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Stomp GordonDamp Rag – The Killa Dilla From Columbus, Ohio (10 inch LP & CD) ... LP
Bear Family (Germany), Mid 50s. New Copy ... $34.99 46.99
The lost legacy of Stomp Gordon – a hard-wailing artist who should have been a crucial force in the early years of rock and roll – had an early death not taken him away from us all too soon! Stomp plays piano with the dexterity of the best postwar players of his generation, but also sings in an upbeat R&B mode too – mixing his work on the keys with his deeply soulful vocals – on tracks that are almost all originals, and full of fire throughout! Gordon recorded this music for Decca, Mercury, Chess, and Savoy – and the set features ten tracks on a cool 10" LP, and seventeen on the included CD – which also features some other non-Gordon material too. Titles include "Damp Rag", "Dragnet", "Oooh Yes", "Ride Superman Ride", "Hide The Bottle", "What's Her Whimsey Dr Kinsey", "Devil's Daughter", "The Grind", and "Don't Do Me That Way". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes a 10 inch LP, a CD, and a booklet of notes!)

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✨✧ Jerry ReedRockin US Male (10 inch 45 rpm LP & CD set) ... LP
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 10 inch 45 rpm LP & CD set ... $34.99 46.99
Most folks know Jerry Reed as a country music superstar in the 70s – but long before those days, he was a journeyman rock and roller – using his guitar in a fantastic way, penning his own tunes, and cutting some killer cuts for labels Capitol, Columbia, and GRC! This set brings together the best of those early rockabilly numbers, and includes a few later rockers for RCA as well – all as a fresh testament both to the hard-wailing power of Reed as a singer, and his amazing skills on the guitar – already sharp here, long before Elvis discovered Jerry and brought him into the studio to play on versions of a few of his songs! The package is great – a 10" LP with a dozen key tracks – including "When I Found You", "You Make It They Take It", "Bessie Baby", "Heart Appeal", "US Male", "Hit & Run", "Have Blues Will Travel", "Rockin In Bagdad", "I've Had Enough", and "In My Own Backyard" – plus a bonus CD that features 25 tracks in all – some from the LP, lots more that aren't – including work with Ric Cartey and The Rockateers. Also comes with a booklet of notes, and a bonus insert too! LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousHave Yourself Another Swingin Little Christmas – More Fingerpoppin Tunes For Your Holiday Season (red vinyl pressing) ... LP
Bear Family (Germany), New Copy ... About September 15, 2022
... LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousLeft Behind – 13 Black & White Rockers From The Felsted Vaults (10 inch yellow vinyl LP & CD) ... LP
Felsted/Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 10 inch LP & CD ... $34.99 46.99
A totally wonderful package, and one that offers a deep dip into the surprisingly strong rock and roll side of the Felsted label! Felsted is best known as the home to pop hits, jazz artists, and easy listening records – but the company also managed to record some killer singles in the early years of rock and roll – most of which we'd never heard before this fantastic set! The package is as cool as the music itself – a perfect presentation of raw rockers that has 13 tracks on a 10" vinyl release, and a whopping 34 titles on the CD that's included in the package – along with a full color booklet of label scans and notes on the music! The sound is nice and raw – much more like some Memphis indie than you'd guess from Felsted – and the set includes work by The Five Fleets, DC Washington, David Orrell, The Admiral Tones, Charlie Gracie, The Roosters, LaVern STovall, Mickey Michaels, Vince Maloy, and many others. LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition – with bonus CD and illustrated booklet!)

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✨✧ VariousBeale Street Beats – Home Of The Blues Vol 1 (10 inch LP) ... LP
Home Of The Blues/Bear Family (Germany), Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Great work from the Memphis scene of the early 60s, served up here by one of the city's smaller independent labels – not Stax, Sun, or Hi Records – but the much smaller Home Of The Blues, an important imprint who helped bridge the worlds of R&B and soul at the start of the 60s! At some level, the company owes a lot to King Records – as they carried forth a legacy of that company's R&B work, and also picked up a few of its artists too – while also moving things forward into more soul-based modes, with help from a young Willie Mitchell – who worked for Home Of The Blues in the studio before moving onto greater fame at HI! Titles on this first set are some great nuggets from the HOTB vaults – titles that include "You're So Hard To Pleas" by Willie Cobbs, "Rocking All The Time" by Roy Brown, "Teenage Letter" by Billy Lee Riley, "Goofball" by The 5 Royales, "Sugar Baby" by Roy Brown, "Thirty Five Thirty" by Willie Mitchell, "Little Schoolgirl" by Larry Birdsong, "Home Of The Blues" by Sammy Lawhorn, and "Search No More" by Jimmy Dotson. LP, Vinyl record album
(Very cool 10" package!)

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✨✧ VariousBlue Moon & Bella Records (45 rpm 10 inch yellow vinyl LP) ... LP
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rare sounds from the South Bay scene – completely rare singles from two tiny labels both owned by the same guy – Blue Moon and Bella Records, each of which issued only a handful of records apiece! Yet despite that fact, there's a rock-solid quality here that maybe matches some of the best indies of the Tennessee and Louisiana scenes of the time – served up with a similar ear for twang-heavy groups that maybe still have a bit of the hillbilly left in their sound, somewhere in the background – but who are definitely rockers right up front! The package is great – a very cool 45rpm 10" piece of vinyl – and a big booklet of notes and photos about the artists and the label – with titles that include "Bon Bom Baby" by Joe Jaros, "Bom Du Wa" by Toby & Ray, "The Mortal Monster Man" by The Savoys, "You're Like A Butterfly" by Chuck Royal & The Sharpsters, "Jugue" by The Downbeats, "Gonna Be Loved" by Linda & The Epics, "Turkey Neck Stretch" by Gradie O'Neal & The Bella Tones, "I've Got A Baby" by Clyde Arnold & The Sharps, and "Jo Ann Jo Ann" by Johnny Amelio. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousLittle Heart Attacks From North Carolina – Rockabilly & Rock N Roll From Little Oak Records (10 inch LP, booklet, & CD set) ... LP
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A very cool little package – one that comes in a 10" record jacket, features a 10" record, and also a bonus booklet of notes and a CD with lots more music too – all to document the ultra-rare Oak Records label – a small company that put out some real killers at the end of the 50s! Oak was a tiny imprint way out in tobacco country in North Carolina, but they had a great ear for some homegrown talent who really knew how to knock a tune out in the studio – the kind of cuts that would leap right from the grooves of an indie 45, at a level that's made these gems some top-shelf treasures for collectors over the years. The package features 12 tracks on the LP, 25 on the CD, and comes with a full color booklet of notes and images, telling the Oak Records story – alongside cuts that include "My Honey My Honda" by Frank Rice, "Haystack Rock & Roll" by P Jay & The Haystackers, "Little Heart Attacks" by Glenn Johnson & The Acorns, "Sweet Thing" by Bobby Green & The Sportsmen, "Run Here Honey" by Glenn Johnson & The Acorns, "Liza Jane Bop" by Don Hager & The Hot Tots, "Dr Nack's Tom Cat" by Frank Rice, "Bermudas" by Big Jay Mercer, "Little Heart Attacks" by Bobby Green & The Sportsmen, and "Sure Is A Cryin Shame" by Big Jay Mercer. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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