Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Mail order catalog CDs, LPs, 45s, magazines, books, memorabilia

Here's a sample of the mail order items we have for sale. For thousands more, see the Online Ordering section at www.bluesoterica.com. We buy and sell 45s, LPs, 78s, CDs, and cassettes – blues, R&B, soul, funk, jazz, rock, world/ethnic, soundtrack, pop, folk, C&W, comedy, dance, spoken word & gospel, plus books & magazines, concert posters, photos & musical memorabilia.

You can also browse the lists under seller name JIMONEAL at www.jimoneal.gemm.com and under seller name BLUESOTERICA at www.jimoneal.musicstack.com.

Also see my eBay store: http://stores.ebay.com/BluEsoterica-com-Mail-Order_W0QQsspagenameZMEQ3aFQ3aSTQQtZkm

Most of the items at the eBay store are NOT listed on the other sites.

WANTED: 45s from Kansas City, St. Louis, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Kansas, Iowa, Florida, Texas, Kentucky, and Africa.

Jim O'Neal (Stackhouse232@aol.com)
3516 Holmes St.
Kansas City MO 64109
(816) 931-0383

CDs * LPs * 45s * Books * Magazines * Memorabilia

Payment accepted by PayPal, check, money order or cash (please use registered mail if sending cash).

Postage & handling (USA) for one CD, 45, LP, book, photo, or magazine: $3.75; each additional record or magazine $1.00; each additional book $2.50. Insurance (optional): USA: $1.35 for up to $50.00 insurance; $2.30 for $100.00 insurance; $1.05 per each additional $100.00.

Air mail postage & handling for foreign buyers for one LP or magazine: $7.50 Canada, $12.50 UK & Europe, $15 Australia & Japan. Books: $7 Canada, $16 UK & Europe, $20 Australia & Japan. Each additional LP, book or magazine: $2.00 Canada; $4.00 Europe, $5.00 UK, Australia & Japan.

Air mail postage & handling for foreign buyers for one 45, photo, or CD: $7.50 Canada, UK, Europe & South America, $10 Japan & Australia. Each additional 45: $1.00 to all countries.

For more details, see the POSTAGE & HANDLING COSTS page at www.stackhouse-bluesoterica.blogspot.com.

All items subject to availability. Let us know what you want to order and we will invoice you for the total. Or you may send payment with your order and we will send refunds for any items that are unavailable.

SRC-1910 Keep It To Yourself – Arkansas Blues, Volume One: Solo Performances
SRC-1911 Memphis Gold: Prodigal Son
SRC-1912 Foree “Guitar” Wells & The Walnut Street Blues Band: It’s A New Day, Brother!
SRC-1913 D.C. Bellamy: Give Some Body to Somebody

ROOSTER BLUES CDs priced as noted (mint condition, most are still sealed).
R2616 Larry Davis: Funny Stuff. Handy Award winner prod. by Oliver Sain. $9.99
R2618 Magic Slim & the Teardrops: Grand Slam. Hard-driving 1982 Chicago blues session, plus 1975 EP tracks. Handy Award winner. $9.99
R2619 Valerie Wellington: Million Dollar $ecret. Chicago blues w/ Magic Slim & Teardrops. $12.99
R2620 Big Daddy Kinsey & the Kinsey Report: Bad Situation. $12.99
R2622 Eddy Clearwater w/ Otis Rush & Sugar Blue: Flimdoozie. $9.99
R2623 Roosevelt “Booba” Barnes & The Playboys: The Heartbroken Man. Electric juke joint blues from Greenville, MS. $12.99
R2624 Eddie Shaw: In The Land of the Crossroads. Clarksdale sessions. $12.99
R2626 Lonnie Shields: Portrait, 2000 re-release, new cover art. $9.99
R2628 Willie Cobbs: Down To Earth. Harmonica blues by originator of blues classic "You Don't Love Me". $12.99
R2630 Rawls & Luckett: Can’t Sleep at Night. Stax-style Southern soul & blues by Johnny Rawls & L.C. Luckett. $12.99
R2632 Robert “Bilbo” Walker: Promised Land. Hard-rocking Delta blues guitarist with Sam Carr & Frank Frost. $12.99
R2633 Lonnie Shields: Midnight Delight. Soulful blues w/ Al Green's horn section + Rawls & Luckett. $12.99
R2634 Super Chikan: Blues Come Home To Roost. Eccentric & original modern Delta blues songwriter, singer & guitarist. 2000 re-release, new cover art. $12.99
R2638 Eddie C. Campbell: Hopes and Dreams. Chicago blues w/ Billy Boy Arnold & Ernest Lane. $9.99
R2639 "Philadelphia"Jerry Ricks: Many Miles of Blues. Acoustic blues guitar master, recorded at Blue Heaven Studios. $12.99
R2640 DC Bellamy: Water to Wine. Exciting modern blues from K.C. $12.99
R2641 Various: And This Is Maxwell Street. 3-CD set of live 1964 recordings from Maxwell Street by Robert Nighthawk, Johnny Young, et al. One CD is an interview with Nighthawk done by Mike Bloomfield, with Nighthawk playing solo guitar. $21.99
R2642 Willie King & The Liberators: Freedom Creek. Live juke joint/political blues recorded at Bettie's Place. $12.99
R2643 Robert "Bilbo" Walker: Rock The Night, w/ Sam Carr & David "Pecan" Porter, live in Chicago. $9.99
R2644 Lady Bianca: Rollin’. Soulful & high-energy Oakland blues & funk. $12.99
R2645 Super Chikan: Shoot That Thang. More wacky, funky blues. $12.99
R2646 Arthur Williams: Midnight Blue. St. Louis blues harp. $9.99
R2647 Willie King & The Liberators: Living in a New World. Political juke joint blues, Memphis studio session. $12.99.
Howlin 4 Willie King & the Liberators: Advance Triple A/Progressive Sampler. 4 songs from R2647 CD for radio stations. $6
R9825 Rooster Blues 1980-2000. Sampler featuring 19 different artists incl. a few previously unissued cuts. $9.99

(New CDs in mint condition unless noted otherwise).
R.L. Burnside : Mississippi Hill Country Blues, Swingmaster CD 2201. Acoustic blues guitar. $18.99
Maurice Davis : Into Something, Wilson WIL36. Soul blues. $12.99
Maurice Davis : I've Got To Move On, Wilson WIL32. Soul blues. $12.99
Maurice Davis: Trouble, Touring no#, promo. Soul blues. $12.99
Deep Cuts : The Deep Cuts Blues Band, self produced no #. Self-produced CDR by one of Clarksdale's favorite bands w/ covers & original material. $15.99
Wesley Jefferson Southern Soul Band: The Delta Blues Live From The Do Drop Inn, Repap no#. w/ Super Chikan. $18.99
Sax Kari as Candy Yams & the Bluesville Express: Love Juice, Hot Blues HTCD 33207-2. Florida blues. $9.99
Eddie Kirkland : Democrat Blues, Blue Suit BS-119D. Toledo sessions. Includes a 2nd bonus disc. $12.99
Lady Bianca : All By Myself, Magic-O MOCD-503, Sassy piano blues from Oakland. $12.99
Rudy Love: Labor of Love, Rudy Love Productions 676741000328. 16 tracks from the ‘60s thru ‘90s, including Rudy’s father Bob Love singing Good Morning, Little Schoolgirl with Don & Bob (1960). $17.99
Rudy Love: Infinite Love, Rudy Love Productions . Wichita soul singer. $15.99
Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes: Greatest Hits, CBS Special Products A 21149. $6.99
Memphis Gold : Memphis Gold, MG MG98101 (fine debut CD on his own label by singer-guitarist Chester “K.D.” Chandler, with special guest and co-producer Bobby Parker on guitar; Chandler learned from Rev. Robert Wilkins and was a member of The Fieldstones in Memphis.). $17.98
Lee Morris : Whip It On U, Da-Man Records DAMA 6846. Soul blues. $12.99
Mystery Man : Bedroom Workout, Wilson WIL33. Soul blues. $12.99
Calvin Owens & the Calvin Owens Blues Orchestra: The Best of Calvin Owens, Sawdust Alley Records SAZ4232. $15.99
Johnny Rawls: Lucky Man, Deep South Sound DSSCD01. $15.99
Earnest Guitar Roy : Ain''t Going Down That Road By Myself, JunBug Music CD-R001. Clarksdale blues guitarist. $17.99
John Sinclair & His Blues Scholars: Full Moon Night. (Japanese) P-Vine Special PCD-5122. $19.99.
Ike Turner & the Kings of Rhythm: Here and Now, IKON 8850. Ike's comeback blues CD. $9.99
Mose Vinson: Piano Man, Center for Southern Folklore CSF 1997-1, M. veteran Memphis pianist produced by the Center for Southern Folklore. 19 tracks -- boogie woogie, blues, gospel & talk. $15.99
Lee Shot Williams: Let The Good Times Roll, Wilson WIL35, M. soul blues. $12.99
Charles Wilson: You Got To Pay To Play, Wilson WIL34, M. soul blues. $12.99
Charles Wilson: Songs From The Vault, Wilson WIL27, M. soul blues. $12.99
Charles Wilson: It Ain’t the Size. Ecko ECD1023. Promo copy, used. $7.99.
Various: Soul Blues Volume 1, Wilson WIL30. Charles Wilson, Lee Morris, Bobby McNutt, Chuck Strong & Frank O. $12.99
Soul Blues Volume 2, Wilson WIL31. Charles Wilson, Shelia Louis, Will T., Nellie Travis, Earl Duke & Lee Morris. $12.99
Various: Traveling Through the Jungle: Fife and Drum Music from the Deep South, P-Vine Special PCD-5476. Japanese reissue of Testament CD. $17.98.


John Mohead: Lula City Limits, Okra-Tone 4961. Southern country rock/folk from Lula, MS. $12.99
Mohead: Rural Electric, Okra-Tone 4962, $12.99
John Ruskey: Riverman, self produced no #. Self produced Clarksdale CD by canoe guide, musician & co-founder of the Delta Blues Education Fund. $15.99
Sweet Honey in the Rock: Breaths, Flying Fish FF 70105. $6.99
Sweet Honey in the Rock: Live at Carnegie Hall, Flying Fish FF 70106. $6.99

by Jim O'Neal. 40-page guide to blues sites, juke joints, plantations,gravestones etc. August 2004 edition. Hand-stapled. $8.50. Postage & handling: same as CDs.

(new, still sealed)
Eddie C. Campbell: King of the Jungle, Rooster Blues R7602. $10
Fannie Bell Chapman: Gospel Singer (Southern Culture SC1702) $10
Aron Burton: Usual Dangerous Guy (Avaron 943) $8
Dorothy & George Jackson: Old Time Spirituals. Amblin 5287 (slide guitar) $15
George Jackson: Sweet Down Home Delta Blues, Amblin 14935. (K.C. slide guitarist) $25
Casey Jones: Still Kickin’ (Airwax AW3839) Chicago blues, funk & soul. $10
Casey Jones: Solid Blue (Rooster Blues R7612) $6
A.C. Reed & His Spark Plus: Take These Blues and Shove ‘Em, Rooster Blues R7606. $10
Various: Bothered All the Time, Southern Culture SC1703 $15
12-inch REGGAE EP: New Era: Joggin ina Babylon/Dubbin ina Babylon/Rappin ina Babylon, Rooster Reggae RR5446. $3

$2.50 each except as noted. Postage & handling same as CDs.
R47 Larry Davis: Walk Out Like a Lady/Since I Been Loving You (produced by Oliver Sain)
R50 Ernest Lane & Strength: Doggin’ No More/Little Girl $5
R51 Big Daddy Kinsey & The Kinsey Report: Treat Your Woman Right/Change Your Evil Ways $5
R53 Earnest “Guitar” Roy: I Wanna Know /Too Many Women
R54 Casey Jones: Mr. Blues/(Tribute to the) Boogie Men
R56 Little Jeno Tucker & the All Stars: Don’t Look Now But I’ve Got the Blues/It Ain’t No Use (Big Jack Johnson, guitar) $5
R57 Big Jack Johnson (B.J. the Oil Man): Rudolph Got Drunk Last Night/ Jingle Bell Boogie
R58 Lonnie Shields: I Can Play Dirty/Hard Times
R59 Willie Cobbs: Eatin’ Dry Onions/Goin’ to Mississippi

Near mint to mint condition unless graded as used (VG+, VG, G, etc.). For more details on the grades used to describe the conditions, see the RECORD & BOOK GRADING page at www.stackhouse-bluesoterica.blogspot.com.

Chuck Berry : Run Rudolph Run/Merry Christmas Baby, Chess 1714, VG+. light blue label, cut-out. $8
Birdlegg & the Tight Fit Blues Band: Good Time Blues/Blues Jumped On a Rabbit, Tight Fit no #. San Francisco Bay Area blues harmonica. $5
Christine Burkley & Magnum Force Band: Sweeter Than Wine/Got to Have You, Milestone 100 (1980s soul from Greenville, Mississippi) $5
W.G. Carter (w/) Music by Bill Carter & His Blues Revue: Breakin' My Heart/Slick Talk, Blues Revue U-34079M. K.C. blues guitarist bill (W.G.) Carter. $10
Bessie Clark : He Is A Gambler/I've Got The Blues, Kenneth 125. 1960s West Side Chicago blues. $12
Charles Conley: Prison Bound/Bad Whiskey—Bad Women, Blues Connoisseur 1009 (solo county blues guitarist) $5
Big Jack Johnson : Daddy When Is Mama Comin' Home?/I Slapped My Wife in the Face, Earwig 491645-1, picture sleeve. $5
Rudy Love (w/) Love F&F: Does Your Mama (Know You Do This)/Housewife Blues, Love F&F 777. Wichita, Kansas soul/funk. $10
Robert Lowery: Mean Ole Twister/Evil Hearted Woman, Blues Connoisseur 1006 (country blues slide guitarist, Robert Johnson style) $5
Lil Mason : Cabrini Green Blues (Parts I&II) Streeter Craft CB 5581. Mighty Joe Young guitar, Roger Farrow harmonica. $15
Jerry McCain: She Tore Me Up/A Little Bit Of Something, Bad 45-1001, $10
Country Pete McGill Cotton Field Blues Band: Train, Train, Train, Train/Fallin' In Love With You, Blues King BK-004, produced by Twist Turner. $8
Organics (Griswolds): Trying for the Future/ Christmas Time Blues, Solid Rock , G+ to VG- labels torn. Toledo blues by Griswold brothers, 1968. $8
A.C. Reed : I Am Fed Up With This Music/I Got The Blues, Ice Cube IC 5926, M. X-rated unedited version. $3
Doc Terry : Running Blues/Down The Road I Go, D.T.P. 1421. East St. Louis harmonica blues $8
Jesse Thomas : Your Love is Automatic/ Rain Sleet or Snow, Red River U-25976M, Shreveport, Louisiana blues guitarist. $10
Yvonne Tims : Tumbleweed Lover/Blues Always, WMS WMS-45-101. Gulfport MS blues singer with steel guitar backing. $15
Jerry Washington : Let Me Love You Right or Wrong/Baby, Don't Leave Me, Excello EX 2336. $12
Robert Pete Williams : Goodbye Slim Harpo/Viet Nam Blues, Ahura Mazda 45-AMS-101. Blues picture sleeve with B&W photo & portrait. $15

: CLASSIC INTERVIEWS FROM LIVING BLUES MAGAZINE, edited by Jim O’Neal & Amy van Singel, personally autographed to you, if you like, by O’Neal. 427-page paperback first edition, Routledge, 2002. Interviews, including previously unpublished material, with Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Little Walter & Louis Myers, T-Bone Walker, Freddie King, Little Milton, Georgia Tom Dorsey, Houston Stackhouse, Eddie Boyd, Little Esther Phillips, and Sleepy John Estes & Hammie Nixon. $27.95 plus shipping & handling.

LIVING BLUES MAGAZINE Issue #1 (reprint of the first issue from 1970: Howlin’ Wolf on the cover. Articles include a Wolf interview & Magic Sam tribute) $10.

LIVING BLUES, JUKE BLUES, BLUES & RHYTHM and BLUES UNLIMITED Back Issues: We have a large selection of issues from 1970 to date, most priced at $5 to $10. See our website or eBay listings, or write us for a list.

The following Rooster Blues Records publicity photos from the 1980s and ‘90s are available at $3.50 or $5 each as noted, or you can choose any 8 for $24.99, or all 12 for $36, plus postage & handling (up to 12 photos, same as for 1 CD.).

All are black & white, 8x10 lithographic prints except for the glossies as noted. Many of these photos were taken by prominent blues and jazz photographers. All are near mint to mint stock copies (some show slight storage wear).

LONNIE PITCHFORD, posed with his various musical instruments (homemade and storebought) and carpenter’s tools, outside the Stackhouse/Rooster Blues headquarters in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Photo by Norman Mauskopf. Glossy. $5
ROOSEVELT “BOOBA” BARNES, shot in Greenville, Miss., 1988, by noted British photographer Valerie Wilmer. Glossy. $5

The following photos are $3.50 each:
VALERIE WELLINGTON, photo by veteran African-American photographer Doyle Wicks, Chicago, 1983..
MAGIC SLIM, photo from a 1980s Chicago Blues Festival, by Larry Kodani.
PHILADELPHIA JERRY RICKS, bare-chested with guitar, eyes closed. Photo by Marc Norberg.
ROBERT “BILBO” WALKER, grinning with guitar, Clarkdale, Mississippi, photo by Jim O’Neal.
WILLIE COBBS, face shot, posed with harmonica. Photographer unidentified.
EDDIE C. CAMPBELL, studio photo, singing with guitar, by James Fraher, 1990s.
EDDIE SHAW, smiling, hands spread, with saxophone, photographer unidentified. Chicago, c. 1990. Glossy.
EARNEST “GUITAR” ROY, sitting atop amplifier with guitar. Photo by Jim O’Neal, 1987-88.
LONNIE SHIELDS, posed with guitar outside the Stackhouse/Rooster Blues headquarters in Clarksdale, Mississippi, photo by Patty Johnson, c. 1989.
LARRY DAVIS “The Arkansas Blues Man,” smiling with guitar, onstage at Biddy Mulligan’s in Chicago, early 1980s, photo by Jim O’Neal. This is 8-1/2 x 11 and is a matte lithograph printed on thin paper stock. All other photos are on heavier photo stock.



At 12:26 PM, Blogger Russell Cushman said...

I am interested in your Charles Conley item... can you tell me more about it?

At 12:27 PM, Blogger Russell Cushman said...

I am interested in your Charles Conley item... can you tell me more about it?


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