MERRY CHRiSTMAS from BROKE & HUNGRY RECORDS!

Coming soon on 7″ Red Vinyl!

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HOWLiN’ WOLF on SHiNDiG!

“This is where the soul of man never dies.” – Sam Phillips

“In 1965, The Rolling Stones, fresh from England, appeared on the ABC TV show Shindig. They had one condition: Their idol, Howlin’ Wolf, had to be there, too. Sure enough, he was. A hulking black eminence, he stood at the microphone in a dark suit, his huge head sweating as he stabbed the air with his finger, shaking his hips salaciously before a bevy of white go-go dancers. 
It’s surely one of the most incongruous moments in American pop music. Music journalist Peter Guralnick, who says he reveres Howlin’ Wolf, goes even further. He calls it one of the greatest cultural moments of the 20th century.

“What was so great about seeing Wolf on Shindig was it was in a sense reality imposing itself on this totally artificial setting,” Guralnick says. “While I was a big fan of the Stones, it was altogether appropriate that they would be sitting at Wolf’s feet. And that’s what it represented. His music was not simply the foundation or the cornerstone; it was the most vital thing you could ever imagine.”


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BOYD and RUTH MAY RiVERS – Fire In My Bones via Lomax Archives

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DOODLE THROWER and FRiENDS – Swing Low Sweet Chariot via Lomax Archives

https://www.youtube.com/v/9C935q8sI-U&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&version=3
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SEASiCK STEVE – IT’s A LONG LONG WAY


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OLDS SLEEPER is more than Plainspoken.

 @ BandCamp // Facebook // MySpace // Blog // SoundCloud

Olds Sleeper, Yr man of unknownness and mysteries known, has a new collection of songs available via Cracker Swamp (home to Husky Burnette who plays slide on Lost Highway). Elements of Nebraska, Sparklehorse, and Jim White coalesce towards the distant light to form songs familiar, intriguing, challenging, lovely and strong.




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