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music that will re-calibrate your ears

dan "dropandroll"
 
Sweet England
Sweet England
"for my money, collins voice finds its best setting when she accompanies herself on banjo"
Buzz: Original Soundtrack
Buzz: Original Soundtrack
"paul rutherford (trombone), derek bailey (guitar) and barry guy (bass) are admirably restrained in this exemplary piece of free improvisation"
Anthology Of American Folk Music (Edited By Harry Smith)
Anthology Of American Folk Music (Edited By Harry Smith)
"it may be expensive but it'll change your life. smith's original anthology (including its 4th volume) remains the definitive collection of old-time american folk music"
Heart Of The Congos
Heart Of The Congos
"any of lee perry's earlier productions are likely to do the job, but this is surely one of his best with some fantastic harmony work from the group"
The Parable of Arable Land/God Bless
The Parable of Arable Land/God Bless
"this really deserves a better design/packaging job than charly have given it, 'god bless...', particularly, is a work of majesterial beauty realised with the most minimal means"
Country Blues
Country Blues
"boggs 'robust' singing voice is an instrument surely given him from god, and his banjo playing's not bad either"
Jazzactuel
Jazzactuel
"not every track's a classic, but a pretty good introduction to free jazz. you'd pay £100s for just a few of the original vinyl LPs from which the tracks are drawn"
Rock Bottom
Rock Bottom
"this 1973 LP, inspired by a shimmering sea and wyatt's love for his second wife, alfreda, is perhaps still his best"
Last Sessions
Last Sessions
"hurt was to die not long after recording these songs and you can hear the frailty in his voice. a touchingly poignant recording of one of the masters of folk-blues"
The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death
The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death
"notoriously cantankerous, fahey's blend of 'american primitive' guitar stylings with the drone elements of Indian classical music has been much imitated but never bettered"