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TRACK LISTING:
1. The Yesterday of Our Love - Jimmy Seals
2. Any Kind of Love - Johnny Wyatt
3. Double Life - Jerry Fuller
4. I’ve Got to Keep Movin' - Charles Lamont and the Extremes
5. A Little Bit of Soap - Yvonne Carroll
6. I Wouldn't Change a Thing About You - Johnny Wyatt
7. I’ll Forgive and Forget - Ron Holden
8. Mister Loveman - Yvonne Carroll
9. I Get Carried Away - Jerry Fuller
10. Drown In My Broken Dreams - Jimmy Walker
11. Laugh or Cry - Yvonne Carroll
12. Turn To Me - Jerry Fuller

Various Artists - Archives Of America

LP | $18.98

A 1621

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A genre-spanning new heritage label, Archives of America is built on the appeal of impeccably crafted LPs, ones where the scope and pace give the tracks room to speak to each other—and to you—to create a new experience. Archives of America cherry-picks deep cuts from great vintage catalogs and arranges them to resonate around a single mood through every element, from the first glimpse of the cover to the last note.

A must-have collection of the most soulful tracks from the Challenge label, all released between 1963 and 1968, from the original mono singles masters. Hear great tracks from Jerry Fuller—who also contributed liner notes—Jimmy Seals, Johnny Wyatt, Charles Lamont and the Extremes, Yvonne Carroll, Ron Holden, and Jimmy Walker of the Knickerbockers. 12-inch LP, limited pressing on clear vinyl.





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TRACK LISTING:
1. It's A Blue World - Mel Tormé
2. Blue Fool - Betty Blake
3. Blue Silhouette - Chris Connor
4. Little Girl Blue - Bobby Troup
5. Used Blues - The Pete Brown Sextet
6. The Blue Book - Booker Ervin

Various Artists - Archives Of America

10" (vinyl) | $18.98

A 821

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This title is available to order here now, and will be in stores starting on August 28th.

A genre-spanning new heritage label, Archives of America is built on the appeal of impeccably crafted LPs, ones where the scope and pace give the tracks room to speak to each other—and to you—to create a new experience. Archives of America cherry-picks deep cuts from great vintage catalogs and arranges them to resonate around a single mood through every element, from the first glimpse of the cover to the last note.

Every shade of blue is reflected in this retrospective of classic tracks from the Bethlehem catalog, a source of premier musicians playing world-class jazz during the 1950s and early ’60s. Blue World, a collection of blue-themed songs, features one side of impeccably rendered ballad vocals from Mel Tormé, Chris Connor, Betty Blake, and Bobby Troup, with jazz instrumentals from the Pete Brown Sextet and Booker Ervin on the other. The great Cary Ginell provides liner notes. 10-inch LP, limited pressing.





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TRACK LISTING:
1. Lonely Street - Helen Carr
2. If You Could See Me Now - Audrey Morris
3. I’ll Remember April - Johnny Hartman
4. Don't Worry 'Bout Me - Julie London
5. Don't Wait Up For Me - Chris Connor
6. Angel Eyes - Herb Jeffries
7. Don't Smoke In Bed - Nina Simone
8. I’ll Follow You - Johnny Hartman

Various Artists - Archives Of America

10" (vinyl) | $18.98

A 822

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This title is available for preorder and will ship on or before the street date of October 30.

A genre-spanning new heritage label, Archives of America is built on the appeal of impeccably crafted LPs, ones where the scope and pace give the tracks room to speak to each other—and to you—to create a new experience. Archives of America cherry-picks deep cuts from great vintage catalogs and arranges them to resonate around a single mood through every element, from the first glimpse of the cover to the last note.

Eight late-night torch songs beautifully lamenting lost love from the matchless archives of Bethlehem Records. Turn down the lights, pour yourself a drink and listen to unforgettable vocals from Helen Carr, Audrey Morris, Johnny Hartman, Julie London, Chris Connor, Herb Jeffries, and Nina Simone. With liner notes from Cary Ginell. 10-inch LP, limited pressing.





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TRACK LISTING:
1. Wandering Blues
2. I’m Gonna Kill That Woman
3. Heart Trouble Blues
4. Don’t You Remember Me
5. Slim’s Stomp
6. The Numbers
7. Shake ‘Em Up
8. Happy Blues
9. Nightmare Blues
10. Moaning Blues
11. Don’t Go Baby
12. Thinking Blues
13. Late Last Night
14. Devil’s Jump
15. Blue Guitar Blues
16. Race Track

John Lee Hooker

LP | $21.98

LP 5425

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Shake 'em up! R&B from the vaults of King/Federal Records!

The embodiment of the blues! A primal architect of the genre’s structure, Hooker’s hypnotic guitar work and commanding vocals influenced everyone who followed, and these tracks—originally released in the late ‘40s and early ‘50s as “Texas Slim”—find him at the peak of his playing and singing powers. Pressed at RTI on 180 gram audiophile vinyl, you’ll hear every moan, gasp and string blast on this definitive edition of John Lee Hooker Sings Blues, from Sundazed.





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TRACK LISTING:
1. Work With Me Annie
2. Moonrise
3. Sexy Ways
4. Get It
5. Switchie Witchie Twitchie
6. It’s Love Baby (24 Hours A Day)
7. Annie Had A Baby
8. She’s The One
9. Annie’s Aunt Fannie
10. Crazy Loving (Stay With Me)
11. Henry’s Got Flat Feet
12. Tore Up Over You

The Midnighters

LP | $21.98

LP 5435

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Shake 'em up! R&B from the vaults of King/Federal Records!

The lascivious pen of Henry “Hank” Ballard was responsible for many risqué odes, including The Midnighters’ “Work With Me Annie,” “Sexy Ways,” and “Get It,” major R&B hits of the early ‘50s all included on 1956’s Their Greatest Hits! The FCC banned several of the band’s songs from airplay, which only made them that much more desirable for the growing teenage market, and this Sundazed edition—pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl at RTI—is the ultimate way to experience the best of the throbbing fury of this storied ensemble at its peak. GET IT!





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TRACK LISTING:
1. I Know It’s Hard But It’s Fair
2. Miracle of Love
3. My Sugar Sugar
4. When You Walked Through The Door
5. School Girl
6. Get Something Out Of It
7. Tell Me You Care
8. Wonder Where Your Love Has Gone
9. It Hurts Inside
10. Mine Forevermore
11. One Mistake
12. Women About To Make Me Go Crazy

The Five Royales

LP | $21.98

LP 5494

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Shake 'em up! R&B from the vaults of King/Federal Records!

Jimmy Page, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Steve Cropper all have cited Five Royales’ guitarist and songwriter Lowman Pauling as a major influence! Tracks like “It Hurts Inside” and “Wonder Where Your Love Has Gone” highlight his taught, stinging style with solos that served as lessons for budding guitarists everywhere. Sundazed is proud to reissue The Five Royales—from 1959— pressed on audiophile quality 180 gram vinyl by RTI and sourced from the original analog tapes.





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