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Bert Jansch Thirteen Down
Originally released on Stefan Grossmanís Kicking Mule label in 1979, after the break-up of Pentangle. With Martin Jenkins, Nigel Portman-Smith, Luce Langridge ó and Jacquie McShee on one track.




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





Just Others Amalgam
The acoustic UK folk LP originally privately-pressed in 1974, now such a collectors' item.



Sarah Makem The Heart Is True
Fifties and sixties recordings by the great Irish singer, including many rarities.



John Martyn Stormbringer!
The classic 1970 debut with Beverley Martyn. Rehearsed in Woodstock, with Levon Helm guesting on a couple, Joe Boyd producing. Lovely.



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.





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.




Bridget St John Ask Me No Questions
Tremendous, spare 1969 debut, produced hands-off by John Peel, with John Martyn on second guitar.



Bridget St John Songs For The Gentle Man
Her second album of English folk, from 1971, produced by Ron Geesin. John Peel called her 'the best lady singer-songwriter in the country'.



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