|1||–Dwight Yoakam||Mystery Train|
|2||–Phil Cunningham & Gary Peterson||Jean's Reel/The Moving Cloud|
|3||–Kathryn Tickell||A B Hornpipe/Mrs Bolowski's|
|4||–Steve Phillips||Broke Down And Hungry|
|5||–Pa Jobarteh||Masane Silse|
|6||–Orchestra Baobab||Utru Horas|
|7||–Jonah Moyo & Devera Ngwena||Solo Na Mutsa|
|8||–Ted Hawkins & Billy Bragg||Cold And Bitter Tears|
|9||–Makgona Tsohle Band||Duba Duba|
|10||–Jim Ford||Harlan Country|
|11||–Barrence Whitfield & The Savages||Walkin' With Barrence|
|12||–S E Rogie||Twist With The Morningstars|
|SPM 1009||Various||Great Moments Of Vinyl History (LP, Comp)||Special Delivery||SPM 1009||UK||1988|
(P) BBC 1988
Duplicated in real time onto BASF Chromedioxid 11 tape
(C) Topic Records 1988
Recording info about each track
Compiled by Andy Kershaw
My comment: Andy Kershaw has a program at BBC Radio One.
Some of the tracks are field recordings made from the 1960'ties by him or other people working at BBC.
A1 is taken from a LP not published in UK.
A2 is recorded in Sierra Leone in the 1960's.
A3 is recorded by Andy Kershaw on a walkman in Shetland 1987
A4 is recorded at Leeds University 1986
A5 is recorded for this compilation
A6 is taken from their first LP
B1 is taken from his LP released in 1969
B2 is taken from import LP "Mathaka"
B3 is recorded by Andy Kershaw on a walkman in Gambia
B4 is recorded live on BBC Radio One in 1986
B5 is recorded live on BBC Radio One in 1987
B6 is recorded by Andy Kershaw on a walkman in Leeds 1986
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