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William Eaton Music By William Eaton
A private pressing in 1978 the first recordings of this entrancing, sun-dappled music, for 6 and 12-string guitars, and Eaton's own, handmade, utterly beautiful string instruments.





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.



Fred Neil Trav'lin Man: The Early Singles
Fred Neil's exceptionally rare early pop and rockabilly sides brought together at last.



Judee Sill Judee Sill
Warm, hazy and enigmatic Laurel Canyon country-folk her debut with well-measured baroque-ish brass and woodwind arrangements, reverbed and layered voices.




Allen Ginsberg New York Blues: Rags, Ballads and Harmonium Songs
Originally released on Folkways, this is the beat poet legend singing his unique songs to his own harmonium backing. Intimately captured on tape at the Chelsea Hotel by the shaman and genius Harry Smith.



Gram Parsons Another Side Of This Life
Fabulous home recordings and demos, mostly from NY 1965-66. Though rooted in the city's folk scene, and showing a big debt to Fred Neil especially, these cuts give a full indication of what was to come.



Sam Moore MOOOOHIEEE!
Unearthly musical saw and fine Hawaiian guitar soli recorded in the early 1920s.



Wayfaring Strangers Guitar Soli
'Bridging the gap between American primitive pioneers John Fahey and Leo Kottke and the California Modernists... the private side of the solo guitar movement from 1966-81.' 40-page booklet, usual Numero class.



Art Of Field Recording Sampler
24 prime cuts from the fabulous Art Rosenbaum box set.



John Fahey Yes! Jesus Loves Me: Guitar Hymns
Heartfelt hymns and songs of praise, deconstructed and rebuilt. Sometimes reverent, sometimes raging, sometimes playful, always spellbinding. 'Christ Is Not Cute' runs the Fahey quote on the sleeve. A beauty.



Bob Dylan Bob Dylan
The debut album overflowing with spirited, raw and youthful performances, most of them interpretations.



Fred Katz Folk Songs For Far Out Folk
The long-coveted 1959 gem from the eclectic jazz pioneer, Kabbalist, magic man, and eternal left-winger orchestrated jazz based on Hebraic, African, and American folk songs.