Blues D-G

Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Eunice Davis Sings The Classic Blues (L+R) M / M D'1980 52.00
(orig. german release of 1980 Live-in-the-studio recordings of songs interpreted by Victoria Spivey, Memphis Minnie... and Eunice Davis; backing band feat. the dobro-guitar-art of Louisiana Red, Washboard Doc plays... well ...washboard (of course) Flash(?!) on washtub bass, Clem Moormman on piano...; incl. "in my girlish days", "organ grinder blues", "black rat", "Detroit moan"...;)
Larry Davis Funny Stuff (Rooster Blues) M / M U.K.'1982 52.00
(early 80's U.K. release of compiled material by black Blues cat teamin' up w/ B.B. King and Albert King down the line; Larry has a great voice as shown on these fine tracks incl. "next time you see me", the funky "find 'em, fool 'em & forget 'em" (George Jackson) Albert King's "got to be some changes made"...; w/Oliver Sain on piano, organ & sax, Chuck Berry's legendary piano-man Johnny Johnson on some tracks too;)
Jimmy Dawkins All For Business (Delmark) EX / EX U.S.'1973 65.00
(great early 70's release w/Otish Rush on 2nd guitar, w/some tenor-sax, Sonny Thompson on piano and organ...; spurtin fever on the uptempo racin'"cotton country"
(8:12) w/ hot-buttered twin-guitar/organ trades!)
Transatlantic 770 (Excello) M- / EX U.S.'197 42.00*
(reprint of GREAT 'n rare late 60's effort recorded in London; w/Bob Brunning, Chris Mercer, Mike Vernon (of course) Pete Wingfield, hot brass-parts;)
Tribute To Orange (Black & Blue) EX / EX F'1985 42.00
(recorded in France in '71; Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown on 2nd guitar; incl. "Mississippi bound"  (6:30)
The Jimmy Dawkins Band Blisterstring (Delmark) EX / EX U.S.'1976 65.00
(mid-70's release on this quality U.S. -label; Jimmy Johnson on rhythm-guitar; ...incl. the 7:30 "feel so bad";)
Bo Diddley Where It All Began (Bellaphon/Chess) EX / EX D'1972 65.00
(beautiful german orig. print in laminated FOC; feat. Johnny & Shuggie Otis, Richard Davis (b) Tom Thompson on guitar; incl. "I've had it hard", the funky, psych-ticklin', organ/fuzz-brewing "badtrip" (6:00)well! ..the whole thing's reekin' w/ funky sweat!)
Bill Dixon Hidden Charms (Bug) M- / M- U.S.'1988 34.00*
(late 80's release by master Blues-Bass-man bustin' out w/Lafayette leake on piano, Red Callender on bass, Earl Palmer(dr) Cash McCall on guitars, T. Bone Burnett plays dobro & Sugar Blue blows the harp; on Capitol sub-label w/inner-sleeve;)
I Am The Blues (Columbia) EX / M- U.S.'1976 34.00*
(mid-70's release by master Blues-Bass-man bustin' out on "back door man", "the seventh son", "I ain't superstitious", "the little red rooster", "I'm your hoochie coochie man";)
Live! Backstage Access (Pausa) EX / EX U.S.'1985 34.00*
(mid-80's Live-album by master Blues-Bass-man w/help from John Watkins on guitar, Sugar Blue blows the harp... hot stuff w/many of his favorite cuts!)
Errol Dixon In The Groove (Bellaphon) M / M CH'1976 52.00*
(mid-70's orig. swiss release of LIVE recorded piano-Blues grooves w/bass 'n drums accompaniments; all orig. songs;)
Lefty Dizz Featuring Big Moose Walker (Black & Blue) M- / M- F'1979 32.00*
(late 70's Chicago-Blues release w/Big Moose Walker on piano, Mojo Elem(b), Odie Payne(dr), Willie James Lyons on 2nd guitar; cover of JImmy Reed's "take out some insurance")
Johnny Dollar J.D.'s Blues (Blues R&B) M- / M- U.S.'1986 28.00
(mid-80's release of this Chicago-Blues guitar cranker w/brass!
Dr.John The Brightest Smile In Town (Clean Cuts) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1982 42.00
(orig. U.K. print of superb New Orleans piano-grooves by the true master of the genre; ...just the piano 'n his voice (in spots) takin' off on covers of "saddled the cow" (Gordon-Taub) "waiting for a train" (Rogers) ...plus the great racin' original "boxcar boogie" ...just plain fookin' amazy down rootsy gravy!!)
Tango Palace (Horizon) M- / M- U.S.'1979 38.00
(late 70's release w/swampy brass 'n cute femme back-ups; laid-back funky sways in genuine New Orleans style w/Steve Gadd, Hugh McCracken who also helped produce; inner-bag w/infos;)
Tango Palace (Horizon) M- / EX U.S.'1979 34.00
(late 70's release w/swampy brass 'n cute femme back-ups; laid-back funky sways in genuine New Orleans style w/Steve Gadd, Hugh McCracken who also helped produce; inner-bag w/infos;)
Champion Jack Dupree Blues From The Gutter (Atlantic) EX / VG++ F'196 55.00
(french reprint from the early 70's; rare U.S. 60's Atlantic release w/full band backing this Gospel-Blues-Piano-master; cover of "Stack-O-Lee", "goin' down slow"; "walking the blues" replaces "strollin'" on the orig. U.S. release;)
From New Orleans To Chicago (Crosscut) M- / M D'1985 52.00
(80's german re-release of great 1966 recorded album for Decca Records; another great Father-meets-Sons project feat. Tony McPhee(in his pre-groundhoggin' daze) crankin' some truly fine acoustic guitar-licks, John Mayall blows the harmonica, Keef Hartley on drums, Eric Clapton on guitar on 2 electric tracks! red-vinyl-press;)
I'm Growing Older Every Day (Portraits In Blues Vol. 5) (Storyville) EX / VG+(+) F'196 65.00
(orig. french print of rare 'n great early 60's recordings by soulful piano-man strollin' onhis own here; incl. "when I've been drinking", "lonesome bedroom blues"; ultra thick vinyl press!)
The Incredible (Sonet) M- / M- U.K.'1970 75.00
(top-shape orig. U.K. print of scarce late 60's release by soulful piano-man w/occasional guitar accompaniment; incl. "41 highway", "rock me mama", "driving me mad";)
Big Mojo Ellem Mojo Boogie (MCM) M- / EX F'1977 52.00
(late 70's french print of live-recorded Chicago Blues thing by black Blues-bassman accompanied by Willie James Lyons & Wayne Bennett on guitars; Freddy Below plays drums; cover of Freddie King's "hide away";)
Sleepy John Estes Electric Sleep (Delmark) EX / EX U.S.'197 55.00
(early 70's (?) orig. press of great Blues-groover thing feat. Sunnyland Slim on piano, Jimmy "fast fingers" Dawkins on 2nd guitar, Earl Hooker on bass (on 2 tracks) Carey Bell blows the harmonica; incl."drop down mama, let your papa see";)
Sleepy John Estes & Hammie Nickson
Meet Japanese People (Delmark) M(*) / M J'1974 65.00
(mid-70's RARE japanese pressing of Live-in-Japan-recorded Country-Blues by the master of the genre; Hammie plays kazoo, harp, jug, guitar 'n sings; "diving duck blues", "broke and hungry", "Tin Pan Alley"...; has the lyrics-insert-sheet...yess! in english tongue!! w/a large photo of the duo! (*)sleeve has a thick plastic outer-bag that underwent some pressure and it sticks w/ the cover... so DON'T remove bag or you'll tear up the sleeve!)
The Fabulous Thunderbirds Butt Rockin' (Chrysalis) EX / EX U.S.'1981 32.00*
(4th album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. print; incl. "tip on in")
Butt Rockin' (Chrysalis) M- / M- U.S.'1981 36.00*
(4th album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. print; incl. "tip on in")
Girls Go Wild (Takoma) EX / EX U.S.'1979 34.00*
(2nd album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. print)
Girls Go Wild (Chrysalis) EX / EX U.S.'1979 28.00*
(2nd album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. 2nd label print;)
Hot Number (CBS Associated) EX / EX Can'1987 28.00*
(mid-80's album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. canadian print; produced by Dave Edmunds; insert sheet;)
Hot Number (Epic) EX / EX NL'1987 28.00*
(mid-80's album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. holland print; produced by Dave Edmunds; inner sleeve;)
T-Bird Rhythm (Chrysalis) EX / EX D'1982 32.00*
(5th album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. german print; incl. "diddy wah diddy"; produced by Nick Lowe!)
T-Bird Rhythm (Chrysalis) EX / EX U.S.'1982 34.00*
(5th album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. print; incl. "diddy wah diddy"; produced by Nick Lowe!)
Tuff Enuff (CBS Associated) EX / EX Can'1986 34.00*
(mid-80's album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. canadian print; incl."wrap it up"; produced by Dave Edmunds; insert-sheet w/photo 'n lyrics;)
Tuff Enuff (Epic) EX / EX NL'1986 28.00*
(mid-80's album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. holland print; incl."wrap it up"; produced by Dave Edmunds; inner-sleeve w/lyrics;)
What's The Word (Chrysalis) EX / EX U.S.'1980 32.00*
(third album by barroom-sweepin' texan Blues-rockin' combo; orig. U.S. print;)
Fleetwood Mac Cerulean (Shanghai) M- / EX U.K.'1985 42.00
(mid-80's U.K. print of prev. unreleased live show from 1970... at The Tea Party Club in Boston! 2-lp-set in FOC;)
In Chicago (Sire) EX / EX U.S.'1975 52.00
(reprint of this GREAT white-boy meets black-father venture originally released on
CHESS in '69; feat. Otis Spann, Wllie Dixon, Guitar Buddy, Honeyboy Edwards...; mostly Mike Vernon produced; FOC;)
In Chicago (Sire) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1975 42.00
(reprint of this GREAT white-boy meets black-father venture originally released on CHESS in '69; feat. Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Guitar Buddy, Honeyboy Edwards...; mostly Mike Vernon produced; FOC;)
In Chicago (Sire) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1975 52.00
(reprint of this GREAT white-boy meets black-father venture originally released on CHESS in '69; feat. Otis Spann, Wllie Dixon, Guitar Buddy, Honeyboy Edwards...; mostly Mike Vernon produced; FOC;)
In Chicago (Sire) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1975 42.00
(reprint of this GREAT white-boy meets black-father venture originally released on CHESS in '69; feat. Otis Spann, Wllie Dixon, Guitar Buddy, Honeyboy Edwards...; mostly Mike Vernon produced; FOC;)
Same (CBS) EX / M- U.K.'1977 34.00
(U.K. late 70's reissue of debut album by influental british Blooz-boomer gang feat. Peter Green;)
Black Magic Woman (CBS Embassy) VG++ / VG++ NL'1980 24.00
(holland compilation set covering their early,Blooz-period;)
Same/English Rose (CBS) EX / EX U.K.'197 28.00
(U.K. late 70's reprint of their first album plus "english rose"; 2 lp-set in FOC;)
Terry Frank The Handyman (?) New / New U.S.'1991 28.00
(early 90's cassette-only release of killer acoustic/electric Blues raspin' by white-boy guitar-wizard burnin' trails also w/fiercely cranked electric slide-axe-ioms; some songs juicy w/ laid back bayou khool 'n rollin' the boogie w/accordion, piano washboard, washtub 'n harmonica! a real corker all the way!!)
Red Hot (Home Made Tapes) New / New U.S.'199 28.00
(early 90's cassette-only release of acoustic Blues raspin' by white-boy guitar-wizard; 3 Robert Johnson tunes, W. C.Handy's "St.Louis Blues" w/khool arrangements by Terry! Johnny Winter's "tv mama", his own 'n haunting "sunset II"; some real fancy slide-work contained here!!)
Denny Freeman Blues Cruise (Stomp) M- / EX D'1986 34.00*
(mid-80's german white-vinyl-press of barroom-groovin' R&B cooked the good ol' tejas-way w/brass 'n Mel Brown at the organ;)
Lowell Fulsom Blue Days Black Nights (ACE) M- / M- U.K.'1986 32.00*
(mid 80's U.K. compilation songs by black, mid-west guitar cranker w/urban, jazzy, guitar-shuffle-style;)
One More Blues (Blue Phoenix) M / M F'1984 52.00*
(french release of mid-80's album by black, mid-west guitar cranker w/urban, jazzy, guitar-shuffle-style; feat. The Phillip Walker Blues Band!)
One More Blues (Blue Phoenix) M- / M- F'1984 42.00*
(french release of mid-80's album by black, mid-west guitar cranker w/urban, jazzy, guitar-shuffle-style; feat. The Phillip Walker Blues Band!)
Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets
Featuring Sam Myers (Demon) M- / M- U.K.'1987 34.00*
(mid-80's effort by white-boy guitar-slingin chap outta Texas; feat. Sam Myers on thickly wafting harmonica 'n vocs! w/organ/ piano 'n brass;)
Roy Gaines Gaineling (Red Lightning) M- / M- U.K.'1981 34.00*
(early 80's U.K. print of of album by texan Blooz-guitar cranker w/funky grooves 'n hot organ;)
Ronnie Gilbert The Legend Of Bessie Smith (RCA) EX / VG++ U.S.'1958 75.00
(late 50's black label U.S. mono print (w/doggie harkening...) of great album by femme Jazz/Blues-Singer doin' all Bessie Smith classics!! accompanied by New Orleans-Jazz orchestra feat. Cootie Williams, Bennie Morton, Buster Bailey, George Duvivier, Osie Johnson.... guitars by Steve Jordan, George Barnes & Fred Hellerman; great photo-sleeve;)
Otis Grand & The Dancekings Always Hot (Special Delivery) M- / M- U.K.'198 42.00*
(80's U.K. press of HOT Blues-rockin' thing w/big brass steams,West Coasty flows 'n slow burnin' texas-style guitar-churns plus that khool Hollywood typo sleaze in the horns... this baby cooks 'n swings!)
Guitar Junior Broke An' Hungry (Crosscut) EX / EX D'1984 42.00
(german 80's reprint of scarce Capitol-release from'69; down-south U.S. black, electric-guitar stringer trying his wits on Chuck Berry's "wee wee hours", "things I used to do" (Elmore James)
Buddy Guy A Man And The Blues (Vanguard) EX / EX U.S.'1968 52.00
(brown-label 2nd print; Otis Spann at the piano, Lonny Taylor & Fred Below on drums; w/brass; incl. B.B. King's "sweet little angel" ...nice psychedelic sleeve-design;)
I Was Walking Through The Woods (Chess) M- / EX / Cc. U.S.'196 65.00
(orig. lilac/green-label U.S. print from the late 60's(?); hot Chicago recordings from the early 60's incl. 3 previously unreleased tracks; incl."watch yourself", "stone crazy"...;)
This Is (Vanguard) EX / VG++ U.S.'1968 65.00
(orig. gold-label print of this strong Live-thing w/brass and Ed Bogas-arranged parts; funky version of "fever";)
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Play The Blues (Atlantic) EX / M- D'1972 34.00*
(german 2nd print ; orig. released on Atco in '72; w/Eric Clapton crankin' some bottle-neck licks and J.Geils helps out as well; incl. "bad bad Whiskey";)

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