Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Ernie K-Doe- Mother-In-Law (Minit, 1962)

Ernie K-Doe was a flamboyant soul legend out of New Orleans. His first album. Minit Records LP 0002, 1962. 320 vinyl rip. Well worth the surface noise, I think. This record rules, and is super hard to find. I'm holding out hope that one day I'll meet someone around Portland skilled in album repair. Seriously, hit me up if you've got a good lead....

Mediafire download link: Ernie K-Doe- Mother-In-Law (Minit, 1962)

1. Mother-In-Law
2. Make You Love Me
3. Te-Ta-Te-Ta-Ta
4. Hurry Up and Know It
5. Tain't It the Truth
6. Rub Dub Dub
7. Hello My Lover
8. There's a Will There's a Way
9. Heebie Jeebies
10. Wanted $10,000.00 Reward
11. Waiting at the Station
12. She's Waiting


Feq'wah said...

I think the surface noise is acceptable here.

Anyway, i just dropped by to ask you if you know anything about the Farah Dance Orchestra?

If you don't, feel free to take a look at my place, i 'm quite sure you will like this pearl from Turkey.

Pedro Homero said...

maybe this is a stupid question, but: have you tried to wash the record with running water and let it dry?

nicholab said...

ive tried cleaning it twice with record cleaning solution and a felt brush.

Pedro Homero said...

you've clearly did all that was possible, thank you!

Holly said...

This is _so_ wonderful.
Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Look up on Youtube for videos on how to clean a record with wood glue.

You spread it on all over the rekkid and let it dry. Then peel it off. All the dust and grime and grease comes off with it. It leaves nice and very, very shiny. They reccommend a certain kind of wood glue, so head on over to youtube and get searching!

Love your blog, BTW. Four hours ago I stumbled upon it and I'm still here.