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John Lee Hooker Folk Blues
Sides from 1954 with the exception of Rock House Boogie, from two years earlier with the mighty Eddie Kirkland on second guitar.






Furry Lewis In His Prime 1927-1928
'To hear fully the subtlety in Furry's singing is to gain an insight not only into the singer, but into the creative process of the blues itself,' wrote Sam Charters. Vocalions and Victors by the Memphis legend.



Peg Leg Howell The Legendary Peg Leg Howell
Quiet, haunting, steeply poignant recordings by the veteran bluesman, aged seventy-five. Originally released by Testament in 1963, with the same powerful, front-cover woodcut. A classic.



Sonny Boy Williamson The Trumpet Singles On Shellac 1951-1958
Terrific, raw blues, originally released as 78s by the Jackson, Mississippi label.
SBW thrillingly cutting his teeth and stamping the ground, before the Checkers.





Fred McDowell I Do Not Play No Rock N' Roll
Playing electric guitar on this 1969 recording for Just Sunshine, including some fiery bottleneck. FM originals like You Got To Move covered by the Rolling Stones on Sticky Fingers and a Joe Williams.



Please Warm My Weiner Old Time Hokum Blues
Bawdy, vaudevillian malarkey, both country and urban, with no messing musically. Stuff like Banana Man, You Put It In I'll Take It Out, I Had To Give Up Gym, Elevator Papa Switchboard Mama. Crumb cover.



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