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Six Organs Of Admittance RTZ
A compilation of early four-track stuff never released on albums. Most of it very rare; much of it deep and essential.



Caroline Peyton Intuition
Jazz-folk originally issued in 1977 by the BRBQ label out of Bloomington, Indiana; reissued here with extras by Numero.





Micah Blue Smaldone The Red River
Terrific solo guitar music, steeped in ragtime and country blues, but this time going after something else too 'in a harsh climate... this new one reaches a little further both into the past and the future'.



Jack Rose Dr Ragtime And His Pals; Self-Titled
Pals being Micah Blue Smaldone, Glenn Jones, Michael Gangloff and Nathan Bowles (both of the Black Twig Pickers), and Harmonica Dan. The great 'Jack Rose' was hitherto hard-to-get.



Hush Arbors Hush Arbors
Label debut for Keith Wood's psych folk project.



Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh Helena Espvall And Masaki Batoh
Improvisations with 6 and 12-string guitar, banjo, cello, hurdy-gurdy, harp, contra bass, chappa Tibetan bells, Kin (Buddist metallic bowl), timpani, marimba, vibraphone, thunder sheet and things.




Josephine Foster This Coming Gladness
Terrific lit-up, reaching and odd Josephine playing harp, guitar and piano (and singing), with Alex Nielson on drums and Victor Herrero, lead guitar.



Peter Walker Echo Of My Soul
The folk-raga maestro back with gorgeous Spanish-inspired music alert to the origins of flamenco in ancient East Indian styles.




Tau Emerald Travellers Two
Deliciously ethereal and dark folk from the duo of Oxford's Sharron Kraus and Philly's Tara Burke (aka Fursaxa).



Musics In The Margin Musics In The Margin
Outsider artists and musicians, with a fresh European slant the likes of Konstantin Raudive, Andre Robillard and Martha Grunewaldt rubbing shoulders with the more familiar Daniel Johnston and Wesley Willis.



Alice Bay Laurel Living On The Earth
Mellow hippy folk shit from 2000 by this former Fahey student (and author of the alternative good-living guide with the same title), with gently inventive guitar and zither.