Wilburn Burchette – Guitar Grimoire (1973)

June 25, 2013 § Leave a comment


Moments of this remind me of Willie Lanes album Recliner Ragas. Really really good.

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Daniel Lecht – Fireheart/Fireriver Music for Guitars 6 & 12 String Solos & Collaborations (1977)

June 25, 2013 § 2 Comments









Found this on Ebay, Seems to be self released. Get a load of that album art. Pretty decent record too.

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Mark Lang – Texas John Boscoe

June 25, 2013 § Leave a comment


Had a hard time acquiring a copy of this record. Really great guitar soli music in the vein of Leo Kotke or John Fahey. Brother of Takoma guitarist Peter Lang. Recorded at Sound 80 studio.

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Sacred Harp – Feast Of The Green Corn (C32)

April 3, 2012 § Leave a comment


Purchase a limited edition of Sacred Harp’s Feast of the Green Corn tape from Mirror Universe, I swear it’ll make you burn your bra and sell your Mustang.


The Dove Azima – S/T

November 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

“Moving to the outer fringes of psych-folk, The Dove Azima is a deeply American recording. This solo project of Zack Hay has folk sensibilities much like John Fahey’s and hearkens to roots music from an era before the cultural tributaries of rock, country, and folk had parted ways. American avant-gardists have also crept much more into Hay’s sound since his last, more straightforward album, Bronze Horse. Hay himself had written of his interest in naïve experiences with guitar and he seems to have stumbled upon the steel string’s extended faculties a la Eugene Chadbourne; extended guitar techniques in general are almost never as visceral and hypnotic as they are on this LP, however. Hay’s detuned meditations can sometimes sound as weird as Jandek or sometimes lush and heady like Harry Partch’s microtonalities. Like a decayed American flag you found buried in the woods, The Dove Azima is one of the more brilliant pieces of Americana I’ve ever heard. It begs for many repeated listens and one oughtn’t neglect such a request.” – Nat Roe, WFMU


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