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The Holy Modal Rounders Good Taste Is Timeless
For some their best good-time country rock on acid, recorded by Bob Dorough and Scotty Moore in Nashville, in 1971. Artwork (and a song) by Michael Hurley; the great Pete Drake on pedal steel.







Nora Guthrie Emily's Illness
Open, crafted pop single from Woody's seventeen-year-old daughter, recorded in 1967.



Cecil Barfield South Georgia Blues
The king of mush mouth country blues.




Charley Patton High Water Everywhere
'Oh, Lordy, women and grown men drown / Oh, women and children sinkin' down, Lord, have mercy / I couldn't see nobody's home and wasn't no one to be found.'





Kan Mikami Yuyake No Kioku Kara: Aomori Live
'A blood curdling 1976 live performance that proves once again that he is the ultimate acid folk/rural beatnik guttural hero... also his most private statement to date, loaded with cries of sorrow and grief...'



Como Now The Voices Of Panola Co., Mississippi
Following Alan Lomax, Daptone placed a small local ad, asking singers to show at Mt Marian Church a certain Saturday. This marvellous record of acappella gospel is the result, including everyone who showed up.



The Tree People Human Voices
A second album of acid folk by the Oregon outfit, from 1984 but still fresh, originally put out in small quantities on cassette, and just as good as their celebrated debut.