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One Dime Blues

One Dime Blues Lowest new price: $11.99
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Model: 1973938

Etta Baker is a virtuoso performer in a style heard infrequently these days--the finger-picked guitar tradition known as the Piedmont blues. Using a two- and three-fingered technique similar to that of other North Carolina guitarists such as Elizabeth Cotten, Rev. Gary Davis, and Blind Boy Fuller, Etta creates music that is remarkable in its range and depth. These recordings--her first since 1956--are masterworks from an exceptional artist.


  • Rounder

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Boom Boom

Boom Boom Lowest new price: $8.82
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Brand: Hooker, John Lee
Model: 2190968

This 1992 LP features Robert Cray, Albert Collins and Charlie Musselwhite; this reissue adds Dimples and Ain't No Love in This House to Boom Boom; Sugar Mama , and the rest of the original release.

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Mr. Scrapper's Blues

Mr. Scrapper's Blues Lowest new price: $14.98
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Model: 1985871

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Muddy Waters: The Anthology, 1947-1972

Muddy Waters: The Anthology, 1947-1972 Lowest new price: $14.87
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Media Type: CD
Title: ANTHOLOGY 1947-72
Street Release Date: 08/28/2001

Muddy Waters should need no introduction. Not only did he provide a name for the world's greatest rock & roll band, but he also created the Chicago electric blues sound that's dominated the genre since he first hit the windy city in the late 1940s. His bands also featured what would become a who's who of electric blues: Little Walter, Jimmy Rogers, Otis Spann, James Cotton, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, and the list goes on. The Anthology covers Waters's most important period: his first years at Chess through the late 1960s. All his best-known songs are featured in their definitive versions, providing the perfect introduction to a blues master who doesn't need one. --Mike Johnson


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Folk Singer

Folk Singer Lowest new price: $4.98
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Brand: Muddy Waters
Model: 1972382

Muddy returned to his acoustic roots on this 1964 LP, expanded with five bonus tracks from Muddy's next two Chess sessions!

Muddy Waters started out playing acoustic blues in the Delta, and it shows on this return to his roots, designed to appeal to the mid-1960s surge of interest in folk music. The back of the CD includes a photo of Waters with bassist and songwriter Willie Dixon, as well as a very young Buddy Guy, gathered around a single microphone. This particular CD reissue includes five bonus tracks, among which are "The Same Thing" and "Short Dress Woman," which take advantage of the longer CD running time. All of the other reasons to hear this one remain--Waters's strong, confident voice, the relaxed smoothness of the material, and the surprisingly clean recording, made even cleaner by the digital remastering. --Genevieve Williams

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20th Century Masters: The Best Of Muddy Waters (Millennium Collection)

20th Century Masters: The Best Of Muddy Waters (Millennium Collection) Lowest new price: $3.24
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Model: 1972357

The '50s Chess sides are the cornerstone of any Muddy collection. His hits I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man; Manish Boy; Honey Bee; I'm Ready , and Long Distance Call join his famous versions of Got My Mojo Working; I Just Want to Make Love to You , and more!

Muddy Waters's entry in MCA's 20th Century Masters is as good as the budget-minded series gets. True, it's a little lacking in the amount of material--just 12 tracks over the span of 32 minutes--but every one of these songs is a stone blues classic. The set is well focused, too, sticking with some of the great singles Waters recorded for the Chess label between 1951 and 1956--"I Just Want to Make Love to You," "Mannish Boy," "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man," "Got My Mojo Working," and other tunes that are the very cornerstone of Chicago blues. There are other worthy Waters collections covering roughly the same period, notably His Best 1947-55, but this set is fine, too. It's short, yes, but very, very sweet. --Daniel Durchholz

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Mississippi Fred McDowell

Mississippi Fred McDowell Lowest new price: $8.82
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Model: 1973956

What would it be like to sit in the Como, Mississippi home of a Delta-blues master and hear him play and play? Well, that's exactly what this 1962 recording is; McDowell and his guitar both sing with power and beauty as you hear John Henry; Kokomo Blues; Shake 'Em On Down; Done Left Here; Someday Baby; Highway 61 20 tracks!

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Italian Treasury: Calabria

Italian Treasury: Calabria Lowest used price: $8.98

The Complete Plantation Recordings

The Complete Plantation Recordings Lowest new price: $8.17
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Model: 2017017

Recorded on Stovall Plantation in Clarksdale, MS by Alan Lomax in 1941 and 1942, these 18 tracks represent the first recordings of a sharecropper named McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters. And, yeah, there's an unreleased track, and four interviews, but really, for something this historic the less said the better. Just listen.

This is a treasure trove--for the Muddy Waters fan, for the blues historian, for the country-blues enthusiast. Alan Lomax, searching for Robert Johnson (recently deceased), came through and recorded a young McKinley Morganfield. The rest is history. Early versions of future classics can be found on these field recordings from 1941-42, and the guitar and voice that would have unimaginable influence on blues and rock & roll. There's no Chicago yet in these often-scratchy recordings, but if you listen, you can hear where it came from. --Genevieve Williams


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