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Robert Pete Williams Free Again
Recorded in Baton Rouge in 1960, when Williams was on parole, out of Angola prison, labouring eighty hours a week on a work-farm.



John Lee Hooker The Blues
Earth-tilting stompers from the turn of the 1940s hit after hit, cold chill after cold chill.



Otis Rush Cobra
Searing, corner-stone Chicago blues. Double Trouble, f-u-c-k-i-n-g h-e-l-l... with Ike Turner on second guitar. Just listen to it. Otis Rush, barely turned twenty, total genius.





Robert Pete Williams Louisiana Blues
'It's difficult to approve the banalities of most blues singers after listening to Robert Pete Williams,' writes Guralnick in Feel Like Going Home. From 1966, originally on Fahey's Takoma imprint. 180g LP.




Bo Diddley Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger, Bo Diddley Is A Lover
Whatever, Trevor. We've said it before and we'll say it again... Bo Diddley is God.
The two stupendous Checker LPs from the Chocolate City, 1960-1, with Willie Dixon, Otis Spann and co.





Andre Williams Rib Tips And Pig Snoots: Rare And Unreleased Au Go Go Soul 1965-1971
Legendary Detroit rhythm and blues from the vaults of Avin, Sport and Wingate. AW co-wrote Stevie's debut; songs for Ike Turner, Parliament, Funkadelic. He also recorded for Ric-Tic, Epic, Motown, Chess.