Record Store Day 2024

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Recorded live from the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge: Olivia Rodrigo covers Noah Kahan’s breakout hit “Stick Season”, while Kahan delivers his stunning rendition of “Lacy” from Rodrigo’s sophomore album GUTS. Available on 7” colored vinyl for Record Store Day. 

Side A: Olivia Rodrigo 'Stick Season' (cover)
Side B: Noah Kahan 'Lacy' (cover)

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Los Hermanos Cosmico Live at Pappy + Harriet's
September 29th and 30th 2020
Cosmic California from Chris Robinson and members of Beachwood Sparks

Recorded live under moonlit desert skies while the world sheltered away. Chris Robinson led a cosmic cast of California friends through the catalog of the CRB along with songs from Beachwood Sparks and other hand-picked revivals.
This 3 LP set pressed at RTI and housed in a Stoughton gatefold jacket includes a replica of the show poster.

Los Hermanos Cosmico are:

Chris Robinson
Brent Rademaker - Beachwood Sparks, GospelbeacH
Farmer Dave Scher - Beachwood Sparks, Farmer Dave and the Wizards of the West, The Skiffle Players
Ben Knight - Beachwood Sparks, Farmer Dave and the Wizards of the West
Camilla Saufley - Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound
Barry Sless - David Nelson Band, Moonalice, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros
Alex Koford - The Terrapin Family Band, Grateful Shred

Track    Track Title            Original Artist
A1    Someday Past The Sunset    CRB
A2    This Is What It Feels Like    Beachwood Sparks
A3    Canyon Ride            Beachwood Sparks

B1    Its Gonna Be Easy        Doug Sahm
B2    Phantom Limb        Chris Robinson
B3    California Hymn        CRB
B4    Baby Lemonade        Syd Barrett

C1    Motion Pictures        Neil Young
C2    Talk About Lonesome    Beachwood Sparks
C3    Dice Game            CRB

D1    Wichita Rain            Chris Robinson
D2    Magic Potion            The Open Mind
D3    Celluloid Heroes        The Kinks

E1    Glow                CRB
E2    Stars Fell On California    CRB
E3    Sunday Sound        Chris Robinson

F1    Bab'lone Nights        Farmer Dave Scher
F2    Cosmic Dancer        T Rex

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*limited to 1200 copies pressed on transparent cherry vinyl
*old school, tip-on jacket
*includes the original recording of RICHARD TUCKER'S song, Are you Leaving For The Country, which was covered by KAREN DALTON on her 1971 LP, In My Own Time
*includes the only song RICHARD TUCKER and KAREN DALTON wrote together; "Sleeping In The Garden"

"For a few years in the late sixties and early seventies Richard Cam & Bert ruled MacDougal St. walking a fine line between the increasingly commercialized demands created by groups like Crosby Stills and Nash and the fierce integrity of earlier folk performers, the generation to which Richard belonged. They managed this with great aplomb, producing original tunes of great integrity and obvious folkloric origins, as well as those which expressed the anarchic omnipresent psychedelia of the moment. They also never abandoned the idea of including some traditional material in their performances. But for the usual random application of luck they could have been very big." --Grungie O’Muck / Artist, Bluesman, Cover artist for their first album and contributor to this one.

Richard Tucker, Campbell Bruce, and Bert Lee coalesced as a trio in the spring of 1968, and by the end of that year had become regular performers at fabled Greenwich Village nightspots - The Gaslight, The Bag I’m In, Cafe Feenjon, The Underground, and The Olive Tree, among others.  But mostly they were street singers, busking regularly in Central Park. Their only LP, Limited Edition, was released in 1970, and sold only at gigs and on the street. Original copies of the album are now rare collectibles (the LP was reissued digitally in 2014).  

Somewhere in The Stars compiles some of the band’s earlier, previously unreleased recordings, when all three members were signed with Peer-Southern Music Publishers as writers and began using their recording studio to make demos and experiment musically.  Beautifully recorded by house engineer Charlie Mack, and supervised by Jimmy Ienner, who’d signed them to Peer-Southern, the demos capture a back-room casualness and rustic, homespun quality that is as welcoming as it is timeless.  Some of the songs were re-recorded the following year for Limited Edition, but many are heard here for the first time.  Among them is the original demo for Richard Tucker's song, “Are You Leaving For The Country,” which Karen Dalton covered on her seminal 1971 release, In My Own Time.  Richard and Karen were husband and wife for much of the 1960s, performing as a duo (initially as a trio with Tim Hardin), and navigating their time on the Village scene while alternating living in a small gold mining town outside Boulder, Co. before splitting up in 1967. 

Also making its debut is the only song Richard and Karen ever wrote together, the haunting “Sleeping In The Garden.” Although Karen Dalton wrote poetry and prose, she did not consider herself a songwriter, but the lyric, “If you keep sleeping until the end, you'll have to dream it all over again" evokes pure Karen.  Somewhere In The Stars also contains two songs by Cam (“One Of These First Nights” and “Stockholm”) that weren't included on their album, but were staples of their live performances, as noted in a gig review by The New York Times, and in a column by future A&R hero Karin Berg, who was an early champion.  Another rarity on this album is the only cover of “Sweet Mama” by Fred Neil we’ve ever heard. 

Campbell Bruce came to New York in 1967 as lead singer with a band from Washington, DC, The Natty Bumpo.  They’d recently signed a record deal with Phillips, but were falling apart.  Cam landed in the Village with an acoustic guitar and first started playing and singing in the basket houses, and shortly thereafter at The Gaslight, as the "Cam Bruce Trio” (which included Collin Walcott).  After opening for Mose Allison, Cam's hero, the trio went their separate ways, and Cam returned to regular solo gigs at The Flamenco, and the basket houses on Bleecker.  Richard and Cam met up on that scene and quickly found a musical kinship as well as becoming best pals.  

Bert Lee arrived in New York as a runaway the following winter, and began playing and sleeping wherever he could.  His sometime accompanist, Ron Price, introduced Bert to Richard and Cam just as Bert’s own songs were garnering attention from publishers.  According to Bert, “I arrived on the New York scene during a time of great change, and it was the notion of change that influenced me.  All around me I saw there were two sorts of songwriters, on the one hand dedicated to the traditions that had inspired them, folk, jazz, the American songbook.  On the other hand were songwriters influenced by the wave of experimentation that The Beatles were the perfect example of.  Mixing genres, writing lyrics that weren't just about ordinary love and loss.

Richard Tucker was a country blues player, with a relaxed and melodic approach to the craft.  Cam wrote something more akin to soul songs, with a hint of jazz in the changes.  I was writing tunes that sometimes drew on classical structures with a tendency toward what I suppose would be known as prog-rock.  But I was rather adamant about not being pinned down stylistically, and so I would write, for example, a song based on some complex classical chord structure, and then go right ahead and write a simple folk song, like “Evelyn”. Our band was popular locally, and it was this variety that made it distinct.”

One of the group’s biggest fans was the late Kate McGarrigle, who in 2009 shared a hilarious story with Delmore about playing their LP incessantly in the mid / late 1970s, often until a very young Martha and Rufus pleaded with her in unison to “play anything but Richard Cam and Bert!”

"Richard, Cam & Bert seem to have grasped The Great Harmony. That is, ensemble singing that is at once sweet, precise, funky and a bit sardonic - as country things should be"
-Mike Jahn / New York Times  

"The trio's singing, playing, and writing have all withstood the test of time. Believe me, because I was there. In 1969 R,C&B, myself, Charles John Quarto, David Bromberg, Ron Price, and Keith Sykes were just a few of that year's crop of song-slingers. We were young turks back then, out on the prowl in New York's Greenwich Village for record deals, gigs, and beautiful young women to sleep with and maybe even write a song about. I've lost the names and numbers of those lovelies and I'm not sure what happened to Ron Price, but Richard, Cam, and Bert are back! - Loudon Wainwright lll

Delmore is excited to present this unearthed treasure, fifteen years in the making.  In the words of Richard Tucker, "Tap on your knee, roll on the floor; if you aint free, what's it all for?"

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Limited Edition of 1500 green 180 gram 2xLP includes a full bonus LP of Rarities and unseen photos and memorabilia, curated by Rick Sims and David Landis. The recklessness and abandon that got me into punk in the first place... a teetering train about to off the rails. I couldn't wait to hear what was next. - Dexter Holland (The Offspring) The best Rock and Roll band of the 80s. - Steve Albini (Shellac, Big Black) Kick Ass Rock and Roll... I'm in love! - Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys). Didjits began in Champaign-Urbana in 1985. Rick Sims (vocals/guitar) and brother, Brad Sims (drums) recruited bassist Doug Evans to complete the three-piece. They recorded two albums before Touch and Go picked them up in 1988. By this time Rick Sims had transformed into the notorious frontman, Rick Didjit, whose on-stage antics were only as famous as his frequently hilarious wardrobe of unconventional suits. The band's straight-up fast brand of rock didn't sound like much else the label was putting out at the time, but nonetheless, they attracted a large cult following.
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Boo-Tay, originally released in September of 1998 on the now defunct alt./punk/metal label Immortal Records, is the first full album featuring the son of country music great Bobby Bare. Unleashing a southern fried cowpunk garage rock sound with electric dulcimer, Bare Jr. is “the best y’alternative band you never heard of,'' according to bassist Dean Tomasek. The band consisted of Bobby Bare, Jr. on lead vocals and guitar, Tomasek on bass, Keith Brogdon on drums, Tracy Hackney on dulcimer and harmonica, along with Nashville independent record store’s own Michael “Grimey” Grimes on lead guitar.
For Record Store Day 2024, it’s available for the first time on vinyl, and this 2xLP set includes the original Peter Collins-produced album along with the promotional live EP Custom Gauge Electric, and early demos when they were known as Bobby Joe and the Metros.

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G. Love & Special Sauce’s legendary self-titled debut album has been remastered and newly expanded for its 30th anniversary. Along with the classic 14-song original album, this expanded edition boasts a fourth side of rare versions and live tracks on vinyl for the first time. Available for Record Store Day 2024 on light blue vinyl.

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Marking the 30th anniversary of Nas' Illmatic, the Remixes and Rarities LP, a limited edition collector's item that pays homage to one of the greatest Hip-Hop albums of all time, is available for Record Store Day 2024. Unearthed from the archives, this release features carefully selected remixes and rare tracks that add a new dimension to the iconic Illmatic experience. Immerse yourself in the evolution of Nas' artistry with this exclusive release, housed in a specially designed package that captures the essence of the album's enduring legacy. Commemorate three decades of Hip-Hop excellence with this must-have addition to your vinyl collection.

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Throughout the '90s, the crossover and blending of styles and artists was ever-present, specifically in the genres of hip-hop and rock. Taking that a step further, mixing techno with nu-metal, breakbeat with rap, and DnB with hard rock, was 1997's soundtrack to the film Spawn. To match the dystopian wasteland aesthetics of the film, this double LP is pressed on smoky red vinyl, and features the likes of Metallica, The Prodigy, Tom Morello, Cypress Hill, Moby and Slayer, just to name a few. 

Take the plunge deep into hell with Spawn and his foes for this sonic beatdown of a soundtrack on Record Store Day 2024!

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Wilco’s legendary 2011 album, now on three LPs, expanded to include all related single, EP and bonus tracks plus a selection from The Loft's archive of live in-studio performances and previously unreleased alternate mixes and demos. This special Record Store Day 2024 release includes Wilco classics "Art of Almost", "Dawned on Me”, "Sunloathe” and many others.

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In April 2023, scores of artists spanning genres and generations came together with Willie Nelson to celebrate the legend's 90th birthday for a once-in-a-lifetime event at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. This double LP on black vinyl, released for Record Store Day 2024, is the second volume of highlights from these two legendary shows. Artists performing songs from every era of his unparalleled seven-decade career include Willie plus The Avett Brothers, Edie Brickell, Rosanne Cash, Sheryl Crow, Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris, Warren Haynes, Daniel Lanois, Lyle Lovett, Shooter Jennings, Jack Johnson, Jamey Johnson, Booker T. Jones, Kris Kristofferson, Lukas Nelson, Particle Kid, Orville Peck, Margo Price, Nathanial Rateliff, Keith Richards, Charlie Sexton, Snoop Dogg, George Strait, Billy Strings and Dwight Yoakam.
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A tribute to one of the greatest songwriters & artists of our time

Features newly recorded covers from Keith Richards, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Rufus Wainwright, Lucinda Williams, Maxim Ludwig & Angel Olsen, Rickie Lee Jones, Mary Gauthier, Bobby Rush, Automatic, The Afghan Whigs, and Rosanne Cash

Special Record Store Day Edition pressed on Silver Nugget wax and housed in a silver laminated jacket. Booklet features liner notes by compilation producer & former Lou Reed publicist Bill Bentley, featuring photos by Mick Rock and Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

"To me, Lou stood out. The real deal! Something important to American music and to ALL MUSIC! I miss him and his dog." - Keith Richards

“Lou seemed fearless to me, like he’d rather die than be a people-pleaser. I took inspiration from that.” - Rosanne Cash

“Lou Reed is my earliest influence, my introduction to punk rock, and the soundtrack to the beginning of my romance with Maxim.” - Angel Olsen

"Lou Reed has been gone now for many years. He's one of the few people whom I miss as much now as when he left. There are so many instances where I wonder what he would say or what he would think. His general aura would always lend something really unique to the room. Thank God he left his great music and recordings. His personality is sorely missed. Love you, Lou." - Rufus Wainwright

It goes without saying that the legendary Lou Reed was a true rock ’n’ roll pioneer. From The Velvet Underground’s debut in 1967 all the way through the end of his days, Reed sang truth from his heart. He lived life to the limit—and then some. The Power of the Heart is a tribute to Reed’s freedom of expression with covers spanning his ground-breaking years with the Velvets into his majestic solo career. Each track is a glorious extension of the Rock ’n’ Roll Animal’s soul, ever adventurous and avant-garde.

The Power of the Heart: A Tribute to Lou Reed kicks off with a legend in his own right, Keith Richards, reimagining the Velvets’ classic, “I’m Waiting for the Man.” Richards’ rendition instantly invites you on board this unforgettable ride. In stark contrast, “Perfect Day” is somehow even more melancholy than the original given the Rufus Wainwright treatment, featuring sparse fingerpicking and gentle harmonies. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts deliver a version of “I'm So Free” that would have even Lou rockin’ in his grave. It’s thrilling to hear these songs reinterpreted and sung by such heavyweights; you can even hear as Lucinda Williams channels the spirit of Lou with her take on “Legendary Hearts.”

Other notable tracks include a punk-drunk, loved-up duet by real-life lovers Angel Olsen & Maxim Ludwig with “I Can’t Stand It,” and Rickie Lee Jones’ reimagining of “Walk on the Wild Side,” both whimsical and enticing with her whispery vocals, stripped-down percussion, and a piano fit for a late-night lounge. This tribute album truly defies genre, but its throughline, in the end, is its heart: a deeply thoughtful collection of songs that shaped a generation, each paying homage to a man whose body of work still sings.

A1 Keith Richards - I'm Waiting for the Man
A2 Maxim Ludwig & Angel Olsen - I Can't Stand It
A3 Rufus Wainwright - Perfect Day
A4 Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - I'm So Free
A5 Bobby Rush - Sally Can't Dance
A6 Rickie Lee Jones - Walk on the Wild Side
B1 The Afghan Whigs - I Love You, Suzanne
B2 Mary Gauthier - Coney Island Baby
B3 Lucinda Williams - Legendary Hearts
B4 Automatic - New Sensations
B5 Rosanne Cash - Magician

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Less than two weeks after “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’” made it to the top of the charts, Nancy was back in the studio working on the follow-up. With a newfound confidence and a fresh batch of songs, How Does That Grab You? is a snapshot that captures the fun, creativity, and genius of an artist embracing her moment. The album includes the sparse masterpiece “Bang, Bang,” the Boots-esque “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?” and Nancy & Lee Hazlewood’s very first duet, the proto-psychedelic “Sand.”

Equal parts strong, sultry, and savvy, Nancy Sinatra has long been ahead of her time—both in her choices as an artist and as a businesswoman. Unapologetically, she established her own path early on and paved the way for decades of female artists to come—all while firmly maintaining control over her career, her image, and her music. In 1965, Nancy Sinatra changed the face of music, fashion, and culture.

-The definitive vinyl reissue of the Nancy’s 1966 sophomore album
-Contains the hits “Bang, Bang,” “Sand” and “How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?”
-Special Record Store Day Exclusive pressed on Orange Cream wax
-Features audio freshly remastered from the original analog tapes by GRAMMY®-nominated engineer John Baldwin
-Includes two bonus tracks: “The Last Of The Secret Agents?” and the previously unreleased “If Things Don’t Start Picking Up”
-Beautifully packaged and expanded gatefold LP with 20-page booklet featuring Q&A with Nancy & GRAMMY®-nominated co-producer Hunter Lea PLUS never-before-seen photos from Nancy Sinatra’s personal archive

A1 Not the Lovin’ Kind
A2 The Shadow of Your Smile
A3 Sorry ’Bout That
A4 Time
A5 Sand
A6 Crying Time
B1 My Baby Cried All Night Long
B2 Let It Be Me
B3 Call Me
B4 How Does That Grab You, Darlin’?
B5 Bang, Bang
B6 The Last Of The Secret Agents? (non-album b-side)
B7 If Things Don’t Start Picking Up (session outtake)

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The Doors of Perception is among the most experimental and innovative releases by famed jazz vibraphonist Dave Pike. Recorded in 1966 and released in 1970, the album finds Pike indulging in full-fledged psychedelic jazz, with trippy grooves and a new sound. Produced by Herbie Mann, The Doors of Perception features an all-star cast of musicians, including Eddie Daniels, Lee Konitz, Don Friedman, and Chuck Israel. Their talents are complemented by a wide range of sound effects, from echo chambers to piped-in applause to thunderstorms to fuzzy distortion, making for a dynamic and unique listening experience.
For Record Store Day 2024, The Doors Of Perception is presented in a unique blue swirl colored vinyl pressing.

A Side
1. Free Improvisation
2. The Drifter
3. The Doors Of Perception
B Side
1. Ballad
2. Anticipation

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Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit) is the fourth studio album by legendary Detroit hip-hop group Slum Village, released in 2004. The first single from Detroit Deli was "Selfish," produced by and featuring Kanye West, with John Legend providing vocals on the chorus. The song was the group's highest charting single.
The album kept Slum Village’s long run of hit albums intact and remains a semi-slept-on gem in the group’s amazing catalog. Detroit Deli (A Taste Of Detroit) is presented in a clear with orange splatter pressing exclusively for RSD 2024.
“A breakthrough for Slum Village” - Vibe Magazine
Production from J Dilla, B.R. Gunna, Black Milk, Kanye West, T3, and Young RJ.
Featuring Ol’Dirty Bastard, Dwele, MC Breed, John Legend, Black Milk, Phat Kat and even a rare microphone appearance from J Dilla himself!

A Side
1. Zoom (feat. Phat Kat)
2. Do You (feat. MC Breed)
3. Dirty (feat. Dirt McGirt)
4. Late 80's Skit
5. Selfish (feat. John Legend & Kanye West)
6. Closer
7. Old Girl/Shining Star
B Side
1. Keep Holding On
2. It's On (feat. Big Herk & MC Breed)
3. The Hours
4. Things We Do (feat. Dwele)
5. Count The Ways (feat. J Dilla)
6. Reunion

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The fourth studio album by the legendary Boogie Down Productions. Originally released in 1990, this album features production from D-Nice as well as KRS-One himself. KRS’ unmatched lyricism comes correct over hard boom-bap beats as he touches on topics that include materialism, racism, police corruption and violence and more. So it’s fitting that many of the skits--billed here as “exhibits”--feature civil rights pioneer Kwame Ture (previously known as Stokely Carmichael) so as to complement the conscious lyricism of KRS-ONE.
The release went on to be certified Gold within months. This is the first time Edutainment has seen an LP release since 1990, an opaque black and canary yellow pressing on double vinyl for Record Store Day 2024.

A Side
1. Exhibit A
2. Blackman In Effect
3. Ya Know the Rules
4. Exhibit B
5. Beef
6. House Nigga's

B Side
1. Exhibit C
2. Love's Gonna Get'cha (Material Love)
3. 100 Guns
4. Ya Strugglin'

C Side
1. Breath Control II
2. Exhibit D
3. Edutainment
4. The Homeless
5. Exhibit E
6. The Kenny Parker Show
D Side
1. Original Lyrics
2. The Racist
3. Exhibit F
4. Ya Know the Rules (Remix)

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Recorded live at the Blues Festival in Oberhausen, West Germany 1963, this is the first vinyl reissue since the original pressing on the UK blues label Red Lightnin' in 1986. These 11 songs feature Memphis Slim and Sonny Boy Williamson backed by Matt "Guitar" Murphy (the Blues Brother), Willie Dixon, and drummer Bill Stepney. This particular show was formerly quite rare, and captures some truly smoking performances, particularly Memphis Slim's rarely-heard "I Wrote This Song", and Sonny Boy Williamson's "All My Love In Vain.”

These incredible blues recordings are being remastered and reissued on heavyweight transparent blue vinyl for Record Store Day, in honor of their 60th anniversary.

A1 - Memphis Slim - Wish Me Well
A2 - Memphis Slim - I Wrote This Song
A3 - Memphis Slim - All By Myself
A4 - Sonny Boy Williamson - 99
A5 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Bye Bye Bird
A6 - Memphis Slim - In The Evening
B1 - Matt Murphy - Groovin' On Bounce
B2 - Matt Murphy - Taking Off
B3 - Sonny Boy Williamson - All My Love In Vain
B4 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Your Funeral And My Trial
B5 - Sonny Boy Williamson - Don't Start Me To Talkin'

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This rare vintage Earl Hooker LP is packed full of high-class blues instrumentals and soul-tinged arrangements, and a few familiar blues and soul tunes are covered here, including "Dust My Broom" and "Hold On, I'm Coming."

This Record Store Day 2024 reissue comes with the original Red Lightnin' label artwork, designed by US underground comic artist Robert Crumb, is pressed on red, white and green starburst vinyl and includes a poster of the artwork.

A1 - Two Bugs In A Rug
A2 - Hold On... I'm Coming
A3 - Off The Hook
A4 - Dust My Broom
A5 - Hot And Heavy
A6 - The Screwdriver
B1 - Bertha
B2 - The Foxtrot
B3 - End Of The Blues
B4 - Walking The Floor
B5 - Hooker Special
B6 - Something You Ate

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This concert is notable in that it formed part of the famous American Folk-Blues Tour, a touring music festival and showcase for American blues talent, that played at venues across Europe annually from 1962 to 1970. Wolf’s performances in Europe added fuel to the burgeoning British Blues explosion. Joined by a host of blues veterans including Willie Dixon, this record will form an exciting addition to the discography of any blues aficionados.

Celebrating its 60th anniversary, this rare concert recording sees an official vinyl reissue for Record Store Day 2024, pressed on smokey, marbled vinyl.

Side A
01 Shake It For Me
02 Love Me
03 Dust My Broom
04 Rockin' The Blues
05 I Didn't Mean To Hurt Your Feelings

Side B
01 All My Life
02 Goin’ Down Slow
03 Howlin’ For My Darlin'
04 Forty Four

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