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  1. Children Of The Sun. (Double album).
    by Andy Hay
    A beautifully mellow and soulful outing Andy. Sounds like music you’ve made from a happy place. Love it and looking forward to the physical version to spin
  2. Expert In A Dying Field
    by The Beths
  3. Auckland, New Zealand, 2020
    by The Beths
  4. Dumi-Maichi-Na Chi-Maraire & Nyunga Nyunga Mbira
    by Dumisani Maraire
  5. Home Sessions
    by Martha Spencer
  6. Wonderland
    by Martha Spencer
  7. Ready for the Times To Get Better
    by Martha Spencer
  8. Mister Marionette Man
    by Martha Spencer
  9. Martha Spencer
    by Martha Spencer
  10. Could We Be More
    by Kokoroko
  11. The art of lost songs.
    by Andy Hay
    Rare Birds. Rare Birds.
    Listened to this album this morning after having become a devotee after the first two albums. Listening feels like an unexpected phone call from your best friend at school who you’d lost contact with and hadn’t spoken to for years and yet, within seconds, back to where you were and hole you hadn’t even realised existed is filled. Fav track? Rare birds. Listened to it in the early morning glow while drinking coffee and watching the autumnal rain fall on the Derwent harbour. Was perfect
  12. A Heart Of Gold Is Hard To Find
    by Benjamin Tod
  13. I Will Rise
    by Benjamin Tod
    I am often embarrassed to admit I like country music. But I am
    So far from embarrassed to acknowledge and embrace Benjamin’s work and champion it loudly. It is what country music (any music really) should be. It tells the stories of life, of real people, the dispossessed, the non-celebrity. I often wonder where is the music that follows the folk and country traditions of Guthrie, Ochs et al. It’s here. With poverty, decline, addiction, etc so much a part of every day life for so many this is
  14. April In Your Eyes - A Tribute to the Songs of John Lilly
    by Various Artists
  15. No, You're Crying
    by Gina Leslie
    This is possibly the most beautiful album I have listened to in the last 12 months. It is genre defying and delicate, at times verging upon fragile, yet with a strength and emotional truth that speaks powerful through each track. The arrangements and instrumentality and simply beautiful and the lilting vocal pulls at one’s heart and comforts simultaneously. Please keep recording
  16. A Modern Job
    by sprints
  17. The Best Of The Rest
    by Phil Ochs
  18. Live Again! May 26, 1973
    by Phil Ochs
  19. Live In Montreal October 22, 1966
    by Phil Ochs
  20. Live in B Town
    by Perry Keyes