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Paul Metzger Anamnestic Tincture
Amazing in-concert recordings featuring modified banjo, and a disembowelled acoustic guitar — a cymbal set into its face, with ten different strings laid on top — giving Water its dark, teeth-fillings mood.

Paul Metzger Gedanken Splitter
From 2007, aggressive, thrilling and enthralling improvisations for modified banjo (with additional sympathetic raga strings, giving good drone).

Paul Metzger The Uses Of Infinity
'A 6 part cosmic hobo’s dream suite for 23 string banjo... Metzger plucks, picks, bows and spins his way through a 40 minute odyssey making for his most ambitious and adventurous musical trip to date.'

Paul Metzger Tombeaux
'Summons the spirits of Appalachian forefathers, Django Reinhardt and classical sitarist Nikhil Banerjee, among others, weaving a peerless, highly individualistic music that sounds unlike anyone but himself.'

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.

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

Jack Rose Kensington Blues
Hypnotic raga, old-timey, and darkly passionate Fahey-influenced guitar, on twelve-string and lap-slide, following up Raag Manifestos. Including live favourites Cathedral and the epic Now That I'm A Man.

Jack Rose Two Originals Of Jack Rose
The Red Horse...White Mule and Opium Musick LPs — majestic, dark, churning raga-blues played with a dexterity and passion that'll leave you breathless. This album is a modern classic. Killer sleeve notes, too.

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.

Jack Rose Ragged And Right
Inspired by Link Wray, lowdown lap steel and Telecaster collaborations with D. Charles Speer and The Helix.

Jack Rose, Glenn Jones The Things That We Used To Do
A couple of hours of performances, mostly without an audience besides the cameras, playing together and solo, and a half-hour interview with Byron Coley. Intimate and stunning, a lovely thing.