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Professor Longhair Rockin' With Fess
Dr. John: 'All New Orleans pianists owe Fess... guru, godfather, and spiritual doctor of all that came under him.' A kind of greatest hits of this giant, drawn from labels like Atlantic, Mercury, Federal. So good.



Professor Longhair Mardi Gras In New Orleans
His absolutely unmissable fusion of blues, barrelhouse boogie-woogie, funk, gospel, mambo, rhumba and second-line street parade rhythms. B-sides, rarities and alternates, 1949-57.



King Bullard Version Songs Of The Bos Label
Soul-drenched, late-sixties gospel from Cleveland.




He Will Fix It Raw African-American Gospel On 45rpm, 1959-1974
Another electrifying installment in Mike McGonigal's unmissable series.



Victoria Spivey Kings And The Queen
The second of two records issuing from 1962 sessions with Big Joe Williams, Memphis Slim, Roosevelt Sykes, and Lonnie Johnson (and Bob Dylan on harmonica). Originally released on VS's own Spivey imprint.





Victoria Spivey Three Kings And The Queen
From 1962. VS, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson ó and Big Joe Williams with Bob Dylan on harmonica and back-up vocals. 'Now thatís a record that I hear from time to time and I donít mind listening to it,' says Dylan...



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Otis G. Johnson God Is Love
Spectral, outsider gospel from Detroit, 1978, with Otis extemporising to himself worryingly in the name of the Lord, and zoning out on his Hammond (with rhythm unit). Pretty gone. Terrific.