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Gram Parsons Another Side Of This Life
Fabulous home recordings and demos, mostly from NY 1965-66. Though rooted in the city's folk scene, and showing a big debt to Fred Neil especially, these cuts give a full indication of what was to come.






Charley Patton High Water Everywhere
'Oh, Lordy, women and grown men drown / Oh, women and children sinkin' down, Lord, have mercy / I couldn't see nobody's home and wasn't no one to be found.'




Paul Metzger Anamnestic Tincture
Amazing in-concert recordings featuring modified banjo, and a disembowelled acoustic guitar — a cymbal set into its face, with ten different strings laid on top — giving Water its dark, teeth-fillings mood.



Paul Metzger Gedanken Splitter
From 2007, aggressive, thrilling and enthralling improvisations for modified banjo (with additional sympathetic raga strings, giving good drone).



Paul Metzger The Uses Of Infinity
'A 6 part cosmic hobo’s dream suite for 23 string banjo... Metzger plucks, picks, bows and spins his way through a 40 minute odyssey making for his most ambitious and adventurous musical trip to date.'



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.'