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Sharron Kraus, Meg Baird, Helena Espvall Leaves From Off The Tree
Bringing together traditional English and Appalachian folksongs, performed with a lovely 'at home' intimacy from this trio of Sharron Kraus and Espers' Meg Baird and Helena Espvall.

Kris Kristofferson Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends
Terrific 1968-72 demos by this giant of American country, including many of his masterworks. (A bunch of asses here at HJ, as is often noted. You don't like Hank, you can kiss them all.)

Lambchop Damaged
With an extra disc, four alternates: Pre, Fear(re), Decline and Paperback Bible (With Drums). There's a song here Kurt Wagner wrote for Candi Staton's His Hands album, but we bottled out of putting it to her.

Las Malas Amistades Patio Bonito
'one of the most charming idiosyncrasies I have heard all year... where truth is seized accidentally and musical shambles are sweet, virtuous and silly... like watching early Bunuel without subtitles' (Plan B).

Las Malas Amistades Jardin Interior
New, from Colombia. '... deliciously haunting... rekindles the spirit of DIY that their British counterparts have so patently forgotten', The Times; 'startlingly poignant', Metro.

Las Malas Amistades Maleza
‘The bad influences’, from Bogota, with their third album for us: twenty-eight gorgeous variations of saudade, in a warmly acoustic, post-punk take on Tropicalismo — impromptu, snapshot and sublime.

Alice Bay Laurel Living On The Earth
Mellow hippy folk shit from 2000 by this former Fahey student (and author of the alternative good-living guide with the same title), with gently inventive guitar and zither.

Lee Hazlewood Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
His 1963 debut LP — the captivating storybook picture of every backwater burgh. 'It's little and it’s lonesome. You won’t find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and you’re in Trouble.'

Lena Hughes Queen Of The Flat-Top Guitar
Legendary, no-nonsense, masterful finger-picking, with ethereal harmonics reminiscent of Washington Phillips. Reissuing a private-press LP recorded in Arkansas in the early 1960s. Notes by John Renbourn.

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.