The Jayhawks – Blue Earth

Second album (1989) from alt.country trailblazers, with three bonus tracks

Isaac Hayes – At Wattstax

Black Moses meets his people at commercial and creative peak

Led Zeppelin – How The West Was Won

Live in LA with the occult metal gods at the peak of their mid-'70s powers

Martha And The Muffins – Metro Music

Smartarse new-wave Canucks re-release sprightly electro-punk debut

Marc Carroll – All Wrongs Reversed

On-the-up Irishman offers lost songs and rarities

Gob’s Gift

Punk compilation selected by Sniffin' Glue editor Mark Perry

“Let Us Not Talk Falsely Now…”

Gripping spoken-word companion piece to those classic Dylan albums of the '60s

Nightmares On Wax – Scratch Perverts

British trip hoppers curate latest editions of successful compilation series

You Am I – No, After You Sir: An Introduction To You Am I

Long overdue retrospective of cult Aussie combo led by Tim Rogers

JJ Cale – In Session

Belated release of 1979 live session
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