Sunday, March 22, 2009

Indy Show Finds - March Edition

Today, I spent a good few hours doing what record collectors like me live to do. Diggin', of course. Yep, it was another Indy Record Show and once again, I had a good haul. I got to see Scott, who came down from Wisconsin and he had a few choice items as he always has had in the past. And I really lucked out at a table that had everything priced to a buck or less. Well, without further adieu, here's how I made out:

Yvonne Fair: Say Yeah Yean (Dade)
Yvonne Fair: Just As Sure (As You Play, You Must Pay) (Smash)
Conway Twitty: Shake It Up (Mercury)
Kool and the Gang: N.T. Parts 1 and 2 (De-Lite)
Jeanne and the Darlings: Hang Me Now (Volt)
Bobby Sax: Sock It (DePlace)
The Soul Sisters: Flashback (Sue)
The Ikettes: Prisoner of Love (Teena)
Mack Rice: My Baby (Lu Pine)
Mack Rice: Love's A Mother Brother (Atco)
Buddy Lamp: Have Mercy Baby (Peanut)
Hank Ballard and the Midnighters: The Switch-A-Roo (King)
Hank Ballard and the Midnight Lighters: On The Love Side (Polydor)
Vicki Anderson: If You Don't Give Me What I Want (I Gotta Get It Somewhere Else)(King)
Vicki Anderson: Baby Don't You Know (King)
Bob and Earl: Dancin' Everywhere (Mirwood)
The Ovations: Dance Party (Goldwax)
Spyder Turner: You're Good Enough For Me (MGM)
Otis Clay: She's About A Mover (Cotillion)
Bobby Freeman: Can You Stand The Pressure (Double Shot)
Solomon Burke: Keep Looking (Atlantic)
Better Sweet: Like The Flowers (M.O.C.)
Arthur Conley: Aunt Dora's Love Soul Shack (Atco)
The Great Gaylord: Squat With Me Baby/Do De Squat (Norton)
The Short Kuts: Hold It Baby (Pepper)
Tommy Tucker: Chewing Gum (Checker)
Jackie and Tut: 10-2 Double Plus (Chess)
O.V. Wright: I'm Gonna Forget About You (Back Beat)
Rufus Thomas: I'll Be Your Santa Baby (Stax)
James Brown: Tell Me What I Did Wrong (Federal)
The Endeavors: Manchild (Gambit)
Lee Dorsey: Ride Your Pony (Amy)
Esther Phillips: Cheater Man (Atlantic)
King Curtis: Soul Theme (Atco)
Laura Lee: Rip Off (Hot Wax)

And that about does it for this time. Next show is in four weeks, so I guess I'd better start savin' my pennies. I'll no doubt have more to tell you about when the time comes. Until then, this stuff oughta keep me busy for a while. As always, if you have any questions about any of these, leave a comment and I'll try to answer them.

I'll be back a little later this week with another music post from O.V. Wright. Stay tuned.

3 comments:

Jason@PSB said...

Where and how often is the Indy show? How does it compare to the St Louis show? Any other shows in the area I should know about? Hip me to the info, please. Thanks!

Brian Marshall said...

The Indy show is held every two months at the Ramada Inn at Pendleton Pike and I-465. I've been to the St. Louis show myself and I think it's a little bigger than Indy's but the last couple of shows here, they've expanded quite a bit. I always find some cool stuff. The next show is May 3rd from 10 to 3.

I know there's a show in South Bend, but I don't know too much about it. I know that the same people who put on the Indy show also do shows in Louisville, KY, Cincinnati, OH and Nashville, TN.
That's about all I know for now. If you need anything else, get in touch.

Anonymous said...

Wow, y'know, way back in '93 I was in a band recording at Coyote Studios in NYC and there on the wall of singles, amongst such luminaries as Hasil Adkins, was The Great Gaylord's double-sided "Squat" single, with framed photographs of the man himself recording his vocal in full aplomb. It was a great, funny memory seeing this magnificent picture sleeve on my daily arrivals. I sure hope you post the whole thing soon, that'd be fantastic...