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New Various20 Greatest Blues Hits – By The Original Artists ... LP
Kent, Late 50s. Used .... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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Lowell FulsomLowell Fulsom In A Heavy Bag ... CD
Jewel/Fuel 2000, 1969. New Copy .... $4.99 11.98
The heavy bag here is a bluesy one – as Lowell Fullsom's working in territory that's got a lot of rootsy, almost southern blues in the mix – but which still cracks out at times with his hipper, more funk-tuned groove! There's a few tracks on here that hearken towards the "Tramp" groove from his Kent years – like "Lady In The Rain" and "Sleeper" – both of which have a nicely funky undercurrent and vamping guitar that really snaps along with the rhythm. Other numbers have a straighter blues feel, but one that still has a sinister approach that goes way past cliches for the college crowd – showing Lowell to be firmly in charge, no matter what the setting. Tracks include "Sleeper", "Lady In The Rain", "Man Of Motion", "Why Don't We Do It In The Road", "Look At You Baby", "Trouble Everywhere", and "This Feeling". CD features 3 bonus tracks – "Stoned To The Bone", "Every Second A Fool Is Born", and "Lonesome Christmas". CD

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Louisiana RedDead Stray Dog ... CD
Blue Labor/Fat Possum, 1975. New Copy .... $11.99 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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