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Ain't No Grave The Life And Legacy Of Brother Claude Ely
The flaming Appalachian gospel you can hear in Little Richard, James Brown, Elvis, especially Jerry Lee. Songs and sermons, 300-plus pages of riveting oral history, lyrics, 290 photos. Total Dust To Digital class.




Black Britain  A Photographic History Paul Gilroy
320 pages of marvellous photographs, with an introduction by Stuart Hall, and commentary by Paul Gilroy (who wrote the sleevenotes for our own London Is The Place For Me, second volume).



Cover Story Album Cover Art
More than two hundred classic LP sleeves lovely, lovely stuff, mostly 1970s, reproduced seven-inch square selected by the WP crew.




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.



Enjoy The Experience Homemade Records, 1958-1992
'The best (and worst) music too good for major labels... a hilarious, obsessively passionate collection of vanity and insanity from the depths of human creativity' (John Zorn). 512-page hard-back; shipping included...




Hold Onto Your Dreams Tim Lawrence
Ee by gum, this is a mouthwatering prospect. A biography of Arthur Russell, and an in-depth account of the NY Downtown Music Scene, 1973-1992, by the author of Love Saves The Day, that superb history of disco.



Gail Holst Road To Rembetica  Songs Of Love, Sorrow And Hashish
Unmissable, first-and-best, most thorough historical account. One hundred and ninety pages, with forty photos, eighty-odd song-lyrics and a CD of classic recordings (Bellou, Tsitsanis, Eskenazi and co).




I Listen To The Wind That Obliterates My Traces
Fabulous collection of early photographs from various sources, in numerous styles, to do with music, records, listening and two CDs full of magical 78s, including several one-off amateur recordings.



Ian Carr Music Outside
An insider account of the jazz scene in Britain at the start of the 1970s, based around in-depth interviews with Mike Westbrook, Evan Parker, Chris McGregor and others. Expanded now, with extra photos too.



Interviews And Essays Sun Ra
Plenty of errors (Languidity? With folk maestro Richard Thompson on bass?), and enough hot air to stick Branson on the moon, but some engrossing interviews, too.



Kanaval Vodou, Politics And Revolution On The Streets Of Haiti
Featuring Leah Gordon's fantastic photographs.
With oral histories and various short essays.



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