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The Louvin Brothers Handpicked Songs 1955-1962
Classics chosen by Dolly Parton, Lucinda Williams, Will Oldham, Kris Kristofferson and co.




Joni Mitchell Ladies Of The Canyon
Her third, 1970 album, the brilliant summation of her folky start — with favourites like Woodstock, Big Yellow Taxi and The Circle Game. 180g vinyl, top pressing, natty gatefold.



The Louvin Brothers Satan Is Real, Handpicked Songs
Their combination of close-harmony-singing, mandolin and spiritual frankness can cut you to the bone. Here's the 1959 album, plus a bunch of classics chosen by Dolly Parton, Will Oldham, Kris Kristofferson and co.



Judee Sill Heart Food
Beautiful, early-seventies, singer-songwriter, orchestral, countrified pop. The challenges of this second album put her back on heroin: it was her last. Vinyl is 180g from 4 Men With Beards.



Kevin Coyne 1979 Live At WDR-Studio L Cologne
His vocals and guitar, with Zoot Money on keys, doing some of his very best work.



John Fahey 1978 Live At Audimax Hamburg
A complete concert, and short interview.




John Fahey Your Past Comes Back To Haunt You
Co-production with Revenant — so you know the packaging is the shit — presenting over a hundred Fonotones, 1958-65, with an 88-page, 12-inch-square hardback. Postage is included in these prices.




The Lost Notebooks Of Hank Williams
Previously unrecorded Hank Williams lyrics set to music and performed for the first time by Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams, Merle Haggard and co.



Grouper, Inca Ore Split
You know you're for it, when Grouper's lost her dog, it's pissing down, and Inca's godforsaken in Mexico, just before they hit the Record button...




Glenn Jones The Wanting
His fourth — original compositions for solo acoustic steel string guitar, 6-string, 10-string and bottleneck, and 5-string open-back banjo. Joined by Chris Corsano for the closer, seventeen-minutes-long.



Jim Ford Harlan County
Country-funk gem from 1969. Sly Stone called Ford 'the baddest white man on the planet'; Bobby Womack (for whom he wrote Harry Hippie) called him 'a beautiful cat, one of the most creative people I’ve ever met.'