You’re Too Bad

WOWzer! So many cool harmonica tracks from the golden age of music here- and we do like the “Mississippi Saxophone” Y’all. The only “big” name here is Little Walter -who also blows harp on the John Brim song. All the other cats are pretty much obscure unless you are a “tip toe Joe” that’s in the know. Jack, I’m not gonna tell you everything about everybody, but I sure love ’em all. BLOW MAN BLOW!

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Burning Frets

You are holding a “fine frame, no parts lame” platter filled to the brim with boss gee-tar tunes from the 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. Please play this loud!

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Love Shock

Well, well, well! Look what we got here dear cats and kittens… another “cool as a toilet stool” anthology of great songs from the “land of the Ravy-Gravy” about this thing called “love” and some of the best songs in the World are about love. You can finally dance to it. Not only that. I’m sure you’ll LOVE it!

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Fool Mule

Another winning selection of mighty fine dancing tunes from “The Land of the Ravy-Gravy” that will bring a smile on your face and even a few chuckles, dear hep cats and kittens.This new boss anthology of pretty obscure songs from the golden era of music is once again filled to the brim with lotta great funny “rocking” numbers…. all KILLERS, no FILLERS!

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Move On!

Dig this boss selection of songs from the “Land of the Ravy-Gravy” filled to the brim with tunes that will allow you hip cats and kittens to try your best not only at the TWIST but also at the DOUBLE FREEZE, the WIGGLE, the KANGAROO, the CRAWL, the TWIRL and other forgotten dances you probably never heard of… ENJOY!

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Groove Juice (Vinyl)

It must have been heaven on earth, when record playing time was limited to only about three minutes per side, as there wasn’t enough space for more on a fragile 78 rpm shellack. The majority of these titles was simply designed for dancing and pure pleasure in late 40s and early 50s territory jukeboxes, most of them pressed in relatively small quantities only and good survivors from way back then are scarce today. Enjoy your Shag-, Lindy-, Balboa- or Boogie-dancing with this collection. To tell it with ‘The Hipster’: “Put a nickel in the slot!”

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