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  • Presley Elvis - King Creole 2CD (Classic Albums Serie) (Käytetty CD)


    FTD’s “Classic Album” series continues with “King Creole”.

    This 2-CD set features the original RCA masters, unique Thorne Nogar live monitor mixes* many of which contain slates, and original song demos.

    It features a 16-page booklet  featuring great photos, behind-the-scenes chronology and memorabilia.

    Elviksen parhaan elokuvan soundtrack bonuksien kera. FTD classic album sarjassa!

    Elvis Presley – vocals, acoustic guitar
    The Jordanaires – backing vocals
    Scotty Moore – electric guitar
    Tiny Timbrell – acoustic guitar
    Bill Black – electric bass
    Neal Matthews – double bass
    Dudley Brooks – piano
    D.J. Fontana – drums
    Bernie Mattinson – percussion
    Kitty White – vocals on ”Crawfish”
    Gordon Stoker – bongos
    Hoyt Hawkins – cymbals
    Ray Siegel – double bass, tuba
    Mahlon Clark – clarinet
    John Edward (Teddy) Buckner – trumpet
    Justin Gordon – saxophone
    Elmer Schneider – trombone
    Warren Smith – trombone

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  • Hutto J.B. & His Hawks - Hawk Squat (LP)


    1968 recording by JB Hutto, a passionate, declamatory vocalist and inheritor of the Elmore James bottleneck guitar style whose primal, rough and ready performances could be heard at Chicago s Turner s Lounge at the time.

    Sunnyland Slim guests on piano and organ alongside JB s backing band the Hawks.

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  • 20th Flight Rockers - Hi-Five! (Käytetty CD)


    Uusi 5 biisin minialbumi! Rajoitettu sadan (100) kappaleen painos!!!!

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  • Scott Jack - Way To Survive (Käytetty CD)



    It’s been a long time coming, but now it’s here! The new Jack Scott album ”Way to Survive” will be released on October 9th, 2015. The album consists of twelve country and rock ’n’ roll songs carefully selected by Jack himself and the Bluelight Records production team. Jack Scott recorded ”Way to Survive” in Finland with the same dream team responsible for the highly acclaimed Hayden Thompson and Mac Curtis albums.

    When Jack Scott first appeared on the rock ’n’ roll scene in the late 1950’s he immediately demonstrated a highly individual and powerful style. His first recordings with a snarling rockabilly attitude in 1957 exhibited a profound country rock synthesis and soon after he hit the charts with the tremendous ballad ”My True Love”. Jack Scott’s principal pop success came with strong ballads like ”What In the World’s Come Over You” and ”Burning Bridges” which were massive hits on both sides of the Atlantic in 1960. It was his ballads that marked Jack Scott’s unique contribution to rock ’n’ roll. They were the slowest, heaviest and gutsiest of the era.

    Born Giovanni Scafone on January 24th 1936 in Windsor, Ontario, Jack Scott signed a recording deal at the age of 21 in 1957 and over the next five years he scored 19 hit singles. Double A-sided single from 1958, ”My True Love” / ”Leroy”, became his first million-seller, with one song peaking at number three and the other at number 11 on the Billboard pop chart. It also became a Top Ten hit in England.

    The biggest follow-ups were ”Goodbye Baby” (1959 #8), ”What In the World’s Come Over You” (1960 #5) and ”Burning Bridges” (1960 #3). One of the most well-known songs of Jack Scott, “The Way I Walk”, was a minor hit for Jack himself but it became a punk rock anthem and was covered in the 1970’s by Robert Gordon and in the 1980’s by The Cramps and was featured in the movie Natural Born Killers.

    Jack Scott sounded tough, like someone you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley. Still today Jack Scott continues to vacillate between a cowboy crooner and a rough-edged rocker and he occasionally appears on the rockabilly circuit, still looking and sounding like a man you seriously don’t want to mess with.

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  • Whitey Morgan And The 78`s - Born, Raised & Live From The Flint (CD)


    Recorded Live at The Mashine Shop on November 25th, 2011.

    Superb, old school honky tonk country album in the tradition, Of Ray Wylie Hubbard, D.A. Coe, Waylon,Willie and Jerry Jeff!

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  • Ortega Lindi - Faded Gloryville (LP)


    ’Faded Gloryville isn’t just about music, it’s about anything that brings you down, whether it’s dreams not coming true or relationships not working out, and it’s message is this: you can go to a place where you’re feeling really down about things, but it’s what you do afterwards – do you decide to reside there forever, or do you leave and make the situation better – that matters. You have to travel through Faded Gloryville to get to paradise.’

    -Lindi Ortega

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  • Banane Metalik - Requiem De La Depravatio (Silver) (Käytetty LP/12)


    Uusintapainos. Harvinainen albumi jo tämäkin. Including innersleeve

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  • Neilson Tami - Dynamite! (LP)


    With a soulful voice straight from the golden age of country and rockabilly music, Tami Neilson has been described as ”A red-hot honky-tonker, somewhere between Patsy Cline and Wanda Jackson with perhaps just a little bit of Peggy Lee sophistication. ” (-Nick Bollinger, NZ National Radio). Singing her heart out along endless roads and stages, from her days as a young girl in Canada touring with the Neilson Family band, opening for the likes of Johnny Cash, to her full blossoming in New Zealand as a formidable talent in her own right, Tami Neilson has won the Tui Award (New Zealand Grammy) for each of her past four albums. Tami has been awarded the APRA Silver Scroll, New Zealand’s most prestigious music award for excellence in songwriting, for her song ”Walk (Back To Your Arms)”. The award was previously won by Lorde for Royals. Dynamite! Reached #1 on the NZ Music Charts, iTunes Country Charts and the New Zealand Independent Music Chart. Tami is thrilled to finally have the album come out in her home country: ”I am over the moon to finally have my album released where my life and my music originated, the home where my heart is constantly pulled like a magnet, even from the other side of the world. I’ve been hugely blessed to have New Zealand embrace my music and regard it with enough merit to include me among their esteemed musicians, but, have always hoped that someday I’d be heard by the people and the country who made me and shaped me and gave me the confidence to fly in the first place”

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  • Diddley Bo - Have Guitar, Will Travel (180 gram) (LP)


    Vinyl LP repressing.

    Good Lord. Bo Diddley came out with all guns blazing on his floor-rattling romp from 1960, Have Guitar Will Travel. The LP would become a blueprint for SO much great rock ’n’ roll that followed: The Stones covered ”Mona” in 1965, the Masters Apprentices walloped ”Dancing Girl,” the Downliners Sect blasted through ”Nursery Rhyme,” and ”Cops and Robbers” even named one of the baddest mid-’60s UK R&B combos ever! Really… Who in the hell wouldn’t be inspired by hearing this opus that followed on the heels of Bo’s devastating first two albums? Have Guitar Will Travel was packed with the same badass guitar, bolder-than-bold vocals, and trademark Diddley beat that had already made Bo a stone legend and man-among-men.

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  • Various - Rockabilly Rebels Volume 1 (180 gram,Ltd, Yellow) (LP)


    Limited Edition numbered 180 gram yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. As every knows, Sun Records recorded the first Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins records. What many people don’t realize is that Sun Records created an entirely new genre of music, ”Rockabilly.” Rockabilly became the major evolution in the Sun sound. Lyrically it was bold; musically it was sparse; but it moved. In the 1950’s, Country music rarely used drums that were so vital to Jazz, Blues and jump bands. In fact, drums were prohibited on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. However, Rockabilly drums played an essential role in driving teens across the nation to become enamored with the Rockabilly movement and the revolutionary Sun sound. Inherent in the music of Sun is a vibrancy that survives to this day. Sincere, passionate music. Music that has stood the test of time. It is music that has reached across race, age and gender boundaries. It reflects the diversity and vision of it’s founder, Sam Phillips and the talent that recorded on the Sun label that helped shape American culture. Rockabilly Rebels is a limited numbered edition vinyl album compilation of Sun Rockabilly classics as well as more obscure tracks. One thing is for sure; classic or obscure… these songs rock!!

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  • Cramps - Memphis Poseurs – The 1977 Demos (LP)


    We got a few copies of this unofficial but classic Cramps LP of the legendary 1977 demos !….Should be in everyone’s collection.

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  • Cochran Wayne - Same (180 gram, Gatefold) (LP)


    Signed by Chess, Cochran and the Riders released their first LP in 1967. Produced by Abner Spector with sessions at Miami’s Criteria Studios and Muscle Shoals’ Fame Studios, the cleverly-titled ”Wayne Cochran” offered up a mix of popular R&B and soul songs which apparently served as a reflection of the group’s live act. To be honest, if you were looking for something original and ground breaking, this wasn’t the place to start. While Cochran’s performances were quite energetic (having one of the era’s tightest backing bands certainly didn’t hurt), none of the twelve arrangements strayed far from the originals. I’m guessing that most of the things that supposedly made these guys such a killer live act simply couldn’t be replicated on vinyl – not to imply that the collection was bad. It wasn’t. Individually most of the songs were quite good, but it you were familiar with the originals, stripped of Cochran’s in-concert craziness, they simply couldn’t compete.

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  • Wells Junior - Cut That Out – 1953-1963 Sides (180 gram) (LP)



    A mercurial master of the blues, Junior Wells was considered the direct musical descendant of harmonica giants ”Sonny Boy” Williamson and Little Walter.

    Wells’ piercing harmonica sound and soul–drenched vocals helped define the classic post–war Chicago blues. He also played and recorded with Muddy Waters, Earl Hooker, Buddy Guy, Bonnie Raitt and The Rolling Stones.

    This quintessential collector’s edition contains 18 remastered studio tracks, consisting of a selection of the sensational early sides Junior Wells made (accompanied by such masters as Muddy Waters, Syl Johnson, Earl Hooker, Willie Dixon, and Otis Spann) for different independent labels, like Profile, Chief and USA Records, between 1953 and 1963. Included here are his most famous and enduring singles: ”Messin’ with the Kid”, ”Come on in This House”, ”Hoodoo Man,” and ”It Hurts Me Too,” among others.

    This is an indispensable set for any fan of Chicago Blues.

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  • Outlaws - Los Angeles 1976 (Ltd) (LP)


    A vintage live recording by the band that merged Southern Rock with Traditional Country to create a sound all their own Outlaws!

    Features the triple guitar assault of Hughie Thomasson (later of Lynyrd Skynyrd) Henry Paul (later of Blackhawk) & Billy Jones playing live for a thrilled crowd at the very height of the band’s popularity! 

    Includes spectacular 14-minute performance of the epic ”Green Grass & High Tides” plus ”There Goes Another Love Song,” ”Knoxville Girl” and more! 
    Available in a limited edition reverse board jacket for LP!
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  • Howlin` Wolf - Second Album aka Rockin` Chair + 2 Bonus Tracks (180 gram) (LP)


    Howlin’ Wolf was one of the greatest characters and most electrifying performers in blues history. He was an imposing presence, blessed with a thunderous voice, enormous physical strength, and a pair of lungs that would not quit. Wolf didn’t just startle audiences, he menaced them into submission. In addition to his powerful voice, he was also an accomplished harmonica player. Wolf was one of the first artists to figure out how to make thoroughly modern experimental music by emphasizing the most primitive elements of its ancestral roots. This quintessential collector’s release contains Wolf’s eponymous second album for Chess Records, Howlin’ Wolf (1962) – one of the all-time cornerstones of the Chicago Blues. The so-called “Rockin’ Chair Album” brings together some of the electric blues’ finest songs from the late ‘50s and early ‘60s, such as “The Red Rooster”, “Spoonful”, “Wang-Dang-Doodle”, and “Back Door Man”. In addition, this CD includes 10 bonus tracks (gathering a variety of those great sides Wolf recordedbetween 1952 and 1959), which together with this remastered gem represent the finest work of this blues master in his prime. PERSONNEL: HOWLIN’ WOLF, vocals, guitar and harmonica, plus: Willie Johnson, Hubert Sumlin, Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Willie Dixon (bass) Otis Spann, Henry Gray (piano) Earl Phillips, Sammy Lay (drums), Abe Locke (tenor saxophone), among others. Recorded in Chicago, Illinois, between 1952 and 1961.

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