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Georgie Fame Mod Classics 1964-1966
Jazz, soul and rhythm and blues by this pivotal figure, from the LPs Live At The Flamingo, and Sound Venture, with the cream of UK jazzmen. Swinging Soho does Stax, Latin, Stevie, Louis Jordan, Mose, Oscar Brown...



Sleepy John Estes I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More
The Tennessean's distinctive, emotional songs, 1929-37, often in small group settings, with piano, second guitar, Yank Rachel's mandolin. Stuff here done over by The Kinks, Dylan, Led Zep, Muddy Waters.



Robert Pete Williams Angola Prisoners' Blues
An Arhoolie from 1959 half Williams; also Hogman Maxey and Guitar Welch.




The Stovall Sisters Hang On In There
Classic gospel soul from 1971, with the scorcher Hang On In There.
The Sisters were former Ikettes, who sang back-up for Norman Greenbaum on Spirit In The Sky, versioned here.




The Beale Street Sheiks Chicken You Can Roost Behind The Moon
The seminal Memphis bluesmen Frank Stokes and Dan Sane, recording for Paramount in the late 1920s.



Ishman Bracey Suitcase Full Of Blues
Great, under-recorded Mississippi bluesman, a mate of Tommy Johnson, recording for Victor in 1928-9, with Charlie McCoy on second guitar.





Furry Lewis I Will Turn Your Money Green
The Memphis bluesman's finest recordings, from the late 1920s.
Compelling stories in song, like John Henry and Casey Jones.



Good God! Born Again Funk
A triumphant sequel to the Gospel Funk Hymnal, now on vinyl.



I Smell A Rat Early Black Rock'n Roll 2
And I smell fish in a barrel.
Wait... now I smell vinyl.



Rev. Johnny L. 'Hurricane' Jones Jesus Christ From A To Z
Drawn from the hundreds of reel-to-reels and cassettes that Jones aka The Hurricane, The Fireball has made of his Southern preaching, raving between speech and song, since 1960. From Dust To Digital.



Dr Boogie Presents Heavy Jelly: Essential Instrumentals
Early-sixties rhythm and blues, overloaded with sax and organ, testosterone and novelty.