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Let Me Play This For You Rare Cajun Recordings
From 1920s and 1930s 78s by luminaries like Amede Ardoin, Dennis McGee, Joe And Cleoma Falcon — some of the rarest, most compelling, most heart-breaking of all South-West Louisianian music.



Michael Hurley Wildegeeses
Moving 1993 recording of this fabulous song, just vocal and guitar. Very first time out for South In Virginia, on the flip. The full-colour sleeve is one of his paintings. This won't hang about.



Marisa Anderson Mercury
Two years since the Portland guitarist's last for Mississippi, and worth the wait — solo instrumentals from the heart, driving her bluesy sensibility a few times round the Appalachians, this time.





Henry Flynt Graduation
First shoots of his avant-hillbilly, 1975-79, the teachings of Pran Nath back in the house. 'I aspire to a beauty which is ecstatic and perpetual, while at the same time concretely human and emotionally profound.'



Nancy Elizabeth Dancing
Clash magazine likes it — 'a swooning lullaby of a record... If you’ve come across Elizabeth before you’ll find much to be familiar with... wonderful stuff, haunting neo-folk ballads of a gold standard.'








Paul Metzger Tombeaux
'Summons the spirits of Appalachian forefathers, Django Reinhardt and classical sitarist Nikhil Banerjee, among others, weaving a peerless, highly individualistic music that sounds unlike anyone but himself.'



Son House Father Of Folk Blues
Riveting 1965 review of his own staggering classics like Death Letter and John The Revelator, thrashed by everyone from Captain Beefheart to Jack White.



Charlie Poole The Complete Paramount And Brunswick Recordings, 1929
Classic banjo-fiddle-guitar-vocals combos, plus instrumentals featuring twin-fiddle and piano. All the Highlanders gear with Roy Harvey, Lucy Terry, and twin-fiddlers Lonnie Austin and Odell Smith.