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ARMSTRONG, LOUIS - SATCH PLAYS FATS

Based upon the artistic and commercial success of "Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy", George Avakian gathered the All Stars into the studio again for a second session to record tunes by Fats Waller. This is also a stunning album: the All Stars, at the top of their ... read more »

 

ARMSTRONG, LOUIS -& HIS ORCHESTRA- - TOWN HALL CONCERT PLUS

This album is made up of six numbers taped during the famous Town Hall concert of 1947, plus offerings from four other-less famous but equally worthwhile- shows. The LP was originally released in 1957 and now it's back on wax.

 

BIG MAYBELLE - THE OKEH SESSIONS (2LP)

Her mountainous stature matching the sheer soulful power of her massive vocal talent, Big Maybelle was one of the premier R&B chanteuses of the 50s. Her deep, gravelly voice was as singular as her recorded output for Okeh and Savoy, which ranged from down-in-the-alley ... read more »

 

BOYD, EDDIE -& PETER GREEN'S FLEETWOOD MAC- - 7936 S. RHODES (180GR)

BOYD, EDDIE -& PETER GREEN'S FLEETWOOD MAC- - 7936 S. RHODES (180GR)

Produced by: Mike Vernon, recorded at CBS Studios, London 1968. Recording engineer: Mike Ross-Trevor, re-mastering by: Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London. Recorded at CBS Studios in New Bond Street by Mike Ross, who had the previous year recorded The Jimi ... read more »

 

BRACKEEN, CHARLES - RHYTHM X (THE MUSIC OF CHARLES BRACKEEN)

BRACKEEN, CHARLES - RHYTHM X (THE MUSIC OF CHARLES BRACKEEN)

Originally released by Strata East, now reissued on 180-GRAM VINYL with remastered sound and reproduced artwork, this is an excellent jazz full-length that was recorded in NYC, back in 1968. Here the little-known Charles Brackeen brings his saxophone to a party with most of ... read more »

 

BROWN, PETE -& HIS BATTERED ORNAMENTS- - A MEAL YOU CAN SHAKE HANDS WITH IN THE DARK

BROWN, PETE -& HIS BATTERED ORNAMENTS- - A MEAL YOU CAN SHAKE HANDS WITH IN THE DARK

Pete Brown was a Londoner and a veteran of the underground scene. Born in 1940, he first came to prominence as a poet. He was just 14 when his first poem appeared in 'Evergreen Revue' in the US. Then in the early sixties he worked alongside another British poet Mike ... read more »

 

BROWN, RUTH - MISS RHYTHM

BROWN, RUTH - MISS RHYTHM

Ruth Brown's 1959 full-length 'Miss Rhythm' is a lovely serving of rhyhthm and blues. Here's a wonderful reissue on 180-GRAM VINYL.

 

BURKE, SOLOMON - KING SOLOMON

Featuring remastered sound, this album by Solomon Burke sees a well deserved reissue on 180-GRAM VINYL.

 

CALLOWAY, CAB - CAB CALLOWAY

CALLOWAY, CAB - CAB CALLOWAY

From 1932 to the late 1940s, the period covered by this set, Cab had an orchestra that was about as swinging a band of solid senders as you'd find on the big-band circuit. Now this LP, first released by Epic in 1956 and featuring famous songs s.a. 'St. James Infirmary', ... read more »

 

CANNED HEAT - BOOGIE WITH CANNED HEAT (UK)

Their second 1968 release which without a shadow of a doubt was their best. These guys just enjoyed what they were doing and it comes across so well on this album. There is not a bad track on the record from the grungy "Amphetamine Annie" to psych laden "On ... read more »

 

CANNED HEAT WITH JOHN LEE HOOKER - HOOKER 'N' HEAT (2LP)

2x 180 gm LP , gatefold sleeve. Produced by Skip Taylor & Robert Hite Jr., Recorded at Liberty Studios, Los Angeles in May 1970. Re-mastering by Sean Magee at Abbey Road Studios When this two-LP set was initially released in January 1971, Canned Heat was back to its ... read more »

 

CONNORS, NORMAN - LOVE FROM THE SUN

Reissued on 180-GRAM VINYL and presented in a gatefold sleeve, 'Love From The Sun' is regarded as the 'magnum opus' of master drummer extraordinaire, composer, arranger, producer and band leader Norman Connors in a career that has spanned four decades. The LP was originally ... read more »

 

DEES, SAM - THE SHOW MUST GO ON

Sam Dees' 1975 Atlantic album 'The Show Must Go On' has long been regarded by Southern soul aficionados as one of the best of the genre. Now here's a great reissue on vinyl!

 

DESCENDANTS OF MIKE AND PHOEBE - A SPIRIT SPEAKS (UK)

UK version. A truly unique spiritual deep jazz masterpiece, originally released on Strata East in 1973. Original copies of this absolutely essential and hugely sought after title command large sums of money. This reissue comes with remastered sound, taken from the original ... read more »

 

FRANKLIN, ARETHA - YEAH!!!

FRANKLIN, ARETHA - YEAH!!!

One of Aretha's finest Columbia Records collections. A jazzy twelve-track quartet affair remastered to perfection on this reissue.

 

GENTRY, BOBBIE - ODE TO BILLY JOE

Gentry's first 1967 album is a masterpiece, it's a simple as that. An album of hauntingly beautiful songs penned by Bobbie herself bar one track. The album is an uncluttered, straight down the line collection of smoky voiced gems, mostly with the simplest guitar ... read more »

 

GIUFFRE, JIMMY - WESTERN SUITE (2LP)

A double-LP (180-GRAM VINYL) reissue of this classic jazz album from 1958.

 

GORDON, JOHN - STEP BY STEP

GORDON, JOHN - STEP BY STEP

John Gordon, a trombone master, brings us another gem from that most renowned of '70s record labels, Strata-East. The trombone is a difficult instrument. In the hands of an artist like John Gordon, however, it can create vivid images and conjure up beautiful music. And when ... read more »

 

HARRISON, WENDELL - AN EVENING WITH THE DEVIL

Originally out on Tribe Records in 1972, this is a fine exact repro reissue on 180-GRAM VINYL of an impressive album that blends soul, spiritual jazz and bits of Afro. This edition comes with reproduced artwork.

 

HICKS, JOHN - HELLS BELLS

A notable 1980 post-bop release from ace jazz pianist John Hicks, originally out on Strata-east, returns to wax. This edition, coming with remastered audio and reproduced artwork, is pressed on 180-GRAM VINYL.

 

HUBBARD, FREDDIE - FIRST LIGHT (UK)

Freddie Hubbard was one of the most prolific jazz trumpeters in the business, playing a hot and sassy horn! He was linked to George Benson, Jack DeJohnette and Ron Carter (just to name a few) for one of the many Creed Taylor-produced collaborations and he deservedly won a ... read more »

 

HUBBARD, FREDDIE - STRAIGHT LIFE (UK)

HUBBARD, FREDDIE - STRAIGHT LIFE (UK)

reissue of jazz musician Freddie Hubbard's 1971 album 'Straight Life'. The title track makes up the whole of Side 1 while Side 2 offers the cuts 'Mr. Clean' and 'Here's That Rainy Day'.

 

IRVINE, WELDON - COSMIC VORTEX

An exceptional US jazz-funk LP, originally out in 1974, gets reissued on 180-GRAM VINYL with remastered sound and reproduced artwork.

 

JAMES, ETTA - ETTA JAMES (UK)

Etta James, one of the most fabulous and respected figures in the history of R&B music. Here are some of Miss Peaches' legendary pre-Chess recordings including the first session, cut on Thanksgiving Eve 1954, when she was just 16, which yielded 'Roll With Me, Henry'. ... read more »

 

JONES, WIZZ - RIGHT NOW

Recording: 1972 by Colin Caldwell at Marquee Studios, London Production: John Renbourn. A great deal has been said about Blues and RocknRoll musicians being inspired to great things by folk music. But one hears little about those who work quietly in the background, far ... read more »

 

 


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