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Alvarius B. Alvarius B.
The first, 1994 album. Thirty-two lo-fi folk-guitar instros: Appalachian polyrhythms, dark melodies, flamenco thrash, alien tunings, pseudo eastern drones, cinematic backroad twang, other hybrids not easily describ...



Marisa Anderson Mercury
Two years since the Portland guitarist's last for Mississippi, and worth the wait solo instrumentals from the heart, driving her bluesy sensibility a few times round the Appalachians, this time.



Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel
Superb fourth album, bare but sparkling, steeped in her vaudevillian take on Americana, rawly confessional and beautifully voiced as ever a mid-thirties heartful of fierce discontent.



Daniel Bachman Seven Pines
Well worth checking the 'psychedelic appalachia' of this twenty-two-year-old guitarist from Fredericksberg (like the late Jack Rose).



Daniel Bachman Jesus I'm A Sinner
His fourth album, already. Banjo and guitar, including a first full outing on lap guitar. Mostly solo, but fiddler Sally Morgan from the Black Twig Pickers is here, and Charlie Devine pops up on banjo.



Steffen Basho-Junghans Last Days Of The Dragon
'A beautiful gem featuring eight freewheeling unaccompanied six and twelve string guitar pieces.'









Bonnie 'Prince' Billy Beware
Back in business, with his best outing for a while, this is class.
Fine songwriting, steeped in its own version of Americana (Don Williams, late Elvis), and richly produced.





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