Sunday, March 29, 2009

Some Recent Finds

I've had a chance to go digging for records a few times over the past couple of weeks. Here are some of my finds from thrift stores, junk shops, antique malls and my favorite record store.

Inez & Charlie Foxx: Yankee Doodle Dandy (Symbol)
The Racket Squad: Higher Than High (Jubilee)
Barbara Lynn: I'm A Good Woman (Tribe)
Luther Ingram: Ain't That Nice (Decca)
Monty Alexander: Spunky (World-Pacific)
Hank Ballard & the Midnighters: The Twist (King)
Joe Tex: You Said A Bad Word (Dial)
Lawson Rudd: Shake This Town (Harvest)
Roddie Joy: He's So Easy To Love (Red Bird)
Roy Moss: You're My Big Baby Now/You Nearly Lose Your Mind (Mercury)
The Dozier Boys: Special Kind of Lovin' (Fraternity)
Jimmy Reed: I'm Going Upside Your Head/The Devil's Shoestring, Part 2 (Vee-Jay)
Jimmy McCracklin: Looking For A Woman (Imperial)
The Ithaca's: Michael's Madness (Val)
The Cresendos: Crazy Hop (Nasco)
The Dardenelles: Baby, Do The Froog (Cameo)
Jerry McCain: Red Top/Twist "62" (OKeh)
Dean Parrish: Skate (Boom)
Round Robin: Sit and Dance (Domain)
Stevie Wonder: Ain't That Asking For Trouble (Tamla)
Count Victors: Peepin' 'N Hidin' (Coral)

That about does it. As always, comments are quite welcome.


Jukeboxmafia said...

Love that Barbara Lynn disc. My copy's in rough shape...

Todd Lucas said...

The copy of the Barbara Lynn disc that I found is also kind of rough.

Politru said...

Hi. .. How can I download Spunky by Monty Alexander ? Thanks