Very highly recommended compilation of super-rare self-released private press and little label s US female folk! This is our favourite release from the ever-excellent Numero label! Truly beautiful, haunting, mellow, bittersweet, tranquil music that fills your life with sunshine and clears your mind like a good massage! As ever with the Numero label, this is wonderfully packaged with loads of photos and extensive sleeve notes. Everything items.
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Latest from Chicago-based Numero Group focuses on Joni Mitchell-influenced coffeehouse folk, mostly recorded during the first half of the s. Released in , Joni Mitchell's third album Ladies of the Canyon was a crucial document of the gradual segue of the tradition-based folk revival into a new movement of breezy, more introspective singer-songwriters. And while Mitchell obviously doesn't bear sole responsibility for creating the archetype of the long-haired, coffeehouse folk chanteuse, there is no question that her success quickly inspired hundreds of similarly reflective young female songwriters to pick up their acoustic guitars and join in quixotic pursuit of lucrative recording careers. As a result, the following years witnessed a deluge of regionally produced and distributed folk albums-- the vast majority of which eventually found their way to family basements and Salvation Army stores, as their winsome authors returned unceremoniously to quiet obscurity. Now, in order to better demonstrate the breadth of this movement and the astonishing reach of Mitchell's influence, the inveterate crate-diggers of the Numero Group present Wayfaring Strangers: Ladies From the Canyon. Diligently researched and compiled with the label's characteristic attention to detail, the collection gathers 14 impossibly rare tracks by female folkies from every corner of the nation, covering an era which spans roughly from
With the resurgence of interest in folk music it's hardly surprising to see countless compilations showing up week after week, but compilations this moving and this important are rarely chanced upon. This disc puts together the lesser heard folk tracks, songs recorded by artists who weren't sponsored by major label money, artists who simply made music because they were desperate to make music, artists free from poisonous delusions of grandeur. You will likely not have come across one of the fourteen ladies on this disc, but each one has a distinct voice and will have you aching for more - that's the power of this unique compilation.