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I Heard The Angels Singing
Electrifying Black Gospel From The Nashboro Label, 1951-1983

TOMPKINS SQUARE

You can't miss the shots of JB, Isleys, Bo Diddley, Impressions, Staples and co, coursing through this magnificent survey (including stupendous early sides by Candi Staton and Lou Rawls). Super-intense and soulful.



Amede Ardoin Mama, I'll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings, 1929-1934
At the wild, searing fountainhead of Zydeco: the black accordionist and singer with white fiddler Dennis McGee, on Afro-Creole scorchers, waltzes, blues and breakdowns. Cajun's Robert Johnson.



Daniel Bachman Seven Pines
Well worth checking the 'psychedelic appalachia' of this twenty-two-year-old guitarist from Fredericksberg (like the late Jack Rose).



Daniel Bachman Jesus I'm A Sinner
His fourth album, already. Banjo and guitar, including a first full outing on lap guitar. Mostly solo, but fiddler Sally Morgan from the Black Twig Pickers is here, and Charlie Devine pops up on banjo.



Don Bikoff Celestial Explosion: Composia For 6-String Guitar
His only solo album, from 1968, when he was on the Greenwich Village circuit, plaiting together blues and Eastern styles in the same neck of the woods as Fahey, Basho et al, but in his own way.



James Blackshaw The Cloud Of Unknowing
This label debut is his finest set yet. Mind-bogglingly intricate 12-string fingerpicking excursions that draw on Eastern trance, Reich-style minimalism and Basho/Takoma-style hypnotic folk drone. Beautiful.



James Blackshaw Celeste
Essential early work from guitarist James Blackshaw, making its debut as a proper CD.



James Blackshaw Sunshrine
A welcome reissue of this wonderful early release, originally out on Digitalis and more recently as half a Bo' Weavil.



James Blackshaw Lost Prayers And Motionless Dances
A rare 2004 outing, originally released by Digitalis in an edition of 200. A sprawling, hypnotic 12-string journey, with tambura, bells, harmonium.



Bloody War Songs 1924-1939
Country blues and folk originating from the American Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and the First World War humorous and tragic, sardonic and vivid, with some terrific fiddlin' and pickin'.




Michael Chapman Trainsong: Guitar Compositions 1967-2010
Twenty-six recently recorded solo guitar versions of tunes spanning his entire career.



Charlie Poole The Complete Paramount And Brunswick Recordings, 1929
Classic banjo-fiddle-guitar-vocals combos, plus instrumentals featuring twin-fiddle and piano. All the Highlanders gear with Roy Harvey, Lucy Terry, and twin-fiddlers Lonnie Austin and Odell Smith.



Arizona Dranes He Is My Story: The Sanctified Soul Of Arizona Dranes
Pentecostal vocal delirium and fine, secular, Texan pianism, recorded by OKeh in 1926. Michael Corcoran tells AD's story.



Fire In My Bones Raw, Rare And Other-Worldly African-American Gospel, 1944-2007
Vital and thrilling, raw and original compilation by Mike McGonigal (who's done stuff for Mississippi), spanning all styles solo and congregational, studio and field, rural and urban, hellfire and lament.



Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Once
Originally released as a short-run private press LP in 1965, this is an American Primitive guitar classic.



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