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Michael Chapman Fully Qualified Survivor
British folk, stoner-rock classic from 1970 Peel's favourite record of that year with Mick Ronson on lead. Beautifully played, off its head: the same neck of the woods as John Martyn, Bert Jansch, Roy Harper.



Michael Chapman Trainsong: Guitar Compositions 1967-2010
Twenty-six recently recorded solo guitar versions of tunes spanning his entire career.




Bridget St John Thank You For...
Her third, from 1972, adding instrumentation, and singing more like an Anglo, pastoral Nico.




Kathy McCord New Jersey To Woodstock
The scarce, beautiful CTI LP (with Hubert Laws and co) from 1969, a lot more ethereal and Vashti than jazz-funk-slick, plus 70s stuff from under her bed, recorded with mates like Amos Garrett and Paul Butterfield.



Kevin Coyne Marjory Razor Blade
The original double-LP masterpiece, remastered; plus a disc of stuff for Peel and the The Old Grey Whistle Test, and from a 100 Club show at the time.







Galwad Y Mynydd
'With their fragile music they created an emotional landscape of their own that is an evocative snapshot of early seventies teenage life on the damp West coast of northern Europe' (Gruff Rhys).




Never The Same Leave-Taking From The British Folk Revival, 1970-1977
'***** beautiful, deeply affecting... hard to beat as the year's most worthwhile reissue', The Guardian; 'magnificent... wonderfully austere', Time Out.



John Peel And Sheila The Pig's Big 78s
A knockabout, entertaining trawl through John Peel's load of old 78s.



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