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Blind Willie McTell Trying To Get Home
Superb late gospel and blues from 1949 Regals, as presented by Biograph in the 1970s.
180g vinyl.




Casey Bill Weldon, Kokomo Arnold Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the 1930s
'You could scarcely find two more contrasting bottleneck stylists... the 'Hawaiian Guitar Wizard' played upbeat, concerned with smooth tone. Arnold usually played solo, with strident tones, generally frenetic...'



Ike Turner And His Kings Of Rhythm Jack Rabbit Blues
The 45 reissue of a Tune Town 78, and a scorcher of a CD generously covering various late-fifties Ike Turner projects.



Ruth Brown You Don't Know Me
Intimate, unforced performances from Motormouth Maybelle, with piano-trio accompaniment, recorded in the late-1970s.



Early Rappers Hipper Than Hop  The Ancestors Of Rap Part 1
The thinking behind this is knackered, but the music is great.




R.L. Burnside Sound Machine Groove
From 1979-80, his first electric guitar, first band recording family-members the Sound Machine, blending raw Mississippi blues with soul, funk, rhythm and blues, and other good stuff.



John Lee Hooker Free Beer And Chicken
Funk from John Lee. CD from BGO.



John Lee Hooker The Big Soul Of John Lee Hooker
Sixties soul from John Lee, with a strong blues flavour, and the Vandellas backing.



Dr Boogie Presents Bear Traces: Nuggets From Bob's Barn
Banging boogie from Bob Hite's legendary collection of rhythm and blues 78s.



Otis Spann Otis Spann Is The Blues
The great blues pianist Muddy Waters' mainstay makes his debut as leader in 1960, with Robert Lockwood Jr. playing guitar.



John Lee Hooker On Campus
Rocking, mid-sixties studio recording (not live).