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Howlin' Wolf Howlin' Wolf Album
Timeless funky blues (including Evil) from 1969, produced by Charles Stepney and Gene Barge for Chess.


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Said I Had A Vision Songs And Labels Of David Lee, 1960-1988
Some terrific soul and gospel from the Impel, Washington Sound and SCOP labels, out of Shelby, North Carolina.




Frank Stokes' Dream The Memphis Blues, 1927-1931
Stokes, Memphis Minnie, Furry Lewis, Gus Cannon and co. 180g, well-pressed.



Yvonne And Yvette The Siamese Twins
In the sixties they shared bills with every gospel superstar going (not to mention Little Bald Head Johnny, who had no tongue, and Mule Man, who presumably had a big willie and pendulous balls).



The Violinaires Groovin' With Jesus
A Gene Barge production from 1967, with a winning mixture of rocking gospel funk and spiritualized ballads. A nice version of Buddy Miles' We Got To Live Together.





Little Walter The Blues World Of Little Walter
The great man aged nineteen, with Baby Face Leroy and Muddy Waters.
The Parkway sessions, supplemented by J. B. Lenoir and Sunnyland Slim.



Junior Wells Southside Blues Jam
With Buddy Guy and Otis Spann.



Bukka White Mississippi Blues
Recorded for Fahey's Takoma label in the early sixties, with some fine steel, and all-time winners like Parchman Farm and Shake 'Em On Down. Army Blues is rough.




Mike Cooper World Slide EP
A song and two looped slide incantations by the English veteran of improv and blues, electronics, steel and Hawaiian slack-key, presented by the inscrutable Ethbo.