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Lee Hazlewood Trouble Is A Lonesome Town
His 1963 debut LP the captivating storybook picture of every backwater burgh. 'It's little and its lonesome. You wont find it on any map, but you can take three steps in any direction and youre in Trouble.'




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.



Drop On Down In Florida Field Recordings of African American Traditional Music 1977-1980
The 1981 LP back on vinyl, with 24-page booklet; also as CDs (including 28 new tracks) in a 224-page hardback book combining the original liner notes with new essays, annotations and sixty-odd pictures, mostly new.



Sid Hemphill The Devil's Dream
Lomax's first recording of Blind Sid in August 1942, near Sledge, Mississippi, where the Hemphill band was appearing at a country picnic.




Townes Van Zandt Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions And Demos 1971-72
Demos, outtakes and alternate versions from the 1972 sessions for High, Low and The Late Great, his masterpieces. '***** Holy Grail stuff' (Mojo); '10/10 about as good as anything in this world gets' (Uncut).



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.



Contemporary Guitar Contemporary Guitar
The wonderful Takoma LP originally released in 1966: solo acoustic guitar instrumentals from folk and blues legends like Bukka White, John Fahey and Robbie Basho, alongside finds like Max Ochs and Harry Taussig.



Cluck Old Hen A Barnyard Serenade 1926-1940
'Whether it's folk songs, double-entendre blues, old-time breakdowns, or Tin Pan Alley, this album is all about roosters, hens, chicks, pullets, and the occasional turkey or duck thrown in for good measure!'



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.



Townes Van Zandt Absolutely Nothing
Excellent early-nineties live stuff, numerous classic songs, and a handful of studio recordings at death's door.