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Grateful Dead Workingman's Dead
Top-Johnny HQ-180 RTI manufacturing.



Goodbye, Babylon
Dylan gave it to an enthused Neil Young: 'the original wealth of our recorded music, the cream of the crop... it's incredible. It's in a wooden box and everything, and it's just so beautiful.'



Fred Neil Tear Down The Walls
With Vince Martin for Elektra in 1964.



Southern Folk Heritage
The legendary field recordings made by Alan Lomax (and Shirley Collins), released by Atlantic Records in 1959. Quality vinyl, in a deluxe multiple sleeve, with a twenty-four page booklet.



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.



Peter Walker Rainy Day Raga
His 1966 debut for Vanguard, evocatively fusing psych-folk and raga way ahead of its time, and also featuring flautist Jeremy Steig and long-time Dylan cohort Bruce Langhorn.



Bob Dylan Brandeis University 1963
Recorded a couple of weeks before the release of Freewheelin', when Dylan was lower on the bill than Jean Ritchie. Red-Scare-mongering gets the piss taken badly; there's a terriffic Masters Of War. Audiophile 180g.



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.



Gary Higgins Red Hash
Vintage stoner folk that lives up to the legend. Features Thicker Than A Smokey as covered by Six Organs Of Admittance. Back in on vinyl, with the CD bonus tracks included as a seven-inch.




John Jacob Niles The Boone-Tolliver Recordings
'Niles was otherworldly and his voice raged with strange incantations' (Bob Dylan). 1950s recordings from an Appalachian living-room, exquisitely presented and hotly recommended. Fab.



Michael Hurley Ida Con Snock
Recording aged sixty-seven in 2009, mostly folk songs and his own songbook, in a small-group setting.




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.'



Karen Dalton 1966
Newly unearthed rehearsal tape from 1966, with KD singing solo to her own banjo and guitar, plus four duets with Richard Tucker. Fred Neil, God Bless The Child, folk songs Katie Cruel... some tremendous stuff.