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Saturday, May 7, 2016

Blues Obscurities Vol. 1 - 10


The original postings  have been deleted as I will be making new rips from almost near mint LP's to replace the lower quality rips posted in the past.
I hope to have them ripped, tagged and ready to post within  2 months.

Track listing and an excellent article on English limited editions from the 60's and early 70's can be found at http://www.wirz.de/music/blobsfrm.htm

Covers with track lists courtesy of SkinnyMom:
http://www.mediafire.com/download/yz4txxwlo7rpso0/BOArt.zip

23 comments:

Steve626 said...

Thanks for this, all your hard work, and your superb taste in the obscure!!

Anonymous said...

fantastic! luv the zippy,,so fast

HM said...

Thank you for all the work you do to make this music available again.

lemonflag said...

Thanks

finvarra said...

Thanks so much for this! I did decide to tag it... but I notice in the link you provided, Vol. 1 is supposed to have 14 tracks. Is yours from a different version...? Again... your generosity in sharing this great set is truly appreciated.

frumious bandersnatch said...

Incredible post, once again ! Thanks a lot, sir !!!

Xyros said...

Finavarra, the first 3 lps where later re-released on the London label and the 1st volume had 2 extra tracks to the original release. I 've kept to the original track listing of the original releases.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!!!!

finvarra said...

Yep, got it -- stupid me hadn't read the accompanying text before I posted. Thanks again!

pino said...

great, fantastic, super !!!!! you are the best !!! thank a lot !!!
i had a old recorded cassette-tape of the volume 2 and volume 3 !!! thank for your excellent hard work! ciao

jim said...

I am going to have to pop a beer and sit back and listen, listen, listen, listen. Many thanks.

Quibus said...

Wow! What a fantastic collection! Thanks very very much for posting these gems.

Anonymous said...

What a truly remarkable set, this will take all week to listen to!
Thank you once again for the opportunity to hear this.

Bottleneck.

Anonymous said...

Thank you times ten!--Bill

supermabel said...

Many thanks - I have the old London Dark Muddy Bottom LP, but the remainder of the series just downloaded should keep me out of trouble for a good many hours to come. Excellent! You are a gent, sir.

Anonymous said...

Just passing by to say "thanks!" ---there's a lot of very obscure records on your site, notably compilations that I never heard of!
Serge

Anonymous said...

you're keeping the blues alive ! Thank you!!

Hoodoo said...

just WoW!!!! i only wonder how to pay back that kARMA thing...

Anonymous said...

hola saludos desde Ecuador, podrias por favor subir de nuevo los links ya que actualmente se encuentran borrados te lo agradeceria mucho ya que es una fantastica collecciòn gracias.

monsieur jujube said...

monumental merci

Skinnymon said...

I downloaded these rather unique albums when they were posted earlier. But being one of those "freaky people" who like to retag their downloads to their personal preferences, I noted that the artwork was not very uniform (i.e., no all the same). But examining the greater portion of the covers provided, I realized that I had used a very similar typeface for an earlier project. Not the same as the original but very, very close. So I made a set of my own "covers" using the information and somewhat the format.

If you are interested in copies they are here [only 523kb]:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/yz4txxwlo7rpso0/BOArt.zip

Anonymous said...

A little light in the dark ... mmm, not a little, a lot. And information coming from Wirz, must be totally complete. Thank you very much, a lot to learn.
Pablo Crossroads from Montevideo

Bob Mac said...

I'll be looking forward to this. I have the full set already but from memory it's low bitrate and poor quality sound, so a fresh rip in 320 will be much appreciated.