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Allen Page - Dateless Night / I Wish You Were Wishing
Banny Price - You Love Me Pretty Baby / You Know I love You
Barbara Dane - I’m On My Way / Go ‘Way From My Window
Barrence Whitfield & The Savages - Soul Flowers Of Titan
Beatles, The - The Decca Tapes Clear Vinyl Edition
British Modbeats, The - Mod Is... Multicolored Vinyl Edition
British Modbeats, The
Mod Is... Multicolored Vinyl Edition
LP | 1967 | EU (Future Shock)
16,99 €*
Release:1967 / EU
Genre:Rock / Indie
Founded in the mid-'60s by vocalist Fraser Loveman, guitarists Greig Foster and Mike Gorgichuk, bassist Joe Colonna and drummer Robbie Jeffrey, the Ontario-based British Modbeats played covers of British Invasion groups such as the Rolling Stones and Spencer Davis Group and posed as true Englishmen. Red Leaf Records signed them and released their 1967 album, Mod Is the British Modbeats. They disbanded same year when Loveman left to start a new group, The Foundation.
Candy Snatchers, The - Moronic Pleasures Black Vinyl Edition
Dead Elvis & His One Man Grave - Fifty Gallon Drum
Devils, The - Iron Butt
Eddie Cochran - C'mon Everybody
Elvis Presley - King In The Ring
Elvis Presley - The Platinum Collection On Cool White Vinyl
Flamin' Groovies - Long Way To Be Happy
Gene Vincent - Be-Bop-A-Lula
Gospelbeach - Pacific Surf Line
Gospelbeach
Pacific Surf Line
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Alive)
17,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
GospelbeacH is Tom Sanford (drums), Brent Rademaker (vocals, guitar), Jason Soda (vocals, guitar), Neal Casal (vocals, guitar), and Kip Boardman (vocals, bass), with guest appearance by Nelson Bragg (vocal harmonies), and Ben Knight (guitar).The five members of GospelbeacH possess a prestigious collective resume that includes membership in Beachwood Sparks, Further, The Tyde, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals, and Everest. But one listen to the quintet’s warmly wonderful debut album Pacific Surf Linewill instantly dispel any preconceptions about supergroup self-indulgence or side-project slumming.The album—which Brent and Jason co-produced with Scott Hackwith, known for his studio work with the likes of Spiritualized and the Ramones—embodies an open-hearted optimism that’s reflected in the band’s sunny, upbeat songcraft, and in the buoyant, organic performances that show off the quintet’s uncanny, instinctive chemistry.
Guitar Wolf - LOVE&JETT
Guitar Wolf
LOVE&JETT
LP | 2019 | US | Original (Third Man)
22,99 €*
Release:2019 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Guitar Wolf! They are the keepers of all blasted, hard, spazzed out songs, building a whole life on the bedrock of hyperactive RNR exhilaration. This Japanese power-group has been stupefying audiences at home and on the road since the late '80s and finally are back to unveil their capital-L loud jams. Third Man is fortunate to be releasing their lucky 13th full-length album LOVE&JETT and to have a hand in supporting Guitar Wolf's noisy and canonical rise to their rightful place in underground music's highest hall of fame.

LOVE&JETT is full of Guitar Wolf's sweet, sweet love songs, all recorded in Japan. While each song's words (apart from a handful of song titles, 1-2-3-4s plus a clever cover of Spencer Davis Group's Gimme Some Lovin') punch out in their native Japanese, the adoring English-speaking public will be granted an insert enclosed in each LP and CD with all lyrics translated to English. (That means NO excuses to not have a haphazard bilingual sing-along on their upcoming US tour.) The energy explodes on the scene with the title track's opening 1-2 bass-snare piston-fire and truly does not let up at any point on the full album. Seiji, T?ru, and Gotz shine especially bright on Sex Jaguar, barely clocking in just over 2 minutes with chorus catchphrases and feline roars.

LOVE&JETT hits the streets May 10, 2019. It is the first album recorded with newest Bass Wolf (IV), Gotz, who joined the band in 2018. A full US tour with Nashville Pussy is coming up from May 8-June 2.

So with your heart flying high and faster than Mach speed, the untouchable legends Guitar Wolf are back to rush you away into another dimension.

* Hometown: Tokyo, Japan
* Single/Music Video: Love&Jett music video - out April 23
* PR: Big Hassle Media
* Targeted Press: Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Paste, Stereogum, Consequence of Sound, NME, Uncut, Billboard, NPR Music, etc.
* Upcoming Tour: US tour - summer 2019
* 13th studio album
* On US tour in May/June

LP Packaging: Standard weight vinyl, Stoughton direct-to-board LP jacket

TRACK LISTING
1. LOVE&JETT
2. Sex Jaguar
3. Sci-Fi Brat
4. Austalopithecus Spark
5. Planet Of The Battera
6. Gimme Some Lovin'
7. Girl Boss Of Paris
8. Bowling In Takada-No-Baba
9. Fireball Red Legend
10. Mayumi The Untouchable
Heartbreakers - L.A.M.F. - The Found '77 Masters Record Store Day 2021 Edition
Heartbreakers
L.A.M.F. - The Found '77 Masters Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 1977 | EU | Reissue (Jungle)
19,99 €*
Release:1977 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Drop 2 release. An archaeological discovery! A newly-found copy of the original 1977 Track Records master tape, without 'mud'!

This classic punk album, recorded in London by the New York band featuring two New York Dolls, was always controversial - and not just for the acronym. Upon its release on Track Records in 1977, it was widely condemned for having a 'muddy mix' - later found to be a mastering fault. When Track went bust the following year, manager Leee Black Childers burgled the office and liberated the tapes - he found everything except the master.

Subsequent releases were remixed from the multi-tracks or compiled from outtake mixes - the 'lost '77 mixes' in 1994 being well-received and the version most known ever since. A lift from the vinyl didn't achieve much clarity. Meanwhile, fans found the '77 cassette version didn't have the infamous 'mud', nor did certain European vinyl matrixes.

In 2020 a chance meeting led to Daniel Secunda's archives. He was an old-school music biz pioneer who understood punk, was a Track Records director, and the Heartbreakers’ L.A.M.F. co-producer. In amongst his many tape boxes were two with no artist name, marked 'Copy Master 12.7.77'. They turned out to be a crystal-clear L.A.M.F., just as the band and producers intended it.

Sadly, in August 2020 the Heartbreakers co-lead vocalist, guitarist and songwriter Walter Lure passed away. He was the last of the Heartbreakers’ L.A.M.F. line-up: Johnny Thunders died in 1991, Jerry Nolan in 1992, and Billy Rath in 2014. Walter's autobiography is published in paperback in May 2021.

For RSD Drops 2021, a limited edition release on purple vinyl with new notes by Simon Wright, plus a poster featuring a Roberta Bayley cover outtake picture.
Huey Piano Smith & His Clowns - Having A Good Time
Huey Piano Smith & His Clowns
Having A Good Time
LP | 1971 | EU | Reissue (Honeypie)
14,99 €*
Release:1971 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
No collection of leftovers here, Huey "Piano" Smith's album debut featured the hits "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu," "High Blood Pressure," and "Don't You Just Know It" along with Crescent City favorites like "Little Liza Jane," "Don't You Know Yockomo," "Just A Lonely Clown," and Bobby Marchan's "Little Chickee Wah Wah." As a budget priced collection, this one's hard to turn down. An essential building block for any New Orleans collection (allmusic.com)
Johnny Cash - Lovin’ Locomotive Man / I Got Stripe
Johnny Cash
Lovin’ Locomotive Man / I Got Stripe
7" | 2017 | EU | Original (Sleazy)
7,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Johnny Cash. Born in Kingsland, Arkansas, on February 26, 1932. Died in
Nashville, Tennessee, on September 12, 2003. While Carl Perkins’ career at SUN
Records was at its lowest point when he made the move to Columbia Records in the
beginning of 1958, Johnny Cash was enjoying a wave of success that had let him
built a strong reputation based on several number one country hits, a wide collection
of memorable songs and, not less important, a very own recognisable sound.
Nevertheless, whilst Perkins’ desertion responded to a certain jealousy provoked by
the fact of seeing how the company attention had turned to other artists on its roster,
Cash had found some other motives to leave SUN: “Everybody was leaving. We
didn’t like the royalty rate we were getting. [...] I was paid according to what a small,
independent label could pay me at the time. We didn’t think it was fair”. Another
reason had more to do with artistic growth: “I’d been talking to other record
companies about things I wanted to do as an artist, and I knew I wouldn’t be able to
do ‘em on Sun”. One way or the other, he felt sure that “it was definitely time to
move on” and, in the summer of 1958, Johnny Cash became a Columbia artist,
establishing a long-term relationship full of agreements and disagreements but
plenty satisfactory when talking about artistic and commercial results. Nearly three
decades that extended the legend and defined the myth of the Man in Black.
Leaving apart a personal life adorned with heavy drinking, drug abuse and marital
problems, Cash’s first years at Columbia were quite productive. His first single for
the label (“All Over Again” / “What Do I Care”) entered the Top Ten and the second
one (“Don’t Take Your Guns To Town” / “I Still Miss Someone”) reached the Number
One. On the other hand, his discography augmented steadily well into the sixties as
SUN kept releasing some of the cuts Johnny had recorded before leaving.
The cuts on this plate are perfect examples of Johnny Cash early Columbia
recordings. “I Got Stripes” came out on July 1959 together with “Five Feet High and
Rising”, another great song self-penned by Johnny. Telling a prison tale with
notorious humor, it was his fourth single at Columbia and a big hit that reached the
Top Five in the country charts and entered the Top 50 in the pop charts. On the
other side, being a minor addition to the great railroad songs the singer recorded
throughout his long career, “Lovin’ Locomotive Man” (backed with “Girl In
Saskatoon”) was far from enjoying the success of “I Got Stripes”, although Billboard
gave the record a four-star "Very Strong Sales Potential" rating. Strange Things
Happen Every Day, you know.
Los Daytonas - Twang Or Die
Marcel Bontempi - Haunted House
March Violets, The - Big Soul Kiss - The Bbc Recordings 1982-1986 Record Store Day 2021 Edition
March Violets, The
Big Soul Kiss - The Bbc Recordings 1982-1986 Record Store Day 2021 Edition
LP | 2021 | EU | Original (Jungle)
23,99 €*
Release:2021 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Record Store Day 2021 Drop2 release Limited edition in violet vinyl double-LP - twenty-three tracks recorded for John Peel and other BBC programmes over six separate sessions, including nine unreleased songs. THE MARCH VIOLETS came out of Leeds in the early 80’s, initially as label-mates mates of Sisters of Mercy. Releasing six singles, they were a constant presence at the heights of the UK indie charts. They didn’t get around to recording an album – their only long-players, both in the UK and USA, were singles compilations. They eventually signed to a major and were groomed for a USA breakthrough, but found they were asked to make too many compromises. Thankfully, their career was well-documented by the BBC recording six sessions – three for John Peel, and one each with Kid Jensen, Janice Long and Richard Skinner. Chronicling their development from 1982 to 1986 with lead singers Simon, Rosie and Cleo, these sessions include nine unreleased songs and alternate versions of their indie hits. Here is the unheard history of The March Violets.
Neal Francis - Don't Call Me No More
Neal Francis
Don't Call Me No More
7" | 2021 | US | Original (Karma Chief)
11,99 €*
Release:2021 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"I Just Wanted To Be Honest About Everything, From My Musical Influences To My Story," Muses Neal Francis. After Years Of Dishonest Living Consumed By Drugs, Alcohol, And Addiction Such Sincerity Is Jarring From The 30-Year-Old Chicago-Based Musician. Liberated From A Self-Destructive Past And Born Anew In Sobriety, Francis Has Captured An Inspired Collection Of Songs Steeped In New Orleans Rhythms, Chicago Blues, And Early 70s Rock N' Roll. There Is A Deep Connection Between Francis's Childhoodâç"His Obsession With Boogie Woogie Piano, His Father's Gift Of A Dusty Dr. John Lpâç"And The Songs He's Created. The Result Is An Astonishing Collection Of Material Without Parallel In The Contemporary Funk And Soul Scene. The Influences Are Unmistakable: The Vocal Stylings Of Allen Toussaint And Leon Russell; The Second Line Rhythms Of The Meters And Dr. John; The Barroom Rock 'N' Roll Of The Rolling Stones; The Gospel Soul Of Billy Preston; The Roots Music Of The Band. Francis Pays Tribute To The Masters But Has His Own Story To Tell: "It's The Life I've Lived So Far."
Paul Martin - It Happened
Phantom Four - Mandira
Phantom Four
Mandira
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Green Cookie)
14,99 €*
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Green Cookie Records is proud to announce the addition of Dutch surf legends The Phantom Four to their roster, and 'Mandira' once again makes clear why!
Royal Chessmen - Don't Tread On Me / I'll Find A Way
Royal Chessmen
Don't Tread On Me / I'll Find A Way
7" | 2018 | UK | Original (B-W Records)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Despite a scant recorded legacy, the Royal Chessmen were one of the more popular 60s bands of the Mid-Ohio area.

Originally named for their hometown, 25 miles south of Canton, the Dover Chessmen, or simply the Chessmen, were assembled in 1965 by 15 year-old guitarist David Bird along with Dover High classmates Ken Weigand on bass, Keith Whiddon on guitar and Jeff Gintz on drums.

By 1967 Rich Bellanco of rival band the Pendletones had replaced Gintz, and Dave’s older brother Rodney Bird, a junior at Ohio State, was recruited on organ.

As they began to pick up local gigs they added equipment manager Edward Hardesty. They also MOD-ified their moniker to the more regal Royal Chessmen.

Two previously unreleased tracks have been rescued from the vaults by B-W label owner Matt Baker and are presented in this handsome gatefold sleeve.
Screamin' Jay Hawkins - A Spell On You: B-Sides And Rarities
Screamin' Jay Hawkins
A Spell On You: B-Sides And Rarities
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Wax Love)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
A comprehensive collection of the early, pre-debut LP singles from one of the most controversial front-men of early rock and roll. With his classically-trained bass-baritone singing voice, Screamin' Jay Hawkins conjured up ghoulish images both on stage and on his records. Hawkins, evoking voodoo images and using bone-rattling sound effects, simultaneously entertained and bewildered rock'n'roll fans. Featuring his all-time classic "I Put a Spell on You," along with a batch of hard-to-find classics from his Okeh Records days. Essential.
Showaddywaddy - Rock 'N' Roll Jukebox Pink Vinyl Edition
Sonics, The - Boom
V.A. - Dusty Ballroom 01-In Dust We Trust
V.A. - Function Underground: The Black & Brown American Rock Sound 1969-1974
V.A.
Function Underground: The Black & Brown American Rock Sound 1969-1974
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Now-Again)
26,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Limited edition for Record Store Day 2017!

14 tracks by Jimi Macon, Black Maffia, Blacklites and more, many reissued for the first time. Includes a 16-page booklet with extensive notes on an overlooked and important portion of Rock n’ Roll’s history & a download card to WAV files of the full album.

Nearly everyone in the world can rattle off the great African-American musical forms. Jazz, Blues, R&B, Soul, Hip-Hop, House or Gospel. One influential genre is always left off of the
list: a folk music known as rock n’ roll. Rock n’ Roll was a term originally coined to market the white-friendly version of a genre that already existed; prior to 1965, the line between
rock n’ roll and R&B was thin: Ike Turner recorded and released “Rocket ‘88’ ” in 1951 and, while its Chess Records release reached number one on the Billboard R&B chart, it is
regarded by many as the first Rock n’ Roll record.

The Great Divide between R&B and Rock n’ Roll came after the Beatles and the British Invasion decimated the Top 40 chart in 1964.

So somewhere in the mid to late-1960s, Rock n’ Roll became perceived as something for
the Caucasian kids. When Jimi Hendrix and Arthur Lee made the scene, they were said to be black musicians entering into a white world.

This anthology presents earnest questions as to why we know so little about these bands and the movement of which they were a part.
V.A. - Mambo, Cha Cha Cha & Calypso Volume 1
V.A.
Mambo, Cha Cha Cha & Calypso Volume 1
LP+CD | 2018 | EU | Original (Jukebox Music Factory)
22,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
'Girls Session!' - Aptly named 'Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha & Calypso', this swinging program comprises several sessions, for the musical productions of the '50s and '60s was phenomenally rich. This is a 100% female tracklist to emancipate your hips and feminize your soul! Groove to established artist (Lavern baker, Big Maybelle, Georgia Gibbs, Kay Starr), Hollywood actresses (Miss X, Francis Faye, Joséphine Premice, Dolores Gray) and shooting stars (Patty Brandon, Anna Valentino, Ruby Dandridge). Exploring a variety of registers (jazzy, sensual, roots, fast and furious), these dames and damsels will delight you with their tropical rhythms. Anything but square or out-of-date, these fairer-sex tunes are sure to surprise you with their fabulous finesse and amazing modernity.
V.A. - New Breed R&B
V.A.
New Breed R&B
LP | 2018 | UK | Original (Kent Dance)
18,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Our New Breed R&B series of CDs has been running for seventeen years so we thought such a venerable product deserved a fitting vinyl offering.

The selection reflects the acceptance of differing R&B styles among its followers; there is a broad ten-year time span between releases. Monster or maybe mammoth tracks include Mike Pedicin’s ‘Burnt Toast And Black Coffee’, Luther Ingram’s ‘Oh Baby Don’t You Weep’, Gladys Bruce’s ‘I’ve Got a Feeling For You Baby’ and the Charmaines’ ‘I Idolize You’. All of those selections are stone-cert floor-fillers and the latter trio are exclusives.

Two tracks have yet to make it to the New Breed CD series although they are heavily pencilled-in. Prince Conley’s ‘Hard Times (Every Dog’s Got His Day)’ was recorded for Stax’s first incarnation, Satellite records, around 1961 but didn’t come out until an Ace CD featured it in 1995; it’s a bit of a sleeper! New York street musician Sterling Magee once featured in a U2 video but his mid-60s recordings for Jesse Stone and Al Sears were the real highlights of his career. ‘You’re Supreme’ has only appeared on an Arock Story CD until now. Johnny Gosey’s ‘Double Locks’, tells a terrific tale of rent trouble and, like the Conley and Magee tracks, this is its first waxing.

The BB King, Bobby Mitchell, Johnny “Guitar” Watson and Albert Washington tracks are all now looked on as New Breed classics guaranteed dance action when the needle hits.

Two more Kent exclusives came out in 2008; Gladys Bruce’s ‘I’ve Got A Feeling For You Baby’ and Barbara Perry’s ‘A Man Is A Mean Thing’ both livened up the burgeoning New Breed scene. The Phillips Sisters’ Ike & Tina-esque ‘Where Did You Stay Last Night’ is one you can actually find on an original release, as is Austin Taylor’s quirky and catchy ‘Why O Why’ – but it’ll cost ya!
V.A. - Songs From Satan's Jukebox 02
V.A. - Spirit Of Rock'n'roll
V.A. - Those Shocking Shaking Days
V.A.
Those Shocking Shaking Days
3LP | 2018 | US | Original (Now-Again)
35,99 €*
Release:2018 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
"Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock and Funk: 1970-1978
The untold story of indonesia’s various underground 70s musical scenes; extensive liner notes,
photographs and ephemera; fully restored and remastered audio; officially licensed.
The progressive music scenes in 1970s Indonesia were largely underground as a result of strict censorship imposed by the dictator Suharto.
Those who performed music marked by relentless fuzz, over the top, politically charged lyrics, strong rhythms and a cranky low-fidelity were truly
rebellious. And the resulting output has been largely – outside of the confines of this island nation – unheard or ignored. Indonesia, based in large
part on the restrictions imposed by Suharto, is better known for the coffee it exports than the music it creates. This situation hasn’t been remedied
by the rough-hewn Indonesian bootlegs that dotted the psychedelic landscape over the past five years.
Thanks now to the tireless – and expensive – research of Canadian hip hop producer and Southeast Asian music specialist Jason “Moss” Connoy
- and the trust that Indonesian rock legend Benny Soebardja placed in Now-Again Records as he traversed his homeland’s islands securing the
rights necessary for us to offer you this anthology - we feel like we can, in good spirits and conscience, shine the light on some of the most
impressive organizations to offer their take on the psychedelic and progressive rock and funk sounds during the early shocking, shaking days of
Suharto’s regime."
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