Fully licensed specification. Born in Georgetown, British Guiana in 1939, moved to Cincinnati in 1954, and the East Coast in the early 1960s, singer/guitarist Ram John Holder worked as a folk blues singer. In 1963 he settled in England and recorded several albums. The masterpiece "Black London Blues" released on the
label in 1963 will be reissued on analog in 2022 by . A socio-political manifesto about the trials and tribulations of being a black immigrant to London, it's a concept album of every imaginable pathos and pain. Along with early Mike Cooper, Eugene McDaniels, and Sixto Rodriguez, this is a must-have album for blues revivalists, and a very great British blues work that expresses his own black experience! Limited to 500 copies.