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  • Smokes Like Lightning Smokes Like Lightning Quick View

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    Smokes Like Lightning

    Originally released in 1963 from sessions recorded in 1962, Smokes Like Lightning features Hopkins solo on guitar and vocals except for a full band on three of the tracks. Includes a re-recording of T Model Blues and Let's Do The Susie-Q. Reissued on 180 gram vinyl on a tip on sleeve with a paper and poly lined inner sleeve.
    1. T Model Blues
    2. Jackstropper Blues

    3. You Cook All Right

    4. My Black Name

    5. Never Miss Your Water

    6. Lets Do The Susie-Q

    7. Ida Mae

    8. Smokes Like Lightning

    9. Prison Farm Blues
    Lightnin' Hopkins
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP -Sealed Buy Now
  • Sweet Blood Call Sweet Blood Call Quick View

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    Sweet Blood Call

    At the time this album was recorded, the particularly intense blues artist Louisiana Red was a protÉgÉ of the Blue Labor/Labor recording empire, which was actually two guys, Kent Cooper and jazz arranger and composer Heiner Stadler. Cooper's involvement with Red led, as in many cases of blues producers and their clients, to co-authorship on some of the songs recorded. Cooper and Stadler regarded Red as an artist cut from the same cloth as John Lee Hooker or Lightning Hopkins, and of the same quality -- meaning an intense, mood-setter of a bluesman with a sizzling improvisatory style. They were certainly accurate in their appraisal of his talent, and their interest in recording Red led to several classic blues albums. The fine studio sound they got on these solo recordings makes for a superior album, and it was the first Red would record unencumbered by a combo backing him up. Every nuance of his playing is captured, and he is definitely the type of blues player who thrives on solo work. He rarely sticks to a formula bar structure and likes to stretch out his licks as if casting out a line for fish, but he isn't a player who just stays on one chord like Hooker often did. One of Red's original blues, in which he describes how his wife died of cancer, has got to set some kind of a record for misery described in a blues song, meaning it is the saddest of the sad.

    - Eugene Chadbourne (

    1. The Whole World
    2. Had A Date With Barbara Last Night
    3. First Degree
    4. Sweetblood Call
    5. I Was Out Walking
    6. Thirty Dirty Women
    7. King Bee
    8. Death Of Ealase
    9. Who Been Fooling You
    10. Going Home
    11. Too Poor To Die
    Louisiana Red
    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Jimmy Page Vs. Albert Lee (Out Of Stock) Jimmy Page Vs. Albert Lee (Out Of Stock) Quick View


    Jimmy Page Vs. Albert Lee (Out Of Stock)


    Before becoming the driving force behind Led Zeppelin, guitarist Jimmy Page was a session man, hawking his talent to dozens of bands on the British beat scene, including this 1968 session for fledgling singer Keith De Groot's debut album. However, whatever talent De Groot had was swiftly eclipsed by the sheer force of his backing band, which included future Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones, keyboard legend Nicky Hopkins and guitar hero Albert Lee, whose lightning fast licks and Fender Telecaster soon made him an icon of British rock.

    1. Burn Up
    2. Everything I Do Is Wrong
    3. Think It Over
    4. Dixie Fried
    5. Fabulous
    6. Lonely Weekends
    7. Boll Weevil Song
    8. Rave On
    9. One Long Kiss
    10. Lovin' Up A Storm
    11. Livin' Lovin' Wreck
    12. Down The Line
    13. Breathless
    14. Everyday
    Jimmy Page
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP + CD - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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