Friday, January 22, 2016

60s & 70s Soul plus Blues!

Morning all,

Lots of great 60s/70s soul going out today, plus more than a touch of the blues. Must-mention LPs include the sole album from the Thompsons, which is so highly recommended if you like the Family Circle/Four Mints bag. Also NOLA master Willie Tee's first and best LP (including the masterpiece "Bring on the heartaches"), the Whatnauts' best album (and that's saying a lot!), Carla Whitney's now very scarce Canada only LP and classic items from Tommie Young and Syl Johnson (US orig of "Dresses too short").

Among  the 45s we find Gene Chandler's Chicago 60s monster "I can take care of myself", Douglas & Lonero's crossover favorite "Don't let yourself get carried away", more great crossover from The Players ("Why did I lie") and Whatnauts ("Make me your slave"), plus a heap of Swedish 45s with exclusive picture sleeves.

On to the blues then. Evergreen titles from pillars of the scene, including Robert Johnson's "King of the delta blues singers", Champion Jack Dupree's "Cabbage greens", Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated and Screaming Jay Hawkins' beyond green "I put a spell on you".

See all new arrivals at and have a look at all the additions from earlier this week too.

Coming updates:
29/1: Hip Hop
5/2: European Jazz (LPs & EPs)
12/2: Latin/Brazil/Afro/Reggae
19/2: Free Jazz/Spiritual Jazz

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