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Sticks Over My Shoulder
Raw, rocking, haunting, exquisite George Mitchell recordings of Georgia bluesmen, 1979-1981... the real, rooted thing.



Boyd Rivers You Can't Make Me Doubt
Heavy, impassioned gospel scorchers, one side electric, the other acoustic. All previously unreleased, except Fire In My Bones, from the killer Tompkins Square compilation (and Last Time Around).



Allen Toussaint Southern Nights
Laidback, nostalgic, trippy, southern-soul concept album from 1975, with The Meters in the line-up.




Time Will Make A Change
Another brilliant Mississippi compilation. Gospel sevens, this time, double-strength: rough, raw, searing; mostly guitar-based ensembles and solo performers, sparse organ and drums. Ethel ain't messing.



Ike Turner Studio Productions, New Orleans And Los Angeles, 1963-65
Singers like Jimmy Thomas, Stacy Johnson, Vernon Guy, Jessie Smith, Bobby John, Jackie Brenston, Venetta Fields, Tina Turner, Ernest Lane, Dee Dee Johnson fronting a super-tough Kings Of Rhythm lineup.




Henry Thomas Bull Doze Blues
Twelve of the Texan's classics, drawn from twice that number of recordings between 1927-29. A travelling musician with a throw-back style often accompanying himself on the quills, like a pan flute.





The Joubert Singers Stand On The Word
Sensational gospel-disco loft classic recorded live in Crown Heights First Baptist Church, in 1982. Walter Gibbons rinsed it at the Rock And Soul shop where he worked; Tony Humphries ended up re-mixing. Crucial.



Dave Bartholomew Carnival Day
From the end of the 1940s, amazingly heady with New Orleans traditions and innovativeness, a riotous blend of heavily syncopated Caribbean rhythms and laid-back Southern swagger.