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Blues Project, The - Parchman Farm / Bright Lights, Big City
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    NOW ON COLORED VINYL! In their relatively short lifespan, the visionary Blues Project -- which included fabled guitar master Danny Kalb and legendary keyboardist Al Kooper -- pioneered a dynamic fusion of blues, folk-rock, psychedelia and improvisational instrumentals. Featured here is the band's raw 'n mighty readings of a pair of blues classics, Mose Allison's "Parchman Farm" and Jimmy Reed's "Bright Lights, Big City." Sundazed is proud to present these two tracks for the first time on...

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      The Blues Project was one of the most innovative and influential bands of the 1960s. Rising from the vibrant Greenwich Village music scene, the New York quintet created a visionary fusion of electric blues, folk-rock, jazz and psychedelia, and delivered it with gritty, effortless expertise. 1966's Projections is generally regarded as the Blues Project's best--the studio album features the legendary lineup of keyboardist Al Kooper, guitarists Danny Kalb and Steve Katz, bassist Andy Kulberg and...

      Diddley, Bo - BO DIDDLEY - LP
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        ESSENTIAL? ESSENTIAL.It's tempting to say that Bo Diddley recorded 11 full-length albums, each one better than the last; but that would be denying the pure, unsurpassed genius of his first, Bo Diddley.Music historians have wasted so many perfectly good words trying to explain the significance of Bo Diddley. "Bo Diddley liberated the blues from the 12-bar form and melded it to an insistent, infectious rhumba beat," they bleat. "Diddley was the progenitor of all that was to come in the evolution...

        Diddley, Bo - Bo Diddley Is A... Lover - Vinyl - Mono Edition
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          Delivering a devastating punch to rock's early '60s doldrums, Bo Diddley Is a Lover bursts at the seams with Bo's uncompromising, rockin' beat. Yep. Industry and the government may have cleaned up fellow '50s rockers like Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Elvis and Gene Vincent, but they didn't get to Bo -- a defiant rocker to the core. By the time of the 1961 sessions for this album, Bo had relocated from Chicago to DC, to record at his own home studio. He used his artistic freedom to his complete...

          Diddley, Bo - Have Guitar Will Travel - Vinyl - Mono Edition
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            Good Lord. Bo Diddley came out with all guns blazing on his floor-rattling romp from 1960, Have Guitar Will Travel. The LP would become a blueprint for SO much great rock 'n' roll that followed: the Stones covered "Mona" in 1965, the Masters Apprentices walloped "Dancing Girl," the Downliners Sect blasted through "Nursery Rhyme," and "Cops and Robbers" even named one of the baddest mid-'60s UK R&B combos ever! Really... Who in the hell wouldn't be inspired by hearing this opus that followed on...

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            Item #: LP 5494 -

              Shake 'em up! R&B from the vaults of King/Federal Records! Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Steve Cropper all have cited Five Royales' guitarist and songwriter Lowman Pauling as a major influence! Tracks like "It Hurts Inside" and "Wonder Where Your Love Has Gone" highlight his taught, stinging style with solos that served as lessons for budding guitarists everywhere. Sundazed is proud to reissue The Five Royales' from 1959-- pressed on audiophile quality vinyl by RTI and sourced...

              Fulsom, Lowell - In A Heavy Bag LP
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                What's in a name? In Lowell Fulson's case, plenty! During his long and storied career he recorded under his own name as well as Lowell Fullsom and Lowell Fulsom. Done so for business reasons, there was no hiding his true identity once he began to sing and play. An Oklahoma native, Fulson grew up with equal doses of Bob Wills and Texas blues and soon became the leading proponent of the West Coast blues sound. A triple threat as a singer/writer/guitar player, Fulson recorded for many labels,...

                Isley Brothers, Isley - Twist & Shout LP
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                  Raw, raucous R&B gem!The Isley Brothers are one of the most enduring and influential acts in American music, building a prodigious body of innovative, infectious work that's broadened rhythm and blues' creative boundaries while keeping the combo at the forefront for more than half a century. For many listeners, though, there's no beating the Isleys' raw, raucous early work, which combined gospel fervor and roadhouse grit to create rousing, transcendent music.The Isley Brothers' 1962 hit "Twist...

                  King, Freddy (Freddie) - Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instrumentals
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                    All-instrumental LP from the guitarist idolized by Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Stevie Ray Vaughan and many others. Vinyl Pressed at R.T.I. Freddie King's second all-instrumental album, Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instrumentals, originally released in 1965 on King Records' Federal subsidiary, continued the artist's winning streak, with such memorable King originals as "Manhole," "Freeway 75," "Low Tide" and "Funnybone." The 12-song LP demonstrates once again why King was one of his...

                    Mayall, John and the Blues Breakers - Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton MONO Edition CD
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                      The most influential British blues album of all time, featuring Eric Clapton.1966's seminal Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton marked John Mayall's emergence as a major recording artist, as well as his commercial breakthrough. The 12-song LP, considered by many to be the most influential British blues album of all time, marked the official introduction of Mayall's long-running, ever-evolving combo the Bluesbreakers. Mayall shares the spotlight here with soon-to-be-superstar guitarist Eric...

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                        Shake 'em up! R&B from the vaults of King/Federal Records! The lascivious pen of Henry "Hank" Ballard was responsible for many risque odes, including The Midnighters' "Work With Me Annie," "Sexy Ways," and "Get It," major R&B hits of the early '50s all included on 1956's Their Greatest Hits! The FCC banned several of the band's songs from airplay, which only made them that much more desirable for the growing teenage market, and this Sundazed edition--pressed on audiophile vinyl at RTI--is the...

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                          • First-ever CD version of this massively influential album! • Performing select US dates summer 2019! Calypso King Of The World! Bob Marley has been quoted as saying “When I heard Mighty Sparrow sing 'The Slave,' I knew what I wanted to do with my music.” The prolific and incendiary Sparrow creates calypso sounds so mighty that they’ve won him multiple titles of Calypso King in his native Trinidad. Recorded almost immediately after cessation of his RCA contract, this first-ever reissue of his...

                          Mighty Sparrow, The - The Slave - LP
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                            • First-ever LP reissue of this massively influential album!• Cut at Cohearant Audio by Kevin Gray and pressed on red vinyl at Third Man Pressing Detroit!• Performing select US dates summer 2019! Calypso King Of The World! Bob Marley has been quoted as saying “When I heard Mighty Sparrow sing 'The Slave,' I knew what I wanted to do with my music.” The prolific and incendiary Sparrow creates calypso sounds so mighty that they’ve won him multiple titles of Calypso King in his native Trinidad....

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                              A lost studio recording from a legendary blues man! Recorded in 1969, legitimately available for the first time ever! The bluesman's best, captured in the studio! Buford originals and tried-and-true tunes! Bluesman George “Mojo” Buford started blowing the harmonica in his teens, eventually linking up to tour with fellow Mississippian Muddy Waters. Adopting his nickname from ravenous crowds requesting Muddy’s “Got My Mojo Working,” Buford gained the attention of some gifted young rockers...

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                              Item #: CD-ANTHRO-103 -

                                A lost studio recording from a legendary blues man! Recorded in 1969, legitimately available for the first time ever! The bluesman's best, captured in the studio! Buford originals and tried-and-true tunes! Bluesman George “Mojo” Buford started blowing the harmonica in his teens, eventually linking up to tour with fellow Mississippian Muddy Waters. Adopting his nickname from ravenous crowds requesting Muddy’s “Got My Mojo Working,” Buford gained the attention of some gifted young rockers...

                                Prime Movers Blues Band - Self Titled - CD Features Iggy!
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                                  UNISSUED GRITTY & GRINDIN’ BLUES! Formed in the summer of 1965 by brothers Michael and Dan Erlewine, The Prime Movers Blues Band’s dedication was the stuff of legend. Refusing to adopt a faux British Invasion look and turning down an offer from Motown, they played their style of Chicago-inspired blues relentlessly around the Detroit area. Featuring the “raw power” of a young James Osterberg on drums (who also lends vocals on their sizzling styling of “I’m A Man”), this first-ever collection of...

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                                    Vinyl Pressed at R.T.I. An arresting, singular chanteuse, Lula Reed beat out 50 other contestants in an audition for Sonny Thompson's band at the Toledo Auditorium. Following her victory, 22-year old Reed trekked down to Cincinnati with future husband Thompson to record for Syd Nathan's King Records. These sessions yielded two Billboard Top Ten R&B singles, "Let's Call It a Day" (#7) and "I'll Drown in My Tears" (#5). These songs plus ten more smokin' sides are collected on Blue and Moody...

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                                    Item #: LP-ANTHRO-104 -

                                      • FIRST EVER REISSUE OF THIS ‘66 LP! • CUT BY KEVIN GRAY AND PRESSED AT RTI! • SLIM’S SWAGGERING MONO SWAMP BLUES! The quintessential swamp blues specimen in its mighty mono glory! Slim Harpo’s swamp blues stylings earned him almost instantaneous success, his first single quickly becoming a blues standard and later a British Invasion darling. Originally released on Nashville’s Excello Records, Slim’s ’66 LP is full of his signature harmonica and nasal tenor, its double entendre-laced title...

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                                      Item #: LP-SUND-5604LEC -

                                        • 50th Anniversary Edition, pressed on white vinyl! • First ever US pressing of this slab of heavy rock! • Packaged in a replica of the 1971 gatefold jacket with the original insert reimagined as an obi! Stack Waddy's debut album is one of the "must hear" discs of the early 1970s, an uncompromising roar that might cavort through that shell-shocked no man's land that sprawls between Captain Beefheart and the Edgar Broughton Band, but which winds up defiantly beholden to absolutely nothing else...

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                                        Item #: MH-8098 -

                                          UNISSUED GRITTY & GRINDIN’ BLUES! Formed in the summer of 1965 by brothers Michael and Dan Erlewine, The Prime Movers Blues Band’s dedication was the stuff of legend. Refusing to adopt a faux British Invasion look and turning down an offer from Motown, they played their style of Chicago-inspired blues relentlessly around the Detroit area. Featuring the “raw power” of a young James Osterberg on drums (who also lends vocals on their sizzling styling of “I’m A Man”), this first-ever collection of...

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                                          LTD Color!
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                                          Item #: LP-SUND-5268X -

                                            The electrifying Ten Years After! A premium RTI Pressing on purple vinyl, from the original U.K. MONO masters! Ten Years After's eponymous debut hit the door with a loud thud. Undead cracked it. And with 1969's Stonedhenge, they knocked it down with authority, stormed the palace and showed the world that they were indeed a major act. Stonedhenge was where Ten Years After really came into their own with originals. "Hear Me Calling" is brilliant modern blues on par with the best of early...

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                                            Item #: LP-SUND-5266X -

                                              Now on colored vinyl! The electrifying Ten Years After! A premium RTI Pressing, from the original U.K. MONO masters! Ten Years After's self-titled debut hit the British blues scene with the subtlety and precision of a wrecking ball in 1967, serving notice that what had once been confined to steamy haunts in London was now there for the world to hear. And by the time the band electrified half a million hippies at Woodstock two years later, the world was roaring its approval. Cut live with...