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Good God! Apocryphal Hymns
Third in Numeroís series of otherworldly gospel, robed funk, and spiritual soul: heavenly harmonies, psychedelic guitars, damaged sacred steel, off-kilter choirs, and consumer-side electronic percussion...



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.








Tommy Johnson Cool Drink Of Water Blues
Terrific Delta blues, up there with Charlie Patton and Son House. Canned Heat got their name from here (it means booze); and Howling Wolf got I Asked For Water (She Brought Me Gasoline).



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.



Rev Louis Overstreet There's No Future in Gaining The World And Losing Your Soul
Two fervid supplements to the Arhoolie set, originally self-released on Overstreet Records.



Muddy Waters Down On Stovall's Plantation
His first recordings, from 1941. Alan Lomax came across him running a juke joint in Mississippi. With Henry Sims on violin, Louis Ford on mandolin, and Percy Thomas on guitar.