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Gillian Welch Time (The Revelator)
Her masterpiece, from 2002.





Welsh Rare Beat
Gruff Rhys and Andy Votel dig up an inspired selection of stoned folk and lagered-up garage, proggy jams and funky breaks from seventies Wales.



What The Folk Butterfly Acoustic Recordings Vol.1
Kind of field recordings by Simon Tong and his mate from Killing Joke, searching out new music their idea of Folk that's unfancy, basically acoustic, 'English' somehow; and recording it in its own environment.



Matthew E. White Big Inner
Wonderful, half-enraptured, half-stoned, full-blown re-imagination of vintage country soul sublimity. (He likes Washington Phillips; you can hear Curtis.) Five star reviews everywhere.



Why Are We Building Such A Big Ship? No Blood No Blooms
Warmly recommended scrappy contemporary gypsy-folk from the Mississippi camp. Accordion, upright bass, full brass, basic percussion; lovely silk-screened sleeves, limited.




Lena Willemark Agram
The Nordan Project, combining Swedish folk and jazz improvisation. With Palle Danielsson on bass, from various Charles Lloyd, Keth Jarrett and Jan Garbarek lineups.



William Eaton Music By William Eaton
A private pressing in 1978 the first recordings of this entrancing, sun-dappled music, for 6 and 12-string guitars, and Eaton's own, handmade, utterly beautiful string instruments.



Lucinda Williams West
Mostly this is slow, stricken Lucinda, as moving and compelling as she gets, grieving for her mum and furious with an ex. Worth putting up with the Patti Smith impressions.



Lucinda Williams Ramblin' On My Mind
Her 1978 album debut winning versions of blues, country and folk classics from the likes of Robert Johnson, Memphis Minnie, and Hank Williams reissued in the finery of the original.