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RAY AGEE
I’M LOSING AGAIN / HARD LOVING WOMAN (SOULTOWN 104) Genius belting R’n’B / Soul blaster and super rare on original pressing. repro 7" 6.50

ALBERT & CHARLES WEIRD/ LIESHA (PIONEER 1005) Great Haunting Slide Guitar Instros. repro 7" 6.50

CHRIS ALLEN TICK TOCK/ LONELY (HOLLYWOOD 1101) Taught mid-paced black rocker with sax with nice and light offering on the flip. repro 7" 6.50

JESSE ALLEN LET'S PARTY / GOREE CARTER I'M YOUR BOOGIE MAN (CORAL 9-6507) repro 7" 6,50
JESSE ALLEN
LOVE YOU BABY/ AFTER A WHILE (DUPLEX 9003) repro 7" 6,50

EDDIE ALSTON I JUST CAN’T HELP IT/ GONNA GET ME A WATCHDOG (BARRY 109) repro 7" 6.50

B.K. ANDERSON The Minimum Wage / LOUIS JORDAN Workin' Man ((Forty 5 PSV-001) New series on OUTTA SIGHT label: releasing the finest in Popcorn Soul. First release starts with a superb Popcorn shuffler with a trademark laughing sax and a rising price tag b/w LOUIS JORDAN, “king of the jukebox”, was one of the most successful black American musicians of all time. He was mostly associated with the Swing era, something that is still evident on this 1962 Tangerine recording from late in his career. 7" 8.50

ELTON ANDERSON I LOVE YOU / RAY GERDSEN FATTY HATTIE (TREY 1002) repro 7" 6.50

KIP ANDERSON I WANNA BE THE ONLY ONE / SAMMY JOHNS MAKING TRACKS (DERRICK 1000) repro 7" 6.50

PAT AUBURN High / Bonus Pay, Ain't Gonna Be That Way (Sun SP 104) Two red hot Memphis R&B Stompers, originally not issued back in the day. Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

SIL AUSTIN SAY LOU/ GIRL WITH THE FOXY FRAME (MERCURY 71627) repro 7" 6.50

BABY FACED LEROY Rollin and Tumblin Pt. 1 & Pt. 2 (Parkway) Amazing Unissued Boppin Blues killers from a 1950 Parkway records session. Part one on this new 45 represents the first and only time this track has been heard in its complete form - all other issues were either faded out early (the original 78) or minus the introduction (some LP/CD reissues). Very limited licenced issues produced by Louis Records. 7" 6.90
LITTLE WALTER Just Keep On Lovin' Her/ BABY FACED LEROY Boll Weevil (Parkway) Amazing Unissued Stompin' Blues killers from a 1950 Parkway records session. Both sides have never been issued on any format ever before and are very limited licenced issues produced by Louis Records. 7" 6.90

BABY HUEY MONKEY MAN/ MESSIN' WITH THE KID (ST. LAWRENCE 1002) repro 7" 6.50

BAD BOYS IT’S MORE LIKE VOODOO / BIG BOY GROVES BUCKET O’ BLOOD (GME 227) repro 7" 6,50

BAD SMITTY SMOKESTACK LIGHTNIN’ / WALKIN’ WITH SMITTY (ACE 752) repro 7" 6.50

JANE BAKER / VARETTA DILLARD Sing On Baby / That’s Why I Cry (Popcorn) Two sassy female vocal popcorn R&B sides twinned here, making up quite the sweet little package. Jane Baker's 'Sing On Baby' is a swaying, finger popping mid-tempo mover with cracking horns and backing vox. A tried and tested floor worker and a long established classic on the flourishing popcorn and R&B scenes. In fact it's difficult to choose which is the better of the two sides here as Varetta Dillard's 'That's Why I Cry' is every bit the equal of the aforementioned top side. Perhaps if you prefer a slightly grittier sound, Varetta might even edge it for you as there is certainly something distinctively raw about her yearning, broken vocal delivery along with the blues guitar licks and rasping sax solo. Either way, you get two bona fide dance floor bombs for your buck, and that can't be bad in these tough old times! 7" 7.50

LAVERN BAKER VOODOO VOODOO / HEY, MEMPHIS (Atlantic 2119) Double- sider! repro 7" 6.90
LAVERN BAKER Love Me Right / Tiny Tim (Popcorn POPC.009) LaVern Baker was one of the ruling queens of Rhythm & Blues through the ’50s, a singer who had all the necessary requirements to be an R&B diva - a knockout voice, oodles of charm and feminine sass to spare. ‘Love Me Right’ is just about the perfect record for the dance floor. Slightly uptempo for most popcorn nights (but then, the Belgian set are notorious for adjusting the pitch control to bring everything in line with the slow waltz that they prefer), this is a driving, swinging R&B number with incredible riffs and an irresistible vocal turn. ‘Tiny Tim’ on the flip needs little pitch adjustment, this one is slow and decidedly slinky as LaVern is joined by the barritone-voiced Jimmy Ricks for a brazenly suggestive duet where the pair discuss who’s wearing the trousers, so to speak. 7" 8.50
LAVERN BAKER YOU BETTER FIND YOURSELF ANOTHER FOOL/ LITTLE ESTHER PHILLIPS MOJO HANNA (ATLANTIC 2234) Monster Soul/ R'n'B two-sider from the Atlantic stable. Killer sides! repro 7" 6.50
LaVERNE BAKER SOUL ON FIRE/ HOW COULD YOU LEAVE A MAN LIKE THAT (ATLANTIC 1004) Her first on Atlantic and probably her finest moment is contained in the ballad ‘SOUL ON FIRE’, the flip is a rasping rocker and sure to be a winner on the dance floors. repro 7" 6.50
LAVERN BAKER Bumble Bee / LAVERN BAKER & JACKIE WILSON Think Twice (Fryers FRY024) Great two sider from one of the leading queens of Rhythm and Blues, Lavern Baker. 'Bumble Bee' is an unusual uptempo early soul dancer with sharp backing vocals, nicely droning guitar chops and chime like vibes. And of course, a sassed-up vocal turn from Ms. Baker herself. Meanwhile, on the flip, the notorious x-rated version of 'Think Twice', a duet with Jackie Wilson. Reportedly recorded at the end of a long session in which copious alcohol had been imbibed, here Baker and Wilson let rip, audibly stifling hysterics as they try and out-filth each other. Obviously this version was never intended for release and would certainly have shocked the airwaves of the time. A few decades on, it's definitely still outrageous enough to offend some, so we recommend it for mature audiences only... Either that or just drop it into your set and see if anyone notices! 7" 7.50

CLASSIE BALLOU HEY! PARDNER! / CRAZY MAMBO (NASCO 6000) repro 7" 6.50

DEAN BARLOW / CAROLE BENNET Come Back/ He's Coming Home (POPCORN 119) Two more catchy popcorn winners paired for your dancefloor delight. Dean Barlow, a founding member of vocal group the Crickets, decided to go solo as that groups fortunes floundered in the second half of the 50s. 'Come Back' was one of slew of singles Barlow released thereafter, and is a jaunty piece of jazzy R&B perfect for today's popcorn influenced scene. On the flip side is Carole Bennett's 'He's Coming Home', a cool, laid back stroller with suitably sassy vocals, a snappy arrangement, and a great horn section. 7" 7.50

JUKE BOY BARNER WELL BABY / ROCK WITH ME BABY (IRMA 111) repro 7" 6.50

H B BARNUM It Hurts Too Much To Cry/ How Many More Times (Outta Sight RnB - RSV021) The proto-soul floor-shaker “It Hurts Too Much To Cry” by Mr H B Barnum. 7" 8.50

DAVE BARTHOLOMEW CAN’T TAKE IT NO MORE / TURN YOUR LAMPS DOWN LOW (IMPERIAL 5390) repro 7" 6,50
DAVE BARTHOLMEW
WHO DRANK MY BEER WHILE I WAS IN THE REAR/ LITTLE GIRL SING TING-A-LING (IMPERIAL 5210) Killer spoken vocals on this driving R’n’B masterpiece, he only went for a pee and someone’s nicked his pint! The flip is the original version of ‘My Ding-a-ling’. repro 7" 6.50
DAVE BARTHOLEMEW
Carnival Day / Cat Music (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1026) Two N’awlins bangers from the undisputed Crescent City King. Recorded right at the end of the ’40s, ‘Carnival Day’, Bartholomew’s mardi gras anthem, is the kind of record which encapsulates how unique the City’s sound and musical heritage is, and how ahead of the curve its musicians were. A riotous gumbo stew of heavily syncopated Caribbean rhythms and laid back Southern swagger, it’s one of Dave’s very best, even if it sadly wasn’t recorded with the highest fidelity - studio set ups were a lot more rudimentary back in the 40s than they were about to become, and with all those horns and percussion fighting for attention, this can’t have been the easiest session to Mic up! ‘Cat Music’, recorded a few years on, is just as it says, cool, jiving sounds for hep cats - as Dave sings, ’We don’t dig a Square!’ 7" 6.90

PAUL BASCOMB PINK CADILLAC/ DON’T PUT MY BIZNESS IN THE STREET (LONDON 30091) repro 7" 6.50

JUNE BATEMAN POSSUM BELLY OVERALLS/ GO AWAY MR. BLUES (SHAW 101) 7" 6.50
JUNE BATEMAN POSSUM BELLY OVERALLS / GO WAY MR. BLUES (EVERLAST 5033) - different versions than the SHAW Single! repro 7" 6,50

CHUCK BERRY DOWNBOUND TRAIN / YOU CAN'T CATCH ME (CHESS 1615) repro 7" 6.50

RICHARD BERRY LOUIE LOUIE / HAVE LOVE WILL TRAVEL (FLIP 321) repro 7" 6.50

BIG BILL LITTLE CITY WOMAN / LONESOME (CHESS 1546) repro 7" 6.50

BIG BOB YOUR LINE WAS BUSY/ WHAT AM I (JARO 77003) Killer black Rock'n'Roll twin spinner. repro 7" 6.50

BIG DANNY OLIVER SAPPHIRE/ I WANNA GO STEADY (TREND 012) Screaming and pounding Black R'n'R! repro 7" 6.50

BIG DON GRAY LOUELLA / I’VE STARTED TO LIVE AGAIN (MRC 502) Unlisted jump blues rocker, complete ‘unknown’ and super rare. 7" 6.50

BIG DUKE BABY BEAT IT / BEGGIN’ & PLEADIN’ (FLAIR- 1029) repro 7" 6.50

BIG JAY BUSH & THE HOUSE ROCKERS Dynamite/ ELI LEE Get The Feeling (Outta Sight RSV033) This 45 features two tracks lifted from Gene C. Redd’s Ohio Redbug label. Both were produced by the legendary bandleader and manufactured at the local King pressing plant. On side A Big Jay Bush & The House Rockers' 'Dynamite' is literally that - well, in dancefloor terms anyway. A brutal uptempo R&B blaster. Eli Lee's 'I Get The Feeling' has more of a popcorn feel, with lots of twangy guitar and female backing singers. 7" 8.50

BIG JAY McNEELY PSYCHO SERENADE / BACK..SHACK..TRACK (SWINGIN’ 618) repro 7" 6.50

BIG MAMA THORNTON DON'T TALK BACK / BIG MAMA'S COMING HOME (IRMA 13 )repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAMA THORNTON HOUND DOG / ROCKABYE BABY ( PEACOCK 1612) repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAMA THORNTON I SMELL A RAT/ THEY CALL ME BIG MAMA (PEACOCK 1632) repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAMA THORNTON YOU DID ME WRONG/ BABY CALLOWAY MIDNIGHT BLUES (BAY TONE 107) Stunning lo-fi harp -driven blues blaster with from Ms. Thornton with great blues mid-paced rocker on the flip. repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAMA THORNTON MY MAN CALLED ME/ JUST LIKE A DOG (PEACOCK 1681) Classic two sided dancers from the finest rasping voice in R’n’B. repro 7" 6.50

BIG MAYBELLE 96 TEARS / THAT’S LIFE (ROJAC 112) repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAYBELLE I've Got A Feeling / Ocean Of Tears (Okey) 2 fantastic 1950s mambo r&b sides! repro 7" 6.50
IG MAYBELLE THAT’S A PRETTY GOOD LOVE / TELL ME WHO (SAVOY 1195) repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAYBELLE WHOLE LOTTA SHAKIN’ GOIN’ ON / ONE MONKEY DON’T STOP NO SHOW (OKEH 7060 ) repro 7" 6.50
BIG MAYBELLE I've Got A Feeling/ TERRY TIMMONS Got Nobody To Love (Outta Sight RnB - RSV010) More incredible female RnB Popcorn action, both tracks are 1000% guaranteed floorfillers and are absolutely outstanding! 7" 8.50

BIG "T" TYLER KING KONG/ SADIE GREEN (ALADDIN 3384) repro 7" 6,50

BIG TINY KENNEDY Country Boy/ Strange Kind Of Feeling (Jukebox Jam - JBJ.1025) Back to back, two total killers from Big Tiny Kennedy - a cutely named singer whose over-bearing and fulsome vocal presence was said to be only over-shadowed by his huge physical dimensions! These were amongst Tiny’s last credited releases, and what a shame as they are both completely great - one side a deceptively slouching flip on the ‘Hound Dog’ motif - this time with Tiny proclaiming proudly that he ‘ain’t nothing but a country boy’, and the other a full-bodied Jump Blues dancer. 7"6.90

BILL & WILL Going To The River / Let Me Tell You Baby (CHECKER 1070) Early 60's R&B / Blues Rockers and a superb cross over sound for the Mods & Rockers. repro 7" 6.50

BIG WALTER SIX WEEKS OF MISERY/ OH NO, NO BLUES (TNT 8006) repro 7" 6.50
BIG WALTER GAMBLIN' WOMAN / PACK FAIR & SQUARE (PEACOCK 1661) repro 7" 6.50
TOMMY BROWN SOUTHERN WOMEN (STATES 145) / BIG WALTER BACK HOME TO MAMA (UNITED 183) Beautifully delivered mid-tempo blues burners, sublime! repro 7" 6.50

HANK BLACKMAN & THE KILLERS ITCHY KOO/ JOHNNY LANCE THE BIG TRAGEDY (BRENT 7030) Great later version of ‘OOH MA LIDDY’ (JJ Jackson) with legendary screwball flip. repro 7" 6.50

OTIS BLACKWELL LET THE DADDY HOLD YOU/ OH WHAT A WONDERFUL TIME (JAYDEE 808) Atmospheric R'n'B side with great rocker on the flip. repro 7" 6.50
OTIS BLACKWELL OH WHAT A BABE/ BIG RED McHOUSTON I’M TIRED (GROOVE 0020) Classic rockin’ jiver coupled with the rarest groove 45 on the flip from Mickey Baker and Larry Dale. repro 7" 6.50

SUNNY BLAIR PLEASE SEND MY BABY BACK / GONNA LET YOU GO (METEOR 5006) repro 7" 6.50

BOBBY "BLUE" BLAND YOU GOT ME (WHERE YOU WANT ME)/ LOAN A HELPING HAND (DUKE 185) His best R’n’B two sided belting Blues screamers. repro 7" 6.50

THE BLENDERS DON'T FUCK AROUND WITH LOVE / DON'T PLAY AROUND WITH LOVE (JAY-DEE 780) Notorious x-rated, pioneer bass lead, proto-doo-wop R'n'B group recording from 1953. Limited repro 7" 6.90

BLIND BILLY TATE LOVE IS A CRAZY THING/ I GOT NEWS FOR YOU BABY (HERALD 411) Three copies known on 45, stunningly rare sides with great guitar work and driving sax breaks – unknown! repro 7" 6.50

BLONDE BOMBER STROLLIE BUN / I AM TO BLAME (HULL 763) repro 7" 6.50

THE BLUE DOTS SATURDAY NIGHT FISH FRY/ PLEASE DON’T TELL ‘EM (ACE 526) Great screamin’ female version of the Louis Jordan classic backed with solid femme pounder – cool two sider. repro 7" 6.50

BOOGALOO COPS & ROBBERS / CLOTHES LINE (CREST 1030) repro 7" 6,50

JOE BOOTS WELL ALRIGHT ROCK’N’ROLL JUNGLE GIRL (CONTINENTAL 154) repro 7" 6.50
JOE BOOTS SQUEEZE ME / I DON’T WANT NOBODY BUT YOU (CONTINENTAL 153) repro 7" 6.50
JOE BOOTS ROCK AND ROLL RADIO/ THAT’S TOUGH (CELESTIAL 11) Originally released in 1958 on Celestial label based in Seattle. Apparently Mr. Boot downed a full bottle of whiskey during the recording. repro 7" 6,50

LOS BOPPERS ALI BABA / LA LUPE FEVER (PEERLESS 5140) Two sided latin popcorn masterclass. repro 7"6.50

CALVIN BOZE SLIPPIN’ & SLIDIN’ / BABY YOU’RE TOPS WITH ME (ALADDIN 3086) repro 7" 6,50

CHUCK BRADFORD YOU'RE GOING TO MISS ME / SAY IT WAS A DREAM (FIRE 505) repro 7" 6.50

TINY BRADSHAW THE TRAIN KEPT A-ROLLIN' / KNOCKIN' BLUES (KING 4497) repro 7" 6.50

JACKIE BRENSTON TROUBLE UP THE ROAD / IKE TURNER PRANCIN’ (SUE 736) repro 7" 6.50
JACKIE BRENSTON MUCH LATER/ THE MISTREATER (FEDERAL 12291) repro 7" 6.50
JACKIE BRENSTON ROCKET '88'/ COME BACK WHERE YOU BELONG (CHESS 1458) Storming rocker from Jackie Brenston and Ike Turner's Delta Cats, with squealing sax, knocked out outta tune piano, and super-raw fuzz guitar riffs. Recorded by Sam Phillips before he founded Sun Records, this is where rock and roll begins. Limited repro 7" 6.90
JACKIE BRENSTON MY REAL GONE ROCKET / TUCKERED OUT (CHESS 1469) Killer belting twin-spinner from Ike Turners outfit that brought you ‘Rocket 88’. repro 7" 6.50
JACKIE BRENSTON INDEPENDENT WOMAN / JUICED (CHESS 1472) Killer belting twin-spinner from Ike Turners outfit that brought you ‘Rocket 88’. repro 7" 6.50

JOHN BRIM YOU GOT ME WHERE YOU WANT ME/ I WOULD HATE TO SEE YOU GO (CHESS 1624) repro 7" 6.50

LaBRENDA BEN The Chaperone/ SAUNDRA MALLETT Camel Walk (Outta Sight RSV-040) LaBrenda Ben's Northern Soul floor filler coupled with Saundra Mallett's impossibly rare and original Detroit collectable. 7" 8.50

HARPER BRINSON BAND HARPERS EXPRESS/ HARPERS RETURN (SPECIALTY 593) Killer vocals and great delivery with harmonica backing get this ‘train’ chugging rhythm moving along. repro 7" 6.50

BRO ROBERT ALCOHOL Parts 1&2 (JO ANN) Fantastic funky blues gospel tinged two sided monster about the perils of ole’ John Barleycorn hisself. repro 7" € 6.50

LONNIE BROOKS MR. HOT SHOT / THE POPEYE ( MIDAS 9002) repro 7" 6.50

BILLY BROOKS / ROSCO GORDON I'M GONE/ TUMMER TREE (DUKE 145) repro 7" 6.50

B.B. BROWN I WEEP/THAT'S IT, LET'S QUIT (DITDOT 1) repro 7" 6.50

DUSTY BROWN WELL YOU KNOW/ PLEASE DON’T GO (BANDERA 2503) Belting blues stomper and a personal all time favourite. repro 7" 6.50

GATEMOUTH BROWN Summertime / TOUSSANT McCALL Summertime (Esquire) Gatemouth Brown with a mambo instro & the Toussaint McCall popcorn classic. Limited to 100 copies, numbered. 7" 8.50

HONEY BROWN AIN’T NO NEED / NO GOOD DADDY (CLUB ‘51 107) repro 7" 6,50

JAMES BROWN CHONNIE OH CHON/ I FEEL THAT OLD AGE COMING ON (FEDERAL 1264) His finest two rocking blues sides back to back. repro 7" 6.50

OSCAR BROWN JR. The Snake / Work Song (Outta Sight RnB - RSV019) “Cool hand” Oscar Brown Jr revered by UK MOD’s for his landmark 1960 LP Sin And Soul, from which we draw the MOD and civil rights anthem “Work Song”.We also feature the first 7-inch reissue of Brown’s self-penned and original recording of the Northern Soul classic “The Snake”. 7" 8.50

PINEY BROWN SUGAR IN MY TEA / MY LOVE (MAD 1295) repro 7" 6.50
PINEY BROWN HOW ABOUT ROCKING WITH ME / THAT’S RIGHT BABY (APOLLO1408) repro 7" 6.50
PINEY BROWN TALKIN’ ABOUT YOU/ JIMMY ‘CHICKIE’ HORNE – HELLO LITTLE GIRL (ATLAS 1023) Jumpin' R&B Blues Shoutin' 2 sider. repro 7" 6,50
PINEY BROWN
WALK A BLOCK AND FALL /RED McALLISTER EGGS & GRITS (KING 4598) Fantastic R&B Double Header. Red's feelin' Hungry & Piney's Feeling Drunk! repro 7" 6,50

ROY BROWN HIP SHAKIN' BABY / BE MY LOVE TONIGHT (IMPERIAL 5510) repro 7" 6.50
ROY BROWN ROCKIN’ ALL THE TIME/ WOODROW ADAMS SOMETHING ON MY MIND (HOME OF THE BLUES 110) repro 7" 6.50
ROY BROWN HURRY HURRY BABY / UP JUMPED THE DEVIL (KING 4602) Raucous double sided belter from the master blues shouter. repro 7" 6.50
ROY BROWN Mr Hound Dog’s In Town / Miss Fanny Brown (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1019) Two killer vocal Rhythm & Blues sides from the great but sadly somewhat unheralded Roy Brown. 'Mr. Hound Dog's Back In Town' was Roy's snappy retort to Big Mama Thornton's massive breakthrough hit 'Hound Dog'. Roy answered back to speak up for the poor old hound in all of us, and did so over an immense rolling drum-led backing track with some killer guitar licks borrowed from Thornton's original. Another pretty unique record for its time, this is ripe for today's thriving New Breed R&B scene.On the flip is a great Jump Blues classic, and this time Brown is answering his own call. 'Miss Fanny Brown' was one of his biggest sellers in the late 40s and after already returning to the story with 'Fanny Brown Returns' in 1950, Roy then added this final chapter in '55, which saw Miss Brown shacked up with a well-to-do suitor but still holding a 'mighty, mighty' flame for our hero! With both sides originally released on King, we decided to call this label 'Royalty' as that is surely where Roy Brown's name belongs... 7" 6.90
ROY BROWN I'm A Rockin Man / Everyhing's Alright (Jukebox Jam JBJ 1054) Mid-century R&B from one of the best artists of the blues shouter era - none other than Roy Brown. 'I'm A Rockin' Man' is, as its title suggests, a upfront and bold slab of Jump Blues machismo. Before Rock & Roll became established as a genre in itself, artists such as Roy Brown were laying the foundations, in both tone and attitude, with swaggering, brazenly libidinous floor-shakers like this. 7" 6.90

RUTH BROWN TEARDROPS FROM MY EYES/ AS LONG AS I’M MOVING (ATLANTIC 919) Her two best rockers and guaranteed floor fillers from ‘Miss Rhythm’ the lady with a teardrop in her voice. repro 7" 6.50
RUTH BROWN
Sweet Baby Of Mine / I Don't Know (Popcorn Two popcorn A-bombs from the undisputed queen of R&B sass herself - Miss Ruth Brown. ‘Sweet Baby Of Mine’ is a super infectious swinger with a snappy plodding riff and that classic, slick mid-50s Atlantic production sound. Not forgetting of course Ruth Brown’s near unrivalled vocals. On the flip, the slower and lower ballad ‘I Don’t Know’, a bluesy lament set to cooly under-stated backing. This is the slightly more orchestral LP version - appearing on 45 for the first time. Two pieces of popcorn R&B so sweet and hot the poor wax they’re pressed on can barely contain them! 7" 7.50
RUTH BROWN Mambo Baby / 5-10-15 Hours (Altlantic) Two absolute classics from Atlantic's first queen of R&B, the one and only Ruth Brown. 'Mambo Baby' rode the mambo craze like few other records could, hooking you right in from the shuffling bass and piano pattern of the opening bars. And when Miss Brown joins in with her typically self-assured, sassy and sexy squealed vocals, any resistance is truly futile - this is in the territory marked 'R&B perfection'. As indeed is '5-10-15' hours on the flip side, one of Brown's signature songs, and another of the finest recordings of the entire 1950s. 7" 7.50
RUTH BROWN Shine On/ Please Don't Freeze (Atlantic RB107) Two killer Latin beat R&B sides from the queen of sassy, 50s R&B - Ruth Brown. 'Shine On' is a high-tempo, rollicking rumba screamer, whilst 'Please Don't Freeze' is slower and sexier. Both sides are equally essential, however, and both sound better than ever on this loud pressing new reissue pairing. 7 7.50
RUTH BROWN I WANT TO DO MORE/ MAMA HE TREATS YOUR DAUGHTER MEAN (ATLANTIC 1082) Classic rockin’ double sider from ‘Miss Rhythm’. repro 7" 6.50

TOMMY BROWN ATLANTA BOOGIE / HOUSE NEAR THE RAILROAD TRACK (REGENT 1030) Cool R&B double sider. repro 7" 6.50
TOMMY BROWN SOUTHERN WOMEN (STATES 145) / BIG WALTER BACK HOME TO MAMA (UNITED 183) Beautifully delivered mid-tempo blues burners, sublime! repro 7" 6.50

WAYMON BROWN BAREFOOT SUSIE/ JOEY THOMAS CHEROKEE BOOGIE (DECCA 9- 48264) repro 7" 6.50

BUDDY ACE This Little Love Of Mine/ JAMES BOOKER Gonzo (Outta Sight RnB - RSV004) Popular 60s RnB/Northern Dancer b/w Mod/Rnb Instrumental Mover!! Outta Sight presents 6 more hot sides in the collectable R&B series. Currently packing the clubs across Europe, and beyond, the R&B dance beat captured in these grooves is as hot now as when it was recorded some 50 years ago. 7" 8.50

BUDDY GUY SLOP AROUND / TREASURE UNTOLD (CHESS 1759) Steady guitar driven blues dancer with neat oddball flip. repro 7" 6.50

SOLOMON BURKE Cry To Me/ ROY HAMILTON Earthquake (Outta Sight RnB - RSV017) The Northern end of R&B continues to pack the dance floors across Europe and it is showcased - at its best - in these in-demand cuts. Wonderful sweet Soul, Popcorn style by Mr. Burke b/w another irresistable MONSTER by ROY HAMILTON!! 7" 8.50

HAROLD BURRAGE SHE KNOCKS ME OUT / A HEART (VIVID 101) repro 7" 6.50
HAROLD BURRAGE BETTY JEAN / I CRY FOR YOU (VIVID 102) repro 7" 6.50

CLIFF BUTLER LISTEN TO ME/ YOU NAME IT (FAVORITE 601) Odd ball? You betcha……., driving ‘drinkin’ blues rocker with great guitar break and cool moving flip. repro 7" 6.50

FREDDY BUTLER PITTER PATTER / BOOGIE TWIST (M&M 332) Great new breed pounder! repro 7" 6.50

JESSE BUTLER DANCING FEVER / TEAR DROPS AND PENNIES (PROCESS 150) repro 7" 6.50

ROBERT BYRD BIPPIN' AN' BOPPIN' / STRAWBERRY STOMP (JAMIE 1039) repro 7" 6.50

ANNA BELLE CAESAR LITTLE ANNIE/ I’VE GOT MY MAN (GLAD-HAMP 2003) Killer popcorn double ‘A’ two sider – massive hit in the clubs. repro 7" 6.50

BOB CAINE CRAZY ABOUT YOU BABY/ THE PRICE IS TOO HIGH (IMPRA 2001)Unknown 60’s R’n’B rocker with great vocals and cool guitar and piano, it’s all a bit nuts! repro 7"6.50

CARL CAMPBELL OOH WEE BABY!/ L.C. WILLIAMS SHOUT BABY SHOUT (FREEDOM 1521) Crippling two sided boogie jumper from the rare Texas label, previously only issued on 78rpm. repro 7" 6.50

THOMAS ‘LITTLE JR.’ CANNADAY SLOPPY TWIST / HELLO (JACKPOT 2053) repro 7" 6.50

CARDINALS CHOO CHOO/ COOKIES IN PARADISE (ATLANTIC 1090) repro 7" 6,50

CARTER BROS. I’M NOT TO BLAME / PACOIMA STOMP (REXIE 713) repro 7" 6.50

CHAMPION JACK DUPREE SHAKE BABY SHAKE / HIGHWAY BLUES (RED ROBIN 112) Rockin’ Blues classics from Champion Jack who married a lady from Halifax! repro 7" 6.50
CHAMPION JACK DUPREE SHIM SHAM SHIMMY/ DRUNK AGAIN (RED ROBIN 130) She owned a chip shop!! repro 7" 6.50

GENE CHANDLER There Was a Time / Those Were The Good Old Days Reissue (Fryers FRY017) The only worthwhile reason to cover someone else’s record is A: If you have a completely different take on it, or B: If you can smash the original version to pieces. Now not many people would be willing to take on the Godfather of Soul “James Brown” at this task, but not only does Gene Chandler do this but he knocks it out the fucking park. This IS the version of “There Was a Time”. Barnstorming pounding northern soul of the highest calibre, Nobody is messing with Chandler's confidence and he takes control of the heavy orchestration and rises effortlessly above it, his precise vocal timing and dominance that commands the dancefloor to lose control with a different dance on each breakdown. 7" 6.90

RAY CHARLES I DON’T NEED NO DOCTOR /PLEASE SAY YOU’RE FOOLING (ABC – 45 10865) repro 7" 6.50
RAY CHARLES Mess Around / I Got A Woman (RB102 - Atlantic) Two essentials from Ray Charles paired on one natty little 45. 'Mess Around' was one of Ray's first big hits, an irresistible piece of R&B that had floors messing around all over the US back when it was first released in 1953. 60 years on you will find that it has much the same effect - and the same can be said of the flip side 'I Got A Woman', another absolute classic, revived a few years back via Kanye West's usage of the song on his pop hit 'Gold Digger'. Nothing beats the original though! 7" 7.50

WILLIE J. CHARLES Feelin' Kind A Lonesome ANNE BELLE CAESAR Little Annie (Outta Sight RnB - RSV016) Both tracks are pure dynamite & will set the floor on fire!!! Welcome to part 6 in the Outta Sight Rhythm & Blues archive. 6 more winter warmers to herald in the New Year. The Northern end of R&B continues to pack the dance floors across Europe and it is showcased - at its best - in these in-demand cuts. This months star turn has to go to the rare and in-demand stompers courtesy of Wille Charles and Anna Belle Caesar. Both sides are culled from Lionel and his wife Gladys' Glad Hamp label and impossible to find on the original logo. Next up, two Mod/Soul classics that take us right back to the Twisted Wheel. Forever popular and now reissued back to back for the first time. 7" 8.50

LINCOLN CHASE I Love Your Many Ways / Miss Orangatang (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1039)Two wigged out wonders from the mysterious Lincoln Chase, an artist who found most success as a composer for other artists such as LaVern Baker, and in particular Shirley Ellis, but nevertheless recorded a raft of intriguing and often bewildering solo material. Operating strictly from left-field, Chase's songs characteristically included off-kilter rhythms and clever and esoteric word play and these sides deliver on all fronts! "I Love Your Many Ways" is lifted from the full length 'The Explosive Lincoln Chase' LP, and appears on 45rpm for the first time. The track is the undisputed winner of that set, a sublime piece of bizarro jazzy exotica with prominent, driving percussion and vocals seemingly driven in equal parts by lust and madness! 'Miss Orangatang' on the flip is a much-loved, infectious, shuffling R&B dancer where Chase sings an ode to his new simian ladyfriend. Of course! 7" 6.90

EARL CHATMAN TAKE TWO STEPS BACK/ LOVING YOU BABY (FORTUNE 844) Off beat delivery, party lyrics and great guitar break with cool blues flip. repro 7" 6.50

SAM CHATMON & SPARKS Nobody But Me / DONNA DEE Nobody’s Gonna Hurt You (Popcorn POPC 124) Two more essential, groovy popcorn spins paired in one handy package. 'Nobody But Me' is a beautiful, blues-inflected early soul mover from Sam Chatmon, featuring a stunning vocal turn from sultry siren Gwinny Witherspoon. On the flipside is Donna Dee's 'Nobody's Gonna Hurt You', a great piece of late night, jazzy blues embellished by Dee's down south country accent. Whether intentional or otherwise, the two songs are lyrically and melodically similar, making this double sider another neat little offering from the popcorn label. 7" 7.50

RUTH CHRISTIE Strange Exotic Melody/ This Must Be Love (Outta Sight RSV 047) Exotic popcorn dancer on Side A, great voices by the queen, smooth as can be! Great fingersnapping rocker on the flip, piano driven dancefloor monster!! 7" 8.50

CHARLES CLARK HIDDEN CHARMS / ROW YOUR BOAT (ARTISTC 1500) repro 7" 6.50

DEE CLARK OH LITTLE GIRL / 24 BOY FRIENDS (FALCON 1005) repro 7" 6.50

FRED CLARK GROUND HOG SNOOPER/ YOUNG JOHN WATSON SPACE GUITAR (FEDERAL 12136) Great R’n’B shouter styled mid-pacer with killer guitar instro flip side. repro 7" 6.50

TONY CLARKE Love Must Be Taboo/ WILLIE WEST Willie Knows How (Outta Sight RSV028) 6 MORE R&B SCORCHERS from Outta Sight and the biggest haul yet – over $2,000 of indemand R&B action. First under the spotlight is the legendary New York born Northern Soul star and former chef Tony Clarke. Clarke will be forever synonymous for his mid-60s Chess recordings “The Entertainer” and “Landslide”. Here we feature his debut R&B rocker “Love Must Be Taboo”. From 1962. The flip-side features the rare, and finest, recording by Willie West – “Willie Knows How”. 7" 8.50

JUDY CLAY Do You Think That's Right/ BABY WASHINGTON I've Got A Feeling (Outta Sight RSV 048)Two outta site female RnB dancefloor fillers on one 45. Judy Clay is a storming harmonica driven song and my beloved Baby is here with her killer dancer " I've Got A Feeling"!! 7" € 8.50

MARRY CLAYTON I've Got My Eyes On You / The Doorbell Rings (Outta Sight RSV026) The spotlight this month falls on Marry Clayton and her debut solo 45 originally released on the Teldisc label. In-demand on the northern soul scene for “The Doorbell Rings” but now equally sought after for the flipside “I’ve Got My Eyes On You”. And if, like me, you're wondering about her name, YES, she is best known as Merry Clayton, a former Raelette and background vocalist on the Rolling Stones hit “Gimme Shelter”. 7" 8.50



CLEAR WATERS HILLBILLY BLUES/ BOOGIE WOOGIE BABY (ATOMIC -H 203) repro 7" 6,50

CLEARWATER DUCKWALK/ MOMEE MOMEE (USA 827) Killer rockin’ blues Didley-esque blaster! repro 7" 6.50

CLERVERS PLEASE REMIND / TEARS (REEL 114) repro 7" 6.50

THE CLIQUES I’M IN LOVE WITH A GIRL/ MY DESIRE (MODERN 995) repro 7" 6.50

BRUCE CLOUD My Book / Lucky Is My Name (RSV039) Released in 1962 “My Book”, coupled with “Lucky Is My Name” was the first of two 45s by Bruce Cloud for Herb Newman’s L.A. based Era label. The record failed to hit and Newman recycled the backing track for a novelty record, “Sales Pitch” by Tommy T and The Targets on his Big R subsidiary. Cloud was a former member of Billy Ward’s Dominoes but left the group in ‘62 to pursue a solo career. Not finding much success at Era he switched to neighboring Motif in 1963 and recorded two killer Northern Soul 45s: “Soul Mambo” and “Let Me Come Back Home” before ending up at Capitol where, in 1969, he scored his only LP, the very worthy California Soul. Falling disillusioned out of the record business Cloud murdered his wife and two year old son before committing suicide in 1971. 7" 8.50

WILLIE COBBS YOU DON’T LOVE / SLOW DOWN BABY (RULER 1000) repro 7" 6.50

DANNY COBB MY ISABELLA/ A BRAND NEW DEAL (JUBILEE 5206) Killer guitar and mambo rhythm must have - big on the club scene. repro 7" 6.50

JAMIE COE Cleopatra/ THE PRECISIONS Cleopatra (POPCORN 120) Two classy R&B numbers conjured in ode to that famous old queen of the east, Cleopatra, an historic muse who has inspired artists and musicians to channel their inner sense of exotica for thousands of years now. Jamie Coe's take on Cleo is an uptempo dancer with classy production, lavish string accompaniment and a cool, laid back, swaggering vocal turn from Coe himself, while vocal group the Precisions give us a drama-laden piece full of atmosphere and soul. 7" 7.50

ANN COLE GOT MY MOJO WORKING / I’VE GOT A LITTLE BOY (BATON 237) repro 7" 6.50

MARY COLEMAN I’LL MAKE HIM MINE/ NO GOOD MAN (Y’VETTES 101) Stunning Blues vocal with stinging guitar work from Benny sharp. A St. louis burner! repro 7" 6.50

THE COLEMANAIRES I CANNOT UNDERSTAND IT/ THIS MAY BE MY LAST TIME (APOLLO 308) Gospel two sider. repro 7" 6,50

AMOS COMO HOLE IN THE WALL/ HEARTBROKEN LIPS (STARDAY 257) repro 7" 6.50

PRINCE CONLEY I’m Going Home/ FABULOUS PLAYBOYS - Honky tonk woman (Outta Sight RnB - RSV002) Outta Sight trace the musical roots of Northern Soul back to its spiritual home in the Bible Belt of the southeastern United States. It can be traced back to the late forties, to the birth of rhythm and blues, itself a hybrid of gospel, blues and hot jazz. A decade later, due to the rapid expansion of independent record labels (not least Detroit's Motown Records), R&B music inevitably found its way to these shores, and captured the imagination of insurance salesman and budding DJGuy Stevens. Rhythm and Blues had arrived and buried deep in its grooves was the unmistakable dance beat that we call Northern Soul. 7" 8.50

CAROL CONNORS That's All It Takes/ I Wanna Know (Forty 5 PSV-002) Carol Connors is perhaps best known as the lead singer with Phil Spector’s Teddy Bears. She went on to have a solo career, initially as Carol Collins and then, in 1961, as Carol Connors. She also co-wrote the theme to Rocky, “Gonna Fly Now”, and wrote the lyrics to two songs in Roman Polanski’s Oscar nominated The Pianist. Here we feature her two most highly prized Northern Soul and Popcorn rarities from ’62. 7" 8.50

CONTOURS Whole Lotta Woman / Regional Version (Jukebox Jam JBJ1055) The Contours 'Whole Lotta Woman' is a great example of the exciting early soul era, and the trend-setting sounds that were emerging from Detroit's R&B scene of the early '60s. With one foot in the raw, saltier waters of the 1950s, and the other tapping a groovier, less jagged rhythm that was about to take hold of the nations clubs, 'Whole Lotta Woman' is a record which sits perfectly on the cusp. Appearing here on side A in the songs first incarnation - and the one which made a lot of noise locally in Detroit - and on Side B with the reworked, 'polished' version which Berry Gordy hoped would ignite nationally. In the event, neither release took the Contours to wide fame - that would come soon after with the release of 'Do You Love Me'. 7" 6.90
THE CONTOURS
Claudia / JACK HAMMER Mean And Evil Me (Cole Slaw) Limited 45, exclusively pressed for a R&B party here in Hamburg. 7" 6.90

DOLLY COOPER MY MAN / AY LA BAH (MODERN 965) repro 7" 6.50

JOHNNY COPELAND ROCK AND ROLL LILLY / GEORGE YOUNG CAN’T STOP ME (MERCURY 71280) repro 7" 6.50

BABY CORTEZ HONEY BABY / YOU GIVE ME HEEBY JEEBIES (OKEH 4-7102) repro 7" 6.50
DAVE ‘BABY’ CORTEZ GETTIN' TO THE POINT / HAPPY FEET (CHESS 1874) repro 7" 6.50

HAYES COTTON BLACK WINGS HAVE MY ANGEL / I’LL BE WAITING (RESISIT 504) Stunning Soul/ R’n’B two sider and super rare on original 45. 7" 6.50

JAMES COTTON MY BABY / STRAIGHTEN UP BABY (SUN 199) Great blues twin spinner from James Cotton who is still playing today, super rare on original 45. repro 7" 6.50
JAMES COTTON COTTON CROP BLUES/ HOLD ME IN YOUR ARMS (SUN 206) Monster blues rocker with killer guitar and thundering vocal. repro 7" 6.50

COUSIN LEROY I’M LONESOME/ UP THE RIVER (EMBER 1023) repro 7" 6.50

CRAWFORD BROTHERS It Feels Good / I Ain't Guilty (Aladdin) Uptempo R'n'B sax-led rocker. Limited repro 7" 6.90

G. "DAVY" CROCKETT LOOK OUT MABEL / DID YOU EVER LOVE SOMEBODY (CHIEF 7010) repro 7" 6.50

ARTHUR 'BIG BOY' CRUDUP DIG MYSELF A HOLE/ MEAN OLE FRISCO (FIRE 1502) repro 7" 6.50
ARTHUR CRUDUP SHOUT SISTER SHOUT / THAT'S ALRIGHT (RCA 13) repro 7" 6.50
ARTHUR 'BLUES' CRUDUP She's My Baby/ The Moon Is Rising (Champion) WOW! Completely unreleased, unknown Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup (or Arthur "Blues" Crudup as he is known here) track and its a killer. Taken from an acetate recorded for Champion in Jackson, Mississippi from 1952, this is a fast Blues Stomper in the style of his Uptempo RCA sides. The flip is a great slower blues with a great slappin' Bass backing. 7" 6.90

EDDIE ‘TEX’ CURTIS SHAKE PRETTY BABY SHAKE/ OLIVER JONES WHAT I SAY (GEE 4) repro 7" 6,50

LEROY DALLAS JUMP LITLE CHILDREN JUMP/ I’M DOWN NOW (SITTIN’ IN WITH 522) repro 7" 6.50

EDDIE DANIELS I WANNA KNOW / MARDI GRAS (EBB 133) repro 7" 6.50
EDDIE DANIELS PLAYIN’ HIDE GO SEEK/ WHOA WHAO BABY (EBB 108) Killer rockabilly 2 sider from 1957. Featured on Desperate Rock n roll vol 1, with Eddie Cochran on Guitar! repro 7" 6,50

EUNICE DAVIS Get Your Enjoys / Go To Work Pretty Daddy (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1027) Eunice Davis’ super slinky - and super risqué - vocals combine with a stuttering, off-kilter rhythm on this great and totally unique number cut in the mid-50s for the Deluxe subsidiary of King records. At the time, the talented Davis was working as one half of an in-house writing team for King, with Lowman ‘El’ Pauling, but she had also led a slew of releases herself, signing off her career with the regional hit, ‘Rock Little Daddy’ for Derby Records in New York. ‘Get Your Enjoys’ was sadly to be the only release for Deluxe and her career drifted into local obscurity soon after.On the flip is ’Go To Work Pretty Daddy’, another transparently lewd ditty set to a brash, big city Jump Blues backing, this from Eunice Davis’ sole release for the Atlantic label. 7" 6.90

JAN DAVIS WATUSI ZOMBIE/ POOKY (HOLIDAY 1213) great instro from Jungle Exotica comp! repro 7" 6.50

SONNY DAY & THE TONY RAY COMBO Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt / Creature From Outer Space (Star) A-side is a popcorn dance gem, b-side a UFO rockabilly killer. repro 7" 6.50

DEAN & JEAN OH YEAH/ COME TAKE A WALK WITH ME (BUCKEYE 1001) repro 7" 6.50
DEAN & JEAN STICKS AND STONES / IN MY WAY (RUST 5089) repro 7" 6.50

LORIN DEAN FI FO FUM / JOHNY SPAIN I'M IN LOVE (BACK BEAT 504) repro 7" 6.50

THE DEL-RAYS DIMPLES / FORTUNE TELLER (R AND H 1005) repro 7" 6.50

SLY DELL LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT IT/ MARTY LEWIS SATISFIED WITH MY LOVIN’ (FLAME 10148) Wild pounding black rocker courtesy of Eddie Lang with killer piano flipped with mid paced mover – the best 2x sides on the label back to back. repro 7" 6.50

THE DEVOTIONS Zindy Lou / Snow White (Roulette 4580) Killer 1964 Pounding Jungle Exotica type version of the Specialty vocal group classic by The Chimes. This little known cover (with a quite different arrangement) from the early sixties by Queens vocal group The Devotions features a groove with pounding drums all the way through. The very different flip offers an uptempo workout of the fairy tale - ‘the dwarves put her in a glass case’ – in classic New York white group doo wop style. A real one-off! 7" 6.90

BO DIDDLEY DOWN HOME SPECIAL / MUMBLIN' GUITAR (CHECKER 369) repro 7" 6.50
BO DIDDLEY WHO DO YOU LOVE/ MONA (CHECKER 842) repro 7" 6,50
BO DIDDLEY PRETTY THING/ BRING IT TO JEROME (CHECKER 827) repro 7" 6,50
BO DIDDLEY I'M A MAN / BO DIDDLEY (Checker 814) Classic!! repro 7" 6.90
BO DIDDLEY YOU CAN’T JUDGE A BOOK BY THE COVER/ I CAN TELL (CHECKER 1019) Classic belting blues rocker. repro 7" 6.50
BO DIDDLEY BO MEETS THE MONSTER/ WILLIE AND LILLIE (CHECKER 907) Impossible to find on original press 45, you can finally complete your Diddley 45’s collection with this neat repro! repro 7" 6.50

VARETTA DILLARD SCORCHED/ GOOD GRAVY BABY (TRIUMPH 608) Monster popcorn/ R’n’B twin spinner. repro 7" 6.50

DIXIE DOODLERS SHE WAS ALL I HAD / BEST OF FRIENDS (EXCELLO 2023) Country Blues, with more of 30's Jug band sound, released in the 50's and the rarest Excello release. repro 7" 6,50

FLOYD DIXON / TONY HARRIS OOH LITTLE GIRL / TRY THIS LI'OLE (EBB 105) repro 7" 6.50
FLOYD DIXON HEY BARTENDER/ ROLL BABY ROLL (CAT 114) Two killers from the Ebb stable back to back!. repro 7" 6,50

DOCTOR ROSS CALL THE DOCTOR / NEW YORK BREAKDOWN (HI-Q 5033) repro 7" 6.50
DOCTOR ROSS
CAT SQUIRREL / THE SUNNYLAND (FORTUNE 857) repro 7" 6.50
DOCTOR ROSSINDUSTRIAL BOOGIE/ THIRTY-TWO TWENTY (D I R 101) repro 7" 6.50
DOCTOR ROSS NUMBERS BLUES/ CANNONBALL (HI-Q 5027) More harmonica blues blasting from the Doctor. repro 7" 6.50
DOCTOR ROSS COME BACK BABY/ CHICAGO BREAKDOWN (SUN 193) Killer blues boppin' two-sider from the Doctor, massive floor fillers. repro 7" 6.50
DOCTOR ROSS THE BOOGIE DISEASE/ JUKE BOX BOOGIE (SUN 212) Another killer twin-spinner from the Doctor, nice and primitive. repro 7" 6.50

THE DODGERS YOU MAKE ME HAPPY / LET'S MAKE A WHOLE LOT OF LOVE (ALADDIN 3259) R'n'B vocal group rockers with explosive sax breaks from the mid fifties. Limited repro 7" 6.90

SHY GUY DOUGLAS MONKEY DOIN’ WOMAN/ WHAT’S THIS I HEAR (TODD 1092) repro 7" 6.50

BIG AL DOWNING GEORGIA SLOP / I FEEL GOOD (COLUMBA 43185) repro 7" 6.50
AL DOWNING DOWN ON THE FARM/ OH! BABE (WHITE ROCK 1111) Stunning Black Rock ‘n’ Roll classic with pounding piano. repro 7" 6.50

DRIFTERS Drip Drop/ 5 ROYALES Catch That Teardrop (Outta Sight RSV 046) Two all-time faves back to back. Killer release! 7" 8.50

AGGIE DUKES JOHN JOHN/ JEANNIE BARNES CAN’T GET YOU OFF MY MIND (ALADDIN 3388) Great driving female R'n'B rocker with cool popcorn flavoured flipster. repro 7" 6.50

CHAMPION JACK DUPREE SHAKE BABY SHAKE / HIGHWAY BLUES (RED ROBIN 112) Rockin’ Blues classics from Champion Jack who married a lady from Halifax! repro 7" 6.50
CHAMPION JACK DUPREE SHIM SHAM SHIMMY/ DRUNK AGAIN (RED ROBIN 130) She owned a chip shop!! repro 7" 6.50
JACK DUPREE
STUMBLING BLOCK/ THAT’S MY PA (KING 8568) repro 7" 6,50

RUTH DURAND I’M WISE/ TIN CAN ALLEY (POST 2012) Booting New Orleans sax and piano driven femme rocker with cool blues flip. repro 7" 6.50

J.D. EDWARDS HOBO / CRYING (IMPERIAL 5245) repro 7" 6.50

LITTLE WILLIE EGANS YOU MUST BE FOOLIN’ / TREAT ME RIGHT (SPRY 107) Belting two sided rocker and Egans’ finest moment. repro 7" 6.50

DOROTHY ELLIS DRILL DADDY DRILL/ MUST GO OUT AND PLAY (FEDERAL 12070) repro 7" 6.50

JIMMY PREACHER ELLIS I'm Gonna Do It By Myself/ Go Head On (Record Shack) R'n'B mover / dancefloor filler. 7" 8.50

BILLY (THE KID) EMERSON THE WOODCHUCK / I’M NOT GOING HOME (SUN 203) Killer blues rocker and super rare on original press. 7" 6.50
BILLY (The Kid) EMERSON
I Never Get Enough/ PINEY BROWN Sugar In My Tea (Outta Sight RnB - RSV014) Two rarities originally released on the fab Mad Label! 7" 8.50

SHERMAN EVANS I DON’T CARE/ YO YO TWIST (MANCO 1049) His two best sides flipped together, big on the mod scene just now. repro 7" € 6.50

VICKI EVANS DON’T TALK THAT TALK TO ME/ SPEED MY MAN HOME (TUXEDO 908) Excellent female R&B!! repro 7" 6,50

BETTY EVERETT AIN’T GONNA CRY/ KILLER DILLER (COBRA 5024) Hard driving pleader and and mid paced blues blasters from Ms Everett - killer vocals! repro 7" 6.50

FABULOUS SILVERTONES DIMPLES / MIDNIGHT THUNDER (WEST COAST 452) repro 7" 6,50
THE FABULOUS SILVER TONES HEY SALLY MAE/ STRANGER IN PARADISE (WEST COAST 453) Killer rocker with great guitar! repro 7" 6.50

FENTION & THE CASTLE ROCKERS DOUBLE FREEZE/ THE FREEZE (DUKE 190) repro 7" 6.50

MARY ANN FISHER Put On My Shoes / FAYE ADAMS The Hammer Keeps A Knockin' (Outta Sight RSV031) Welcome to part 11 in the Outta Sight Rhythm & Blues archive 45s series featuring more killer R&B action. First under the spotlight is former Raelette Mary Ann Fisher with her $300+ Fire label rarity “Put On My Shoes”. Similar in style to "Hit The Road Jack", this swinging R&B growler from 1958 has been a floor-filler across Europe for a number of years and is an essential disc for any DJ. It's backed by Faye Adams' "The Hammer Keeps A Knockin'" - one for all you popcorn fans. 7" 8.50

DOROTHEA FLEMING THE DEVIL IS MAD/ I’M GLAD YOU’RE LEAVING ME (JAGUAR 3009) Romping female gospel tinged rocker flipped with steady femme blues shouter. repro 7" 6.50

PHIL FLOWERS TWISTIN' BEAT / MOVE ON (DOMINO 500) repro 7" 6.50
PHIL FLOWERS THE DANCES / NO MORE TOSSIN’ AND TURNIN’ (SWAY 903) Dance class masterpiece!! 7" 6.50

FRANK FLOYD ROCK A LITTLE BABY/ MONKEY LOVE (F&L 1009) repro 7" 6.50

RUBEN FORT / DEANE HAWLEY So Good b/w Boss Man (Popcorn POPC.118) Two more impeccably sculpted popcorn R&B sides, with contrasting but complimentary sounds. Ruben Fort's 'So Good' is a real gem of early Detroit soul, released in 1960 amidst that super-exciting transitional period in the R&B sound of the city and indeed the nation as a whole. Deanne Hawley's 'Bossman' is, strictly speaking, neither soul nor R&B, but instead sits in that unique bracket between rock & roll, blues, country and pop, a little niche from which so many popcorn sides seem to be culled. A classic of the genre, either way, and a really infectious piece of music however you define it. 7" € 7.50

SLY FOX I’M TIRED OF BEGGIN’/ HOO-DOO SAY (SPARK 108) repro 7" 6,50
THE SLY FOX
MY FOUR WOMEN / ALLEY MUSIC (SPARK 112) repro 7" 6.50

CAROL FRAN I'M GONNA TRY / CRYING IN THE CHAPEL (PORT 3000) rrepro 7" 6.50
CAROL FRAN Knock Knock/ KITTY WHITE I'm Gonna Be Your Fool Next Monday (Outta Sight RSV 037) Two floorfillers on this doublesider! 7" € 8.50

MABEL FRANKLIN LET’S DO THE WIGGLE/ DREAM I HAD LAST NIGHT (RITZY 1002) Expect a rasping vocal delivery on this homage to the most basic dance of them all. Mabel was backed by DC Bender on guitar. repro 7" 6.50

JOHN FRED LENNE/ YOU’RE MAD AT ME (JEWEL 736) Fantastic bopper and a hit on the dance floor for many years now. repro 7" 6.50

BOBBY FREEMAN LITTLE GIRL DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND / DO YOU WANNA DANCE (JOSIE 896) Massive club floor filler with classic feelgood flipside. repro 7" 6.50

EVELYN FREEMAN DIDN'T IT RAIN / WATER BOY (UNITED ARTISTS 406) repro 7" 6.50

TINY FULLER CAT WALK / SHOCK (MARLIN 6301) repro 7" 6.50

LOWELL FULSON / EDDIE WARE ROCK THIS MORNING/LIMA BEANS (CHECKER 882) repro 7" 6.50

GABRIEL & HIS TRUMPET DON’T STAY OUT AL NIGHT/ PEOPLE YOU DON’T KNOW MY MIND ROYAL AMERICAN 33) repro 7" 6.50
GABRIEL & THE ANGELS CHUMBA / ROBBIE ROBINSON GOOFIN’ (APRIL 1102) Interesting instro twin spinner with a touch of exotica. repro 7" € 6.50

BOB GADDY SLOW DOWN BABY / BLUES HAS WALKED IN MY ROOM (HARLEM 2330) Honking R&B!. repro 7" 6.50

ROY "Mr. Guitar" GAINES WORRIED 'BOUT YOU BABY/ ALL MY LIFE (GROOVE 0161) repro 7" 6,50
ROY GAINES
SKIPPY IS A SISSY/ BOB CALLAWAY NATIVE (RCA 7243) repro 7" 6.50

CLARENCE GARLOW CRAWFISHIN' / ROUTE 90 (FLAIR 1021) repro 7" 6.50
CLARENCE GARLOW New Bon Ton Roulay / Bon Ton Roulay (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1038) Two all-time classic, seminal Rumba-laden R&B sides backed together for the first time. Texan born guitarist and vocalist Clarence Garlow first cut 'Bon Ton Roula' in 1950 for local label Macy's. A unique piece of music laced with Cajun slang ('Bon Ton Roula' translates to 'Good Times Roll', as in 'Let The...') and set to a heavily played, clattering Rumba drum track. The song became a regional hit and perhaps Garlow's signature piece. Originally a 78 only release, this appears on 45 for the first time. Such was the song's popularity that he returned to it a number of times with his own answer records. We thus feature 'New Bon Ton Roulay' on the A-side, a jazzier, less frenetic version, originally cut in 1953 for the Aladdin label in LA, and sounding just as cool and hep all these years later... 7" 6.90

BILLY GARNER / MAC REBENNACK LTTLE SCHOOL GIRL / STORM WARNING (MOJO 2171) repro 7" 6.50

AL GARRIS THAT’S ALL/ LARRY ELLIS I LOVE YOU PRETTY BABY (GLODIS 1005) A great rockin' r&b stroller and a sought after brassy new breed soul stroller on the flip. repro 7" 6.50

REX GARVIN OH YEAH! / I TOLD YOU BEFORE (SCATT 103) repro 7" 6.50

BARBIE GAYE MY BOY LOLLIPOP/ SAY YOU UNDERSTAND (DARL 1002) repro 7" 6.50

BILLY GAYLES SAD AS A MAN CAN BE/ JUST ONE MORE TIME (FEDERAL 12287) repro 7" 6,50
BILLY GAYLES I'M TORE UP/ DO RIGHT BABY (FEDERAL 12265) repro 7" 6,50

LLOYD GEORGE COME ON TRAIN/ FROG HUNT (POST 10006) Huge ‘unknown’ bopper and stroller twin-spinner that will fill the dance floors. repro 7"6.50

BEVERLY ANN GIBSON A Three Dollar Bill / ROSEMARY Not Much (Do You Baby) (Outta Sight RSV027) On this 45 we get two R&B big hitters back-to-back, Beverley Ann Gibson’s £100 “Three Dollar Bill”, a scorching put-down R&B / mod soul crossover track that is sure to ignite the dancefloor. It's backed with Rosemary’s £200 “Not Much”, a splendid shimmy-shaker with equal dancefloor pedigree. 7" 8.50

STEVE GIBSON Big Game Hunter/ Why Don't You Love Me (Jukebox Jam JBJ1049)Risque R&B from the well-traveled bandleader Steve Gibson. Over a catchy but minimal, syncopated and snappy drum, bass and guitar and piano backing, the baritone vocal runs through various double entendres with a hunting theme as backing vocal group the Red Caps egg him along. He's a big game hunter, with a big game hunter's gun... You get the picture... And if not, Gibson's wife Damita Jo LeBlanc joins the party as the song fades, 'Great Big ol' game hunter' she purrs. Just how did they get away with this kind of thing back in '53?!? 7" 6,90

GIN GILETTE Train To Satanville / BARON DAEMON Ghost Guitars (Wavy Gravy 45) Killer Ghostly Femme R&B Rarity backed with Spooky Instro greatness. repro 7" 6.50

BOYD GILMORE ALL IN MY DREAMS / TAKE A LITLLE WALK WITH ME (MODERN 872) repro 7" 6.50

JIMMY GOOD WATCH DOG / LET ME BE YOUR FRIEND (JET 1006) repro 7" 6.50

ROSCO GORDON THE CHICKEN / LOVE FOR YOU BABY (Flip 237) 7" 6.90
ROSCO GORDON NEW ORLEANS WIMMEN / NO MORE DOGGIN’ (RPM 358) repro 7" 6.50

RUFUS GORDON LONG TALL SALLY / CHUCK LOVETT SHORT FAT FANNIE (GATEWAY 1167) The finest two gateway releases back to back and great cover versions of these R’n’R classics. repro 7" 6.50

JOHN GREER BOTTLE IT UP & GO/ COME BACK MAYBELLINE (GROOVE 0002) His best two sides back-to-back. repro 7" 6.50

RUDY GREEN WILD LIFE / JUICY FRUIT (EMBER 1012) repro 7" 6.50

GRIFFIN BROTHERS I WANNA GO BACK / ...& MARGIE DAY STUBBORN AS A MULE (DOT 1117) Two great dance floor thrillers re-issued here on a back-to-back 45, huge JA sound system hits! repro 7" 6.50
GRIFFIN BROTHERS W/ MARGIE DAY LITTLE RED ROOSTER / IT’D SURPRISE YOU (DOT 1019) Early female R’n’B rocker with great mid-paced flipster – early recordings. repro 7" 6.50

PAULA GRIMES IT’S HAPPENIN’ BABY / YOU MOVE ME SO (TURF 2024) Female R’n’B banger with moody ‘popcorn’ flip. 7" 6.50

SANDRA GRIMMS HALLELUJAH ROCK ‘N’ ROLL / SOMEWHERE THE SUN IS SHINING (SAMSON 102) Gospel tinged black Rock ‘n’ Roll rocking dance floor twin-spinner. repro 7" 6.50

ARTHUR GRISWALD Pretty Mama Blues / Trying For a Future (Jukebox Jam) By far one of the most infectious and danceable ‘60s blues tracks out there, this one picks us up from the off and doesn’t shake us off until it’s 2 and a half minute time slot subsides. Thumping, hard-driving, beat-led R&B from the Toledo, Ohio based Griswold brothers - two under-exposed heroes of latter-period blues who showed up in Detroit sometime in the mid to late 60s to cut officially the last two singles in the catalogue of the legendary motor-city based Fortune label. And this was no limp send-off either! Mean and gritty to the very last note, just how we like it! 7" 6.90

LALO GUERRERO Los Chucos Suave / Tequila (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1042) One of the highlights from our current Jukebox Mambo compilation and a song which really deserved a 45rpm release in its own right, Lalo Guererro's 'Los Chucos Suaves' is perhaps the definitive recording in the short-lived Los Angeles sub-genre of Pachuco music - the sounds which emanated from the Mexican youth sub-culture of the same name in the late 1940s. A hybrid of American Jazz, Pop and Latin American rhythms, with songs sung in Spanish and dense in chicano slang, the movement was an intriguing sub-plot in the emergent narrative of rock and roll in the mid-century. Guererros 'Los Chucos Suaves' was the anthem to the young pachuco's and pachuca's of LA - young hepcat Mexican's who decked themselves out in voluminous zoot suits. Guererro sings of how these cool kids are ditching the jitterbug and the boogie woogie in favour of the cuban rumba and danzon dances. It's a unique, swinging number which always catches the ear and is guaranteed to set the dance floor off. On the flip side is a terrific rendition of the Champs 'Tequila', with added lyrics from Lalo Guererro, sung in Spanish and a loose, jazzy approach giving this well-worn rock & roll instrumental staple an earthier, more rustic appeal. 7" € 6.90

GUITAR CRUSHER I’VE GOT TO KNOW/ CUDDLE UP (T&S 101) Crushing Guitar driven blues rocker with rasping vocals whilst the flipside guitar work will strip the paint from the walls! repro 7" 6.50

VINCE MONROE GIVE IT UP / GUITAR GABLE – GUITAR RHUMBO (EXCELLO 2089) Vince wants sex or his money back on this great Loozianna rocker with killer instro flip. 7" 6.50

ARTHUR GUNTER BABY LET’S PLAY HOUSE / SHE’S MINE ALL MINE (EXCELLO 2047) Original version of this iconic song that helped put Elvis on the map. repro 7" 6.50

SHIRLEY GUNTER OOP SHOOP / IT’S YOU (FLAIR 1050) repro 7" 6.50

H BOMB FERGUSON BOOKIES BLUES/ GOOD LOVIN’ (SAVOY 836) 50’s jump Blues shouters do not come much better than this belting two-sider. From the blonde wig wearing ferguson. repro 7" 6.50

CARL HENRY HALL Summertime/ JIMMY RANDOLPH Summertime (Popcorn POPC128) Female singer Carl Henry Hall's version works the timeless melody into a groovy, horn led riff which keeps on building. A great dancefloor worker. On the flip, Jimmy Randolph's take is a slower, jazzier piece, with finger snapping rhythm and swaggering, deep male vocals. 7" 7.50

FREDDIE HALL CAN'T THIS BE MINE / PLAYIN' HARD TO GET (ABCO) Rackety guitar R&B killer! US repro - only 200 pressed! repro 7" 6.50

CHANCE HALLADAY 13 Women / BERNA DEAN 5 Gals (POPCORN 121) Chance Halladay's '13 Women' is surely the most energetic, dance floor friendly version of the song, first recorded by blues singer Dickie Thompson and made famous by Bill Haley. An up-tempo, syncopated blast with typically under-stated, laid back vocals from Halladay. On the flip here, a female's answer from Berna Dean with her own 'One Gal In Town, Five Men Hanging Around', a smouldering, jazzy number from the pen of New Orleans legend Dave Bartholomew. 7" 7.50

BILLY HAMBRIC Flaming Mamie/ UPSETTERS Jaywalking (Outta Sight RnB - RSV012) Insane unknown RnB floorfiller from 1962 on the A-Side, a superb shakin' & moving monster, which will make you jump around pronto, a brillant, slightly offbeat instrokiller on the flip, incl manic screams & a beat to make you go mad-o-bongo!! 7" 8.50

JACK HAMMER Down In The Subway / THE DUKES Unskilled Worker (Mousetrap) 19th Anniversary 7“ of London’s legendary Mod Allnighter. Mega rare Soul/RnB gem backed by cool garage from Germany from 1967. 7" 11.95

BILLY HAMLIN If You Ain’t Got No Bread (You Might As Well Stay Home In Bed) / Full version (JBJ.1033) One of the most in demand R&B records of recent years and not for no good reason. 'If You Ain't Got No Bread' is a quirky dancer full of character and charm built around a simple but ridiculously infectious horn riff. Hamlin's vocal, drawled and laced with a humorous tone is the perfect vehicle for the smart, sharp lyrics, which tell a familiar tale of financial woe and mounting bills. The song begins with an elongated spoken intro as first the landlord, car hire man and then girlfriend come knocking for cash. As entertaining as this undoubtedly is, it can also prove a bit of a floor killer as everyone hangs on for the song to kick in proper - which is really a crime as once it does get going, this is one of the best things you could ever offer any dance floor. As such, we've included a delicately edited version on the flip side, which jumps right into the best bit with no messing... Play this in a club, and flip over and listen to the full. 7" 6.90

LIONEL HAMPTON TURKEY HOP PTS. 1 & 2 (DECCA 9- 24992 ) repro 7" 6.50

HERB HARDESTY Just A Little Bit Of Everything / Perdido St (Jukebox Jam JBJ 1047) Two irresistible instrumentals from legendary N'awlins saxophonist Herbest Hardesty, the man who was a regular fixture in Dave Bartholomew's band through the 50s at Cosimo Mattassa's studio and has been Fats' bandleader for the past four or five decades! Here in a rare solo outing, Herb blows over two of his own compositions - jazzy, swinging, bluesy numbers with a minor key feel that's perfect for today's R&B floors. 'Just a Little Bit Of Everything' is actually an alternate take to that which was originally issued, recently found on the session tapes of Federal records. 7" 6.90

BERNIE HARDISON LOVE ME BABY/ YEAH, IT'S TRUE (EXCELLO 2020) repro 7" 6,50

PAT AUBURN HARE High / Bonus Pay, Ain't Gonna Be That Way (Sun SP 104) Two red hot Memphis R&B Stompers, originally not issued back in the day. Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

HARMONICA FRANK ROCKIN’ CHAIR DADDY / THE GREAT MEDICAL MENAGERIST (SUN 205) Some people consider this the first Rock ‘n’ Roll record, a sublime blend of white country and black blues by this enigmatic performer and $10,000+ on an original 45 pressing. 7" 6.50
HARMONICA FRANK SWAMP ROOT / STEP IT UP & GO (CHESS 1475) repro 7" 6.50
FRANK FLOYD ROCK A LITTLE BABY/ MONKEY LOVE (F&L 1009) repro 7" 6.50

FRAN HARRIS HE’S MY TEXAS BABY TEXAS BABY / NAUGHTY BABY (HARMAD 104) Super rare R’n’B oddball obscurity and favourite of legendary Pittsburgh DJ Mad Mike. 7" 6.50

HARMONICA ‘BLUES KING’ HARRIS BLUES KING MANGO/ I NEED YOU PRETTY BABY FOR MY OWN (EBONY 1003) Harp driven country blues obscurity going for big bucks. repro 7" 6.50

KURT HARRIS Emperor Of My Baby's Heart/ JOHNNY LOVE Chills & Fever (Outta Sight RnB - RSV015) The Northern end of R&B continues to pack the dance floors across Europe and it is showcased - at its best - in these in-demand cuts. 7" 8.50

WILLARD HARRIS STRAIGHTEN UP BABY/ E. BROOKS TALKING OFF THE WALL (EKKO 20001) repro 7" 6,50

HARVEY Any Way You Wanta / She Loves Me So (Popcorn POPC126) A bona fide classic early soul / R&B sure-shot here from Detroit legend Harvey Fuqua, a man who begun his career singing with vocal group the Moonglows before going on to become a pivotal behind the scenes figure in the formative days of the Motown empire. Originally cut in 1962, the catchy, Latin-edge mover 'Any Way You Wanta' has a 50 year history of packing out dance floors. 7" 7.50

HARVEY AND DOC Oh Baby!!/Uncle Kev (ANNETTE 1002) - Berserk screaming 1961 R&B rocker by Phil Spector & a Righteous Brother, and brother, is it righteous! 7" 6.,50

FRANK HEPPINSTALL / LONNIE SATTIN Sweetheart (Popcorn POPC.114)Twinned here are two complimenting renditions of a deliciously moody number entitled 'Sweetheart'. You can opt for either of two bluesy croon cats - on the top side we've picked Frank Heppinstall's version simply because of the sudden and unexpected blaring organ, screaming vox middle sections which give this darkly tinged little ditty an extra injection of energy. But flip it over and you can hear Lonnie Sattin's more restrained approach - slinky, conga-laden and quietly building up from a slow smoulder to a blazing finale. 7" 7.50

COUSIN HERBERT HENSON I LOSE MY MIND / JOHNNY BOND 3 OR 4 NIGHTS (TALLY 120) Nutso Rockabilly with unissued flipside. repro 7" 6.50

CHUCK HIGGINS BIG FAT MAMA/ REAL GONE HOUND DOG (COMBO 30) repro 7" 6,50
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Greasy Pig / Candied Yams (Lucky 005) Knockout uptempo instrumental with squealing saxophone on top of chants of ‘Greasy Pig’ by sax instro boss man Higgins. Flip offers more of the same for those left panting for more. Early and now pretty scarce on the collectable Lucky label from California. 7" 6.90
CHUCK HIGGINS The Blacksmith Blues / Don't You Know I Love You Baby (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1040) Super wig-twisting blooze stroller from one of the 50s LA R&B fraternity's finest honkers, Chuck Higgins. Comes complete with a laid back barrel-house piano, trademark sleazy sax break and ad-libbed gibberish lyrics. On the flip, lovely down at heel blues ballad with an emotive vocal from Frank Dunn, and our man Chuck directing the band in the back. 7" 6.90

EMMETT HOBSON / GEORGIA LANE LOOKA HERE MATTIE BEE / OOWEE MR JEFF (CENTRAL 1001) repro 7" 6.50

SILAS HOGAN JUST GIVE ME A CHANCE / AL GARNER YOU MUST BE CRAZY (EXCELLO 2255) repro 7" 6.50

RON HOLDEN MY BABE / LOVE YOU SO (NITE OWL 10 ) repro 7" 6,50

JAMES 'RED' HOLLOWAY A LA CARTE / SIMPLE STEPS (MAD 1297) repro 7" 6.50

EARL HOOKER I'm Going Down The Line/ Earl's Boogie Woogie (Sun SP 102) Memphis R&B / Blues Rockers that were never originaly issued as a 45 back in the day. Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

JOHN LEE HOOKER Shake It Up And Go / HERB ZANE Twistin' At The Pit (Outta Sight RSV024) Currently indemand is John Lee Hooker’s “Shake It Up And Go” recorded in Culver City, March 9, 1961 and originally issued on his eponymous Galaxy LP 201. The flip side is another album track, “Twistin’ At The Pit”, originally issued in 1961 on the Regent LP Twist Party attributed to Big Daddy. It is identical to the later Music Maestro 45 correctly identified as Herb Zane. 7" € 8.50

JOHNNY HORTON I’m Coming Home / I Got A Hole In My Pirogue (Columbia) repro 7" 6.90

HOT SHOT LOVE WOLF CALL BOOGIE / HARMONICA JAM (SUN 196) Moody and mesmeric spoken blues mover, an original copy sold recently for $7000. repro 7" 6.50

HOUND DOG TAYLOR MY BABY IS COMING HOME/ TAKE FIVE (BEA & BABY 112) repro 7" 6.50

CAMILLE HOWARD Fiesta In Old Mexico / Within This Heart Of Mine (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1037) We've now returned to the great Miss Howard for another two amazing sides of Latin edged Rhythm & Blues, both recorded for the Specialty label and previously available on 78rpm only. Such is the quality of both tracks, this is really a double A release as we couldn't really decide which we preferred between the playful, rhumboogie of 'Fiesta In Old Mexico' and the deeper, exotic jazz sound of 'Within This Heart Of Mine'. Either way, rest assured both tracks are smoking hot killers, with slinky Latin style percussion giving way to rolling boogie woogie piano and Camille Howard's superior sultry vocals all combining to great effect. 7" 6.90

WALTER 'SANDMAN' HOWARD CUTTIN' OUT / WILLOW TREE BLUES (DERBY 762) repro 7" 6,50

HOWLIN’ WOLF YOU’LL BE MINE/ GOING DOWN SLOW (CHESS 1813) repro 7" 6.50
HOWLIN' WOLF DOWN IN THE BOTTOM / WANG DANG DOODLE (CHESS 1793) repro 7" 6.50
HOWLIN’ WOLF CRYING AT DAYBREAK / JNR. BROOKS LONE TOWN BLUES (RPM 340) repro 7" 6.50
HOWLIN’ WOLF JUST LIKE I TREAT YOU / DO THE DO (CHESS 1823) repro 7" 6.50
HOWLIN' WOLF Well That's Alright/ Everybody's In The Mood (Sun SP-106)Killer Blues 2 sider from the wolf in stylin' hardcover sleeve. Essential! 7" 11.50
HOWLIN’ WOLF SMOKESTACK LIGHTNING/ YOU CAN’T BE BEAT (CHESS 1618) Classic blues twin spin and the Wolf’s signature tune! repro 7" 6.50

JOE HUGHES MAKE ME DANCE LITTLE ANT / I CAN'T GO ON THIS WAY (KANGAROO 106) repro 7" 6,50

PEE WEE HUGHES / EDDIE BURNS I'M A COUNTRY BOY / HELLO MISS JESSIE LEE (DELUXE 3228) repro 7" 6.50

 

 

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