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




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.



Ike And Tina Turner The Soul Of Ike And Tina Turner
Their 1961 Sue Records debut, including I Idolize You and A Fool In Love, plus ten more sides from the same period.



Ike And Tina Turner Dynamite!
Their second, 1962 LP is probably their best with all-time, smash-hit murder like It's Gonna Work Out Fine, Poor Fool, You Should've Treated Me Right and I Idolize You.



Ike Turner And His Kings Of Rhythm Jack Rabbit Blues
The 45 reissue of a Tune Town 78, and a scorcher of a CD generously covering various late-fifties Ike Turner projects.



The Violinaires Groovin' With Jesus
A Gene Barge production from 1967, with a winning mixture of rocking gospel funk and spiritualized ballads. A nice version of Buddy Miles' We Got To Live Together.




Casey Bill Weldon, Kokomo Arnold Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the 1930s
'You could scarcely find two more contrasting bottleneck stylists... the 'Hawaiian Guitar Wizard' played upbeat, concerned with smooth tone. Arnold usually played solo, with strident tones, generally frenetic...'



Junior Wells Live In Boston
With The Aces live in 1966, just a few months after Hoodoo Man Blues came out.



Junior Wells Southside Blues Jam
With Buddy Guy and Otis Spann.



Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies A Treasury Of Caucasian-American Gospel
Great stuff from Mississippi associates 'old-timey sacred songs, gospel bluegrass, Pentecostal pandemonium'.




Bukka White Mississippi Blues
Recorded for Fahey's Takoma label in the early sixties, with some fine steel, and all-time winners like Parchman Farm and Shake 'Em On Down. Army Blues is rough.



Bukka White Big Daddy
For Biograph in 1973, still tearing up his National Steel in fine style, gripping as ever.