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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.






Elizabeth Cotten Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar
Self-taught from age seven in country-rag-time on her bro's banjo (whilst he was out), the opener here was her first accomplishment. From fifty years later, this entire record is pure magic and downright essential.





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.




Karen Dalton In My Own Time
'My favourite singer in the place was Karen Dalton. Karen had a voice like Billie Holiday's and played the guitar like Jimmy Reed' (Bob Dylan); 'Without a doubt, she is my favourite singer' (Devendra Banhart).




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.




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.



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.