I get a chance to buy some new music! Found a few items I was looking for, and came across a great song by Pookie Hudson of the Spaniels while listening to a 1971 Gus Gossert aircheck. I found it on a Jerry Blavat oldies collection, so into the great oldies machine here at the station it goes, and on our premium list. So here is what I have for our fundraiser that starts for 8 Track Flashback next Saturday 4/14/2012.

Complete Stax-Volts Singles 1959-1968 9 CDs

The Master-Marvin Gaye 4 CD

Star Time-James Brown 4 CDs

A Man and the half-Wilson Pickett 2 CDs

Born to Hustle-Various 2 CDs very popular set, lots of great early 50’s stuff.

Doo Wop Box I  — 4 CDS

Doo Wop Box II — 4 CDs

Doo Wop Box III — 4 CDs

Sounds of the city-New York area doo wop — 3 CDs

Dancin’ and romancin’ (various well know and obscure, great stuff) — 2 CD

Windy City Doo Wop-Chicago — 2 CDs

Amos Milburn, the Chicken Shack Boogie man — 2 CDs

Nat King Cole, Very best of — 2 CDs

Sam Cooke, 8 Classic albums and bonus single — 4 CD !! wow !! great stuff you probably never heard

Chuck Berry in the ’50s — 3 CDs

Eassential Rockabilly, the Sun Story (not jsut the usual stuff…) 2 CDs

Walter Brown with Jay McShann

Marv Johnson (30 cuts!)

Joe Tex Singles volume 3 1969-1972

The Spaniels, Goodnight sweetheart goodnight

The complete Eddie holland

Dee Clark, you’re lookin’ good

It’s all over-Walter Jackson

Classic Instrumental Hits

The very best of Jackie Wilson

Don Covay, the platinum collecition

Wilson Pickett (this is pre-Atlantic stuff when he was on Lupine…)

Etta James, her best (’60s Argo releases, 20 cuts)

The best of Etta James (another Argo compilation, 18 cuts)

Etta James, Hickory Dickory Dock (this Ace compilation of 22 cuts are the best of her modern label releases, startting with “Wallflower”, lots of great stuff, includes “The Pickup”)

The Royas featuring Charles Sutton and Hank Ballard (lots of pre-Annie ballads, 24 cuts, Ace compilation so great quality and liner notes)

The very best of Sam & Dave

1950’s Original Artists Doo Wop (lots of hits and some interesting early stuff, Orioles, Dominoes, Clovers)

The Soul Era (Vee Jay material, includes original Bobby Parker “you’ve got what it takes”, covered by Marv Johnson in 1959)