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Ain't No Grave The Life And Legacy Of Brother Claude Ely
The flaming Appalachian gospel you can hear in Little Richard, James Brown, Elvis, especially Jerry Lee. Songs and sermons, 300-plus pages of riveting oral history, lyrics, 290 photos. Total Dust To Digital class.



Art Of Field Recording Sampler
24 prime cuts from the fabulous Art Rosenbaum box set.



Art Of Field Recording Volume II
'... a favourite item of anyone with an interest in genuine American traditional music', wrote Shirley Collins about Volume I. Again a must, in a 10-inch box, with a 96-page book of essays, lyrics, photos and art.



Black Mirror Reflections in Global Musics 1918-1955
24 scorchers from Bali, Burma, Cameroon, China, England, Germany, Greece, India, Japan, Java, Laos, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia.



Desperate Man Blues Discovering The Roots Of American Music
Legendary record collector, Joe Bussard (founder of Fonotone Records) tells the story of 'real US music' — vintage blues, gospel, jazz, hillbilly —with passionate enthusiasm in his own inimitable style.



Desperate Man Blues Discovering The Roots Of American Music
A great audio companion to the Joe Bussard DVD. Stunning 78s — Charley Patton, Blind Willie Johnson, Son House, The Carter Family and the rest — all from his own collection.



Drop On Down In Florida Field Recordings of African American Traditional Music 1977-1980
The 1981 LP back on vinyl, with 24-page booklet; also as CDs (including 28 new tracks) in a 224-page hardback book combining the original liner notes with new essays, annotations and sixty-odd pictures, mostly new.



John Fahey Your Past Comes Back To Haunt You
Co-production with Revenant — so you know the packaging is the shit — presenting over a hundred Fonotones, 1958-65, with an 88-page, 12-inch-square hardback. Postage is included in these prices.



Goodbye, Babylon
Dylan gave it to an enthused Neil Young: 'the original wealth of our recorded music, the cream of the crop... it's incredible. It's in a wooden box and everything, and it's just so beautiful.'




How Low Can You Go? Anthology Of The String Bass, 1925-1941
A gem of a box to the acclaimed standards of this Atlanta label: a lovely book with essays, historical articles and full track notes by the great US discographer Dick Spottswood, and hours of romping stomping jazz.



I Belong To This Band Eighty-Five Years Of Sacred Harp Recordings
Mass, full-voice singing from the rural South of the US. A stirring, tearful, ancient, strange, white kind of Gospel (not the same though). Ornette — 'breath music. They're changing the sound with their emotions.'



I Have My Liberty! Gospel Sounds From Accra, Ghana
Recent church recordings: distorted PAs, female lead singers, claps, tambourines, ramshackle guitars move the earth to get congregations on their feet. Crossing Opika Pende and Johnny L. Jones, says the label.



I Listen To The Wind That Obliterates My Traces
Fabulous collection of early photographs from various sources, in numerous styles, to do with music, records, listening — and two CDs full of magical 78s, including several one-off amateur recordings.



Rev. Johnny L. 'Hurricane' Jones The Hurricane That Hit Atlanta
A sample of fifty years' ministry: two dozen soul stirrers, with sermonettes, guest soloists and righteous radio clips. 'A hurricane starts off slowly... when she gets a certain speed, that's when she's dangerous.'



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