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Kris Kristofferson Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends
Terrific 1968-72 demos by this giant of American country, including many of his masterworks. (A bunch of asses here at HJ, as is often noted. You don't like Hank, you can kiss them all.)



Catherine Howe What A Beautiful Place
Out originally in 1970 on the Reflection label, the debut of Catherine Howe (from Halifax) 'a pastoral blend of English countryside folk and London orchestral pop, not unlike Nick Drake... or Bridget St. John.'




Barbara And Ernie Prelude To...
Trippy early-70s folk-jazz-soul from guitarist Ernie Calabria and singer Barbara Massey (back-up for Cat Stevens, amongst others) orchestrated by Deodato, with Keith Jarrett amongst the guests.



Roscoe Holcomb The High Lonesome Sound
'A certain sense of untamed control, which makes him one of the best' (Bob Dylan).
Classic hard-core Kentucky music, from three sessions in 1961, 1964 and 1974.


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Trembling Bells Abandoned Love
'brilliant... concise, deeply romantic, totally original ****' (Mojo); 'freewheeling and delightfully quirky ****' (The Guardian); 'CD Of The Week... terrific' (The Observer); 'like nobody ****' (Sunday Times).



Hypnotic Cajun, Obscure Zydeco
A terrific selection, one side of each, lovingly presented by the band Mama Rosin, in handsome silk-screened sleeves. Very limited.



Furry Lewis I Will Turn Your Money Green
The Memphis bluesman's finest recordings, from the late 1920s.
Compelling stories in song, like John Henry and Casey Jones.



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Josephine Foster Graphic As A Star
Settings of the poetry of Emily Dickinson.






Hank Williams Sings
One of a group of five LPs offering a complete chronological retrospective of this twentieth-century genius, from his breakthrough in 1946, till his death five years later, at 29.