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Dummy Line

It’s been a while, hasn’t it?

Today’s list is nostalgic, and includes a track by John Fahey (who I initially discovered on this very website). It’s slightly warped playlist to listen to on a sunday drive. Just like the pumpkins in the photo, it’s earthy and organic, but in a slightly bent and malformed way. Folky, country, electronic and exotic. A few of these original pressings fetch a mighty dollar online, so enjoy the rips.

1. John Sangster - Sunrise
(Australia And All That Jazz Vol.1)

2. Vashti BunyanDiamond Day
(Just Another Diamond Day)

3. John Fahey In Christ There Is No East Or West
(The Legend Of Blind Joe Death)

4. Matthew YoungDummy Line
(Traveller’s Advisory)

5. Matthew Larkin CassellIn My Life
(Pieces)

6. Tony WilsonI Can’t Leave it Alone
(I Like Your Style)

7. Nino Nardini & Roger RogerTropical
(Jungle Obsession)

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Category: Blues, Exotica, Experimental, Folk

8 Responses

  1. jimmy moose says:

    keep posting and ill keep believing, Vashti Bunyan beautiful as always and perfect to watch the leaves falling

  2. schils says:

    Glad to see you back andy :)

  3. Sneaky_G says:

    Glad to see some library music on the list! Although I think the Nino Nardini piece is “Tropical Call.”

    Not that that really matters I guess – still great music.

  4. Finn says:

    Nice tracks. Love the John Fahey one, and the last one as well. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a Guiro put to such good use.

  5. Andras Fox says:

    indeed sneaky G, sorry if i get a little lazy with the track details sometimes. I love the library stuff, and hope to post alot more in the coming months. I’m going through a massive coloursound phase, so expect lots of VDB records.

  6. anthony says:

    just wanted to say how we the readers appreciate your blog work. thanks and keep it up.

  7. somnovore says:

    +1 Anthony – Been missing the updates!

  8. babar 1er says:

    mais vous êtes fou !

The song makes its imprint
in the air, making itself felt,
a felt world. Here, there,
the stunned silence

of knowing I will not remember
what I heard;

futures that will never happen,
a fluidity we cannot achieve
except as a child
creating possibility.

This is the untranslatable song
hidden in the earth.

-Untranslatable Song [1]