JOHNNY WINTER: Raisin’ Cain (CD)

John Dawson Winter, III, known as Johnny Winter was an American blues guitarist. He was a multi-instrumentalist, singer and producer. Johnny was prominent session man and toured with Muddy Waters. Johnny is the brother of Edgar Winter. Sadly, Johnny passed away in 2014; Raisin Cain on CD. This was originally released in 1980. 1. The […]

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Live At Rockpalast – Harmonie Bonn, Germany, March 24th 2006 (CD/DVD) by Edgar Broughton Band

We are told: Soon after moving from quiet Warwick to London in 1968, the Edgar Broughton Band was signed by the former Pink Floyd manager Peter Jenner to Blackhill Enterprises and EMI’s Harvest label. Their first album “Wasa Wasa” had a heavily blues-influenced and psychedelic sound, hard-driven by Edgar Broughton’s gritty vocal style, similar to […]

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FREDDIE KING: Texas In My Blues (2CD)

  Ten outstanding performances from the legendary Blues man, known as ‘The Texas Cannonball’. ‘Texas In My blues’ is a high energy performance recorded from some live shows in Texas and Oklahoma, and features cracking versions of Storming Monday and Boogie Chillun. Now re-packaged complete with a bonus disc of instrumental songs, previously known as […]

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The Avant Garde Recordings: Recorded Live October 29, 30 & 31, 1966 (2CD) by Reverend Gary Davis

We are told: Sampson And Delilah Jesus Met The Woman At The Well Twelve Gates To The City Instrumental The Sun Is Goin’ Down Oh Glory How Happy I Am You Got To Move The River Jordan Instrumental I Feel Like My Time Ain’t So Long I Will Do My Last Singing In This Land […]

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PETER GREEN: Man of the World DVD

Feature length DVD film, over 140 mins. Including live performance footage of: Oh Well, Albatross, Black Magic Woman, Man of the World, and many more. Over two hours of incredible, honest and under the skin footage shot as a feature and delivering a definitive insight into the life of Peter Green and those that surrounded […]

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Taj Mahal – Ultrasonic Studios, Long Island, October 15th 1974 (CD)

We are told ….. One of the most revered figures in late 20th Century American blues and roots music, by 1974 Taj Mahal had devised a unique style drawing on a huge variety of sources. This superb set typifies his eclectic approach and mastery of the guitar, and comes complete with background notes and images. […]

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I’ll Remember (4CD Box Set) by Taste

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 in Stockholm and […]

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Peter Green Splinter Group – The Very Best Of (2CD)

Deluxe 2CD set collecting the finest recordings from the British Blues legend’s work with Splinter GroupPeter Green is widely regarded as one of the finest guitarists of his generation. His virtuoso blues playing was an integral part of the sound of the original Fleetwood Mac, which he founded in 1967. In the early ’70s Green […]

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Hot Tuna – Live At The Fillmore West 3rd July 1971 (2CD)

‘The telepathic interplay between Jorma and Jack is always fascinating and Papa John Creach’s violin and Sammy Piazza’s tasteful drumming adds a distinct new flavor to the proceedings… Everything here compares favorably to the released versions, and many surpass them in both length and intensity’ – www.concertvault.com Disc 1 1.       That’ll Never Happen No More […]

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Eric Clapton – The Lost Boy: guest writer Channa Vithana expresses a view; more than one in fact!

I’m not a great fan of Eric Clapton’s music anymore. When I was younger, in my early teens, I thought some of his stuff was pretty cool, especially the experimental Cream, with Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce, and the Derek & The Dominoes Sessions box set, with Duane Allman on guitar. Clapton’s other solo works, […]

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ZZ TOP: The Complete Studio Albums (1970-1990) (10xCD Mini LP Replica Sleeve) Box Set

Warner Bros. Records Salutes The Texas Trio’s Musical Legacy With Boxed Set Featuring Original Mixes Of The Band’s First 10 Albums Back in 1969, Billy F Gibbons, Frank Beard and Dusty Hill joined together in Houston as ZZ TOP. The band that would unassumingly go on to be known as That Little Ol’ Band From […]

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Live 1971 (CD) by Mississippi Fred McDowell

“I Don’t Play No Rock & Roll” Fred McDowell famously said, but many Rock &Rollers play Fred’s music. His bottleneck guitar playing is essential to the blues genre and has influenced countless players. Fred was an originator of a style called North Mississippi Blues or Hill Country Blues. The style has been carried on by […]

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The Yardbirds – Glimpses 1963 – 1968

Three years in the making an Official box set of rarities and unheard material. It also documents the bands transition from RnB stalwarts in the beginning into the Pop world and ultimately on to more experimental sounds and lastly to become a type of blueprint for what was to become Led Zeppelin. Features the most […]

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Mike Bloomfield – From His Head to His Heart to His Hands

Produced and curated by Al Kooper (who played with Mike Bloomfield on Bob Dylan’s Highway 61 Revisited sessions in 1965 and the Super Session album in 1968), From His Head to His Heart to His Hands premieres a wealth of previously unreleased tracks–including Bloomfield’s first demos for John Hammond Sr.in 1964 and his final public performance, climaxing with a track from […]

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