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This category contains studio albums released on the Yep Roc Records label. Please move any non-studio albums to an appropriate subcategory per WikiProject Albums guidelines. Play Favorites Los Straitjackets. A Christmas Kind of Town Marah. As Is Now Paul Weller. Albatross The Standard. Beachhead The Fleshtones. Body Of Song Bob Mould. Begonias Caitlin Cary and Thad Cockrell. Georgia Hard Robbie Fulks. Oceans Apart The Go-Betweens. Heavy Trash Heavy Trash. Adcock C. Route 23 Chatham County Line.
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Los Straitjackets. Party With! The Countdown Quartet. Waltzie Caitlin Cary. I Need You Jennyanykind. A mere 95 copies makes up the total number of copies released of Fahey's first album, and all his Fonotone material where Fahey often recorded as Blind Thomas has been very tough to locate.
This LP-sized box set collects the Fonotone material, including ultra-rare takes and even a few fragments. Fahey explores the country blues, murder ballads, gospel and country songs, and even plays the sitar. The page hardback book includes essays by Glenn Jones and Malcolm Kirton, among others, and features a interview with Fahey, as well as label information, notes on every track, and rare photographs.
By itself, the book would be enough to recommend this to Fahey fans. In all, this box set shines a well-deserved light on the often over-looked early career of one of the acoustic guitar's greatest and most eccentric and eclectic innovators. Hats off to Dust-To-Digital for saving this great music from eternal obscurity. A must have for any Fahey fan. About half the tracks are by Gayten himself while the rest features sides produced by Gayten and backed by Gayten's band including vocalists Annie Laurie, Joe "Mr.
Joining Gayten's sterling piano work are such fine musicians as guitarist Edgar Blanchard, teno saxist Lee Alen, trumpeter Wallace Davenport and others.
The tracks are arranged chronologically so one can watch the development of the music from the mellow West Coast falvored stylings to the more hard driving New Orleans sound that defined the music of the city.
Although a fair number of the tracks have been reissued before this is the first time they have been brought together under the rubric of the man who made them all possible. Reissue of album Folkways issued on the two hundredth anniversary of the American Revolution featuring songs by Woody about the struggles of the American working man. Several of the songs were previously unissued prior to the release. The day after his first appearance Hoskins returned with a tape recorder and spent an afternoon recording him and, finally, these recordings are being made available.
The recordings are informal with family and friends coming in and, in some cases, joining JOhn on the vocals and, for a while, a rooster crowing very loudly! Here was a man who had spent most of his life as a farmer when, out of the blue, a young white man knocks on his door. At first Hurt thought he might be an FBI agent but Hoskins reassured him that he was there because he loved his music and the next day John was creating that magical music that only he was capable of.
If you are not familiar with Hurt's music this is probably not the place to start since the recording quality isn't all that great and Hurt's performances are not as polished but if you love Hurt's music as I do this will send a shiver down your spine and possibly bring a tear to your eye! The recordings include a 16 minute interview with Hurt. Simply magical. And Etta James is certainly worth the lavish treatment. For those of you who think that Etta James was only good to a certain point in the s, you have a lot of proof of her greatness on these disks, for while her greatest material fills up the first two CDs here, there are excellent songs throughout all four disks of this set; after all, Etta James is still making good music to this day.
The beautiful, embossed, clothbound packaging contains extensive liner notes, great pictures, recording info etc. For an album that was overlooked at the time, it holds up surprisingly well, which is all the more amazing as it was recorded at a time when Etta was at the height of her heroin dependency.
As with the album tracks, James is in her element and never less than good, even on otherwise ordinary remakes of Tell It Like it Is and Never My Love. These two Etta James re-issues, taken with the earlier "Who's Blue" collection, are a testament to Kent's ongoing efforts to reacquaint the world with the lady's lost treasures.
The tracks with Hall are particularly nice as he adds some nice Spann like touches to the performances. Jo Ann also contributes some fine guitar.
Some of the live cuts have unexceptional sound but, all in all, while not always Jo Ann at her best there's lots of fine music here. To me, those songs illustrate one part of what Jimmy Kirkland might have been like. He seems like a Rockabilly cat with the heart of a Lounge singer, or a Lounge singer with the heart of a rockabilly cat, I can't quite decide.
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