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Artist: DALTON, KAREN
Title: 1966
Format: LP
Label: Delmore
Country: USA
Price: $22.00
"In 1966, Carl Baron brought his reel to reel over to her remote cabin in Summerville, Colorado and recorded one of those exquisite musical evenings. Karen and Richard Tucker were rehearsing for a gig when Carl hit the record button. The result is a 45-year-old tape, carefully exhumed, documenting Karen at her most raw and unfiltered. On it are Fred Neil and Tim Hardin songs weve never heard Karen give voice to before, as well as traditional songs she uncannily makes her own, including a devastating version of Katie Cruel, that is so powerful, it is as if the ghost of Katie Cruel seeped into her blood. This recording is a window to her Summerville cabin opened, allowing us to eavesdrop on Karen Dalton at her most pure and unaffected. Newly unearthed rehearsal tape from 1966. Features Karen solo on banjo and guitar, plus four duets with Richard Tucker. Many never heard before covers including Reason To Believe and Dont Make Promises by Tim Hardin, and Other Side To This Life by Fred Neil. KD at her most intimate and unfiltered. CD booklet contains beautiful, unseen photos (including Karen with Fred Neil and Tim Hardin), and a 3500 word essay by Ben Edmonds (MOJO and currently working on a biography of Tim Hardin)." -Delmore.

Artist: DALTON, KAREN
Title: 1966
Format: LP
Label: Delmore
Country: USA
Price: $26.00
"2014 repress. LP version housed in tip-on jacket, with four page heavy insert, exclusive color portrait and download card. "In 1966, Carl Baron brought his reel to reel over to her remote cabin in Summerville, Colorado and recorded one of those exquisite musical evenings. Karen and Richard Tucker were rehearsing for a gig when Carl hit the record button. The result is a 45-year-old tape, carefully exhumed, documenting Karen at her most raw and unfiltered. On it are Fred Neil and Tim Hardin songs weve never heard Karen give voice to before, as well as traditional songs she uncannily makes her own, including a devastating version of Katie Cruel, that is so powerful, it is as if the ghost of Katie Cruel seeped into her blood. This recording is a window to her Summerville cabin opened, allowing us to eavesdrop on Karen Dalton at her most pure and unaffected. Newly unearthed rehearsal tape from 1966. Features Karen solo on banjo and guitar, plus four duets with Richard Tucker." - Delmore.

Artist: WALKER, PETER
Title: Has Anybody Seen Our Freedoms?
Format: LP
Label: Delmore
Country: USA
Price: $23.00
"Peter Walker is an American original, as eclectic and enigmatic as the songs he writes. The legendary seventy-five year old raga/psychedelic/folk acoustic guitarist, who was schooled by masters such as Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan, has been described by Larry Coryell as, One of the most original practitioners of contemporary music and proclaimed by the Beatles press agent Derek Taylor as Perhaps the greatest guitarist in the world. His music, celebrated by the late Jack Rose, James Blackshaw, Steffen Basho-Junghans, Thurston Moore, and Greg Davis, all contributed original compositions to the 2006 tribute album, A Raga for Peter Walker. In the mid-60s, while musical director to Timothy Learys LSD explorations, Walker released the classic Rainy Day Raga LP in 1966, and 1968s influential Second Poem to Karmela, or Gypsies are Important, both on Vanguard Records. Following that, Peter Walker disappeared from recording for almost forty years, but never stopped practicing, learning, and reaching. Now, Delmore Recording Society is proud to announce the release of a lost studio session from 1970. Recorded at Mercury Studios, NYC. Has Anybody Seen Our Freedoms? is Peter Walkers manifesto. A solo guitar/vocal album, all one take, no overdubs, that could have been Peters classic third album had it been released at the time. (Peter had been storing the reels in a converted bread truck for decades). While his previous two records are incredible collaborative efforts, the playing of Bruce Langhorne, Jeremy Steig, and John Blair as important to the final product as Peters, this album is 100 proof Walker. A requiem to the 1960s, chronicling lovers on the run, anti-war movement adventures, and living off the grid in Mexico, California, Detroit, and NYC. Includes a four-panel insert with images and an essay by Peter Walker, plus a download code." - Delmore.

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