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Lonnie MackWham Of That Memphis Man! ... LP
Fraternity, 1963. Very Good ... $28.99
A killer blend of southern soul and rockabilly grit from Lonnie Mack – his first album and a really incredible effort that fuses soul, country, and rock roots in a really brilliant way! Lonnie was later known as more of a country boy-electric bluesman, but the blues on this early LP feels like a blue-eyed Bobby Bland – but maybe with a lot more guitar in the lead! The horns burst, and the organ & bass really steep the overall vibe in the two Steps From The Blues style, but the fiery guitar and vocals keep more of a early rock vibe – twang next to soul, in a really unique mode. Tracks include "Wham!", "Down And Out", "Why", "Down In The Dumps", "Memphis", "I'll Keep You Happy", "Suzie Q", "Satisfied", and "Farther On Down The Road". LP, Vinyl record album
(Red label Fraternity pressing. Cover has light wear, a sticker in the top right and a small peeled spot.)

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✨✧ Lonnie MackStrike Like Lightning ... CD
Alligator, 1985. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Features early work by Stevie Ray Vaughan! Tiles include "Hound Dog Man", "Stop", "Long Way From Memphis", "Strike Like Lightning", and "You Ain't Got Me". CD
 
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✨✧ CharmainesI Idolize You – The Fraternity Recordings 1960 to 1964 ... LP
Fraternity/Ace (UK), Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A long-overdue collection of work by this sublime Ohio soul group of the 60s – a trio of lovely ladies with a really tremendous sound! The Charmaines – also known as Gigi & The Charmaines – are hardly the girl group cliche you might think from their sweet name and the image on the cover – and on most of the numbers here, they're hard-rolling at a pace that's somewhere between the best Detroit Northern Soul of the time, and some of the sweeter female soul that was coming out of Chicago at the end of the 60s. This package focuses mostly on the group's Fraternity Records singles, including a few unissued tracks – and titles include "GI Joe (first version)", "I Idolize You", "On The Wagon", "Goodbye Baby Goodbye", "Rockin Pneumonia", "Rockin Old Man", "Where Is The Boy Tonight", "All You Gotta Do", and "What Kind Of Girl" – plus their work with Lonnie Mack on "Money" and "Sticks & Stones", and with Carl Edmondson on "Baby Please Don't Go". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousSpotlight On Fraternity EP ... 7-inch
Ace (UK), Mid 60s. New Copy (pic cover)... Out Of Stock
A great look at Fraternity Records – an Ohio company who never issued that many records back in the day, but who made some fantastic contributions to the scene! Fraternity is best known as the home to a few crossover rockers, but the company also recorded some great soul tracks too – following the lead of fellow Cincinnati label King Records, although maybe with a better ear for rock tracks than King would have as the 60s moved on. This beautiful 7" EP features four great tracks from Fraternity – "Jealous Woman" by Albert Washington & The Kings, "Rockin Pneumonia" by The Charmaines, "Walk Like A Man" by 2 Of Clubs, and "Sa Ba Hoola" by Lonnie Mack. 7-inch, Vinyl record
 
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WarOther Side Of War Warms Your Heart ... LP
Souffle, Late 60s. Very Good 2LP Gatefold ... $5.99
Weird batch of instrumental grooves played by what is billed as an early version of War, with Lonnie Jordan on piano and organ, Harold Brown on drums, Magnificent Montague on congas, and Bobby Womack on guitar! The liner notes lists the group as being made up of members of The Packers, The Romeos, and The Soul Runners – and if you know those groups from their funky 45's, then you'll get a feeling of the funky instrumental sound of this album. It's not really like War at all, but it's a great batch of lost funky tracks from the LA scene, with titles like "On Fire", "La Chanson", "Blusing Tears", "Moving Along", "Cup Of Soul", "Time Is Tight", and "The Bamboche". LP, Vinyl record album
(NOTE: Cover has a large tear with tape, seam splits and some marker.)
 
 
 



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