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Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Beware
Back in business, with his best outing for a while, this is class.
Fine songwriting, steeped in its own version of Americana (Don Williams, late Elvis), and richly produced.



Niela Miller Songs Of Leaving
Another Numero imprint! NYC folk from 1962, notable for the first outing of Miller's own composition, Baby Don't Go To Town before it was stolen from her and converted into Hey Joe. Numerophon will be vinyl-only.





Elder Utah Smith I Got Two Wings
Lovely, intimate 128-page book and sizzling 18-tracker devoted to the electric guitar preacher and his COGIC buddies. Once again CaseQuarter brings the shit.



Susanna Flower Of Evil
Terrific analogue recordings of inimitable covers of Thin Lizzy, Nico, Black Sabbath, Abba, Sandy Denny etc, with support from Will Oldham and labelmates Supersilent.





Six Organs Of Admittance RTZ
A compilation of early four-track stuff never released on albums. Most of it very rare; much of it deep and essential.



Caroline Peyton Mock Up
Spun by Numero out of their Ladies Of The Canyon compilation, and by Caroline herself out of Joni Mitchell back in 1972.



Caroline Peyton Intuition
Jazz-folk originally issued in 1977 by the BRBQ label out of Bloomington, Indiana; reissued here with extras by Numero.



Art Of Field Recording Volume II
'... a favourite item of anyone with an interest in genuine American traditional music', wrote Shirley Collins about Volume I. Again a must, in a 10-inch box, with a 96-page book of essays, lyrics, photos and art.




Kan Mikami Barking Practice
Viscerally churns together blues Bo Diddley stands out and tearjerking Japanese folk and pop, as if possessed. Immediate as a street musician off the rails. Brilliant at Cafe Oto in Dalston recently.



Astral Social Club Plug Music Ramoon
Blissful, free drones, with rhythmic sticks and bells, dense guitars, laptops, keyboards, voice and toys, from the Nottingham scene focussed on the A-Band collective and the Vibracathedral Orchestra.