Fulson, Lowell

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Baby Won't You Jump With Me
Used - LP - IG-407/408
Beautiful 2LP Mono Compilation Of Transfers From 78s Recorded Between 1946 And 1951 Mastered By The Great Gunnar Loof, Just Before His Death. Gatefold Cover Contains Extensive Liner Notes And Exclusive Photos. more
Hung Down Head
Used - LP - 408
Clean 1970 Mono Original Including “chess Vintage Series” Leaflet With Order Form. more
It's A Good Day
Used - LP - 2088
1988 Original Pressed On 100% Virgin Vinyl. more
It's A Good Day
New - LP - 2088
Sealed 1988 Original Pressed On Quiex Type 100% Virgin Vinyl. more
Let's Go Get Stoned
New - LP - KST 558
Sealed & Rare Original With Great Cover Photo. CC, Bottom Center Seam Split. more
Lowell Fulson
Used - LP - 2ACMB-205
Beautiful 1976 2LP Housed In A Textured Gatefold With Tiny Saw Cut. Includes 10 Previously Unissued Songs With The Remaining 17 Songs Previously Only Available On Chess 45s. Recorded Between 1955-1962. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Man On The Run
New - LP - PJ 106
Sealed Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Ol' Blues Singer
Used - LP - GS 1006
Deep Groove 1976 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Ol' Blues Singer
New - LP - GS 1006
Sealed Deep Groove 1976 Original. Cut Out Hole. more
Ol' Blues Singer
Used - LP - GS 1006
1976 White Label Promo With Shrink Still Intact. "Stereo" Sticker Placed Over "DJ Copy Not For Sale" On Labels. more
The Blues Show!
New - LP - YR23-4003
Sealed 1981 Japanese Original. “Oklahoma's Lowell Fulson Has Always Been A Sort Of Everyman Of Blues, Effortlessly Adapting His Soul-Blues Style To Whatever Trends Were Breaking, All Without Losing His Core Sound. This Live Set From Japan's P-Vine Records, Recorded In Tokyo On November 28, 1980, Functions As A Kind Of Career Retrospective, With Fulson Touching On His Biggest Hits, Delivering Solid Renditions Of "Everyday I Have The Blues," "Sinner's Prayer," "Blue Shadows," And The Classic "Reconsider Baby." Saxophonist Lee Allen, A Veteran Sideman Who Has Worked With Fats Domino, Little Richard, And Countless Others, Gives These Songs A Nice, Full Sound, And He Takes Center Stage For His Signature Tune, "Walkin' With Mr. Lee." The Undisputed Highlight Here, Though, Is Fulson's "River Blues," First Recorded In Two Parts In 1946. An Atmospheric Epic About Prison Work Camps In Texas, It Shows Fulson's Eye As A Writer, And The Accumulation Of Small, Finely Observed Details That Make Up The Song Gives It An Unusual Power. Fulson Closes Things Out With His Funk-Infused Hit, "Tramp." The Sound Throughout Is Full And Clear, And The Crowd Noise Is Participatory Rather Than Intrusive. A Fine Set.” Steve Leggett, All Music Guide. more

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