One of the last Capitol Records albums that Merle Haggard issued – a bit of a tribue to Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell! Hank contributed the originals "Way It Was In 51" and "Goodbye Lefty" – and other titles include versions of the Hank Williams tunes "I Saw ... 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
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
Bola Sete —
Ocean ... LP Takoma, 1975. Sealed ...
Just Sold Out!
Beautiful record by Bola Sete, and probably one of his best. The great John Fahey produced this set for his Takoma label, and his history with the acoustic guitar lets him get all of these beautiful tones and sounds out of Bola's playing that are often missed on other recordings. The set includes ... (Brazil, Folk/Country)read moreLP, Vinyl record album
Early RCA work from the great Porter Wagoner – with titles that include "Company's Comin", "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down", "Come On In", "Shutters & Boards", "Be Careful Of Stones You Throw", and "Bad News Travels Fast". LP, Vinyl record album
(Orange label stereo pressing. Cover has a cut corner.)
Part of the great series done by Alan Lomax – with rootsy blues and folk by Estil C Ball, Vera Hall, The Mountain Ramblers, Neil Morris, Kenny Wagner, Sid Hemphill, Fred McDowell, John Davis, Alabama Sacred Harp Singers, and others! (Blues, Folk/Country)LP, Vinyl record album