Category Archives: re-issues

Best re-issues 2019

Kankyo Ongaku / Japanese Ambient, Environmental & New Age Music 1980-1990 By “environmental” they must mean early analog-electro blissful simplicity.  Play around the house, and watch the mood of everything and everybody change.  This is off-world music that makes my … Continue reading

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Trouble Is…..

Wouldn’t you like to hear stories about Emory Zickafoose Brown, Sleepy Gilreath, Anna May Stillwell, and the Dobkins brothers: George and Orville?  You’re in luck.  Look no further than the new re-issue of Lee Hazlewood’s Trouble Is a Lonesome Town. One … Continue reading

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Country Funk 1969-1975

The fine folks at Light In the Attic have given us yet another compilation we didn’t know we needed; another genre we didn’t know needed excavating…but as usual, the effort is worth it.  Country Funk 1969-1975 serves up 16 slices … Continue reading

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Bless you Omni, bless you….

Hello music lovers, Not sure what you know or don’t know about the excellent Omni Recording Corporation.  I know them primarily for some recent vintage-era-country-fringe compilations they’ve recently released. Make sure you know about the ridiculously-terrific Plantation Gold Compilation, and … Continue reading

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