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Lightnin’ Hopkins recorded over a dozen songs for the Clarity Music Company at the “ACA” Recording Studio in Houston in April of 1969. These songs ranged from new originals, such as “Born In The Bottom”, “December 7, 1941”, “A Rainy Day In Houston”, and “Stinking Foot”, to oldies such as “Feel Like Ballin’ The Jack”, “Shake That Thing” and “Shinin’ Moon”. Since the 1970’s some of these songs have been released on haphazard compilations with the bass and drums mixed too high, the guitar leads mixed too low, and excessive “reverb” in an attempt to make Lightnin’ sound more contemporary.
Factory Benelux presents a remastered CD edition of Sextet, the second studio album by Manchester postpunk funk group A Certain Ratio, originally released by Factory Records in January 1982.Self-produced at Revolution Studio, Sextet saw the original Ratio quintet of Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr, Martin Moscrop, Simon Topping and Peter Terrell joined by co-vocalist Martha ‘Tili’ […]
320 kbps | 100 MB | UL | OB | TB The ninth release from Texas Singer/Songwriter/Slide Guitarist Tom Gillam and the first with his band The Kosmic Messengers. Unique blend of “guitar driven” “American” style roots rock with a nod to the genre’s glory years pas.
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