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Gaz's Rockin Blues - 40th Anniversary Special

    Stag-O-Lee is proud to continue the DJ-Set Series with a compilation by cult DJ and master of few compilations Gaz Mayall. As a tasty contribution to your vinyl LP collection, this double album explores four avenues that reflect aspects of Gaz's Rockin' Blues club. As Gaz “Founded July 3rd 1980, now celebrating 40 years of fun and dancing at London's Number One Blues dance. Originally at Gossips in the basement of 69 Dean Street, with it's entrance on Meard St., the cobbled alley that links it with Wardour Street in the heart of Soho, traditionally the hub of clubland and red light district in London's West End. After djing & presenting bands there for over 14 years I moved the regular Thursday club night round the corner to St. Moritz,159 Wardour Street. Another great Soho basement dive with a huge history.

    The choice of music in this particular selection contains two fundamental styles of Rhythm and Blues oriented boogie music that influenced the world. The post war era of black dance music was driven by R&B that was the inspiration for the Rock`n´Roll of the 1950's. Here you have a hard core Slice of Black Rock & Roll, a side of rockin' early 50's R&B, it's precursor on one platter. On the next disc you'll hear a bunch of moving, exciting and at times frenzied 50’s Gospel. The idiom where most R&B and black Rock`n´Roll and Soul stars learned their art and cut their teeth. I was asked for this project to choose a bunch of Jamaican tunes to illustrate the role Jamaica's music has played in influencing the style and direction of Gaz's Rockin' Blues.

    These tracks are drawn from the very earliest days, at the inception of Ska in the late 50’s when JA artists, having fell in love with US R&B, created their own take on it. I hope you enjoy this album for many years to come. Treasure it as I and all at Gaz’s Rockin Blues have treasured these tracks. 40 years and still going strong!” Gaz Mayall


    Side A/Rock`n´Roll
    1. Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
    2. Cledus Harrison - Rock And Roll In The Groove
    3. Screamin' Joe Neal - Rock And Roll Deacon
    4. Pretty Boy - Bip Bop Bip
    5. Jackie Brenston - My Real Gone Rocket
    6. Dave Bartholomew - Can't Take It No More
    7. James Brown - Chonnie-On-Chon

    Side B/Rhythm & Blues
    1. Lowell Fulson - Don't Drive Me Baby
    2. Jimmy Witherspoon - Don't Ever Move A Woman Into Your House
    3. Brownie McGhee - I'm 10,000 Years Old
    4. Clarence Gatemouth Brown - You Got Money
    5. Bob Gaddy - Slow Down Baby
    6. Floyd Dixon - Hey, Bartender
    7. Sonny Knight - But Officer

    Side C/Gospel
    1. The Flying Clouds - I've Got A Right To The Tree Of Life
    2. Sensational Nightingales - To The End
    3. The Pilgrim Travelers - Hold On
    4. The Gospel Clefs - By The Waters Of Babylon
    5. Brother Joe May - It Doesn't Cost Very Much
    6. Bessie Griffin - More Like Jesus
    7. Archie Brownlee - In The Wilderness

    Side D/Jamaica
    1. Owen Gray - Let Me Go Free
    2. Count Ossie Afro Combo - Cassavubu
    3. Rico's Combo - Gee's Boogie
    4. The Blues Busters - Little Vilma
    5. The Moonlighters - I Need Your Love
    6. Theophilus Beckford - Now You're Dead
    7. Duke Reid And His Group - Pink Lane Shuffle

    Various Artists

    Keb Darge Presents Atomic Rhythm!

      Fantastic collection of rockabilly compiled by Keb Darge.

      Stag-O-Lee is proud to continue the DJ-Set Series with compilation by cult DJ and master of many compilations Keb Darge.

      Rockabilly didn’t cross my world until the early nineteen eighties at a Dirtbox weekender in Bournemouth, until then I was a pure northern soul boy. I didn’t really get stuck into collecting the stuff until a decade later, but when I did what a wonderful world of tunes opened up to me, and I went wild on it. I was very lucky to be doing a record stall in Camden market at the time just across from Boz Boorer and Neil Scott’s stall. They along with other serious collectors Dave Vickers, Barney Koumis, Cosmic Keith, Jim Fox, Dave Crozier, and many others taught me all I needed to know. I only ever made one great rockabilly discovery which none of them knew, “Little Bit Lonesome” by Charles Ross, but I was happy enough buying all their recommendations as they were all new and exciting for me. I have done several rockabilly comps before, but sadly the Philippines typhoon in 2013 destroyed my village and forced me to sell the bulk of my collection. Here are some of my favourites that I never got round to putting out before that happened.
      Keb Darge, London October 2020.


      Side A.
      01. Fender IV - Everybody Up
      02. The Sonics - Marlene
      03. James Mask - Hootchie Coochie Gal
      04. John Worthan - The Cats Were Jumpin'
      05. Vince Maloy - Hubba Hubba Ding Ding
      06. Don Wade - Gone, Gone, Gone
      07. Billy Wayne - I Love My Baby
      08. Wally Willette And His Globe Rockers - Pink Elephants

      Side B.
      01. Darrell Rhodes And The Falcons - Four O'Clock Baby
      02. Arlie Miller And The Bullets - Lou Ann
      03. Cruisers - Betty Ann
      04. Joe D. Johnson - Rattlesnake Daddy
      05. Bobby McDowell - Lonely
      06. Jerry Arnold And The Rhythm Captains - Can't Do Without You
      07. Gene Terry - The Woman I Love
      08. Glen Glenn - Blue Jeans And A Boys' Shirt

      Side C.
      01. Red Moore - Crawdad Song
      02. Maylon Humphries And His Tri-Seniors - Worried 'Bout You Baby
      03. Van Brothers - Servant Of Love
      04. Sonny Fisher - Sneaky Pete
      05. Benny Cliff Trio - Shake Um Up Rock
      06. Gene Norman - Snaggle Tooth Ann
      07. Tommy Nelson - Hobo Bop
      08. Lloyd McCollough - Gonna Love My Baby

      Side D.
      01. Don Ellis And Royal Dukes - Blue Fire
      02. Sonny Wallace - Black Cadillac
      03. Floyd Mack - I Like To Go
      04. Rod Morris - Alabama Jailhouse
      05. Carl Trantham And The Rhythm Allstars - Where There's A Will
      06. Jim Oertling - Back Forty
      07. Hodges Brothers - I'm Gonna Rock Some Too
      08. Lonesome Drifter - Eager Boy

      Various Artists

      Rockinitis Volume 3

        The Rockinitis series showcases electric guitar blues from the mid-fifties to the early sixties. Unfettered pleasure in the form of Black dance music. Third time's the charm as two heavy-hitters join the fray.

        Wexford, Ireland’s Bill Kealy has been packing dancefloors for 30 years. He was sucked deep into the Rhythm & Blues vortex after following the trail back from the music of his youth; The Kinks, The Animals and the like. A truly international DJ, hear his sets at The Federal Rhythm & Blues Club in Crewe, For Dancers Only in Dublin, or as a regular guest DJ at top R&B clubs almost everywhere.

        Steve Longworth spent his teenage years dancing to Soul at Wigan Casino. He was then drawn towards the R&B and Popcorn sound. Since the early 2000s he’s been running nights all across England’s North - Soulful Shack, Down In The Basement and The Ad-Lib, to name a few. He’s played gritty Blues 45s at clubs from Barcelona to Melbourne and now regularly spins at Sheffield’s mighty Room At The Top.


        Side: Bill Kealy
        1. Al Simmons - You Ain't Too Old
        2. Eddie Burns - Hello Miss Jessie Lee
        3. Skip Robinson - I Just Can't Wait
        4. The Nightriders - Looking For My Baby
        5. Roy Brown - She's Gone Too Long
        6. Peppermint Harris - I Cry For My Baby
        7. Ulie & The Uniques - You Don't Love Me
        8. Junior Wells - Lawdy Lawdy

        Side: Steve Longworth
        1. Little Walter - I Hate To See You Go
        2. Dusty Brown - Well, You Know
        3. Ace Holder - Sorry I Had To Leave
        4. Lynn Johnson - Wicked Woman
        5. Detroit Junior - Too Poor
        6. Jimmy Anthony - Eternal Thing
        7. Magic Sam - All My Whole Life
        8. Poppa Hop - My Woman Has A Black Cat Bone

        Various Artists

        Buzzsaw Joint Cuts 5 & 6

          Buzzsaw Joint was born of a club offering Londoners the chance to revel in the sounds of good ol’ trashy rock’n’roll in all its vintage vinyl forms. Club top-cat, Fritz, then took the primitive Buzzsaw sounds online with a series of savage Mixcloud mixes created by record fiends from all over the globe. Now, the high-octane energy of Buzzsaw Joint has manifested into the physical form with a run of compilations on Stag-O-Lee. Get your ears around the wild’n’weird sounds of the extraordinary and inimitable Buzzsaw Joint!

          As usual with Stag-O-Lee we compile two vinyl volumes on one CD into 73 minute/32 track monster! The first 16 tracks come courtesy of Sophisticated Savage from Sweden. Dusty Stylus, an Australian native, offers another 16 track trip from mesmerizing Blues to moody Popcorn.


          1. Bill Springer - Jungle Love
          2. Stick Evans - Look What You Do To Me
          3. Herb Zane - The Persians Twist
          4. The Starfires - Desert Caravan
          5. The Kingston Trio - CooCoo-U
          6. The Don Schraier Rocktet - Zei Gezunt
          7. The Metallics - Get Lost
          8. Blues Blenders - Toot Over
          9. Jimmy Uke And His Islanders - Hawaiian People Eater
          10. The Demons - El Lobo
          11. Jimmie Raye - Hey Lets Dance
          12. Doodie Woo - Certingly I Do
          13. Melvin Smith - Zaki Sue
          14. Rhythmaires - Screw Driver
          15. Ray Johnson - Hit N Miss
          16. The Scholars - Kan-Gu-Wa
          17. Elmore James - I Was A Fool
          18. Two Crows And The Diggers - Poison Ivy
          19. Dennis Roberts - Come On
          20. Jolly Jax - Further Up The Road
          21. Tommy Williams & The Fingerpoppers -The Feeling Is Real
          22. Ted Taylor - I Don't Care
          23. Margo - Everyday
          24. Pearl Woods -Don't Tell It All
          25. Grade Wicker - Lulu Brown
          26. Piney Brown - I'm Traveling
          27. Tabby Thomas - My Baby's Got It
          28. Billy Ray - Playboy
          29. Otis Blackwell - On That Power Line
          30. Please Pretty Please
          31. Big Jack Reynolds - Made It Up In Your Mind
          32. Moose John - Talkin' About Me

          Various Artists

          Gunsmoke Volume 3

            Dark Tales Of Western Noir From A Ghost Town Jukebox. Third volume in a limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee. Limited to 666 copies and packaged in a nice 10” sleeve with center hole. This is a collection of oddball country weepers, moody rockabilly and popcorn noir from the 1950’s and early 60’s.

            So turn out the lights, sit back and relax to the soundtrack from a jukebox in a ghost town... For best results: listen to after dark! Feat Ben E King, Jody Reynolds, Dorsey Burnette and 9 more. 

            Various Artists

            Buzzsaw Joint Cut 5 - Sophisticated Savage

              Buzzsaw Joint was born of a club offering Londoners the chance to revel in the sounds of good ol trashy rock n roll in all its vintage vinyl forms. Club top-cat, Fritz, then took the primitive Buzzsaw sounds online with a series of savage Mixcloud mixes created by record fiends from all over the globe. Now, the high-octane energy of Buzzsaw Joint has manifested into the physical form with a run of compilations on Stag-O-Lee Records. Get your ears around the wild n weird sounds of the extraordinary and inimitable Buzzsaw Joint! Bill Springer, The Demons, Jimmy Uke & His Islanders, Herb Zane and lots more. 

              Various Artists

              Rockinitis Volumes 1&2

                If your nights are miss able and your days blue, salvation can be found right here on Rockinitis. As usual, Stag-O-Lee compile two vinyl LPs onto one compact disc. Vol. 1 (STAGO 131LP) appeared on October 2018 and Vol. 2 (STAGO 137LP) released in early 2019. 32 tracks -- very close to 80 minutes of raw electric blues. These selections aren't just a mild pick-me-up, this is full-blown electric-guitar blues to make you stand up and shake your hips. Both volumes compiled by Stag-O-Lee's own R-Man and London based DJ and record hound, Diddy Wah. 

                Various Artists

                Hells Bells

                  Stag-O-Lee compilation of weird stuff for 'the 5th season'. It would have been way too easy concentrating on titles with 'Ghost', 'Spook' or 'Devil' so they went ahead doing something more subtle and special, spanning the decades from the 1920s through the 1940s in a very wild manner. Every track is solid sending stuff for sophisticated Lindy Hop, Shag or Balboa-dancing.

                  Little Victor

                  Deluxe Lo-Fi

                    Multiple award-winner guitarists, harp player, songwriter, singer and producer Little Victor Mac - a.k.a. The Beale Street Blues Bopper- is back after eight years with his ground-breaking new album Deluxe Lo-Fi. The record -also produced by Victor- features Kim Wilson of The Fabulous Thunderbirds (Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt,), Steve Lucky (Blues Persuaders, Johnny Copeland, Spin Doctors, Blues Travellers... ), Carl Sonny Leyland (Chuck Berry, James Cotton, Louisiana Red, Lowell Fulson... ), Brent Harding (Social Distortion) and other great musicians.

                    Little Victor believes Lo-Fi is the new Hi-Fi and he explores all types of lo-fi sounds -from "slightly" lo-fi to "ultra" lo-fi and It caters to a wide range of styles from 50’s rockin’ blues to raw late 50’s/early 60’s R&B and soul, and from “pre-war” to blues “boppers.” Lot of danceable numbers on this album. Victor even goes back to his rock and roll roots with a fun Little Richard type of song. He tried to make this new opus sound like a collection of vintage scratchy obscure 45s and 78s. Little Victor claims this is the best album he ever done since the “Back To The Black Bayou” and features some of the best songs he ever wrote and also some of his best performances as a vocalist and guitarist.

                    TRACK LISTING

                    Side 1.
                    1. My Mind (Victor Mac)
                    2. Graveyard Boogie (Victor Mac)
                    3. I Done Got Tired (Victor Mac)
                    4. This Letter (Victor Mac)
                    5. Slow Down Baby (Victor Mac)
                    6. Gambler's Boogie (Victor Mac)

                    Side 2.
                    1. Rocks (Victor Mac)
                    2. So Blue (Victor Mac)
                    3. What's The Matter Now (Victor Mac)
                    4. Some Ole Day (Victor Mac)
                    5. Rockin' Daddy (Willie Dixon)
                    6. Country Boy (Muddy Waters)


                    Waiting For The Tide To Rise

                      The latest LP from UK band Mudlow is a retrospective compilation of hand-picked songs from their previously-released studio albums and EP's. Some swamp punk whiskey-driven film-noir blues'. 

                      "Blues sung with a low rasp and roar, guitar as nasty and swampy as you want." Everett True - Plan B Magazine

                      "dirty guitars and sleazy howling vocals&the kind of music that makes you want to bark like a dog...” Erin Prior - BBC Southern

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