Karen Dalton ‘1966’ Review in Pitchfork (Posted By Harry)

Karen Dalton 1966' (Delmore Recordings)

Karen Dalton’s ‘1966’ Pitchfork review Karen Dalton 1966 Delmore Recordings Pitchfork 8/10 Review By Lindsay Zoladz “Picture the great American folk artists of the 1960s and 70s sitting for a group portrait; Karen Dalton’s there, but her figure’s a blur, flitting restlessly out of frame. Dalton hated recording and felt at best ambivalent about performing … Continue reading

Karen Dalton Reviews in MOJO//The Wire// The Line Of Best Fit (Posted By Harry)

Karen Dalton 1966' (Delmore Recordings)

Karen Dalton Review in MOJO// The Wire// The Line Of Best Fit MOJO Review 4 Stars 1966 Delmore Recordings “Late folk singer’s legend grows ever stronger as these 14 bewitching tracks taped in a Colorado mountain cabin in the mid- 1960s shine more light on that ancient voice. Comprehensive linear notes from MOJO’s Ben Edmonds.” … Continue reading

Karen Dalton: 4/5 in The Times (Posted By Harry)

Karen Dalton 1966' (Delmore Recordings)

Karen Dalton in The Times Karen Dalton 1966 Delmore Recordings “…A gorgeous recording from folk’s mid-Sixties golden age is rescued from the vaults. Karen Dalton was a hard-living, part-Cherokee Greenwich Village habitue, much admired by Bob Dylan, with an unforgettable voice of sandpaper, cigarettes and regret. Dalton was a reluctant star; she only made her … Continue reading

Karen Dalton is Time Out Ldn’s Track Of The Week (Posted By Harry)

Karen Dalton 1966' (Delmore Recordings)

Reason To Believe Track Of The Week Time Out London Karen Dalton// 1966// Delmore Recording Time Out London “Track from Delmore Recording Society album ‘1966’ Unique among female singers for having been praised by Bob Dylan despite not having had sex with him. Dalton is one of the great cult artists of the ’60s folk … Continue reading

Karen Dalton Reviews in Q// Uncut// Clash// The Word (Posted By Harry)

Karen Dalton 1966' (Delmore Recordings)

Karen Dalton Reviews Q/Uncut/ Clash/The Word Karen Dalton ‘1966’ (Delmore Recordings) Q Review: 4 Stars Sounds Of The Underground Written By Andy Fyfe “…Her voice and the songs… including Katie Cruel, traditional tunes plus others by Fred Neil, Billie Holiday and Tim Hardin – sound as ancient as the mountains surrounding the Colorado cabin they … Continue reading

Tiny Ruins 4 Star Album Review in MOJO (Posted By Harry)

Tiny Ruins- Some Were Meant For Sea

Some Were Meant For Sea gets 4 Stars in MOJO Tiny Ruins Some Were Meant For Sea (Woo Me!) “There’s not a lot to the debut album by Bristol-born, New Zealand-raised Tiny Ruins, aka Holly Fullbrook, but that’s the whole point. Sounding like it was recorded in a vacuum with just Fullbrook and her guitar-plus … Continue reading