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Desperate Man Blues Discovering The Roots Of American Music
A great audio companion to the Joe Bussard DVD. Stunning 78s — Charley Patton, Blind Willie Johnson, Son House, The Carter Family and the rest — all from his own collection.



People Take Warning! Murder Ballads And Disaster Songs, 1913-38
A sumptuous, stunning collection of misery, murder, death and all kinds of horrible goings on. Designed by Susan Archie (Revenant / Dust 2 Digital) and introduced by Tom Waits.



Propinquity Propinquity
CSNY-style folk and rock from 1973, Boulder, Colorado, reissued by the Numero offshoot.



Elyse Weinberg Elyse
Another great lost 60s folk album — this one from Canada, and it's a killer. Ragged, quirky and lovely — with a great Jansch cover, her own storming Band of Thieves, even Neil Young guesting.



Doom And Gloom Early Songs Of Angst And Disaster, 1927-1945
Hillbilly and blues musicians facing up to catastrophe and darkness.



Karen Dalton Cotton Eyed Joe
21 tracks recorded live in a Colorado coffee shop back in 1962. A wonderful complement to the two studio albums.





Tim Buckley My Fleeting House
The live footage is thrilling, charged — especially the Starsailor stuff.



Tim Buckley Lorca
At his furthest out, in 1969.



Coyle And Sharpe These 2 Men Are Impostors
Street pranks and put-ons — 'terrorizations' — from early sixties San Francisco; also a DVD of the pair's The Impostors TV show, too far ahead of its time to get past this '64 pilot.



Desperate Man Blues Discovering The Roots Of American Music
Legendary record collector, Joe Bussard (founder of Fonotone Records) tells the story of 'real US music' — vintage blues, gospel, jazz, hillbilly —with passionate enthusiasm in his own inimitable style.



I Belong To This Band Eighty-Five Years Of Sacred Harp Recordings
Mass, full-voice singing from the rural South of the US. A stirring, tearful, ancient, strange, white kind of Gospel (not the same though). Ornette — 'breath music. They're changing the sound with their emotions.'