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Blues Belles With Attitude!!!
Twenty-eight stonking, in-your-face female rhythm and blues cuts from sixty years ago Cordella Di Milo kicking it off, Little Esther, Anonymous... Nobody does this better than Ace. Killer.



Theme Time Radio Hour With Your Host Bob Dylan Season 2
Highly eclectic, entertaining, cultured selection so properly presented and well paced, with a fat booklet full of photos and facts about the performers, we won't bother listing the unauthorised alternatives.



Bobby Freeman Give My Heart A Break
Ballads and rocking rhythm and blues recorded for King in 1960-61.



The Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 2 1966-1967
James Carr and The Ovations to the fore, with some great southern soul from Specer Wiggins, Percy Milem, Eddie Jefferson, George Jackson and Dan Greer, and Barbara Perry, and a splash of country, and garage too.



Little Willie John Heaven All Around Me
Some great sides here, cut for King between 1961 and 1963, on the cusp between rhythm and blues and soul (with country music oiling the wheels).



Goldwax Northern Soul
Stompers, floaters and ballads, with several impossible to get otherwise.



Destroy That Boy! More Girls With Guitars
Sparky, attitudinous girl garage from Europe and the US.



Lee Hazlewood Movin' On
Straight country and lounge gloop including new versions of songs tried elsewhere, like Randy Newman's Let's Burn Down The Cornfield, and his own LA Lady and Come On Home To Me.



The Complete Goldwax Singles Volume 1 1962-1966
A mouthwatering series in prospect, full of discoveries, but also charting every turn in the careers of giants like James Carr at this great Memphis label, as rhythm and blues turned southern soul.



Respect Aretha's Influences And Inspiration
A testament to the impeccable taste of the greatest soul singer of all time mostly big names and classics, rounded off by gospel giant Clara Ward, and the song Aretha sang at her funeral.





Leo's Five Direct From The Blue Note Club
Coveted, cookin rhythm and blues from the house band at Leo Gooden's happening St Louis night spot, late fifties and early sixties.