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✨✧ Arthur SmithGuitar Boogie – The Hits Of Arthur Smith & His Crackerjacks ... CD
Nashville/Starday, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Chugging country guitar from Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith – one of the hottest country instrumentalists of the 50s! Smith's heard here in a nicely understated setting – a Starday session from the 60s, with a great back to basics vibe that really focuses on his tight work on the strings – set up on tunes that have a nicely rompin rhythm, but which always feature Smith breaking out in a mighty sharp solo! Titles include his classic "Guitar Boogie" – plus "11 String Strut", "Flat Top Hari Kari", "Guitar Hop", "Maggie Blues On Guitar", "Troubled Mind Blues", and "Philadelphia Guitar". CD

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✨✧ Salvatore MartiranoO O O O That Shakespeherian Rag – Marilyn Nonken/Thomas Fredrickson/Thomas Howell/Ronald Dewar/Arthur Maddox/Lee Duckles/Howard Smith/Dorothy Martirano ... CD
New World, 1998. Used ... Out Of Stock
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Don Reno & Red SmileySweethearts In Heaven – The Complete Dot Recordings 1957 to 1964 ... CD
Dot/Bear Family (Germany), 1957/1964. New Copy ... $13.99 28.99
An overlooked chapter in the career of Don Reno & Red Smiley – two artists who were a key part of the King Records hillbilly catalog during the postwar years – heard here in a fantastic second string of material recorded for Dot Records! Dot's mostly known as a pop label, but the company also employed the great bluegrass singer Mac Wiseman as its A&R head in the 50s – and Mac does a fantastic job here to ensure that Reno & Smiley retain all the great instrumental and vocal elements that made their King material so great – and just provides them with better recording quality overall. The set really features two great slices of work – 1957 sessions produced by Wiseman, who also sings a bit in the background – with mandolin from Hank Garland and fiddle from Benny Martin – and a second 1964 session produced by Arthur Smith, which has even more great instrumentals than the first. Titles include "One More Hill", "Your Love Is Dying", "Dark Waters", "Sawing On The Strings", "Howdy Neighbor Howdy", "Where Did Our Young Tears Go", "Sweethearts In Heaven", "Three Finger Hop", "Lonesome Hearted Blues", and "Charlotte Breakdown". CD

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✨✧ VariousThese Great Stars Are On Fire & Fury (3CD set) ... CD
Sunset Blvd, Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 3CD ... Out Of Stock
Incredible rhythm & blues singles from Bobby Robinson's Harlem-based Fury and Fire labels from the mid 50s to early 60s – from post-doowop vocal gems to sax-heavy stormers to melodic early soul groovers and beyond – trailblazing gems that helped pave the way for indie soul and r&b for decades to come! Massive 3CD set with 75 tracks – with gems by Bobby Marchan, Tarheel Slim, Elmore James, Dee Dee Ford, Don Gardner, Arthur Crudup, Otis Scott, Mighty Joe Young, Mary Ann Fisher, The Upsetters, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Lee Dorsey and many many more. Includes "I'm So Happy (Tra-La-La-La-La-La) by Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords, "Number 9 Train" by Tarheel Slim, "Kansas City" by Wilbert Harrison, "Fannie Mae" by Buster Brown, "There Is Something On My Mind" (Parts 1 & 2) by Bobby Marchan, "Valarie" by The Starlites, "Empty Arms" by Mighty Joe Young, "Sugar Babe" by Buster Brown, "Mean Ole Frisco" by Arthur Crudup, "Ghost Of Love" by Joe Haywood, "Put On My Shoes" by Mary Ann Fisher, "New Kind Of Love" by Otis Smith, "Love My Baby So" by Ernie & Jean Terrell, "Debt Of Love" by Joe Haywood, "No Love As Sweet As Yours" by Johnny Jones and much more! Nice little booklet of notes, too. CD
(Limited edition of 2000!)

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