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Six Organs Of Admittance Six Organs Of Admittance
'Acoustic and electric guitars, a detuned violin, organ, electronics and koto... an acid folk duet, an epic, three-part space suite, and two shorts that entice hidden memories of having bees in your mouth.'



Six Organs Of Admittance Dust And Chimes
'Heavy, acoustic guitar and mumbled vocalizations merge with out-there jamming... bare-bones most cuts are just dressed up with overdubbed chimes and bells, three are direct-to-tape.'



Sonny Boy Williamson The Original
With Big Joe Williams, Robert McCoy, Henry Townsend, Yank Rachell and co.



Sonny Boy Williamson The Classic Sides 1951-1954
As leader, and alongside Joe Williams, Arthur Crudup, Willie Love, Elmore James, Jerry McCain and co.



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.



Skip Spence Oar
Revered, out-of-it, haunted, psych folk 1969 solo album by former member of Jefferson Airplane and Moby Grape (who dropped some LSD and motorcycyled from California to the Nashville studio, in his pyjamas).



Spider John Koerner Music Is Just A Bunch Of Notes
The 1972 LP coupled with an equally rare film from 1970, The Secret Of Sleep.



Spider John Koerner March 1963
Zinging folk-blues session discovered in the tape cupboard of a Milwaukee radio station. Originals, Lomax stuff, blues covers. Rated a key influence by David Bowie, Lucinda Williams, John Lennon and co.




Frank Stokes Downtown Blues
The father of Memphis blues, who got his start playing on its streets at the turn of the nineteenth century. This is real old-time country, blues, folk and pop, recorded in the 1920s and 30s.



Stranded In The USA Early Songs Of Emigration
Scandinavian folk, Puerto Rican conjunto, Portuguese fado, Ukrainian songs, Trinidadian calypso amongst the ways these utterly compelling stories are told, about all the important human stuff. Finely presented, too...



Street And Gangland Rhythms Beats And Improvisations By Six Boys In Trouble
From 1959, on-the-spot recordings of New York street-kids improvising with drums, bottles and sticks, making up songs, raps and mini-dramas.



Take Me To The Water Immersion Baptism In Vintage Music And Photography 1890-1950
A gorgeous hard-cover book with 75 sepia photograph reproductions, an essay by Luc Sante with a disc of rare gospel and folk, Washington Phillips to the Belmont Silvertone Jubilee Singers, and some preaching.