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



Reverend Gary Davis If I Had My Way
Early home recordings (from 1953), with the missus and another preacher.



Reverend Gary Davis Pure Religion And Bad Company
Gospel vocals and deft blues and ragtime instrumentals from 1957, including the first recorded performances of the Davis classics Hesitation Blues and Cocaine Blues.








Sonny Boy Williamson The Classic Sides 1951-1954
As leader, and alongside Joe Williams, Arthur Crudup, Willie Love, Elmore James, Jerry McCain and co.



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.





Victoria Spivey Three Kings And The Queen
From 1962. VS, Roosevelt Sykes, Lonnie Johnson ó and Big Joe Williams with Bob Dylan on harmonica and back-up vocals. 'Now thatís a record that I hear from time to time and I donít mind listening to it,' says Dylan...



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



Frank Stokes Downtown Blues
The father of Memphis blues, who got his start playing on its streets at the turn of the nineteenth century. This is real old-time country, blues, folk and pop, recorded in the 1920s and 30s.