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Stephen Cohen This Is A Test
From the Tree Person's solo album Real Life And Fiction: a punky-folk drone with chimes; disconsolate cheer-leading on the flip. A handful of these.




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





Shirley Collins Sweet England
Her 1959 LP, with the first run out for signature classics like Hares On The Mountain.



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



Shirley And Dolly Collins For As Many As Will
Their last album, from 1978 — with a stunning reading of Richard Thompson’s Never Again, fine trad like Lord Allenwater, Gilderoy, The Moon Shines Bright, and a medley from John Gay’s The Beggar’s Opera.



Shirley Collins And Davy Graham Folk Roots, New Routes
Perfect 1964 marriage of wonderful singing, mostly traditional material, and virtuosic, Middle-Eastern-styled guitar-playing. Hares On The Mountain is irresistible; and there's a great Nottamun Town. Heavy vinyl.




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.



Contemporary Guitar Contemporary Guitar
The wonderful Takoma LP originally released in 1966: solo acoustic guitar instrumentals from folk and blues legends like Bukka White, John Fahey and Robbie Basho, alongside finds like Max Ochs and Harry Taussig.



Ry Cooder Chavez Ravine
Politically indignant, sorely poignant, musically prodigal — Tex Mex through cartoon-Chinese reggae through Brecht 'n Weil — elegy for local LA neighbourhoods like Chavez Ravine, swept away by 1950s capital.