Stagoleeshop to re-open on Saturday!

posted April 14th, 2016

Stagoleeshop to re-open on Saturday! Only a few days and the wait is over. Stagoleeshop - the Stag-O-Lee online record emporium - will re-open on Saturday, the 16th of April. It is Record Store Day (however, as a mailorder we do not have access to RSD titles), but we have plenty of new rekkids listed for your enjoyment.

New and old titles by fave labels like Doghouse & Bone (the new Alexis Evans LP - Soul Daptone-style), Sleazy Records, Jukebox Jam, Popcorn, Crypt, two new Buttshakers LPs, the great The Sound Of Bassy Vol. 2 compilation (by Stag-O-Lee artist Don Rogall) and a ton of other releases I dig. And of course all the Stag-O-Lee releases at rock bottom prices.

Check it out at www.stagoleeshop.com

Four new releases on Stag-O-Lee!

posted March 31st, 2016

Four new releases on Stag-O-Lee! Well, apologies for neglecting the website, but the motor of the Stag-O-Lee one man operation still is not running smoothly. Which prevents me from working regularly. In the meantime, however, there are some mighty fine releases just out and in the shops (the good ones at least). Here they are:

The Excellos – 20 Days
Format: LP / CD

The Excellos........ Stompin' Rockabilly and Blues Bop played hard and dirty! The Excellos deliver a solid brand of Rockin' Blues that'd be rough, tough and hard to bluff for any other band raised this side of the pond! Gaining their name from the famous 1950's American Blues record label, they play with the authority and gusto of a blues band that grew straight out of the Mississippi mud! Hailing from good old London these guys have wowed the crowds at many Blues and Rock`n´Roll joints the world over.
A new line up consisting of Craig Shaw (vocals, guitar, harp), Garry Tyrrell Lynch (drums & bass) and Jake Allen (guitar & double bass – himself being a celebrated WILD recording artist) finally recorded a bunch of tracks at Denmark Studios, Maidenhead, UK of which twelve made it onto the new album Rise Up! It took them 7 years, but it was worth the wait. Again The Excellos launch into some truly rockin’ R&B that really goes for the jugular!

Jukebox Fever - Vol. 1 * 1956 / Deranged Dime-A-Disc Delights
Primal Rock ‘N’ Roll, Super Rare Rockabilly And Rambunctious R&B!

Format: 10“ + CD (3 Bonustracks)

First volume in a new limited edition series on Stag-O-Lee. A series of ten-inch records done chronologically by year. All featuring rare and cool 45s that might have made their way onto a dusty jukebox in the middle of nowhere. Primal Rock ‘n’ Roll, Super Rare Rockabilly and Rambunctious R&B.
Rock ‘n’ roll had been gestating for some years. A collision of R&B, blues and hillbilly country, it spawned a monster that, in 1956 had many different heads and came in a variety of flavours. Jukeboxes all over the globe were being bent out of shape. Three songs could change everything… Forever. Compiled and annotated by Dave Henderson (Mojo, Righteous Records, etc.).
Each volume is pressed on limited edition 10” vinyl and comes with a free CD plus bonustracks for the highway cruise in your big block V8.
For complete tracklisting check Releases/Details page on this website.

Katanga! & Ahbe Casabe - Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 1+2
Format: CD

First time on CD! The first two volumes in our Exotic Blues & Rhythm series were released on limited edition 10” vinyl (500 copies per volume) and sold out in next to no time! Enjoy amazing and danceable tunes from the late 50s and early 60s - a handful of Popcorn dancefloor smashs, a few grinding Tittyshakers, awesome Rhythm & Blues - most of them with an exotic twist! 24 songs per disc!
For complete tracklisting check Releases/Details page on this website.

Kan-Gu-Wa & Chop Chop - Exotic Blues & Rhythm Vol. 3+4
Format: CD

First time on CD! Volume 3 + 4 in our Exotic Blues & Rhythm series were released on limited edition 10” vinyl (500 copies per volume) and sold out in next to no time! Enjoy amazing and danceable tunes from the late 50s and early 60s - a handful of Popcorn dancefloor smashs, a few grinding Tittyshakers, awesome Rhythm & Blues - most of them with an exotic twist! 24 songs per disc!
For complete tracklisting check Releases/Details page on this website.


In the works: The Excellos

posted February 15th, 2016

In the works: The Excellos The Excellos........ Stompin' Rockabilly and Blues Bop played hard and dirty! The Excellos deliver a solid brand of Rockin' Blues that'd be rough, tough and hard to bluff for any other band raised this side of the pond! Gaining their name from the famous 1950's American Blues record label, they play with the authority and gusto of a blues band that grew straight out of the Mississippi mud! Hailing from good old London these guys have wowed the crowds at many Blues and Rock`n´Roll joints the world over.

Active for a good many years the line-up revolved around main man Craig Shaw (vocals, guitar, harmonica). A debut album was released in 2009 through London-based Rollin' Records. This and several 7“-es cemented their reputation as one of the hardest Rockin low down dirty Rockin-Blues combos on this planet.

A new line up consisting of Craig Shaw (Vocals, guitar, harp), Garry Tyrrell Lynch (Drums & Bass) and Jake Allen (Guitar & Double Bass – himself being a celebrated WILD recording artist) finally recorded a bunch of tracks at Denmark Studios, Maidenhead, UK of which twelve made it onto the new album Rise Up! It took them 7 years, but it was worth the wait. The Excellos launch into some truly rockin’ R&B that really goes for the jugular!

Out now & Coming up: Beat From Badsville Vol. 3 & 4

posted February 3rd, 2016

Out now & Coming up: Beat From Badsville Vol. 3 & 4 Out now on Stag-O-Lee is the CD version of Beat From Badsville Vol. 3! The double-10" is still available.

Coming up mid/late-February is the 4th volume of Beat From Badsville. Again as a limited edition double-10"! CD will come a year or two later...

Subtitled Trash Classics From Lux & Ivy's Vinyl Mountain each volume features 4 themes with 6 tracks per theme - 24 total.

Brought up on the radio shows of the legendary rock 'n' roll DJs, the moondogging Alan Freed, Mad Daddy and, later, the ghostly Ghoulardi, it was hardly surprising that The Cramps' Lux Interior and Poison Ivy began trawling the thrift stores for juvenile delinquent tunes, lip curling bad boy rock 'n' roll, strange exotica, bizarre novelty 45s, dysfunctional doo wop, psychedelic weirdness and instrumentals made by madmen. In America in the 1950s and 1960s there seemed to be small town versions of such vinyl madness everywhere that, by the 1970s were remaindered and to the majority of people unwanted. To the fledgling Cramps this was nothing short of heaven.
The duo filled their house with novelty memorabilia, schlock horror furniture and a record collection to die for. Lux eventually gravitated to his own Purple Knif Radio show and the Cramps delivered their versions of some of the stuff they'd found. The duo name-checked many a 45 along the way and seeking them out and sampling their eccentricities is nothing short of mind blowing.
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