New Delmark Blues Releases - On Sale Now


 

Magic Sam
Black Magic

Delmark DE 620

NEW DELUXE EDITION. Recorded on October 23 and November 6, 1968 Black Magic was released only days before Magic Sam's untimely passing on December 1, 1969. He was only 32! The album went on to win a W.C. Handy Award in the classic blues album category. This Digipak Deluxe Edition contains more than an hour of west side Chicago blues at itŐs finest, re-mastered from the original analog tapes. The 16-page booklet contains never before seen photos at the recording session, additional color photos from the Ann Arbor Music Festival, the original liner note from the LP and a new note by producer Bob Koester. With Eddie Shaw, tenor sax; Mighty Joe Young, guitar; Lafayette Leake, piano; Mack Thompson, bass; Odie Payne, Jr., drums.

 


Dave Weld & The Imperial Flames
Slip Into A Dream
Delmark DE 842

In a review of Weld's first Delmark CD, Living Blues magazine said: "Burnin' Love is a raucous monster...Weld performs wonderfully wild guitar...their sweet vocal harmonies are as animated as Weld's wicked and rockin' slide guitar. (Monica's) "Talk Dirty" is equally suited for a sultry blues diva...here Myhre displays her burly pipes." The songwriting team of Weld/Myhre has reached new heights with the sublime title track, the self-described "Sweet Rockin' Soul" and the crossover "Sweet Love (Dulce Amor)". Other new songs include "Looking For A Man", "May Be Right May Be Wrong" and "Tremble". With special guests Bobby Rush adding harp on 2 songs, Greg Guy (son of Buddy Guy) on guitar on one and Sax Gordon on tenor and baritone sax.

WELD, DAVE + IMPERIAL FLAMES / SLIP INTO A DREAM
Jazz CD Delmark 842

$15.99

 

 


 

Jimmy Burns
It Ain't Right

Delmark DE 841

A walk in the Delta with sanctified swagger, It Ain't Right is a joyous culmination and testimonial to Jimmy's vocal talent and musical gifts. Relevant and inspiring, these songs are loaded with a great sense of collective purpose. Other musicians may cover a tune, but his clear and soulful message and individual approach make any song directly his own, and Jimmy Burns our musical treasure. Jimmy is accompanied by his working band Anthony Palmer, guitar; Greg McDaniel, bass: Bryant "T" Parker, drums; with additional support from Sumito "Ariyo" Ariyoshi, piano; Roosevelt Purifoy, organ; Marques Carroll, trumpet; Chris Neal, tenor sax; Aaron Getsug, baritone sax. 15 songs include two new originals by Billy Flynn. Produced by Dick Shurman.

BURNS, JIMMY / IT AIN'T RIGHT -CD *DELMARK 841
BLUES CD DELMARK 841 *BLB

$15.99

 

 


 

 

Delmark 60th Anniversary: Blues   
Delmark DE 917

Founded in 1953 by Bob Koester, Delmark Records continues to record jazz and blues under Koester's leadership. To celebrate the 60th anniversary local multi-artist blues shows have been ongoing and this special CD package features previously unissued performances by blues legends and new songs from Delmark's current line-up of exciting talent. Tracks include an unissued Junior Wells song from the South Side Blues Jam session featuring Otis Spann; Magic Sam from a 1968 live performance, a sneak preview of the full CD slated for November; an alternate take from the Little Walter Trio featuring Muddy Waters which has never been on CD; Toronzo Cannon, Studebaker John, Linsey Alexander, Quintus McCormick, Lurrie Bell, Eddie C. Campbell and much more.

V / A / 60 Years of Blues -CD *Delmark - 917
Blues CD Delmark - 917 *BLV

$15.99


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