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    Bert Jansch
    Bert Jansch was quoted as saying "I'm not playing for anyone, just myself", though in reality that couldn't have been less of the case - with everyone from Jimmy Page to Johnny Marr citing him as an i...
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    Mikael Tariverdiev
    Despite being virtually unknown outside of his native Russia, composer Mikael Tariverdiev was nothing if not a tour-de-force. His repertoire includes scoring for successful cult TV films ‘Seventeen Mo...
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    Anne Briggs
    In the annals of pop and folk music, there are few sagas stranger than that of Anne Briggs. An awesomely talented singer of traditional English folk music, possessing of as pure and breathtakingly bea...
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    Compton & Batteau
    Guitarist John Parker Compton and violinist Robin Batteau were playing the coffeehouse circuit together in Cambridge during the late '60s before forming the band Appaloosa. Also including bassist Davi...
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    Dave Evans
    The story goes that Ian A. Anderson and Gef Lucena were walking the streets of Clifton, trying to come up with a name for their new record label. At the time (the early 70s) Greenwich Village was the ...
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    Howard Eynon
    At 17 Eynon left his home farm on his motorcycle and made his way to Melbourne to pursue a career in acting, working mostly in theatre and various theatrical repertory companies. He found himself in a...
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    Jackson C Frank
    Frank's eponymous 1965 album (reissued by Earth in 2014) was produced by Paul Simon after he was impressed with seeing Frank play at folk clubs in England. It is said Frank was so shy during the recor...
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    Judy Dyble & Trader Horne
    Judy and the Folkmen, Fairport Convention, Trader Horne, Giles, Giles & Fripp, King Crimson. What reads as the wants list of a person with exceptional taste is actually the work of one woman: Judy Dyb...
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    Loren Auerbach
    There’s an idea in Japanese culture which suggests that true beauty can only be achieved through imperfection, as its opposite is unattainable. ‘Colours Are Fading Fast’ - a beautifully presented 3 di...
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    Shirley Collins
    July 2015 saw Shirley Collins celebrate her 80th year - an age that would seem frankly ridiculous for a woman as spritely as her, had it not been for all she's achieved. From her seminal field-recordi...
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    Steve Warner
    There’s something particularly pleasing about a privately pressed record. The artist or musicians involved have wanted these recordings to exist with such conviction that they’ve been willing to fund ...
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    The Ballad Of Shirley Collins - DVD (North America / NTSC version)
    Out December 7th 2018. This is the North America release of the DVD (NTSC version). Widely regarded as the 20th century’s most important singer of English traditional song, Shirley Collins is someo...
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    Mikael Tariverdiev - 17 Moments of Spiring
    FOR RUSSIA - WITH LOVE - A man enters a café, takes a drink and sits smoking. He watches as a woman enters with another man. They order coffee and converse at a table. Her companion says something qui...
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    The Music From Bagpuss - Sandra Kerr & John Faulkner
    12th of February, 1974, and for an audience of small children at 1:45pm, a life irrevocably coloured by the wayward wonderings of one saggy cloth cat. Some 44 years later and Earth Recordings opens th...
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    Howard Eynon & Steve Warner: Downunder Bundle - CD
    The third in our bundle series is a bit special. Two CDs from our friends Howard Eynon and Steve Warner - both originally issued in impossibly small quantities in 1970s Australia, for just £15. Snap t...
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    Howard Eynon & Steve Warner: Downunder Bundle - LP
    The third in our bundle series is a bit special. Two LPs from our friends Howard Eynon and Steve Warner - both originally issued in impossibly small quantities in 1970s Australia, for just £15. Snap t...
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    The Ballad Of Shirley Collins - Soundtrack LP
    Black vinyl LP + download code. Widely regarded as the 20th century’s most important singer of English traditional song, Shirley Collins is someone who was born to invoke the old songs. Alongside h...
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    Dave Evans - The Words In Between
    The story goes that Ian A. Anderson and John Turner were sat in their habitual coffee shop, Splinters, trying to come up with a name for their new record label. At the time (the early 70s) Greenwich V...
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    Mychael Danna and Jeff Danna - Alias Grace
    Academy Award Winner Mychael Danna (‘Life Of Pi’, ‘Little Miss Sunshine’, ‘Girl, Interrupted’) And Emmy Nominee Jeff Danna (‘The Good Dinosaur’, ‘The Imaginaries Of Doctor Parnassus’, ‘...
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    Bert Jansch - A Rare Conundrum
    Though recorded in England, Bert’s time in America recording the preceding ‘L.A. Turnaround’ and ‘Santa Barbara Honeymoon’ is still much in evidence. The breezy, bluesy style carries effortless across...
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    Bert Jansch - Santa Barbara Honeymoon
    The second of two albums that Bert wrote in America in the mid 70s, ‘Santa Barbara Honeymoon’ foregrounds some of Bert’s most charming and addictive melodies. Album highlights include ‘Baby Blue’, ‘Lo...
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    Bert Jansch - L.A. Turnaround
    The first of a diptych of albums recorded in and influenced by Bert’s time in America. As the title suggests, this album was something of a contrast to Jansch’s usual style - taking in swathes of Nash...
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    Limited Edition Alternative Scouting Patch: 'Song Collecting'
    Limited edition 'Alternative Scouting' patch designed by UK artist - and Earth collaborator - Luke Drozd. Commissioned as a companion piece to 'The Ballad Of Shirley Collins' DVD and soundtrack. Ea...
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    The Ballad Of Shirley Collins - Bookback DVD / CD (UK Only)
    Special bookback edition of 'The Ballad Of Shirley Collins' DVD, plus soundtrack CD. Widely regarded as the 20th century’s most important singer of English traditional song, Shirley Collins is some...
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    The Ballad Of Shirley Collins - Soundtrack LP (Pink Vinyl)
    Limited edition pink vinyl LP + download code. Widely regarded as the 20th century’s most important singer of English traditional song, Shirley Collins is someone who was born to invoke the old son...
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    Bert Jansch - A Man I'd Rather Be (Part 2)
      A Man I’d Rather Be' (Part II) comprises Jansch’s late ’60s and early ’70s output, an under-rated era, no doubt influenced by the now well-established Pentangle sound. Bandmates Danny Thomps...
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    Bert Jansch - A Man I'd Rather Be (Part 1)
    Comprising Bert’s seminal 1960s output (alongside his only album as a duet with Pentangle bandmate John Renbourn) this four disc set covers an era that forged creative paths for everyone from Neil You...
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    Mikael Tariverdiev - Olga Sergeevna (Original Soundtrack)
    Orders begin shipping 18th October 2017. “Tariverdiev’s eclecticism allows songs to exist apart from the films that inspired them and to speak to Western audiences” Pitchfork Following the relea...
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    Avocet Revisited
    'Avocet Revisited' is a four track EP, commissioned by Earth recordings as a companion piece to Bert Jansch’s 1979 avian-themed masterstroke ‘Avocet’. Again drawing inspiration from the resplendence o...
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    Compton And Batteau - In California
    In California by name, in California by nature. You’ll struggle to find 14 songs more drenched in lazy West Coast sunshine than Compton and Batteau’s only album (recorded in 1971 before promptly falli...
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    Anne Briggs - The Time Has Come
    Offering some of her first original compositions, ‘The Time Has Come’ was a break from tradition in more ways than one for Anne Briggs. Where previous recordings displayed the unaccompanied melodies o...
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    Bert Jansch - Living in the Shadows Part Two: On The Edge Of a Dream
    Following on from Earth’s definitive collection of Jansch’s 1990s works ‘Living In The Shadows Part 2: On The Edge Of A Dream' picks up from where it left off, bringing together Bert Jansch’s final re...
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    Bert Jansch - Black Birds Of Brittany
    Out 16th April 2016 For Record Store Day Originally released as part of a split single with Shirley Collins, 1979’s ‘Black Birds Of Brittany' was recorded - somewhat unsurprisingly - around the sam...
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    Mikael Tariverdiev -The Irony Of Fate - Original Score
    When he died in November 2015, Eldar Ryazanov left behind an astonishing fifty year, thirty movie legacy which included some of the most popular Russian films of the modern age. And of all of them, th...
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    Steve Warner - Steve Warner
    “I love Steve's work - some of it feels sort of tolkeinesque to me. He touches the spirit.” Howard Eynon There’s something particularly pleasing about a privately pressed record. The artist or musici...
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    Judy Dyble – Anthology: Part One
     “An enchanting, esoteric collection” - Uncut  Features members of Fairport Convention, Giles Giles & Fripp and King Crimson  Remastered edition in a deluxe linen-finish sleeve, complete with 2...
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    Jackson C. Frank - Jackson C. Frank
    Jackson C Frank’s original 1965 album is a lost classic now proudly resurrected by Earth Recordings. Frank’s eponymous 1965 album was produced by Paul Simon after he was impressed with seeing Frank p...
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    Howard Eynon - So What If Im Standing In Apricot Jam
    “I’m thinking of going to Tasmania to check out the apricot jam” Mick Jagger “There’s only one moment really, and so long as you’re in it, it’s magic” Howard Eynon “His Anglo-Australian twang giftin...
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    Shirley Inspired - Various Artists
    An album of Shirley Collins covers featuring contributions from Graham Coxon, Lee Ranaldo (Sonic Youth), Bitchin Bonnie Billy Bajas (Bonnie Prince Billy), Stewart Lee, Angel Olsen, Eric Chenaux, J...
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    Trader Horne - Morning Way
    Trader Horne 45th Anniversary of ‘Morning Way’ and first live performance together since 1970 on 29th November 2015 at Bush Hall, London. Trader Horne are: Judy Dyble (ex-Fairport Conventio...
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    Bert Jansch - Moonshine
     “there are no bad cuts here, Jansch is in great voice throughout” Allmusic  Features performances from Pentangle’s Danny Thompson, Tony Visconti, Mary Hopkin, Fairport Convention’s Dave Mattacks, A...
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    Loren Auerbach with Bert Jansch - Colours are Fading Fast
    There’s an idea in Japanese culture which suggests that true beauty can only be achieved through imperfection, as its opposite is unattainable. ‘Colours Are Fading Fast’ - a beautifully presented 3 di...
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    Bert Jansch - From The Outside
    Recalling the elegant simplicity of Jansch's early works, 'From The Outside' sees Jansch return to the uncomplicated yet supremely effective sound of his eponymous debut. This is Bert laid bare – esch...
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    Bert Jansch - Live At The 12 Bar
    “one of the most innovative instrumentalists of the twentieth century in the folk rock canon” The Quietus “peerless in his consistency of making astonishing records” All Music Inspiring generations ...
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    Bert Jansch - Avocet
    First  issued  over  25  years  ago,  and  now  remastered  from  original tapes, Avocet is a concept piece that is often cited by fans as a favourite. Avocet begins with 18-minute-long title track, ...
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    Mikael Tariverdiev - Film Music
    Born in 1931 in Tbilisi, Georgian SSR to Armenian parents, Tariverdiev was a highly esteemed artist remembered for his work in film and music in Russia. His repertoire includes scoring for successful ...
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    Bert Jansch - Living In The Shadows
    Signifying a return to form that heralded one of the most prolific periods of his life, this special collection features some of Jansch’s finest work. Living In the Shadows includes an extra disc of d...
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    Bert Jansch - Live In Australia
    There is something quite special about a live album—provided you can get over the envy at not having been present(!). It can sound a lot better than the gig itself without the risk of one’s toes being...
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