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Chet Baker

Albert’s House

Chet Baker is considered one of jazz’s greatest trumpeters, recording numerous albums during his 35-year career. Albert’s House was recorded…

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Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

My Little Shop Of Horrors

One of rock ‘n’ roll’s pioneers of shock rock, the indescribable Screamin’ Jay Hawkins paved the way for music performance…

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Elvis Presley & Friends


He is the king of rock’n’roll: Elvis Presley. It is easy to run out of superlatives when taking about a…

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Gerry Mulligan

The Rare Albums Collection


The Rare Eight Albums Collection on FOUR CDs. Born April 1927, Gerry Mulligan was an American jazz saxophonist, clarinettist, composer…

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Johnnie Tucker

Seven Day Blues

If you can imagine an album recorded in 1963 filled with the nuances of a southern blues singer steeped in…

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Minnie Ripperton

Come To My Garden

Her first solo album after she left The Rotary Connenction. Produced and arranges by Charles Stepney (for those into strings…

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Eric Bogle

The Source Of Light

Eric Bogle’s ‘The Source of Light’ was recorded and produced in Australia in late 2021 by Peter Titchener and the…

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Greatest Guitar Heroes


Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Stevie Ray Vaughan – this double disc set contains the worlds best guitar heroes….

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Isabelle Courroy

Confluence #2

Le Chant Des Sources

Music from Bulgaria, Greece , Turkey , Armenia; Isabelle Courroy has booked a truly dazzling line-up for the second part of…

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Joce Mienniel

Aram Lee

Wood & Steel

Three thousand years separate these two instruments. WOOD The first is Korean, made of bamboo: the daegeum. This traditional flute is…

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Bonga Jean-Baptiste


“Bonga” Jean-Baptiste was born in Croix-des-Missions, La Plaine, Haiti, to a family with a long lineage of Vodou tradition. The…

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Betty Everett

Let It Be Me

Best Of Betty Everett

This collection includes duets with Jerry Butler, the block-busting “(Shoop Shoop Song (It’s in His Kiss),” and the two very likable…

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The Duke Robillard Band

They Called It Rhythm & Blues

Anyone who knows Duke’s music, will immediately smile at the first few seconds of the opening track “Here I’m Is”…

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Kenny ‘Blues Boss’ Wayne

Blues From Chicago To Paris

Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne pays tribute to Memphis Slim and Willie Dixon in his new album Blues From Chicago To…

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The De Castro Sisters

Teach Me Tonight

Singles & Albums 1952-60


The De Castro Sisters were a vocal trio whose mother was a Ziegfeld Follies showgirl from Chicago who married a…

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Ivory Joe Hunter

Since I Met You Baby

The ’50s Collection


Pianist, singer and songwriter Ivory Joe Hunter was a blues balladeer extraordinaire, specialising in a unique brand of highly tuneful…

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