Welcome to

Blues and Reggae

in Streaming Video format

from Adelphi Records

Adelphi Records has opened its tremendous film and video vaults for the enjoyment of blues and reggae fans.

Blues fans should visit the Film page for glimpses of legendary performers in action. Don't miss the Downbeat snippet (where blues great Muddy Waters accepts the 1969 Critics Award during a Labor Day Festival in Grant Park) or the photo section, which contains pictures made in Chicago, Memphis and the Delta in 1969.

Reggae fans will enjoy video clips from the '82 Sunsplash Festival (The Tribute to Bob Marley) provided by KSR Productions.

Our Blues Vault Series CD of Furry Lewis' music, featuring Lee Baker, is attracting a lot of attention among blues fans. To learn more about this duo, who opened for the Rolling Stones in Memphis and appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, see the Take Your Time page for details.

Furry Lewis 'Take your Time'

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!

The rock group Cream recorded Skip James' I'm So Glad for CD and DVD as part of their reunion concert at Royal Albert Hall, May 2005.
The CD and DVD were released October 2005.
See and buy the original: Skip James CD She Lyin' in the Blues Vault series from Adelphi Records.


Visit our Sunsplash Records collection for savings on Toots & the Maytals, Eek-a-Mouse, the Gladiators, Israel Vibration, Mutabaruka & MORE....

Visit Sunsplash Records Now!

 Production Updates:

In Stores Now:

A Chesapeake Sailor's Companion from John Townley and the Press Gang has earned critical claim from maritime historians.

Up next from the Blues Vault Series:

Johnny Shines One Half Mile From Hell featuring material recorded from 1969 to 1972. Until the CD is complete, you can visit with this late great artist in our Films section.

R L Burnside The electrified recordings made for Adelphi in 1969. See GCD 9917 for RL's acoustic blues from those sessions.

     
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