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Artist Title (Label) Cover / Record / Co. Released Price CHF
Willie Mabon Chicago Blues Session (L+R) EX / EX D'1979 42.00*
(late 70's german-press of Chicago-Blues session feat. Hubert Sumlin, Eddie Taylor, Aaron Burton & Casey Jones; w/tribute-tracks to Jimmy Reed, Howlin' Wolf & Willie Dixon; incl. "a change is gonna come", "moanin' blues", "little red rooster"; w/inner-sleeve bearin' infos;)
Jack Mack And The Heart Attack
Cardiac Party (Full Moon/Warner Brothers) EX / EX Can'1982 28.00*
(early 80's canadian release of funky, brass-arranged soulful Blues-rockin' grooves... A definite party breezer;)
Cardiac Party (Full Moon/Warner Brothers) SS / SS U.S.'1982 34.00*
(early 80's canadian release of funky, brass-arranged soulful Blues-rockin' grooves... A definite party breezer;)
Lonnie Mack Glad I'm In The Band (Elektra) VG++ / VG++ / Co. U.S.'1968 42.00
(late 60's orig.tan-label print of hot piece by Memphis-Soul shakin' Bluesman; w/brass!)
Second Sight (Sonet) M / M NL'1986 34.00*
(mid-80's dutch release by Soul-shakin' Bluesman from Memphis; hot line-up feat. The Memphis Horns, Tim Drummond (b) and Jim Keltner(dr) ...plus Bobby King, Terry Evans...;)
Strike Like Lightning (Sonet) M- / EX D'1985 34.00*
(orig. mid-80's german release feat. Stevie Ray Vaughn;)
The Wham Of That Memphis Man (Edsel) M- / M- U.K.'1985 34.00*
(mid-80's UK-release of mid-60's recordings by Soul-shakin' Bluesman from Memphis; incl. "Suzy Q", "farther down the road"...;)
Whatever's Right (Elektra) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's orig. red-label print of hot piece by Memphis-Soul shakin' Bluesman w/brass! incl. Jimmy Reed's "baby what do you want me to do", "Bobby Womack's "I found love", "my baby" (W.Dixon)
Whatever's Right (Elektra) VG++ / EX U.S.'1969 42.00
(late 60's orig. red-label print of hot piece by Memphis-Soul shakin' Bluesman; w/brass! incl. Jimmy Reed's "baby what do you want me to do", "Bobby Womack's "I found love", "my baby" (W. Dixon)
Whatever's Right (Elektra) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1969 52.00
(late 60's orig. red-label print of hot piece by Memphis-Soul shakin' Bluesman; w/brass! incl. Jimmy Reed's "baby what do you want me to do", Bobby Womack's "I found love", "my baby" (W.Dixon)
Whatever's Right (Vedette) EX / EX I'1969 42.00*
(late 60's orig. italian print (in uni-pak sleeve) of hot piece by Memphis-Soul shakin' Bluesman; w/brass! incl. Jimmy Reed's "baby what do you want me to do", "Bobby Womack's "I found love", "my baby" (W. Dixon)
Doug MacLeod No Road Back Home (Hightone) M- / M- / Cc. U.S.'1984 42.00
(mid-80's U.S. release of relaxed Blues-brewin' on some Fusion-Lounge edge w/George "Harmonica" Smith on 1 song; some brass-arranged spots, keyboards, bass 'n drums; Doug's got a pearly lead-guitar- picker style w/a distinctive Jazz-Blues shading... and he sure did some fine work for such "biggies" as Big Joe Turner, Charles Brown, Pee Wee Crayton, Cleahead Vinson...;)
No Road Back Home (Making Waves) M / M U.K.'1984 42.00
(mid-80's U.K. release of relaxed Blues-brewin' on some Fusion-Lounge edge w/George "Harmonica" Smith on 1 song; some brass-arranged spots, keyboards, bass 'n drums; Doug's got a pearly lead-guitar-picker style w/a distinctive Jazz-Blues shading... and he sure did some fine work for such "biggies" as Big Joe Turner, Charles Brown, Pee Wee Crayton, Cleanhead Vinson...;)
Magic Slim Highway Is My Home (Black & Blue) M- / EX F'1978 38.00
(late-70's french release of another fine Chicago-Blues venture feat. Magic Slim & Alabama Junior on guitars, Nick Holt on bass, Fred Below on drums; incl. "I love you baby" (Jimmy Reed), "The sky is crying" (Elmore James) ...title-track is by Howlin' Wolf;)
Vol.2..Let Me Love You (MCM) M- / M- F'1976 42.00
(mid-70's french release of another fine Chicago-Blues venture feat. Magic Slim & Alabama Junior on guitars, Nick Holt on bass, Doug Holt on drums; incl. "the things I used to do" (Eddie Jones), "everything's gonna be allright" (Walter Jacobs)
Taj Mahal Evolution (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1978 34.00
(late 70's U.S. release packed w/colorful Caribbean-grooves w/brass & steel-drums;)
Happy Just To Be Like I Am (CBS) EX / EX NL'1971 42.00
(orange-label orig. dutch print of early 70's album by ex-Rising Sons singer & guitarist; colorful Folk-Blues payin' some rockin' dues and 'xotic/carribean sooth (Andy Narell on steel drums) w/brass (tuba, trombone, baritone sax...) Jesse Ed Davis on guitar; cover of "stealin'"; laminated FOC;)
Music Fuh Ya' (Warner Brothers) EX / EX U.S.'1977 34.00
(late 70's U.S. release packed w/colorful Caribbean-grooves w/brass & steel-drums;)
The Real Thing (Columbia) VG++ / EX U.S.'1969 42.00
(great live-double-pack recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East in the late 60's; smoky brass feat. Howard Johnson, Bob Stewart (tuba) Earle McIntyre, John Hall plays guitar; orange-label-press, nice FOC;)
The Real Thing (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1969 55.00
(great live-double-pack recorded at Bill Graham's Fillmore East in the late 60's; smoky brass feat. Howard Johnson, Bob Stewart (tuba), Earle McIntyre, John Hall plays guitar; orange-label-press, nice FOC;)
Same (Columbia) EX / EX U.S.'1968 42.00
(orange-label 2nd print of debut album by ex-Rising Sons singer & guitarist; colorful Folk-Blues w/help from Ry Cooder, Jesse Ed Davis, Charles Blackwell on drums...; incl. "Statesboro blues", "dust my broom"...;)
Taj Mahal And The International Rhythm Band
Live & Diect (Crystal Clear) M- / EX U.S.'1979 55.00
(late 70's U.S. release packed w/colorful Caribbean-grooves w/brass & steel-drums; a funky mood w/ dynamic, loungy air; direct-to-disc LIVE recording pressed on heavy vinyl;)
Tony Mathews Condition Blue (Sonet) M- / M- U.K.'1981 38.00*
(early 80's solo-thing by Ray Charles' guitar-man; versatile bag spiked w/Soul, Gospel, Jazz, Rock 'n Funk; w/ brass)
John Mayall A Banquet In Blues (Abc) EX / EX U.S.'1976 38.00
(orig. U.S. print of mid-70's release;funky, laid-back swampy grooves;)
The Blues Alone (London) EX / VG++ U.S.'1967 Sold
(orig. U.S. print of solo-crusade by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; all instruments played by Mayall himself save some drums which are contributed by Keef Hartley; John Peel wrote the liner notes & he thinks of this as an essential album!)
The Blues Alone (London) EX / EX U.S.'1967 55.00
(U.S. 2nd-label-print of solo-crusade by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; all instruments played by Mayall himself save some drums which are contributed by Keef Hartley; John Peel wrote the liner notes & he thinks of this as an essential album!)
The Blues Alone (Ace Of Clubs) EX / EX U.K.'1967 55.00
(orig. U.K. print of solo-crusade by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; all instruments played by Mayall himself save some drums which are contributed by Keef Hartley; John Peel wrote the liner notes & he thinks of this as an essential album!)
Blues From Laurel Canyon (London) EX / EX U.S.'1968 52.00
(U.S. 2nd-label-print (in nice FOC) of masterwork by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; feat. Mick Taylor, who cranks some extra-tasty licks on this Psychedelic-Era swirling piece o' Progresssive Blues-Rock, conceived in the States while John was on a 3 weeks vacation in L. A. after the abolition of The Bluesbreakers;)
Empty Rooms (Polydor) EX / EX F'1970 Sold
(orig. french print; feat.Larry Taylor on bass;;)
A Hardcore Package (Abc) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1977 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of funky, laid-back album w/brass & ladies backin' up; ...judged by the stamps on this "package", it has been posted in Switzerland (no special reason for this given on the cover though)
Lots Of People (Abc) EX / M- U.K.'1977 55.00
(orig. U.K. print of hot LIVE-venture recorded at The Roxy in L.A.; incl. a 6:20 version of "room to move";)
Primal Solos (Decca) M- / M- U.K.'1977 42.00
(late 70's U.K. issue of compiled material from the 60's; side one is LIVE recordings w/Slowhand & Jack Bruce (just before they started to whip the cream) ...the B-side has "start walkin'" ( a live-recording from May '68) feat. Mick Taylor shortly before he dedicated his art to the Stones; Mick's crankin' some wailin' axe-lines! quality of these recordings is not state-of-the-art stereophonic high-fidelity... the historical and musical value trancends recording limitations in this case!)
Turning Point (Polydor) M / M Can'1973 34.00
(70's canadian 2nd print; incl. "room to move", "California" (9:14)
U.S.A. Union (Polydor) M- / M- U.S.'1970 52.00
(orig. U.S. print (in thick FOC) feat. Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor & the electric fiddle of Don "Sugarcane" Harris; his first album w/all-american musicians and ...as was sorta rule in this period of one of 'em white Blues fathers... there's no drummer;)
U.S.A. Union (Polydor) M- / VG++ D'1970 Sold
(orig. german print (in laminated FOC) feat. Harvey Mandel, Larry Taylor & the electric fiddle of Don "Sugarcane" Harris; his first album w/all-american musicians and... as was sorta rule in this period of one of 'em white Blues fathers... there's no drummer;)
The World Of (Decca) EX / EX U.K.'197 Sold
(early 70's U.K. blue/silver stereo-label release of fine compilation-set covering the early period of one of 'em white fathers in Blues-history;)
John Mayall And The Bluesbreakers
Bare Wires (London) M- / M- U.S.'1968 52.00
(U.S. 2nd-label-print (in nice FOC) of late 60's album by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; feat. Mick Taylor, Dick Hechstall-Smith,Jon Hiseman, Chris Mercer...;)
Crusade (London) EX / VG++ U.S.'1967 65.00
(orig. U.S. release of third album by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; feat. Mick Taylor, John McVie & Keef Hartley...;)
Crusade (London) EX / EX U.S.'1967 52.00
(U.S. second-label-print of third album by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; feat. Mick Taylor, John McVie & Keef Hartley...;)
A Hard Road (London) VG++ / EX U.S.'1967 52.00
(U.S. 2nd-label-print of second release by one of 'em white fathers of the Blues; feat. Peter Green, John McVie & Aynsley Dunbar, reeds by Alan Skidmore, John Almond...; recorded in late '66 & produced by Mike Vernon;)
George & Ethel McCoy Early In The Morning (Adelphi) EX / EX U.S.'1969 110.00
("East St. Louis is in Illinois... right on the banks of the Mississippi river, across from St. Louis, Missouri. it is a sprawling, comfortable warm town where the Blues was reaching its pinnacle in the 1930's along with the sister city across the river. this was the stomping-ground of such greats as Walter Davis, Robert Nighthawk and Big Joe Williams, and a center for the development of the unique St. Louis Blues sound. this is the home of George & Ethel McCoy, and they are not letting the Blues die in East St.Louis" (from the liner notes) ..all-acoustic strummin' w/either male or femme lead-voice w/help from friends on bass can, rub- board & additional guitar; renditions of "juanita stomp" (Big Joe Williams), "meningitis blues" ...written by Memphis Minnie, who by the way is the aunt of George & Ethel; ...a darn scarce piece of vinyl housed in one of the most haunting sleeves I've ever seen!!)
Robert McCoy Blues And Boogie Woogie Classics (Oldie Blues) M- / M NL'197 52.00
(late 70's (?) orig. dutch print of recordings by legendary black southern U.S. Boogie-piano champ done in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963! "how long blues" (Leroy Carr) "Duprees blues", "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie" (Pinetop  Smith) "dirty dozen" (Speckled Red)...;)
Mississippi Fred McDowell 1904-1972 (Just Sunshine) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1972 75.00
(orig. U.S. early 70's release... the suite of "I do not play no Rock 'n' Roll" (released on Capitol) recorded in Jackson, Mississippi; incl. a version of Sleepy John Estes "drop down mama", "baby let me lay down (in your cool iron bed") "somebody keeps calling me" ...this is most authentic Delta-Blues... performed w/ his revolutionary style!)
I Do Not Play No Rock 'n' Roll (Capitol) M / EX U.S.'196 52.00
(early 70's yellow label reprint of scarce late 60's U.S. release of Delta-Blues classics by famous slide-guitar master; incl. "61 highway", "good morning little schoolgirl", "everybody's down on me"...; recorded at Malaco Sound Recording Studios in Jackson, Mississippi;)
Brownie McGhee Brownie's Blues (Prestige/Bluesville) M- / EX U.S.'1962 95.00
(orig. blue-label (w/logo on right) U.S. print of rare early 60's release by legendary Country-Blues picker 'n hooter! feat. Sonny Terry on harmonica & Bennie Foster on additional guitar; incl. "trouble in mind", "every day I have the blues"; nice shape!!)
Sings The Blues (Folkways) M- / EX U.S.'1969 95.00
(60's U.S. black label release of late 50's recordings by legendary Country-Blues picker 'n hooter! just his acoustic wooden box 'n voice plus a bunch of songs (fourteen to be exact) incl. "poor boy", "memories of my trip", "a hard road to travel"; comes w/lyrics-insert-sheet; top shape!)
Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry
At The Bunk House (Philips) VG++ / VG++ U.K.'196 95.00
(orig. black label U.K. MONO print of GREAT live-album by these legendary Counry-Blues pickers 'n hooters; incl. "ride and roll", "burnt child afraid of fire", "C'mon if you're comin'"...; front-cover has a great live-photo of the duo;)
Brownie & Sonny (Everest) M- / M- U.S.'197 52.00
(early 70's reprint of late 50's/early 60's recordings by this legendary Country-Blues duo; incl. "I'm a stranger here", "trouble in mind", "walk on", "down by the riverside", "blowin' the fuses";)
Andrew "Blueblood" McMahon
Blueblood (Dharma) M- / EX / Co. U.S.'1973 110.00
(early 70's U.S.orig. print of first solo-album by Louisiana born black Bluesman,backing THE WOLF w/the bass for 13 years!in his early years he played w/Elmore James,Muddy Waters,Sonny Boy Williamson,Little Walter...;this album here is devoted entirely to Blueblood as the vocalist;the crew backing consists of such greats as Hubert Sumlin,Jimmy Dawkins,Sunnyland Slim,Homesick James..;..this piece o' vinyl smokes!!)
Memphis Slim And The Real Honky-Tonk (Le Chant Du Monde) M- / M- F'196 95.00
(early-/mid-60's french orig. release by legendary Piano-Bluesman 'n singer shakin' loose on a solo-spree  here! incl."Pinetop's boogie", "Whiskey drinking blues", "boogie after midnight", "the train is gone"; comes in great multifold sleeve w/lyrics printed(!) ...TOP shape!)
Anthologie Du Blues Vol. 3 (Vogue) M- / M- F'196 75.00
(mid-60's french orig. release by legendary Piano-Bluesman 'n singer shakin' loose with Ben Waters on sax, Guy Pedersen on bass & Kansas Fields on drums; ...recorded in 1962 in Paris; incl. "Kansas City", "boogie jam", "misery", "the driving wheel" (Roosevelt Sykes) ...really nice shape!!)
Blue Memphis (Barclay) M- / EX F'1970 75.00
(orig. french release superb 1970 album recorded in England w/ Peter Green, Chris Spedding, Pete Winfield, Duster Bennett, Larry Steel & Conrad Isidore; nice shape!!)
Born With The Blues (Jewel) EX / VG++ / Co. U.S.'197 55.00
(early 70's U.S. orig. release by this local Louisiana label; full-band venture feat. Carey Bell, Lowell Fulsom & S. P. Leary; incl. "my baby left me", "rockin' the house", "grinder man blues";)
Chicago Boogie-Woogie And Blues (Le Chant Du Monde) EX / EX F'196 85.00
(early-/mid-60's french orig. release by legendary Piano-Bluesman 'n singer assisted by Arbee Stidham on guitar & "Jump" Jackson on drums; incl. "down south" (7:15) "Alberta", "46th street boogie"; comes in great multifold sleeve w/lyrics printed(!)
In Life (Le Chant Du Monde) M- / M- F'196 75.00
(mid-60's french orig. release by legendary Piano-Bluesman 'n singer shakin' loose on a solo-spree  here! incl."Slim boogie woogie", "ballin' the jack", "T. B. Blues", "wish me well; great cover art, laminated jacket, nice shape!!)
South Side Reunion (Warner Brothers) VG++ / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 55.00
(early 70's U.S. orig. print in great FOC! feat. Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, A. C. Reed & Jimmy Conley on sax, Ernest Johnson on bass & Roosevelt Shaw on drums; ...bustin' out the khool via "ain't nothing but a Texas boogie on a harpsichord" (:50) and "ain't nothing but a New Orleans boogie on the same harpsichord" (:50)
South Side Reunion (Warner Brothers) EX / EX / Cc. U.S.'1972 75.00
(early 70's U.S. orig. white-label-promo print in great FOC! feat. Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, A. C. Reed & Jimmy Conley on sax, Ernest Johnson on bass & Roosevelt Shaw on drums; ...bustin' out the khool via "ain't nothing but a Texas boogie on a harpsichord" (:50) and "ain't nothing but a New Orleans boogie on the same harpsichord" (:50)
Memphis Slim & Mickey Baker
Bluesingly Yours (Polydor International) VG++ / EX U.S.'1968 65.00
(orig. U.K. print of french recordings from '67 by master piano-Bluesman & black guitar-picker; incl. "my dog is mean", "the animal in me", "Paris scene"; black label issue;)
Memphis Slim & Willie Dixon At The Village Gate (Folkways) M- / M- U.S.'1962 95.00
(early 60's orig. issue (in Top shape) of an outstanding Live performance by these two essential Blues artists; w/insert-sheet;)
The Blues Every Which Way (Verve) VG++ / EX U.S.'196 75.00
(scarce 60's U.S. release; incl. "choo choo", "4 o'clock boogie", "one more time", "after hours"; black-label stereo print;)
Same (Le Chant Du Monde) EX / M- F'196 75.00
(rare early-/mid-60's french issue of classic recordings by these 2 great Blues-masters; incl. "joggie boogie", "have you ever been to Nashville pen?", "beer drinking woman", "Chicago house rent party"; comes in nice multifold-sleeve w/lyrics printed;)
Merry Airbrakes Same (Shadoks Music) EX / EX D'1999 65.00
(CD release of below album)
Same (Shadoks Music) M / M D'1999 110.00
(there once was a dirty war yonder in Vietnam, palmin' noble goats w/dreadful gas for the sake of a bloody, besotted ram! heavy gasp 'n stifle loaded to the (eye)balls w/greens, sharp metal 'n rifle; ...BILL HOMANS a.k.a. WATERMELON SLIM was there to follow the bugle-call and to jump from his sleep for a 'xotic totem-creep and putting scars on the pole; He made it back( to the world) from Nam to recollect and gain a nifty little bag of thanks from Uncle Sam! ...with a mind weighin' heavy with achin' spell there really couldn't much be done to keep from maddenin' yell but to pick up a six-string shooter and plug to his gown gospel; Bill with his brother and friends hit the studio and took a deep look into the eyes of the bearded man, enrolled 'em maps and unleashed 10 songs from the can. ...WOODSTOCK had just devoured and was digesting the babies of the gentle revolution and its heroes were either cashin' in fast or got slowly counted out! ...But somewhere a Nam-Vet was singin' 'bout napalm, a place called Quang-Tri City and 'bout a froggie takin' a bath; ...a burnin' path steamin' with slices of Van Vliet-cut BEEF-chunks from a beastly HEART roasted in the smoulderin' halo of Father Guthrie's lost woody diary; scenes from a white-boy-blooz-pilgrimage out into swamps where strange lights are giggin' up ancient frogs; profound hollers smithened into lines for song tightly packed as by ghostly logs... songs that pour down like holy-grail-moonshine... If someone after listening to this album should still be inclined to ask for that lost ROBERTJOHNSON-song he sure can be considered bein' nuts, for somebody has already found it washed into the Mekong River Delta; he brought it home, tried his guts and put it under patronage of St. George! ...Now you may sing 'n write 'bout right 'n wrong, whereabouts of things 'n where they belong 'n fence your garden in...or... you take a drift out into meres of glanced ponder 'n kindle spark for instant wonder whilst subtle strains catch fire  'n provide some gleamin' wire for a song to forge! ...MERRY AIRBRAKES sure is part of the latter species! It's Catch 222! ...it's bigger than Lebowsky! it spills more drops of faith than a husky... cause somebody's been to hell and found his way back & there's more honesty to deal with here than you'll probably find in Santa's sack!) (limited reprint in deluxe packing; numbered edition of 450 copies on quality german label;)
Little Milton Waiting For (Stax) M- / EX '1973 36.00*
(early 70's german 2nd print of soulful Blues-album w/brass; there's a definite B.B. King influence buried in these grooves; feat. The Memphis Horns, Bobby Manuel on guitar, The Soul Children on back-up vocs;)
Sam Mitchell Bottleneck/Slide Guitar (Kicking Mule) VG++ / EX U.S.'1976 55.00
(mid-70's U.S. release of great debut album by british bottleneck/ slide-guitar 'n dobro master playin' both acoustic- 'n electric w/occasional voice 'n band-accompaniment feat. Steve York on bass & George Butler on drums; great version of Robert Johnson's "come on in my kitchen", "Earl blue" adds a funky beat! "tribute to Elmore" is mere slide-shoot-out!! back-cover has great iner-notes by Bruce Bastin... takin' a good dive into the bottleneck-guitar history! has a tablature-sheet for insert;)
Follow You Down (Kicking Mule/Sonet) EX / EX U.K.'1978 75.00
(late-70's U.S. release of great second album by british Bottleneck/ slide-guitar 'n dobro master playin' both acoustic- 'n electric! band-accompaniment feat. Steve York on bass & Jeff Rich on drums plus Charlie Musselwhite blows the harmonica on 2 selections; killer version of Robert Johnson's/trad (?) "HELLHOUND ON MY TRAIL", "(baby let me)follow you down", "chasing chickens" ...a hot-buttered swamp-funk number w/slappin' bass 'n sparklin' slide-jobs!! Ian A. Anderson wrote the liners;)
Little Brother Montgomery Tasty Blues (Prestige/Bluesville) M- / M- U.S.'196 110.00
(early 60's orig. U.S. print of excellent piano Blues-grooves w/swingin' Boogie barrels & great mellow, vibrating lead-voice; Julian Euell on bass & Lafayette Thomas cranks an also tasty guitar on "deep fried"(!) ...incl. "no special rider", "Brother's Boogie"...; pristine shape on this rarity!!)
Alex Moore Same (Arhoolie) M- / M- U.S.'196 75.00
(late 60's U.S.orig. print of 1960 recordings by texan piano-strollin 'legend w/an eccentric, shaky style & a voice that seems to wanna "going back to froggy bottom" as a song is entitled! "July Boogie" is a rattlin' shake-down... well, have ya' ever seen an armadillo wanna lassoo the worm at the bottom of a tequila bottle?? ...."Whistling" Alex Moore may provide some lines for a possible soundtrack!! great liner notes by Paul Oliver; TOP shape!)
Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons (Chess) EX / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 42.00*
(U.S. 2nd print of this fantastic double-set (in non FOC) recorded in '69 in Chicago; side 3 & 4 are recorded LIVE! GREAT line-up feat. Michael Bloomfield, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Otis Spann, Paul Butterfield, Sam Lay, Buddy Miles, Phil Upchurch...; incl. "got my mojo working" (part 1 & 2) "I'm ready", "long distance call", "mean disposition" ...one of the best examples of 20th century recorded Blues!!)
Fathers And Sons (Chess) VG++ / EX / Co. U.S.'1970 34.00*
(U.S. 2nd print of this fantastic double-set (in non FOC) recorded in '69 in Chicago; side 3 & 4 are recorded LIVE! GREAT line-up feat. Michael Bloomfield, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Otis Spann, Paul Butterfield, Sam Lay, Buddy Miles, Phil Upchurch...; incl. "got my mojo working" (part 1 & 2) "I'm ready", "long distance call", "mean disposition" ...one of the best examples of 20th century recorded Blues!!)
KIng Bee (Blue Sky) M- / M- NL'1981 36.00*
(early 80's release produced by Johnny Winter (who also plays slide guitar) ...plus Luther "Guitar" Johnson, Bob Margolin, Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton...; incl. "champagne & reefer"; w/inner-sleeve;)
Live (Chess) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1972 52.00*
(orig. orange/blue-label print of great LIVE album from the early70's; Calvin Jones on bass; incl. "blow wind blow", "nine below zero" (Sonny Boy Williamson) "Boob Boom" (John Lee Hooker)
Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live (Blue Sky) M- / M- U.S.'1979 42.00*
(late 70's U.S. LIVE-release; feat. Johnny Winter, Luther "Guitar" Johnson, Bob Margolin, Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton...; incl. a remake of "mannish boy", "baby please don't go", "deep down in Florida", "nine below zero"; w/inner-sleeve;)
Muddy Waters And The Blues (Chess/MCA) M- / M- U.S.'1989 36.00*
(orig. U.S. late 80's print of '66 recordings feat. James Cotton, Otis Spann, Sammy Lawhorn & Pee Wee Madison on guitars...; w/brass;)
They Call Me (Chess) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1977 42.00*
(U.S. orange/blue label 2nd-print of scarce 60's album; one song is called "Howling Wolf", "crawling kingsnake", "blind man"...; Pete Welding contributed the liner-notes;)
Unk In Funk (Chess) M- / M- / Co. U.S.'1977 65.00
(orig. U.S. orange/blue label print of great 70's effort; feat. Pinetop Perkins on piano, Luther Johnson & Bob Margolin on guitars, Carey Bell blows the harp...; incl. "rollin' & tumblin'", Walter Jacobs' "everything gonna be alright"; NICE shape!)
The Muddy Waters Blues Band
Luther Gorgia Boy Snake Johnson (Douglas) EX / EX U.S.'1968 65.00
(late 60's U.S. print of great stuff by legendary Blues combo feat. Otis Spann, Luther Johnson, George "Mojo" Bruford (harmonica) Sammy Langhorn(g) & Francis Clay on drums; incl. "chicken shack", "mud in your ear", "mini dress"...; a scarce piece o' vinyl in nice sleeve;)
Muddy Waters & Howlin' Wolf
London Revisited (Chess) VG++ / VG++ U.S.'1974 52.00
(orig. U.S. print of mid-70's release of U.K. -recorded jams w/both artists having one side each; feat. Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts, Hubert Sumlin, Rory Gallagher, Carey Bell, Mitch Mitchell, Steve Winwood...; incl. a 7:41 version of  "Highway 41" (McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters!) FOC w/comix-styled design;)
Archibald Musclefingers,Jr. Honky Tonk Piano (Time) EX / VG++ U.S.'169 42.00*
(late 60's orig. release of smokin' Ragtime piano by a true master of the genre; ...it's classic Honky Tonk w/ a piano-sound evoking the steam 'n sweat in some hazy ballroom...; some songs have a Dixieland group backing; sleeve is a painting of the artist in action!)
Charlie Musselwhite Goin' Back Down South (Arhoolie) EX / EX U.S.'1974 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of mid-70's release by harmonica-wizard; feat. Skip Rose on piano/organ, Gerald Pedersen (b) Robben Ford...; one session took place in '71 ...the other at Wally Heider studios in San Francisco in '74; incl."crazy for my baby", "blue steel", "on the spot boogie", "cut you loose";)
Takin' My Time (Arhoolie) EX / EX U.S.'1971 55.00
(orig. U.S. print of fine  early 70's effort by harmonica-wizard; feat. Skip Rose on piano/organ, Gerald Pedersen (b) Robben Ford on guitar, Patrick Ford on drums; incl. "wild, wild woman", "finger lickin' good",  "highway blues";)

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