COPACETIC                               ITALY

Distr.  : IT -
          US - Forced Exposure
Style   : reissue /


        01.     Honky Tonk Angel
        02.     Empty Pillow On My Bed
        03.     Red Mountain Burgundy
        04.     No Reason For Living
        05.     Mary Jane
        06.     Gospel Ship
        07.     Stealin' Stealin'
        08.     Leavin' This Mornin'
        09.     Daddy Daddy Daddy
        10.     Intro To Careless Love
        11.     Careless Love
        12.     Bourgeois Blues
        13.     Black Mountain Blues

Very early 1962 recordings featuring a very young Janis Joplin. Recorded in part at
the Folk Theatre in San Jose, 1962 where Janis is joined by Steve Talbot on stage, and
the remainder at the Coffee Gallery in San Francisco, 1962. This collection of raw
blues tunes is essential for any fan of the iconic performer.
CSPC    003 CD  SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS : AT HOME WITH...                 CD      03.2018

        01.     Orange-Colored Sky
        02.     Hong Kong
        03.     Temptation
        04.     I Love Paris
        05.     I Put A Spell On You
        06.     Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
        07.     Yellow Coat
        08.     Ol' Man River
        09.     If You Are But A Dream
        10.     Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle
        11.     Deep Purple
        12.     You Made Me Love You
        13.     Little Demon
        14.     Alligator Wine
        15.     Frenzy
        16.     Person To Person
        17.     There's Something Wrong With You
        18.     You Ain't Foolin' Me
        19.     Darling Please Forgive Me
        20.     Little Demon (Alternate Take)
        21.     I Put A Spell On You (Alternate Take)
        22.     There's Something Wrong With You (Alternate Take)
        23.     Alligator Wine (Alternate Take) 

Copacetic present a reissue of At Home With Screamin' Jay Hawkins, originally released
in 1958. By far one of the most outrageous performers of the early years of rock, prone
to emerging from coffins on stage, with a flaming skull named Henry as his constant
companion, Screamin' Jay was an insanely theatrical figure long before it was even
remotely acceptable. His 1958 debut, At Home, featuring his legendary "I Put A Spell
On You," along with surreal hits like "Hong Kong," "Take Me Back To The Boot And
Saddle," or his wild-ass reinventions of old standards like "I Love Paris" and "Deep
Purple" is a carefully arranged yet gritty, Ray Charles-gone-crazy styled, full band
rhythm, and blues masterpiece, filled with enough howls and groans to send chills down
your spine. Includes 13 bonus tracks, including several alternate takes.
CSPC    4       PRINCE BUSTER           I FEEL THE SPIRIT               CD      05.2018

        02.     HOLD THEM
        03.     SHAKING UP ORANGE ST.
        04.     WE SHALL OVERCOME
        05.     LAST TRAIN TO LONDON
        06.     TIME LONGER THAN ROPE
        07.     I FEEL THE SPIRIT
        08.     MADNESS
        09.     CLOSER TOGETHER
        10.     THEY GOT TO COME
        11.     ALL ALONE
        12.     SOUL OF AFRICA
CSPC    5       THE BEATLES             1962 THE AUDITION TAPES         CD      11.2018

        01.     THREE COOL CATS
        02.     CRYING, WAITING, HOPING
        03.     BESAME MUCHO
        04.     SEARCHIN'
        05.     THE SHEIK OF ARABY
        06.     MONEY (THAT'S WHAT I WANT)
        07.     TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM
        08.     TAKE GOOD CARE OF MY BABY
        09.     MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
        10.     SURE TO FALL (IN LOVE WITH YOU)
        11.     'TILL THERE WAS YOU
        12.     SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN

Recorded on the 1st of January, 1962, in London, this is maybe the most famous
audition tape in popular music history, an audition that altered the course of 20th
century rock music. The Beatles, in their Lennon/McCartney/Harrison/Best incarnation,
recorded these 12 rollicking covers for the Decca label in just under an hour. They
were eventually rejected by the label and went on to sign with EMI subsidiary,
Parlophone, and the rest, as they say, is history. Had they signed with the label
in the winter of 1962, would they have become the band that changed the world?
Who knows... but what is clear is that this was a great band, even in infancy, and
these great rock and roll covers not only show their potential, they're a damn fun
listen in their own right.
CSPC    6       MARCOS VALLE            SAMBA "DEMAIS"                  CD      11.2018

        01.     VIVO SONHANDO
        02.     AMOR DE NADA
        03.     MOA FLOR
        04.     CANAO PEQUENINA
        05.     RAZAO DO AMOR
        06.     TUDO DE VOC
        07.     SONHO DE MARIA
        08.     ELA E CARIOCA
        09.     ILUSAO ATOA
        10.     AINDA MAIS LINDO
        11.     E VEM O SOL
        12.     A MORTE DE UM DEUS DE SAL

Marcos Valle's incredible 1963 debut, Samba ''Demais'', established him as one of
the premier performers and composers in the emerging Brazilian popular music landscape.
Barely out of his Rio high school, where classmates included fellow Brazilian musical
legends Edu Lobo and Dori Caymmi, Valle caught the eye of label executives and had
a debut record out before his 20th birthday. Though he would later go on to be
a massive superstar across his native country and a cult figure throughout the rest
of the world, these humble beginning show Valle already had a complete mastery of
the samba songwriting form and was already a brilliant performer.