Recorded in 1973, a few weeks before Anne gave birth to her second child, and cleared off to North West Scotland.
Her 1971 album, plus some rare earlier recordings. British music so luminous it’s best to shut up.
Limited vinyl of a self-released CDR from 2005, in handmade sleeves. Americana instrumentals and songs (including Woody Guthrie’s Deportees), solo and in small group settings, with dobro and steel.
Twenty-six recently recorded solo guitar versions of tunes spanning his entire career.
British folk, stoner-rock classic from 1970 — Peel’s favourite record of that year — with Mick Ronson on lead. Beautifully played, off its head: the same neck of the woods as John Martyn, Bert Jansch, Roy Harper.
His album debut for Harvest in 1969 — psychedelic-guitar-folk crossing Bert Jansch, John Martyn and Roy Harper, from a 2012 point of view — expertly reissued.
The original double-LP masterpiece, remastered; plus a disc of stuff for Peel and the The Old Grey Whistle Test, and from a 100 Club show at the time.
His vocals and guitar, with Zoot Money on keys, doing some of his very best work.
Featuring Billy Cooper, Walter Bulwer and Daisy Bulwer; dulcimer, melodeon, fiddle, banjo, drums, pipes, concertina and piano.
‘Second, final album for Deram, originally out in 1971. An absolute classic of melancholy (borderline morbid) folk-rock somewhere between Pearls Before Swine, Leonard Cohen, and a suicide prevention hotline.’