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John Fahey The Legend Of Blind Joe Death
Fahey's first recordings, from 1959, plus re-recordings of the same material from 1964, and 1967.




Bridget St John Thank You For...
Her third, from 1972, adding instrumentation, and singing more like an Anglo, pastoral Nico.




Trembling Bells New Year's Eve's The Loneliest Night Of The Year
A terrific, bountiful seasonal single with Bonnie Prince Billy in his cups on one side, and Mike Heron from The Incredible String Band on the other, with a Boxing Day ghost story. Beautifully sleeved, limited.






Shirley Collins Sweet England
Her 1959 LP, with the first run out for signature classics like Hares On The Mountain.




MV And EE Hick Smoke
Featuring contributions from The Golden Road, Jeremy Earl from Woods, and Asa Irons from Witch. With a screenprinted cover.



Stephen Cohen This Is A Test
From the Tree Person's solo album Real Life And Fiction: a punky-folk drone with chimes; disconsolate cheer-leading on the flip. A handful of these.



Echoes From The Mountain
Exclusive new folk from the Rif Mountain collective, with Starless And Bible Black, The Owl Service and co.



Spider John Koerner Music Is Just A Bunch Of Notes
The 1972 LP coupled with an equally rare film from 1970, The Secret Of Sleep.



Spider John Koerner March 1963
Zinging folk-blues session discovered in the tape cupboard of a Milwaukee radio station. Originals, Lomax stuff, blues covers. Rated a key influence by David Bowie, Lucinda Williams, John Lennon and co.