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Shirley Collins And Davy Graham Folk Roots, New Routes
Perfect 1964 marriage of wonderful singing, mostly traditional material, and virtuosic, Middle-Eastern-styled guitar-playing. Hares On The Mountain is irresistible; and there's a great Nottamun Town. Heavy vinyl.



Tim Buckley Happy Sad
Mesmerizing third LP, from 1968... more experimental, reaching. With Buzzin' Fly, a laid-back killer; the epic, frantic Gypsy Woman; the heart-breaking Dream Letter, to baby son Jeff.



Bridget St John Ask Me No Questions
Tremendous, spare 1969 debut, produced hands-off by John Peel, with John Martyn on second guitar.



Peter Walker Rainy Day Raga
His 1966 debut for Vanguard, evocatively fusing psych-folk and raga way ahead of its time, and also featuring flautist Jeremy Steig and long-time Dylan cohort Bruce Langhorn.



Bob Dylan Brandeis University 1963
Recorded a couple of weeks before the release of Freewheelin', when Dylan was lower on the bill than Jean Ritchie. Red-Scare-mongering gets the piss taken badly; there's a terriffic Masters Of War. Audiophile 180g.




Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel
Superb fourth album, bare but sparkling, steeped in her vaudevillian take on Americana, rawly confessional and beautifully voiced as ever — a mid-thirties heartful of fierce discontent.




Michael Chapman Plaindealer
Limited vinyl of a self-released CDR from 2005, in handmade sleeves. Americana instrumentals and songs (including Woody Guthrie's Deportees), solo and in small group settings, with dobro and steel.



Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.



Robbie Basho Seal Of The Blue Lotus
His gone, meditative 1965 debut, already steeped in Eastern modalities and Indian mysticism. The opener is based on a Ravi Shankar raga; Bardo Blues is a musical rendition of the Tibetan Book Of The Dead.




Marissa Nadler The Sister
Dominated by her heart-stopping voice, and her own acoustic guitar-playing, this is another great album — pared-down and austere but immersive and spell-binding.



Gary Higgins Red Hash
Vintage stoner folk that lives up to the legend. Features Thicker Than A Smokey as covered by Six Organs Of Admittance. Back in on vinyl, with the CD bonus tracks included as a seven-inch.