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Shirley Collins And Davy Graham Folk Roots, New Routes
Perfect 1964 marriage of wonderful singing, mostly traditional material, and virtuosic, Middle-Eastern-styled guitar-playing. Hares On The Mountain is irresistible; and there's a great Nottamun Town. Heavy vinyl.




Nico Desertshore
Terrific arrangements by John Cale; Nico bleak but utterly captivating at the harmonium... a stone-cold classic.



Tim Buckley Happy Sad
Mesmerizing third LP, from 1968... more experimental, reaching. With Buzzin' Fly, a laid-back killer; the epic, frantic Gypsy Woman; the heart-breaking Dream Letter, to baby son Jeff.



Tim Buckley Blue Afternoon
Sublime Buckley from 1969 mellow and jazzy folk-rock, melancholic but charged and entrancing, with timeless songs like I Must Have Been Blind and Happy Time.





Bridget St John Ask Me No Questions
Tremendous, spare 1969 debut, produced hands-off by John Peel, with John Martyn on second guitar.



Robbie Basho Seal Of The Blue Lotus
His gone, meditative 1965 debut, already steeped in Eastern modalities and Indian mysticism. The opener is based on a Ravi Shankar raga; Bardo Blues is a musical rendition of the Tibetan Book Of The Dead.



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