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Blues — LPs

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James CottonPure Cotton ... LP
Verve, 1968. Very Good- ... $11.99
The second Verve album from James Cotton, and oddly a rootsier effort than the first! While Cotton's debut often had some more soul-styled grooves in the mix, this one's a lot more stripped-down and bluesy – in a style that echoes Chess Records from a decade before! Cotton plays harmonica and sings, and other instrumentation includes guitar, organ, bass, drums, and tambourine – all used in standard late 60s bluesy modes – that revivalist approach to the genre that helped shift its audiences in the 70s. Titles include "Soul Survivor", "Heart Attack", "Lovin Cup", "She's Murder", "Somethin You Got", "The Creeper", and "Down At Your Buryin". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear.)

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Noble WattsBlast Off – 1950s New York Rhythm & Blues Instrumentals ... LP
Baton/Flyright (UK), Late 50s. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Great Baton Records singles form Noble "Thin Man" Watts – plus more rare tracks too – titles that include "Easy Going (parts 1 & 2)", "Shakin", "Flap Jack", "The Slide", "The Creep", "Hot Tamales", "Blast Off", "The Beaver", "Great Times", and "The Frog Hop". (Soul, Blues) LP, Vinyl record album

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