Mose Allison – The Complete Recordings 1957 – 1962 (5CD Box Set)

Eleven Complete Mose Allison Albums Over Five Discs Born just outside Tippo, Mississippi on his grandfather’s farm (known as The Island because Tippo Bayou encircles it , Mose Allison was already taking piano lessons by the age of five. He picked cotton at home, played piano in grammar school and trumpet in high school, and […]

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Fleetwood Mac – Tusk (Expanded 3CD Digi-pack)

Fleetwood Mac builds on its formidable legacy as one of rock’s most legendary acts as they re-visit their most ambitious album with deluxe and expanded editions of TUSK. Originally released in 1979, the Grammy® Award-nominated, double-album sold more than four million copies worldwide, and reached number 1 in the UK album charts, and included hits […]

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Leadbelly & Woody Guthrie – Wnyc Radio New York 12th Dec 1940 (CD)

This rare and historically vital recording captures a 25-minuteepisode of Folk Songs Of America, a radio program produced by the remarkable folklorist Henrietta Yurchenco. In it, Woody Guthrie is Leadbelly’s guest, and they perform a cross section of their remarkable catalogues. The set comes complete with background notes and images. 1. Announcer intro 2. You […]

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The Transcendental Waterfall – Guitar Excursions 1963-1967 (180 Gram 6 LP Box Set) by John Fahey

Features: • Numbered, Limited Edition – 2000 Copies. • 180g Vinyl • 6LP Deluxe Box Set • Stunning Graphic Design cover art • T-shirt • Poster • Postcard The Transcendental Waterfall – Guitar Excursions 1963-1967 is a 6-LP box set drawing from John Fahey’s best, and most influential, period. Included in the set are Blind […]

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Uneasy Rider: The Talented Mr Blackmore (2CD+2DVD+Book) by Ritchie Blackmore

Ritchie Blackmore is beyond doubt one of the all-time great guitar players. From his pop roots with The Outlaws and his many session recordings in the sixties, through defining hard rock with Deep Purple and Rainbow in the seventies and eighties and on to the renaissance rock of Blackmore’s Night, Ritchie has proved that he […]

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Roy Buchanan – Live At My Father’s Place, 1973 (CD)

Though he never achieved major stardom, Roy Buchanan is regarded as one of the purest blues guitarists of all time, with an instantly recognisable Telecaster sound. Following an apprenticeship stretching back to the 1950s, his debut album – featuring the classic Sweet Dreams – was released in 1972. This superb live set was broadcast on […]

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I’ll Remember (4CD Box Set) by Taste

I’ll Remember, an archival box set featuring the music of Taste, the Irish rock/blues band formed in the mid sixties that featured Rory Gallagher on guitar and vocals. The four disc set will feature both studio albums (1969′s Taste and the 1970 follow-up On The Boards) expanded with many alternate versions of album tracks. The third CD is full of live audio from 1970 culled from concerts […]

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Nick Harper – The Wilderness Years – Vol. 2 2003-2007

The second volume of Nicks ‘Wilderness Years Series’ 2003 to 2007, looks at the albums ‘Blood Songs’, ‘Treasure Island’ and ‘Miracles For Beginners’. one of his most successful periods. Pressed on 180g GREEN vinyl this limited edition moves onto a significant period in Nicks life, both musically and emotionally. The sad death of his mother […]

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Climax Blues Band – Live At The BBC – Rock Goes To College, 1978 (CD+DVD)

SOURCED FROM THE BBC ARCHIVES. RESTORED CONCERT PERFORMANCE on REGION FREE NTSC DVD:(Audio selection of Stereo and 5.1 Surround Sound). REMASTERED STEREO SOUNDTRACK CD. 16-PAGE BOOKLET WITH AUTHORITATIVE LINER NOTES AND QUOTES FROM DEREK HOLT. The 1970s saw the Climax Blues Band from Stafford accelerate from a highly rated club act to US Top 40 […]

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Various – Speedball Experience (Vinyl LP)

  Okay, as the title already suggests, this compilation is made entirely of early 70s library music which was recorded for so called music libraries from whose stores, movie makers and TV producers could license certain titles for their productions. In most cases the compositions were a conglomerate of popular music genres such as funk, […]

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Stephen Stills – Live At The Bread And Roses Festival (CD)

• Classic live radio broadcast from 1978 • Includes the entire broadcast • Digitally remastered for greatly enhanced sound quality • Background liners Stephen Stills was (and still is) a passionate champion of liberal causes and Mimi Farina’s Bread and Roses Folk Festival was a highpoint for any discerning artist with such political persasion. Held at U.C. Berkeley’s Greek Theater from […]

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Stevie Ray Vaughan: Happy New Year Blues (CD)

LIVE BROADCAST FROM ATLANTA, GEORGIA 31/12/1986 – FEATURING LONNIE MACK. The concert featured on this CD is taken from an FM radio broadcast, transmitted live from the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, on New Year’s Eve ‘86, was clearly a dynamic event. Stevie and Double Trouble perform with gusto and flare, whilst the audience are […]

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OTIS GRAND: He Knows the Blues

Today we welcome guest writer Dave Thomas to the Stereonow blues music family. Dave is the driving force behind north London’s blues revival. He performs regularly with his band The Vintage, organises the annual North London Blues Festival (February each year), keeps everyone in line during the Friday Blues Night at St Monica’s Hall, Cannon […]

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1986-1991 The Warner Years (5CD Box Set) by Miles Davis

In 1985, Miles Davis shocked the music world by moving from Columbia to Warner Bros. He immediately started working on an album called ‘Perfect Way’ after a tune by Scritti Politti, later renamed ‘Tutu’ by producer Tommy LiPuma. When ‘Tutu’ was released in 1986, it re-ignited Miles Davis’ career, crossing over into the rock and […]

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Blind Lemon Jefferson – How Long, How Long Lasting Loving (Vinyl LP)

The Father of Texas blues, Blind Lemon Jefferson began a successful recording career for Chicago’s Paramount Records in 1926, recording over 100 sides in just three short years, right up until his premature death at age 35 in 1929. Wildly popular, he was one of the first male blues guitar players to achieve national acclaim. […]

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Bonnie Rait “Slipstream”

More of mainstream rocker than a true hardcore blueswoman, when Bonnie Raitt cuts loose on her slide-guitar (learned firsthand from Mississippi Fred McDowell), the blues notes fall like rain. Raitt earned her blues pedigree the hard way, performing alongside greats like McDowell, Sippie Wallace, and Howlin’ Wolf, so we’ll cut her some slack ’round these […]

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