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Sticks Over My Shoulder
Raw, rocking, haunting, exquisite George Mitchell recordings of Georgia bluesmen, 1979-1981... the real, rooted thing.



Henry Thomas Bull Doze Blues
Twelve of the Texan's classics, drawn from twice that number of recordings between 1927-29. A travelling musician with a throw-back style often accompanying himself on the quills, like a pan flute.



The Hokum Boys You Can't Get Enough Of That Stuff
Bumptious sauce recorded for Paramount in 1929 by different lineups including Leroy Carr, Scrapper Blackwell, Tampa Red and Blind Blake, and Bob Robinson on banjo and clarinet. Archetypal Crumb; 180g.




Blind Willie McTell Trying To Get Home
Superb late gospel and blues from 1949 Regals, as presented by Biograph in the 1970s.
180g vinyl.




Casey Bill Weldon, Kokomo Arnold Bottleneck Guitar Trendsetters of the 1930s
'You could scarcely find two more contrasting bottleneck stylists... the 'Hawaiian Guitar Wizard' played upbeat, concerned with smooth tone. Arnold usually played solo, with strident tones, generally frenetic...'




Reverend Gary Davis Lifting The Veil: The First Bluesmen
With Leadbelly, Ramblin' Thomas, Charley Patton and co.



Amede Ardoin Mama, I'll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings, 1929-1934
At the wild, searing fountainhead of Zydeco: the black accordionist and singer with white fiddler Dennis McGee, on Afro-Creole scorchers, waltzes, blues and breakdowns. Cajun's Robert Johnson.