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Contemporary Guitar Contemporary Guitar
The wonderful Takoma LP originally released in 1966: solo acoustic guitar instrumentals from folk and blues legends like Bukka White, John Fahey and Robbie Basho, alongside finds like Max Ochs and Harry Taussig.



Kevin Coyne Case History
His recording debut, originally released on John Peel's Dandelion label in 1972. Basically guitar and vocals only, and the more powerful for it.



Miles Davis Agharta
An afternoon in Osaka, 1975. With an On The Corner kind of gang Sonny Fortune, Pete Cosey, Reggie Lucas, Michael Henderson, Al Foster and Mtume. 'The greatest electric funk-rock jazz record ever made' (Allmusic).




The Durutti Column The Return Of The Durutti Column
Vini Reilly's 1980 debut on Factory, alongside Martin Hannett on keyboards and producing: guitar-based instrumentals melding rock, folk, classical, electronica and avant.



The Durutti Column LC
His second Factory album, from 1981, with Hannett out, drummer Bruce Mitchell in.
Includes The Missing Boy, in memory of Ian Curtis. CD ostensibly from Factory, with loads extra.




Eno, Moebius, Roedelius After The Heat
With Eno more the guiding hand for this second collaboration with Cluster. Open, airy, ambient, unhurried. Originally released in 1978, but still fresh (except for Eno's singing). CD from Water.



John Fahey The Transcendental Waterfall: Guitar Excursions 1962-1967
Six classic original LPs re-pressed on 180g vinyl, beautifully sleeved and boxed, with a poster, a postcard, and a t-shirt (size L only). The dog's bollocks. Prices include postage.





Faust So Far
Strong Velvets flavour to this classic second Faust surprisingly grooving at times, too, in amongst the blurry rock, noise, riffing horns, jazz drumming, stoner chants and wry pop nonsense.



Bill Fay Bill Fay
'The missing link between Nick Drake, Ray Davies and Bob Dylan *****' (Uncut).



Bill Fay Time Of The Last Persecution
'Second, final album for Deram, originally out in 1971. An absolute classic of melancholy (borderline morbid) folk-rock somewhere between Pearls Before Swine, Leonard Cohen, and a suicide prevention hotline.'



Aretha Franklin Spirit In The Dark
1970 classic with five self-penned songs, and covers of Dr John, BB King, Jimmy Reed and Carole King. Backing by The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, Jim Dickinson, Duane Allman.



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