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Geechie Goomie - R'n'B Gone Caribbean

    50's Rhythm & Blues with an eye on Caribbean/Latin sound. Here is a collection of fine and long forgotten examples, but without the Pig Latin that Louis Jordan or Slim Gaillard were so famous for. We dug deep in the vaults, recorded from very good 78s or old shiny vinyl, that was as closest as possible to the original quality. - Hit dat Jive and dig it! 

    FORMAT INFORMATION

    10" LP Info: Limited edition of 500 copies.

    Mojo

    Issue 311 - October 2019

      IN A SPECIAL COLLECTORS’ package, MOJO delivers a Beatles exclusive, a lovingly crafted double-sided Beatle map and a fantastic CD of the year’s best new music so far. The cover story is Abbey Road: a 50th Anniversary guide to the Beatles’ last masterpiece, plus the exclusive inside track on Apple’s expanded, remixed new edition.

      The MOJO Rising 2019 CD brings you the up-and-coming sounds of Amyl & The Sniffers, Fontaines DC, Faye Webster, Jessica Pratt, Black Midi and more.

      And there's big stories with Jethro Tull, The Stranglers, The Waterboys’ Mike Scott and the legendary Jean-Claude Vannier, plus reviews of hot new albums by Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, Pixies, Bat For Lashes, Liam Gallagher, Caravan, Gruff Rhys, Robbie Robertson, Iggy Pop, Bon Iver, The Cult and Miles Davis. All this and… Dylan & Neil, Laura Nyro, Noddy Holder, that Creation movie and… Creepy John Thomas!

      Cybotron

      Clear / Alleys Of Your Mind

      Tunes don't really comes as influential or groundbreaking as Cybotron's seminal "Clear", one of Juan Atkins first foray into producing from 1983 which laid the blueprint for electro and many others to come. Rarer than hens teeth on 7", here is a full digitally remastered version, complete with the debut "Alleys Of Your Mind" from 1981 on the B side. Limited edition.

      Various Artists

      Back Fire - The Rhythm, The Blues, The Hot Guitar Part 2

        The Mojo Man says: You’re holding a "fine frame, no parts lame" platter filled to the brim with boss gee-tar tunes from the golden age of music. It’s hard to stand still. All the cats conjugate to elucidate. Very different guitar styles from "slick" to "mean" and everything in between. This disc is loaded with hepcats from all fronts, mad aces in their places. 

        Various Artists

        Walkin' Girl - The Rhythm, The Blues, The Hot Guitar Part 1

          The Mojo Man says: You’re holding a "fine frame, no parts lame" platter filled to the brim with boss gee-tar tunes from the golden age of music. It’s hard to stand still. All the cats conjugate to elucidate. Very different guitar styles from "slick" to "mean" and everything in between. This disc is loaded with hepcats from all fronts, mad aces in their places. 

          Mojo

          Issue 310 - September 2019

            AS THE LEGENDARY, maverick-friendly Island Records label hits 60, MOJO celebrates one of their key artist’s most extraordinary phases: Tom Waits’ mid-’80s trilogy of Swordfishtrombones, Rain Dogs and Franks Wild Years. Also Island-themed is this month’s star-studded covermount CD, with vintage tracks by classic Island artists including John Martyn, Fairport Convention, Steel Pulse, Free, PJ Harvey, Paul Weller, The Slits and more.

            Inside the magazine you’ll find a myth-busting Woodstock anniversary extravaganza, an in-depth tribute to Dr John, and revealing interviews with Richard Thompson, Rhiannon Giddens, The Raincoats, Pixies’ Black Francis and more. Plus: Sleater-Kinney, Nick Cave, The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band, Mattiel, Thom Yorke, Joan Shelley, Groundhogs, Wilco and Gil Scott-Heron.

            Various Artists

            Bad Hangover - Drinking Songs Straight From The Jukejoint - Part 2

              Limited edition of 500.

              Drinking songs straight from the jukejoint - Part 2 - songs about booze, being drunk and bad hangovers. 14 classic songs that make you move your hips.

              Hep cats and kool kittens dig this mighty fine mess of stone cold classic rhythm and blues tunes. We're riding the caboose to Boozeville. Have no fear, drink some beer, drink some wine, it ain't no crime, drink some gin, it ain't no sin. All "great shakes-no fakes" here, guaranteed to knock your socks off! 

              Reel Big Fish

              Everything Sucks

              This is Reel Big Fish's punchy ska-core debut, brass sections whip up a storm, quirky rhythms, grungy guitar and pithy lyrics. It's cool.


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