One of the fantastic early Capitol albums from the young Wanda Jackson – music cut when she was much more of a rockabilly artist than a country singer – with a raw vibe that maybe set a whole new standard for female work in postwar pop music! Jackson's as bold here as any of her male ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Continuing genius from the great Bert Jansch – the singer/songwriter's second album, and one of his most sublime records ever! The album's got an up-close, personal vibe – mostly just Bert's vocals and acoustic guitar, a bit like the earliest albums by Bob Dylan – and like Dylan, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Bert Jansch —
Jack Orion ... LP Transatlantic/Superior Viaduct, 1966. New Copy (reissue)...
Just Sold Out!
A huge leap forward for the mighty Bert Jansch – and a record that's somehow even more amazing than the ones that came before! Bert's maybe even more introspective here, but also on a personal journey that takes him down musical paths that seem broader than before – almost echoing a ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Bert Jansch —
Rosemary Lane ... LP Reprise/Superior Viaduct, 1971. New Copy (reissue)...
Just Sold Out!
Tremendous work from Bert Jansch – an album that shows how much he'd evolved in just a few short years – both as a singer and as a musician, and as a completely unique talent on his own! The record has an instantly timeless feel – that mix of ancient inspiration and new freedoms ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Some of the earliest material you'll ever hear from the legendary Bert Jansch – rare live recordings from his home turf of Glasgow – recorded in the years before his groundbreaking albums, and with a very similar feel! Jansch is already incredible here on guitar – graced of those ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Waylon's close runner-up to Honky Tonk Heroes in overall quality, and one of the greatest outlaw albums ever! As with close buddy Willie Nelson's albums from the period, Dreaming My Dreams showed just how great he could be after wrestling full creative control from the label. The firm, proud ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Textbook 70s country badassery from Waylon Jennings! This is one of the most defining moments of the outlaw era, the record which pretty much drew a line in the sand between Waylon Jennings and the Nashville establishment. Billy Joe Shaver's pen and Waylon's authoritative voice marks this as one ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Titles include "We're Gonna Go Fishin", "Bummin Around", "They'll Never Take Her Love From Me", "Too Close To Her", "I Love You Because", "Heading Down The Wrong Highway", and "A Little Bit Lonesome". LP, Vinyl record album
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
(White label promo. Cover has a split bottom seam & some wear.)
Beautiful instrumental material from the team of Ryley Walker and Bill MacKay – a recently-recorded acoustic set, but one that feels as if it could have been pulled from the archives of Takoma Records in the 60s! Both Ryley and Bill play acoustic guitars – criss-crossing in these ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
There were very few steel guitar greats who could strongly lead the pack – and back in the postwar years, the mighty Leon McAuliff was definitely one of them! Leon first cut his teeth working with Bob Wills – where his sound was a key element of the Texas Playboys' success – but ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Incredible early work from Willie Nelson – quite different from his outlaw material of the 70s, but equally compelling in its own sort of way! As you'd guess from the title and cover, the set came out at a time when Willie was a real up-and-coming songwriting in country music – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of the strangest records you'll ever hope to own – a completely unusual vocal outing by two nuns from Australian – who are singing alongside spare accompaniment on organ, guitar, and piano! The whole thing's world's apart from the successful "nun" genre of the 60s – ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Bill Anderson's backup group takes off on their own – serving up a mixed set of instrumentals, plus a few vocal tracks too! Titles include "Up & Atom", "Nickels Quarters & Dimes", "Before I Met You", "Black Mountain Rag", "Sunny Gem", ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Fantastic early work from John Prine – exactly the kind of sounds that made him so different from both the 60s generation of folksingers, and most of his hip 70s contemporaries too! In one breath, Prine manages to embrace musical worlds that run from New Orleans up through the Mississippi ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
One of the undisputed 70s classics from John Prine – a set mostly recorded down in Nashville, but at a level that still keeps Prine's wit and Chicago sensibilities firmly intact! The instrumentation here is a bit augmented from before – with help from the great Reggie Young on guitar, ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
A really groovy early 70s spiritual folk rock record from RFD – with emotionally resonant male & female vocals – and lightly rollicking backdrop of guitar, bass & drums. There's kind of a mix of east coast and west coast folk rock influences – the harmonies have a Byrdsy ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Classic work from The Stanley Brothers – a duo whose spiritual output was just as important as their secular sides – and which comes off here with all the best charm of their famous recordings! Sure, these tunes might originate from the church – but the presentation here is very ... read moreLP, Vinyl record album