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VariousSouthern Rhythm N Rock – The Best Of Excello Records Vol 2 ... CD
Rhino, 1950s/Early 60s. Used ... $4.99
Music from the Gladiolas, Rudy Green, Louis Brooks & His Hi-Toppers, Ray Batts, Robert Garrett, the Marigolds, Jerry McCain & His Upstarts, Arthur Gunter, the King Crooners, Lillian Offitt, Hooks Coleman & more. CD
(Out of print.)

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✨✧ Slim HarpoBest Of Slim Harpo (Excello) ... LP
Excello, Mid 60s. Very Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Heavy soulful blues from Slim! The album's a great collection of his excellent work for Excello – raw electric blues tinged with nice touches of Southern Soul production. This is the original version, with a great cover that has Slim sitting next to a pretty model, and the tracks "Mohair Sam", "Shake Your Hips", "I'm A King Bee", "Baby, Scratch My Back", and "Tip On In". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing – white, red, and blue label! Cover has some wear.)
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Guitar Gable & The Musical KingsLife Problem/Congo Mombo ... 7-inch
Excello, 1956. Good ... $1.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record

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✨✧ Slim HarpoTip On In ... LP
Excello, Late 60s. Near Mint- ... $49.99
One of the last albums ever from the mighty Slim Harpo – but also one of the best, as the bluesman is giving plenty of nods to the funk and soul artists who were influenced by his music – and returning the favor with a wonderfully raw set of grooves! Slim's a master on all fronts – from funky guitar, to soulful vocals, to some sweet harmonica lines – and at some points, the rhythms seem strongly influenced by the best 60s elements in New Orleans soul – which creates lots of rolling bottom grooves that make the album come off great – not just for fans of blues, but for soul and funk fans as well. The whole thing's wonderful – and titles include "Te Ni Nee Ni Nu", "Mailbox Blues", "Hey Little Lee", "Tip On In", and "My Baby She's Got It". LP, Vinyl record album
(Blue label 70s pressing. Cover has a cutout hole through the center.)

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Kelly BrothersThat's What You Mean To Me/Comin' On In ... 7-inch
Excello, 1967. Near Mint- ... $7.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Nashboro sleeve, with price sticker remnants.)

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Whispering SmithOver Easy ... LP
Excello, Early 70s. Near Mint- ... $19.99
Earthy blues from Whispering Smith, a singer with a really deep-voiced approach – a style of singing that comes from way down in the chest, and belts out with a ferocity that's a lot louder than a whisper! The set was recorded in Baton Rouge, with small combo instrumentation that's mostly acoustic, and in an older-styled mood than both the date of the set, and than most other work on Excello at the time. Titles include "Mojo Hand", "What In The World's Come Over You", "You Want To Do It Again", "It's All Over", "Married Man", and "Rock Me Baby". LP, Vinyl record album
(In nice shape! Cover has a cut corner.)

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✨✧ Slim HarpoBaby Scratch My Back/I'm Gonna Miss You ... 7-inch
Excello, Mid 60s. Good ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Label has some stains.)

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✨✧ Slim HarpoTip On In (parts 1 & 2) ... 7-inch
Excello, Late 60s. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
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Earl GainesYearning & Burning ... LP
Charly (UK), Early 70s. Near Mint- ... $9.99
Some of the best work ever done by southern soul singer Earl Gaines – a blues-tinged vocalist who recorded for Excello, King, and HBR – but who's heard here on some key sides for Sound Stage Seven from the early 70s! The work here is easily some of Earl's best – as the tracks have his voice mellowing nicely with a bit of age, but also hitting some of the funkier sides of the 70s – a mode that inflects older Tennessee bluesy soul with some hipper phrasings, in a way that's made Gaines a favorite for hard soul single collectors over the years. Titles include a range of singles plus some previously unissued numbers – and tracks include "A Certain Girl", "Been So Long", "Taking All The Love I Can", "Keep Your Mind On Me", "Nine Pound Steel", "Hymn No. 5", and "Yearning & Burning". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousWhere The Girls Are Volume 10 ... CD
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy ... $8.99 18.98
The final volume in this fantastic collection of rare female soul from the 60s – and one that's maybe even better than the earlier entries in the series! The tracks here are totally great, and totally well-chosen – not big girl group hits of the time, but instead a treasure trove of under-appreciated singles on labels that include Excello, Dionne, Cameo/Parkway, Fairmount, Musicor, and other indies of the time – mix with a few 60s gems that weren't even issued back in the day! As always with Ace/Kent, the track list is superb – completely wonderful music that we never would have discovered otherwise – track after track of new discoveries for our ears, all presented with fantastic sound, very detailed notes, and enough tracks to make the whole thing a hell of a deal for the price. Many of these cuts have much more of a deep soul vibe than the lighter style you might be expecting for 60s female soul – and titles include "This Heart Is Haunted" by Kelly Garrett, "Hot Spot" by The Bronzettes, "Top Twenty" by The Delicates, "He's My Hero" by The Avons, "It's The Loving Season" by The Vareeations, "Just A Little Touch Of Your Love" by Saundra Franklin, "Sir Galahad" by The Elites, "That's How It Goes" by Jackie & Gayle, "That Guy Of Mine" by The Sherrys, "Everybody South Street" by The Taffys, "I Would If I Could" by The Sweet Three, "That Kind Of Love" by Diana King, "Nothing Can Go Wrong" by The Beas, and "False Alarm" by Tari Stevens. CD

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✨✧ VariousGive Me My Flowers – Powerhouse Gospel Music From The 50s & 60s On Nashboro Records ... LP
Nashboro/Third Man, 1950s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A fantastic collection of postwar gospel recordings from the legendary Nashboro Records – one of the most important imprints for the music back in the 50s and 60s! We rank the work of Nashboro right up with the famous Houston-bred productions of Peacock Records – and as Peacock was part of the secular soul label Duke, Nashboro was also part of the blues powerhouse Excello – which means that the cuts here are put together at a level that's maybe got as much understanding of the needs of the record racks and jukebox scene, as they are aimed at the higher ideals of the lyrics! Nashboro excelled especially in the sorts of small vocal groups that can make gospel singles from this time every bit as much a slice of harmony heavy as rare doo wop tracks – and titles here include "Seven Angels" by The Trumpeteers, "Just One Step" by Little Johnny Jones & The Little Jones Singers, "I Received My Blessing" by Radio Four, "Touch Me Lord Jesus" by Angelic Gospel Singers, "Give Me My Flowers" by The Consolers, "I Would Not Be A Sinner" by Dixie Nightingales, "Jesus Keeps Me Alive" by The Skylarks, "Sit Down Servant" by Swanee Quintet, "When Jesus Stays Home" by Southern Echoes Singers, and "Rest From My Labor" by Supreme Angels. 16 cuts in all – and very nicely done! LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Morning Echoes Of DetroitEchoes Of The Gospel (180 gram pressing) ... LP
Nashboro/Third Man, 1967. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A gem of a gospel set from the legendary Nashboro catalog – crafted by a very hip male sextet from Detroit – one who are clearly open to letting a lot of blues and soul influences into their music! One of the key elements from those styles here is spare but strong use of guitar or organ – often at times the lead, if not only element in the mix – while the voices of the group rise in joyous formation around the direction of a single male vocalist! The set's from 1967, but has really raw, timeless production – that early quality that always made Nashboro's efforts so great, given that they were the same company that produced all those excellent Excello Records blues releases. Titles include "The Lord Will Make A Way", "Fire One Day", "The Lord Will Provide", "Spare Me Over Another Year", "Misunderstanding Of A Friend", "I'll See You Home Again", "God's A Wonderful Lawyer", and "Servant's Prayer". LP, Vinyl record album

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