses the generations of new Blues-Rockers and Classic Blues Statesmen. It is a testament to the great experience and talent of these esteemed performers that they could casually conjure a recording of this quality out of the ether in a casual jam session – sounding as if you are right there in the room with them with between-song banter and commentary, the classic structures of the Blues, being pulled together and teased apart by some of the most award-decorated members of the Blues Elite.
Giddens Rhiannon - They’re Calling Me Home (CD)€15,00
Rhiannon Giddens’ They’re Calling Me Home was recorded with Italian multi-instrumentalist Francesco Turris. Giddens and Turrisi, who both live in Ireland when they aren’t on tour, have been there since March 2020 due to the pandemic. The two expats found themselves drawn to the music of their native and adoptive countries of America, Italy, and Ireland during lockdown. Exploring the emotions brought up by the moment, Giddens and Turrisi decamped to Hellfire, a small studio on a working farm outside of Dublin, to record these songs over six days. The result is They’re Calling Me Home, a twelve-track album that speaks of the longing for the comfort of home as well as the metaphorical ”call home” of death, which has been a tragic reality for so many during the COVID-19 crisis.
Black Keys - Delta Kream (CD)€20,00
ROCK-DUO THE BLACK KEYS JULKAISEE UUDEN BLUES ALBUMIN 14.05.2021
Teimme tämän levyn kunnianosoituksena Mississippi hill country blues -perinteelle, joka innoitti meitä aloittamaan. Nämä kappaleet ovat meille tänäkin päivänä yhtä tärkeitä kuin ne olivat silloin, kun Pat ja minä aloimme soittaa yhdessä ja tartuimme instrumentteihin ensimmäisen kerran. Se oli hyvin inspiroiva sessio yhdessä Patin, minun, Kenny Brownin sekä Eric Deatonin kanssa, kun soitimme ringissä yhdessä näitä kappaleita. Se tuntui niin luonnolliselta.” – Yhtyeen vokalisti Dan Auerbach kertoo albumista.
Finley Robert - Sharecropper’s Son (CD)€18,00
Finley’s next album Sharecropper’s Son is produced by Auerbach and released on his label, Easy Eye Sound.
Souled Out On You is the album’s first single, released March 5. The song is “the story of a relationship that’s ending,” Finley explains, adding, “It’s about someone who takes on everything in the relationship. All the good and the bad and even after all of that, they notice that it just isn’t going to work out and the relationship has run its course. I took all I could take and I’m starting my life over.”
Barrelhouse Chuck & Kim Wilson's Blues All-Stars - Driftin’ From Town To Town (CD)€20,00
2013 collaboration between the Blues greats. On this disc, Barrelhouse Chuck and Kim Wilson (Fabulous Thunderbirds) continue building their strong musical bond with one another and show why they are the premier Chicago blues artists. With the help of veterans, and stars in their own right, Larry Taylor, Richard Inness, Billy Flynn, Jeremy Johnson, and Sax Gordon, this disc is absolutely must listening for experienced and new listeners of Chicago blues.
Various - Beware of the Sleepwalking Woman (Koko-Mojo Original series) # 26 (CD)€15,00
The good folks at England’s Koko Mojo Records have assembled the kind of compilation that is almost too delicious for words. Only killer no filler compilation by Little Victor, remastering by Black Shack Recordings, Calw, Germany.
Various - Boss Black Rockers Vol 10 : Eeny Meeny Minie Moe (CD)€15,00
Kymmenes ja viimeinen osa! PARASTA sarjaa ikinä.
The incomparable DJ ”Mojo” Man (a.k.a. Little Victor) presents the 10th and final volume of this interesting and very successful series focused on the originators of rock and roll and the very first ”rockers” so to speak, African American artists. This CD sounds like an upgraded and improved modern-day version of the legendary STOMPIN’ and many similar ”unofficial” albums that first made the World aware of so many great forgotten obscure tracks nowadays regarded as ”classic” of the genre. The artwork is simply fantastic and the back of the CD (like all the compilations by the ”Mojo” Man) mentions the original label and catalogue number, so it’s easy for a record collector to score an original copy. Once again too many good songs to mention here. This collection features 28 tracks even if it’s hard for any human mind to remember more than 20 or 24 songs by different artists. It’s really a ”Super Big Gulp” of a record diabolically designed to quench any thirst of any size – even if in real life a ”Big Gulp” drink usually gets flat and warm before you can finish it and the ice already starts melting while you are sipping half-way thru it. It’s another ”All Fine Frame – No Parts Lame” CD but the highlights of this volumes are probably the rare rockin’ version of ”Bloodshot Eyes” that Wynonie Harris re-recorded for Roulette, ”Teenage Party” by Sonny Knight, a black version of ”Raunchy” by Ernie Freeman and the original recording of the Little Richard-style number ”Messing With The Kid” by Junior Wells on Chief Records. Junior is mostly regarded as a bluesman nowadays but he recorded songs in many different styles during his long career. This was his contribution to the rock and roll craze of the late 1950s. Wells recorded this number many times in a more “bluesy” vein and the song is considered a blues standard today.
Cobb Danny - My Isabella (CD)€13,00
The First ever solely Danny Cobb album.
This album is presented in a top quality laminated card wallet with a 16 page booklet. A full discography covering all 19 recordings.
The booklet also included 30 photos of original record labels and various advertising of Danny Cobb work. The Cover features a fantastic artist impression of Danny Cobb by Berto Martinez of Spain.
A TOP Quality album of all Danny Cobbs recordings made under his own name on the record labels.
Lonesome Sundown - Mojo Man – The complete 1956-1962 Excello Singles (CD)€15,00
The Sound Of The Swamp. Commencing his musical career in 1955 as a guitarist with Clifton Cheniers Zodico Ramblers, Cornelius Green a.k.a. Lonesome Sundown is remembered as one of Louisianas most versatile axemen and a true architect of ’the sound of the swamp.’
Along with Slim Harpo, Lightnin’ Slim, Lazy Lester and Silas Hogan, Sundown was one of the blues champions that graced J.D. Millers stable between the Fifties and Sixties. However, unlike some of the one-dimensional artists Miller recorded, Sundown could adapt to several musical styles, including blues, soul, pop, country, and rock and roll.
Magic Sam - Live (CD)€18,00
BACK IN STOCK!!
Live at Ann Arbor and In Chicago does not have the greatest sound. This fact would be admitted by anyone. Any concert taped by a tape recorder can only be remastered so much, if at all. So understand that the sound on this recording is not the best.
But when you consider that Magic Sam Maghett was one of the great blues guitarists ever, that he has influenced every generation of blues musicians since his arrival on the scene, and when you remember that when he died in 1969 at the age of 32 with only two recorded albums, you should be willing to give a little to get a whole lot back.
And these recording do give a lot. They show the Magic Sam we know and love from West Side Soul and Black Magic, the skilled guitarist, the compelling, pleading voice, and gifted songwriter. But they also show a Sam Maghett we would encounter only a live show – a master showman who knew how to engage his audience, a performer who might show up to a gig without a guitar or a band, but who could dig up a guitar and a band, and sound as if they had rehearsed for days.
This live recording is a valuable document for all blues and Magic Sam lovers. Don’t miss out because of understandable imperfections.
Howlin´ Wolf - Moanin` In The Moonlight + 4 bonus (180 gram) + CD (w/15 bonus tracks) (CD, LP)€22,00
Yksi kovimmista albumeista!
1959s Moanin’ in the Moonlight was Howlin’ Wolf’s first long-playing album for the Chicago-based Chess label. It was a compilation of previously released singles spanning an eight year period (from 1951-1958), beginning with his first single1951s How Many More Years b/w Moanin At Midnightwhich immediately shot to the top of the R&B charts, all the way through to 1958s Moanin for My Baby. During the 1950s, the Wolf had two more top 10 hits, Smokestack Lightnin (perhaps his single most influential song) and I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline), also featured here.
White Tony Joe - …Continued (CD)€10,00
The term Swamp Rock was invented for albums like this. ‘…Continued’ is Tony Joe White’s second album released in 1969. Tony Joe White not only possesses an original, strong, intoxicating voice, he’s a blistering singer-songwriter and musician with one foot in the blues and the other in the swamp, laying out one luscious number after another that will reach out and knock you over. Tony Joe White is a musician with an enormous fanbase among musicians of many different genres. This album features the single “Roosevelt And Ira Lee” and his evergreen “Rainy Night In Georgia”, one of the most covered songs ever (a.o. by Ray Charles, Otis Rush, Randy Crawford, John Holt, The Gladiators). Including two bonus tracks.