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Margaret LewisCountry Soul Of Margaret Lewis EP ... 7-inch
Ram/Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy (pic cover)... $5.99
Really great work from Margaret Lewis – a Louisiana singer/songwriter from the glory days of the indie label 45 scene – and one who works here with a very unique blend of rock, soul, and country modes! It's a bit hard to sum of Margaret's music in words – but lots of this material has hard-edged charms of the young Wanda Jackson – mixed maybe with some influences from the R&B scene at the time, particularly some of the hipper female singers in New Orleans! All the work here was recorded by the Ram Records – and this EP features four tracks that include "Something's Wrong Baby", "Reconsider Me", "You Oughta See My Baby", and "It's Alright You Can Go". 7-inch, Vinyl record

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Margaret LewisReconsider Me – The Ram Singles & More Southern Gems ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... $12.99 18.99
Really great work from Margaret Lewis – a Louisiana singer/songwriter from the glory days of the indie label 45 scene – and one who works here with a very unique blend of rock, soul, and country modes! It's a bit hard to sum of Margaret's music in words – but lots of this material has hard-edged charms of the young Wanda Jackson – mixed maybe with some influences from the R&B scene at the time, particularly some of the hipper female singers in New Orleans! All the work here was recorded by the Ram Records label in Shreveport, but a good deal of it was unissued at the time – and the package also includes 13 tracks new to CD – combined with a fantastic set of notes that provide an overview of the unusual Lewis musical legacy. Titles include "John DeLee", "Lover's Land", "Bow Wow Puppy Love", "Cheaters Can't Win", "Shake A Leg", "One Today Another Tomorrow", "No No Never", "Reconsider Me", "You Said You Love Me", "Yea Yea Baby", "Hold Me", "Something's Wrong Baby", "From The Cradle To The Blues", and "Teardrop Valley". CD
 
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✨✧ VariousShreveport Stomp – Ram Records Vol 1 ... CD
Ram/Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. Used ... Out Of Stock
Music from Roy 'Boogie Boy' Perkins, Margaret Lewis, T.V. Slim & His Heartbreakers, Linda Brannon, Jimmy Bonin, Bobby Page, Grace Tennessee & The American Spirits, Elgie Brown, Vincent Williams, the Lonesome Drifter, Charlotte Hunter & more. CD

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✨✧ VariousBoppin By The Bayou – Feel So Good ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The swamps of Louisiana hold many secrets – and one of the is the massive amount of fantastic music cut on the scene in the 50s and 60s – so much so that we're still discovering overlooked gems and rare material all these many years later! This package is a great entry in this ongoing series by Ace – and pulls together 12 unreleased tracks and other rare singles from the indie studio scene in Louisiana – really showing off that complicated criss-crossing of modes that made its music very different from other southern sounds at the time! There's bits of twang, rockabilly, and maybe a touch of blues, cajun, and R&B – all served up in a really fantastic blend – on titles that include "You're Humbuggin Me" by Al Ferrier, "Feel So Good" by Bill & Carroll, "Love Me Baby" by Charlotte Hunter, "My Baby's Gone" by The Tune Tones, "Come Back Little Baby" by Bee Arnold, "Follow Me" by Huey & Margie, "Black Cat Boogie" by Erwin Babin, "We Gonna Bop Stop Rock" by Ray Vict & His Bop Rockers, "I'm A One Woman Man" by Thumper Jones, "Dust My Blues" by Margaret Lewis, "Carol" by Jim Miller, "Woe Is Me" by Linda Brannon, and "Gonna Rock My Baby Tonight" by an Unknown Artist! CD
 
 
 



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