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Welcome to MUCHO MUSIC

The No 1 shop for rare and collectible CDs – plus the odd dab of vinyl. Although we specialise in Old School soul, we love blues, R & B and rock ‘n’ roll very much as well. We aim to stock all the important reissue and new CDs of the styles of music from all over the world. This is the best music from the 50s to the 80s all under one roof, from hard to find out of print items to the latest re-issues. Our stock is expanding every month so check back here regularly for new releases.

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Stax Stunners

STAX STUNNERS

This superb CD shows that there are many more Stax tracks that need to be rescued from obscurity.

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Feelin Good

FEELIN' GOOD

Koko Mojo's latest blast from the 50s includes group sounds, hot R & B and the usual selection of blues rockers. Some rarities here as well. Excellent.

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Jones 

EVERYBODY'S GOT A JONES

Interesting and unusual theme for a compilation this - apart from Paul Kelly's title track all the artists here are called "Jones"! Some great selections as well - a really excellent listen!

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Southern Bred 5

SOUTHERN BRED VOL 5

Another super collection of dance orientated R & B mainly from the 50s - some really rare songs here. 28 of the best of black rockers from the liked of Elmore James, Earl Hooker and many others.

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Brothers Sisters

BROTHERS & SISTERS OF SOUL

The Red Onion label brings us another interesting compilation this time featuring a mix of male, female and mixed groups in their Relative Soul series. Obscurities abound and it would be a very committed collector who had these outstanding tracks on original 45 in their collection. So we thank Red Onion for making these rare tracks available to us all.

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Greenville

DEEP DIP INTO MISSISSIPPI SOUL VOL 2 THE GREENVILLE CONNECTION

As far as we are aware, this is the only ever retrospective of Mississippi music with the Greenville connection.  As the notes state, this compilation  is probably the first time these songs have been available since the records were pressed over 50 years ago.  No big names here – no soul or blues superstars and no national hits either, but you will find a heartbeat of little label music – the backbone of Afro-American culture as it was heard in the juke joints and bars of the Mississippi Delta in the 60s.

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