Saturday, March 07, 2009

St. Louis Record Show Finds

Hello, it's been a week, so I thought that I ought to finally get around to posting some of my latest record show finds. The show in St. Louis was another goodie for finding cheap 45's. Nothing I bought cost over three bucks and a bunch were a dollar and under. So, without further ado:

Etta James: Tighten Up Your Own Thing (Cadet)
Arthur Conley: Run On (Atco)
Lavern Baker: So High So Low (Atlantic)
Mitty Collier: Git Out (Chess)
The Landslides: We Don't Need No Music (Huff Puff)
Rinkydinks: Hot Potato (Everlast)
Dee Clark: Hot Potato (Constellation)
Al Jones: Mad, Mad World (Poplar)
The Joe Simon Band: Oon-Guela (Sound Stage 7)
Homer & Jethro: Houn' Dawg (RCA Victor EP)
Irma Thomas: Break-A-Way (Imperial)
Geraldine Hunt & Charlie Hodges: Together (Calla)
Merl Saunders Trio: High Heel Sneakers (Fantasy)
Tony Allan: Strange Talk (Imperial)
The Falcons: Fine, Fine Girl (Atlantic)
Inez Foxx: Live For Today (Dynamo)
Gene Chandler: No Peace, No Satisfaction (Checker)
The Carefrees: Hot Blooded Lover (London International)
The Five Sounds: Loadin' Coal (Epic)
? & the Mysterians: Do Something To Me (Cameo)
Earl Cosby: Ooh Honey Baby (Mira)
Tom Hartman: Sunshine Woman (Bell)
The Outsiders: I'm Not Tryin' To Hurt You (Capitol)
Carl Holmes: Mashed Potatoes (Atlantic)
The Mystics: Pain (Metromedia)
Young-Holt Unlimited: Horoscope (Brunswick)
Rev. Sylvester Haynes: When The Saints Go Marching In (Norman)
Royal Teens: Sham Rock (ABC-Paramount)
The Isley Brothers: It's Your Thing (T-Neck)
B.B. King: Confessin' The Blues (BluesWay)
Johnny "Hammond" Smith: Smokin' Kool (Prestige)
James Brown: I'm A Greedy Man (Polydor)
O.V. Wright: Monkey Dog (Back Beat) hammered but playable
D.C. Ramblers: Steppin' In There (Keynote)
Otis Leavill: I Love You (Dakar)
Millie Jackson: Love Doctor (Spring)
Ann Peebles: Somebody's On Your Case (Hi)
Al Kent: Where Do I Go From Here (Ric Tic)
The Mirettes: Stand By Your Man (Uni)
The Esquires: You've Got The Power (Wand)
Little Milton: My Baby's Something Else (Checker)
Little Milton: Sacrifice (Checker)
Cleve Duncan & the Penguins: Universal Twist (Eldo)
Otis Redding: Satisfaction (Volt)
Don Gardner: I Don't Know What I'm Gonna Do (Jubilee)
Lowell Fulsom: Too Many Drivers (Kent)
Bill Doggett: Fat Back (Sue)
Bill Doggett: (Let's Do) The Hully Gully Twist (Warner Bros.)
Bobby Christian: Possum Strut (Mal)
John Lee Hooker: Big Legs, Tight Skirt (Vee-Jay)
Marvin Gaye: Hey Diddle Diddle (Tamla)
Marvin Gaye: Hitch Hike (Tamla)
George Torrence & the Dippers: Fine Foxey Frame (Duo Disc)
Dee Dee Sharp: Let's Twine (Cameo)
Jimmy Bee: Funky Way (Kent)
The Common Pleas: Funky Judge (Crimson)
Hal Singer: Hounds Tooth (Savoy)
Hal Singer: Hot Rod (Savoy)
Little Walter: Teenage Beat (Checker)
The Johnny Otis Show: Country Girl (Kent)
J.J. Jackson: I Dig Girls (Calla)
The Moonglows: I'm Afraid The Masquerade Is Over (Chess)
Solomon Burke: The Generation of Revelations (Bell)
Gladys Knight & the Pips: The End of Our Road (Soul)
Lloyd Price: Bad Conditions (Turn Table)
Dave Sheffield: Snathcin' Peaches (Capitol)
Z.Z. Hill: It Can Be Fixed (Audrey)
The Righteous Brothers: Little Latin Lupe Lu (Moonglow)
Big Brother & the Holding Company: Down On Me (Mainstream)
Little Richard: Rip It Up (Specialty)
The Staple Singers: What Are They Doing? (In Heaven Today) (Epic)
Aldora Britton: The Hard Way (Decca)
Sandy Nelson: Day Train (Imperial)
Tina Britt: Sookie, Sookie (Veep)


I'll try and be back with another post in the next few days.

4 comments:

Jason@PSB said...

That was a good show, I spent my budget and wished I had more. I found more 12" than I hoped and bought less LP's than planned. Oh well. I'm a 12" fiend. I'm afraid of 45's, LOL! Though after I find that one last Streisand LP, I know I'm moving on to singles.

Anonymous said...

here's hopin' you'll get round to posting the dave sheffield track someday soon?

Posi Jeff the Record Guy said...

Nice pickups! especially the ? and the mysterians, and Etta James

Tiago said...

Would you please post the mp3 for Sunshine Woman by Tom Hartman?! I´m a huge Aerovons fan!!!
Thanks!!