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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.



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.



Live At Caffe Lena Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse
Forty-seven previously tracks by the likes of Dave Van Ronk, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Kate McGarrigle and Sleepy John Estes, recorded in performance from 1967 to date at this tiny location in upstate NY.



Let Me Play This For You Rare Cajun Recordings
From 1920s and 1930s 78s by luminaries like Amede Ardoin, Dennis McGee, Joe And Cleoma Falcon some of the rarest, most compelling, most heart-breaking of all South-West Louisianian music.




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.




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.



Lena Hughes Queen Of The Flat-Top Guitar
Legendary, no-nonsense, masterful finger-picking, with ethereal harmonics reminiscent of Washington Phillips. Reissuing a private-press LP recorded in Arkansas in the early 1960s. Notes by John Renbourn.



Work Hard, Play Hard, Pray Hard Hard Time, Good Time And End Time Music, 1923-1936
Country and hillbilly 78s: songs about work, hardship and loss; dance tunes, comic numbers, and novelties; hymns and sacred pieces.
Pay hard, too.



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



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.



Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Twice
The first in forty-seven years from this veteran American Primitive. Witty, stark, smouldering guitarism, as ever.



This May Be My Last Time Singing Raw African-American Gospel On 45rpm, 1957-1982
Another searingly soulful hundredweight visceral and soaring by turns from the team behind Fire In My Bones, this is just as unmissable. Very warmly recommended.



To What Strange Place The Music Of The Ottoman-American Diaspora, 1916-1929
The joys and sorrows, and virtuoso musicianship, of Christian, Jewish, and Muslim immigrants from the dissolving Ottoman Empire, recorded in NYC plus a disc of masterpieces from their homeland. Warmly recommended...



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.



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