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Muddy Waters Down On Stovall's Plantation
His first recordings, from 1941. Alan Lomax came across him running a juke joint in Mississippi. With Henry Sims on violin, Louis Ford on mandolin, and Percy Thomas on guitar.





Murder Songs From The Dark Side Of The Soul
Jealousy, greed, lust, guilt, power; calypso, bluegrass, rhythm and blues, jugband, blues, hillbilly.



Negro Spirituals The Concert Tradition
Running back to 1909 - the more refined, dignified, classical style of Paul Robeson, and the University groups and Glee Clubs, to run alongside the church and field-recording rawness which is all the rage.



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



Johnny Otis On With The Story: The Johnny Otis Story, Volume 2
Regal rhythm and blues, rock and roll, big-band funk and the rest from this amazing man, with his son Shuggie just coming into view.




Rev Louis Overstreet There's No Future in Gaining The World And Losing Your Soul
Two fervid supplements to the Arhoolie set, originally self-released on Overstreet Records.




Isaiah Owens You Without Sin, Cast The First Stone
Thrilling primitive gospel from Alabama. Fuzzy, loud, dissonant guitar somewhere between Pops Staples, John Lee Hooker and the outsider R 'n B of Hasil Adkins. True testifyin' magic, and highly recommended.