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BIG TINY KENNEDY - STRANGE KIND OF FEELING

Back to back, two total killers from Big Tiny Kennedy - a cutely named singer whose over-bearing and fulsome vocal presence was said to be only over-shadowed by his huge physical dimensions! These were amongst Tiny's last credited releases, and what a shame as they are both ... read more »

 

BLAND, BOBBY - 36-22-36/ST. JAMES INFIRMARY

BLAND, BOBBY - 36-22-36/ST. JAMES INFIRMARY

Pure rhythm and soul perfection from Bobby Bland, an uplifting, call and response number guaranteed to pack the floor.

 

BURR, FRANCESS/KJ TRIO - I SAY, NO MORE

Raw, hard and guttural blues from obscure female Chicago singer Frances Burr, backed up by a hard-driving, pepped-up and rowdy KJ Trio - piano banging, sax honking, drums clattering everywhere!

 

DALE, LARRY - DOWN TO THE BOTTOM/MIDNIGHT HOURS

The Texas born Larry Dale only recently passed away, in May 2010, aged 87. His passing is doubly sad for Jukebox Jam, as he never got to see these two gems pressed up and released on 45rpm vinyl, as they should have been some 55 years ago. Discovered a while back ... read more »

 

GRISWOLD, ARTHUR - PRETTY MAMA BLUES

Thumping, hard-driving, beat-led R&B from the Toledo, Ohio based Griswold brothers - two under-exposed heroes of latter-period blues who showed up in Detroit sometime in the mid to late 60s.

 

JAMES, ELMORE - ROLLIN AND TUMBLIN/STRANGER BLUES

Two hard-edged dancefloor R&B killers, back to back, from one of the true blues greats, Elmore James. We get his unique, uptempo 1960 rendition of the delta standard 'Rollin And Tumblin' backed with the equally frenetic 'Stranger Blues'.

 

JOHNSON, S. - RED HOT MAMA/DON'T YOU WORRY

'Red Hot Mama' is a cracking mid-'50s R&B tune that will bless any DJ set or record collection. The personnel and indeed the singer -known only as S. Johnson- remain something of a mystery, though the material is known to have been recorded in New Orleans for the Chess ... read more »

 

MAYFIELD, PERCY - GONE ASTRAY/ADVICE (FOR MEN ONLY)

MAYFIELD, PERCY - GONE ASTRAY/ADVICE (FOR MEN ONLY)

This release on Jukebox Jam imprint features two originally unissued sides from the Poet Of The Blues, Percy Mayfield. 'Gone Astray' is an irresistibly jazzy, mid-tempo rhythm & blues track.

 

RUCKER, ERVIN - DONE DONE THE SLOP

Totally amazing, wild and untamed R&B room-shaker all about the dance craze that made a mess of many a dance floor - the Slop! A massive spin on the notorious Pittsburgh scene of yesteryear that's recently gained another well-earned airing in today's worldwide ... read more »

 

TIMMONS, TERRY - GOT NOBODY LOVE

Immense early 50s Rhythm and Blues belter from a singer otherwise more often known for far softer material. This one opens with a rasping horn pattern to wipe out all before it, before slipping into a swinging and rolling tom-drum and hand-clap rhythm and some knockout call ... read more »

 

 


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