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Guthrie, Woody - Bound for Glory
(Folkways FA-2481 US-61 EX 300:-)

Woody Guthrie was the most important American folk music artist of the first half of the 20th century, in part because he turned out to be such a major influence on the popular music of the second half of the 20th century, a period when he himself was largely inactive. His greatest significance lies in his songwriting; his songs have been performed and recorded by a wide range of artists, including a who's who of folksingers.

"Bound for Glory" is an audio documentary in which excerpts from Guthrie's prose writings, edited by Lampell and narrated by the actor Will Geer, serve as introductions to recordings by Guthrie drawn from the large catalog of Folkways Records.
Guthrie, Woody - Songs to Grow on
(Folkways FC-7675 US-58 VG+ 275:-)

Woody Guthrie was the most important American folk music artist of the first half of the 20th century, in part because he turned out to be such a major influence on the popular music of the second half of the 20th century, a period when he himself was largely inactive. His greatest significance lies in his songwriting; his songs have been performed and recorded by a wide range of artists, including a who's who of folksingers.

Some of the last songs written and recorded by Woody Guthrie were his children's songs. Their strength, shown in Songs to Grow on for Mother and Child, is an unusually strong identification with actually being a child, in all its simplicity and charm, along with the ability to win over listeners.

1958 US pressing with an 8 page booklet.
Lazarus (Original Cast)
(Sony 88985-37455 EU-16 EX 300:-)

One of the final works of pop icon David Bowie prior to his passing in 2016, Lazarus is an off-Broadway musical production inspired by author Walter Tevis' 1963 sci-fi novel, The Man Who Fell to Earth. Having famously starred as the book's alien protagonist, Thomas Newman, in director Nicolas Roeg's 1977 film version, Bowie revisited the material, imagining a sequel to the book.

Here, we find Newman (played by Dexter actor Michael C. Hall) still on Earth, possessed by the events of the original story. Produced by the show's musical director, Henry Hey, the studio recording of Lazarus showcases the original cast, including vocals from Hall, Sophia Anne Caruso, Cristin Milioti, Michael Esper, and Charlie Pollock.
Music of the Plains Apache
(ASCH Records AHM-4252 US-69 EX 275:-)

The Kiowa-Apache, or Plains Apache, of the Apachean people who came down from Northwest Canada and made their way to the plains of what is now the United States of America.

This album holds a collection of songs from various aspects of the lives of Plains Apache people who lived in Oklahoma. From animal songs for children that cry out the sounds of a puppy (“Puppy Song”), to the social songs such as “Hand Game” that features lively drumming and singing, these songs represent wholistically the culture of the Plains Apache.

Original US pressing with 4-page foldout insert.
Reich, Steve - Music for 18 Musicians
(ECM Records ECM-1129 Ger-78 EX 500:-)

A highly influential avant-garde composer and one of the key founders of the minimalist school of music, Steve Reich has embraced a wide variety of musical styles and interests, forging from them a unique synthesis.

When this recording was released in 1978, the impact on the new music scene was immediate and overwhelming. Anyone who saw potential in minimalism and had hoped for a major breakthrough piece found it here. The beauty of its pulsing added-note harmonies and the sustained power and precision of the performance were the music's salient features; and instead of the sterile, electronic sound usually associated with minimalism, the music's warm resonance was a welcome change.

Original German pressing; both Sleeve and Vinyl are graded EX.
Songs of the Seminole Indians of Florida
(Folkways FE-4383 US-72 EX 275:-)

Weakened by war and disease, Native peoples of Florida banded together with members of other tribes whom Europeans had forced southward from their homelands to form the Seminoles in the 18th century. Though a large number of Seminoles were relocated to Oklahoma, many stayed in Florida, especially in the Everglades.

Dr. Frances Densmore (1867–1957) collected these recordings from 1931 to 1933 on repeat visits to two reservations in Florida. Densmore spent most of her life studying and recording American Indian music, an unlikely career path for a woman at a time when it was unheard of for a proper lady even to travel to “wild” areas.

Original US pressing with 6-page foldout insert.
Text-Sound Compositions 1 - 2
(Sveriges Radio RELP-1049/1054 Swe-68 VG+ 1000:-)

Fylkingen Records in collaboration with the Swedish Radio released a series of LP records with text-sound compositions between the years of 1968-77. All of these were documentations of the international festival Text-Sound Compositions A Stockholm Festival, which Fylkingen presented in Stockholm several times during these years. Most of the LPs were only pressed in batches of about 400-500 records, and most of the LPs sold out during the festivals.

These are the two first in the series and contains music from Åke Hodell, Francis Dufrene, Bengt af Klintberg, Bernard Heidsieck a.o.
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