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CDs - Arhoolie Blues

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Mississippi Fred McDowell - You Got To Move

CAT. #: 304

$15.00

CD 304 Fred McDowell - vocals & guitar. Fred's mentor Eli Green is heard on "Brooks Run Into the Ocean" and " Bull Dog Blues." Recorded in 1964... More


Mance Lipscomb - Texas Songster

CAT. #: 306

$15.00

CD 306 Mance Lipscomb "Texas Songster" "Texas Sharecropper and Songster" (album)— Mance Lipscomb (1960) has been added to the Library of... More


Sonny Boy Williamson - King Biscuit Time

CAT. #: 310

$15.00

CD 310 Sonny Boy Williamson - vocals and harmonica with Dave Campbell - piano; Cliff Bivens - bass; Frock O'Dell - drums; Joe Willie Wilkins... More


Big Joe Williams - Shake Your Boogie

CAT. #: 315

$15.00

CD 315 Joe Lee “Big Joe” Williams - vocals and 9-string guitar Mary Williams - vocal on 6, Charlie Musselwhite - harmonica on 20,... More


Bukka White - Sky Songs

CAT. #: 323

$15.00

CD 323 Bukka White - vocals & guitar or piano (plus Big Willie Wayne - washboard on 1 & 7). All of the songs from ARH 1019 and ARH 1020... More


Earl Hooker - Two Bugs And A Roach

CAT. #: 324

$15.00

CD 324 Earl Hooker : vocals & guitar with Freddie Roulette, Louis Myers, Joe Willie Perkins, Carey Bell, etc. Recorded in 1968 & 1969, some... More


Lightning Hopkins - The Gold Star Sessions - Vol 1

CAT. #: 330

$15.00

CD 330 Sam “Lightning” Hopkins - vocals and guitar. Recorded in Houston for the Gold Star label in the late 1940s. Remastered in 1990... More


Joe Turner - Tell Me Pretty Baby

CAT. #: 333

$15.00

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


Lightning Hopkins - The Gold Star Sessions - Vol. 2

CAT. #: 337

$15.00

CD 337 Sam “Lightning” Hopkins - vocals & guitar (1947-52). Also available “The Gold Star Sessions - Vol. 1" 1. Walking Blues... More


Clifton Chenier - King Of The Bayous

CAT. #: 339

$15.00

CD 339 Clifton Chenier - vocals and accordion with Cleveland Chenier - rubboard; Robert Peter (St. Judy) - drums; Joe Morris (Brochet) - bass;... More


The Hopkins Brothers - Texas Country Blues

CAT. #: 340

$15.00

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


Clifton Chenier - Bon Ton Roulet

CAT. #: 345

$15.00

CD 345 Clifton Chenier - accordion & vocals and his band. All of Clifton's 2nd ARH LP 1031 from 1966 with Morris Chenier on fiddle who was on... More


Clifton Chenier - Bogalusa Boogie

CAT. #: 347

$15.00

2011 GRAMMY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE Compact Disc 347 The GRAMMY Hall Of Fame was created to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or... More


Snooks Eaglin - Country Boy Down In New Orleans

CAT. #: 348

$15.00

CD 348 Snooks Eaglin - vocals, 6-string & 12-string guitar, washboard, and tom-toms with Lucius Bridges - washboard & vocals, and Percy... More


Texas Blues - Various Artists

CAT. #: 352

$15.00

CD 352 Classic country blues recorded by Bill Quinn in Houston, Texas and originally issued between 1948 and 1952 on Gold Star 78 rpm singles.... More


Charles Ford Band - With Robben, Mark & Pat Ford

CAT. #: 353

$15.00

CD 353 Robben Ford - guitar, vocals & sax, Patrick Ford - drums, Mark Ford - harmonica, Stanley Poplin - bass. (Michael Osborn - rhythm... More


Clifton Chenier - The King Of Zydeco Live At Montreux, Switzerland

CAT. #: 355

$15.00

CD 355 Clifton Chenier — accordion & vocals; Cleveland Chenier — rubboard; Robert St. Judy — drums; Joe Morris —... More


Jesse Fuller - Frisco Bound

CAT. #: 360

$15.00

CD 360 Jesse Fuller - vocals, 12-string guitar, harmonica, kazoo and footdella. Jesse Fuller (1896-1976), `The Lone Cat,' was a remarkably... More


Mercy Dee (Walton) - Troublesome Mind

CAT. #: 369

$15.00

CD 369 Mercy Dee (Walton) - piano and vocals with Sydney Maiden - harmonica; K.C. Douglas - guitar; and Otis Cherry - drums on some... More


Dr. Ross - Boogie Disease

CAT. #: 371

$15.00

CD 371 Isaiah “Doctor” Ross — vocals, guitar, and harmonica with various accompani-ments. Dr. Ross, “The Harmonica... More