Betty Davis [IMPORT] - by Betty Davis
They Say I'm Different [IMPORT] - by Betty Davis
Nasty Gal [IMPORT] - by Betty Davis

Love Supreme - (Deluxe Edition) - [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] - by John Coltrane

When The Sun Goes Down: The Secret History of Rock & Roll - [Box Set] [Limited Edition]

.The Complete Brownie McGhee - by Brownie McGhee

The complete Brownie McGhee is not exactly complete, but it does contain all of Brownie's work for Okeh/Columbia in 1940 - 41, just before his partnership with Sonny Terry.


Calling the Doctor - by Dr. John

Dr. John has been stirring up a tasty gumbo of blues, rock and R&B, all with that strong New Orleans flavor for decades.'s selection of the Dr.'s best.


The Man with the Mojo Hand by Lightnin' Hopkins

Texas bluesman par excellence, Lightnin' Hopkins had a career that saw the beginning of the blues general rise in popularity and lasted until it's revival in the early 1980's. Though Hopkins style never changed appreciably, it always found a new audience that welcomed the lone star bluesman's rich voice and haunting mornful sound.


Indigenous live at Pachyderm studio 1998 by Indigenous

From the Yankton Reservation in South Dakota all the way to a major tour with B.B. King, Indigenous made a big splash in 1999.Through their rise has been meteoric, years of practice, recording and road work are behind it


Back to the Blues by Sue Foley

Sue Foley !!!!!!!!!! YES


Before the Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene, Vol.1

Before the Blues (series), by Bobby Leecan



Smile on My Face by Sunnyland Slim

Sunnyland Slim was ten feet tall. He strode into bluesdom like some mystic man out of folklore, having played piano in the lumber camps, mining towns & road houses.


Blues had a Baby by Lurrie Bell

Lurrie Bell is a central fogure among the ranks of a younger generation of black performers who are keeping the blues tradition alive and legitimizing it's palce in their culture.


Paying for My Sins by Grady Champion


Life, Love & the Blues by Etta James

On life, love and the blues Etta James returns to her blues & soul repertoire, enlivening even the hoariest of tunes ("Spoonful", a gender flipped "Hootchie Cootchie Gal") with her growl. The tinges of funk underpinning "Born under a Bad Sign" are given full room to stretch on a Sly Stone cover.


Sing it by Marcia Ball

Why settle for one great female vocalist when you can get three, especially when they are stylish soul diva Irma Thomas, Tracy "Mother Earth" Nelson and swamp rocker & roller Marcia Ball. The talented trio take the sing it title seriously, belting the hues of blues with satisfying sass.


Destination GB Blues: 15 Brilliant British Blues Tracks

Various Artists - Blues - Modern/Electric

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