A fantastic follow-up to the first Folk Is Not A Four Letter Word compilation – and like that set, a CD that's bound to reshape your ideas of the genre! The work here is hardly the familiar folk of the 60s – and instead, tracks are pulled from a motherlode of obscure rarities that showcase a completely different style than the mainstream – folk with elements that include gentle grooves, jazzy phrasing, psychedelic production, and more! Some tracks here will definitely appeal to beatheads looking for a folk funk nugget – and lots more are from that rich underground that's come to be dubbed "acid folk" on both sides of the Atlantic
at the end of the 60s. 21 tracks in all – compiled by Andy Votel. Titles include "Son Of God" by Parchment, "How Do" by Naomi, "Of Broken Links" by These Trails, "Night In The City" by Y Triban, "Balladem Om Belfast" by Midsommar, "Apres Londee" by Emmanuelle Parrenin, "Heksenkring" by Elly & Rikkert, "Waters Of Babylon" by 1159, "Song" by Turid, "Dime Felix" by Vainica Doble, and "Grey Today" by Woody Simmons.