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Juicy Delights And Wild Cuts

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JUICY DELIGHTS from the treasury of Georgia’s

PEACH RECORDS
1950’s & 1960’s Rockabilly, Boppers & Wild Instrumentals!

31 tracks from original PEACH RECORDS singles | plus one unissued track | Heavy quality sleeve with liner notes, rare pictures and label scans | Newly remastered sound | Direct Metal Master | Pressed by Pallas, Germany

TRACKS:
Side A: Leon Homes and his Georgia Ramblers: She’s My Baby | Ramblin’ Red Bailey: You’ve Always Got A Frown | Lewis Pruitt and the True Lads: Pretty Baby | Lewis Pruitt and the True Lads: I’m In A Daze | Dappa Smith: China Doll | Lewis Pruitt and the True Lads: This Little Girl (Has A Magic Touch) | John Worthan: Evalina Maloney | John Worthan: Too, Too Many

Side B: Ted And Johnny: Teenage Party | The Gates feat. Bobby Ferguson: Wrapped In Green, Made For A Teen | Dorie Sudduth: You’re No Good For Me | The Del-Tones: Green Front Boogie | Hubert Brown: Got A Crush | Hubert Brown: Unfaithful | The Nitebeats: Nitebeats Are Rocking | Hoot Gibson: Waiting At The Station

Side C: Olen Little: The World Belongs To Me | John Worthan: The Cats Were Jumpin’ | Ramblin’ Red Bailey: Take Off Like A Bird | The Dandies: Red Light | Johnny Worthan: Strange Woman’s Love | Arnold Bennett: Wahoo | Jay Brown and the Jets: Rockin’ The Guitar | Jay Brown and the Jets: Hanky-Panky

Side D: Pat Cain: Memories | Colman O’Neal: Town With Neon Signs | Ott Stevens: Oh Broken Hearted Me | Vernon Stewart: Mean Mean Baby | Ray Godfrey: Let’s Move To The City | The Melo-Tones: Twistin Guitar | The Melo-Tones: Walking Charlie | John Worthan: Crazy Blue Jeans

Vinyl DoubleLP (6-sided gatefold cover) | Ltd. Edition of 500 copies!
Be! Sharp 6078/79

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Unissued ROCKABILLY Acetates

16 unissued tracks | Newly remastered sound
Direct Metal Master | Pressed by Pallas, Germany

TRACKS:

Side A: Scotty McKay & The Tom Tom’s: Somebody’s Been Lov- ing My Baby | Milt Forester: Crawdad Song | Don Bernard: Rockbilly Rock | (Unknown Artist): I Love You Baby | Jimmy Evans: The Jimmy Evans Twist | James Mara: Reach The Moon | Sonny & The Country Ramblers: Rockin’ Robin | Scotty McKay & The Tom Tom’s: Honey Don’t

Side B: The Jokers: Red Headed Woman | Buck Fowler & His Boys: She’s Just That Kind (alternate) | (Unknown Artist): Whatcha Going To Do About Me | Buck Fowler & His Boys: Don’t Be Cruel | The Phoenix Boys: Mixed Up Mama | The Rocktones: Rumblin’ | (Unknown Artist): The Rock-A-Way Inn | Ronnie Dove: Lover Boy (alternate)

Vinyl LP | Limited Edition of 500 copies!
Be! Sharp 6080

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More Jazz On Vinyl

As the previous two reissues are shipping – here are two new releases coming soon:

LP Dolphy Cover

 

ERIC DOLPHY IN EUROPE

Without doubt, Eric Dolphy counts among the most important and influential musicians in modern jazz – his work is still admired today for its non-compromising individuality.

Dolphy was born in Los Angeles in 1928. He was heard in the band of Charles Mingus who featured him extensively, but also led his own group with trumpeter Booker Little. Dolphy accompanied John Coltrane on a European tour in 1962. He died in Berlin, Germany, in 1964.

Recorded live in Copenhagen featuring the cream of Danish jazz musicians, this album is one of the really great early 1960s classics. The original was issued on DEBUT RECORDS in Denmark in 1962 and is a hot collectors’ piece nowadays.

PERSONNEL: Eric Dolphy (as, cl, fl) | Bent Axen (p) | Erik Moseholm (b) | Chuck Israels (b) | Jørn Elniff (dr) | Recorded at Studenterforeningen, Copenhagen, September 8, 1961

TRACKS: 1. I Don’t Know Why | 2. God Bless The Child | 3. The Way You Look Tonight | 4. Oleo | 5. Hi-Fly

Vinyl LP | Limited Edition of 500 copies | Be! Jazz 6067

 

 

LP Thelin Cover

 

This album became a legend, mostly due to the cooperation with Belgian Joel Vandrooogenbroeck, who had played with big names such as René Thomas, Bobby Jaspar, Barney Wilen and Zoot Sims. In 1968 Vandroogenbroeck formed the experimental rockband Brainticket.

 

EJE THELIN QUINTET | AT THE GERMAN JAZZ FESTIVAL

Between 1961 and 1965 Eje Thelin formed his first own group with which he toured across Europe. In 1964 he performed in Copenhagen with George Russell; from the late 60s to the mid-70s he played with Joachim Kühn and John Surman and turned to Free Jazz.

This LP was recorded on May 6, 1964 at the German Jazz Festival in Frankfurt. The music offers top-quality Modern Jazz.

We are happy to see this album re-issued for the first time since 1965, especially in this wonderful quality, remastered per DMM vinyl cutting from the original tapes.

PERSONNEL: Eje Thelin (tb) | Ulf Andersson (ts) | Joel Vandroogenbroek (p) | Roman Dylag (b) | Rune Carlsson (dr) |
Recorded at 9. Deutsches Jazz Festival 1964, Frankfurt, May 9, 1964

TRACKS: 1. The Opener | 2. It Ain’t Necessarily So | 3. Filmballad | 4. I’m Oldfashioned | 5. Gazoline | 6. Marques De Villamagna

Vinyl LP | Limited Edition of 500 copies | Be! Jazz 6066

Coming soon!

We’re working on two new vinyl-only releases – both albums have been remastered by the famous, post-EMI studio legend John Cremer from Railroad Tracks Studios. Listen to these records like never before!

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Frankfurt All Stars feat. Hans Koller
RHEIN MAIN JUMP

One of the long forgotten masterpieces of European – especially German – Modern Jazz is the legendary “Rhein Main Jump” album! The original was issued in 1958 by the Jazztone label. If you are in any way familiar with jazz just check the line-up and you will have an idea of the music’s quality. As far as we know the music has never been re-issued anywhere – so here we go with a truly fantastic LP!

PERSONNEL: Emil Mangelsdorff (as) | Hans Koller (ts) | Joki Freund (ts) | Pepsi Auer (p) | Peter Trunk (b) | Rudi Sehring (dr) | Albert Mangelsdorff (tb)

TRACKS: 1. Daves Idea | 2. Dusko’s Absence | 3. Swing It, Sam | 4. Sound for Jazztone | 5. Beard’s Beard | 6. Golabki | 7. You’re On Hans | 8. Rhein Main Jump | 9. Almost Dawn | 10. Old Hat With A New Rim | 11. Adlon 1925 | 12. Ending Ad Lib

Vinyl LP | Limited Edition of 500 copies | BE! Jazz 6-064

LP Zodiac Cover

Barney Wilen
ZODIAC

Barney Wilen was famous for being included in Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis’ European tours, and this is his excursion into free jazz, dedicated to the mystical signs of the Zodiac! One of the very early masterpieces of 1960s European avantgarde jazz! Wilen was a brilliant tenor player who flirted with many music fashions in his thirty-years career. The music here is avantgarde school, and this excellent pressing finally captures the timbre and the resonance of the instruments.

PERSONNEL: Barney Wilen (ts) | Raymond Court (t) | Carl Heinz Berger (p*, vib) | Jean Francois Jenny Clark (b) except**| Jacques Thollot (d) except*** | Recorded in Paris, January 19 & 20, 1966

TRACKS: 1. Poissons (B. Wilen) | 2. Verseau (B. Wilen)** | 3. Capricorne (B. Wilen)* | 4. Sagittaire (B. Wilen)** | 5. Scorpion (B. Wilen) | 6. Balance (B. Wilen) | 7. Vierge (B. Wilen) | 8. Lion (B. Wilen) | 9. Cancer (B. Wilen)*** | 10. Gemeaux (B. Wilen) | 11. Taureau (B. Wilen)* | 12. Belier (B. Wilen)

Vinyl LP | Limited Edition of 500 copies |BE! Jazz 6-065