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VariousGreatest Soul Divas – 75 Original Classics (3CD set) ... CD
Not Two (UK), Late 50s/1960s. Used 3 CDs ... Just Sold Out!
Music from Dionne Warwick, Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Barbara Lynn, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Dee Dee Sharp, Tammy Montgomery, the Shirelles, Ruth Brown, the Crystals, Mary Wells & more. CD

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✨✧ VariousAge/Chief Blues Story ... CD
Fuel, Late 50s/Early 60s. Used 2 CDs ... Out Of Stock
A great collection of work from the Age and Chief record labels – both tiny imprints in the Windy City, but key contributors to the Chicago blues scene! Age and Chief never had the earth-shaking attention of Chess – but they worked in very much the same territory, and helped to document an electrifying scene that really helped shape the sound of modern music for generations to come. A number of the cuts here are early work by artists who would break bigger in the 70s college blues generation – and others show a strong link between blues and early soul, before things got sorted out a lot more strongly at the end of the 60s. The set features 36 tracks in all – with cuts that include "I Can't Believe It" by Frank Butler, "Messing With The Kid" by Junior Wells, "Cry For Me Baby" by Elmore James, "Did You Ever Love Somebody" by G Davy Crockett, "I Feel So Strange" by Bobby & Lucy, "Shine On" by Lillian Offitt, "Universal Rock" by Earl Hooker & Junior Wells, "Blues For Sonny" by Sonny Lantz, "Ouch" by Ricky Allen, "I Stay Mad" by AC Reed, and "Bright Sounds" by Big Moose & The Jams. CD
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✨✧ Junior WellsBlues Hit Big Town ... LP
States/Delmark, Early 50s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
Some of the first recordings ever from Chicago legend Junior Wells – made for the small States label in the Windy City, many years before Wells exploded out with much greater national fame! The music here has Junior stepping into the same early electric space that Chess Records was cutting at the time – and given the presence of Muddy Waters, Otis Spann, and Willie Dixon on some of these sides – the group's also not far off either! Wells is the main star throughout, though – alternating bold young vocals and razor-sharp harmonica lines – in the company of players who include Louis Myers, Elmore James, and Muddy Waters on guitar, Johnnie Jones and Otis Spann on piano, Willie Dixon on bass, and Odie Payne on drums. Titles include "Hoodoo Man", "Tomorrow Night", "Eagle Rock", "Junior's Wail", "Throw This Poor Dog A Bone", "So All Alone", "Blues Hit Big Town", and "Lovin Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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