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As ever, Jon Spencer tells the tales, Judah Bauer plays the blues, and Russell Simins smashes things to bits…
And as always Blues Explosion stomp on the faux underground oasis peddled by bourgeois hipsters and marketing jocks to deliver the real deal — rock’n’roll that is unapologetically nasty and strong.
This two-disc collection features the best of the Argo recordings between 19, including Etta James, Clarence 'Frogman' Henry, Mel Robbins and many more. Featured here are 25 tracks, some are stereo and alternate takes are also included.
BIG TOP RECORDS Best of the Rest - Volume 1 Volume 1 from Big Top Records featuring the best of the rest.
Features the Darchaes, Decoys, Vilons, Starlites & others. Features the Del Counts, Five Sounds, Lincolns, Roulettes & others. Features the Carousels, Concepts, Veltones & others. AMY RECORDS STORY - Riders In the Sky Instrumentals, dance crazes and novelty songs.
All these were part and parcel of early-Sixties US pop, and all found a home at Amy Records. ANGLETONE RECORDS - GOLDEN ERA OF DOO WOPS Celebrates the groups of Angletone Records. APT RECORDS STORY - Gangster of Love The Apt Records story, from 1958 to 1962. ARCADE RECORDS - ARCADE & STORY UNTOLD Record Labels Two record labels on one CD...Arcade and Story Untold labels. ARGO RECORDS STORY - Book of Love Argo Records was set up as a subsidiary of the Chicago, Illinois-based Chess label in December 1955.
Grab yourself free passes with an early purchase of FREEDOM TOWER from Other Music NOW.
JERSEY CITY: 03.25 / WFMU at Monty Hall Tickets on sale here.
20th FOX RECORDS - Doo Wops of - Volume 2 Volume 2 - the doo wops of 20th Fox Records - featuring the Silhouettes, Richard Barrett, Majestics, Royal Jacks, Snappers and many more of your favorites. ALADDIN STORY - Let The Good Times Roll Let the good times roll with the very best Aladdin Records has to offer.
Features Lihjtnin Hopkins, Thurston Harris, Shirley & Lee and many many more. ALJON RECORDS - Volume 1 Al Browne of Brooklyn, New York was active in the music industry which prompted him to create the Aljon label. Al Browne of Brooklyn, New York was active in the music industry which prompted him to create the Aljon label. Al Browne of Brooklyn, New York was active in the music industry which prompted him to create the Aljon label.
Includes tracks by Tony Middleton, Curtis Lee, Dellwoods, Don Covay and many others. BIM BAM BOOM: GOLDEN DOO WOPS of - Volume 1 A compilation of your favorite artists from the 'Bim Bam Boom' record label. BIM BAM BOOM: GOLDEN DOO WOPS of - Volume 2 Volume 2 - a compilation of your favorite artists from the 'Bim Bam Boom' record label. CADENCE RECORDS STORY - Poetry In Motion The Cadence Records label was founded in December 1952 in New York by arranger and bandleader Archie Bleyer, musical director for American radio and television personality Arthur Godfrey. 7 Number seven of the series - a salute the great performers of the Cameo-Parkway label.