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JT BrownWindy City Boogie ... CD
Delmark, Mid 50s. Used ... $7.99
JT Brown on tenor and vocals – with piano from Little Brother Montgomery, bass from Willie Dixon, and piano and organ from Lafayette Leake! CD

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Syl JohnsonMs Fine Brown Frame ... LP
Erect/Boardwalk, 1982. Near Mint- ... $6.99
A bit of a comeback for Chicago soul legend Syl Johnson – a set initially recorded for the smaller indie Erect, but picked up for bigger distribution by Boardwalk thanks to a catchy title hit! The sound here is quite different from Syl's Twinight or Hi Records years – still a bit bluesy overall, but also going for a much tighter boogie-based groove – in keeping with the sound of Erect at the time. Johnson's vocals still retain that nice kind of pinch that shows his down home roots, but the instrumentation is much tighter than before – often in an electric mode that's a bit like Malaco in the 80s, only slicker. Syl produced the record with General Crook – and titles include the nice groover "Ms Fine Brown Frame", plus "Sweet Thing", "You Don't Have To Go", "It Ain't Easy", "Groove Me", and "Keep On Loving Me". LP, Vinyl record album

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Geraldo PinoBoogie Fever (with bonus download) ... LP
PMG (Austria), 1978. New Copy (reissue)... $23.99
Late 70s work from Geraldo Pino – the artist who was credited as being one of the first musicians to bring the styles of James Brown to play in West Africa – still grooving hard here at the other end of the decade! The album's got a clubby vibe in parts – the "boogie" that you'd expect from the title – but like some of the best Nigerian efforts of this time, there's a very freewheeling interpretation of the style – so that things are often plenty offbeat, even when you think they're heading into familiar territory – filled with the criss-crossing of rhythms and cultures we love in Pino's other music, and recorded with a very gritty production style overall! The whole thing's plenty damn funky – in a way that matches the best energy of some of the more underground New York club 12" singles of the period – and titles include "Ganja", "Shake Shake Shake", "African Hustle", "Dance For Love", and "Boogie Fever". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes download!)

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VariousBest Of Harlem & Jax Records Vol 3 – More Rockin Blues & Boogie ... CD
H & J, 1950s. Used ... $8.99
Includes tracks by Lightnin Hopkins, Bobby Harris, Brownie McGhee, James Wayne, Ray Abrams, Arbee Stidham, and Bob Gaddy & His Keys. CD

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VariousPhiladelphia Boogie ... CD
Collectables, Late 40s/1950s/1960s. Used ... $3.99
Music from Lee Brown, Dossie Terry, James Carter, Duke Groner, Variety Chocolate Bars, Len McCall, Harry Dial, Jessie Price, Maxwell Davis, Great Gates & Jimmie Grissom & the Blenders. CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode & booklet.)

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✨✧ Delmore BrothersFreight Train Boogie – King Recordings 1946 to 1951 ... CD
King/Ace (UK), Late 40s/Early 50s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Sublime sounds from one of the best harmony duos in the hillbilly business – Delmore Brothers Alton and Rabon, sounding completely wonderful here on an early selection of singles cut for King Records! The music's definitely got some of the harmonies and acoustic elements from more bluegrass-oriented acts of the time – but there also almost seems to be a touch of King Records blues in the approach, too – given the way the electric guitar can be used to sharpen the edges of the music, and harmonica lines can help give the vocals a special sort of inflection – especially when they take off on their solos. The blend is great – almost a pre-war mode, from the early 78rpm days when musical genres weren't so ironed-down – and in a way, singles like these also really point the way towards some of the mixing of modes to come a few years later in the rockabilly years. Titles include "Blues You Never Lose", "Muddy Water", "Mobile Blues", "Boogie Woogie Baby", "Trouble Ain't Nothin But The Blues", "Kentucky Mountain", "Used Car Blues", "Weary Day", Blues Stay Away From Me", "Brown's Ferry Blues", and "Take It To The Captain". (And in case you're wondering, there's lots of tracks on this set that aren't on Ace Records' "acetate" collection of Delmore Brothers recordings – and vice-versa!) CD

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✨✧ Geraldo PinoBoogie Fever ... CD
PMG (Austria), 1978. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Late 70s work from Geraldo Pino – the artist who was credited as being one of the first musicians to bring the styles of James Brown to play in West Africa – still grooving hard here at the other end of the decade! The album's got a clubby vibe in parts – the "boogie" that you'd expect from the title – but like some of the best Nigerian efforts of this time, there's a very freewheeling interpretation of the style – so that things are often plenty offbeat, even when you think they're heading into familiar territory – filled with the criss-crossing of rhythms and cultures we love in Pino's other music, and recorded with a very gritty production style overall! The whole thing's plenty damn funky – in a way that matches the best energy of some of the more underground New York club 12" singles of the period – and titles include "Ganja", "Shake Shake Shake", "African Hustle", "Dance For Love", and "Boogie Fever". CD
Also available Boogie Fever (with bonus download) ... LP 23.99

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✨✧ Robert Pete WilliamsLouisiana Blues (180 gram brown vinyl pressing) ... LP
Takoma/4 Men With Beards, 1967. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A bruised-up beautiful blues record from Robert Pete Williams – the excellent, individualistic guitar and voice should-be classic that is his Louisiana Blues! Woke up this mornin' country blues tradition is in the marrow of Williams' craft – but nothing he does on this set feels like anything but the realest of the real deal, and his playing is unfailingly unique. He plays in keys just to the left of familiar, his notes unpredictable from one pluck to the next, but never self-consciously out there or different for the sake of it. It's genuine blues and his weary, expressive voice serves the playing perfectly. Titles include "Somebody Help Poor Me", "Freight-Train Blues", "It's Hard To Tell", "Motherless Children Have A Hard Time", "Ugly", "So Long Boogie", and "It's A Long Old Road". LP, Vinyl record album
(Limited edition of 600 bottleneck brown vinyl – with a booklet of notes, too!)

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Stanley TurrentineCommon Touch ... LP
Blue Note, 1968. Very Good+ ... $14.99
A really great later Blue Note session from Stanley Turrentine – a small combo set that's almost a return to the format of earlier years! The group's a strong one – and features Shirley Scott on organ, Jimmy Ponder on guitar, and Idris Muhammad on drums – playing in a style that's subtler and more laidback than his work with Lou Donaldson, but which still has a nice funk undercurrent. Stan's horn is in wonderful form on the record – really taking advantage of the longer tracks to open up with a mellow and exploratory tone – and the team of Scott and Ponder especially sounds great next to each other on the album. Tracks include "Boogaloo", "Buster Brown", and "Common Touch". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original Liberty pressing. Cover has light wear.)

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VariousChoice : A Collection Of Classics – Kenny Dope (mixed) ... CD
Azuli (UK), 1970s/Early 80s. Used 2CD ... $14.99
Quite possibly our favorite entry in this excellent series – thanks to some wonderful choices from Kenny Dope! Kenny's always been our man for a groove – and here he dips into the crates to pull out some of his favorite club tracks from the 70s and early 80s – an assortment of disco, boogie, and other groovers that fit together beautifully – and which are presented here in all their unmixed original brilliance! The package is a dancefloor extravaganza to rival the classic Disco Forever sets on BBE – and this 2CD mixed version features a blend of 17 tracks on the first disc and 12 tracks on the second. Disc 1 includes a mix of "Confusion" by Fantastic Aleems, "Evil" by Earth, Wind & Fire, "Groove On Down" by Dunn Pearson, "Do What You Gotta Do" by Eddie Drennon, "Till You Surrender" by Rainbow Brown, "Open Sesame" by Kool & The Gang, "Advice From Father" by Buari, "I Need You" by Sylvestor and more! Disc 2 includes a mix of "It Takes A Minute" by Tavares, "Together Forever" by Exodus, "Satisfied" by James Brown, "Energy Level" by BT Express, "Sound Table" by Cameo and more! CD
(Out of print. Booklet is missing.)

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VariousJumpin' The Blues ... CD
Decca/Ace (UK), Early 50s. New Copy ... $8.99 18.99
A massive amount of R&B material from the vaults of Decca Records – one of the hipper labels of the postwar years – and an imprint that had plenty of big hits in the pop field, but also managed to cut loads of excellent underground work like this! Most of the artists here never scored big for Decca, but they got wonderful treatment by the label – and were really set free in the studio to create some amazing singles – music that has the same early 50s brew of jazz, blues, and R&B that you'd find on Atlantic or King Records at the time! In fact, most of these cuts could easily go head to head with any of the bigger work from those labels – and once again, our hat's off to Ace Records for uncovering so many killer cuts we never would have heard otherwise. 22 titles in all – including "Race Horse" by Tiny Davis, "I'm Gonna Rock" by Connie Jordan, "We're Gonna Rock This Morning" by Doles Dickens, "Chitlins" by James Von Streeter & His Wig Poppers, "Hobo Boogie" by Joey Thomas, "Rock Little Baby" by Cecil Gant, "Yes Ya Do" by John Godfrey Trio, "Six Hundred Block" by Waymon Brown, "Block Buster Boogie" by Cecil Payne, "Take Out Your False Teeth Daddy" by Margie Day, and "Damp Rag" by Stomp Gordon. CD

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VariousNew York Sound – From The East Coast To The Future ... CD
BGP (UK), Late 70s/Early 80s. New Copy ... Just Sold Out!
Seminal club tracks from the New York underground at the end of the 70s – a host of killer singles from the Spring, Vanguard, and Posse labels – all in a fantastic blend of boogie, disco, electro, and soul! The work here is easily some of the most sophisticated to come out of the east coast club scene at the time – a real return to indie genius after disco broke heavily in the mainstream, almost a reinvention of the groove with a host of new elements! Some of these tunes will be familiar, but they're presented here in their full extended versions next to others that have been un-reissued for years – making the set an essential batch of tunes that really gets at the best sound of New York from these years! 10 long tracks in all – including "Over Like A Fat Rat" by Fonda Rae, "It Ain't No Big Thing" by Rainbow Brown, "Money (Dollar Bill Y'All)" by Jimmy Spicer, "Charley Says (Roller Boogie Baby)" by King Tim III, "Wired For Games" by C-Bank, "Rockin It" by MC Flex & The FBI Crew, "Electric Kingdom" by Twilight 22, "Is This The Future" by Fatback, "Love Hangover" by Players Association, and "You Keep On Making Me Hot" by Busta Jones. CD

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✨✧ Eddie Cano & His QuintetBrought Back Live From PJ's ... LP
Dunhill, 1967. New Copy (reissue)... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Stunning stuff – and one of the best-ever Latin soul albums of all time! Despite the fact that Eddie Cano's earlier albums are more in a Latin easy mode, this late 60's side for Dunhill is totally smoking – and probably his greatest album ever! Forgive the superlatives, but we're totally serious on this one – as the set's a firey batch of Latin instrumentals, with a slammin' boogaloo groove all the way through – filled with mad percussion, jazzy piano riffs, and a non-stop groove that's totally great. The set was recorded live at PJ's nightclub, and it's a non-stop Latin Soul party that includes massive originals like "Slip Slip", "Brown & Blue", "Miro Como Es", and "Don't Ever Change" – plus smoking covers of "El Pito" and "Louie Louie". The set screams with excitement, and is as great as the album is rare! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Les ParisiennesL'Integrale 1964 to 1969 (3CD) ... CD
Philips/Fremeaux & Associates (France), Late 60s. New Copy 3 CDs ... Out Of Stock
The complete work of Les Parisiennes – a lovely female French pop group from the 60s – supervised by pianist Claude Bolling! The 3CD package brings together all the quartet's music for Philips Records in the mid 60s – a surprisingly big batch of recordings, given that most of them were done in the space of four short years – and presented here with an equally big range of styles to match! Some of the tunes are done in that older-styled, jazz boogie mode that Bolling used in his own instrumental work – but others are sweeter, lighter, and show echoes of the other pop modes going down in Paris during the 60s. The group's an under-discovered gem from these key French pop years – and the 71 track package features titles that include "Je Te Desteste", "Ce Soir A St Tropez", "Les Parisiennes", "File Le Temps", "Il Flotte", "Paris Je T'Aime D'Amor", "Theme De Borsalino", "Bonnie & Clyde", "Boom Band A Bang", "Jimmy Brown", "Les Zozos", "Le Tunnel Sous La Manche", "Les Frites", "La Salade", "Hans", "Mickey Tintin Et Spirou", and "Dans La Poche Du Kangourou". CD

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Graham Bond & Pete BrownTwo Heads Are Better Than One ... LP
Chapter One/Vinilisssimo (Spain), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... $24.99
A ramshackle batch of early 70s post psychedelic rock from Pete Brown & Graham Bond – with an indelible groove thanks to the healthy portions of bluesy and soulful influences – on a wild batch of songs! You might actually expect an even trippier ride given some of the outlandish song times, Cream and Jack Bruce lyricist Brown does fly the flag for post hippie freakiness, but the underlying groove and rhythms and sweeter female vocal accompaniment hold it together – with some trumpet, sax, electric keys and percussion bringing a deeper dimension than other stuff in the leftfield British rock scene of the time. Titles include "Lost Tribe", "Ig The Pig", "Oobati", "Amazing Grass", "Scunthorpe Crabmeat", "Train Sideways Boogie Shuffle Stomp", "Colonel Frights' Dancing Terrapins", "Mass Debate" and "Looking For Time". LP, Vinyl record album

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James BrownOriginal Disco Man ... CD
Polydor/Elemental (France), 1979. New Copy ... $16.99
Forget the "disco" in the title, because the album's not really disco – or at least not in a way that any disco fan would agree to – just more of a dancefloor-oriented approach to the heavy funk that James had always been cutting in the 70s! Tracks are longer and more uptempo than on earlier albums – with stronger basslines, and a punchier overall sound that goes for catchy hooks and the kind of shouted, striking lyrics that made James stand out from the pack. Production and arrangements are by Brad Shapiro, of southern soul fame – and that fact gives the album a deeper feel than you'd expect from a disco cash-in set. Titles include "It's Too Funky In Here", "Star Generation", "Still", "The Original Disco Man", "Let The Boogie Do The Rest", and "Women Are Something Else". CD

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✨✧ Champion Jack Dupree with Brownie McGheeLow Down Blues ... LP
Continental, 1961. Very Good Gatefold ... $39.99
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(Vinyl has marks that click on "Mean Old Frisco" and "Talkin Boogie". Cover has some splitting on the top seam and a small peeled spot filled with marker on back.)

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Brownie McGhee & Sonny TerryBack Country Blues ... CD
Southern Routes, Late 40s/Early 50s. New Copy ... $7.99 13.99
The team of Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee may be best remembered as a folk-blues act from their later recordings – but back at the start, on tracks like this, the duo had a nicely raw vibe – and a fair bit of R&B in their approach! Much of this work was recorded for the Savoy label – and a good number of tracks feature just Brownie without Terry, and some of those numbers are especially jazzy – and showcase a style of singing that's almost got more of a west coast postwar vibe than most of his other work. CD features a whopping 27 tracks in all – a very beautiful collection of these key early sides – and titles include "Diamond Ring", "Dissatisfied Blues", "I Was Fooled", "So Much Trouble", "My Fault", "Bad Nerves", "I'd Love To Love You", "True Blues", "Anna Mae", and "Robbie Doby Boogie". CD

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✨✧ Sir Lattimore BrownThis Is Lattimore's World ... LP
77 Records/Sound Stage 7, Early 70s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the few rare full LPs on the Sound Stage Seven label – and a collection of excellent late 60s singles by Sir Lattimore Brown (not to be confused with the Latimore from Miami!) The tracks have a bluesy Tennessee soul groove to them – with some great mellow numbers, and a few harder tracks that have a nice sockin soul sound! Includes the 2 part version of "Otis Is Gone", plus "Boogaloo Sue", "Bless Your Heart", "I've Got Everything (My Baby Needs)", "So Says My Heart", and "Don't Trust No One". Sublime southern soul – from the hands of John Richbourg! LP, Vinyl record album
(Japanese pressing, from 1978 – in great shape! Cover has a tiny seam split on the bottom, but is great overall.)

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Ray Camacho BandReach Out ... CD
PMG (Austria), 1980. New Copy ... $13.99
Brilliant brown-eyed soul from Ray Camacho – an artist who was previously known for more border-styled work with his Teardrops band, but who steps out here with a surprisingly great blend of electric jazz and boogie! The approach is wonderful – a real re-direction of Ray's earlier groove into even more soulful territory – handled with that unique fusion that was happening in just a few of the best Texas spots, like the scene in Austin at the time. The album's equal parts soul and funk, but still has a few Latin roots too – and had this gem come out on Fantasy Records at the time, it would have pushed Ray and group into much headier territory. But we're also happy the set's been undiscovered for so many years (consider it our little secret) – and titles include "Reach Out", "Diggin Deep", "Shake What You Got", "Nobody But You", "Nothing But A Party", and "What A Day". CD
 
 
 



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