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Linda Perhacs
Parallelograms

SUNBEAM

One-of-a-kind, legendary, psych-folk masterpiece, originally out on Kapp in 1970.



Cecil Barfield South Georgia Blues
The king of mush mouth country blues.



Robbie Basho Venus In Cancer
A 1969 Blue Thumb, post-Takoma. 'Arabic, Himalayan and Indian themes, Japanese and Chinese scales, classical and European folk music... on magnificent display on this sprawling, spiritually-charged album.'



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.



Robbie Basho Visions Of The Country
Tremendous 1978 LP. 6 and 12 string guitars, piano; singing and whistling, to keep it real. ''Better to drink wine from the hands than water from a pretty cup' the ultimate is wine from a pretty cup. Amen.'



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.



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Blind Blake Back Biting Bee Blues
The essential, wildly original ragtime-style finger-picking of the Floridian blues god.



Jay Bolotin Jay Bolotin
The 1970 album debut of the twenty-year old Kentuckian: 'a singularly enchanted album of unhurried, low key loner ballads'. If you like Townes Van Zandt, check it out. Everything well done as usual by Locust.



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 Lorca
At his furthest out, in 1969.



Tim Buckley Goodbye And Hello
From 1967, his best commercial success in his lifetime a potent mix of baroque pop and yearning, questing folk. And boy, could he sing! Several all-time highlights here.


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Sandy Bull E Pluribus Unum
'At his most righteously drugged... two songs spread over a looped path of colored time. Bull as guru. Bull as shaman... takes his past triumphs and brings them higher, to an acid-singed multi-colored height.'





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