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Charlie Feathers Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
Specials by the rockabilly legend, recorded for Goldwax in 1961: the opener is reissued from the tapes for the first time; the closer is previously unreleased; the other two are alternate versions.





Tommy Johnson Cool Drink Of Water Blues
Terrific Delta blues, up there with Charlie Patton and Son House. Canned Heat got their name from here (it means booze); and Howling Wolf got I Asked For Water (She Brought Me Gasoline).



A Hawk And A Hacksaw You Have Already Gone To The Other World
Terrific half originals, half Ukrainian, Hungarian and Romanian folk re-worked under the spell of Paradjanov's marvellous film Shadows Of Forgotten Ancestors. Raptly melodious, thunderous, super-charged.



Lee Hazlewood Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
His 1963 debut LP the captivating storybook picture of every backwater burgh. 'It's little and its lonesome. You wont find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and youre in Trouble.'



Don Bikoff Celestial Explosion: Composia For 6-String Guitar
His only solo album, from 1968, when he was on the Greenwich Village circuit, plaiting together blues and Eastern styles in the same neck of the woods as Fahey, Basho et al, but in his own way.



Drop On Down In Florida Field Recordings of African American Traditional Music 1977-1980
The 1981 LP back on vinyl, with 24-page booklet; also as CDs (including 28 new tracks) in a 224-page hardback book combining the original liner notes with new essays, annotations and sixty-odd pictures, mostly new.



Sid Hemphill The Devil's Dream
Lomax's first recording of Blind Sid in August 1942, near Sledge, Mississippi, where the Hemphill band was appearing at a country picnic.



John Fahey Days Have Gone By
Superior 4 Men vinyl, handsomely sleeved all six of these with copies of the lovely original Takoma or Riverboat booklets.




John Fahey The Dance Of Death And Other Plantation Favorites
The LP in a copy of the original tip-on, black-and-white sleeve.