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Stray Cats - Live At Rockpalast 3LP Boxset (RSD, Coloured) (LP)
• 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
• TRI-FOLD SLEEVE
• 4 PAGE BOOKLET
• 2 LEGENDARY CONCERTS OF THESE ROCKA-BILLY LEGENDS ON 3 SLABS OF VINYL!
• LIMITED EDITION OF 4000 INDIVIDUALLY
NUMBERED COPIES ON SILVER COLOURED
The Stray Cats were born of the punk era, but it was evident from
their love of pure rock & roll that rockabilly would be their driving
force. Guitarist/vocalist Brian Setzer, Lee “Rocker” Drucker on
standup bass and Jim “Slim Jim Phanton” McDonald on drums
took their revivalist style to England from their native Long Island
and slowly set the world on fire.
Live At Rockpalast are recordings of two German live shows. The
album starts with their 1983 set from Loreley Open Air, which
was recorded just before the release of their third album Rant N’
Rave. The second set was recorded a few years before, in 1981
in Cologne. This release lets you hear exactly how the Stray Cats
established their reputation as a great live band.
The 3LP-set Live At Rockpalast is available as a Black Friday
Exclusive limited edition of 4000 individually numbered copies on
silver coloured vinyl.
Vaughan Stevie Ray - In the Beginning (LP)€23,00
’In the Beginning’ is the second live album by Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble. While the album was released about two years after Vaughan’s death in 1990, the actual performance took place on April 1, 1980 at Steamboat 1874 in Austin, Texas.
Batmobile - Big Bat A-Go-Go / Hammering (RSD) (7 single/EP)€15,00
This exclusive 7inch Record Store Day release contains two energetic tracks by Batmobile, but not as you might know them.
They’ve added some horns (the Bosco Horns), which gives their sound a totally different – but still recognizable – sound, this 7inch will be followed by a 10inch which is scheduled for later this year on MOV.
Available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on yellow coloured vinyl.
Guy Buddy - Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues (180 gram) (LP)€23,00
Very few artists have attempted, or succeeded, in improving the standard template for classic blues records set some 50 years ago in the golden age of Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf. Buddy Guy is one of those guys that had a big influence on the development of the blues during the centuries. Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues is the Grammy Award winning comeback album by the blues master, released in 1991.
Legendary musicians like Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Mark Knopfler all turn up on this album. This album put the spotlight back on Buddy Guy and deservedly so.
The Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues package includes an insert.
Simone Nina - Emergency Ward (180 gram, Limited, Coloured) (LP)€23,00
Emergency Ward! (1972) is Nina Simone’s statement on the Vietnam War, and by dealing with matters more spiritual than political, this album aptly reflect the events of the day. The entire first side consists of a 18-minute medley of George Harrison’s ”My Sweet Lord” and a poem by David Nelson called ”Today Is a Killer,” set to music by Simone. This is a very strong, gospel-like performance, sometimes resembling the Capitols’ ”Cool Jerk” with a call-and-response vocal arrangement – one of Simone’s finest moments. It was performed together with the Bethany Baptist Church Junior Choir of South Jamaica, New York. Side two consists of the Lennie Bleecherâ’s Jeremy Wind song ”Poppies” and George Harrison’s ”Isn’t It A Pity”. Tracks 1 and 3 were recorded november 18, 1971 at Fort Dix, and track 2 is recorded at the RCA Studio in New York City.
Emergency Ward! Is available as a limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies transparent red vinyl.
Speedmobile - Same 10″EP (10``LP)€20,00
Limited ten inch red vinyl pressing. What do you get if you take the frontman (singer/guitarist Jeroen Haamers) of Holland’s rockingest rock & roll – psychobilly band ever, Batmobile, and stick him in a room together with the rhythm section (drummer Bart Nederhand and bassist Bart Geevers) of Holland’s other rockinest rock & roll band ever, Peter Pan Speedrock? Yes indeed… Speedmobile!
What started out as a one-off, playing Motörhead classics at a Lemmy memorial show at the end of 2018, has turned into a full-time band with brand new material, ready to wreck 2020!
Various - Keeping The Faith 2 – 28 Modern Classics (2LP) (LP)€30,00
This second volume of Keeping The Faith continues where volume one left off. As we have discovered, the Northern Soul scene was originally fuelled by the sound of 1960’s American Soul.
The tracks on Keeping The Faith 2 concentrate on the period from the late sixties to the late seventies when the shift between traditional and modern soul was taking place. These tracks were released later than that classic mid1960s era from which the blueprint for the Northern Soul sound was first taken, but they emerged before disco introduced too much technology into the mix and the music removed itself completely from the influences of Motown, Stax and Atlantic soul. If you had to track down all the records on this compilation it would cost you hours and hours of endless crate digging, and serious amounts of cash to collect the tunes that we bring you here.
Keep The Faith!Keeping The Faith 2
/ 21 Modern Soul Classics is available as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on solid turquoise vinyl. The package includes an insert.
Guy Buddy - Heavy Love (2LP) (LP)€33,00
American blues musician Buddy Guy is an exponent of Chicago blues and influenced many prominent guitarists, including Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), Eric Clapton, and John Mayer.
His 1998 album Heavy Love is another one of his fine blues-rock records. Besides two songs of his own material he’s covering classics from Willie Dixon (“I Just Want to Make Love to You”). Tony Joe White (“Did Somebody Make a Fool Out of You”), ZZ Top (“I need you tonight”), and many more. It is more heavy compared to many of his other recordings, but he still finds his way back to the blues.
Heavy Love is available on vinyl for the first time.
White Tony Joe - Tony Joe (LP)€23,00
Tony Joe was the third studio album by Tony Joe White, released in 1970. It contained the singles ”High Sheriff of Calhoun Parrish” and ”Save Your Sugar For Me”.
A mixture of original recordings and covers, it featured White’s versions of ”Hard To Handle” made popular by Otis Redding and ”Boom Boom” by John Lee Hooker.
Batmobile - The 1987 Demos (Yellow, RSD) (7 single/EP)€13,00
First time on vinyl
Previously unreleased 1987 demos of Dutch psychobilly legends
RSD 2019 release includes RSD sticker
Limited edition of 1000 individual numbered copies on yellow vinyl, 500 in UK
The recordings on this single are 2 out of 4 songs Batmobile recorded in 1987 as a demo for the album Bail Was Set At $6,000,000 that was later released and now available on Music On Vinyl. The other 2 recordings from that demo, “Magic word called love” and “Kiss me now”, can be found as bonus tracks on the 2018 remastered re-release of that album (MOVLP2358). The demo was recorded on a Sony sound-on-sound recorder in the then rehearsal room, the parental attic of the Haamers family.
The 1987 Demos are available as a limited edition of 1000 individual numbered copies on yellow vinyl.
Boyd Eddie With Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac - 7936 South Rhodes (LP)€22,00
Blues pianist Eddie Boyd’s 7936 South Rhodes was recorded in London in January 1968 with three members of the early line-up of Fleetwood Mac: Peter Green (guitar), John McVie (bass), and Mick Fleetwood (drums). It’s a tantalizing setting for Boyd’s straight up Chicago piano Blues, going heavier on the slow-to-mid-tempo numbers than the high-spirited ones.
During the Sixties’ Blues revival, Boyd toured Europe with Buddy Guy’s band, and he toured and recorded with Fleetwood Mac and John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers. Tired of the racial discrimination he experienced in the United States, he first moved to Belgium where he recorded with Dutch Blues band Cuby & The Blizzards. Boyd died in 1994 in Helsinki, Finland, just a few months before Eric Clapton released the chart-topping blues album, From The Cradle that included Boyd’s “Five Long Years” and “Third Degree”.
Fleetwood Mac, Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Shakey Horton, J.T. Brown, Guitar Buddy, Honey Boy Edwards, S.P. Leary - Blues Jam In Chicago Vols 1 & 2 (2LP) (LP)€35,00
This was the result of a recording session with Fleetwood Mac in early 1969 at Chess Records in Chicago, home to Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, amongst others. Then a young British blues band, Peter Green, John McVie, guitarists Danny Kirwan and Jeremy Spencer and Mick Fleetwood jammed with a number of famous Chicago Blues artists from whom they drew inspiration. Since the Peter Green-led Fleetwood Mac was so directly influenced by Chicago blues, the session acts as a kind of stylistic homecoming for the band.
The following Windy City Blues legends were present at this single-day session: Otis Spann, David ’Honeyboy’ Edwards, Buddy Guy, Walter ’Shakey’ Horton, J. T. Brown, Willie Dixon and S.P. Leary. Willie Dixon oversaw the proceedings, and can be heard during the between song banter giving directions and chastising Walter ’Shakey’ Horton for missing his cues.
Originally released in two volumes, they have been combined into one powerful package.
Guy Buddy - Sweet Tea 2LP (180 gram) (LP)€29,00
On Sweet Tea, Buddy Guy looks to the same source for inspiration; seven of the nine songs here are written by Fat Possum’s hill-country blues roster, including T-Model Ford and Junior Kimbrough.
Working with producer Dennis Herring (Counting Crows, Jars of Clay) and a small collective of Mississippi-based musicians, Guy sings with a passion that can only come from the same source as the songs. Grammy nominated Sweet Tea is now finally available on vinyl for the first time.
This 2LP gatefold package includes an insert.
Johnson Robert - King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. II (LP)€25,00
The story of influential blues musician Robert Leroy Johnson is the stuff of music legend. Stories go that as a young man in rural Mississippi he became part of a Faustian pact with The Devil to become a blues musician. Whether the tale was true or not does not take away from the immense legacy Johnson brought with him. Even though his recordings were released more than a decade and a half before the inception of rock and roll music, they provided a solid blueprint for the genre, as well as guitar techniques that were revolutionary at the time.
The music world rediscovered Robert Johnson in 1961, with the release of King Of The Delta Blues Singers, which kickstarted the blues rock movement, and was considered a badge of coolness at the time. Nine years later, as blues-inspired artists like Led Zeppelin and Eric Clapton were riding high, Columbia Records decided the time was right to release a second volume of King Of The Delta Blues Singers. Like its predecessor, the songs on volume two were recorded in the span of 1936 and 1937, and consisted primarily of Vocalion Records master recordings, but with the addition of five previously unreleased tracks and alternate takes. Though the follow-up was not as popular or influential as the first, it was still a critical smash, containing the blues standards ”Sweet Home Chicago” and ”Love In Vain”, and has been listed by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the 500 Greatest Albums of all time.
Johnson Robert - King Of The Delta Blues Singers (LP)€25,00
Robert Johnson (1911-38) was the most mysterious and influential of all the Delta bluesmen. Bob Dylan once said that ”it felt like a ghost had come into the room, a fearsome apparition” when he first heard the LP ’King of the Delta Blues Singers’ in 1961. Robert Johnson’s intense guitar playing combined with his haunting voice and stark, elemental songs created something utterly compelling. This reissue of ’King of the Delta Blues Singers’ contains 16 stunning tracks recorded by Don Law for VOCALION in a San Antonio hotel room in November 1936 and Dallas in June 1937.
These momentous recordings should be a cornerstone of any blues collection along with Volume II.
Guy Buddy - Blues Singer 2LP (LP)€37,00
Limited double 180gm audiophile vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket.
The album is all acoustic and dedicated to John Lee Hooker with the line, ’In Memory of John Lee Hooker. You are missed’. Not known for his acoustic work, Buddy Guy unplugs for a rare album-length excursion into folk blues. The guitarist gets down and dirty with 12 tracks that sound like they were recorded after hours in his living room or on his back porch. Guy’s stinging leads are still evident as is his emotive voice, but both are less flamboyant in the unplugged setting.
Accompanied by spare stand-up bass and brushed drums, Guy sounds nearly possessed on covers from Skip James (’Hard Time Killing Floor’), Johnny Shines (’Moanin’ and Groanin’), Son House (’Louise McGhee’), and John Lee Hooker (’Sally Mae’) among others. It’s a low-key, low-down affair made for late nights, rainy days and the saddest of moods. Guy is just as convincing here, arguably more so, as on his barnstorming electric albums, making Blues Singer one of the bravest and most poignant albums in his catalog. The album earned Guy the 2004 Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album.