A cool set of stripped down versions of John D Loudermilk tunes that he cut for Warner Bros in the early 70s – including some of his greatest songs! Other versions of many of these tunes were recorded for earlier LPs on RCA with bigger, weirder arrangements – but they're still plenty ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some waviness, a cut corner and light wear.)
This album was part of Riverside's "Folklore" series and features George Pegram on banjo & vocals and Walter Parham on mouth harp. Both men are from North Carolina and the recording took place there in 1957. It's a great collection of a total of 18 traditional songs and it includes ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(In beautiful shape!)
Caroline Peyton —
Mock Up ... LP Bar-B-Q, Early 70s. Near Mint- ...
A wild set of early 70s leftfield folk from Caroline Peyton – a freewheeling batch of tunes that's a little bit more out there than the warmer, sunshine folk soul of the later Intuition album – but a unique gem that's a great showcase for Caroline's stunning voice, and the songwriting ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
The rare and amazing self-titled LP from topical folk singer-songwriter Malvina Reynolds – recorded in 1970 when Malvina was a spritely 70-years-old – done up beautifully in acoustic sunshine psychedelic arrangements thanks to backing from members of the Byrds, the Dillards, the ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A great late effort from Snow's long, incredible career – again taking on some of the most maudlin material he'd ever record, with some mid 60s instrumentation that add some eerie, left-of-center sounds without compromising Snow's reputation as a classic country traditionalist. Includes ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of the more mournful full lengths ever cut by honky tonk great Hank Snow – his When Tragedy Struck, cut for RCA Victor at the end of the 50s – and in the tradition of the best morose themed country music of the 50s or any other time, darkness never sounded so sweet and cathartic! ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Black label pressing with deep groove. Cover has some aging, with some pen on the back.)
A great big barrel of beer drinkin' honky tonk classics from Hank Thompson – one of the flagship honky tonk albums of the 60s! This is Texas swing-modeled, no BS honky tonk – no silly string arrangements or Jordanaires backing vocals in the mix. It's the antidote for all that ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
(Sealed 60s pressing.)
Timothy P & Rural Route 3 —
Utah Moon ... LP Mail Box, 1976. Very Good+ ...