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Set of four tablemats / large coaster contains one each of Bobby Mitchell – I’m Gonna Be a Wheel Someday Imperial X5475, V. and B.B. – They Just Rocking And Rolling J&S 1623, Big Al Downing - Yes I'm Loving You V-Tone 215 and Eddie Clearwater – A Real Good Time Federal 12463
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Dont Touch / Hey Country Girl / Goin Down To Tia Juana / Just Want A Little Lovin
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The fourth volume of the Koko-Mojo vinyl series cares about hot guitars ! 14 rockin Blues songs from the early 1960s !
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The second volume of the Koko-Mojo vinyl series LONG TIME DELETED Drinking Songs Straight From The Jukejoint Round The Corner Part 2
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Black Halloween is a 28 track compilation by Little Victor - The Mojo Man -
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More scary Halloween hits from The Mojo Man -28 tracks - File under Blues, Rhythm and Blues
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KM-CD-25 Black Pearls – Rhythm & Blues Volume 1
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KM-CD-26 Black Pearls – 1960 to 63
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KM-CD-27 Black Pearls – Exotic Flavours & Minor Keys
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Black Pearls Volume 4 – Raw Blues
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Black Pearls Volume 5 - Let’s Rock and Roll
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Black Pearls Vol.6 “Get Your Enjoys!” (Koko Mojo) Expanding its collection of blues and rhythm and blues songs is album number six in the compelling series Black Pearls. Issued via Koko Mojo, the person responsible for the Black Pearls album series is Ronni Boysen, a multi-award winning blues guitarist from Denmark and, for those in the know, the founding member of The Kokomo Kings (See Rhythm Bomb Records for the band’s albums because they are worth checking out!), in addition to performing with Mud Morganfield Band (son of Muddy Waters) for the past thirteen years. With such talent and knowledge given the accompanying information regarding Ronni Boysen’s record buying habits and therefore ever-expanding collection, the giveaway are the many delightful records found in this album series so far. Volume Six, “Get Your Enjoys!”, features another twenty-eight tracks for your listening and/or dancing pleasures, and mixes some well-known artists with a considerable amount of lesserknown names as well. Such combinations often make for an interesting listen, and it’s safe to say that Black Pearls “Get Your Enjoys!” continues the winning combination. Evidence for such a statement can be heard through artists and tracks including Sugar Boy Williams’ ‘Little Girl’, Billy Guy (‘As Quiet As It’s Kept’), The Lamplighters doo-wop inspired ‘Hug A Little’, Little Buck (‘So Fine, So Sweet’), and Young Jessie with ‘Do You Love Me’. What is noticeable with this particular collection is the more measured pace of the songs, and this adds variation to the album series from what’s been issued to date. With female artists also represented here, with excellent performances from Varetta Dillard with ‘That’s Why I Cry’, Big Maybelle and ‘Goin’ Home Baby’, to Annie Laurie (‘Nobody’s Gonna Hurt You’), there is even more balance and variation, leaving only but high praise indeed for Black Pearls Vol.6 “Get Your Enjoys!”. Nathan Olsen-Haines (Koko Mojo)
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Black Pearls Vol.7 “Oh! What A Wonderful Time” (Koko Mojo) Gathering pace is the album series Black Pearls. Now on its seventh album, Koko Mojo continues to provide coverage for more blues and rhythm and blues compiled by Ronni Boysen, a multi-award winning blues guitarist from Denmark and, for those in the know, the founding member of The Kokomo Kings (See Rhythm Bomb Records for the band’s albums because they are worth checking out!), in addition to performing with Mud Morganfield Band (son of Muddy Waters) for the past thirteen years. With such talent and knowledge given by the accompanying information regarding Ronni Boysen’s record buying habits and therefore ever-expanding collection, the giveaway are the many delightful records found in this album series so far. Volume Seven, “Oh! What A Wonderful Time”, features another twenty-eight tracks for your listening and/or dancing pleasures, and mixes some well-known artists with a considerable amount of lesserknown names as well. Such combinations often make for an interesting listen, and it’s safe to say that Black Pearls “Oh! What A Wonderful Time” continues the, by now, winning formula. Evidence for such an announcement can be heard throughout the latest album whether it’s opening song ‘Done Done The Slop’ by Ervin Rucker, or later on Percy Mayfield offering up ‘Loose Lips’, to Jimmy Witherspoon bringing up ‘Big Daddy’, Dolores Ware and ‘Is It True’, or classic from Johnny Guitar Watson with ‘The Bear’. There’s doo-wop track ‘Rumblin’ Tumblin’ Baby’ presented by Emeralds, to popcorn-rhythm and blues number ‘Listen Baby’ with a commanding performance by Angel Face With The Swing Masters. Ending Volume 7, “Oh! What A Wonderful Time” with two belters; the first from Big Sam & The House Wreckers’ with ‘At The Party’, and then following this with the instrumental ‘The Swinging Thing’ by Jimmy McCracklin, will leave the listener craving more but, rest assured, any such desires will soon be satisfied once the next instalment of this album series is released. Nathan Olsen-Haines (Koko Mojo)
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Adding to its collection of blues, and rhythm and blues songs is album number eight in the compelling series Black Pearls. Issued via Koko Mojo, the person responsible for the Black Pearls album series is Ronni Boysen, a multi-award winning blues guitarist from Denmark and, for those in the know, the founding member of The Kokomo Kings (See Rhythm Bomb Records for the band’s albums because they are worth checking out!), in addition to performing with Mud Morganfield Band (son of Muddy Waters) for the past thirteen years. With such talent and knowledge given the accompanying information regarding Ronni Boysen’s record buying habits and therefore ever-expanding collection, the giveaway are the many delightful records found in this album series so far. Volume Eight, “Down In The Basement”, features another twenty-eight tracks for your listening and/or dancing pleasures, and mixes some well-known artists with a considerable amount of lesserknown names as well. Such combinations often make for an interesting listen, and it’s safe to say that Black Pearls Vol.8 “Down In The Basement” continues the winning combination. Evidence for such a statement can be heard through artists and tracks including The Shondells ‘My Love’, The Contours ‘Whole Lotta Woman’, Earl Connelly ‘This Girl’, Little Jimmy Ray ‘You Need To Fall In Love’, and Johnny Torrence ‘Your Lover Man’. It’s Bunker Hill with excellent ‘You Can’t Make Me Doubt My Baby’ who gets the latest addition to the Black Pearls album series underway, and the soulful, reflective ‘Feelin In Mah Bones’ by Jimmy Lewis is the perfect conclusion to another fine collection in Black Pearls Vol.8 “Down In The Basement”. Nathan Olsen-Haines (Koko Mojo)
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Declaring “Let’s Have Some Fun” is the newest collection to album series Black Pearls. With this being album number nine, Koko Mojo continues to provide coverage for more blues, and rhythm and blues compiled by Ronni Boysen, a multi-award winning blues guitarist from Denmark and, for those in the know, the founding member of The Kokomo Kings (See Rhythm Bomb Records for the band’s albums because they are worth checking out!), in addition to performing with Mud Morganfield Band (son of Muddy Waters) for the past thirteen years. With such talent and knowledge given by the accompanying information regarding Ronni Boysen’s record buying habits and therefore ever-expanding collection, the giveaway are the many delightful records found in this album series so far. Volume Nine, “Let’s Have Some Fun”, features another twenty-eight tracks for your listening and/or dancing pleasures, and mixes some well-known artists with a considerable amount of lesserknown names as well. Such combinations often make for an interesting listen, and it’s safe to say that Black Pearls Vol.9 “Let’s Have Some Fun” continues the winning formula. Evidence for such an announcement can be heard during the latest album whether it’s opening song ‘Let’s Have Some Fun’ by Jesse Thomas & Orchestra, and then continuing with fine selection from Johnny Sellers ‘Heavyweight Mama’, Blanche Thomas and tongue-tied title ‘You Ain’t So Such A Much’, or later on Peppermint Harris with ‘Hey Little Schoolgirl’, Bobby Elvin (‘The Blind Boy’), and Mary Ann Fisher ‘Wild As You Can Be’. Finishing Volume 9, “Let’s Have Some Fun” with two different numbers; the first a mighty fine slice of rhythm & blues from Sticks Herman and track ‘Long Gone Baby’, and then following this with the instrumental ‘Too Hot To Trot’ by Joe Weaver, will leave the listener craving more but, rest assured, any such desires will soon be satisfied once the next instalment of this album series is released. Nathan Olsen-Haines (Koko Mojo)
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Blink Before Christmas - A Koko-Mojo Christmas celebration
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Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 1.
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Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 2.
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Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 3.
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Doo-wop is not just for Christmas. A genre often associated with the festive period at the tail end of every year, and synonymous with a picture book setting of Christmas given the radiating warmth of harmonious vocals encased in gold, and emanating from the voices of a truly gifted combo. A false representation however, because doo-wop is music fit for any occasion. Much more than the imaginative associations of a Christmas backdrop that, granted, doo-wop possesses the power to conjure such picturesque imagery, but on an entirely different trajectory doo-wop also has the ability to portray emotions where melancholy is present whether due to economic hardships or universal theme of relationship woes. It’s in these moments where we all feel something, and there is no genre better equipped with the right utensils (i.e. Vocals) to convey such emotions, in addition to providing solace from difficulties that life has a tendency to produce. Different in comparison with the wild shenanigans of rock ‘n’ roll, and different given the approach of this latest compilation series from the good folks at Koko Mojo, the genre of doo-wop makes numerous connections with the genre of blues during Blues Meets Doo Wop Volume 4.
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