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Rare 1967 BBC Sessions from Hendrix! Includes a cover of Dylan's "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" from the BBC Radio's Rhythm And Blues on October 17, 1967 – plus a newly unearthed take on Hendrix's own "Burning Of The Midnight Lamp" as performed on Top Of The Pops ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A wild original – and a mighty nice cover, too! The original "Baby" by Donnie & Joe Emerson is a weird bit of obscurity from the late 70s – this very slow, very mellow ballad that slinks along like some late nite soul harmony track from the decade before – even ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Big Maybelle doesn't show any signs of quittin here – and in fact, the single may well be key proof that she was still raring to go at the end of the 60s! The groove is fast – almost triple-time, like Maybelle's on the third shift – with fast piano stepping over tight drums ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Some mighty dubby funk from Solo Hit – recorded at a time when he was still working with Victor Uwaifo, and in a style that feels like Nigerian grooves recorded at King Tubby's! There's a mighty echo to the music – so that the rhythms kind of blast up from the bassy bottom, and feel ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
Raw late 60s grooves from Third Guitar – one sweet and one heavy funk! "Been So Long" is tender ballad by the group, but it's got a looseness and a gritty sound underneath the sweet lead and harmony vocals to give a really unique, completely great feel! The rawly recorded guitars ... 7-inch, Vinyl record
A pair of "Sweet Memories" – but with a nicely unified feel! Both tracks are great – with a similar stepping sort of groove – one that's pretty spare overall, with a rough-edged approach that really helps keep the sweetness of the vocals alive – whether they're ... 7-inch, Vinyl record