Karen Dalton
In My Own Time
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A beautiful, thoughtful record that has both folk and jazz elements. Perfect for making breakfast to on a Saturday morning
- Willa
Roky Erickson
The Evil One
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You can't touch these songs. They burn, they scream for brains - THEY ARE POSSESSED! Every song. Thank you, Roky
- Patrick
Lewis
L'Amour
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L'ewis will l'eave you feeling l'uxurious and rel'axed. Good yoga music. Makes me think of air conditioning, martinis, and swank 80s hotel rooms
- Jackie
Native North America
Native North America (Vol. 1): Aboriginal Folk, Rock, and Country 1966–1985
Catchy, weird, political, honest rock and roll. NNA is a great compilation that shines a musical spotlight on a community of people who are typically totally undervalued in Western society
- Everyone!
David Kauffman and Eric Caboor
Songs From Suicide Bridge
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I always felt this album found me more than I found it. A constant companion over the years. A desert island record for sure
- Patrick
Native North America
Native North America Sweetgrass Tote Bag
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Because you need another tote bag and this one rules
- Matt
The City
Now That Everything's Been Said
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So many catchy folky, jazzy gems on Carole King's first record. It transports me to Topanga Canyon circa 1967. Not a bad place to be if you ask me?
- Stephanie
Joanna Newsom
Divers
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A breathtaking meditation on time and space, this album unfolds more and more as you learn the lyrics, interpret their meaning and are slowly able to sing along. In it Joanna experiments with contemporary instruments such as electric guitar and analog synth, never before heard in her work.
- Jackie
Scott Fagan
South Atlantic Blues
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I thought I'd heard every late 60's acid-tinged freak-folk singer/songwriter LP - but I hadn't heard this one. File it next to must haves like Tim Hardin, Tim Buckley, Fred Neil, and John Martyn - yeah, it's that good!
- Pat