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Harry Partch Revelation In The Courthouse Park
His Euripidean magnum opus. 'Religious rituals with a strong sexual element are not unknown to our culture.' The 1987 Music Theater production, with Partch instruments like the Diamond Marimba and the Spoils Of War...



Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Once
Originally released as a short-run private press LP in 1965, this is an American Primitive guitar classic.



Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Twice
The first in forty-seven years from this veteran American Primitive. Witty, stark, smouldering guitarism, as ever.






A Hawk And A Hacksaw You Have Already Gone To The Other World
Terrific half originals, half Ukrainian, Hungarian and Romanian folk re-worked under the spell of Paradjanov's marvellous film Shadows Of Forgotten Ancestors. Raptly melodious, thunderous, super-charged.




Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh
Improvisations with 6 and 12-string guitar, banjo, cello, hurdy-gurdy, harp, contra bass, chappa Tibetan bells, Kin (Buddist metallic bowl), timpani, marimba, vibraphone, thunder sheet and things.



Sid Hemphill The Devil's Dream
Lomax's first recording of Blind Sid in August 1942, near Sledge, Mississippi, where the Hemphill band was appearing at a country picnic.



Gary Higgins Red Hash
Vintage stoner folk that lives up to the legend. Features Thicker Than A Smokey as covered by Six Organs Of Admittance. Back in on vinyl, with the CD bonus tracks included as a seven-inch.




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.




Catherine Howe What A Beautiful Place
Out originally in 1970 on the Reflection label, the debut of Catherine Howe (from Halifax) 'a pastoral blend of English countryside folk and London orchestral pop, not unlike Nick Drake... or Bridget St. John.'



Michael Hurley Ida Con Snock
Recording aged sixty-seven in 2009, mostly folk songs and his own songbook, in a small-group setting.