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Simone White Silver Silver
'An album of cathartic intimacy, built around electronic textures and sparse percussion, with White's gently yielding, half-spoken vocals pitched pleasingly between Laurie Anderson and Joni Mitchell' (Mojo).




Shirley And Dolly Collins For As Many As Will
Their last album, from 1978 — with a stunning reading of Richard Thompson’s Never Again, fine trad like Lord Allenwater, Gilderoy, The Moon Shines Bright, and a medley from John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera.



James Blackshaw Love Is The Plan, The Plan Is Death
Six originals alternately for nylon-string classical guitar and grand piano, with JB's own subtle vibraphone and B3 organ overdubs. Genevieve Beaulieu sings on And I Have Come Upon This Place By Lost Ways.



Inigo Ugarteburu Back And Forth
Gorgeous, downbeat, giddy with reverie, longing and loss. Led by Inigo's guitar, banjo, ukelele or harmonium; with classic brass-band charts. Recorded by James Blackshaw's engineer; mastered by Rashad.



Seamus Cater And Viljam Nybacka The Anecdotes
A hushed, stimulating blend of genuine British folk revivalism with literary songwriting and gentle experimentalism. Nodding to Ewan MacColl... and Robert Wyatt — with Will Oldham, Muybridge and Mum connections.



Bert Jansch Thirteen Down
Originally released on Stefan Grossman’s Kicking Mule label in 1979, after the break-up of Pentangle. With Martin Jenkins, Nigel Portman-Smith, Luce Langridge — and Jacquie McShee on one track.