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Jay Bolotin Jay Bolotin
The 1970 album debut of the twenty-year old Kentuckian: 'a singularly enchanted album of unhurried, low key loner ballads'. If you like Townes Van Zandt, check it out. Everything well done as usual by Locust.



Gastonia Gallop Cotton Mill Songs And Hillbilly Blues, 1927-1931
'The poor are getting poorer / The rich are getter rich / If I don't starve / I'm a son of a... gun. / I'm gonna starve / Everybody will / 'Cause you can't make a living / From a cotton mill.' Tremendous CD.








Frank Stokes Downtown Blues
The father of Memphis blues, who got his start playing on its streets at the turn of the nineteenth century. This is real old-time country, blues, folk and pop, recorded in the 1920s and 30s.



Glenn Jones Barbecue Bob In Fishtown
Expansive, sparkling fingerstyle guitar-playing and highly crafted compositions by this key Fahey torch-bearer, also stepping out for the first time on record with a five-string banjo.



Lucinda Williams Ramblin' On My Mind
Her 1978 album debut winning versions of blues, country and folk classics from the likes of Robert Johnson, Memphis Minnie, and Hank Williams reissued in the finery of the original.



Davy Graham Large As Life And Twice As Natural
With Harold McNair, Dick Heckstall-Smith, Jon Hiseman, Danny Thompson. One of his very best jazzy blues, raga jazz, folk rock; great versions of the traditional Bruton Town and Joni's Both Sides Now.



Blind Blake Back Biting Bee Blues
The essential, wildly original ragtime-style finger-picking of the Floridian blues god.



Bert Jansch Bert Jansch
'180 gram virgin vinyl'; CD from Castle (with a couple more Angies and a medley thrown in).



Wayfaring Strangers Lonesome Heroes
Male folk singers mithering and dithering all the way from 1970 to 1983, very introspective, sombre, spare and intimate, most of it originally pressed privately, plenty of it beautiful and haunting.