CDs - Arhoolie Blues

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Joe Turner - Tell Me Pretty Baby

CAT. #: 333


CD 333 Joe Turner - vocals, with Pete Johnson - piano & his orchestra. All of Arhoolie LP/C 2004 plus 12 previously un-reissued sides.... More

The Hopkins Brothers - Texas Country Blues

CAT. #: 340


CD 340 Sam “Lightning” Hopkins - guitar and vocals; Joel Hopkins - guitar and vocals; John Henry Hopkins - guitar and vocals.... More

Whistling Alex Moore - From North Dallas To The East Side

CAT. #: 408


You do not seem to have a flash player installed. Go here to get one. // CD 408 Alexander H. Moore - vocals & piano. Alex Moore... More

I Have To Paint My Face - Various Artists

CAT. #: 432


CD 432 In the summer of 1960 I had made my first trip through Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi with British blues scholar, Paul Oliver and his... More

Blues With A Message - Various Artists

CAT. #: 510


CD 510 Includes notes by respected folklorist Paul Oliver. "The Blues, contrary to popular conception, are not always concerned with love, razors,... More

Tom McFarland - Travelin' With The Blues

CAT. #: 9055


CD 9055 In Memoriam (Jan 30, 1945 - Sept 3, 2004). This is the late West-Coast native, Tom McFarland's first album (plus three bonus tracks),... More

15 Country Blues Classics - Various Artists

CAT. #: 101


CD 101 Arhoolie's American masters is a mid-line sampler series culled from our full price CDs. Each CD features the best known artists of a particular... More

15 Urban Blues Classics - Various Artists

CAT. #: 102


CD 102 Arhoolie's American masters is a mid-line sampler series culled from our full price CDs. Each CD features the best known artists of a... More

Clifton Chenier - Zydeco Sont Pas Sale

CAT. #: 9001


CD 9001 This 15 selection program is pure Creole French, all sung in patois, drawn from various Chenier Arhoolie CDs in our $10.00 mid-line series. 1.... More

Louisiana Blues - 1970 - Various Artists

CAT. #: 9004


CD 9004 Featuring Henry Gray, Guitar Kelley, Silas Hogan, Clarence Edwards, & Whispering Smith. Recorded in 1970. 1. The Blues Won't Let Me... More

Johnnie Lewis - Alabama Slide Guitar

CAT. #: 9007


CD 9007 Country blues artist Johnie Lewis was born on a farm near Eufaula, Alabama but spent much of his life playing at various small clubs around... More

Bee Houston & His High Steppers - The Hustler

CAT. #: 9008


CD 9008 Texas born, Los Angeles blues guitarist Bee Houston became known as Big Mama Thornton's guitarist during the waning years of her career. He... More

Big Joe Williams - And Friends, Going Back To Crawford

CAT. #: 9015


CD 9015 Joe Lee “Big Joe” Williams , famous for his emotional singing, his 9 string guitar, and his composition “Baby Please Don't... More

John Littlejohn - Slidin' Home

CAT. #: 9019


CD 9019 "Back in 1968, I told Buddy Guy, who was playing in a Berkeley club, that I was interested in recording his favorite neglected giants of... More

Chris Thomas King - It's A Cold Ass World (The Beginning)

CAT. #: 9020


CD 9020 Chris Thomas King, who delivered a stellar performance as Tommy Johnson in the Coen Brothers' film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", started... More

Mance Lipscomb - Texas Country Blues

CAT. #: 9026


CD 9026 Mance Lipscomb - vocal & guitar; Mike Birnbaum - second guitar on #3; Charlie Pritchard - second guitar on #10; Powell St. John -... More

Juke Boy Bonner - Ghetto Poet

CAT. #: 9040


CD 9040 Weldon "Juke Boy" Bonner (May 22, 1932 - June 29, 1978) was not only a remarkable blues poet who spoke from his heart and true life... More

Clifton Chenier - Sings The Blues

CAT. #: 9041


CD 9041 Clifton Chenier came out of the French-Creole culture of Southwest Louisiana and put Zydeco music on the world's map of musical delights.... More

Big Mama Thornton - With the Muddy Waters Blues Band, 1966

CAT. #: 9043


CD 9043 Big Mama Thorton - Vocals; Muddy Waters - guitar; Otis Spann - Piano; James Cotton - harmonica; Sammy Lawhorn - guitar; Luther... More

Clifton Chenier - Louisiana Blues And Zydeco

CAT. #: 9053


CD 9053 Clifton Chenier was the undisputed King of Zydeco, and the man who literally invented the genre. He took Louisiana's rural Creole music from... More