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Espers Espers
Their debut harking back to the classic folk-rock of Pentangle, The Trees, Mellow Candle with nowadays Philadelphia adding a nice edge of modern, dark moodines.

John Fahey Requia
A fascinating combination of experiment and tradition. Requiem For John Hurt is beautiful; Requiem For Molly daring and disturbing.

John Fahey The Great Santa Barbara Oil Slick
Live at The Matrix, San Francisco.

John Fahey The Yellow Princess
His second Vanguard album and an ideal start to your Fahey collection, being one of his most accessible and beautiful albums. (The Yellow Princess was a clipper with golden sails, ivory prow, jade hull and jewelled...

Wayfaring Strangers Ladies From The Canyon
By 1970 the folk revival all but over the sound that began in the hills and caught fire on the lower east side of Manhattan was being reborn in the canyons of California, at church picnics and coffee-houses.

John Jacob Niles My Precarious Life In The Public Domain
As Bob Dylan writes 'out of Carolina, he hammered away at some harp-like instrument and sang in a bone chilling soprano voice. Niles was eerie and illogical, terrifically intense and gave you goosebumps'.

Shirley Collins Adieu To Old England
Originally released by Topic in 1974.

Anne Briggs Sing A Song For You
Recorded in 1973, a few weeks before Anne gave birth to her second child, and cleared off to North West Scotland.

Shirley And Dolly Collins Snapshots
Shirley and her sister recorded in concert in the late 1970s; and a handful of demos from the 1960s.

Anne Briggs A Collection
Her 1971 album, plus some rare earlier recordings. British music so luminous it's best to shut up.