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Eddy ArnoldEach Road I Take – The 1970 Lee Hazlewood & Chet Atkins Sessions (Love & Guitars/Standing Alone/bonus tracks) ... CD
RCA/Real Gone, 1970. New Copy ... $16.99 18.99
A surprisingly great set of work from countrypolitan giant Eddy Arnold – 1970 sessions that have him both reforging his strengths with producer Chet Atkins, and taking up a whole new groove with the great Lee Hazlewood! The Atkins material can be heard here on the album Love & Guitars – a set that allows Arnold to answer back to all the others who, by that time, were hitting his own sort of mature way of putting over a tune – with backings that are almost more traditionally country than anything that Eddy had been getting on other recent records. The choice of material is great – songs by Merle Haggard, Wayne Thompson, Kris Kristofferson, and others – and titles that include "When The Wind Blows In Chicago", "Shadows Of Her Mind", "Today I Started Loving You again", "Just Enough To Start Me Dreamin", "With Pen In Hand", and "Soul Deep". Producer Lee Hazlewood works with Eddy Arnold on material from the album Standing Alone – a set that almost has Lee taking a tongue-in-cheek approach with strings and larger arrangements – giving Eddy the kind of setting that might have been darkly double-sided if Hazlewood were singing, but which comes across more in familiar Arnold territory overall. Still, there's definitely some nice touches around the edges – and titles include "Closest I Ever Came", "My Way Of Life", "She Believes In Me", "July You're A Woman", "Where Love Has Died", and "Some Lonely Picker". CD also features additional tracks from the same year, including two unreleased outtakes – for a total of 27 titles in all. CD

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Chet AtkinsBlackjack EP ... 7-inch
Sundazed, Late 50s/Early 60s. Near Mint- (pic cover)... $4.99
Incredible home studio recordings by guitar genius Chet Atkins – all previously unissued versions from RCA Victor archives – and released here for the first time ever. Includes "Midnight", "Boo Boo Stick Beat", "Blackjack", and "Blue Moon Of Kentucky". 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Red vinyl pressing.)

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Chet AtkinsYestergroovin/Lover's Guitar ... CD
RCA/Vocalion (UK), 1969/1970. New Copy ... $16.99
Two late 60s RCA albums from Chet Atkins – back to back on a single CD! On Yestergroovin, Chet Atkins is groovin, but in a yesterday sort of way – hence the title of this sweet set from the start of the 70s! The record still has plenty of that excellent Atkins guitar work right up front in the mix – picking and strumming with the sublime sound that Chet created in the Nashville studios of RCA – in a mode that's maybe got some even jazzier currents on the guitar at times than some of his previous records – an upfront quality to the way the instrument steps up in the mix, especially on some of the more contemporary numbers. Titles include the slightly funky "Tennessee Pride", plus "Bring Me Sunshine", "Country Champagne", "Steeplechase Lane", "Yestergroovin", "Liberty", and "Gotta Travel On". Lover's Guitar is a record that has Chet Atkins working with arrangements from his own pen, and those of conductor Bill McElhiney – in a mode that's got the mellower touches you'd expect from the title – as Chet gently works his guitar magic on a set of ballads that include "The Look Of Love", "Until It's Time For You To Go", "If I Should Lose You", "Estudio Brillante", and "La Madrugada". (Now Sound, Folk/Country) CD

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Sir Richard BishopSalvador Kali ... LP
Revenant/Exiled, 1998. New Copy 2LP ... $25.99
Really beautiful sounds from Sir Richard Bishop – a set recorded in the late 90s, but delivered with a feel that takes us back to late 60s albums by folks like Sandy Bull, John Fahey, or Peter Walker! Bishop plays a range of guitars – plus piano and harmonium, too – on these long-drawn tracks that bring in some global currents of styles, but often have a very open, hypnotic vibe – very much like some of Bull's most compelling music, but maybe even more organic, given the level of presentation. The set features the very extended "Al Darazi" – plus "Cadaques", "Burning Caravan", "Rasheed", "Morella", "Hadley", "Kamakya", and "Pedro's Last Ride". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited to 500 copies – first time on vinyl, and unique 3-sided pressing!)

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✨✧ VariousMichigan Box – 1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels (10 CD set) ... CD
Be! (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 10CD (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A HUGE collection of rare rockabilly, surf-styled instrumentals, proto garage stormers and other lost treasures from the late 50s and early 60s scenes in Michigan – wild numbers from regional indie labels like Fortune, Nu-Sound, Oasis, Bel-Mar, Happy Hearts, Thumb and many more – with 332 tracks on 10 CDs! Detroit, Ann Arbor and other points in the great state of Michigan have ALWAYS been a hotbed of primal rockers, both famous and obscure, and this massive box set is one of the richest treasure troves of rare Michigan rock we've ever seen! It comes with a massive 200+ page hardcover book, which is a beautiful historical record even on it's own, with notes on the scene(s) – including the many artists, record labels and recording studios – plus essays by local legends. Includes great tracks by The Blue Echoes, The Millionaires, The Princetons Five, The Continental Four, The Scavengers, Barry Ray, The Tikis, Jim Myers & His Gems, Danny & The Galaxies, The Starlighters, Angie & The Monacos, Johnny & The Drifters and The Torquays to name but a few. A really amazing set – and it's worth every penny! (Rock, Folk/Country) CD

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✨✧ VariousTexas Box – 1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels (10 CD set) ... CD
Be! (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 10CD (reissue)... Out Of Stock
An insane collection of rare work from the Texas underground of the early rock years – served up here on 10 CDs, with a whopping 330 tracks in all, and a stunning hardcover book that lays out details on the labels, music, and studios in 200 full color pages! The presentation is very much in the best Bear Family mode – with a surprising amount of historical detail, loads of rare images and label scans, and a level of production that makes the music sparkle almost as much as if you stumbled upon a box of all these singles in their rare original format! The book runs through the Texas indie scene – covering labels from Action to Zip Records, with dozens of labels in between – and there's even a very cool section on the pressing plants used to make the singles, with details we've never seen before. But the music is the real driving force here – raw Texas tracks from the late 50s and early 60s – some rockabilly, some with a bit more twang, and a few with a pre-garage sound that's mighty nice. Artists include Cecil Moore, Larry Wheeler, Mike Sanchez, Al Davis, Huey Long, Gary Middleton, The Catalina, Bobby Doyle, Blackwell Twins, Lawrence Flippo, Euel Hall, Charlie Brown, Beamon Forse, Starfires, and countless others! (Rock, Folk/Country) CD

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