Tag: folk

Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: Home & Away: 3CD Deluxe Edition (Cherry Red)

The debut by folk duo Gregston & Collister was a low-key but auspicious live album. Thirty years later, it’s reissued and expanded, adding the duo’s final performances. It’s a great bookend to an underrated career.

Dawn McCarthy: Traveller Returning (Circa 1997-2000) (Drag City)

Faun Fables frontwoman’s first folk forays finally find their way into the world. Beautiful, haunting music lies ahead. Oh, and yodeling.

Dawn McCarthy: Traveller Returning (Circa 1997-2000) (Drag City)

Faun Fables frontwoman’s first folk forays finally find their way into the world. Beautiful, haunting music lies ahead. Oh, and yodeling.

Lenny Breau: The Velvet Touch of Lenny Breau–Live! (Wounded Bird Records)

This live record, released in 1969, serves as one of the lasting documents of the greatness that was the talented but now-obscure Canadian guitarist Lenny Breau.

Lenny Breau: The Velvet Touch of Lenny Breau–Live! (Wounded Bird Records)

This live record, released in 1969, serves as one of the lasting documents of the greatness that was the talented but now-obscure Canadian guitarist Lenny Breau.

3AM Eternal: The Louvin Brothers, “Knoxville Girl” (1956)

A haunting Appalachian murder ballad from the fine debut album by The Louvin Brothers.

Twilight Music: John Fahey Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier’s Choice) (1973)

One of guitarist John Fahey’s finest offerings, presented in its entirety. Enjoy!

Twilight Music: John Fahey Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier’s Choice) (1973)

One of guitarist John Fahey’s finest offerings, presented in its entirety. Enjoy!

You Missed It: Birddog Songs From Willipa Bay (2002)

Bill Santen’s final record as Birddog was an understated album of pure dark alt.country beauty.

You Missed It: Birddog Songs From Willipa Bay (2002)

Bill Santen’s final record as Birddog was an understated album of pure dark alt.country beauty.