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Errol DixonBlues In The Pot ... LP
London, 1968. Very Good+ ... $19.99
An album that definitely cooks nicely, and with the same sort of rootsy feel that you'd find in American revivalist blues of the same time! Dixon's working here on the London scene, and playing piano – an instrument that seemed to garner as much respect with bluesmen overseas as the guitar did back in the US. Titles include "Confusion Blues", "I Love My Baby", "Hot Summer", "The Pot", "I Done Found Out", and "Hot Sausage". LP, Vinyl record album
(US stereo pressing. Cover has some light wear.)
 
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Taj MahalHidden Treasures Of Taj Mahal 1969 to 1973 (180 gram vinyl) ... LP
Columbia, Late 60s/Early 70s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $14.99
A definite treasure from Taj Mahal – especially for fans of his excellent early work for Columbia Records! The first CD in the package features unreleased studio tracks recorded during the glory days for Columbia – not rough cuts or demos, but well-finished gems that offer up the same sublime mix of modes – a bit of blues with plenty of soul – that you'd expect from Taj! Titles include "Shady Grove", "Butter", "Yan Nah Mama Loo", "Chainey Do", "Sweet Mama Janisse", "Ain't Gwaine Whistle Dixie", and "Jacob's Ladder". CD two features more rare treats – a full concert recorded in London in 1970 – never issued before, and really well-produced. Titles include "Runnin By The Riverside", "Big Fat", "Diving Duck Blues", "Bacon Fat", "Tomorrow May Not Be Your Day", and "Checkin Up On My Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
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Big Mama ThorntonIn Europe ... CD
Arhoolie, 1965. Used ... $8.99
Big Mama Thornton may well be best-remembered as the woman who gave the world "Hound Dog" – which later catapulted Elvis to fame – but over the years she continued to be a hell of a singer, with a rich legacy of music that more than stands on its own! Witness this mid 60s performance from London – with the singer backed by small group instrumentation that includes Shakey Horton on harmonica, Eddie Boyd on piano and organ, and a young Buddy Guy on guitar – players who are definitely blues, but who often bring some slight funky soul currents to the music, too – which seems to give Thornton one of her best showcases ever on record. The album's a gem – maybe one of her best – and titles include "Down Home Shake Down", "Sweet Little Angel", "The Place", "Little Red Rooster", "Swing It On home", and "Session Blues". CD

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✨✧ Big Mama ThorntonIn Europe (red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Arhoolie, 1965. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Big Mama Thornton may well be best-remembered as the woman who gave the world "Hound Dog" – which later catapulted Elvis to fame – but over the years she continued to be a hell of a singer, with a rich legacy of music that more than stands on its own! Witness this mid 60s performance from London – with the singer backed by small group instrumentation that includes Shakey Horton on harmonica, Eddie Boyd on piano and organ, and a young Buddy Guy on guitar – players who are definitely blues, but who often bring some slight funky soul currents to the music, too – which seems to give Thornton one of her best showcases ever on record. The album's a gem – maybe one of her best – and titles include "Down Home Shake Down", "Sweet Little Angel", "The Place", "Little Red Rooster", "Swing It On home", and "Session Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 500 – red vinyl pressing)
 
 
 



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