A private pressing in 1978 — the first recordings of this entrancing, sun-dappled music, for 6 and 12-string guitars, and Eaton’s own, handmade, utterly beautiful string instruments.
Her 1978 album debut — winning versions of blues, country and folk classics from the likes of Robert Johnson, Memphis Minnie, and Hank Williams — reissued in the finery of the original.
Country and hillbilly 78s: songs about work, hardship and loss; dance tunes, comic numbers, and novelties; hymns and sacred pieces.
Pay hard, too.
Jewish wedding music recorded in the US by Eastern European immigrants. The title means Lineage.
All seven Poppy and Tomato LPs, his best stuff, and the 1973 live set At The Old Quarter.
Wonderful early recordings, some of his very best, from a small club, 18 by 38 feet, in 1973.
Excellent early-nineties live stuff, numerous classic songs, and a handful of studio recordings at death’s door.
Demos, outtakes and alternate versions from the 1972 sessions for High, Low and The Late Great, his masterpieces. ‘***** Holy Grail stuff’ (Mojo); ‘10/10 about as good as anything in this world gets’ (Uncut).