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The Johnny Otis Story Volume 1: Midnight At The Barrelhouse, 1945-1957
From early bandleader stuff through to the peak of the great man's worldwide popularity, with his first and biggest Capitol hits. Featuring Pete 'Guitar' Lewis, and the likes of Big Mama Thornton and Little Esther



Early Rappers Hipper Than Hop  The Ancestors Of Rap Part 1
The thinking behind this is knackered, but the music is great.




R.L. Burnside Sound Machine Groove
From 1979-80, his first electric guitar, first band recording family-members the Sound Machine, blending raw Mississippi blues with soul, funk, rhythm and blues, and other good stuff.



John Lee Hooker Free Beer And Chicken
Funk from John Lee. CD from BGO.



John Lee Hooker The Big Soul Of John Lee Hooker
Sixties soul from John Lee, with a strong blues flavour, and the Vandellas backing.




Reverend Gary Davis Lifting The Veil: The First Bluesmen
With Leadbelly, Ramblin' Thomas, Charley Patton and co.



Dr Boogie Presents Bear Traces: Nuggets From Bob's Barn
Banging boogie from Bob Hite's legendary collection of rhythm and blues 78s.



Fats Domino The Imperial Singles, Volume 4: 1959-1961
The hits keep coming just two of the twenty-six tracks here fell short of the US Top 30.



Bandera Doo Wop
For Your Precious Love started out as a Bandera recording (subsequently leased to Vee-Jay), made by co-owner Vi Muszynski and there are eleven Impressions sides here, seven of them previously unissued.



Otis Spann Otis Spann Is The Blues
The great blues pianist Muddy Waters' mainstay makes his debut as leader in 1960, with Robert Lockwood Jr. playing guitar.



John Lee Hooker On Campus
Rocking, mid-sixties studio recording (not live).



Bo Diddley Bo Diddley's Beach Party
Tearing up California with the Duchess and Jerome in 1963. Just listen to Hey Bo Diddley. No wonder the cops got the willies.



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