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Omar Kent DykesBig Town Playboy ... CD
Ruf (Germany), 2009. Used ... $6.99
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New Willie KentToo Hurt To Cry ... CD
Delmark, 1994. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(Barcode has a cutout hole.)
 
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New Little MiltonLittle Milton Sings Big Soul ... CD
Checker/Kent (UK), 1980s/Early 90s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Big soul from Little Milton – a bluesman at heart, but one who always had an equal heart for soul as well – so much so, that by the time of these records, he was almost more of a southern soul singer overall! The set brings together a wealth of overlooked gems that Milton recorded for Malaco Records after his initial years at Chess – and the tunes have this slow-burning vibe that really shows the way that Malaco carried the flame of southern soul in the 80s – at a time when other labels like Stax and Atlantic had really let it die! There's a very old school vibe to these tracks – way more so than you'd guess from the date – and Milton's completely charming all the way through, on titles that include "Can't Trust Your Neighbor", "What Our Love Needs", "Caught In The Act", "You Left A Goldmine For A Golddigger", "That's The Way I Feel Bout Cha", "Gonna Have Murder On Your Hands", "I'd Rather Go Blind", and "Mr & Mrs Untrue". CD
 
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Lowell FulsomLowell Fulson – Chess Blues Masters Series ... LP
Chess, Mid 60s. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $7.99
Is it Fulsom or Fulson? We're not going to try and present ourselves as the authority, but what we can tell you is this collection features 27 tracks from the man, mostly raw blues, though a number of cuts are more produced, with full horn section and piano complementing Fulsom's guitar and vocals, and mostly issued as 45s, though many of the numbers were previously unreleased at the time this collection was put together in the mid 70s. The best numbers are stripped down, lean and raw, but there's not much of the funky blues work of the sort he cut for Kent on here. Includes "I Want To Know", "Lonely Hours", 'It's A Long Time", "Rollin' Blues", "Love 'N Things", "Love Grow Cold", "Hung Down Head", "Someday Baby", "I Want To Make Love To You", "Rock This Morning", "Rock 'Em Dead", 'Worry Worry", "I'm Glad You Reconsidered", "Blue Shadows", "Why Don't You Write Me" and "Blue Soul", plus loads more! LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has wide clear tape on the seams and some staining at the bottom.)

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Louisiana RedDead Stray Dog ... CD
Blue Labor/Fat Possum, 1975. New Copy ... $8.99 13.99
Great 70s work from Louisiana Red – recorded in a style that makes the album one of his most earnest, personal sets on wax! The record was done in close collaboration with producer Kent Cooper – a friend and very sympathetic ear for Red's music – and also the co-writer of most of the tunes in the set – or at least "co-developer", as most of the lyrics were initially penned by Cooper, then picked up casually by Red and slowly worked into very unique tunes of his own. The approach here is excellent – just Red himself on vocals and guitar, recorded straight without any sort of hoke or mainstream pandering at all – which is why the album's probably been the under-discovered gem it has been for so many years. Titles include "Riding On A Tall White Horse", "Dead Stray Dog", "Held Up In One Town", "New Jersey Woman", "Caught My Man & Gone", and "Bad Case Of The Blues". CD

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New BB KingKing Of The Blues (Crown) ... LP
Crown, 1960s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Kent recordings by BB – issued here in a mid 60s package with a pretty slick photo on the front! Cuts include "Good Man Gone Bad", "I'm King", "Partin Time", "You're On The Top", "Feel Like A Million", "I'll Survive", "Long Nights", "What A Way To Go", and "I've Got A Right To Love My Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear, a mostly split top seam, a small split on the bottom seam, and a bit of discoloration along the opening.)
 
 
 



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