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




Elder Utah Smith I Got Two Wings
Lovely, intimate 128-page book and sizzling 18-tracker devoted to the electric guitar preacher and his COGIC buddies. Once again CaseQuarter brings the shit.



Ernie K-Doe Here Come The Girls!
The 1970 album, produced by Allen Toussaint, with three extras.



Sleepy John Estes I Ain't Gonna Be Worried No More
The Tennessean's distinctive, emotional songs, 1929-37, often in small group settings, with piano, second guitar, Yank Rachel's mandolin. Stuff here done over by The Kinks, Dylan, Led Zep, Muddy Waters.



John Fahey Yes! Jesus Loves Me: Guitar Hymns
Heartfelt hymns and songs of praise, deconstructed and rebuilt. Sometimes reverent, sometimes raging, sometimes playful, always spellbinding. 'Christ Is Not Cute' runs the Fahey quote on the sleeve. A beauty.



Georgie Fame Mod Classics 1964-1966
Jazz, soul and rhythm and blues by this pivotal figure, from the LPs Live At The Flamingo, and Sound Venture, with the cream of UK jazzmen. Swinging Soho does Stax, Latin, Stevie, Louis Jordan, Mose, Oscar Brown...



Fats Domino Rare Dominos Volumes 1 And 2
Rocking Fat Man Imperials, obscure but genius.



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.



Fire In My Bones Raw, Rare And Other-Worldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007
Vital and thrilling, raw and original compilation by Mike McGonigal (who's done stuff for Mississippi), spanning all styles solo and congregational, studio and field, rural and urban, hellfire and lament.



The First Rock And Roll Record
The evolution of rock 'n roll music intoxicating tasters of blues, jazz, swing, RnB, Gospel, bluegrass barrelhouse boogie woogie and western swing... anything rocking. Five stars from The Guardian.



Five Minutes To Midnight
Intense, austere, small-label gospel.




Frank Stokes' Dream The Memphis Blues, 1927-1931
Stokes, Memphis Minnie, Furry Lewis, Gus Cannon and co. 180g, well-pressed.