Happy Easter music lovers!
Why not put down that Easter egg for a minute. Take a break from stuffing Hot Cross Buns in your face and pause that carb-alanche while you take a leisurely ramble through our latest newsletter. We’ve had some great new stuff in this week plus some long overdue re-stocks too. By the time you’ve had a good look and listen through these goodies your blood sugar levels should have stabilised enough to mount another assault on all that chocolate…
Fantastic limited edition package of early and rare Sun cuts from the Big O. It’s a 10” LP (that plays at 45 rpm for some reason) plus a 20 track cd and an 8” x 8” colour booklet.
The first compilation of Link’s older brother Ray. Featuring lot’s of Link and his trademark power chords plus vocal selections from Ray himself, along with wildness from Bunker Hill, Marvin Rainwater and many more.
A new gospel series from Bear Family kicks off in fine style with this amazing double discer from the Rev Robert. Prepare yourself for screamin’ righteous rockers with killer backing from Willie Dixon & Odie Payne.
Posh reissue of this super rare & fantastic 1964 LP from one of the true pioneers of outlaw country, recorded at the legendary Audio Recorders in Phoenix. Pressed on 180 gram vinyl with card 12” poster and double-sided printed ‘obi’ strip.
This LP comprises 14 songs about roads, trucks, alcohol, women and jukeboxes from one of the finest and deepest voices in country music. In a fair world Dick Curless would be a household name.
Just back in stock from those nice folks at Sleazy records. Two great dance floor filling Sun tunes back to back on a DJ friendly pic sleeve 45.