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Friday, February 10, 2017

Visitors requests....maybe you can help out




You can leave requests, comments  and replies in the usual way and after moderation they will appear below.
Please do not request new or easy to find CD's as they will not be posted here.

Requested:

16th October: Gerard Herzhaft -Would anyone have a copy in any form of any Knowles (a Gospel Detroit record label) LP and 45s, particularly Knowles LP 1.000.000??

30th October: Pablow - Blind Connie Williams -Philadelphia Street Singer- Traditional Blues, Spirituals And Folksongs"
BTW still after "Harmonica Frank Floyd's ‎– Blues That Made The Roosters Dance"

30th October: Drizz -JAZZ O MANIACS - HORSE FEATHERS - POLYDOR PRIVILEGE 658121

30th October: Pino - Rosco Gordon - Legendary Sun Performers

4th December: Muddyw1213 - Freddy King ‎– It's Too Bad Things Are Going so Tough on Python Records ‎– PLP KM 5

19th January: Pepe - Post War blues (PWB) Vol. 4 Texas

21st January: David: Va -"Times Are So Tight" LP on Swingtime
"Blues In The Thirties" LP on Japanese MCA, or the Japanese P-Vine LP "Johnnie Temple: Lead Pencil Blues"?

5th February: MapleBlues -Black Wich-a-Way Rhythm - Early Rockin Rhythm & Blues – Various Artist

9th February: Ricardo M - Benny Spellman compilation on Bandy Records called "Benny Spellman"

11th February; Tom Thumb -Can somebody please help with some late JOB 45s?
Otis Spann 1110, 1111
Eddie King 1122 (Lonely Man)
Ernest Cotton 1125
Willie Cobbs 1127

46 comments:

Hartmut said...

@Ballas: Thank you so much.

Ballas said...

Glad I could help.

Jeff Peters said...

This may be a tough one: "Ridin' In An Old Model T: Toddles, Wobbles, Rags & Blues" (County Records ‎548). This has lots of pre-war country and country blues, but I am especially interested in hearing a song called "Tennessee River Bottom Blues."

Ballas said...

Does anyone have the album "Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival 1973" on P-Vine PCD 4782/83 that they are willing to share. I would be very grateful.

KansasJoe said...

@Albert: If it is ok with Xyros, I am glad to rip the Eddie Shaw lp.

Xyros said...

@ KansasJoe, no problem with the Eddie Shaw Lp. Look forward to recieving it.

Jon Green said...

Jeff Peters,

Here is Tennessee River Bottom Blues....


http://tidido.com/a35184373745165/al55d737f013b521ef22976cac/t55d737f013b521ef22976cda

Anonymous said...

Can you repost the Magpie "Piano Blues" LPs? The original links from 2013 are now inactive.

Thanks!

Xyros said...

I'll try and repost the Magpies in the next 2 weeks but I can't they will be posted in October/November.

Anonymous said...

I've been finding it very hard to find Ma Rainay's music. I have Yazoo 1071 and a few other tracks on compilations, I would love to hear more. Is anyone willing to share the her Complete Rec. Works on Document, or The Ma Rainey Story on Rarities (or any Ma Rainey!). It would be much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

@Anonymous: The Complete (even with alternate takes) work of Ma Rainey is easily available on a 5CD set (plus booklet and disco) at a very fair price on https://www.amazon.fr/Mother-Blues-Ma-Rainey/dp/B000PSJA8K/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1471791717&sr=1-1&keywords=Ma+Rainey

Chris W said...

Ida Goodson please! I would love to have 'Ida Goodson ‎– Pensacola Piano'
(Florida Folklife Program ‎– LP104) in FLAC or even mp3 format if possible please. I fell in love with this incredible women when I first saw the 1989 film 'Wild Women Don't Have The Blues'.

Marineband said...

@Jeff Peters Thank you for the Walter Davis!

rm said...

Any idea how to find these records from swamp blues pioneer Mushmouth Robinson?

Boogie Boo Blues - BLACK AND WHITE (1940s) - 105 - 1945-01-09; Composer: Robinson; matrix: C6; control: (NYC); ~3 min
I Got The Blues - BLACK AND WHITE (1940s) - 104B - 1945-01-09; matrix: C8; control: (NYC); ~3 min
I'm Hip To These Women - BLACK AND WHITE (1940s) - 105 - 1945-01-09; Composer: Robinson; matrix: C7; control: (NYC); ~3 min
Let's Get Some - BLACK AND WHITE (1940s) - 104A - 1945-01-09; matrix: C5; control: (NYC); ~3 min

kingpossum said...

Larry Davis: I Ain't Beggin' Nobody

A great 80's release from this woefully under-recorded bluesman.

Gerard Herzhaft said...

Would anyone have a copy in any form of any Knowles (a Gospel Detroit record label) LP and 45s, particularly Knowles LP 1.000.000?? Thanks

kingpossum said...

@Steve626:
Hearty thanks for the Larry Davis post. May your days be filled with good things always.

serapion said...

please do try document records for anything pre-war -
I see that for lack of sales they have gone over to strictly mp3 other than for residual stock, which might not be much since they had a rush on the CDs still in print with them when they made the announcement.
They love blues as much as you do !!!!
Do not diddle the company who made every pre-1943 blues record known about available


http://www.document-records.com/

teekay said...

'@ Chris W - copy Pensacola Piano (mp3) can be downloaded at Florida Folklife website

Maple Blues said...

looking for any of James Harman with Icehouse Blues Band
i believe there is 4 of them not sure the titles from early 70ies
thnks!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am a fan of Bob Riedy but can't find his records anymore.
I was looking for
JUST OFF HALSTED
&
LATE FRIGHT
would be very nice and kind if you could help out
regards
Big B

Maple Blues said...

looking for J.B. Lenoir: Mojo Boogie - The Tay May Club" thnks!

BDaD said...

@Maple Blues
J.B. Lenoir - Mojo Boogie - The Tay May Club
https://unclegil.blogspot.si/2015/10/lets-roll.html
http://www63.zippyshare.com/v/I98cL9B9/file.html

m said...

bDAD KEWL !! tHNKS A LOT
Maple B

Hartmut said...

@Gerard; thank you for the George Smith title I was looking for.

Bob Mac said...

@ Big B: One of the blues blogs posted a bunch of Bob Riedy albums recently, within the past couple of months, but now I can't remember which one it was. Anyway, Bob Riedy albums are still getting around. I suggest you post a request in the basement at HGR, and The Demon's Lair over at Blue Dragon.

drizzz said...

This is old style jazz rather than blues but I'd appreciate a rip of the old LP 33 TOURS - JAZZ O MANIACS - HORSE FEATHERS - POLYDOR PRIVILEGE 658121. This is French band, the record came out in 1968. Only copies I can find on the net go for big $$$. Thank you!

Pablow said...

"Blind Connie Williams-Philadelphia Street Singer- Traditional Blues, Spirituals And Folksongs"(would be very much appreciated!) BTW still after "Harmonica Frank Floyd's ‎– Blues That Made The Roosters Dance" made a request sometime years ago (but never eventuated up on the list??) anyways, much love from down under! Kris

muddyw123 said...

Can anyone help me with: Freddy King ‎– It's Too Bad Things Are Going so Tough on Python Records ‎– PLP KM 5. Tx in advance. Muddyw123

Marcfr said...

for Pablow :
Blind Connie Williams - Philadelphia Street Singer
http://www4.zippyshare.com/v/diU9WhjN/file.html

Xyros said...

Thank you Marcfr for sharing the lp.

Pablow said...

Bless you Marc!

Maple Blues said...

looking for


Bobby Little and

The Counts of Rhythm

Delta Blues and Jazz

http://highland-records-gospel-blues-and-more.comoj.com/index_files/bobbylittleandthecoundsofrhythmdeltabluesandjazz.htm

thnks for any help with this one

Pépé said...

@ teekay
Rev. Robert WILKINS – Memphis gospel singer [192]

http://www7.zippyshare.com/v/HsiYWxov/file.html

Pépé said...

I’m looking for The post war blues vol4 – Texas (pwb4)
If anyone could help, thanks in advance.

B flat said...

Hello friend, Do you happen to have Carey & Lurrie Bell - Son of a Gun (Rooster Blues). To my knowledge this LP was made available on CD in Japan only. Appreciate it.
Best,
B-Flat

Steve626 said...

I"m looking for Doctor Clayton's 1946 recordings - I think there's 8 of them - several are included on the following compilations: Gotta Find My Baby, Doctor Clayton & His Buddies Complete Recordings 1946-47 or Angels in Harlem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

Pépé said...

@ David
Blues Guitar Killers Detroit 1950's –Barrelhouse [320]
Not my rip
http://www102.zippyshare.com/v/HsuSV9I5/file.html

Pépé said...

@ Steve 626 :
DOCTOR CLAYTON & HIS BUDDY - pearl harbour blues.zip
Tracks 4 to 8 = 1946
http://www32.zippyshare.com/v/glSs5ndm/file.html

Anonymous said...

Pépé, thanks much!

So does anyone have "Times Are So Tight" on Swingtime?

David

Anonymous said...

also, does anyone have the "Blues In The Thirties" LP on Japanese MCA, or the Japanese P-VIne LP "Johnnie Temple: Lead Pencil Blues"?

David

MapleBlues said...

anyone has a good rip of
Black Wich-a-Way Rhythm - Early Rockin Rhythm & Blues – Various Artists ?
thnks

Jeff Peters said...

Here are two I'd like to hear:

Dorothy and George Jackson, "Old Time Spirituals With Piano & Delta Slide Guitar" (Amblin)

George Jackson, "Sweet Down Home Delta Blues" (Amblin)

Does anyone have these?

BDaD said...

@Jeff Peters
George Jackson, "Sweet Down Home Delta Blues" (Amblin)
http://dontaskmeidontknow.blogspot.si/2016/08/george-jackson-sweet-down-home-delta.html

Ricardo M said...

Hi everybody. I'm looking for

Errol Dixon "Blues in the pot"

and

Benny Spellman compilation on Bandy Records called "Benny Spellman" (https://www.discogs.com/Benny-Spellman-Benny-Spellman/release/4989105)

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks

Tom Thumb said...

Can somebody please help with some late JOB 45s?
Otis Spann 1110, 1111
Eddie King 1122 (Lonely Man)
Ernest Cotton 1125
Willie Cobbs 1127
Regards & many thanks