Available again. Bantam Rooster is drunken, hillbilly-influenced bluesy rock at its best. This swank lil' 7" consists of 2 mighty fine tunes; "Miss Luxury" cops heavily from MI forefathers' "1969" as driven thru Msr Childish's AC30. "Real Live ... read more »
Back in print! Incredibly rare and incredibly pounding 1967 garage punk 2-sider from this New Orleans combo. Original copies numbering less than 10. Full-colour picture sleeve + photo/fact-filled insert.
Reissue! DM BOB & THE DEFICITS mash out the finest roots Americana slop yer likely to hear. Their "repertoire" consists of a great "blend" o' cajun, tex-mex, instro scree, C&W yawl, Loosiana swamp R&B, rockabill, and whatever the fuck they ... read more »
The finest purveyors of the most varied bag o roots-rock slop to ever hit the planet, their fifth and final LP, slapping together eight originals and four covers: a JFA instro, an early GG ALLIN tune, an obscure late-60s LITTLE RICHARD ditty, and a BO DIDDLEY-fied tear-thru ... read more »
The VINYL release of the stunning Reverend Charlie Jackson retrospective released in 2003 on CD by the CaseQuarter label. After the better part of twenty-five years, the legendary early 1970s New Orleans Booker label and mid 1970s Jackson label recordings of the Baton Rouge ... read more »