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✨✧ VariousEaster Bunny Hop – 28 Hot Tracks For Your Basket ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 40s/1950s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $11.99 12.99
A weird and wonderful little collection – maybe the first Easter-themed compilation we've ever seen – but one that barely hews to that rule as well! The set instead features lots of great 50s numbers that seem to deal with both chickens and rabbits – plus a few roosters too – many tracks that have the hillbilly, early rock, and rockabilly vibe you'd expect from the Bear Family label – served up as a really romping collection that never lets up at all! The package is great, with very detailed notes, and a look that's as cool as the cover – and tracks include "Eggbert The Easter Egg" by Rosemary Clooney, "Up Jumped A Rabbit" by Sam Butera, "The Chicken & The Bop" by Lloyd Price, "Red Hen Hop" by Ted Daigle & The Midnighters, "A Chicken Ain't Nothin But A Bird" by Nellie Lutcher, "Sixteen Chickens & A Tambourine" by Roy Acuff, "I Hates Rabbits" by Jerry Neal, "The Fickle Chicken" by The Atmospheres, "Chicken Shot Blues" by Eddie Cochran, "The Chicken" by Roscoe Gordon, "Let's Go Bunny Huggin" by Sonny James, "Rabbit Action" by Jimmy Haggett, "Crazy Chicken" by James Gallagher, and "Bunny Hop Rock" by Slim Martin & The Blue Hill County Boys. CD

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✨✧ Howlin WolfLondon Sessions ... CD
Chess/MCA, 1989. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A famous date that showcases the Chess Records influence on the sound of the Brit rock scene – one that has a number of key players "giving back" to the label, and working on a special date with Howlin Wolf! Wolf's rough vocals are in the lead on all tracks, and he also plays a bit of harmonica and guitar as well – and other artists include Steve Winwood on piano and organ, Eric Clapton on guitar, Bill Wyman on bass, and Charlie Watts on drums – all players who are respectful of the original bluesy sound of Chess, and who clearly dig the opportunity to show off their chops in the setting. Titles include "I Ain't Superstitious", "Poor Boy", "Do The Do", "Red Rooster", "Built For Comfort", "What A Woman", "Highway 49", "Who's Been Talking", and "Rocking Daddy". (Blues, Rock) CD

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