The Sir Douglas Quintet + 2 ~ The Honkey Blues Band, 2005 original CDr, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

2005 original Discos Doug Saldana #015, Limited Edition CDr pressing, Numbered #1 of only 7 copies made.  Tracks 1 - 5 recorded live at The Fillmore West, San Francisco, California (USA), Febuary 27, 1969 (opening for The Grateful Dead on a 3 night stand! Cover opens up to the original Fillmore Poster).  Tracks 14 - 16 recorded live at The Soap Creek Saloon, Austin, Texas in 1979.   The rest are very rare recordings by The Sir Douglas Quintet or Doug Sahm with a variety of blues, country & rock-n-roll artists!

Sir Douglas Quintet ~ Dynamite Woman +1, 1969 original mono Holland press 45, 7" vinyl, $75 + S/H

1969 original made in Holland mono Mercury Records 45rpm + picture sleeve 7" vinyl #127 463 MCF, picture M-, NO seams busted, NO cut-out markings, shelf wear, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.

Sir Douglas Quintet ~ Nuevo Laredo +1, 1970 original Austria press 45, 7" vinyl, $300 + S/H

1970 original made in Austria mono Mercury Records 45rpm + picture sleeve 7" vinyl #127 494 MCF, picture M-, NO seams busted, NO cut-out markings, price sticker, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent.

Sir Douglas Quintet + 2 = (Honkey Blues), 1968 original Mercury / Smash LP, $300 + S/H

1968 original 1st press Mercury / Smash Records LP #SRS 67108, Uni-Pak Gatefold cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, tiny bb-hole on bottom corner, NO ring-wear, vinyl MINT, NO scratches, plays excellent. After 2 years of coming to California in 1966, Doug Sahm produced this jazz heavy album! We also have a MINT / Sealed original for $500 + S/H.

The Sir Douglas Quintet ~ Born On The West Side, 2005 original DDS #016 CDr, Limited Edition / Not For Sale

2005 original Discos Doug Saldana #016, Limited #'d Edition, #1 out of 7 copies made. Songs #11 thru #17 by The Sir Douglas Quintet recorded live in Paris, France on May 13, 1981. Songs #1 - #10 are vintage Tex-Mex, call it conjunto, orquesta, cumbia, corrido or chicano soul, it ROCKS! Check out those "bare feet" on the chicano kids from the West Side of 1960s San Antone, Texas! Tough cookies.