I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight
Wreck On The Highway
I Saw The Light
I Don’t Wanna Play House
Very early, very nice Emmylou via Infinite Fool, with covers of Bob Dylan, David Bromberg, Hank Williams and Townes Van Zandt, among others. Even though her well-known cover of “Pancho & Lefty” was still a few years away, pretty cool that Emmylou was an early Townes adopter.
Wilco & Fleet Foxes (Bob Dylan Cover) // I Shall Be Released (Live)
I picked this up based on its description: “medieval folk” from 1970. The intricate and melodious picking of the Amazing Blondel, Eddie Baird, John Gladwin, and Terry Wincott, do not disappoint! Their music was based on renaissance forms, in theory, and they did use period instruments such as lutes, crumhorns, cittern, and Theorbo. Here is the track “Pavan” from their album Evensong. Island Records 1970.
Instrumental // Elliott Smith (Satyricon, Portland 10-14-99)
Buffalo Springfield - Expecting to Fly
I Don’t Think I’m Ever Gonna Figure It Out- Elliott Smith