Your basket is empty


We ship worldwide. The postage rates for your order are displayed before payment, which is processed using Paypal. You can pay using your Paypal account or any of the following cards:

Pay pal credit cards

Join our mailing list

Henry Flynt C Tune
'Call it late night head music or even call it ecstatic Minimalism if you have to... our man Flynt takes his electrified fiddle and blends his droning sonic calisthenics with lonesome swing melodies and high decibe...



Henry Flynt Graduation
First shoots of his avant-hillbilly, 1975-79, the teachings of Pran Nath back in the house. 'I aspire to a beauty which is ecstatic and perpetual, while at the same time concretely human and emotionally profound.'




Jim Ford Harlan County
Country-funk gem from 1969. Sly Stone called Ford 'the baddest white man on the planet'; Bobby Womack (for whom he wrote Harry Hippie) called him 'a beautiful cat, one of the most creative people Ive ever met.'




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.



Furry Lewis In His Prime 1927-1928
'To hear fully the subtlety in Furry's singing is to gain an insight not only into the singer, but into the creative process of the blues itself,' wrote Sam Charters. Vocalions and Victors by the Memphis legend.



Furry Lewis I Will Turn Your Money Green
The Memphis bluesman's finest recordings, from the late 1920s.
Compelling stories in song, like John Henry and Casey Jones.



Gastonia Gallop Cotton Mill Songs And Hillbilly Blues, 1927-1931
'The poor are getting poorer / The rich are getter rich / If I don't starve / I'm a son of a... gun. / I'm gonna starve / Everybody will / 'Cause you can't make a living / From a cotton mill.' Tremendous CD.




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.



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.'




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