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VariousZydeco (Arhoolie) ... LP
Arhoolie, Late 40s/Early 60s. Near Mint- ... $13.99
A great introduction to the music, handled in the best Arhoolie fashion – with one side of material recorded by the label in the early 60s, and another side pulled from Library Of Congress recordings in the 30s and 40s! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Agustin Gurza/Jonathan Clark/Chris StrachwitzArhoolie Foundation's Strachwitz Frontera Collection Of Mexican & Mexican American Recordings ... Book
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2012. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A fascinating look at the world of Mexican music in the 20th Century – put together in collaboration with Arhoolie Records, the label that's done plenty to reissue the music over the years! The book begins with the huge archive of recordings by the label's founder, Chris Strachwitz – then takes off in a number of different streams – providing historical context, critical evaluation, and even some discographical details – in the form of various lists and sections of music. The book looks at some key styles too – including corridos and mariachi, traced both through Mexican recordings, and US singles by Mexican-Americans – and the whole thing is only the tip of the iceberg, in relation to the 40,000 recordings that have been digitized by the University Of California Library as part of the project. Still, there's plenty here to get you started – a huge amount of information that's even more inspirational than some of Arhoolie's great reissues over the years – in an oversized book that's 226 pages, softcover, with many black and white images too. Book
 
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ChatuyeHeartbeat In The Music ... CD
Arhoolie, 1992. Used ... $1.99
... CD

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CJ Chenier & The New Red Hot Louisiana BandLet Me In Your Heart ... LP
Arhoolie, 1988. Near Mint- ... $6.99
Features the great CJ Chenier, still going strong on accordion and vocals – with a raw cajun sound and great small combo backing! LP, Vinyl record album

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Clifton ChenierBogalusa Boogie ... LP
Arhoolie, 1976. Near Mint- ... $14.99
Red hot zydeco work from Clifton Chenier – one in a number of well-done albums for Arhoolie from the 70s – recorded way out at the Studio In The Country in Bogalusa, LA! Clifton's rocking the grooves on accordion on most numbers, and instrumentation in the combo includes tenor sax and "rubboard". Titles include "Bogalusa Boogie", "Allons A Grand Coteau", "Je Suis En Recolteur", "Ti Na Na", "Come Go Along With Me", and "Ma Mama Ma Dit". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a worn corner.)

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Clifton ChenierBon Ton Roulet ... LP
Arhoolie, Mid 60s. Near Mint- ... $11.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a bumped corner.)

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Earl HookerHis First & Last Recordings ... LP
Arhoolie, Early 50s/1969. Very Good+ ... $19.99
A great set that features some early Memphis recordings by Earl Hooker – plus some later Chicago and Berkely material from the last year of his life – including some cuts on that cool double-necked guitar of his! LP, Vinyl record album
(Nice heavy Arhoolie pressing! Cover has completely split seams, light surface wear, and some aging.)

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Earl HookerTwo Bugs & A Roach ... LP
Arhoolie, 1969. Very Good ... $29.99
A killer late 60s Chicago blues set from Earl Hooker – one of his best! Earl is one of the great blues slide guitarists, and his tone is captured so incredibly well here – songs recorded at Chicago's Sound Studios with impeccable players. Earl sings on "Anna Lee" and "You Don't Want Me", does some conversing with Andrew Odom on the great title track. Louis Meyers contributes some great harmonica on "Anna Lee", with Carey Bell on vocals and harmonica on "Love Ain't A Plaything". Geno Skaggs is on bass, Joe Willie Perkins the keys and Levi Warrens on drums. Other songs include "Off The Hook", "You Don't Love Me" and "Earl Hooker Blues". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red label pressing. Cover has some wear and a split top seam.)

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Joe Turner with Pete JohnsonJumpin The Blues ... LP
Arhoolie, Late 40s. Near Mint- ... $6.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(70s pressing.)

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Sonny Boy WilliamsonKing Biscuit Time EP ... 7-inch
Arhoolie, 1965. Near Mint- ... $8.99
An unusual 7" EP from Arhoolie – material recorded at KFFA in 1965! 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Johnny YoungJohnny Young & His Chicago Blues Band – Featuring Otis Spann & James Cotton ... LP
Arhoolie, 1965. Near Mint- ... $19.99
Features Johnny Young on vocals and guitar, Otis Spann on piano, and James Cotton on harmonica! Titles include "Stealin", "My Train Fare Out Of Town", "I'm Having A Ball", "Wild Wild Woman", "Cross Cut Saw", and "Moaning & Groaning". LP, Vinyl record album
(80s pressing.)

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✨✧ VariousBest Of Sacred Steel – Praise Music From African-American Holiness Pentecostal Churches ... CD
Arhoolie, 1990s/2000s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
African American gospel blues played on Sacred Steel – culled from Arhoolie's excellent, labor of love series of releases celebrating steel guitar praise music played in African American churches – featuring Sonny Treadway, Glenn Lee, Willie Eason, Darick Campbell, Josh Taylor, The Lee Boys, Robert Randolph, Elton Noble, Footie Covington and more. Titles include "Don't Let The Devil Ride:, "Call Him By His Name", by Glenn Lee, "The Train" by Ted Beard, "Without God" by Robert Randolph, "Near The Cross" by Willie Eason and more. 16 tracks in all. CD
(Out of print, punch through barcode.)

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✨✧ VariousCalypsos From Trinidad – Politics, Intrigue & Violence In The 1930s ... CD
Arhoolie, 1930s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great collection – 23 rare tracks! CD
 
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Louisiana RedLouisiana Red – At Onkel Po's Carnegie Hall Hamburg 1977 ... CD
Jazz Line (Germany), 1977. New Copy 2 CDs ... $13.99
Well-recorded material from Louisiana Red – a blues musician who really hit his stride in the 70s, but with a style that feels a lot more vintage overall! Red works here with just vocals and guitar – and a bit of harmonica – in a mode that's like the 60s albums on Arhoolie, but with a really crisp, clear vibe overall – very strong recording quality for a nightclub date. From the spoken bits in between the songs, it's clear that Red's very comfortable in the setting – and that really comes through in his performance, especially the guitar. Titles include "The Whole World", "Good God Woman", "Crime Emotion", "Red's Boogie", "Rock Me", "Too Poor To Die", "Sweet Blood Call", "Goin Down To Louisiana", "Recreation Blues", "Honky Tonk Slide", and "When My Mama Was Living". CD

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VariousAnn Arbor Blues Festival 1969 ... CD
Third Man, 1969. New Copy 2 CDs ... $18.99 19.98
A fantastic document of the first-ever Ann Arbor Blues Festival – the start of a great event that would blossom into other styles of music in the 70s, but which stood as a strong blues-based event in its initial year of 1969! In some ways, the three day series of concerts is a roots answer to Woodstock – which took place just a few weeks before – as the festival featured a great scope of blues talents, from the rootsier sort of artists who were recording for labels like Folkways or Arhoolie, to some of the sharper modern talents rising to the top on Chess or Delmark! The package alone is almost worth the price of admission – beautiful photographs of the event, detailed notes, and the first-ever release of this music – which has sat in the vaults for decades, finally to see the light of day. Titles include "Dirty Mother For You" by Roosevelt Sykes, "So Glad You're Mine" by Arthur Big Boy Crudup, "Everybody Must Suffer/Stone Crazy" by Luther Allison & The Blue Nebulae, "Help Me" by Junior Wells, "I Wonder Why" by Jimmy Dawkins, "Too Much Alcohol" by JB Hutto & His Hawks, "So Many Roads So Many Trains" by Otis Rush, "Long Distance Call" by Muddy Waters, "Off The Wall" by James Cotton Band, "Juanita" by Big Joe Williams, "Jelly Jelly Blues" by Shirley Griffin, "I Feel So Good" by Magic Sam, "Call It Stormy Monday" by T-Bone Walker, "Death Letter Blues" by Son House, "Key To The Highway" by Sam Lay, and "Mojo Hand" by Lightnin Hopkins. CD
Also available Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 – Vol 1 ... LP 22.99

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VariousAnn Arbor Blues Festival 1969 – Vol 1 ... LP
Third Man, 1969. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $22.99 27.98
A fantastic document of the first-ever Ann Arbor Blues Festival – the start of a great event that would blossom into other styles of music in the 70s, but which stood as a strong blues-based event in its initial year of 1969! In some ways, the three day series of concerts is a roots answer to Woodstock – which took place just a few weeks before – as the festival featured a great scope of blues talents, from the rootsier sort of artists who were recording for labels like Folkways or Arhoolie, to some of the sharper modern talents rising to the top on Chess or Delmark! The package alone is almost worth the price of admission – beautiful photographs of the event, detailed notes, and the first-ever release of this music – which has sat in the vaults for decades, finally to see the light of day. Titles on this first volume include "Dirty Mother For You" by Roosevelt Sykes, "So Glad You're Mine" by Arthur Big Boy Crudup, "Everybody Must Suffer/Stone Crazy" by Luther Allison & The Blue Nebulae, "Help Me" by Junior Wells, "I Wonder Why" by Jimmy Dawkins, "Too Much Alcohol" by JB Hutto & His Hawks, and "So Many Roads So Many Trains" by Otis Rush. LP, Vinyl record album
Also available Ann Arbor Blues Festival 1969 ... CD 18.99

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VariousAnn Arbor Blues Festival 1969 – Vol 2 ... LP
Third Man, 1969. New Copy 2LP Gatefold ... $22.99 27.98
A fantastic document of the first-ever Ann Arbor Blues Festival – the start of a great event that would blossom into other styles of music in the 70s, but which stood as a strong blues-based event in its initial year of 1969! In some ways, the three day series of concerts is a roots answer to Woodstock – which took place just a few weeks before – as the festival featured a great scope of blues talents, from the rootsier sort of artists who were recording for labels like Folkways or Arhoolie, to some of the sharper modern talents rising to the top on Chess or Delmark! The package alone is almost worth the price of admission – beautiful photographs of the event, detailed notes, and the first-ever release of this music – which has sat in the vaults for decades, finally to see the light of day. Titles on this second volume include "Long Distance Call" by Muddy Waters, "Off The Wall" by James Cotton Band, "Juanita" by Big Joe Williams, "Jelly Jelly Blues" by Shirley Griffin, "I Feel So Good" by Magic Sam, "Call It Stormy Monday" by T-Bone Walker, "Death Letter Blues" by Son House, "Key To The Highway" by Sam Lay, and "Mojo Hand" by Lightnin Hopkins. LP, Vinyl record album
 
 
 



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