Walker, T-Bone-Dirty Mistreater- LP- stereo-MCA 1366 - 1983 release by Blues guitar legend, T-Bone Walker. Selections on this album, part of MCA's "Jazz Heritage Series", were recorded in 1968 under the supervision of Bob Thiele. Allstar sidemen include Preston Love, Lloyd Glenn, and Mel Brown. Tracklist:
A1 Why My Baby (Keep On Bothering Me)
A2 Stormy Monday
A3 Jelous Woman
A4 Flower Blues
A5 Long Skirt Baby Blues
B1 Little Girl, Don't You Know
B2 Treat Me So Low Down
B3 I'm In An Awful Wood
B4 Goin' To Build Me A Playhouse
B5 Cold Hearted Woman. Cover is MINT inside original shrinkwrap. Disc too is MINT.
Wet Willie-II (Two)- LP- stereo-Capricorn CP 0109 - 1972 33 1/3 RPM LP release by Southern Rock group, Wet Willie, led by vocalist/harmonica player Jimmy Hall. Group turns in a bluesy and soulful selection of tunes, including some great covers ("Shout Bamalama," "It Hurts Me Too") and originals ("Red Hot Chicken," and "Shotgun Man"). Copy at hand is an original Capricorn DJ/promo LP, complete with wraparound promo insert (see our scan). Cover shows slight wear and 2" seam split at bottom center. Disc (white label promo) is clean, glossy, and MINT.
White, Josh-Sings The Blues Volume 1- LP- mono-Stinson SLP14 - Beautiful clear red vinyl! Mid 50's release, reissues 1940's material originally on 78's, mostly blues album, ("Mean Mistreating Woman", "Baby Baby", "No. 12 Train"), but folk and protest songs ("Cotton Eyed Joe", "Strange Fruit") and even standards ("Miss Otis Regrets"), it's just Josh and his acoustic gtr., good stuff! Cover is 90% still shrink wrapped, and most immaculate, bottom right corner protrudes, however, and is a little worn with a 1/2" seam split, vinyl is glossy, and reveals no marks, slight surface noise is from the transfer from 78's, not the condition of the LP. Excellent copy! - (Nm-/NM) - $30- Order
White, Josh-Sings the Blues Volume 2- LP- Mono-Stinson SLP15 - beautiful clear red vinyl! mid 50's release, reissues 1940's material originally on 78's, largely a straight (and excellent) blues album: "St. james Infirmary", "Evil Hearted Man", "Outskirts of Town" with a few folk and Gospel songs thrown in: "One Meat Ball", a hit of sorts for Josh, and "Joshua Fit the Battle", just Josh and his guitar here, cover is very clean, slight dent at top right and 2" seam split at bottom right, vinyl is bright and glossy, a few light marks here and there, plays with light surface noise only, good copy! - (NM-/NM-) - $25- Order