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New VariousDirect Hits From Bullseye Blues ... CD
Bullseye Blues, 1993. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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Johnny Nocturne with Kim NalleyMillion Dollar Secret ... CD
Bullseye Blues, 1999. Used ... $5.99
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New Fats DominoFats Is Back ... CD
Bullseye Blues, 1968. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Fats is back, and sounding pretty darn great – working here with rootsy production from Richard Perry, who's got a great ear for all of Domino's older strengths, yet also manages to update his sound a bit for the late 60s! The record's got a really romping groove – lots of New Orleans elements in the rhythms, brought forward a bit by players who include King Curtis on sax, Eric Gale on guitar, and Earl Palmer on drums – all working amidst some Warner-styled arrangements that have plenty of respect for the past. The Blossoms sing backing vocals on a few numbers, and titles include "I Know", "Lady Madonna", "So Swell When You're Well", "I'm Ready", "One More Song For You", "One For The Highway", "Make Me Belong To You", and "Honest Papas Love Their Mamas". And be warned, the album starts with a track called "My Old Friends" – which is a scratchy collage of old Fats Domino records! CD
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New Sleepy LaBeefRockabilly Blues ... CD
Bullseye Blues, 2001. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Ron LevyTales Of A Road Dog ... Book
Levtron, 2013. New Copy ... $13.99 24.99
The self-penned story of the mighty Ron Levy – a Hammond hero for the past few decades, and a musician who's equally well-skilled to handle jazz, blues, and funk! Levy's records have graced our bins countless times over the years, and it's great to hear the full story of the music from Ron himself – plenty of tales of his years of work with BB King, Albert King, and Luther Johnson – and his later work as both a performer and producer with Rounder Records, Bullseye, and other labels. The book is quite a feat – almost 500 pages – and really tells the tale of Levy's roots in Boston, his long years on the road, and his work to keep the Hammond alive at a time when it had fallen out of favor in American music. Book