Top 10 CDs

1) Harmonica Terry Bean & Super Chikan – From Hill Country To Mississippi Delta Blues
2018 Hannes and Nicola Folterbauer went on a excursion through Mississippi to meet Harmonica Terry Bean and Super Chikan. The mood was so good, so we started a record session directly at the artists’ home to get a real feeling of their music. The Album is just amazing, real blues!

2) Piedmont Blues meets Mississippi Delta Blues

Archie Edwards – Doctor Ross
This CD is dedicated to Richard Chalk, August 24th 1952 – September 14th 2019, RIP
Produced by John Angelatos / Red Rooster Productions and Richard Chalk / Top Cat Records
Licensed from Top Cat Records L.L.C. Dallas, Texas

3) J.B. Hutto and the New Hawks – Keeper of the Flame

This studio recording with the New Hawks was first published on the Boston Baron Label and J.B. had a great voice as always. The New Hawks were a band from Boston, where J.B. lived after he split from the Houserockers, and he also toured with them in the US & Europe!

4) 50 Years Of Como Ms Blues

FRED MCDOWELL, JESSIE MAE HEMPHILL, ELI GREEN, R.L. BOYCE, RANIE BURNETTE and OTHAR TURNER. These musicians are definitely the best of Country Blues and a must have for all the blues fans out there! The sound of original country blues on this CD is just amazing, real feelings and emotions. The whole Wolf Records Team worked on this CD to put all impressions of Country Blues, especially from Como Mississippi into this CD! The origin of the modern popular blues comes from the country, like Como MS, so this is the real Blues. 12 pages Booklet, with stories and pictures of the musicians

5) Jörg Danielsen – Blues Straight Outta Buenos Aires

The new album “Blues Straight Outta Buenos Aires” is available. The album was recorded in Buenos Aires in March 2018 and has its own songs as well as classically interpreted classics.

6) Dana Gillespie – Take It Off Slowly

Great new recordings by the Queen of European Blues with the great Al Cook Band! After a very long time there is a brand-new CD from the queen of european blues, Dana Gillespie. This time she is singing some erotic songs, which are nice to listen to. The CD has brand new material, but also great covers Dana is in a great form! There is no soul blues or rock blues, just pure traditional blues!

7) Snooky Pryor – All My Money Gone

Snooky Pryor created the amplified down home sound of post-war Chicago Blues. His singin´ and harp playing was influenced by John Lee Williamson (Sonny Boy I.) He recorded in the 50´s on the Labels J.O.B., Parrot & Vee Jay Records. In the 70´s and 80´s he toured again frequently and also recorded great CD´s (mostly on Electo-Fi Records and Blind Pig). In the 70´s he recorded the Wolf-CD “Sad and Lonesome” with Homesick James and also toured Austria. This CD is a mix of unreleased live and studio recordings!!!
Special guest is Homesick James, who is also singing two songs!! This CD is Blues history !

8) Blues Guitar Killers-Various Artists

Guitar Killers – these are guitar players, who know exactly what the bluesfans want to hear! Great guitar licks!! It starts with Magic Slim, then comes Jimmy Rogers, Muddy´s guitar player and also Eddie Chief Clearwater is there – and the Bluesfunk King: Michael Coleman! Wolf´s guitar player Hubert Sumlin, Vance Kelly, John Primer and Lurrie Bell play their great guitar styles! The CD is a must for all guitar-lovers!

9) ABCO Chicago Blues Recordings

There were many small record labels in the 50´s until the 70´s. One of these was ABCO, which was founded by Eli Toscano, later with Cobra “O” and Ted Daniels! It starts with Morris Pejoe, husband of singer Mary Lane! When you listen to Louis Myers & the Aces, Arbee Stidham and many others here you´ll find out, that not only Chess & Vee Jay produced great Blues music!

10) Cub Koda-Live at Blues 1982

Cub Koda was a writer and a Blues musician who liked the sound of Hound Dog & The Houserockers (Ted Harvey and Brewer Philips). So, one day in 1982, he brought them to the famous Blues Club B.L.U.E.S, where they celebrated their house rockin´sound!