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  • Celestial Explosion Celestial Explosion Quick View

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    Celestial Explosion

    Don Bikoff released one lone, rare solo album, Celestial Explosion, on Keyboard Records in 1968, now reissued by Tompkins Square. A kid from Oyster Bay, Long Island, Bikoff got his start in Greenwich Village, annoying Dave Van Ronk and playing the folk/blues circuit where he met Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee, Jesse Fuller and Mississippi John Hurt. In spite of this wide range of influences, Bikoff definitely has his own approach. Don is only 65 years old, and he's still playing strong.
    1. Rindler's Metamorphosis
    2. My Baby's Bass
    3. To Ellen
    4. Riverside Park Blues
    5. Bathing Prohibited In The River
    6. The Ellipses Of Your Mind
    7. Earth (Revisited)
    8. Sonata #7, Opus 11
    9. Today Was No Tomorrow
    10. The Formentera Moors Are Stomping Tonight
    11. Crystal Lakes of Frangipani
    12. Celestial Explosion
    Don Bikoff
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  • Live at the New Penelope Cafe Live at the New Penelope Cafe Quick View

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    Live at the New Penelope Cafe

    Remastered Rare Recording From The Justin Time Essentials Collection


    Deluxe Gatefold Package Includes 180 Gram Vinyl


    Available for the first time on vinyl, "Live At The New Penelope CafÉ", recorded in Montreal in 1967, showcases the famous blues duo in unusually lively form. It's possible that the duo weren't even thinking about the fact that they were being recorded; the result is a record a bit louder and noisier, but also more exciting than most of their other live albums -- the voices mesh together a bit rougher and more honestly than they do on some of their other live releases.

    1. Hooray Hooray (These Women Is Killing Me)
    2. Cornbread, Peas And Black Mollasses
    3. Pack It Up And Go
    4. Sportin' Life
    5. Come On If You're Coming
    6. Born With The Blues
    7. Easy Rider
    8. Hootin' The Blues
    9. Under Your Hood
    Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
    $23.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • At Basin Street (Bonus Track) At Basin Street (Bonus Track) Quick View

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    At Basin Street (Bonus Track)

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    The last official album by the Clifford Brown/Max Roach Quintet is the only one that featured the great Sonny Rollins on tenor. With pianist Richie Powell and bassist George Morrow completing the group, this date is a hard bop classic. Brownie and Rollins fit together perfectly on memorable versions of What Is This Thing Called Love, I'll Remember April, and a witty arrangement of Love Is a Many Splendored Thing. Highly recommended.

    -All Music Guide

    1. What Is This Thing Called Love?
    2. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing
    3. I'll Remember April
    4. Step Lightly (Junior's Arrival)
    5. Powell's Prances
    6. Time
    7. The Scene Is Clean
    8. Gertrude's Bounce
    9. Flossie Lou*


    *Bonus Track

    Clifford Brown & Max Roach
    $27.99
    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Sonny Is King (Out Of Stock) Sonny Is King (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Sonny Is King (Out Of Stock)

    Although their styles were regions apart and theyd never performed together previously, Georgia harmonica ace Sonny Terry and Texas guitar titan Lightnin Hopkins fit like foot in sock when producer Kenneth S. Goldstein paired them at Rudy Van Gelders studio on October 26, 1960. As LeRoi Jones observed in the original album notes, There is a meeting of ways, where the light and the sad seem to come together simply as blues. Selections six through 10 were recorded the following year, and Terry was back in the more familiar company of another great guitarist, his longtime partner Brownie McGhee.


    Terry was a remarkable mouth harp player, and these performances are first rateWhat makes this a truly stand out record is the fine sound, which just jumps out of the speakers. Although this is a stereo recording with rather hard left and right separation (especially on the McGhee songs), that anomaly distracts little from the performance. Recording = 7/10; Music = 8/10 Dennis Davis, Hi-Fi+, Issue 43


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    One Monkey Don't Stop The Show
    Changed The Lock On My Door
    Tater Pie
    She's So Sweet
    Diggin' My Potatoes
    Sonny's Coming
    Ida Mae
    Callin' My Mama
    Bad Luck
    Blues From The Bottom
    Sonny Terry
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    45 RPM 180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Temporarily out of stock
  • Lightnin' (Out Of Stock) Lightnin' (Out Of Stock) Quick View

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    Lightnin' (Out Of Stock)

    Part of the ultimate audiophile Prestige stereo reissues from Analogue Productions - 25 of the most collectible, rarest, most audiophile-sounding Rudy Van Gelder recordings ever made. All cut at 33 1/3.


    All mastered from the original analog master tapes by mastering maestro Kevin Gray. 200-gram LPs pressed at Acoustic Sounds' state-of-the-art pressing plant, Quality Record Pressings, plated by Gary Salstrom


    Deep groove label pressings, tip-on jackets on thick cardboard stock


    "Recorded for Prestige's Bluesville subsidiary in 1960, Lightnin' is among the rewarding acoustic dates Lightnin' Hopkins delivered in the early '60s. The session has an informal, relaxed quality, and this approach serves a 48-year-old Hopkins impressively well on both originals like 'Thinkin' 'Bout an Old Friend' and the familiar 'Katie Mae' and enjoyable interpretations of Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee's 'Back to New Orleans' and Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup's 'Mean Old Frisco.' Hopkins' only accompaniment consists of bassist Leonard Gaskin and drummer Belton Evans, both of whom play in an understated fashion and do their part to make this intimate setting successful. From the remorseful 'Come Back Baby' to more lighthearted, fun numbers like 'You Better Watch Yourself' and 'Automobile Blues,' Lightnin' is a lot like being in a small club with Hopkins as he shares his experiences, insights and humor with you." - All Music Guide


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    1. Automobile Blues
    2. You Better Watch Yourself
    3. Mean Old Frisco
    4. Shinin' Moon
    5. Come Back Baby
    6. Thinkin' 'Bout An Old Friend
    7. The Walkin' Blues
    8. Back To New Orleans
    9. Katie Mae
    10. Down There Baby
    Lightnin' Hopkins
    $34.99
    200 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Temporarily out of stock
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