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Ola Belle Read Rising Sun Melodies
Tough, pioneering, female Appalachian bluegrass.






Townes Van Zandt Texas Troubadour
All seven Poppy and Tomato LPs, his best stuff, and the 1973 live set At The Old Quarter.



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'.




Daniel Johnston The Story Of An Artist
His marvellous early recordings, between 1980 and 1983 reviving six cassettes, like Songs Of Pain and Don't Be Scared, and more individually sleeved, with a two-sided A2 poster and 64-page booklet.



Hank Williams Shreveport Sessions
An entertaining haul of recordings from 1948-9, when Hank was working the Louisiana Hayride mostly the songs of other artists, and including several KWKH radio specials.



Conlan Noncarrow Studies For Player Piano
The definitive recordings, using Noncarrow's original instruments two Ampico player pianos, one with metal-covered felt hammers and the other with leather strips on the hammers.





Kris Kristofferson Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends
Terrific 1968-72 demos by this giant of American country, including many of his masterworks. (A bunch of asses here at HJ, as is often noted. You don't like Hank, you can kiss them all.)




Roscoe Holcomb The High Lonesome Sound
'A certain sense of untamed control, which makes him one of the best' (Bob Dylan).
Classic hard-core Kentucky music, from three sessions in 1961, 1964 and 1974.