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Rhythm and Blues Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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Them
The Broadcast EP

They are them; you are yours. This 7" harkens back to the '60s band who basically had a ridiculous name that tied up all the loose ends their lovely commercial pop needed. They wrote songs called things like "Baby Please Don't Go?" and here's an EP that displays their old-school, highly digestible sound. 
  • Label(s):
  • Rhythm and Blues

The Kinks
The Kinks In Koncert 1965

Is it a legally binding thing that every Kinks re-issue has to have another word in it that doesn't normally begin with 'k' but does so here for some kind of komic effect? No other band does this. Is the best of...say... King Kompendium? I think not. Aaaanyway this is a recording of the early Kinks during their rhythm and blues era performing a 'warts and all' show. When even the press release uses the phrase 'warts and all' I think we all know that this won't be a live album as slick as 'Frampton Comes Alive'.    
  • Label(s):
  • Rhythm and Blues
  • Label(s):
  • Rhythm and Blues

Various
A Rhythm & Blues Chronology 2: 1942-1944

Big, four-disc box-set of Rhythm and Blues, captured in the very early years (1942-1944) of the genre. This release is the second in a series documenting the history of R&B, and can reasonably be described as comprehensive. Includes T-Bone Walker, Leadbelly, Savannah Churchill And Her All Star Seven, and Ella Fitzgerald! And thats only the start of it...
  • CD box set (RANDB031CD)
  • In stock and ready to ship
  • Last copy

Various
A Rhythm & Blues Chronology 1: 1940-1941

Big, four-disc box-set of Rhythm and Blues, captured more or less at the birth of the genre. This box is the first in a series documenting the growth of the form, and is probably about as comprehensive as you could reasonably wish for. Includes Earl Hines, Big Joe & His Washboard Band, and Sidney Bechet, alongside many, many more.
  • Label(s):
  • Rhythm and Blues