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Earth, Roots And Water Innocent Youths
Last of the label's excavations of reggae in Canada.




Donnie And Joe Emerson Dreamin' Wild
Bedroom folk-soul-psych-funk just versioned by Hype Williams; soon-to-be by Ariel Pink, for whom 'it's a staple on just about every playlist-mixtape I've assembled in the past 3 years... nothing short of sublime'.



Roky Erickson Don't Slander Me
Full-on rock and roll punk, rockabilly, blues from 1986.



Roky Erickson Gremlins Have Pictures
Anthologizing the period after his long incarceration at Rusk State Hospital for the criminally insane his first live show (at a screening of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre) up to Slander. With The Aliens and The Ex...



Roky Erickson The Evil One
His first proper post-Elevators LP some of his best music ferocious, odd, late-70s rock about zombies, vampires and the Creature with the Atom Brain, with signature high-pitched vocal and squealing guitar.



Jim Ford Harlan County
Country-funk gem from 1969. Sly Stone called Ford 'the baddest white man on the planet'; Bobby Womack (for whom he wrote Harry Hippie) called him 'a beautiful cat, one of the most creative people Ive ever met.'





Shin Joong Hyun Beautiful Rivers And Mountains
Psychedelic rock from South Korea a career survey, 1958-74. 'Mind-altering experimental pop, acid-folk, and extended psych-funk jams... somewhere between Motown, Hendrix and the Velvet Underground!'



I Am The Center Private Issue New Age Music In America, 1950-1990
'New age at its best is a reverberation of psychedelic music, great by any standard. Analog, handmade; expressing soul and spirit; often with limited means, no commercial potential; self-published and distributed.'



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.)




Lee Hazlewood Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
His 1963 debut LP the captivating storybook picture of every backwater burgh. 'It's little and its lonesome. You wont find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and youre in Trouble.'



Listen, Whitey! The Sounds Of Black Power, 1967-1974
An engaging mixture of old friends and new faces freshly blended too, with Dylan's George Jackson run between Elaine Brown and the Watts Prophets, Roy Harper in amongst rap poetry.



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