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Sassafras And Moonshine The Songs Of Laura Nyro
'Laura liberated musicians to employ all their influences in crafting a pop song – as she had combined jazz, folk, classical, 60s soul, the Beatles, Dylan, Tin Pan Alley... so ahead of its time it’s still ahead...'





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.



Eddie Holland It Moves Me
All his records, from his 1958 debut through to 1964, when he withdrew from performing to concentrate on writing songs for the Supremes, the Vandellas, the Four Tops etc, with his bro Brian and Lamont Dozier.



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.



Jimmy Donley In The Key Of Heartbreak
Top soulful swamp pop via Huey P Meaux' in Texas, including a bunch of demos for Fats and Cookie And The Cupcakes alongside JD's complete Tear Drop sevens.



The Balfa Brothers Play Traditional Cajun Music
'In these recordings without amplification I could hear the natural resonance of the instruments and the subtleties in the vocals. They also played songs not heard in the dance halls: haunting, sad songs.'



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



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.



The Big Beat The Dave Bartholomew Songbook
Hats off every time to the founding father of New Orleans rhythm and blues. DB holds the master recipe for soul-ska-rhumba-blues gumbo. Just check the tracklisting for a sense of his achievement. Don.



Charlie Rich It Ain't Gonna Be That Way
All the stuff he did for Smash.