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Welcome to the most recent NEWS FROM THE CRYPT!
Below you find all the stuff that we got new in stock in the last months.

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YIKES!!! TWISTIN' RUMBLE Volumes 9 AND 10 arriving Feb 17!!!
JERK BOOM BAM Volume 10 - Killer new LP of greasy late-1950s & early-1960s!!!

TABU Volume 4 LP in stock!
UGLY THINGS 36 in stock

TEENGENERATE “Get MORE Action!!” LP/CD (CRYPT-104) & 7"(CRYPT-105) - YIKES!
JUKEBOX JAM Volume 2 Double LP / CD in stock!!! And new 45s!

SYNDICATE The Egyptian Thing LP
A whole lot of NORTON NEWS finally arrived, plus a gazillion restocks!
New Dirtbombs LP in stock
Three new Rockabilly repros 7"es: BOOBY ROBERTS, CLARK RICHARD and STAN GUNN /JACK RIVERS split
Rhythm Shack Vol 2 & Saints & Sinners 9 on Sheik Records
OBLIVIANS Strong Come On EP (CRYPT-053) repress of this rawassed 1996 Single!

BACK FROM THE GRAVE Volume Six (CRYPT-007) Exotic deluxe GATEFOLD edition of this BEASTLY Volume
THE NEW BOMB TURKS “TAPEWORM BLUES” (CRYPT-103) 6-song 1992 demos 10” available NOW!!!
KIDS No Monarchy - reissue of their debut 7" and their Bastards 45!
2 new Spoonful 10"es (Volume 5 and 6)
New OBLIVIANS "Desperation" LP on In The Red!
OUTTA SIGHT R&B repro series completey in stock - all listed on the R&B repro page
OUTTA SIGHT NORTHERN SOUL series in stock now - all listed on the northern soul page

for plenty more hot stuff.. - just scroll down and enjoy....

Last update: April 1!


Get MORE Action!! CRYPT-104) Yasss.... the LONG-LOST May 1994 Egg Studios (Seattle) Crypt album sessions - all hopped-up, remixed etc - FINALLY available after disappearing for 19 years! LP is 17 originals in a GATEFOLD beaut w/liners by New Bomb Turk/”We Never Learn” Eric Davidson, CD is those 17 plus 5 covers (see BELOW 7” EP “5 Covers EP” for additional VINYL action! Side One 1. MESS ME UP 2. TEENAGE FREAK 3. DRESSED IN BLACK 4. FAKE FAKE FAKE 5. STINK 6. PLASTIC MAN 7. RIGHT NOW 8. UNTITLED Side Two 1. RADIO 55 2. FRONT PAGE 3. LET’S GET HURT 4. SHE’S SO FINE 5. DON’T LEAVE ME 6. I’M BEAT 7. I DON’T WANT TO FOLLOW YOU 8. HEY BABY 9. GROWN UP WRONG. CD extras: Boy From Nowhere (DMZ) She’s Alright (REAL KIDS) Kicked Out Of The Webelos (QUEERS) Six And Change (PAGANS) I Need Your Love Tonight (ELVIS). Gatefold LP 11.90 / CD 12.30
TEENGENERATE Five Covers EP (CRYPT-105) Yasss.... 5 MORE cuts, all covers, from the LONG-LOST May 1994 Egg Studios (Seattle) Crypt sessions - all hopped-up, remixed etc - FINALLY available after disappearing for 19 years! Tracks: Boy From Nowhere (DMZ) She’s Alright (REAL KIDS) Kicked Out Of The Webelos (QUEERS) Six And Change (PAGANS) I Need Your Love Tonight (ELVIS) 7" 5.90

KILLER BLUES/R&B repro 45s:


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
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
PITTER PATTER / BOOGIE TWIST (M&M 332) Great new breed pounder! repro 7" 6.50
MOVE AROUND EASY/ TITANS NO TIME (CLASS 253) Neat R’n’B dancer with classic strollin’ flipster. repro 7" 6.50
WHEN YOU SEE ME HURT/ DON’T YOU KNOW THAT I BELIEVE (BRENT 7021) Two sided soul rocker from ’62 and getting spins in the clubs right now. repro 7" 6.50
MAD MAN JONES SNAKE CHARMER/ YEAH! (MAD 1008) Exotica at it’s finest! repro 7" 6.50
NATHANIEL MAYER I HAD A DREAM/ I’M GONNA CRY (FORTUNE 554) His best soul searing rocker with cool guitar work. repro 7" 6.50
MARY LOU WILLIAMS w. LEON THOMAS YOU KNOW BABY/ CHIEF NATOMA FROM TACOMA (MARY 1976) Finest two sides back to back from two super rare in demand 45’s. 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
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
EDDIE KIRK THE GRUNT / EVERY HOUR, EVERY MINUTE (FORTUNE 5041) Frantic R’n’B/ Soul/ Funk rocker with killer Blues flipside. repro 7" 6.50
LIGHTNIN’ SLIM NEW ORLEANS BOUND/ MR. RAIN WHO DAT? (FEATURE 3008) Slim’s finest dancer backed with the rarest issue on the label which at one time was thought not to exist! repro 7" 6.50
TOMMY LOMONTE YEAH YEAH YEAH / I’M LEAVING (IMPERIAL 5524) Rasping black rocker. repro 7" 6.50
JERRY McCAIN MY NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR / TRYING TO PLEASE (EXCELLO 2013) Belting two sided rocker, his best 45! repro 7" 6.50
OTIS REDDING SHOUT BAMALAMA/ FAT GAL (ORBIT 135) His first 45 and a killer two sided rocker. repro 7" 6.50
OTIS RUSH JUMP SISTER BESSIE / SIT DOWN BABY (COBRA 5000) Killer two sided twin spinner from the Chicago Blues maestro. 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

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

BUTTSHAKERS!! Soul Party Volume 9 (Mr Luckee Records) 13 more Soul, Raw Funk, Rhythm n' Blues' tunes:Little Hooks & The Kings - Jerk Train/ Willie Spencer - Riding Shotgun/ Milton Howard - I Am From Missouri/ Tony Walter & His Eight Men Of Soul - Big Cadillac/ Fabulous Playboys - Nervous/ Sam & Kitty - Got Something Good/ The Young Disciplones & Co. - Bang Bang Bang/ Bobby James - Back To City/ The Autographs - Do The Duck/ R.T. & The Pot Lickers - Sticky Pig Feet/ Elmer Packer & The Night Lighters - Back To New Orleans/ Gene Waiters - Shake And Shingaling/ Biggie Raitt - We Don't Need/ Rodney Jones & Larry & The Hippies Band - Right On Right On. LP 14.50
BUTTSHAKERS!! Soul Party Volume 10 (Mr Luckee Records) 14 more Soul, Raw Funk, Rhythm n' Blues' tunes: Rudy Tee & The Reno Bops - Talk About Soul/ The Diamond Uprisers - New Kind Of Jerk/ Bobby Jones - I Got A Habit Of Lovin' You/ Little Oscar - The Message/ Mad Dog & The Pups - Hep Squeeze/ Wild Willie Wise - Soul Brother Number One/ Father & Sons - Soul In Bowl/ Doug Clark & The Nuts - Baby, Let Me Bang Your Box/ Louis Jones & Bobby Scott Orchestra - Come On/ Curtis Knight & The KC - Everybody Going Wild/ Lloyd W. Williams - Be Mine Tonight/ Jesse G. - Get In The Groove/ Davis Jones & The Fenders - Boss With Hot Sauce/ Jimmy Toliver - Who Do You Love. LP 14.50

CASUALEERS Dance, Dance, Dance / CHUCK WOOD Seven Days Too Long (Outta Sight OSV103) Sticking with Casino classics and they don’t come any bigger than The Casualeers’ “Dance, Dance, Dance”. Their only release on Roulette that sank without trace in 1966 only to be propelled into the hearts and souls of the youth of Britain when it was re-released on Pye Disco Demand almost a decade later. Here we pair it with Chuck Wood’s (aka J R Bailey) Torch classic “Seven Days Too Long”. 7" 8.50

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 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

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

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

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

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

DETROIT SOUL All Of My Life/ Mister Hip (Beatin Rhythm Records) Re-issue of classic Northern Soul tunes back to back. 7" 8.50

BO DIDDLEY In The Spotlight (Rumble Records) Not Guilty, Hong Kong Mississippi, You're Looking Good, Bo's vacation, Congo, Bo's Blues/ Moon Baby, Bo Diddley is A Lover, Aztec, Back Home, Bo Diddley Is Loose, Love Is A Secret, Quick Draw, Sick And Tired. LP 13.50
BO DIDDLEY Is A Lover (Rumble Records) Road Runneer, Story Of Bo Diddley, Scuttle Bug, Signifying Blues, Let Me In, Limber/ Love Me, Craw-Dad, Walkin' And Talkin', Travellin' West, Deed And Deed I Do, Live My Life. LP 13.50

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

INVITATIONS Skiing In The Snow / What's Wrong With Me Baby? (Outta Sight OSV100) After an incredible three years Outta Sight are proud to announce the release of the 100th Northern Soul reissue in the highly collectable OSV series. The Invitations first burst onto the UK rare soul scene at the famed Twisted Wheel club in Manchester with their UK Stateside release “What’s Wrong With Me Baby?”. Still hugely popular today, this original American DynoVoice recording from 1965 was penned and produced by writing partners Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell who also brought us The Toys “A Lover’s Concerto” and Odyssey’s 1977 disco classic “Native New Yorker”. The duo also delivered The Invitations final DynoVoice release in 1966 - the iconic “Skiing In The Snow”, forever synonymous with the heyday of Northern Soul when 2,000 young soulies packed the cavernous dance floor at Wigan Casino. With picture sleeve! 7" 9.50

COOKIE JACKSON Try Love (Just One More Time)/ JACKI ROSS Hard Times (Outta Sight RSV035) Next up we feature two tough West Coast discs from 1961 and 62 respectively. The top-side is the massive floor-shaker "Try Love" by Lorraine "Cookie" Jackson recorded with bandleader Zeke Strong. The flip-side, "Hard Times" is the debut 45 from Jacki(e) Ross cut for Sam Cooke and J W Alexander's SAR label. 7" 8.50

JERRY (COUNT) JACKSON & THE DOMINO'S The Band Doll / Baby You Can Get Your Gun (Outta Sight RSV022) The spotlight this month falls on Jerry (Count) Jackson (aka Jerry LaCroix) and the indemand R&B dancer “The Band Doll”. Originally issued on Heuy Meaux’s Tear Drop label in 1962 and reissued in 1965 on Pic 1, the track was originally attributed to the Boogie Kings who LaCroix later joined.This is backed with Earl King's "Baby You Can Get Your Gun". 7" 8.50

ETTA JAMES Good Rockin' Mama (Ace) Details: 'Good Rockin’ Mama' compiles all of Etta’s best up-tempo Modern tracks into a set that will prod any dancin’ party into life, from her first single ‘The Wallflower’ (aka ‘Roll With Me Henry’) through to her final recording for the company, ‘“Baby, Baby” Every Night’. All 14 tracks are classic examples of the young Etta: Tough Lover/ Good Rockin' Daddy/ W-o-m-a-n/ Shortnin' Bread Rock/ The Pick Up/ Good Lookin'/ The Wallflower/ Dance With Me Henry/ Baby Baby Every Night/ Hickory Dickory Dock/ Strange Things Happening/ Hey Henry/ Come What May/ That's All. Pressed on 180g fuchsia-coloured vinyl in heavy-duty sleeve. LP 20.50
ETTA JAMES The Argo Singles 1960-62 (Not Now) 30 cuts on a double LP: All I Could Do Was Cry/ Girl Of My Dreams/ My Dearest Darling/ Tough Mary/ At Last/ I Just Want To Make Love To You/ Trust In Me/ Anything To Say You're Mine/ Fool That I Am/ Dream/ Don't Cry Baby/ A Sunday Kind Of Love/ It's Too Soon To Know/ Seven Day Fool/ Something's Got A Hold On Me/ Waiting For Charlie To Come Home/ Stop The Wedding/ Street Of Tears/ Next Door To The Blues/ Fools Rush In/ Would It Make Any Difference To You/ How Do You Speak To An Angel/ If I Can't Have You/ My Heart Cries/ Spoonful/ It's A Crying Shame/ That's All/ W-o-m-a-n/ The Wallflower (Dance With Me Henry)/ Hold Me, Squeeze Me. Double LP € 21.90

JERK BOOM BAM Greasy Rhythm n' Blues And Nasty Soul Party Volume Seven (RSAB-117) Little Betty TWISTIN SCHOOL, El Pauling PLEASE PLEASE BE MINE, The Twi-Lighters LIVE LIKE A KING, The Rollers TROUBLES, The Atlantics TRACY, Junior Lewis TEARS ON MY FACE, Preacher Stevens MARY, Marie Adams THATS THE WAY TO GET ALONG, The Grandisons ALL RIGHT, Dorothy Berry & Jimmy Norman - I'M WITH YOU ALL THE WAY, Inuz Moore IF IT AIN'T ONE THING IT'S ANOTHER, The Wild Ones A LITTLE BIT OF SOUL, Barbara Lynn YOU CAN'T BUY MY LOVE, Billy Emerson EVERY WOMAN I KNOW, Eddie Lang SOMETHING WITHIN ME, Bobby Williams MY BABY CRIES. LP11.90
JERK BOOM BAM Greasy Rhythm n' Blues And Nasty Soul Party Volume Eight (RSAB-118) Paul Perryman KEEP A-CALLIN', The Stylers HIDE AND SEEK, Henry Strogin OLD FOLKS BOOGIE, The Per- suaders ARABELLA, Little Herman I'M GONNA PUT THE HURT ON YOU, Hayes Ware YOU GOT ME MAMA, Roy Ward HORSE WITH A FREEZE, Dorothy Berry YOU BETTER WATCH OUT, Johnny Acey PLEASE DONT GO, John And Carol GET YOUR HAT, Sugar & Sweet YOU DONT HAFTA CRY, Leroy Harris I'M GONNA GET YOU, Patty Jerome NO MORE TEARS, Billy Watkins I'M TIRED, Al Henderson SHE SAYS CRAZY, Mabel King GO BACK HOME YOUNG FELLA. LP11.90
JERK BOOM BAM Greasy Rhythm n' Blues And Nasty Soul Party Volume Nine (RSAB-119) Duane Yates PASSIN' ON BY, Willie Mae Thornton JUST LIKE A DOG, The Coanjos DO THE BOOMERANG, Pepe Fernandez HAVING FUN, Herb Zane PERSIAN TWIST, Tony Butela LONG BLACK STOCKINGS, Lucky Laws I'M NOT TEASING, Tony Allen & The Twilights THE TRAKEY-DOO, Reverend Cleosuph Robinson CAN'T NOBODY DO, Andre Franklin with The Preston Epps Trio SAY YEAH!, Billy Boy Arnold SCHOOL TIME, Tommy Ridgely I WANT SOME MONEY BABY, The Baby I NEED LOVE, Ann Fleming YOU'RE JUST ONE MAN, Little Jewel I WANT TO. LP11.90
JERK BOOM BAM Volume 10 (Jerk RSAB-210) Killer new LP of greasy late-1950s & early-1960s R&B &soul dance blasters!! Tracks: Side A: 1 Prince Phillip ANOTHER FOOL LIKE ME 2 Bobby & The Innkeepers TALKING ABOUT MY BABY 3 The Dream Girls CRYING IN THE NIGHT 4 George Allen LOOSE SCREW 5 Mel Williams I GOT EYES 6 Jimmy Vaughn & His Orchestra HOT-SI-TOT-SI 7 Donny Williams BOOGIE CHILLUNS PLAYHOUSE 8 Eddie King & Mae B. May PLEASE MR. DJ - Side B: 1 Bobby & The Innkeepers SOMETIMES I WALK 2 Little Mack I NEED LOVE 3 Duke Jenkins MAMBO BLUES 4 Adolph Jacobs MOVE AROUND EASY 5 Eddie King & The Three Queens LOVE YOU BABY 6 Al Brown & The Tunetoppers TAKE ME BACK 7 Lenis Guess THANK GOODNESS GOT A GOOD WOMAN 8 Embraceables WATERMELON MAN. LP11.90

JIM JAM GEMS Volume 3: Party In The Front, Black Jack In The Back (Stag-O-Lee) Cootie Williams – Rinky Dink/ Bonita – Walk Right In/ Willie Mabon – Wow I Feel So Good/ Jesse Allen – Let's Party/ Sonny Boy Williamson – Rub A DubB-Side/ Tony Middleton – Black Jack/ Pete Johnson – Pete's Mixture/ Babs Gonzales – House Rent Party/ Big John Greer – Let It Roll Again/ Bea Foote – Weed. 10 12.70
JIM JAM GEMS Volume 4: Bongology (Stag-O-Lee) Lecuona Cuban Boys – Tabou/ Cab Calloway – Que Pasa Chica/ Sugar Boy Crawford – Watch Her, Whip Her/ Jimmy Van Eaton – Bo Diddley/ Kishore Kurma – Eena Meena Deeka/ Dinah Washington – Since My Man Has Gone And Went/ Wilmoth Houdini – Don't Do That To Me/ Sondi Sodsai – Love Dance/ Latin Allstars – Rapture/ Julie London – Come On In My House. 10 12.70

DICK JORDAN I Want Her Back/ JACK HAMMER Twist In The Morning (POPCORN - 122) Two cool dance floor packers from the early 60s back to back. And here in the UK we can be proud of our own Dick Jordan, a singer who hailed from Yorkshire and forged a decent career as a laid back crooner / teen idol just as the 60s began to really swing. And if there's one adjective that would summarise 'I Want Her Back', it would certainly be 'swinging'! On the flip-side, we find New Orleans ex-pat Jack Hammer, who after moving to Europe in the late 50s fashioned himself as a 'twist' specialist, cutting several sides for the Belgian based Ronnex label in tribute to the most widespread dance craze of them all. Beginning with a slow and quietly delivered vocal refrain before exploding with a snappy, jinking drum patter, 'Twist In The Morning' is surely Hammer's best 'twister'. 7" 7.50

JUKEBOX JAM Volume 2 (Jazzman) The original Jukebox Jam Blues & Rhythm Revue compilation album was released in September 2011, a collection which brought together the dynamic and varied R&B sounds of Liam Large's London based club night and reissue label. With an action-packed, all-killer set, it quickly became an instant classic, a comp of vintage sounds which truly stood out in an ever-saturated market. Two years on, and we are proud to unleash the second volume of Jukebox Jam, another collection of 23 obscure masterpieces from mid-century America. Perhaps even more ambitious than Vol 1, the follow-up broadens the scope of investigation by digging both deeper back into the 1940s - with a couple of jazzy blues numbers, and further into the 1960s - with gritty rock and roll and early Detroit soul both featuring prominently. In between these sounds, there's of course a healthy fill of dirty '50s blues, jumping R&B and swinging popcorn, but it's safe to say that on this set, the surprises come a little more frequently. We're very confident that Jukebox Jam Vol. 2 is another essential classic in waiting. Super deluxe double LP gatefold with US-style pasteback sleeve. Extensive liner notes with detailed info and artist pics! TRACKS: Mamie Perry - Lament/ Billy Hamlin - If You Ain't Got No Bread/ Young Jessie - Mary Lou/ Johnny West - Tears Baby/ Gil Bernal - King Solomon's Blues/ Dewey Guy - Rock a While/ Brother Woodman's Combo - Hot Mamma/ Betty James - Henry Lee/ Amos Milburn - I Done Done It/ Dave Bartholomew - Cat Music/ Saunders King - Swingin/ Steve Gibson - Big Game Hunter/ Big Sis Andrews - That Ain't the Way to Do It/ Buddy Johnson - If I Ever Find You/ The Mark VI - Cleo/ Barrett Strong - Misery/ Mary Ann Fisher - Put On My Shoes/ The Originals - Little Lonely Girl/ Billy Emerson - I'll Get You, Too/ Untouchables - Crawlin/ Grainger Hunt - Noah/ Bob Marriot - I'll Walk a Mile/ Little Willie John - It Only Hurts a Little While. Double LP 23.90 / CD 13.50

SAUNDERS KING Swingin / Lazy Woman Blues (Jukebox Jam JBJ1052) Killer late 40s instrumental Jazz workout from the San Francisco based guitarist and bandleader Saunders King. One of the highlights of the current Jukebox Jam Vol 2 Lp, this is hot dancefloor action which starts off nice, light and indeed 'swinging' and builds up the as it goes along, with the horns joining in and the rhythm intensifying. Issued on 45rpm - the rhythm & blues DJ's format of choice! - for the very first time! 7" 6.90

LA NOIRE Volume 1: Have Mercy, Uncle Sam (Rocket) "16 Blues And Rhythm Blasters! Powder And Bullets!" Greasy late 50s rhythm & blues and early soul recordings, all taken from the original 45rpm records. With linernotes from James Ventrella, packed in a gatefold cover. Tracks: Side A: 1. Guitar Red - Just You And I (Checker) 2. Dell Mack - You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover (Goldband) 3. Bobby Bland - Don't Cry No More (Duke) 4. Johnny (Guitar) Watson - Broke And Lonely (King) 5. Little Daddy Walton & Son - Highway Blues (Big Hit) 6. Jimmy Hughes - Neighbor, Neighbor (Fame) 7. Billy Boy - I Wish I Would (Vivid) 8. Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Can't Stay Away From You (Fire). Side B: 1. Big Jay McNeely & Band - Psycho Serenade (Swingin') 2. The X-Cellents - Hey, Little Willie (Smash) 3. The Spellbinders - Casting My Spell (Miramar) 4. June Bateman With Noble Watts & His Band - Possum Belly Overalls (Shaw) 5. KoKo Taylor - Wang Dang Doodle (Checker) 6. Ernest Tucker - Have Mercy, Uncle Sam (Jubilee) 7. Billy Bland - Uncle Bud (Old Town). 8. Louisiana Red - Ride On Red, Ride On (Roulette). LP 13.90
LA NOIRE Volume 2: Please Mr. Playboy! (Rocket)"16 Blues And Rhythm Blasters! The ultimate glamorous & sexy on vinyl. Sweat, tobacco, smoke & alcohol flavors! "The second volume of the 'La Noire' series fully packed with more 50s R&B this time! Nice artwork with linernotes and packed in a gatefold cover. Tracks: Side A: 1. "Hot Breath Hannah" With The Paul Mitchell Trio - Please Mr. Play Boy" (NRC) 2. Archibald - Great Big Eyes (Imperial) 3. Varetta Dillard - Send Me Some Money (Savoy) 4. LaVern Baker - Tiny Tim (Atlantic) 5. Guitar Slim & His Band - Well, I Done Got Over It (Specialty) 6. Guitar, Jr. - Knocks Me Out (Mercury) 7. "Hot Breath Hannah" With The Paul Mitchell Trio - Looking For A Man (NRC) 8. Pipes - Let Me Give You Money (Dootone). Side B: 1. Big Maybelle - That's A Pretty Good Love (Savoy) 2. The Memos - The Biddy Leg (Memo) 3. Annisteen Allen - Rough Lover (Decca) 4. Jesse Perkins & The Bad Boys - One More Kiss (Savoy) 5. Carol Fran - I'm Gonna Try (Port) 6. Camille Howard - Exite Me Daddy (Federal) 7. The Southern Wonders - The Gambling Man (Peacock). 8. Fontella Bass - My Good Loving (Prann). LP 13.90

JOE LIGGINS Going Back to New Orleans / ELLIS 'SLOW' WALSH New Orleans Is My Home (Jukebox Jam - JBJ1051) No city captured the hearts and minds of R&B musicians as the birthplace of Jazz - New Orleans. Even those who weren't directly affiliated with the Crescent City by birthright, such as Oklahoma born, Los Angeleno Joe Liggins, still strove to pay tribute and invoke the near mythical N'awlins spirit in their music. And 'Going Back to New Orleans' is a fitting and authentic tribute indeed - running the rhythmic gamut through dixieland jazz, rumba and rock and roll all in this one action-packed number. In actuality, the song is a reworked cover of Ellis 'Slow' Walsh's original 'New Orleans Is My Home', itself a fine, fine piece of work which is featured here on the flip side. 7" 6.90

LITTLE JOE HINTON Let's Start A Romance / I Won't Be Your Fool Reissue (Outta Sight RSV034) Welcome to part 12 in the Outta Sight Rhythm & Blues archive featuring more killer R&B action. First under the spotlight is LA blues-man Little Joe Hinton (aka Jay Lewis) and his two heavy-weight, in-demand Arvee 45s from 1961! 7" 8.50

LITTLE RICHARD Get Rich Quick : The Birth Of A Legend (Suitable) Though best known for his classic sides on the Specialty label, RCA and Peacock were the first pit stops for the real king of rock'n'roll. For those labels Richard Wayne Penniman recorded 16 tunes, which you find on here, plus some alternate takes. The bands on these sides were Johnny Otis & The Deuces Of Rhythm along with the Tempo Toppers. Side A: 1. Little Richard Boogie 2. I Love My Baby 3. Every Hour 4. Directly From My Heart 5. Get Rich Quick 6. Thinkin' 'bout My Mother 7. I Brought It All On Myself 8. Please Have Mercy On Me 9. Get Rich Quick (Alternate Take).Side B: 10. Always 11. Ain't That Good News? 12. Fool At The Wheel 13. Why Did You Leave? 14. Ain't Nothin' Happenin' 15. Maybe I'm Right 16. Rice, Red Beans And Turnip Greens 17. Taxi Blues 18. I Love My Baby (Alternate Take) 19. I Brought It All On Myself (Alternate Take). LP 13.70

LITTLE WALTER Mean Old Frisco / Come Back Baby (Jukebox Jam JBJ1050) Killer unissued rockin' blues cuts x2 here as we unleash the hot, hot alternate take of Little Walter's 'Mean Old Frisco' on 45 for the first time. Whilst the session dates back to 1959, Chess waited six years to release the song, and even then, we feel that they chose the wrong take as this groovier, more driving rendition is surely superior - certainly it seems to work the dance floor better if our recent experiments with the Test Pressing prove representative. 7" 6.90

LITTLE WILLIE JOHN It Only Hurts a Little While / Don’t Play With Love (Jukebox Jam - JBJ1045 ) Two irresistible, finger-snapping numbers from one of the finest R&B singers to ever do it - the one and only Little Willie John. Willie John shot to fame in the mid-50s and became one of King Records best-selling artists for a period. He recorded the first and still definitive version of 'Fever', setting in motion a trend for the kind of laid back but danceable, jazz infused rhythm & blues which would later gain popularity on the Belgian popcorn scene. 7" 6.90
LITTLE WILLIE JOHN The King Sessions 1958 - 1959 (Mr Suit) During the period covered by this compilation, Little Willie John was moving into more orchestrated, pop-oriented material and arrangements than he'd used on his initial mid-'50s R&B hit singles for the King label. The change wasn't at all for the worse; he still put a lot of bluesy feeling into this form of blues-R&B-pop-rock & roll, getting his two biggest pop hits with 'Talk to Me, Talk to Me' and 'Spasms'. Though, it's not all orchestrated R&B-pop here, by any means: there are pretty hot jump blues, ballads, and more straightforward rock & roll on 'Leave My Kitten Alone,' which would be covered by the Beatles in 1964. Side A: 1. Talk To Me, Talk To Me 2. Spasms 3. You're A Sweetheart 4. Let's Rock While The Rockin's Good 5. Tell It Like It Is 6. Don't Be Ashamed To Call My Name 7. Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me 8. All My Love Belongs To You. Side B: 9. I'll Carry Your Love Wherever You Go 10. No Regrets 11. Made For Me 12. No More In Life 13. Leave My Kitten Alone 14. Let Nobody Love You 15. Let Them Talk 16. Right There 17. My Love - Is. LP 13.50

JOY LOVEJOY In Orbit / RAMSEY LEWIS Wade In The Water (Soul Tribe) Two Northern Soul classics back to back. Repro 7" 8.50

BOBBY MARIN Movin Much Too Fast / Mr Sky Jacker (Rocafort Records) 2 rare cuts from 1967, limeted edition of 500. “I signed a recording contract with Speed Records in 1967 and was asked by producer Morty Craft to create my own album in my own style, so I decided to write and arrange one of the compositions ala James Brown, one of my favorite artists from that era. But the problem was the musical arrangement. I had never learned how to write musical arrangement, so i read books, asked a lot of questions and pretty much learned how to write and transpose music for studio musicians in a couple of weeks. I also decided to sing the song on the recording as well; though I would never dream of having the audacity to compare myself to Mr. Brown in any way. When it came to the arrangement, i wrote the score and showed it to my friend, the multi-talented Louie Ramirez. He made a few corrections and we were ready to record “Movin’ Much Too Fast”. I called some good musicians for the session including the famous drummer, Bernard Purdie, and of course, Louie Ramirez. When we finished recording and after I had re-mixed the tracks with studio engineer, Jon Fausty, we were all elated with the final outcome. I don't know exactly how I pulled it off but after listening to the final product, I was pretty satisfied. “Mr. Skyjacker” was recorded during the time that planes were being diverted to Cuba from the US. I composed, produced and sang the song. PS 54 Schoolyard is a name I came up with. Marrero plays on.” Bobby Marin, October 2013 7" 8.90

BOBBY MARTIN Minnie the Moocher / BOBBY DARIN Minnie the Moocher (Popcorn POPC 123) Two swinging late 50s / early 60s-era takes on Cab Calloway's signature piece 'Minnie The Moocher', a song he first recorded in as 1931. Bobby Martin transforms 'Minnie...' into a bottom-heavy romp with jagged guitar work from one Eddie Cochrane and rasping sax breaks throughout. Teen idol Bobby Darin, meanwhile, offers up a piano-led, sophisticated Jazz crooncat spin on proceedings on the flip side. 7" 7.50

ZILLA MAYS / RAY JOHNSON Calypso Blues (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1046) Two sweet and sultry renditions of King Cole's Carib-crossover classic 'Calypso Blues' back to back. On the top side, a super seductive, coquettish vocal turn from Zilla Mays, over a laid-back and lilting, percussion aided backing. This is taken from May's 61 LP 'The Men I Love and the Songs They Sing' and appears here on the clearly superior 45rpm vinyl format for the first time ever! On the slip, Ray Johnson's take - a smooth exotic trip to the Islands with atmospheric, high-pitched backing vox. 7" 6.90

JERRY McCAIN The Jig’s Up/ Twist 62 (Outta Sight RSV038) The A-side features Jerry “Boogie” McCain's R&B swamp stroller “The Jig’s Up”. Released in 1957 it was McCain’s final 45 for Ernie Young’s Nashboro subsidiary Excello, one of half-a-dozen singles he recorded for the label. McCain went on to release a number of other singles for Gas and Rex before arriving at Columbia in 1962 for four singles on their OKeh R&B imprint. “Twist 62”, was the flip to the first of the OKeh 45s, “Red Top”, a Lionel Hampton song. It was an attempt to cash in on the latest dance craze but did little, at the time, to enhance record sales, although 50 years on it has a whole new lease of life.7" 8.50

AMOS MILBURN I Done Done It / Greyhound (Jukebox Jam JBJ.1043) 2 killer Jump work-outs from one of the leading voices in the transgression from R&B to Rock and Roll. Amos Milburn shot to fame in the mid-40s and then went on to carve something of a niche making booze blues numbers. Here, Amos is in mainly sober if playful mood as he sings along with snappy lyrics about the fairer sex to a red-hot backing ensemble on 'I Done Done It', whilst on 'Greyhound' he pleads wistfully for the famous bus to bring his sweetheart home. 7" 6.90

WILLIE MITCHELL The Champion/ BILL BLACK'S COMBO Little Queenie (Outta Sight OSV101) With all the hysteria surrounding the 40th Anniversary of Wigan Casino, Outta Sight tip their hat to that bastion of Northern Soul with one of the most popular instrumental tracks of all-time… Willie Mitchell’s “The Champion”. In 1975 the thunderous bass drum of “The Champion” echoed around the hallowed halls demanding dance floor action and it hasn’t let up since. It was originally played off the Hi LP Driving Beat or, if you were lucky, off the promotional EP. Here we present an official Hi 7 inch single accompanied by the Twisted Wheel anthem “Little Queenie” courtesy of Bill Black’s Combo. 7" 8.50

MOBILISATION GENERALE: Protest and Spirit Jazz from France 1970-1976 (Born Bad Records) This double LP compliation gathers some of the finest protest & esoteric jazz songs featuring a few big names of the french jazz scene and also a few tunes that you have probably never heard. It includes Le Collectif du Temps des Cerises, Baroque Jazz Trio, Alfred Panou, Mahjun, François Tusques, Full Moon Ensemble, Chêne Noir, Areski Belkacem & more... Double LP 19.50

MONTCLAIRS Hung Up On Your Love / I Need You More Than Ever (Outta Sight OSV102) Phil Perry’s Montclairs with their Blackpool Mecca anthem “Hung Up On Your Love”. The B-side “I Need You More Than Ever”, penned by Bobby Patterson, also appears on the flip of the 1973 UK Contempo reissue of “Hung Up On Your Love”. 7" 8.50

MOTOWN RHYTHM & BLUES 1959-1962 (VeeTone) Berry Gordy Jr. founded the now legendary Motown Records in January 1959 with an $800 Dollar loan from his family. He went on to create one of the most successful record labels in music history, introducing the world to the musical talents of Smokey Robinson, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Mary Wells, The Supremes, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas to mention but a few. Gathered together here are 16 slices of raucous Rhythm & Blues that showcase the foundations of what went on to become the ‘Motown Sound’. This Mark Lamarr compiled collection covers the period between 1959 and 1962 and features 45s originally released on Motown and sister labels Tamla, Miracle and MEL-O-DY. From screaming Rhythm & Blues to Doo Wop ballads it’s all here in superb sound quality. Comes in 180gr vinyl. Limited to 500 copies & incl. download card. Tracks: Money (That's What I Want) (Tamla 54027 1959) Barrett Strong/ Fire (Tamla T54066 1962) Gino Parks/ Whole Lotta Woman (Motown M1008 1961) The Contours/ Romance Without Finance (Miracle M5 1961) The Temptations/ Snake Walk (Part 1) (Tamla MT54024) The Swinging Tigers/ Big Joe Moe (Tamla 54057 1962) Singin' Sammy Ward/ Mighty Good Lovin' (Tamla 54044 1961) The Miracles (featuring Smokey Robinson)/ Shimmy Gully (Motown M1002 1960) Popcorn And The Mohawks/ For This I Thank You (Tamla T54066 1962) Gino Parks/ Money (That's What I Want) (Motown M1009 1961) Richard Wylie & His Band/ Oh Lover (Motown M1004 1960) Sherri Taylor & Singin' Sammy Ward/ Show Me Some Sign (MEL-O-DY M104 1962) Charters/ Same Thing (Tamla T54042 1961) Gino Parks/ Tie Me Tight (Tamla 54051 1961) Bob Kayli/ Isn't She Pretty (Gordy 70011962) Temptations/ Depend On Me (second version) (Tamla T54028 1960) The Miracles (featuring Smokey Robinson). LP 23.90

REVEREND LOUIS OVERSTREET Blessings / Black But Proud (Little Axe) Taken from Reverend Overstreet's privately released 45s. Originally recorded in the 1970s and released in tiny runs on the Overstreet and Lodestone record labels. Edition of 500 copies on Little Axe Records/Mississippi. 7" 6.90

PAUL PERRYMAN Look at My Baby / Keep A Callin' (Jukebox Jam JBJ 1047) Two great sides from singer Paul Perryman, both originally cut for Bobby Robinson's Fire label. 'Look At My Baby' is a moody, atmospheric blues with great gospel-like backing vocals and an overall popcorn appeal, whilst 'Keep A Callin' is a more uptempo rocker with a nicely brash organ riff and wicked, scratchy guitar work. 7" 6.90

JESSIE POWELL The Walkin' Blues / FLUFFY HUNTER My Natch'l Man (RB 103 Federal) Another evergreen classic Jump Blues side here, and a masterpiece in line-straddling risque provocation, with lyrics which aren't so much suggestive as downright explicit! For those few innocents that may still need it explaining to them, 'Walk Right In, Walk Right Out' is a 'metaphor'... Either way, 'Walkin' Blues' is an absolute sure-shot, 100% party starter, the kind of record which simply makes girls immediately swamp the dance floor. You know, the best kind! The flip-side features another bawdy Jump banger from Fluffy Hunter, 'My Natch'll Man', making this frisky little package an essential pick-up. 7" 7.50

BILLY PRESTON Volcano/ ED TOWNSEND Cherrigale (Outta Sight RSV036) Finally we present one of the hottest 45s around - the explosive "Volcano" courtesy of the 14 years old Billy Preston. The flip side features Ed Townsend's popcorn dancer "Cherrigale" cut for major label Warner Bros. in 1961. WARNING ... BILLY PRESTON'S $300 "Volcano" is set to erupt on a dance floor near you. 7" 8.50

LLOYD PRICE The Exciting Lloyd Price (Rumble Records) Born in Kenner, Louisiana and growing up in the suburbs of New Orleans, Lloyd Price knew massive success very early when Art Rupe of Specialty Records visited New Orleans searching for new talents and heard his 'Lawdy Miss Clawdy' and wanted to record it. Price had no band back then, so Rupe hired Dave Bartholomew and his band (which included Fats Domino on piano!) to back Price up in the session. The resulting single was a total chart-smasher and it took a long long time for poor Looyd to equal such an achievement. In 1954 he was drafted and ended up in Korea, when he returned not only he found that he had been misplaced by Little Richard, but his precious chaffeur, Larry Williams, also became a Specialty recording artist. But between 1957 and 1959, first under his own KRC records and then after he signed to ABC-Paramount, Price recorded a series of national hits most of which ended up on his 1959 debut album. SIDE A: 1. Stagger Lee 2. I Wish Your Picture Was You 3. Talking About Love 4. What Do You Do To My Heart? 5. You Need Love 6. Mailman Blues. SIDE B: 1. Where Were You (On Our Wedding Day) 2. Why? 3. Lawdy Miss Clawdy 4. Oh Oh Oh 5. A Foggy Day 6. Just Because. LP 13.50

PROFESSIONALS That's Why I Love You/ Instrumental (Groove City) Repro of rare Northern Soul classic. An original release will cost you a fortune. 7" 8.50

PROFESSOR LONGHAIR Mardi Gras In New Orleans (Rumble) Fusing diverse elements of blues, barrelhouse boogie-woogie, funk, and gospel, with mambo, rhumba, and second-line street parade rhythms, Professor Longhair's contribution to today's musical vocabulary is immeasurable. You can't listen to Fats Domino, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint, James Booker, or Huey Smith, without recognizing the unique Fess imprinting. This compilation of B-sides, rarities and alternate takes, recorded between 1949 and 1957, honours one of the great and unique talents in rock and roll history. SIDE A: 1. Oh Well 2. East St. Louis Baby 3. Hadacol Bounce 4. Gone So Long 5. Curley head Baby 6. Bald Head 7. Been Foolin' Around. - SIDE B: 1. Between The Night And Day 2. Her Mind Is Gone 3. Boogie Woogie 4. Who's Been Foolin' You 5. Hey Now Baby 6. Walk Your Blues Away 7. Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand. LP 13.50
PROFESSOR LONGHAIR Rockin' With Fess (Rumble) Often credited as the father of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Professor Longhair is considered one of the most characteristic piano talents to come out of Louisiana. His hybrid "rumba-boogie" piano style, with a heavy, pounding left hand, forever changed the sound of rhythm and blues piano. In the words of Dr. John himself: "All New Orleans pianists today owe Fess. He was the guru, godfather, and spiritual doctor of all that came under him". Rockin' With Fess gathers most of his standards and classics (originally issued on singles for labels such as Atlantic, Mercury and Federal) including 'Tipitina', 'Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand', 'Mardi Gras In New Orleans' and more gems of New Orleans popular culture. SIDE A: 1. Rockin' With Fess 2. In The Night 3. Look What You're Doin' To Me 4. No Buts, No Maybes 5. Looka No Hair 6. Ball The Wall 7. Tipitina. SIDE B: 1. Between The Night And Day 2. Misery 3. Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand 4. Mardi Gras In New Orleans 5. Hey Now Baby 6. Her Mind Is Gone 7. She Walks Right In. LP 13.50

JIMMY RICKS & THE RAVENS Daddy Rollin' Stone/ THE SUBURBANS & ORCHESTRA Next Outta Sight's R&B 45s series features two in-demand tracks from one of the most important R&B artists of all time… growling bass singer Jimmy Ricks! This 7" features his two most in-demand tracks back-to-back. Both tracks are from his post-Ravens career and include his insistent version of the Otis Blackwell song “Daddy Rollin’ Stone” and the rare rocker “Bad Man Of Missouri”, under the The Suburbans And Orchestra moniker. 7" 8.50

TOMMY RIDGELEY Jam Up / Jam Up Twist (RB104 - Atlantic) Classic R&B house-rocker from New Orleans born and raised bandleader Tommy Ridgley. He started out as a featured vocalist for various bands, including a four year stint with Dave Bartholomew, with whom he recorded his debut releases for Imperial records. Finally forming his own band, Ridgley cut two discs for Atlantic in 1953, 'Jam Up' being the second. A sure-fire way to get any party going, the uptempo, raucous 'Jam Up' proved to be a popular number in its day, even so much that it was reissued and repackaged with over-dubbed lyrics and an alternate sax solo in 1962 as 'Jam Up Twist', in an effort to cash in on the 'Twist' dance craze of that year. 60 years on, in 2013, 'Jam Up' continues to have much the same effect on the dance floor. 7" 7.50

THE RIVINGTONS Doin' The Bird (Rumble Records) Originally released in 1962, Doin' The Bird, is the debut LP from the Doo-Wop legends whose classic track "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow" not only sparked a dance craze across the nation but was also the basis for The Trashmen's 1963 mega-hit "Surfin' Bird". Tracks: Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow/ Love Pill/ Long Tall Sally/ Unchain My Heart/ You Are My Sunshine/ Happy Jack/ Mama-Oom-Mow-Mow/ Kickapoo Joy Juice/ Slippin' And Slidin'/ Old Time Love/ Have Mercy Mercy Baby/ Standing In The Love Line- LP 13.50

SAINTS & SINNERS Volume 9 (Sheik) 16 more obscure rockin' shots from the Occident: Big Bo Thomas And The Arrows - Big Bo's Twist/ amie Coe - Two Dozen And A Half/ Paul Curry - Route 66/ Linda - That Crazy Feeling/ Don Charles -She's Mine/ Pearlean Gray - Have You Ever Had The Blues/ Rangers - Snow Skiing/ Vernon And Jewell - That's A Rockin' Good Way/ Guitar Red - Just You And I/ Jerry Palmer - Walking The Dog/ Elmer Parker - You Know I Love You/ Vince Everett - Don't Go/ Caravans - Twistin' Rockin' Baby/ Kimball Coburn - Evil Eye/ Tee Tucker - Rock & Roll Machine/ Don Hosea - Misery. LP 14.90

SCREAMIN’ JAY HAWKINS Baptize Me In Wine - Singles & Oddities 1955-1959 (Mr Suit Records) Most tracks were originally released as singles on the Okeh label except for the last 4, which are outtakes from the first album. Tracks: 1. Not Anymore 2. Baptize Me In Wine 3. I Found My Way To Wine 4. Please Try To Understand 5. This Is All 6. (She Put) The Whamee (On Me) 7. You’re All Of My Life To Me 8. Well I Tried 9. Even Though - Side B: 1. Talk About Me 2. I Put A Spell On You 3. Little Demon 4. You Made Me Love You (I Didn’t Want To Do It) 5. Darling, Please Forgive Me 6. Frenzy 7. Person To Person 8. Little Demon (Alternate Take) 9. I Put A Spell On You (Alternate Take) 10. Alligator Wine (Alternate Take). LP 13.50
SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS What That Is! (Barnyard) Caught live in the act in 1969 at the Club Amigo in North Hollywood - a rare and sought after LP in its original form, Barnyard is happy to make this available again: Side A: 1. What That Is! 2. Feast Of The Mau Mau 3. Do You Really Love Me 4. Stone Crazy 5. I Love You 6. Constipation Blues Side B: 7. I'm Lonely 8. Thing Called Woman 9. Dig! 10. I'm Your Man 11. Ask Him 12. Reprise. LP 13.70

SCREAMING GOSPEL HOLY ROLLERS Hop Skip And Jump (Veetone) Following the success of Vee-Tone Records CD releases “Screaming Gospel Holy Rollers” Vols. 1 & 2 here are a further 18 screamin’ and hollerin’ black Gospel recordings compiled by Radio DJ and TV presenter Mark Lamarr presented in a deluxe 180g vinyl format. “Screaming Gospel Holy Rollers - Hop, Skip And Jump” focuses on the greatest era of Black Gospel music, the 50s and early 60s. As the title implies, this release contains some of the wildest Black Gospel ever recorded, the torrid opening track “I Wanna Be Ready” by The Rev. H.B. Crum And The Mighty Golden Keys pretty much sets the tone for the entire album. What makes this album very special is that it focuses on the “wild side” of Black Gospel, which is but a stone’s throw from Soul & Rock n Roll at its wildest and best. If you’re looking for silky smooth Gospel this definitely isn’t the album for you! Featuring record labels including Savoy, Gospel, Peacock, Checker, Sue etc. this beautifully presented Limited Edition (only 500 pressed), 180g, 12” vinyl album includes sleeve notes by Mark Lamarr along with detailed session information. The influence of Black Gospel music on Rock n Roll cannot be underestimated and this album clearly demonstrates the cross over between non secular and secular music in the 50s & 60s. Tracks: I Wanna Be Ready (Gospel 1031) - Rev. H.B Crum & The Mighty Golden Keys/ I Know The Lord (Savoy 4169) - Rev. Lawrence Roberts & His Angelic Choir/ Hop Skip And Jump (Gospel 1047) - Blind Boys Of Alabama/ Soon I'll Be Done With The Troubles Of The World (Checker LP10003) - Five Blind Boys Of Mississippi/ John The Revelator (Gospel 1004) - Gate City Singers Of Philadelphia/ Make It In (Gospel 1056) - The Caravans/ Working For My Jesus (Sue LP 3001) - National Independent Gospel Singers/ What You Gonna Do 'bout Me (Savoy 4105)- Prof. Charles Taylor And The Taylor Singers/ Burying Ground (Peacock 1765) - The Nightingales (aka The Sensational Nightingales)/ Go Tell Him What You Want (Gospel 1037) - Voices Of Jordan/ My Wonderful Counselor (Savoy 4088) - The Davis Sisters (aka Famous Davis Sisters)/ I'm Bound (Ultraphonic 50338) - Grace Gospel Singers/ Jesus Said It (Savoy 4052) - Heavenly Lights/ Lord, Lord, Lord (Galaxy 708) - The Apollos featuring Hiram Walker (aka The Appollos/Apollas)/ Glory, Glory (to His name) (Audio Fidelity LP 1921) - Rev. Dwight "Gatemouth" Moore And His Gospel Singers/ I'll Shout When I Get Home (Gospel 1064) - Imperial Gospel Singers/ Guide Me (Rev 116) - Soul Finders Of Newark/ Testimonial Service (Peacock 1836) - Gospel Consolators. LP 23.90
SCREAMING GOSPEL HOLY ROLLERS Volume 1 (Veetone) 22 screamin' and hollerin' Black Gospel recordings compiled Mark Lamarr. Tracks: Don't You Know Me Thomas - Reverend Crum and His Mighty Golden Keys/ How Much I Owe You - Radio Four/ In The Morning - Reverend Gatemouth Moore and His Gospel Singers/ I'm So Glad - The Famous Ward Singers/ He's The Same Today - The Kelly Bros/ Jonah - The Famous Davis Sisters/ My Robe Will Fit Me - The Original Five Blind Boys/ I Can't Believe It - The Gospel Chordettes/ Jesus Will Meet Me -The Mighty Gospel Giants/ Jesus Is A Waymaker - The National Independent Gospel Singers of Atlanta, Georgia/ Finally Made It In - Hightower Brothers/ I Put My Trust In Thee - Marie Knight/ Will He Welcome Me There - The Sensational Nightingales/ When I Rise In The Morning - Drinkard Singers/ I'm A Royal Child - Rev. Kelsey/ Jesus Gave Me Water - Stars Of Faith/ Pay Day (Put Our Time In) - Prof. Chas. Taylor/ I'm A Soldier - The Original Five Blind Boys/ Take The Lord Along With You - Rev. Gatemouth Moore and His Gospel Singers/ Get Away Jordan - The Grace Gospel Singers/ Shake My Mother's Hand - Voices of Jordan/ Goodbye Mother - The Happyland Singers, Blind Boys of Alabama. CD 14.50
SCREAMING GOSPEL HOLY ROLLERS Volume 2 (Veetone) 22 more screamin’ and hollerin’ Black Gospel recordings compiled by Mark Lamarr. Tracks: It's Getting Late - Voices of Jordan/ Walk Along with Me - The National Independent Gospel Singers of Atlanta, Georgia/ Higher - The Grace Gospel Singers/ All Over Me - Reverend Crum and His Mighty Golden Keys/ Two Wings - Utah Smith/ Come By Here - Hightower Brothers feat. Little Sugar/ By and By - Reverend Gatemouth Moore and His Gospel Singers/ He's a Mighty Rock - The Joy Harmonizers/ Packin' Up - Marion Williams/ Prayer Changes Things - The Gate City Singers/ The Storm Is Passing Over - Marie Knight/ I Saw the Light - Sister Rosetta/ Standing by the Way - The Kingdom Bound Singers/ He Won't Deny Me - The Swan Silvertones/ Leaning On the Everlasting Arm - Reverend Gatemouth Moore and His Gospel Singers/ What He's Done for Me - The Famous Davis Sisters/ I've Been Born Again - Blind Boys of Alabama and The Happyland Singers/ Something's Got a Hold of Me - The Soul Keepers lead Cornelius Underwood/ Ain't That a Shame - Sensational Saints of Ohio/ Blood Done Signed My Name - The Radio Four/ I Must Live Until Morning - Charles Taylor and The Taylor Singers/ Our Trust in God - Voices of Jordan. CD 14.50

DEE DEE SHARP It's Mashed Potato Time (Rumble Records) Dee Dee Sharp, a Philadelphia native, got her start with a bang in 1962 at the age of 17 when she was brought in to sing on a Chubby Checker record and ended up sticking around the studio to record a bonafide hit of her own, the titular 'Mashed Potato Time', the same day. That slice of pure early '60s R&B perfection is included here along with 11 more cuts: Side One: 1. Gravy (For My Mashed Potatoes) 2. Slow Twistin' 3. Gee 4. Two Loves 5. One Hundred Pounds Of Clay 6. Eddie, My Love. Side Two: 1. Mashed Potato Time 2. (Dee Dee) Be My Girl 3. I Sold My Heart To The Junkman 4. Remember You're Mine 5. Hurry On Down 6. Splish Splash. LP 13.50

JOE SIMON I See Your Face / LEON PETERSON Searching (Outta Sight RSV029) Next we pair two prolific soul men – Joe Simon and Leon Peterson – and feature their most collectable sides respectively. 7" 8.50

SIN CITY JUKEBOX Volume 2 (Spoonful) Second Volume featuring 18 more tunes supplied by Herb H. Franklin, the owner of the Sin City bar in Biloxi, Mississippi which entertained it's customers with live music and a rockin' jukebox from early 1950 until the mid-60s. What set Mr. Franklin apart from other bar proprietors is that every 45 that ever graced the Sin City jukebox remained in Herb's possession. Whenever the jukebox operator came to bring in the new tunes, Herb gave him some small change to keep the replaced ones. As a result, 15 years of serious record collecting took place, without Herb even giving it a second thought. LP 13.90
SIN CITY JUKEBOX 10 (Spoonful - #80) 10th volume in the series. Again all 33 tracks (79:50 minutes) are taken from the vaults of Herb H. Franklin. Mr. Franklin was the owner of the Sin City bar in Biloxi, Mississippi which entertained it's customers with live music and a rockin' jukebox from early 1950 until the mid-60s. What set Mr. Franklin apart from other bar proprietors is that every 45 that ever graced the Sin City jukebox remained in Herb's possession. Whenever the jukebox operator came to bring in the new tunes, Herb gave him some small change to keep the replaced ones. As a result, 15 years of serious record collecting took place, without Herb even giving it a second thought. CD 7.90

SPOONFUL EXOTIC BLUES & RHYTHM Volume 5 / Gibble Gobble! (Spoonful) THE CLARE SISTERS - Cool Cool Cool/ EARL HOOKER - Apache War Dance/ CHUCK DANIELS - Tiny Tim/ OTIS BLACKWELL & HIS BAND - My Josephine/ LANCE ROBERTS - Gonna Have Myself A Ball/ WILLIE WRIGHT - Gibble, Gobble/ BOB CALLOWAY AND THE CHICKS – Native/ SONNY DAY - Beyond The Shadow Of A Doubt/ HOWLIN’ WOLF - Wang Dang Doodle/ TOUSSAINT McCALL – Summertime/ TITUS TURNER – Coralee/ THE VOODOOS – Voodoo Walk. 10" 12.70
SPOONFUL EXOTIC BLUES & RHYTHM Volume 6 / Sadaba! (Spoonful) THE RHYTHM KINGS – Exotic/ KENNY AND MOE - I Want To Love You/ TITUS TURNER - Big John/ YOUNG JESSIE - Big Chief (King Of Love)/ BRACEY EVERETT - Lover’s Curse/ JOHNNY AND THE HURRICANES – Sheba/ JOHNNY WILLIAMS – Sadaba/ LITTLE JIMMY RAY - You Need To Fall In Love/ THE MARK FIVE – Cleo/ COSMO - I’m A Little Mixed Up/ STEVE KARMEN - River In My Blood/ OTIS BLACKWELL - Let The Daddy Hold You. 10" 12.70

DAKOTA STATON A Little You / My Babe (Popcorn POPC127) More brooding, dance floor popcorn R&B, this time featuring the sweet and sassy tones of Jazz siren Dakota Staton. 'A Little You' is a real swinging, finger-snapping, romping humdinger, with a great sleazy sax riff and solo. On the flip-side, a Jazzed-up, big band workout on Little Walter's Chicago blues classic 'My Babe'. 7" 7.50

SUGAR BOY CRAWFORD Watch Her, Whip Her / You Call Everybody Sweetheart (Checker 541)Two unissued sides from New Orleans bluesman Sugarboy Crawford here, originally recorded for Checker. And what can we say about the 'Watch Her, Whip Her' except that it may just be the least-PC R&B side we've ever encountered. Lyrically, the song is clearly a relic from a whole other era, with it's apparently humorously intended domestic violence theme difficult to really fathom in this thankfully more enlightened era. Regardless, the music and playing is first rate on both sides, with a top notch N'awlins ensemble underpinning both tracks with a clattering, down-home rumba. 7" 7.50

U.S. BONDS Dance 'Til Quarter To Three (Rumble Records) Virginia's own Gary "U.S." Bonds released 'Dance 'Til Quarter To Three', his debut album, in 1961 hot on the heels of the chart topping hit of the same name. Featuring 11 more cuts including his first hit single 'New Orleans': Side 1: 1. Quarter To Three 2. A Trip To The Moon 3. Cecilia 4. That's All Right 5. I Know Why Dreamers Cry 6. Minnie The Moocher / Side 2: 1. New Orleans 2. One Million Tears 3. Not Me 4. Please Forgive Me 5. School Is Out 6. Don't Go To Strangers. LP 13.50

ANNIE WILLIAMS I've Got A Man/ BABY JANE & THE ROCKABYES My Boy John (Fryers FRY.019) OK there are not many artists who have had such a hugely influential and broad career as Ray Charles and many of his tunes have been covered for the detriment of betterment of a hundred different styles. Well here at Jazzman we always like to find little gems hiding in plain sight and here we have two beauties that are exactly so. One answer and one reimagining of the classic ‘I Got a Woman’ - both super fun dancefloor versions. Let’s start with the Annie Williams, practically unknown apart from within the deep soul record collector circuit, this version is stronger on the dancefloor than even the Ray Charles original, with its stronger backing and rawkus r&B style vocal it smashes any dancefloor! One for the ladies (so I’m told!) On the flip we have Bronx-born girl group Baby Jane & The Rockabyes (Madelyn 'Baby Jane' Moore, Yolanda Robinson, Yvonne DeMunn, Estelle McEwan) doing their girl pop interpretation of another classic from Ray. One of the busiest backing session groups in New York City of the period they released 15 singles in their career and were backing singers for Baby Washington on her early Neptune singles, two sides of which we have coming up on Fryers very soon. 7" 6.90

JACKIE WILSON & LINDA HOPKINS Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho / BIG MAYBELLE Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (Popcorn POP125)Two super-nice early 60s versions of an age-old spiritual, here given a popcorn R&B feel, with a low tempo still prime for the dance floor, and vocals from some of the best voices in soul and R&B history - Jackie Wilson and Linda Hopkins on the top side, and Big Maybelle on the reverse. Both versions were previously only available on albums, making this handy pairing their 45rpm debut, and a great DJ tool. 7" 7.50

JOHNNY ZAMOT Are You Ready/ Hey Mama (Rocafort Records) Limited 45 featuting two of his hits, only available before on his rare 1969 LP "Boogaloo Frog" and on a rare as hens teeth 45 on Grande label. 7" 8.90

ADRIAN AND THE SUNSETS Breakthrough (Sundazed) High-Flyin' Surf Rock From Southern California on 180 Gram Multi-Colored Vinyl! Adrian Lloyd and his backing band The Sunsets were still teenagers when they recorded this highly-prized slab of pure California surf-rock. Long desired amongst collectors both for its brand of high-energy, drum-driven rock ‘n’ roll and for the crazy swirly vinyl it was pressed on, Breakthrough is a prime example of a genre that still excites fans of early ‘60s music. Featuring the should-have-been-a-hit title track and many other almost-classics. Tracks: 1. Breakthrough 2. Donna 3. Slippin’ 4. I Don't need You No More 5. Nothing But Drums, Part 1 6. Nothing But Drums, Part 2 7. Cherry Pie 8. She Treats Me Better Than You Side B 9. Wipe Out 10. Boss 11. Surfer Joe 12. Pipeline 13. Stomping Time 14. Justine 15. On Moonlight Bay (previously unissued) 16. Drums In Orbit (previously unissued). LP 19.90

AHMED ABDUL-MALIK Jazz Sahara (So Far Out) Decades before the advent of 'World Music', bassist-composer Ahmed Abdul-Malik introduced Arabic music into jazz, creating a distinct, unique sound that was far beyond its time. Best known in jazz circles for his solid work with Randy Weston and Thelonious Monk, Abdul-Malik, who is of Sudanese descent, was also the first to use the oud, a pear-shaped, traditional Middle Eastern stringed instrument similar to a lute, as a jazz instrument. Recorded in 1958, with tenor saxophonist Johnny Griffin (his bandmate in the Monk quartet), and originally out on the Riverside label, Abdul-Malik's debut solo album 'Jazz Sahara' was a burning fusion of Middle East and West. Limited to 500 copies. A: 1. Ya Annas (Oh People) 2. Isma 'A (Listen).B: 1.El Haris (Anxious) 2. Farah 'Alayina (Joy Upon Us). LP 16.50

THE AQUANAUTS RUMBLE ON THE DOCKS / BOMBORA (SAFARI S-1005) Stunning early 60'S Moody Surf Instro 2 sider. Super tough To Find on original Pressing. 7" 6.50

EDDIE ATWOOD Hot Saki / KEN NORDINE Hot Sake (TTShake -TTS118) If Chuck Rio circa 1957 took his Champs to visit the Land of the Rising Sun, they'd probably find their usual tipple in short supply. No Tequila in sight, so what's the next best thing? Hot Saki of course, and Eddie Atwood's knockabout, Far-Eastern exotica romp would be their soundtrack. 7" 6.90

RAY BARRETTO CHARANGA BAND Barretto Bailar Para (So Far Out) Charanga is the group and pachanga is the dance, and few had a band more adept at playing the rhythms for the dance than Ray Barretto. Featuring all original compositions from the incredible Hector Rivera, Barretto's debut recording as a leader, Barretto Para Bailar was originally released in 1961 on the Riverside label. Though of Puerto Rican descent, and hailing from Spanish Harlem, Barretto is a master of this Cuban style and his full fledged force of nature percussion style is on display here. With the recent increased demand for pachanga rhythms, So Far Out is pleased to bring a highly sought after title back on the market for the first time in 50 years! On 180 gram vinyl. 1. Pachanga Oriental 2. Barretto en la Tumbadora 3. Cumbamba 4. El Paso 5. Linda Mulata. Side B: 1. Oye Heck 2. Los Cueros 3. Pachanga Suavecito 4. Ponte Dura 5. Pachanga para Bailar. LP 16.50

JACK COSTANZO Latin Fever (So Far Out) Originally released in 1958 on the Liberty label - and featuring a legendarily lascivious album cover - 'Latin Fever' is one of Jack Costanzo's very first records as a leader, after years as an in-demand sideman for the likes of Nat King Cole and Stan Kenton. An album full of fiery bongos and stereo trickery that helped set off the Latin craze in the USA. Reissued on 180-gram vinyl LP 16.50
Mr. Bongo Has Brass (So Far Out) After popularizing the bongo drum in a jazz setting with Stan Kenton's orchestra of the late 40s, as well as a stint in Nat King Cole's group, "Mr. Bongo", Jack Costanzo, set out on his own, releasing his debut solo record in 1956 on the Zephyr label. As the title implies, the Chicago born bongo master is joined by a large orchestra that includes a boatload of trumpets in a Latin jazz/exotica setting. Cinematic in scope, some might call this "crime" jazz, with a distinct Latin flavor. Reissued on 180 gram Vinyl. LP 16.50

JACK COSTANZO Cat Walk / THE PLAYBOYS Cat Walk (TTShake 113) Cat-walk is the name of the game this time out - the name of the label and indeed both tracks. Afro-Cuban percussionist Jack Costanzo plays the cat walks as a sparse, prowling number accentuated by some moody guitar work, sleazed out horns and his own rolling bongos. On the flip side, the Playboys offer up a contrasting take, with a nonchalant, twangy guitar riff leading a purring rock & roll backing. To complete the package, the unique label artwork features none other than 50s burlesque and pin-up legend Betty Page, out walking her two big cats in typical undress. Miaow! 7" 6.90

ALEISTER CROWLEY Original Wax Recordings (Mr Suit) Mr. Suit is pleased to reissue on LP some of the only known recordings from the infamous occultist, mystic, magician, poet, novelist, sexual deviant, and all-around misfit, Aleister Crowley. Recorded onto wax cylinder in the early 1910s, and later transferred to 78 RPM discs, this material has been unavailable on LP since the first limited edition of <500 copies released in 1984 through the efforts of Mr. David Tibet of Current 93 infamy. The tracks include Crowleys recitation of the first two Enochian Keys, original poetry, incantations, and songs. An absolutely essential piece of occult history reissued on LP. Side A: 1. Introduction 2. The Call Of The First Aethyr (Enochicin) 3. The Coll Of The First Aethyr (English) 4. The Coll Of The Second Aethyr (Enochicxn) 5. The Coll Of The Second Aethyr (English) 6. La Gitano 7. The Pentagram 8. One Sovereign For The Woman 9. The Poet. Side B: 1. At Sea 2. The Fingernails 3. The Titanic 4. Hymn To The American People 5. Excerts From The Gnostic Moss 6. Vive La French Republic. LP 14.90

DICK DALE & THE DELTONES Jungle Fever / Shake & Stomp (DELTONE 5018) Superb power-house instrumentals from the king of the Surf ! repro 7" 6.50

ESQUIVEL AND HIS ORCHESTRA Other Worlds Other Sounds (So Far Out) Thought it's not his debut album 1958's Other Worlds Other Sounds is the moment where Esquivel first presented his own, fully realized sound. Vocal choruses, stereophonic madness, and space age bachelor pad playfulness abound. Another out there classic reissued on 180 gram LP: 1. Granada 2. Begin The Beguine 3. Night And Day 4. Poinciana 5. Playfully 6. Adis/ 1. That Old Black Magic 2. Nature Boy 3. Magic Is The Moonlight (Te Quiero Dijiste) 4. Speak Low 5. Ballerina 6. It Had To Be You- LP 16.90

SONNY GEE & THE STANDELS Tidal Wave/ Ingrid (Norton) Demented 1963 surf vocal issued here in reprint of mega-rare sleeve and on green wax like the original! 7" 6.00

THE GENTEELS Take it Off / THE JESTERS Peter Gunn Twist (TTShake TTS 112) Some records which are now being pulled under the tittyshaker umbrella were likely recorded by wholly innocent young gents, unaware that the sounds they were thrashing out would later be associated with images of sleazy 50s burlesque revues. But then there are bands such as the inappropriately named Genteels, who left little room for mis-understanding with their song 'Take It Off', a knockabout piece of musical smut which was obviously designed specifically for the purpose of encouraging the art of performance bump and grind. Built around the 'Peter Gunn' theme, it’s fitting that we also include the Jesters 'Peter Gunn Twist' on the flip, whereby the famously sleazy riff is raunched up further still. 7" 6.90

MONARCS Sour Grapes/ VI-TONES Kamikaze (Norton) Heavy reverb instrumental surf rippers from 1963 by El Pasos Monarcs and Chicagos Vi-Tones! 7" 6.00

IT’S A MONSTER BASH PARTY! Vol. 1: 20 Creepy 50’s - 60’s Halloween Smashers! (Now Sound Records) Limited edition on colored vinyl: Jekyll and Hyde „Dracula drag”/ Chuck and Oneda Harding - “Graveyard ghost”/ The Transplant - “With her head tucked underneath her arm”/ Gene Moss and The Monsters - “Surf monster”/ Bill Cardille - “Chilly Billy’s vamp”/ The 7th Court - “One eyed witch”/ The Creeps - “The whip”/ Terry Teen - “Curse of the hearse”/ Randy Fuller - “Wolfman”/ Miss L. L. Louise - “The monster miss”/ The Bells of Rhymny - “The wicked old witch”/ The Ebb-Tides - “Séance”/ The Young Blood - “Don’t leave me in the dark”/ The Monocles - “Spider and the fly”/ Jimmy Friss and The Valiants - “Serpents and spiders”/ Gene Moss - “Monster bossa nova”/ The Ghouls - “Graveyard shift”/ Bert Convy - “The monster hop”/ Uzzi + Bill Grah’s Olympia Band - Geisterstunden Cha cha”/ Johnny Fever - “Zombie”. LP 17.50

KIM FOWLEY King Of The Creeps: Lost Treasures From The Vaults 1959-1969 Vol. 3 (Norton) The third volume of brain spraining early unheralded, underworshipped unknown Kim Fowley productions and manipulations: KIM GARRI AND THE RHYTHM KINGS - Big Bad Wolf / KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE - Big Tears / UPTONES - No More / RENEGADE FIVE - Young And Wild / JOHN PAUL JONES - Kalani Honey / KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE - The Knight In Shining Armor / SKIP AND JOHNNY - More Marathon / FALLEN ANGELS - Up On The Mountain / KIM FOWLEY - Astrology / WOLF PACK - The Baddest Wolf / LARRY GREEN AND THE RHYTHMAIRES - Watch Your Step / KIM FOWLEY - The Trip / NAVARROS - Moses / ROGUES - Wanted: Dead Or Alive / GRAINS OF SAND - Goin Away Baby / GRAINS OF SAND - Golden Apples Of The Sun / E. ZANE WOOD AND THE DOMINION - Got Me Stupid / KIM FOWLEY - Outrageous Radio Spot. Gatefold LP 14.00

PLAS JOHNSON Downstairs b/w Blue Jean Shuffle (TTShake 110) 'Downstairs' is a super-cool popcorn instrumental from the man who is probably best known for playing the instantly recognizable tenor sax line on the theme tune to the Pink Panther. There is indeed more than a hint of that famous theme to 'Downstairs', a jaunty, swinging number with 'crime jazz' undertones. On the flip-side 'Blue Jean Shuffle' is a straight ahead honking Rock & Roll Romper! 7" 6.90

JUNGLE EXOTICA Volume One (STRIP-005) FULLY re-recorded and REMASTERED double-lp exotic deluxe GATEFOLD edition with TONS of extra cuts and bee- yoot new art! Tracks: Diablito - THE JUNGLE/ B Bob Callaway & The Chicks - NATIVE/ The Peeple - HI YO CAMEL/ The Revels - CONGA TWIST/ The Dantes - DRAGON WALK/ The Valiants - TEQUILA TWIST/ Jerry Betters - CARAVAN/ The Majestics - OASIS/ Muvva (Guitar) Hubbard - CONGO MOMBO/ The Terrifics - LOCO/ The Ebonettes - WILD MAN WALK/ Norman (Arab) Sands & The Valiants DON'T WANNA LEAVE THE CONGO/ J. C. Davis - MONKEY/ Tarantula Ghoul & Her Gravediggers - KING KONG/ The Medallions - CARACHI/ Tony McKay - THE ISLAND HOG/ Jan Davis - WATUSI ZOMBIE/ Johnny Parker & The Zirkons - OONGAWA/ The Cherokees - UPRISIN' /The Continental Cousins - KANA KAPILA/ Kookie Joe - THE KOOKIE LIMBO/ Ganim's Asia Minors - DADDY LOLO/ The Highlights - AH, SO/ The Noc-A-Bouts - JUNGLE SAFARI/ The Rhythmaires - SCREW DRIVER/ The Del Saints - TARZAN/The Emanons - CHALYPSO BOP/ The Sheiks - BAGHDAD ROCK/ The Hully Gully Boys - YABBA/ The Five Sounds - CLUMSY DRAGON/ The Enchanters - CAFE BOHEMIAN/ The Megatons - ISIS. Double LP 16.90

LAS VEGAS GRIND VOLUME 4 (Strip) … and yet MORE wacked, honk’n’grind sax/guitar/grunt-laden buttshake tunes from the 50s & early 60s… REMASTERED New version in exotic DELUXE GATEFOLD edition with updated photos. Gatefold LP 11.90

SABU MARTINEZ Safari With Sabu (So Far Out) One of the most prolific conga players in the history of Afro-Cuban music, Louis "Sabu" Martinez spent his childhood beating rhythms on tin cans on 111th Street in New York City's Spanish Harlem. In 1946, he began a long association with drummer Art Blakey, and joined Dizzy Gillespie's band by 1948, following the murder of the influential conga player Chano Pozo. Despite being such a much-in-demand session player, he struggled with heroin for years until he overcame his addiction in 1956, formed his new quintet and recorded three history-making albums in less than three years. Safari With Sabu, probably the most celebrated of Sabu's works, combines both African and Latin elements with the American Jazz tradition, resulting in the missing link between bop and Sun Ra. Recorded with three congas (including Ray Barreto), bongos, timbales and tympani, along with complementary tenor and baritone sax, trombone, and an unobtrusive bass presence by Oscar Pettiford, 1957's Safari With Sabu is now back on shiny 180 gram vinyl again Limited to 500 copies. Tracks: A: 1. Jeanette 2. Dawn 3. Unga./ B: 1. Nadenga 2. Safari. LP 16.50

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA BATMAN THEME (1966 Records) 16 Batman theme songs from allover the world. Limited edition of 300 copies - tracks: Melvins And His Gentlemen (Denmark)/ The 'V'-Rangers (Austria)/ The Korvals (Argentina)/ Bob Kuban And The In-Men (USA)/ Les Hou-Lops (Canada)/ La Bert Ellis (USA)/ Orchester Friedel Berlipp (Germany)/ The Avengers (USA)/ Link Wray and His Ray Men (USA)/ The Gallants (USA)/ De Maskers (Netherlands)/ Boston Pops Orchestra (USA/ Ettore Cenci Guitar Trio (Italy)/ Lion's Sound '67 (Netherlands)/ Peter De Angelis Chorus & Orchestra (USA)/ The Nashville Five (USA). LP 17.90

NICK & THE JAGUARS ICHI BON #1 / COOL & CRAZY (TAMLA) Stunning & rare 1959 Wild and Rockin Link Wray style / Surf Instrumental...Not the usual Motown fare, 2 fantastic and super rare sides! repro 7" 6.50

NITE HAWKS Chicken Grabber / SCOTT WOODS Chicken Rock (TTShake 109) Something of a poultry offering here as we ransack the coop to pull out these two Chicken-based oddities. On the top side is the Nite Hawks (a very early incarnation of the Crusaders - yes them of 'Street Life' success and ignominy) with their wondrous, slinky instrumental number 'Chicken Grabber', a jazzy, bump and grinder punctuated by frenzied clucking from the hens and deranged muttering from their unknown pursuer. Made infamous by its appearance in John Waters' notorious schlock-fest 'Pink Flamingos', 'Chicken Grabber' is surely one of the best songs about chicken ever made. That might seem a weak claim on the face of it, but then just consider the hundreds, perhaps thousands of other records inspired by our fowl feathered friends, and then consider that on the flip-side of this little rooster, we serve up Scott Wood's 'Chicken Rock' - another rock & roll curio with a decidedly unhinged air, and another of the very best chicken sides ever waxed. 7" € 6.90JAMIE COE Cleopatra / THE PRECISIONS Cleopatra / 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

POCO LOCO IN THE COCO Volume 2 (University of Vice) Rare gems extracted from 45s and 78s records released in the 50s and early 60s by obscure record labels. A unique mix of genres: CUMBIA YE-YÉ, TEX MEX R&R, SENEGALESE JERK, ANDEAN TWIST, ANTILLAISE BEAT, ROCK-CALYPSO-MAMBO-CHA... Tracks:  01. George Nardello - Bossa On The Moon 02. S. Love - Rock, Calypso, Mambo, Cha 03. The Watusi Warriors - Wa Chi Bam Ba 04. Jose Madrigal - Swish Swish 05. The Chiefs - Enchiladas 06. The Locos - Guantanamera Rock 07. Guillermo Gonzalez - Cumbia A Go-Go 08. Det Moor - Rocking In The Morocco 09. Sabah - Lett Kiss 10. Barel Coppet - Travail Neg 11. Los Makuesons - Makuesons Song 12. The Lettermen - Guiro 13. Shorty Martinez - Chemas Twist 14. Conj Libertad De Sgto De Chuco - Twist Serrano. LP 18.90

TITO PUENTE Dance Mania(So Far Out) Originally released in 1958, 'Dance Mania' is amongst a handful of late '50s Latin LP's that took the sounds of mambo, cha cha, and guaguanco, out of Spanish Harlem and Puerto Rico and into the mainstream of America. Leading a group that includes congo master Ray Barretto, timbalero Puente blazes through a set of mostly original tunes. A Latin dance LP from one of the masters, reissued on 180-gram vinyl. LP 16.50

JOHNNY RICHARDS THE RITES OF DIABLO (So Far Out) A rare and sought after piece of jazz exotica, The Rites Of Diablo, was originally released in 1958 on Roulette's Birdland series. Recorded in New York's Webster Hall, with Johnny Richards' usual orchestra augmented by seven percussionists (including Sabu Martinez), and eight vocalists (The Dave Lambert Singers), this album is Richards' interpretation of the rituals of the Bantu people of Southern Africa. A wild, dark, and percussive trip, The Rites Of Diablo, is a exotica masterwork lovingly reissued on 180 gram. Side A: 1. Omo Ado 2. Kele Kele 3. La Pecadora./ Side B: 1. Ochun 2. Oluo Anu 3. Ofo. LP 16.50

RODNEY & THE BLAZERS Warpaint / Oriental Nightmare (TTSHAKE.111) Two savage Rock & Roll instrumentals from the Coffeyville, Kansas based combo, Rodney & The Blazers. 'Warpaint' hints at a loose native American theme with its rolling, stomping drum intro before giving away to straight-shooting, sleazy sax-led R&R mayhem. The rather more languid 'Oriental Nightmare' is perhaps the titty-shakin' pick of the pair though, with its exotica feel and sloppy riff conjuring all manner of unwholesome imagery! 7" 6.90

THE SCOUTS Mr. Custer Stomp / RUSTY ISABEL Firewater (TTShake TT114) A native American themed twin-spin, with the top side featuring the Scouts recounting Custer's infamous last stand in stomping, hollering glory. In today's enlightened world, it's kind of questionable of course, but the phony native chants really add to the greatness of this wonderfully kooky piece of rock and roll exotica. Speaking of kooky, Rusty Isabel gets himself all juiced up on the b-side, with a jaunty, groovy instrumental named 'Fire Water'. Both sides guaranteed to rock your own little Pow Wow. 7" 6.90

SUR ROYAL DA COUNT AND THE PARLIAMENTS Scream Baby Scream/ Scream Mother Scream (Norton) Dig the insane 1967 single 'Scream Mother Scream' and then warp your mind even more with the earlier and even more deranged demo 'Scream Baby Scream' 7" 6.00

TABU! VOLUME 4 (Paris Hollywood) More Action, Bongos and Sax, titty- and ass-shakers from the 50s & 60s: Sounds Inc.: Mogambo/ A-Jacks: Fury/ Gene Skiora: Tanganyika/ Ennio Sangiusto: African Twist/ Hal Blaine: Topsy 65/ Outlaws: Crazy Drums/ Corrado El 93: Ali Baba Twist/ Gabriel & Angels: Chumba/ Sylvie Mora: Taboo/ Pygmies: Don't Monkey With Tarzan/ Dynatones: Moonshot/ Rumblers: It's A Gas/ Georgia Drake: Misirlou/ Scholars: Kan-gu-Wa/ Moe Koffman Qt.: Koko-Mamey/ Turbo Jets: Far East Cha Cha Cha/ Norman Luboff choir: Bamboo-Tamboo/ Toni Murena: Tabou. LP 13.50

RON THOMPSON Switchblade / DEL VALAROS Pedro (TTShake TT115) Two contrasting shakers from the Minneapolis based Soma label... Nebraska outfit Ron Thompson and the Broughams give us 'Switchblade' on the top side - a wild and savage, high-octane stomper, led by a brutal guitar riff, garnished with blood-curdling screams and snarled vocal interjections. A longstanding indemander amongst those who like their instro's rare and bloody like a steak. On the flip, a rather more languid but no less engaging affair as teen outfit the Del Valaros give us a cool riff on 'Tequila'. 7" 6.90

TWISTIN’ RUMBLE Volume 9 (TR-62019) Killer new LP of wacked-out and DANCEABLE 1950s & early-1960s slop!! R&B, titty-twisters, GO-GO mania, jungled exotica, ETC! Tracks: The Demons - EL LOBO, Note & Toe & The Grenadiers - I GOT A COLD, Felix & His Fabulous Cats - HEY TIGER, Lenny Welch -CHANGA ROCK, Damal & Rasheed - ARRIBA, Gary U.S. Bonds - I WANNA HOLLER, Alan & The Flames - WHATCHA GONNA DO, Linda Gayle - MAGGIE’S FARM, Los Rebeldes De Rock - SWIM, Iraj - BABY SHAKE WITH ME, H-Bomb Ferguson - MARY LITTLE MARY, Little Jerry - CHAPEL ON THE HILL, Syd Hale - THE HELL RAISERS, Fred Harris’ Red Tops - THE BULL, The Moonglows - CHICKIE UM BAH. LP 11.90
TWISTIN’ RUMBLE Volume 10 (TR-62020) Killer new LP of wacked-out and DANCEABLE 1950s & early-1960s slop!! R&B, titty-twisters, GO-GO mania, jungled exotica, ETC! Tracks: Len Wade - BOSS BEAT, L. B. Wilson - DON’T, Felix Garcia & His Guitar - TWO TACOS, Vernon Harrel - SLICK CHICK, The Admirals - SAWMILL, The Nobletones - CALYPSO BABY, Cecil DAVIS - LETS HAVE A BALL, Jimmy Liggins & His Drops Of Joy Orchestra - KNOCKED OUT, The Imperialites - LET’S GET ONE, The Medallions - LOLO BABY, The Peridots - HULLY GULLY ALL NIGHT LONG, Earl Forest - THE DUCK, Ludaway - THE PIG, The Valiants - WALKIN’ GIRL, David Del Conte - I LIE, Willard Burton - TWISTIN' TWIST. LP 11.90

UNTOUCHABLES / RICHIE MAYO Crawlin' (The Crawl) (TTShake TT116) On a label quite aptly named 'Sleezy', we offer up both super rare versions of one of the raunchiest instrumental compositions ever conceived. On the flip side, we present the first incarnation of 'Crawlin (The Crawl)' as released by Richi Mayo & The Paramours in 1957 in a seemingly misdirected attempt to follow the popularity of the Stroll, a dance craze which had swept the nation that year. Misdirected because the Paramours piece surely seemed much more befitting a backing to a seedy Times Square burlesque revue than to gentile couple dancing at the high school sock hop. Unperturbed, guitarist Frank Perry decided to give the song a second opportunity to capture the popular imagination a few years later in his next band, The Untouchables. If anything, the sleaze factor was somehow amplified via the scratchy guitar and rolling drum, and of course that honking sax riff and solo. Is this the definitive tassel twirler, the grinder par excellence, the ultimate sleazer? It will certainly take some beating... 7 " 6.90

VA! VA VOOM!! Volume 3: Saboo! (Floridita) Third Volume of early 60s instrumental action: Saboo (Wobble-Cha) - Joe Quijano And His Orch./ Zoolgico Negro - Comparsa Universitaria De La Laguna/ Slob't (Saint Louis Blues Twist) - Quincy Jones' Orch. Feat. Joe Newman/ Tia Juana - H.B. Barnum/ 7th Round - Chip And Dave/ Bread n' Butter - The Shados/ Monkey Walk Pt.1 - The Kingsmen/ What I'd Say - Fabulous (Dick Hyman And His Orch.)/ Souix Rock - The Sugar Canes/ Turnip Greens - Jimmy Fox/ Big Daddy - Hank Moore/ 500 Pound Canary - Jules Blattner/ Scratch - The Camelots/ The Back - Patty Lace And The Petticoats/ Mr.Machine - Tony (Robot) Alamo/ Littlest Hobo - Rhythm RebelsLP 12.90

VENTURES Singles Collection (Not Now) 36 instrumentals: Walk, Don’t Run/ Home/ The McCoy/ Perfidia/ No Trespassing/ Ram Bunk Shush/ Lonely Heart/ Lullaby Of The Leaves/ Ginchy/ (Theme From) Silver City/ Bluer Than Blue/ Blue Moon/ Lady Of Spain/ Yellow Jacket/ Genesis/ Instant Mashed/ My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean/ Lolita Ya Ya/ Lucille/ The 2,000 Pound Bee, Pt. 1/ The 2,000 Pound Bee, Pt. 2/ Cookies And Coke/ The Real McCoy/ The Twomp/ Heart On My Sleeve/ Honky Tonk/ Raunchy - Bonus tracks: Green Onions/ Torquay/ Telstar/ Bulldog/ Ups ‘N’ Downs/ Trambone/ Night Train/ Yellow Bird/ Detour. Double LP 21.90

HARLAN WOLF Radioactive Flip Flop/ MARTY WATERS Midnight Blues (Norton) The two greatest names in show business offer unreleased gems sure to thrill music lovers worldwide! The sure cure for your BIG ITCH! 7" 6.00

LINK WRAY The Rumbling Guitar Sound Of Link Wray (Not Now) 32 cuts on a gatefold double LP: Rumble/ Raw-hide/ Slinky/ Right Turn/ Hand Clapper/ Pancho Villa/ El Toro/ Radar/ Dance Contest/ Run Chicken Run/ Alone/ Rendezvous/ Lillian/ Golden Strings/ Poppin' Popeye/ Jack The Ripper/ Big City Stomp/ Ramble/ Studio Blues/ Black Widow/ Ace Of Spades/ The Swag/ The Outlaw/ Caroline/ Dixie-Doodle/ Tijuana/ The Stranger/ Trail Of The Lonesome Pine/ Ain't That Lovin' You Baby/ Teenage Cutie/ Mary Ann. Double LP 21.90



HASIL ADKINS AND HIS HAPPY GUITAR Get Out Of My Car / Shake That Thing (Norton) Hunch that thing with the worlds greatest one man band! Two monstrous chicken walkin hits on one platter! 7" 6.00

JOHN ASHLEY LITTLE LOU / I NEED YOUR LOVIN (CAPEHART 5006) Fantastic 1961 So-Cal Rocker’s on Jerry Capehart's label. Ashley was a Teen Movie Actor and stared in “Hot Rod Gang” as well as the 1968....Ahem!...Masterpiece “The Mad Doctor Of Blood Island”! 7" 6.50

DEAN BEARD Rock Around The Town/ Rakin' And Scrapin' (alt. take) (Sun SP 105) Great Memphis rockabilly twin bop special. Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

LARRY DONN Arkansas Stomp (Hog Maw) Seven raw live recordings by Larry Donn backed by Sonny Burgess (Pacers on Sun Records) recorded at 67 Club in Arkansas in the early 60s by Larry himself. Issued by exclusive agreement with Larry who died just before the record was pressed. Limited pressing of live rockabilly recordings on clear orange wax: Tracks: That's What I Call A Ball/ Down The Line/ Mona Lisa/ Swinging/ The Twist/ Honey Bun/ Girl Next Door/ Good Golly Miss Molly/ Shake Rattle And Roll. 10" 12.50
LARRY DONN & BAND Trouble Bound/ Rockin' Love (Hog Maw) Limeted pressing on orange vinyl. "Trouble Bound" is a 50s demo with a crude cover of the Billy Lee Riley and his Little Green Men's classic on Sun. "Rockin' Love" is some kinda live recording from the same period. Remastered from Larry Donn's original tapes. 7" 5.50

EL PASO ROCK Volume 4: Thunder (Norton) El Paso sits on the state line between Texas and New Mexico, home of the hallowed Yucca Records, which is now a star in the Norton constellation of able labels. Yucca's output in the 1950s and 1960s was equaled by the number of recordings that sat in the can for fifty years. Available now for the first time ever, from the master tapes, comes the motherlode, selectively scattered throughout the Norton Southwest series called 'EL PASO ROCK'. Tracks: AL SIMS AND THE ALPINE TWO - Party / MAX ALEXANDER AND THE HI-FI COMBO - Little Rome / DON GUESS - Finders Keepers / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Taylors Rock / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Dont Be Unfair / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Child Of Fortune / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Thunder / BOB TAYLOR AND THE COUNTS - Jill / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - Youre Wrong / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - The Shadows Dance / JOHNNY GARMON AND THE SHADOWS - Since I Found You / DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / AL SIMS - Green Gater Ater / ROCK KINGS - Runaway /JERRY BRIGHT AND THE EMBERS - Be Mine / JERRY BRIGHT AND THE EMBERS Jims Jive. *=previously unissued. LP 14.00
EL PASO ROCK Volume 5: The Troubled Streets (Norton) Featured in this fifth volume of Southwest recordings are the moody, broody sounds of Frank Thayer, whose heart-searing sounds mimic the loneliness and danger of desert nights. Southwest sounds deliver a taste of the exotic, a dollop of attitude and a night train loaded with mayhem. Tracks: DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / NIGHT PEOPLE - The Troubled Streets / FRANK THAYER AND THE LYONALS - Long Grey Highway / FRANK THAYER - The Glory Of Her Love / FORTUNES - Lonely Teardrops / FRANK THAYER AND THE LYONALS - Evening Shadows / FRANK THAYER - Yes Ill Be Blue * / JERRY BELL AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Bacardi / SONNY WALLACE - Black Cadillac / JOE RICHIE - Across The Bay / NIGHT PEOPLE - Lonely Before Dawn / RAVONS - I Love You Baby / RHYTHM HEIRS - Cradle Rock / DON ORR AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Sarah Jane / BILL TAYLOR AND THE SHERWOODS - You Hold My Letters (Not Me)* / JERRY BELL AND THE ORIGINAL ROCKETS - Jungle Bunny. *=previously unissued. LP 14.00
EL PASO ROCK Volume 6: Black Out (Norton) This set serves up the earliest recordings of the legendary BOBBY FULLER, from the vaults of Yucca, plus his home studio recordings of local kings including the Chancellers, the Sherwoods, and the Pawns. Local cats round out this volumes - tracks: BOBBY FULLER - Say Honey / BOBBY FULLER - You're In Love / BOBBY FULLER - Eastwood High Dance Radio Spot / BOBBY FULLER - Guess We'll Fall In Love / CHANCELLERS - Judy / BILL TAYLOR AND THE SHERWOODS - You Hold My Letters (Not Me) / SHERWOODS - Tickler / SHERWOODS - Black Out / D.Y. AND THE MOTIVATERS - Hold It / PAWNS - The Pawn / PAWNS - South Bay / DAVID HAYES AND THE PAWNS - Lonely / D.Y. AND MOTIVATERS - Hot Rod Ford / SHERWOODS - Podunk / SHERWOODS - Tickler / FRANK GONZALES AND THE PALISADES - Sweet Surfin Little Girl / FRANK GONZALES AND THE PALISADES - Dance To The Palisades. *=previously unissued. LP 14.00
EL PASO ROCK Volume 7: Terry Manning and The Wild Ones (Norton) Legendary producer Terry Manning grew up in El Paso, with his eyes and ears glued on his hero Bobby Fuller. Steeped and stewed in local rock n roll sounds, Terry, and his teenage garage combo The Wild Ones, recorded their version of the burgeoning early '60s Southwest ruckus. Terry came across this lost tape box recently and brought it home to Norton to hitch another piece onto the expanding El Paso rock n roll puzzle. Tracks: Nervous Breakdown / Memphis / Just This Once / Youre In Love / Hey Baby / Sweet Little Sixteen / Boney Maronie / Mathilda /Across The Bay /Forever Christine / Sorry (I Ran All The Way Home) / Patty Baby / Way Down Yonder In New Orleans / The Dog. All titles previously unissued. LP 14.00
EL PASO ROCK Volume 8: El Vampiro (Norton) This special volume features seventeen 1963-64 surf instrumentals - eight of them previously unissued! Tracks: MONARCS Sour Grapes* / TORQUETTS (Whos Got The) Tortillas / TORQUETTS Side-Swiped / TORQUETTS Bacardi / LOS VAMPIRANOS El Vampiro / CHUCK SLEDGE White Heat* / CHUCK SLEDGE La Bamba* / CHUCK SLEDGE Caterpillar Crawl* / FORTUNES Chi-Wa-Wa / MONARCS Talisman* / MONARCS Forever Lost / KEY MEN Sun-Burstin / KEY MEN Up To News / COUNTS Surfers Paradise / COUNTS Chug-A-Lug / EMBERS Canutillo Stomp* / MONARCS Sour Grapes (alternate take)* / MONARCS Talisman (alternate take)*- (* = previously unissued). LP 14.00

EVENT RECORDS: Top Rockabilly Cats (Event Records) Sixteen bop tunes from Event Records: The Dreamers - Rock 'n' Roll Baby/ Ricky Coyne - Rollin' Pim Mim/ Jimmy Copeland - Jealous Hearted Me/ Ricky Coyne - Kaw Liga/ The Javalans - Come Dance With Me/ The Four Dappers - Baby You Done Me Wrong/ Curtis Johnson - Baby Baby/ Pete Peterson - Woncha/ Scotty McKay - Rollin' Dynamite/ The Dreamers - Ding Dong/ The Javalans - Hold On Tight/ The Western Starlighters - Rockin' Too Much/ The Javalans - Your Love Will Come My Way/ The Four Dappers - Say I Do/ Ricky Coyne - Short Fat Annie/ Curtis Johnson - Headin' For The High School Hop. LP 12.90

ROBERT GORDON WITH LINK WRAY S/T (Bear Family) Reissue of 1977 rockabilly revival album. 180-gram LP, gatefold sleeve and 1 bonus cut: Red Hot/ I Sure Miss You/ Summertime Blues/ Boppin' The Blues/ Sweet Surrender/ Flyin' Saucers Rock & Roll/ The Fool/ It's In The Bottle/ Woman (You're My Woman)/ Is This The Way/ BONUS: Endless Sleep. 180-gram LP 19.50
Fresh Fish Special (Bear Family) Reissue of 1978 rockabilly revival album. 180-gram LP, gatefold sleeve and 2bonus cuts: The Way I Walk/ Red Cadillac And A Black Moustache/ If This Is Wrong/ Five Days, Five Days/ Fire/ BONUS: Sea Cruise (Single Version)/ I Want To Be Free/ Twenty Flight Rock/ Sea Cruise/ Lonesome Train (On A Lonesome Track)/ Blue Eyes (Don't Run Away)/BONUS: Fire (Single Version). 180-gram LP 19.50

STAN GUNN BABY SITTER BOOGIE b/w JACK RIVERS CALL ON ME (RON-MAR 45 RE)Two Legendary Illinois Rockabillies back to back on one great 45. The Stan Gunn 45 is especially rare on an original pressing and the Jack Rivers usually only shows up in bad condition. 7" 6.50

JIMMY HAGGET Rabbit Action/ Rock Me Baby (Sun SP 100) Two great rockabilly boppers from 1956. Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

WANDA JACKSON Funnel of Love / Whirlpool (Fryers FRY020) Here we have our two favourite sides from “Queen of Rockabilly” Wanda Lavonne Jackson. “Funnel of Love" her ever-popular 1961 rock n’ roll standard. Recorded back in 1961 and covered by every half-decent rockabilly-influenced band ever since. On the Flip we up the game again with “Whirlpool”. Getting spins more recently on the European R&B and soul scene and certainly one of our fave Jackson 45s – one for the connoisseur! “Whirlpool” was also spun slowed down slightly (as is usual) on the Belgian Popcorn scene in the ‘70s. 7" 7.50

KICKS MAGAZINE #1 - Limited reprint of the legendary Norton magazine from 1979. Featuring Everly Bros, Flamin' Groovies, Shaggs, Vince Taylor, Velvet Underground, Paul Revere & Raiders! 100 pages. Magazine 11.90

BAKER KNIGHT Just Relax / Hungry For Love (Coral) Popular Rockabilly club Strollers reissued on a 45. repro 7" 6.50

LOUISIANA LANNIS Tongue Twister Boogie / Walking Out (SNOW CAP 1125) Fantastic & super rare on original - Only a handful of copies known. This is a killer primitive Hick Country Rockabilly 2 sided bopper featuring the cream of the Starday House band on back up and recorded at Gold Star in Houston. repro 7" 6.50

GENE MALTAIS The Raging Sea/ Gangwar (Norton) Now on 45 by popular demand - Mad Man Maltais stroming 1959 Lilac Records double headed blaster! 7" 6.00

HURRICANE MARTY The Rock'n'Roll Rabbi (Norton) Super crude unissued 1958 rockabilly acetate with three guitar breaks! And yes, Marty did become a Rabbi - honest! Tracks: HURRICANE ROCK/CALYPSO BABY ROCK. 7" 6.00

LUKE McDANIEL Uh Babe/ Go Ahead Baby (Sun SP 103) Great Memphis Rockabilly bop twin spin! Very limited pressing. Comes with picture sleeve and some liners on the back. 7" 11.50

WAYNE McGINNIS Lonesome Rhythm Blues / Rock, Roll & Rhythm (Meteor) Earlier recordings taken from an acetate. 7" 6.90

SCOTTY McKAY Midnight Cryin' Time / MICKEY LEE LANE Tracks To Your Mind (Swan) Great rocker and a hot club fave with ' Midnight Cryin' Time ' and a cool instro flip side ! repro 7" 6.50

BILLY MIZE PLANET NAMED DESIRE / B.GOODE & THE DANNY ZELLA BAND DESIRE (INST) (CAL’S CORAL) Moody Echo Laden Early Desperate Rock N Roll Classic backed up with a previously unissued Killer Rock n Roll/ titty shaker instro from the Danny Zella band - first time ever on a 45! repro 7" 6.50

FLORIAN MONDAY AND HIS MONDOS Rip It Rip It Up / Lovin (REALM SK 007) Wild & unruly 60's Garage Rocker. 7" 6.50

GRAY MONTGOMERY Right Now / It's All Right (BEAGLE 101) Red Hot rockabilly classic out of Mississippi from 1962. repro 7" 6.50

NASTY ROCKABILLY Twenty LP Box Set (B-SHARP) All twenty LP's in one deluxe box edition, limited to 200 copies. All 310 cuts with original x-rated sleeves and label shots. 20 LP- Box 255.00

EDDIE NOACK Psycho/ Dolores (Bear Family) Limited pressing of this killer twisted country 2-sider. 500 numbered copies with picture sleeve (by Reinhard Kleist). 7" 8.90

NOTHING AND THE NO NAMES Bearsville Rock/ Cute Little Sweetie (Norton) Two crude and crazy unknown rockers! Less than ten original copies on the Brenda-label are known to exist! 7" 6.00

JAY HODGE ORK GOATSVILLE / MECIE JENKINS COME BACK PRETTY BABY (CORNUTO) Wild & Frantic Guitar led Instrumental featuring Lloyd Rowe with a seemingly endless cow bell finale. Flip is a great pleading Soulful Popcorn R&B Mover. repro 7" 6.50

ELVIS PRESLEY Pocket Full Of Rainbows / Crawfish (Alternates) (Fryers 021) Rockabilly, R&B or Soul - no matter what your bag, the one and only Elvis Presley has enough power, presence and panache to offer something for everyone, and here are two alternate takes from our favourite Elvis soundtracks, GI Blues and King Creole. ‘Pocketful of Rainbows’ is a more dancefloor friendly take with stronger rhythm section which was aching for 45 release, while on the flip we have an alternate take of ‘Crawfish’ with Jean "Kitty" Bilbrew matching Elvis in the mix. 7" 6.90

RAW MEAT Volume 1: Infectious Rock Billy (Hog Maw) Rare Hick Primitive Rockabilly. Limited pressing on red wax. Tracks; Glen Cooper & his Jets "Just Rockin'"/ Harold Zahner with Johnny Smith & Missouri Two "Shake Baby Shake"/ Bill Willis & Family " Right Kind Of Woman"/ Bill Willis & Family "Bad Land Shimmey" (instrumental) /Tex Holland "Why Don't You Change Your Ways"/ Lloyd Harp & his Hoosier Rhythm Boys "I Slow Boogie Rock"/ Jimmy Walls "Look At Me Eyes"/ Roy E. Moore & Tennessee Drifters "Black-Out" (instrumental)/ Roy E. Moore & Tennessee Drifters "Let Me Be Your Man"/ Robert Keel & Drifting Rangers "Take A Chance With Me". 10" € 12.50
RAW MEAT Volume 2: Stoney Mountain Bop (Hog Maw) Rare Southern Primitive Rockabilly Bop. Limited pressing on clear wax. Tracks: Avery & Country Boys "Grandpa's Twist"/ Leon & Carlos "Rock Everybody"/ Leon & Carlos "Rock Run Blues"/ Warren Robbe "My Chicken Pen"/ Chandos McRill & Excellons "Poor Me"/ Hodges Brothers "I'm Gonna Rock Some Too"/ Bob Varney & Stoney Mt. Playboys "Stoney Mt. Boogie"/ Bill Willis & Goldie Norris "Goin' Down To Sal's House"/ Arvel Lewis "Pine Mountain Boogie"/ Wayne Satkamp & Five Aces "Barber Hair Blues". 10" 12.50

CLARK RICHARD HOT ROCK BEAT b/w QUEEN OF LOVE (HMV 45 RE) Wild & Frantic Guitar led 60’S Euro Rocker. Hot Rock Beat was comp’d on one of the early Desperate Rock’N’Roll LPs years ago but as far as we know, the equally great flip side has never been reissued before. Very rare on original pressing, a beat up copy sold recently on ebay for over $600!!! 7" 6.50

BOBBY ROBERTS & THE JENNINGS BROS BIG SANDY b/w SHE’S MY WOMAN (SKY 45 RE) One of the greatest Rockabilly 2 siders of all time. This is the first time it has been reissued with what is thought to it’s first pressed label with band credited as the Jennings Brothers. Great re-mastered sound, much improved from the 80’s reissue and on top of that, it comes with a period faux distressed sleeve sporting the only known picture of our hero. repro 7" 7.90

HENDER SAUL I Ain't Gonna Rock-Tonite / One Step Away (Liberty) Primitive back-in-the-hills rockabilly from 1956 out of Virginia featuring great hick vocal, guitar and saw fiddle. repro 7" 6.50

THE TEXAS BOX 1950s & 1960s Oddball Labels From The Lone Star State - 10CD+BOOK (Be! Sharp)' A 10 disc box set including a 200-page book. More than 15 hours of TX rockabilly, wild instrumental, rockers, etc. The book offers all available information about the artists and labels, tons of unseen pictures, a collector's guide for every track, and special essays about Texas recording studios and pressing plants. Artists include Orville Couch, Link Davis, Billy Boud, Jackie Dallas, Daniel James, Johnny Watson, Red Mansel, Rocky Williams, Tommy Trent, Hank Walker and many many more. For a complete tracklist, e-mail us. Attention: The weight of this little beast is 3,5 kg! 10-CD box plus book 179,00

WOLFE CITY MADNESS: Twisted Primitive Hillbilly Bop From Wolf-Tex Records (Norton 360 LP) First ever roundup on the legendary Texas label that produced the immortal 1960 rocker How Much Do You Miss Me by Harold Montgomery, presented here from the original master tape in super Nortonic fidelity! Wolf-Tex served up hillbilly, country bop and rockers in pressings that never exceeded 300 copies! LP 14.00

LINK WRAY & THE WRAY MEN AIN’T THAT LOVIN’ YOU BABE / MARY ANN (EPIC 5-9419) Think Link! Killer 1960 Double Whammy Vocal Rocker. The Linkster does a pretty good job considering he's only got one lung! repro 7" 6.50


CAZUMBI African 60s Garage Volume 1 (No Smoke) REPRESSED! Stunning collection of very rare tracks taken from 45s released in Congo, Angola, Mozambique and South Africa. Garage rock, garage surf, powerful 60's R&B... an amazing collection with groups such as H20 (Mozambique) who had even carton boxes among their instruments, a rare track by the A-Cads, the incredibly rare Kriptons from Angola, an Italian sung (!!!) cover of the Prunes' "I had too much to dream" by Conjunto Oliveira Muge in Mozambique, the eerie French sung "Eh bien mon ami" by African Fiesta... Nicely done release with remastered sound, and an insert with rare and obviously unseen photos and liners! WARNING! This not an Afro Beat or Afro Rock compilation, the music on this record is strictly 60's garage as you might expect of it!!! Dwarf, Ghost, Soul, From Another world, its the African definition for CAZUMBI! LP 16.90
(Volume 2 LP/ CD still available!)

DENISE Boy, What'll You Do Then/ Chaos (Big Beat) Big Beat presents three highly desirable artefacts including one that is not only one of the rarest singles of the 1960s, but the ultimate girl-garage nugget: ‘Boy, What’ll You Do Then’ by DENISE. Denise Kaufman was a founder member of SF hippie mainstays Ace Of Cups but in this ’66 stormer, hell hath no fury as the Berkeley wild-child lets loose on her then beau (reputedly future Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner). The handful of original copies that have turned up, selling for in excess of $8,000, all feature an earlier, weaker take – this reissue utilizes the hyper-rare second mix, which is far more powerful. Packaged in brown paper sleeves with individual sticker. 7" 13.50

FRANTIC SHINDIG (Outhouse) Mid-60s garage compilation with all too-perfect narration from a vintage anti-drug school filmstrip soundtrack, full of almost all previously un-compiled: Sez-Who - Sig-Heils/ / 'Cause Of You - Shags/ Gloria - Disciples/ Swingin' Hangout - Mark IV/ Diagnosis Neurosis - Their Singing Bodies/ Sorrow - Poverty Five/ It's Over - The Mothers Of Soul/ Pusherman - Beau Allen/ Hey Baby, Hey Sugar - Terry Lee/ She Was A High High Flyer - The Valiants/ Looking Glass Of Time - Spontaneous Corruption/ Here It Comes Again - Troy Shondell/ Lorelei 2 - Sig-Heils/ Louie Louie - Wandering Kind/ Love That Louie - Jack E. Lee/ Sleep In Public Place - Sons Of Adam & Ron Steele/ Alligator Wine - The Dynamic Kapers. LP 14.90

GERMAN MEASLES Volume 1: Flames Of Love (Cree Records/ Bear Family) 60s Beat, Garage and R'n'B from Germany, some of it by fiendishly obscure groups who failed to make even the slightest dent outside of their home towns. Compiled and annotated by Mike and Anja Stax of UGLY THINGS magazine. Many of these tracks are seeing their first appearance on vinyl since the Sixties: Sine One: 1 THE BLIZZARDS: I'm Your Guy (single version) 2 THE SUBJECTS: German Measles 3 THE PETARDS: Right Time 4 THE SAD SACK SECT: The World For Us 5 THE PRALINS: Jumpin' Run 6 THE BOOTS: But You Never Do It Babe 7 THE SKINS: LSD 8 THE KING-BEATS: Hear What I Say . Side Two: 1 THE ROCKING STARS: Flames Of Love 2 FREDERIC & THE RANGERS: I'm On The Outside 3 THE POOR THINGS: She's Mine 4 THE DETAILS: What Shall I Do 5 LES COPAINS: Give Your Love To Me 6 THE STARFIGHTERS: I Like Trouble 7 THE TORNADOS: She's Out Of My Mind 8 THE BATS: Got A Girl. Gatefold sleeve with pics plus linernotes by Mike Stax. 180-gram LP 18.50
GERMAN MEASLES VOLUME 2: Sun Came Out At Seven (Cree Records/ Bear Family) Celebrates the beat scene's evolution into the converging realms of Mod, harmony pop, freakbeat and psychedelia by bands like The Petards, The Dukes, The Ones, Tony Hendrik Five, The Rags and The Chosen Few and more. Not to mention Der Hund von Baskerville, Cindy and Bert’s revved-up take on Black Sabbath’s Paranoid. Side One 1 THE DUKES: The Dentist 2 THE PETARDS: Sun Came Out At Seven 3 THE ONES: Lady Greengrass 4 THE KING-BEATS: Same Way Every Day 5 TONY HENDRIK FIVE: I've Said My Say 6 THE BLIZZARDS: Hab keine Lust heut aufzusteh'n 7 THE RAGS: Mr. Cool 8 JUST MARRIED: Man Of Snow. Side Two: 1 CINDY & BERT: Der Hund von Baskerville 2 THE RIVETS: L-O-V-E 3 ADAM & EVE mit HUSH: Feelin' 4 THE NEWCOMERS: Have You Seen My Baby Comin' 5 THE CHOSEN FEW: Blackbird Face 6 IMPROVED SOUND LIMITED: It Is You 7 THE FACES: Stay Away 8 THE LORDS: The World Is Falling Down. Gatefold sleeve with pics plus linernotes by Mike Stax. 180-gram LP 18.50

HORDE Press Buttons Firmly - LP plus 7" (Break-A-Way) Reissue of the rarest 60s garage album by North Carolina students from early 1967. First 500 come with free unreleased 4-track 7". Includes LP sized full glossy inlay w/pic and liners. The existence of this self produced album came to collectors ears and eyes only about a year ago. It was recorded more or less accidently in early 1967, released in a micro quantity of only 25 copies. Tracks are: Troubles/ Cuttin' Out Time/ Press Buttons Firmly/ My Flash On You/ Steve's Song/ I Can't Keep From Crying/ Tell Me/ 7 And 7 Is/ Smokestack Lightnin'/ Gloria. EP Tracks: No Need To Wonder Why, Press Buttons Firmly (different version), Frog Street, VD's Thing. LP plus 7" 18.90

HUMAN EXPRESSION Love At A Psychedelic Velocity LP+7" (Moi J'Connais / Mississippi ) Great psychedelic garage rock from 1966-1968. Human Expression was a tough as nails deep heavy group who, in spite of releasing three cool singles, never got the exposure they deserved back in the day. A few songs leaked out on vinyl on psych comps ('Optical Sound', 'Love At Psychedelic Velocity' and 'Reading Your Will') but the rest has not been on vinyl until now. Comes with liner notes and a bonus 7-inch. Old school "tip on" cover with gold ink imprint on it. Limited one time pressing of 2000 copies" LP 18,50

JUJUS Fine Day (Ray Hummel III Records) Second Volume of recordings from The JuJus of 'Back From The Grave Vol. 1' and 'Pebbles Vol. 1' fame! You get 15 more cuts from 1964 to1967 by this legendary '60s folk-punk and garage outfit from Grand Rapids, Michigan! Featuring 8 more single sides, unreleased demo only versions of 'You Treated Me Bad', 'Hey Little Girl', 'Do You Understand Me' and 'Assault' (the latter is a real sharp surf garage instrumental!), along with 7 more (mostly unreleased) gems from singer Ray Hummel's stunning JuJus mastertape collection! Awesome sound and the LP comes complete with a 2-sided poster and cover artwork by Darren Merinuk! LP 14.90

LAWSON AND 4 MORE Smart Bird/ If You Want Me, You Can Find Me (Big Beat) Memphis is well known for its small but perfectly formed coterie of mid-60s punkers, prominent amongst whom were LAWSON & 4 MORE, featuring future engineer / producer Terry Manning. The combo’s taut and atmospheric ‘If You Want Me, You Can Find Me’ is an acknowledged gem; here it is joined by an outstanding 1966 outtake ‘Smart Bird’, with lead singer Bobby Lawson in full snarl mode. Both sides were written and produced by the legendary Jim Dickinson. Packaged in brown paper sleeves with individual sticker. 7" 13.50

LOST SOULS Volume 4 (Psych Of The South) The vinyl version 14 unreleased tracks from the heyday of garage and psychedelic rock in Arkansas from 1965-1968. Detailed liners, band info and rare pictures on a double sided insert. Tracks: The Federal Union - Can't Stop, Can't Go/ The Stepin' Stones - I Pity People/ The Vipers - She Just Goes Her Way/ The Vipers - My Love is Gone/ The Federal Union - I Really Need You/ The Coachmen - Tears of Blue/ The Barons - That's What I Need Your Love For/ The Federal Union - Can't Stop, Can't Go (version 2)/ Steppendog - I'm Feeling Down/ The Vipers - So Excited/ The Vipers - Time/ The Federal Union - A Day Without Time/ The Villigers - I'll Call You/ The Loved Ones - Please Send Her. LP 19.50
LOST SOULS Volume 4 (Psych Of The South) The CD version comes with a 16 page booklet and 22 undiscovered songs. CD 15.00

JOE MEEK: PORTRAIT OF A GENIUS (Suitable 1304) Though he's been dead for nearly 50 years, Joe Meek remains one of the most fascinating and influential figures in British pop music. A brilliant and prolific producer and songwriter - despite his inability to either play an instrument or read music - Meek also happened to be an occultist, paranoiac, suicidal depressive and, to top it all off, a murderer. Though only 37 at the time of his death Meek left a large body of work rivaled only by his equally inspired/insane competitor across the pond, Phil Spector. This brand new collection on Mr. Suit bring 18 of Meek's early '60s pop productions back to life on vinyl: Side A: 1. John Leyton - Johnny Remember Me 2. Mike Berry & The Outlaws - My Baby Doll 3. Geoff Goddard - Girl Bride 4. Neil Christian & The Crusaders - Big Beat Drum 5. Screaming Lord Sutch - Good Golly Miss Molly 6. Moontrekkers - Night Of The Vampire 7. Tornados - Jungle Fever 8. Danny Rivers - Can't You Hear My Heart 9. Cliff Bennet & The Rebel Rousers - You Got What I Like Side B: 1. Tornados - Telstar 2. Mike Berry - A Tribute To Buddy Holly 3. John Leyton - Heart Of Stone 4. Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers 5. Michael Cox - Stand Up 6. Pat Reader - Cha Cha On The Moon 7. Ian Gregory - Mr. Lovebug 8. Tony Victor - Dear One 9. Carter Lewis & The Southerners - Two Timing Baby. LP 13.50

MUSIC MACHINE Point of No Return / King Mixer (Sundazed) Two unissued cuts on translucent green vinyl, both recorded 1966. 7" 7.50

OS 5 JOTAS / RONALDO SOARES (Groovie Records) Groovie Records one more time have made a incridble digging in the south american garage caverns, on of the most osbcure Brazilian labels, Selo Real, that released 5 ultra rare rock and garage 7"s. Two of them, part of this first batch of Brazilian 7"s reissues, are Os 5 Jotas and Ronaldo Soares that represent the most excentric rock made in Brazil during the 60's. Os 5 Jotas are a garage combo from rio de Janeiro that have done this 2 amazing garage tunes. And Ronaldo Soares a crazy guy that made something that could have been taken from Kim Fowley archives. Great split, and now only 150 copy left. The first 150 have been sold in Brazil in the release party, February 2013. The single is folded in a double cover with Ronaldo Soares and Os 5 Jotas original sleeves. 7" 7.50

QUARTETO NOVA ERA Apolo (Groovie Records) Exclusive repress on Groovie Records, with the suport of the founder band member Chico Aguiar. This is the extreme psychedelic band from Brasil, or the best Garage Psych EP released in the 60's in Brazil. Originally released in 1969 its was rapidly tooked to obscurity by the public or the corporative music of the time as the content of this record is far away ahead of it's time. 7" 6.50

REDONDOS Full Cirlce With (Break-A-Way) Limited 300 copies vinyl only. 10 track collection by pre-United Travel Service Band with LP sized full glossy Inlay w/pic and liners. Tracks: Slammed No Way/ Why Do I/ I Know How It Feels/ True Loves A Flame/ Johnny B. Goode./ Ali The Sneak/ Long Tall Texan/ Land Of 1000 Dances/ I Know How It Feels (Alternate)/ Farmer John. LP 15.90

SHINDIG! No 36 - Features: COUNTRY JOE & THE FISH: Flying high with San Francisco's hippie-rock agitators. THE ARTWOODS: The London R&B kingpins who should've been huge. PRINCIPAL EDWARDS MAGIC THEATRE: -Performance art meets folk-prog! BIG JIM SULLIVAN: The life and times of Brit session guitarist extraordinaire. Plus RD LAING, THE ORGONE BOX, AFFINITY and much more... Mag 6.90
SHINDIG! No.37 - Features: THE RASPBERRIES: Like The Beatles, the Stones and The Who all over again! The 70s American rock stars who brought adolescent pop thrills back into the charts And articles on: - IAN ANDERSON: Tells us how he was musically awoken by Irish R&B bad boys The Wheels, let down by The Stones and bought The Sex Pistols first album - LOS ANGELES LOVE-INS: Between 1967 and 69, a handful of ticketless love-ins were held in Southern California. These peaceful meet-and-greets combined live music, often from unsigned bands, with meditation, frolicking, food, and good vibes in public parks, where smoking was not illegal. - TEMPLES: The new psych stars enveloping our Solar System - THE DREAM: They made some of the most confrontational, outr music produced in The Netherlands, or anywhere else for that matter, during psychedelias Big Bang. - NIGEL MAZLYN JONES: Since the mid-70s he has quietly been making some of the best acoustic music in the UK. A well-known figure on the live circuit he performed with numerous acts including Argent, America, McGuinness Flint, Hatfield & The North and Barclay James Harvest. Mag € 6.90
SHINDIG! The Annual No 4 - Gathers a bespoke selection of revamped highlights from Shindig! Magazines collectable out-of-print back issues: PROCOL HARUM - Former R&B wailers who invented prog-rock and cut the most successful single of all time. THE BONZO DOG DOO-DAH BAND - Enter the eccentric world of the dadaist pop terrorists. JULIE DRISCOLL, BRIAN AUGER & THE TRINITY - Adventures in jazz with the queen of UK psychedelia.SPIRIT - The early years of the LA psych-rock legends. THE POETS - The story of Scotland's number one group! KIPPINGTON LODGE & BRINSLEY SCHWARZ - Frome teen pop-psych hopefuls to cult adulation. GENE CLARK - The Byrd that flew too close to the sun. H.P. LOVECRAFT - Gothic psychedelic folk-rock from Chicago. THE LITTER - Minneapolis noiseniks exposed at last. THE DILLARDS - The uncrowned kings of US country-rock. JIMMY CAMPBELL - The tragic talent of the Liverpool beat bard. IRON VIRGIN - Glam-rock on the terraces. ZIG ZAG MAGAZINE - Shindig!'s grandaddy. Mag 12.90

SONICS Do You Love Me/ Money (Norton) Two pulverizing pounders from the deadly 'HERE ARE THE SONICS' debut album, now on 45rpm. 7" 6.00

SYNDICATE The Egyptian Thing: California Garage 1965 (Break-A-Way) The story of the Syndicate runs along similar lines to countless other rock'n'roll bands in the mid-sixties. They got together to have fun, made some noise on the local teen scene, recorded a couple of singles, made a vain grasp for the brass ring, then vanished into thin air-all within the space of two magical years: 1965 and 1966. What makes the Syndicate special, though, is those two hard-to-find singles. 'My Baby's Barefoot' and 'The Egyptian Thing', both released in 1965 are two of the most savage, hot-wired blasts of Punk R&B mayhem ever etched into wax, while the flipside of 'The Egyptian Thing', 'She Haunts You' showed the group were equally adept at moody, minor-key material. The 'Egyptian Thing' album presents the bands four A and B-sides alongside four unreleased, same-calibre tracks from '65, which are kinda KINKS-inspired. The collection is rounded out by two creative tunes, taken from a 7-inch ('63) by the Ris-Kays, featuring The Syndicate's front man Bill Rash. An in-depth insert written by Ugly Things' Mike Stax with a cache of photos compiles the legacy of a band, whose 45s are among the top wanted items in their genre. Tracks: My Baby's Barefoot - Single B-Side 1965/ Love Will Take Us Away - Single A-Side 1965/ The Egyptian Thing Single A-Side 1965/ She Haunts You - Single B-Side 1965/ Salt Crackers - Single B-Side 1963 (The Ris-Kays)/ I'm In A Bad Way - Unreleased 1966/ It's Simple - Unreleased 1965/ Getting Closer - Unreleased 1965/ Hills Of San Marie - Unreleased 1965/ Topless (Bathing Suit) - Single A-Side (The Ris-Kays). LP 18.90

THE TAMMYS Egyptian Shumba / Egyptian Shumba (alt) (Jazzman) With their insane party rocker 'Egyptian Shumba', laden with wild shrieks and minor key garage groove, The Tammy's were not just another '60s girl group! When the teenage Owens sisters were thrown out of a posh restaurant in 1962 for singing along to the jukebox, they vowed that one day they'd have a record ON that jukebox. So they teamed up with a girlfriend and the trio performed as The Tammys at school dances and around the Pittsburgh area. With its raucous, demented shrieks and screams over an incessant, primitive beat, 'Egyptian Shumba' may never have made it onto that jukebox, but with our reissue 45 it can now annoy grown ups forever more! 7" 6.90

13th FLOOR ELEVATORS Headstone: The Contact Sessions Fanclub vinyl reissue: You're Gonna Miss Me/ Tried To Hide/ Everybody Needs Somebody To Love/ Take That Girl/ You Can't Hurt Me Anymore/ I'm Gonna Love You Too/ Monkey Island/ Roller Coaster/ Now I'm Home (Splash 1)Where Am I? (Through The Rhythm)/ Fire Engine. LP 12.50

UGLY THINGS Issue 36 - Two big cover stories dominate this issue. Top of the bill, a brain-searing interview with Andrew Loog Oldham, the brilliant 60s Svengali of Immediate Records and Rolling Stones infamy. The cover features an exclusive 60s era photo of Andrew by famed photographer Gered Mankowitz. Next. 13 years in the making. The strangest, deepest, darkest tale ever told in UT. Mike Stax goes on the trail of Craig Smith a.k.a. Maitreya Kali, the mysterious figure responsible for the loner psych mega-rarities Apache and Inca. An epic-length story you will never forget. And thats not all, folks. There's Part Twos of The Haunted and The Radiators From Space, plus UK freakbeat legends Sands and Sundragon, The Motions and The Dream from Holland, Manzanita Jungle, and-another one for UK freakbeat/psych fans-an exclusive interview with the elusive Julian Covey a.k.a. Philamore Lincoln. Cyril Jordan's outrageously popular column relives the year 1966, and, as always, theres our extensive review sections covering all the latest reissues, rock'n'roll books and DVDs. Mag 11.70

VELVET UNDERGROUND Velvet Underground (Sundazed) The original overview/collection, from the original masters. Originally released as part of MGM's "Golden Archive Series," this 1970 album (simply referred to as Velvet Underground) is a selection from the first three VU albums - their earliest greatest hits collection, and the perfect encapsulation of their Verve/MGM run. Long prized by collectors, Sundazed presents it on 180-gram vinyl from the original master tapes, with new liner notes by Rolling Stone's David Fricke. Candy Says/ Sunday Morning/ Femme Fatale/ White Light White Heat/ Jesus/ Heroin/ Beginning To See The Light/ I'm Set Free/ Here She Comes Now/ Afterhours. 180 Gram LP 19.90
VELVET UNDERGROUND Foggy Notion / I Can't Stand It (Sundazed) This never-before-released single isn't included in the Singles 1966-69 box set. The pairing comes from the group's unreleased fourth album sessions and is released here in a distinctive newly-designed sleeve on gold vinyl. 7" 7.90

THE ZAKARY THAKS She's Got You/ The Zakary Thaks sing for Jax Beer (Big Beat) The mighty ZAKARY THAKS of Corpus Christi, one of the most popular 60s garage bands, deliver the unissued monster that is ‘She’s Got You’, as good as anything they ever released at the time, backed with a noisy ad for Gulf Coast tipple Jax Beer set to the tune of their classic ‘Face To Face’. Packaged in brown paper sleeves with individual sticker. 7" 13.50


MODERN RAUNCH: 1970's to now – features

Funky Bastard / Job In Town (Sing Sing) KILLER! The Kids (Belgium) released this single 1977 in Italy under the name 'The Bastards'. 2 classic tracks with different names / mixes from the LP!! 7" 6.90

COSMIC PSYCHOS Go The Hack (AARGHT 28) Their top-notch & BEST third album, consisting of nothing but UTTER punkrock SCORCH! "Lost Cause/Rip'n' Dig/She's Crackin' Up/Out Of The Band/Alright Tonite/Pub/Back In Town/Elle/Go The Hack". Originally released in 1989. LP 20.90
COSMIC PSYCHOS Cosmic Psychos (AARGHT 27) A most rippin' set of their 80% great self-titled 2nd lp: "Decadence/Going Down/Lead Me Astray/No Complications/Rain On You/Quarter To Three/Tell Me That You Love Me/Jellyfish/Rambo/Can't Come In/74 Seconds/David Lee Roth" . Originally released in 1989. LP 20.90
COSMIC PSYCHOS Down On The Farm (AARGHT 26) Their 1985 mini-LP: Custom Credit/ Down On The Farm/ She's A Cat/ Crazy Woman/ Gangrene Dream. LP 18.90
COSMIC PSYCHOS Down On The Farm/ Cosmic Psychos (AARGHT 27) CD 14.90

CRAMPS Mad Daddy/ Rockin Bones (Vengence) Very limited pressing of the Mighty Cramps proposed but never released at the time, 3rd single. Different cuts from the "Songs The Lord Taught Us" LP, with picture sleeve. 7" 9.90

CRYPT T-SHIRT: MEN: NAVY BLUE T-SHIRT: 2 colour silkscreen print of the red and white Crypt logo on a NAVY BLUE Continental T-Shirt! Available sizes: S / M/ L / XL: : 14.00 each
CRYPT T-SHIRT: MEN: LIGHT NAVY BLUE T-SHIRT: 2 colour silkscreen print of the red and white Crypt logo on a LIGHT NAVY BLUE Continental T-Shirt! Available sizes: S / M/ L / XL : 14.00 each

GORIES SHAW TAPES: LIVE IN DETROIT 5/27/88 (Third Man Records) Recorded at a party in a Detroit storefront in 1988! Tracks: Nautiloid Reef/ Leavin' Here/ I Think I've Had It/ To Find Out/ Boogie Chillen/ Real Cool Time/ Charm Bag/ Sovereignty Flight/ Again and Again/ Thunderbird Esq/ Train Kept a Rolling/ I Just Wanna Make Love To You/Give Me Love. LP 20.90

THE GRAVEDIGGERS “MOVE IT!” LP (CRYPT-016) Exotic deluxe GATEFOLD repress of this LONG outta-print California punked-up raunchobilly crew’s sole LP from 1989! 15 tracks produced by Billy Childish in November 1988 in NYC. Liner notes aplenty by Mark Lee Goodale of Bobbette Records and Chris Morris. Pics galore and inner gatefold art by guitarist Mike McCarthy. Buy this instead of laying out $150+ on an original on Ebay! Tracks: Rumblin’ Ubangi Stomp/ The Witch/ The Wild Kind/ Black Cadillac/ Love Me (redux)/ Thunder & Lightning/ Hey Girl, Come See Me/ (I’ve Changed My) Wild Mind/ Move It/ Slip, Slip, Slippin’ In/ Insane/ Say Goodbye Libby/ Love’s In Season/ Get Off My Back/ Cool Ghoul. Gatefold LP 11.90

KIDS No Monarchy (Danger) Official reissue of the first single 'No Monarchy' made by the greatest Belgian punk band of all time, THE KIDS. Originally released in 1978 on Fontana. 3 cuts: "No Monarchy/ Rock Over Belgium/ The City Is Dead" - GREAT 77 PUNK! 7" 6.50

THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Acropolis Now (Damaged Goods) Thee Mighty Caesars were formed by Billy Childish, Graham Day & John Agnew in 1985 after the demise of The Milkshakes and alongside The Prisoners. Tis here's the reissue of their 1986 LP, tracks are: I've Got Everything Indeed/ Now I Know/ When The Night Comes/ I Can Judge A Daughter/ (Miss America) Got To Get You Outside My Head/ Li'l Red Riding Hood/ You Make Me Die/ Loathsome & Wild/ Ask The Dust/ Despite All This/ I Don't Need No Baby/ I Feel Like Giving In/ Dictator Of Love/ I Was Led To Believe. LP 12.90
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Beware The Ides Of March (Damaged Goods) Reissue of their 1985 LP, originally on Big Beat Records. tracks: It Ain't No Sin/ You'll Be Sorry Now/ Young Man Afraid Of His Horses/ All Of Your Love/ Cyclonic/ Little By Little/ Give It To Me/ This Man's Determined/ You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover/ Baby Please/ Rumble/ Road Runner. LP 12.90
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Thee Caesars Of Trash (Damaged Goods) Reissue of 1986 LP, originally on Milkshake Records. Tracks: It's You I Hate To Lose/ Man Taken From Guts/ Don't Say It's A Lie/ Oh Yeah/ Devious Means/ All Night Worker/ Not Fade Away/ Jack The Ripper/ I've Been Waiting/ True To You/ Don't Break My Laws/ Psycho. LP 12.90
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Wiseblood (Damaged Goods) Reissue of their 1986 LP on Ambassador. Tracks: I Can't Find Pleasure/ Come Into My Life/ Signals Of Love/ I Self Destroy/ The Wise Blood/ The Bay Of Pigs/ The Double Axe/ Tushunka Witko/ Stay The Same/ Kinds Of Women/ Signals Of Love (Slight Return)/ Action Time Vision. LP 12.90
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Beware The Ides Of March / Acropolis (Damaged Goods) Both LP's on one CD. CD 13.20
THEE MIGHTY CAESARS Thee Caesars Of Trash / Wiseblood (Damaged Goods) Both LP's on one CD. CD 13.20

The NEW BOMB TURKS “!!DESTROY- OH-BOY!!” (Crypt 032) 20th Anniversary super-deluxe GATEFOLD edition crammed with pix & liners by John Petkovic (Death Of Samantha) and a slew of musician fans PLUS inner- sleeve with LYRICS to one of the GREATEST punkrock albums EVER, baby! Tracks: Born Toulouse-Lautrec/ Tail Crush/ Up For A Downslide/ Tattooed Apathetic Boys/ Spinnin’ Clock/ Dragstrip Riot/ We Give A Rat’s Ass/ Runnin’ On Go/ Long Gone Sister/ Mr. Suit/ Let’s Dress Up The Naked Truth/ Hapless Attempt/ I Want My Baby...Dead?! Sucker Punch. Gatefold LP 12.50
THE NEW BOMB TURKS TAPEWORM BLUES (CRYPT-103) 6-song 1992 demos 10”: CRUDE, RUDE, and LOUD punkrock blort recorded 4 months prior to the epic “!!Destroy-Oh-Boy!!” sessions inna dank basement in Columbus. TWO never-heard originals - “TAPEWORM BLUES”, “DRUG CHICKS” plus 4 cuts later re-recorded for “D-O-B”. LINERS by Irving Azlik, Jr, much-renowned industry head. 10" includes DOWNLOAD CODE! Tracks: Side ONE: 1. TATTOOED APATHETIC BOYS/ 2. TAPEWORM BLUES/ 3. SPINNIN’ CLOCK/ SIDE TWO: 1. TRYIN’ TO GET BY/ 2. DRUG CHICKS/ 3. CRYIN’ INTO THE BEER OF A DRUNK MAN. 10" 10.90

OBLIVIANS Strong Come On EP (CRYPT-053) repress of this rawassed 1996 45 rpm BLASTER with 3 non-lp tracks! STRONG COME ON/ LET HIM TRY/ BLACK SEPTEMBER. 7" 5.90
Desperation (In The Red) The Oblivians’ first studio full-length album since 1997’s ...Play Nine Songs with Mr. Quintron. And a good one: 14 scorching tracks of soulful punk-garage-blues trash rock informed in equal parts by ’50s rock ’n’ roll, ’60s garage rock, Memphis soul, Delta blues and Killed By Death-style punk. There’s even a Cajun Zydeco cover here! Tracks: I'll Be Gone/ Loving Cup/ Em/ Woke Up In A Police Car/ Call The Police/ Pinball King/ Run For Cover/ Come A Little Closer/ Little War Child/ Fire Detector/ Oblivion/ Back Street Hangout/ Desperation/ Mama Guitar. LP 17.90

THE TEAMSTERS Play Along With... The Teamsters (Moody Monkey Records) Debut EP by North London youngsters offering a mighty fine dose of R&B and Mersey Beat in good Milkshakes or Masonics tradition. 4 cuts, all originals: "Diggin' An Early Grave/ Girl (How Could Ya?)/ Don't Come Back Home/ A Girl Named Linda" Artwork and linernotes by Bruce Brand. 7" 5.50

TEENGENERATE Get MORE Action!! CRYPT-104) Yasss.... the LONG-LOST May 1994 Egg Studios (Seattle) Crypt album sessions - all hopped-up, remixed etc - FINALLY available after disappearing for 19 years! LP is 17 originals in a GATEFOLD beaut w/liners by New Bomb Turk/”We Never Learn” Eric Davidson, CD is those 17 plus 5 covers (see BELOW 7” EP “5 Covers EP” for additional VINYL action! Side One 1. MESS ME UP 2. TEENAGE FREAK 3. DRESSED IN BLACK 4. FAKE FAKE FAKE 5. STINK 6. PLASTIC MAN 7. RIGHT NOW 8. UNTITLED Side Two 1. RADIO 55 2. FRONT PAGE 3. LET’S GET HURT 4. SHE’S SO FINE 5. DON’T LEAVE ME 6. I’M BEAT 7. I DON’T WANT TO FOLLOW YOU 8. HEY BABY 9. GROWN UP WRONG. CD extras: Boy From Nowhere (DMZ) She’s Alright (REAL KIDS) Kicked Out Of The Webelos (QUEERS) Six And Change (PAGANS) I Need Your Love Tonight (ELVIS). Gatefold LP 11.90 / CD 12.30
TEENGENERATE Five Covers EP (CRYPT-105) Yasss.... 5 MORE cuts, all covers, from the LONG-LOST May 1994 Egg Studios (Seattle) Crypt sessions - all hopped-up, remixed etc - FINALLY available after disappearing for 19 years! Tracks: Boy From Nowhere (DMZ) She’s Alright (REAL KIDS) Kicked Out Of The Webelos (QUEERS) Six And Change (PAGANS) I Need Your Love Tonight (ELVIS) 7" 5.90


MODERN RAUNCH – limited stock

AFTERPARTEES First/Last (Kogar) Very catchy 70's style Power Pop from the Netherlands!! Limited edition of 300 copies, so better act fast! 7" 5.50

MARK LEE ALLEN & BLOODSHOT BILL Cold Black River / Blue Collar (Rockin' Shelby Recordings) A new 45 collaboration between Bloodshot Bill and Mark Lee Allen - 2 primitive rockabilly cuts. 7" 6.50

BAD NEWS S/T (Stencil Trash / Close Up Rec.) 10-track debut LP by the French garage rock‘n'roll duo The Bad News, the new band from Mr Bonz One Man Band. LP 11.90

BAD SPORTS Bras (Alien Snatch) Their third LP and first european release after a full length each on Douchemaster and Dirtnap. Tracks: Get You/ Washed Up/ Nothing In This World/ Let Me In/ Back In Time/ Free Spirit / Eddie Bender/ Terrible Place/ Hypothetical Girl/ Rockin' The Noose/ Race To The Bottom/ Rich Kid City. LP 11.90

BEAT-MAN Beat-Man's World 6x7 Box (Squoodge Records) Limited 7" box (500 copies) with full colored inside out 300gr/m2 cardboard sleeves housed in a full colored gloss paint heavy hardcover slipcase box and offering 12 cuts from 1989 to 2007: Orchester Beat-Man & The Wild Alien: Beat Opa (2000)/ Screaming Chet: Chet Rock (2006)/ Skelleton Surfers: Out Of Limit (1999)/ The Preachers From The Bat Balloon: Nothing (1992)/ Lightning Beat-Man: We Are So Fucked Up (1995)/ Orchester Beat-Man & The Wild Alien: 30s Shake (2000)/ Lightning Beat-Man: Tonight (1988)/ Reverend Beat-Man And The Church Of Herpes: Astro Zombie Twist (2000)/ Die Zorros: Final Countdown (2002)/ Reverend Beat-Man: A Letter To Myself – Demo (2007)/ The Coronets: Mary Mary (1989)/ The Monsters: Psych-Out With Me (1995). 6x 7" box set 62.50

THE BEST PLACE TO GO! GO! (Munster Records) A 2 record-set , presenting the best bands and artists that performed at Amsterdam BeatClub over the last decade! Included is a wicked 16 page book full of photos, rare flyers, full length stories and inside information about 10 years of Amsterdam BeatClub, "The Best Place To Go-Go"!! 01. Messer Chups - Mickey Rat (2:04) 02. Working Voodoo Club - Hey Mama (2:17) 03. The Ragtime Wranglers - The Manhunt (2:34) 04. Dee Ann And The Nightcaptains - I Shot Mister Lee (2:29) 05. The Anacondas - The Big Bang (1:47) 06. The Mighty Typhoons - Spanish Onions (2:35) 07. Sue Moreno - City By Night (2:49) 08. Arthur Brown - The Unknown (4:59) 09. Julia P. & Abc All Stars - The Best Place To Go!Go! (3:01) 10. The Reaction - Flush Me (2:04) 11. Wau Y Los Arrrrghs!!! - Delincuente (1:59) 12. Dead Elvis & His One Man Grave - Cold Heart Of Mine (2:14) 13. The Timeflies - Mony Mony (3:12) 14. Ricky & The Koters - Ford Mustang Blues (3:06) 15. The Peptones - Cant Win (2:28) 16. De Keefmen - You Remind Me (2:54) Disc #2: 01. The Spinshots - Before He Left (5:45) 02. The Herb Spectacles - Caf Rica (2:24) 03. Juicebox - Switchblade (1:33) 04. 44 Shakedown - Safronia B. (2:12) 05. Hipbone Slim & The Kneetremblers - Bullmoose (2:54) 06. Boss Capone - Pussy Corner (3:12) 07. The Phantom Four - The Green Room (2:18) 08. The Mieters - Feestje (2:46) 09. The Kik - Zeg Dat Je Van Me Houdt (2:04) 10. Drip Dry Man & The Beat Revolver - Posh And Dirty (2:43) 11. The Apemen - Cor Steijn Rides The Wild (2:37) 12. The Anomalys - Won't You Listen (3:01) 13. Sheetah Et Les Weissmueller - Elle N'aime Qu'elle-Meme (2:52) 14. Jacqueline Taieb & Abc All Stars - 7h Du Soir (3:23) 15. Das Audio Combo - Time Lock (2:33) Double LP 20.90

BIKES Ocean Penis / Can't Wait (Goodbye Boozy GB 78) 2 new cuts by the Bikes. The limited 45 comes in three editions: Shark cover art - 66 limited copies/ JellyFish cover art - 66 limited copies/ Moray cover art - 66 limited copies. 7" 5.50

BLACK LIPS Underneath The Rainbow (Vice) Drive By Buddy/ Smiling/ Make You Mine/ Funny/ Dorner Party/ Justice After All/ Boys in the Wood/ Waiting/ Do the Vibrate/ I Don’t Wanna Go Home/ Dandelion Dust/ Dog Years. LP 22.90

BLITZ All Out Attack EP (Ugly Pop) Massively influential UK outfit Blitz dropped this four-song beast of a debut in 1981, the first release on definitive UK82 label No Future. Sales quickly out-paced demand and the record went on to shift over 25000 copies. Nonetheless, it's been unavailable in its intended format ever since, and with eBay prices steadily creeping higher, this seemed as good a time as any to reissue it properly. A relentlessly tough slab of raw hardcore punk that sits a lot closer to the likes of Negative Approach and early Agnostic Front than to most of its UK contemporaries. High-quality pressing in six-panel gatefold sleeve! 7" 7.90

BLOODSHOT BILL The Lonesome Road (Norton) His second LP on Norton: Baby Dont Go / Its The Way You Are / Baby Dont Like It / Lonely / Dont Bug Me Baby / Come Back To Me / Sittin With You / In Love Again / Moon Is Hiding / Oh! Baby / You Know Why / Two-Timer / Tell My Mama / I Love Her Just The Same / Blue Days, Black Nights / Itll Be You. LP 14.00
Travelin`Guitar (Squoodge Records) Travelin Guitar/ The Message/ I Saw Her First. Limited to 500 copies and released as a NORTON RECORDS BENEFIT E.P. 7" 6.90
BLOODSHOT BILL AND HIS BIG COMBO Burnin' Coal / BLOODSHOT BILL AND HIS KEBAP BOYS Ding Dong Baby (Hog Maw) Deep green wax - 350 press. 7" 5.50
MARK LEE ALLEN & BLOODSHOT BILL Cold Black River / Blue Collar (Rockin' Shelby Recordings) A new 45 collaboration between Bloodshot Bill and Mark Lee Allen - 2 primitive rockabilly cuts. 7" 6.50

BOSS MARTIANS (feat. Iggy Pop) Mars Is For Martians (Lonestar Records) Boss Martians wrote the music, Iggy the lyrics and they recorded it together Limeted edition! 7" 6.90

CAVEMEN V Be My Cavegirl / They Prefer Blondes (Howlin Banana) One original and a Back From Grave classic on the flip of this limited 45 by Lyon garage punk outfit. 7" 5.50

CHEAP TIME Exit Smiles (In The Red) The fourth studio album from Nashville's Jeffrey Novak and his band Cheap Time: Exit Smiles/ Same Surprise/ Kill The Light/ Country And City/ Slow Variety/ 8:05/ Spark In The Chain/ Modern Tastel. LP 15.50

WILD BILLY CHILDISH CTMF Oh Mein Gott Baader Meinhof / Joseph Beuys Flys Again (Squoodge) 3 different versions, limited to 159, 113 and 113 copies. 7" 13.50
All Our Forts (Damaged Goods) The Headless Flowerpot Girl/ On Moonlit Heath/ I Validate Myself/ All Our Forts Are With You/ Reville/ The Second Generation Punks/ Musical Tribalist/ The Musical Rogues/ X-Craft On Tirpitz/ I Should Have Been In Art School/ I Just Wanna Make Love To You/ All Our Forts Are With You (Reprise). LP 13.90
WILD BILLY CHILDISH & CHATHAM FORTS All Our Forts Are With You/ Musical Tribalist (Damaged Goods) 7" 5.50
BILLY CHILDISH & THE SPARTAN DREGGS A Tribute to A. E Housman (Squoodge Records)Limited to 400 handnumbered copies in marbled black wax, full colored 300gr/m2 inside out cardboard sleeve with 3mm spine and colored insert, artwork by Billy Childish + Ele König. Tracks: In My Own Shire/ Hills Of Bredon/ A Shropshire Lad/ Reville/ On Moonlit Heath (Alt)/ On Wenlock Edge. 10" 13.60
Ich Lieber Dich / ME-292 (Squoodge - 17.100-1) Limited press in three times 333 copies - this one: black wax, big centerholes, full colored 300gr/m2 cardboard sleeve with 3mm spine, artwork by Billy Childish. 7" 10.90
BILLY CHILDISH & CTMF Ich Lieber Dich / ME-292 (Squoodge - 17.100-2) Limited press in three times 333 copies - this one: red wax, big centerholes, full colored 300gr/m2 cardboard sleeve with 3mm spine, artwork by Billy Childish. 7" 10.90
BILLY CHILDISH & CTMF Ich Lieber Dich / ME-292 (Squoodge - 17.100-3) Limited press in three times 333 copies - this one: light brown wax, big centerholes, full colored 300gr/m2 cardboard sleeve with 3mm spine, artwork by Billy Childish. 7" 10.90
BILLY CHILDISH Die Hinterstoißer Traverse (Squoodge Records) Super limited double 10", specially made for the Billy Childish "Darkness was here yesterday" exhibition at the Carl Freedman Gallery in London. Tracks: Thatcher's Childern (Alt. Version)/ Joe Strummer's Grave (Alt. Version)/ Israelites/ Indefineable Distorted Clarity/ Scout-A-Boo/ Dinkum Does As Dinkum Do/ The Kids Are All Square/ Die Hinterstoißer Traverse/ The Mediocre Prize/ Oh Mein Gott - Baader Meinhof/ Joseph Beuys Flies Again/ Racist Attack. 222 handnumbered copies, 3 colored silkscreen gatefold-sleeve. 1st record in orange wax, 2nd in turqouise wax. Artwork Billy Childish. Double 10" 79,90

COLOURED BALLS Ball Power (Sing Sing) Reissue of 1972 Australian proto punk LP. Tracks: Flash/ Mama Don't You Get Me Wrong/ Won't You Make Up Your Mind/ Something New/ B.P.R./ Human Being/ Whole Lotta Shakin/ Hey What's Your Name/ That's What Mama Said. LP 19.90

CRAMPS A-Sides 1978-2003 Fanclub edition with two LP's & a one-sided 10" with a large fold-out poster as sleeve. Surfin' Bird/ Human Fly/ Lonesome Town/ Garbageman/ Fever/ TV Set/ Drug Train/ Goo Goo Muck/ The Crusher/ Rockin' Bones/You Got Good Taste/ I Ain't Nuthin' But A Gorehound/ Can Your Pussy Do The Dog?/ What's Inside A Girl?/ Kizmiaz/ Get Off The Road/ Bikini Girls With Machine Guns (Live)/ All Women Are Bad/ The Creature From The Black Leather Lagoon/ Eyeball In My Martini/ Miniskirt Blues/ Hard Workin' Man/ Twist And Shout/ Let's Get Fucked Up/ Ultra Twist/ Naked Girl Falling Down The Stairs/ Like A Bad Girl Should/ Big Black Witchcraft Rock. Double LP + 10" 34.00

DADDY LONG LEGS Evil Eye On You (Norton) Debut platter from Brooklyn's blues wailing stompers -Tracklist: Death Train Blues, I Feel So Electric, Happy Home, Shackin' Up, You'll Be Mine, Witch Hunt, Trouble (Always Come My Ways), Sittin' Shotgun, Comin' After Me, Candy Sue, Thirty Days, Evil Eye. LP 14.00

DANGERHOUSE: Complete Singles Collected 1977 - 1979 (Munster) Dangerhouse was one of the first independent labels to document the burgeoning West Coast punk rock scene of the late 70s. Although short-lived, its work provided a vital outlet for the bands and other participants and set a template for many to follow. This collection compiles the 14 7"s released on Dangerhouse between 1977 and 1979, including classic tracks by Weirdos, Avengers, Alley Cats, X, Black Randy, Dils, Bags. Includes an extensive booklet featuring an interview with Dangerhouse founder David Brown, many unseen photos of all the bands and memorabilia. The box set is a limited one time pressing of only 1000 copies. The size is approx. 19x19x6cm, weight 1.100 gr. Includes 36 pages full colour booklet. All 14 7"s have picture sleeves, reproductions of the original sleeves. Tracklisting: 01. Randoms - ABCD/ 02. Randoms - Let's Get Rid Of New York/ 03. Black Randy & The Metrosquad - Trouble At The Cup/ 04. Black Randy & The Metrosquad - Loner With A Boner/ 05. Black Randy & The Metrosquad - Sperm Bank Baby/ 06. Avengers - We Are The One/ 07. Avengers - I Believe In Me/ 08. Avengers - Car Crash/ 09. The Dils - Class War/ 10. The Dils - Mr Big/ 11. Weirdos - We Got The Neutron Bomb/ 12. Weirdos - Solitary Confinement/ 13. Alley Cats - Nothing Means Nothing Anymore/ 14. Alley Cats - Give Me A Little Pain/ 15. X - Adult Books/ 16. X - We're Desperate/ 17. Black Randy & His Elite Metrosquad - Idi Amin/ 18. Black Randy & His Elite Metrosquad - I'm Black And I'm Proud Part 3/ 19. Black Randy & His Elite Metrosquad - I'm Black And I'm Proud Part 14/ 20. Black Randy & His Elite Metrosquad - I Wanna Be A Nark/ 21. Howard Werth - Obsolete/ 22. Howard Werth - Mango Man/ 23. The Deadbeats - Kill The Hippies/ 24. The Deadbeats - Brainless/ 25. The Deadbeats - Final Ride/ 26. The Deadbeats - Deadbeat/ 27. Bags - Survive/ 28. Bags - Babylonian Gorgon/ 29. Eyes - TAQN/ 30. Eyes - Topological Lies/ 31: Rhino 39 - Xerox/No Compromise/ 32. Rhino 39 - Prolixin Stomp/ 33: Black Randy & The Metrosquad - I Slept In An Arcade/ 34. Black Randy & The Metrosquad - Give It Up Or Turn It Loose. 14-Singles boxset 136.00 / Double CD 22.90

DICK VOODOO S/T (Born Bad) Debut LP of French Electro-Punk outfit: Under Breath/ Surfing The Ditch/ Ben's Truck/ Glossy Lips/ Collector / Low Tide/ Motorcycle Race / Marshall Law/ Sylvie/ Weekend Soup/ Black Coffee. LP 13.50

DIRTBOMBS Ooey Gooey Chewy Ka-blooey! (In The Red) The "Bubblegum Album": Ten new tracks by Mick Collins which pay homage to the sound and style originally popularized in the late ’60s / early ’70s by producers / exploiters like Kasenetz-Katz and Don Kirschner: Sugar On Top/ Crazy For You/ It's Gonna Be Alright/ Hot Sour Salty Sweet/ Jump And Shout/ The Girl On The Carousel/ Hey! Cookie/ Sunshine Girl/ No More Rainy Days / Sun Sound Interlude/ We Come In The Sunshine. LP 19.90
CONSISTENCY IS THE ENEMY (Cass Records) Consistency Is The Enemy functions as the vinyl component of the Dirtbombs 2006 singles collection If You Don't Already Have a Look. While that two disc, CD-only collection focused on the plethora of out-of-print vinyl singles the band had released up until that point, it also contained new songs and previously unreleased archival recordings. THOSE songs seemed to get lost in the shuffle and consequently, have never been released on vinyl until now. Limited one-time pressing on vinyl, super high price, sorry for this, but nothing we can do here.... LP 24.90

LOS DOS HERMANOS Bourbon, Blood & Seafoods (Howlin Banana) Los Dos Hermanos are a garage duo, formed by Billy Dorados on white Stratocaster guitar and Carole Tweedlady on drums who creates summery atmospheres through echoey vocals, surf music stylings, catchy guitar lines and pop melodies, with punk attitude and raw energy on top.Though influenced by both 60?s legends and new acts such as Thee Oh Sees or Ty Segall, the duo designed their very own vision of the genre, an exotic brand of garage rock filled with unexpected historical references, due to their shared passion for History, hence song titles such as « Robespierre » or « Louis XVI » and the revolution-inspired artwork by Victor Marco. LP 12.90

DRAGS Sense / Sticks & Stones (Goodbye Boozy GB 83) New band from Oakland recorded by Matthew Melton ( Warm Soda, Bare Wire). The limited 45 comes in three editions: Cover art 1 - 66 limited copies/ Cover art 2 - 66 limited copies/ Cover art 3 - 66 limited copies. 7" 5.50

ROKY ERICKSON & THE ALIENS S/T Fanclub reissue of the 1980 Europe-only CBS release, with all the originalartwork. This came out a year before its release in the US as "The Evil One," and includes his best-known songs of that period, "Creature with the Atom Brain" and "Two Headed Dog." There are also two unlisted bonus tracks taken from 7" B-sides: "Bloody Hammer" and "The Wind and M ore." Includes lyric sheet. LP 12.50

THE EXCITEMENTS Ha Ha Ha / I Need You Baby (Penniman - Penn45020) New 45, an advance of their upcoming 2nd album. One of the best songs off "Sometimes Too Much Ain't Enough" with a Phil Flowers cover on the flip. 7" 5.25
THE EXCITEMENTS Sometimes Too Much Ain't Enough (Penniman) Second LP with twelve cuts, originals and covers, of r&b, soul, gospel and latin, Stax-style instrumentals and tear jerkin ballads, all produced by Mike Mariconda. Tracklist: Keep It To Yourself/ Ha, Ha, Ha / That's What You Got/ Keep Your Hands Off/ I've Bet And I've Lost Again/ Don't You Dare Tell Her/ The Hammer/ Fishing Pole/Tell Me Where I Stand/ I Believe You/ I Found Myself A Man/ Sometimes Too Much Ain't Enough. LP 13.90 / CD 13.90

FIREWORKS Lit Up (Bang) For the first time on vinyl, the second Fireworks LP, originally released as a CD only in 1997: 50 Ton Highballin' Ghost/ Observer/ Gotta Go/ One More Day - One More Night/ Don't Let It Go/ My Love Is Petrified/ Raw Deal/ Stalk/ I'm Goin' Down/ She Ranks Me/ Wicked Woman/ Baby Go/ Bebop Kid. LP 13.90

FUTURE PRIMITIVES Into The Primitive (Voodoo Rhythm) Primitive Garagetrio from Capetown, South Africa: Girl Like You/ In And Out/ Always Come Back Home/ Evil/ Every Night/ You Lied/ Tried To Let Go/ The Drone/ Never Wanted You/ For She/ Not At All/ Without A Feeling. LP + CD 16.50

FUZZ S/T (In The Red) Fuzz is comprised of Ty Segall (drums/vocals), Charlie Moothart (guitar/vocals) and Roland Cosio (bass). They're heavy rock lifers, three California-bred dudes who have been refining their riffs and getting weird together since high school (which wasn't that long ago, actually). Fuzz was formed a couple years ago as a collaboration between Segall and Moothart, but only recently did the pair have sufficient time to guide the band out of side-project limbo and into a recording studio. Since then, they have released two singles, 'This Time I Got a Reason' (Trouble In Mind) and 'Sleigh Ride' (In The Red). Around the time of the latter, Cosio joined on bass. They are not dabblers or dilettantes. Fuzz flipped through used bins, hard drives and record collections of the world, seeking out the finest weirdo cuts. The band's self-titled debut LP, which was recorded by Chris Woodhouse (Thee Oh Sees, The Intelligence), dives deep, drawing inspiration from the more esoteric reaches of heavy metal pre-history. There are Sabbath and Hendrix nods, obviously, but on 'Sleigh Bells' you might also catch a whiff of UK progressive blues business like The Groundhogs, particularly when the song quits its 10/4-time intro and reboots into full-bore choogle. Maybe you'll even glimpse the ghost of Australian guitar legend/sharpie guru Lobby Lloyde sniffing around 'Raise'. The mood is not light. The songs project a state of perpetual paranoia and eroding mental health. LP 18.90
FUZZ Live In San Francisco (Castel Face) TY SEGALL's stoner thrashers live at San Francisco leather-daddy hangout The SF Eagle. LP 17.90
FUZZ Sunderberry Dream (In The Red) Two non-album cuts, the second of which is a cover of King Crimson's '21st Century Schizoid Man'. Fuzz is Roland Cosio (bass), Charlie Moothart (guitar) and Ty Segall (drums and vocals). 7" 7.50

GRITS 'N GRAVY Cat Lee King Vs. Mighty Mike OMB (Stag-O-Lee) Mighty Mike from the Juke Joint Pimps and Cat Lee King, a skinny 20 year old rock & roller on piano and vocals. Expect covers of tunes by Bunker Hill, Gary US Bonds, Nick Curran, J. Starkes (of Nightriders fame), Dickie Thompson and Larry Williams as well as two original tunes. 10" 12.70 / CD 11.70

HELLSHOVEL Auto-Pilot / Ode To Eyes-Ears (Goodbye Boozy) Form Montreal/ Berlin with Jeff Clarke (Demon's Claws, Red Mass) and Dox Grillo (BIKES, Demon's Claws). 7" 5.50

THE HEMINGERS (Do The) Diggy / Let's Get Together (Goodbye Boozy) Lo-Fi garage from Mid-Michigan, super limited in three different sleeves. 7" 5.50

INUTILI Satori / Useless Asshole 12" (Goodbye Boozy) A two song 12" by Italian psych band. "Strange" does not really descibe this too well, and it's definetely too far out for my ears. Limited press of 100 records on Goodbye Boozy (and another 100 got released on Bat Shit Records). 12" € 8.90

RICHARD JOHNSTON Foot Hill Stomp (Stag-O-Lee) Richard Johnston comes from the hill country of Northern Mississippi and usually performs on Beale Street in Memphis as a one-man band. After the death of Junior Kimbrough Richard (a white guy!) filled the gap and continued to play Junior's Juke Joint on Saturdays with Junior's various sons and nephews (The Soul Blues Boys) providing the backing. This is a reissue of the ten year old debut, self-released at the time. Featuring Jesse Mae Hemphill, Cedric Burnside and others. First time on vinyl: Miss Maebelle/ Do The Romp/ Coal Black Mattie/ That's No Way To Get Along/ Work Me Baby/ Catfish Blues-I Feel Good Little Girl/ Come On In/ Chicken And Gravy. LP 13.50

JOOK Jook Rule OK (Sing Sing) Jook came on like bastard sons of The Who and here's their first ever collection of the band's entire recorded works from 1972 - 1978. Tracks: A1. Alight With Me/ A2. Do What You Can/ A3. King Capp/ A4. Rumble/ A5. Shame/ B1. City And Suburban Blues/ B2. OO OO Rudi/ B3. Jook's On You/ B4. Bish Bash Bosh/ B5. Crazy Kids/ C1. Watch Your Step/ C2. La La Girl/ C3. Aggravation Place/ C4. Everything I Do/ C5. Cooch/ D1. Hey Doll/ D2. Different Class/ D3. Mohair Sam/ D4. Movin' In The Right Direction/ D5. That's Fine. Double LP 21.00

KAVIAR SPECIAL S/T (Howlin Banana) Kaviar Special is a four-piece band from Rennes, France. Their Lo-Fi sound is a mix of Garage, Power Pop & Flower Punk. The band recorded 13 songs during summer 2013, that are now being released as Kaviar Special’s debut Lp, on Howlin Banana and Azbin Records. Limited edition of 300 white-coloured vinyl. LP 12.90

KID CONGO & THE PINK MONKEY BIRDS Haunted Head (In The Red) Waking from a nap in the swamps of outer space, Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds ride a geisterbahn into the hypnagogic, a place between sleep and consciousness also known as the "Haunted Head." Haunted Head is the third LP the quartet has oozed out for In The Red: Lurch/ Su Su/ Killer Diller/ I Don't Like/ Rad Lords/ Rad Lords Return/ Lady Hawke Blues/ Let's Go!/ Loud + Proud/ 222/ Dance Me Swamply/ Lamonts Requim (Instrumental). LP 17.90

KIDNAPPERS Pills (Secret Mission) Following their releases on Rip Off Records and Alien Snatch and a period of silence, Germany's punk-powerpop unit The Kidnappers return with these three cuts: "Pills/ East Berlin; Ost Berlin/ Diamonds." Limited 45 includes download code. 7" 6.90

KING KHAN & HIS SHRINES Idle No More (MERGE) 12 new cuts, six years after their last (What Is?!) LP Comes in gatefold sleeve and with download code. LP 19.80

KING SALAMI & THE CUMBERLAND 3 Camel Hop (Soundflat) Camel Hop/ One Arabian Night/ The Persians Twist/ Snake Dance. 7 " 4.90

LADY BANANA Adult Rock (Frantic City) Trashy garage from Sweden, limited to 300 copies with fluo-pink covers silk-screened by themselves. four tracks recorded in a laundry room: Adult rock/ Touch Me/ Not much Of A Man/ Jo-Anne. 7" 5.50

LANTERN Mr Mars / Rock 'n' Roll Music (Goodbye Boozy) Two new songs recorded by Jeff Zeigler at Uniform Recording. Label description: it's something like Ziggy era Bowie/Stooges in the TRIP with Chuck Berry. Proto Punk Blues/American Weirdness/Rock 'N' Roll. Three different sleeves, limited to 80 copies each. 7" 5.50

LASER MUTANTS / MAN-MADE-MONSTER Crazy Battle (Squoodge Records) 70 handnumbered copies in green wax; 2 colored 300gr/m2 cover, artwork by Niklas Coskan?. 7" 17.90

THE LIMBOOS Not a Soul Around / Space Mambo (Penniman) Debut Single by this modern "Exotic Rhythm and Blues combo from Madrid, produced by Mike Mariconda. 7" 5.25

LIVIDS Midnight Stains (Goodbye Boozy) New band of Eric Davidson (New Bomb Turks) & Jami Wolf ( Zodiac Killers) - 2nd pressing of 150 copies on coloured vinyl. 7" 5.50

THE LONDON DIRTHOLE COMPANY The Sounding Alley Tapes (Squoodge Records) Recorded with the regular live line up of the last 12 months (4 drummers, 3 guitars, bass and 3 different vocalists): VOCALS: Sexton Ming, Hackney Hellhounds, Ludella Black, Bongo Debbie, Dick Scum, Wajid Yaseen, Kim-Leigh Pontin, Lolo Wood. BASS, KORG & BACKING VOCALS: Ashley Davies. STAND UP DRUM: Kirsten Reynolds, Rob Lewis, Lewis Richardson, Roger Carne. GUITARS: Debbie Smith, Professor Blinding, GG Jailbait, Mickey Hampshire. SAX: Terry Edwards. 17 tracks: Disposable Generation/ Fools Suffer Gladly/ The Strip Show/ Justine, Justine, Justine/ You Never Made Me Cry/ Katahaki/ There's No Word For Sorry/ The Ballad Of Daniel Mendoza/ Rock'N'Roll King Kong/ Give Me Everything Back/ Still No Sleep/ From A To B/ Psykhe/ Monkey Man/ It's Cold Inside/ Rock'N'Roll Godzilla/ Sub Prime Evil. Limeted to 300 copies. LP 14.90

LONESOME SAVAGES All Outta Love (Kind Turkey Records) Limited EP (350 copies) of total crampsified US outfit. Tracks: All Outta Love/ Black Hair Woman/ Got Love If You Want It/ The Train Kept A-Rollin'. 7“ 5.50

LUCRATE MILK Lustiges Tierquartett (Danger) Official reissue of the first scarce 7-inch released in 1981... DIY, weird, snotty, stupid, arty... punk! Lucrate Milk or the meaning of the DIY a la Francaise. With future member of BERURIER NOIR. File under: KLEENEX, MESSTHETICS. 7" 6.50

M.O.T.O. Shitty Kids (Secret Mission) Shitty Kids/ I Think Of You And I DIe/ Guitars Are Like Clothes. Limited 45 includes download code. 7" 6.90

MAGNETIX De Piere En Pire/ Regarde Moi (Born Bad) Their 15 years anniversary 45. 7" 5.90

THE MENTALETTES Lovers' Wasteland/ Tides (CopaseDisques) Second 45 with two originals. There's more psych to the sound and the arrangements are more sophisticated. 7 € 5.30

MISS CHAIN & THE BROKEN HEELS The Dawn (Bachelor) A mixture of country, rhythm'n'blues, pop and Beatlesesque melodies, surrounded by dreamy landscapes, sometimes even bordering on psychedelia... LP 11.90

THEE MISSING FINKS The Itch/ Zero To Infinity (Rotone Records) A four piece (Guitar / Organ / Bass / Drums) from the UK with two neo 60s garage cuts. 7" 5.80

MODERN PETS Deformed Kids / Razorblade (P.Trash / Stencil Trash) Two early Modern Pets songs, that were already released on their demotape and their demotape 7" in 2010. In 2011/2012 they re-recorded these songs with partly different lyrics and with a much better sound- Limited edition of 300 copies. 7" 5.90

THE MONSTERS Masks (Voodoo Rhythm) Reissue of their first album from 1989, originally on Bernese Records and limited to 666 copies. Tracks: Honeymoon At Hell/ Addams Family/ Teenage Werewolf/ Surfing At The T.H.U.N.-Sea/ Real Monster Theme/ Rosemary Mc Coy/ The Devil In Your Dreams/ Whisky Song/ Snake Out/ Wilma/ I Love My Car/ Psycho's What You Need/ Wild Thing. LP + CD 15.50 / CD 15.50
THE MONSTERS The Hunch (Voodoo Rhythm) Reissue of the 2nd Monsters LP from 1991, one studio side, one live. Tracks: Intro/ The Creature From The Black Lagoon/ Hang On/ Sex Wax/ Drug Train/ Day Of The Triffids/ Drag Is Back/ Wicked Wanda/ Teenage Werewolf/ The Kinks/ The Witch/ Psycho Over Europe/ I Came From Hell/ Be Bop A Lula/ The Hunch/ Honeymoon At Hell/ Wild Thing. LP + CD 15.50 / CD 15.50

THE MORUNING AFTER Tall, Dark & Gruesome (Screaming Apple) Goodbye My Love/ Crying Over You/ Do It Right/ Nothin' But Trouble/ Tall, Dark & Gruesome/ Girl, You're Outta Sight/ Leave No Turn Unstoned/ Set Me Free/ Hurt By You/ I Won't Be There/ One Or Twice/ Baby Done Me Wrong. LP 11.90

MR. AIRPLANE MAN S/T (Moi Jconnais) Reissue of their very first recordings, originally self-releaesd (on CD) in 1998. Now on vinyl: 1000 copies pressing. Silk-screened cover on tobacco cardboard. LP 17.90

TEX NAPALM & DIMI DERO Partly Animals (Beast Records) ‘Partly Animals’ is the latest effort by german wolfman Tex Napalm and fellow Frenchman Dimi Dero and described as a condensate of 60 years of Rock’n’Roll, outsider music and plain own weirdness: Feed Me/ Let A Poor Boy Ride Your Train/ Temptation/ All Too Much/ Just Like Glass/ Life Is Fine/ To Paradise/ That's What I Want/ This Is War/ More Guitar/ I Lied/ Cigarettes And Cheap Wine/ Farewell/ Stuck. LP 13.90

THE NORVINS I Wanna Shake You Girl/ TV Program (Howlin Banana)The Norvins are a 5-piece garage punk band from Paris with roots set in 60 garage punk and 80?s revivalists such as The Chesterfield Kings or The Miracle Workers. 7" 5.50

THEE OH SEES Floating Coffin (Castle Face) I Come From The Mt./ Toe Cutter / Thumb Buster/ Floating Coffin/ No Spell/ Strawberries 1+2/ Maze Fancier/ Night Crawler/ Sweets Helicopter/ Tunnel Time/ Minotaur. LP 17.90
THEE OH SEES Singles Collection 3 (Castle Face) It's no secret that JOHN DWYER and THEE OH SEES put out a ton of stuff. Not just full-lengths-of which there are many-but singles, split releases, compilations and even books. The dude cooks in many kitchens, but the sauce is always tasty. Castle Face is proud to continue their tradition of occasionally corralling these rarer gems onto the convenient LP format. For even the most insane Oh Sees collectors, the inclusion of an unreleased, mutated live version of 'Block of Ice' makes this a must-have. To sweeten the deal, the tunes have been gussied up ever-so-slightly to knock you nightly, and the incredible tritone artwork by SHALO P is printed on blinding silver-foil jackets. LP 18.90

OUTTA SITES Martin Jive / One Track Mind (Squoodge Records) Limited to 500 copies on black wax, big centerholes, 300gr/m 3D cardboard sleeve with 3mm spine, printed 3D-glasses, artwork by Jens-O-Matic. 7" 9.90

PAINK French Punk Anthems 1975-1982 (Born Bad) Best of french punk tracks. Cover by Kiki and Loulou Picasso. Tracks: Les Nouveaux Riches - 25 ans/ Strychnine - Ex BX/ Electrochoc - Chaise Electrique/ Gasoline - Killer Man/ Sexe a Pile - Pas Méchant/ Soggy - Waiting for the war/ Marie France - Dereglée/ Ruth Elyeri - Mescalito/ Les Olivensteins - Euthanasie/ Coronados - Elle m'attend tous les soirs/ Dogs - Nineteen/ Warm Gun - Broken Windows/ Gloires Locales - Catalogue/ Guilty Razors - I don't wanna be a rich. LP 14.90

PARTISANS Police Story / Killing Machine (Ugly Pop) Devastating first single from these teen Welsh punks, blazing through a quick set of peerless first-generation hardcore. Racing drums, desperate vocals and an absolutely incendiary chainsaw. Originally released in Oct. 1981 and now reissued with high quality pressing in repro jacket with insert. 7" € 7.90

THE PHANTOM KEYS The Real Sounds Of... (Screaming Apple) Im still a mess/ Twisted neck/ Even if i try/ Evil Eye/ My last mistake/ The drunk chicken walk/ Corn Likker/ Don't tell me lies/ Land (o) Beat/ It's better girl/ Poor boy/ I was true (but I won't be more). LP 11.90

PROTOKIDS Geometric Boy (Alien Snatch) 2nd Single by Paris own rising stars of powerpop. Tracks: Geometric Boy/ Teenage Bore/ Please/ Self Conscious Over You. 7" 4.90

RACKET GHOST Beech Party / Watch Me Move (Goodbye Boozy) Lo-Fi Psych from Michigan, super limited in three different sleeves. 7" 5.50

RAYDIOS No Expectation (Secret Mission) 3 cut EP by the Raydios, featuring Fink (of Teengenerate and Firestarter). All original tunes and all recorded for this release. Tracks: "No Expectation/ School Trash/ Faster." Limited 45 includes download code. 7" 6.90

DARRYL READ GROUP On The Streets Tonight/ Back Street Urchin (Last Year´s Youth) In the mid 70´s Darryl Read (ex-Crushed Butler) had another try at stardom and recorded these unreleased demos with the help of Silverhead´s Steve Forrest and Charlie Harty. Two Proto-Punkers which were rejected by EMI and stayed in the vaults until now. Limited edition of 500 copies! 7" 6.90

REVEREND BEAT-MAN Louise (Squoodge) One-sided 45, limited to 200 copies, colored vinyl. 7" 14.90

REVEREND ELVIS Desperation LP + CD (Suzy Q Records SQ-LP666) Satanic Gospel and DeathCountry - Songs about darkness, loneliness, desperation and how to cut sweet girls in pieces.Tracks: Dying Crapshooter Blues/ They Know What You Do / I Cast A Lonesome Shadow / Jezebel / Knoxville Girl / Teddyboy Boogie / Cups Of Coffee And 14 Cigarettes / Soon One Morning / Highwayman / Up And Down / Mournin' / I Don't Care If Tomorrow Never Comes / Massakkar. LP + CD 13.50

ROUTES Everybody's Looking EP (Groovie Records) New EP with 4 original tracks, this time with vocals again - fuzzed embeded garage. 7" 6.50

THE ROYAL FLARES Tales Of Sound & Fury (CopaseDisques) Dedicated to wild 60s garage Punk, the Royal Flaires offer a mix of covers and originals on their debut LP: Bad Part Of Town/ Gonna Get There/ Going All The Way/ Signifying Nothing/ This Is Why/ Blowing My Mind/ The Stalker/ Miracle Worker/ You Lied To Me Before/ Make You Feel Alright/ Mavis/ Last Time Around. LP 11.90

SEX CRIME Night Vision (Danger) Members of Epoxies, No-Talents, Headliners, Operation S, Procastinators with their four cut debut EP featuring female fronted synth punk. Tracks: Night Vision/ Hurry Up/ Goody Goody Bye Bye/ Too Many. 7" 6.50

THE SHALL-I-SAY-QUOIS & THE & CTMF Shall I Say Quoi? (Damaged Goods) A new band put together by ex-members of THEE HEADCOATEES Kyra Rubella and Ludella Black and THE BUFF MEDWAYS / MBE's one and only Nurse Julie! Recorded at Medway's favourite studio Ranscombe and featuring Billy Childish (CTMF, THE MILKSHAKES) on guitar and Wolf Howard (THE PRIME MOVERS, JAMES TAYLOR QUARTET) on drums. 300 copies on blue, white or red vinyl! Racist Attack/ Shall I Say Quoi/ Oh Mein Gott Baader Meinhoff/ It's Hard to Be Happy/ The Kids Are All Square/ Et Moi, Et Moi, Et Moi. 10" 9.90

SICK THOUGHTS Blood Red / I'm Gonna Miss You (Goodbye Boozy GB 82)Teenage rawk'n'roll from Baltimore. The limited 45 comes in three editions: White cover art - 66 limited copies/ Black cover art - 66 limited copies/ Red cover art - 66 limited copies. 7" 5.50

THE SKEPTICS Black, Lonely & Blue (Groovie Records) Their second LP, now on the Portuguese Groovie label. Tracks: Stay Away Away From You/ Too Much To Bear/ Trouble Maker/ Master Of The Hive/ Everything I Do Is Wrong/ Sweet Mary/ Mind-Trap/ Black, Lonely & Blue. LP 13.50
split (Frantic City) 2 cuts by each band, one cover, one original: The Skeptics: Master of the Hive/ Hidden Charms. Lady Banana: Aces Boogie/ Run Run Run. 7" 5.00

SNOOKYS / MORBEATS Split 7" (Stencil Trash Rec.) Two cuts each: SNOOKYS Don't Wanna Work/ MORBEATS My Girl Dres D&G. 158 copies in a stamped 80g/m2 packing paper cover fixed with photo prints of 3-/4-layer stencil paintings and stamped labels; numbered by stamp. 7" 5,50 EUR

SODA FRAISE Ca Baigne Dans L'Huile / Rock N' Roll's (Sing Sing) Cash in single led by French musician Didier Bottier and commissioned by the artistic director of the French label Pathe' Marconi as both an answer to the Plastic Bertrand induced faux-punk hysteria that was sweeping France and as a marketing tool for Coca-Cola! ( promotional copies of the single with an altered sleeve featuring the Coca-Cola logo exist.) The mysterious "Strawberry Soda" disbanded after only one year leaving us this extremely sought after 45. Originally released 1980. 7" 6.90

SOUND REASONS Till The End Of Time ( Groovie Records) The track debut 45 by this LA outfit doing authentic 60s garage. Other two tracks: If I Cared/ I Walk With My Shadow. 7" 6.50

THE SPELLING MISTAKES Feels So Good EP (Sing Sing) 3 track EP: "Feels So Good/ I Hate The Spelling Mistakes/ Hate Me, Hate Me". Formed in 1979 from the remnants of two bands, Get Smart and The Aliens, their line-up was Nick Hanson (vocals), Julian Hanson (drums), and Warwick Fowler (guitar). Initial bassist, Keith Bacon, was replaced early in 1980 by Nigel Russell. Released in 1980, the 'Feels So Good' EP was well received, but problems began to mount: Fowler had acquired the habit of wearing a Nazi SS uniform on stage, which combined with the quartet's pre-existing "boot boy" following resulted in a total ban from the Auckland club scene. 7" 6.90

SPITS Kill The Kool (In The Red) Remastered and expanded double-LP re-release of the limited tour-only collection. Spins at 45rpm, includes extra tracks and comes housed in a gatefold sleeve featuring artwork by comic book artist Keenan Keller. Tracks: 2018/ Trouble/ Atom Age/ Kill the Kool/ Rip Up the Streets/ Autobahn/ Beat You Up/ Get Our Kicks/ Take Pleasure in Someone Else's Pain/ Chem Trails/ The Liars/ Army Life/ Kill the Kool (Remix)/ She Don't Kare/ Come With Me/ Wait/ Ask Your Mother/ Hit the Dead (Spasmodic Caress)/ Terrorist Attack/ Halloween Fun/ Black Candles/ Spend the Night in a Haunted House w/ The Spits 7". Double LP 23.90

STRONG COME-ONS S/T (Beast Records) Nine track debut: Grinder/ Shoot/ Scratch/ Swamp Love/ Explode/ Life/ Bad Seeds/ Judah Knows/ Sco. LP 13.90

SUSPICIOUS BEASTS Never Bloom (Alien Snatch) The first japanese band on Alien Snatch. Bloomy garage psych pop LP 11.90

LOS TONES Buchanan Hammer (Gone Away (Groovie Records) Debut 45 by Sydney's garage quartet Los Tone, playing garage punk, inspired from the likes of The Standells, Los Saicos & The Sonics. 7" € 6.50

TRAUMAHELIKOPTER Same (Excelsior) Debut full length by dutch garage punkers, CD included. Tracks: Down In The City/ Kids/ Wolf/ Infected/ Learned My Lesson/ Disappoint You/ Room Service/ Losing Grip/ Bad Day/ I Ain't Workin' This Summer/ Prey/Predator. LP+CD 18.90

TRAVEL CHECK 66$ (Howlin Banana) Travel Check is a four piece Flower Punk band from Paris, France, and this here is their second Ep, recorded during summer 2013 at Swamp Land Studios. These four tracks show a significant evolution of their sound towards something lighter, wilder & fuzzier. Limited edition of 300 white-coloured 7? vinyl. 7" 5.50

TWO TEARS I Love Leather/ Isn't It A Shame (Stencil Trash) One-sided Single by Kerry Davis‘ (Red Aunts). Limited to 151 co-pies with a spray-ed woo-den (mdf) board cover and in clear / black strea-ked wax. 7" 6.90

TYRED EYES Ghost (Alien Snatch) 4 garage pop cuts by Gothenburg vikings: Pistols At Dawn/ Time Killers/ Old Future/ Dead End. 7" 4.90

T. VALENTINE WITH DADDY LONG LEGS The Vamire (Norton) The 'Hello, Lucille Are You A Lesbian?' king is back from parts unknown with a new album featuring DADDY LONG LEGS on rumblin R&B instrumentation: Young Girls, Young Girls / Bald Headed Benny / Shake Your Funky A-S-S / Cell Phone / Why You Leave Me / You So Fine / Please Dont Freeze / I Want You To Have My Baby / The Vampire / The Death Of Betty Sue / Gravediggers. LP 14.00

LOS VENTURAS Paisley Beach (Green Cookie) 7 tracks of surf/ instrumental (A-Side) and oriental moods (B-Side). Limeted to 300 copies, coloured vinyl & including download code. Beach Bunny/ Surfer's Mood/ Mr. Rebel/ What About Uranus/ On a Market in Beirut/ Caravan/ Mathar. 10" 12.50

THE VERTICALS 8-Track (Hell's Tone Record) The second full length by Finnish surf punks: Intoducing Leo Kress/ Katsastus/ Black Suit and a Tie/ Third Ear/ Pistolero/ Lpr Woman/ Blossanova/ Ein Fall Für Zwei. Total running time: 19:45 min. 10" 11.00

SONNY VINCENT James Brown's Evil Son (Ox Records) three new and exclusive tracks in a hand-numbered limited edition of 250 copies in a specially manufactured cardbox. Each box has a unique cover handmade by Sonny Vincent, some are painted, some are on special paper, with a real photo of Sonny Vincent each cover. With the Single you get a vintage flyer/ticket from Sonny's archive, 2 buttons (Sonny Vincent, Testors) plus a vintage photo of Sonny - different content in every box, plus a 24 page booklet with "The Sonny Vincent Story" (in English) with lots of photos. Tacks: James Brown's Evil Son/ Part 2 screw you/ Snort my snot. 7"-box 11.50

VOLAGE Maddie (Howlin Banana) Volage is a four-piece band based between Tours and Paris, playing noisy, flowery garage pop. Their sold-out self-released debut cassette is now being reissued on Howlin Banana Records on 10? limited edition white colored vinyl, with a brand new cover and an extra track. Echo, Fuzz and Flowers are the three cornerstones of this debut release. 10" 8.90

VOODOO RHYTHM COMPILATION Volume 4 (Voodoo Rhythm) Volume 4 as a picture LP with 13 tracks: The Future Primitives - Into The Primitive/ Die Zorros - Good Bye Baby/ The Juke Joint Pimps - King Roland's Prayer/ Hank Haint - Blackout/ The Monsters - Blow Um Mau Mau/ Roy And The Devil's Motorcycle - Six Pink Cadillac/ Becky Lee And Drunkfoot - Old Fashined Man/ The Pussywarmers - La Nen La Bambele/ Heart Attack Alley - Too Hot Blues/ Mama Rosin Together With Hipbone Slim And The Kneetremblers - London Zydeco/ Delaney Davidson - Windy City/ The Goon Mat And Lord Benardo - What It's All About/ Menic - Waiting For Zero. Picture LP 13.90
VOODOO RHYTHM COMPILATION Volume 4 (Voodoo Rhythm) In double gatefold cover (no plastic exept the bloddy CD) with 12 Side Booklet! Same tracks as the vinyl. CD 15.50

WHIP-BATS Chaos In The Clocktower (Stencil Trash Rec.) One-sided 7" with three cuts: Chaos In The Clocktower/ Blood Orgy In The Castle Of The Damned/ Virgin Blood Drips From The Forked Tongues Of The Devil. Described as Horror movie/Euro Sleaze soundtrack music with punk/garage/deathrock/80s/early Nintendo-ish side FX. Limited to 68 copies, cover closes with a magnet, 5-layer stencil artwork; printed on 300g/m2 paper and UV lacquered; light bluish/greenish(?) grey wax with blue/green mixed stamped label in a stamped 90g deluxe paper innersleeve; fixed pixel art photo inside; numbered by stamp. 7" 11,90 EUR

WILD EVEL AND LOS INFIERNO Shape Series Vol.2 (Soundflat) Wild Evel & the LOS INFIERNO (Mexico) with four cover songs of 60's classics.Tracks. Vete Al Infierno/ I'm Gone/ It's My Life/ I Can't Control Myself. Shape design by Wild Evel. 10" 16.50

WOLF PARTY (Voodoo Rhythm) New Zealand rock'n'roll, punk, garage, underground compilation with most obscure and wildest acts from Maori's kiwi island, presented by Stink Magnetic, a cassette and film production company started in 1998 by a young Maori called Dylan Thomas Herkes, better known as THE MYSTERIOUS TAPE MAN. Tape Man began documenting and recording local bands from the Wairarapa, Tararua and Manawatu areas on hand-made cassette tapes recorded one by one in real time and released them on 7 different tapes of 30 copies each. He sold them out of a cardboard box wrapped in tin foil. He describes the pact of Stink Magnetic as "documenting stuff that wouldn't have been documented ". Back than he set up a office in a old abandoned newspaper building in Whanganui, also a record and tape store and continuously recorded many locals bands. Also ZENO TORNADO from Voodoo Rhythm Records who toured NZ back in the days . Unfortunately one day the Fire Brigade and the Cops turned up and so he moved the Company to the South Island city of Christchurch, just in the time when it was buried in a massive Earthquake. The entire personal collection of Stink HQ was covered in a two story pile of rubble for a fews days before most was recovered again and dusted off. Stink Magnetic won at the end and held a 13th Anniversary Festival in collaboration with the Christchurch City Art Gallery. Later that year he put out a bunch more stuff before moving to it's current location in Wellington where his now to celebrate it's 15TH YEAR OF TAPE. Through it's varied and colorful 15 years of existing he has released over 55 different tapes, acetates, video tapes, CDRs and vinyl 7's and LPs ! All mostly sold through live shows and now available for a bigger World Wide Audience through Voodoo Rhythm Records. LP+CD 14,90

THE X-RAY HARPOONS Get Attuned To Our Tyme (CopaseDisques) Debut full length: Dawnbreaker/ Cheat & Lie/ Hey Conductor/ City Of Light/ Out Of My Reality/ Zombie Love/ Gotta Get Attuned To My Tyme/ Black Widowed Games/ Can't Catch Up With You/ Subliminal Love/ Faster Pussycat Kill Kill/ Explosions/ Psychedelic Siren. LP 12.00

THE YUM YUMS ... Play Good Music (Screaming Apple) Gonna Have A Good Time/ Too Much Of A Good Thing/ I Like Good Music/ It Must Be Love/ I'm In Love (With Not Being In Love With You)/ Just Friends/ All I Wanna Do/ And A Whole Lotta You/ Let's Go Baby/ Do Ya, Do Ya, Do Ya/ Good Thing Going/ Yummy Love/ Bye Bye Baby. LP 11.90