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Blues — LPs

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VariousAtlantic Blues – Piano ... LP
Atlantic, 1950s. Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold ... $3.99
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Otis RushMourning In The Morning ... LP
Atlantic, 1969. Very Good+ ... Just Sold Out!
A funky bit of blues from Otis Rush – the guitarist's debut album, and a surprisingly great batch of tracks recorded at Fame Studios! Production is by Mike Bloomfield and Nick Gravenites, who are clearly going for more of a crossover sound than Rick Hall might have given the set – but that approach is a strong one, as it really brings a hard focus on Rush's guitar, and sets his slyly sliding vocals a bit more back in the mix. Sweet electric Chicago blues before it got over-Alligatorized – with tracks that include "Feel So Bad", "Baby I Love You So", "Me", "Working Man", "You're Killing My Love", and "Can't Wait No Longer" – the last 4 of which were written by Bloomfield and Gravenites. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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✨✧ Otis RushMourning In The Morning (French pressing) ... LP
Atlantic (France), 1969. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
A funky bit of blues from Otis Rush – the guitarist's debut album, and a surprisingly great batch of tracks recorded at Fame Studios! Production is by Mike Bloomfield and Nick Gravenites, who are clearly going for more of a crossover sound than Rick Hall might have given the set – but that approach is a strong one, as it really brings a hard focus on Rush's guitar, and sets his slyly sliding vocals a bit more back in the mix. Sweet electric Chicago blues before it got over-Alligatorized – with tracks that include "Feel So Bad", "Baby I Love You So", "Me", "Working Man", "You're Killing My Love", and "Can't Wait No Longer" – the last 4 of which were written by Bloomfield and Gravenites. LP, Vinyl record album
(70s French pressing. Cover has a cut corner.)

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✨✧ T Bone WalkerT Bone Blues ... LP
Atlantic, Early 60s. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
Later work from T-Bone, but very much in the style of his best R&B work! The album features small group backings that do the best to bring out the jazzier side of T-Bone's style – one that was a direct influence on countless jazz funk guitarists in later years – and players include Plas Johnson, Earl Palmer, Lloyd Glenn, and Barney Kessell playing some second guitar. Titles include "T Bone Blues", "Papa Ain't Salty", "Two Bones & A Pick", "Mean Old World", "T Bone Shuffle", and "Blues For Marili". LP, Vinyl record album
(70s Canadian pressing.)

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VariousBlues Piano Chicago Plus – Blues Originals Vol 4 ... LP
Atlantic, Early 50s. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $9.99
Great 50s material recorded in Chicago – with work by Floyd Dixon, Little Brother Montgomery, Little Johnny Jones, Frank Sweet Williams, and Meade Lux Lewis. LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a cutout notch.)

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VariousRoots Of The Blues ... LP
Atlantic, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... $11.99
One of the great documents Alan Lomax put together for Atlantic records in the 60s in his Southern Folk Heritage series, featuring ethnographic recordings of rural black music. While the title of this album says it's the "roots" of the blues, there's no shortage of straight up country blues on here, and some great raw documents at that. 13 numbers in all, including "Jim & John","Chevrolet" and "Oree" by Lonnie Young, "The Wild Ox Moan" by Vera Hall, "Been Drinkin' Water Out Of A Hollow Log", "Shake 'Em On Down" and "Freight Train Blues" by Fred McDowell, "All Night Long" by Miles Pratcher, "Levee Camp Reminiscence", "Train Time" and "Drink On Little Girl" by Forest City Joe and "Levee Camp Holler" and "Eighteen Hammers" by Johnny Lee Moore. LP, Vinyl record album
(Red & green label pressing. Cover has a cutout notch and some staining on the bottom few inches.)
 
 
 



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