World´s Rarest Birds: Erik Hirschfeld
World´s Rarest Birds: Erik Hirschfeld/ Andy Swash/ Robert Still
The Race to Save the World´s Rarest Bird:The Discovery and Death of the Po´ouli Alvin Powell
Spix´s Macaw: The Race to Save the World´s Rarest Bird (Text Only): Tony Juniper
(2000/Rollercoaster) 24 tracks, 1965-1966, with 24 page booklet! Rare digipack!
Deluxe Limited Edition, 10 Brand New Songs, Includes 60-Page Bound Notebook With 28 Rare, Vintage International Magazine Covers Featuring Bob Dylan, Created Exclusively For This Package.
(2015/Klondike) 9 tracks, digitally remastered ´´Nobody know—and I mean nobody—has covered more ground and made more frien s and sung more songs than the fellow you´re about to meet right now. He´s got a song and a friend for every mile behind him. Say hello to my good buddy, Ramblin´´ Jack Elliott.´´ Johnny Cash, The Johnny Cash Television Show, 1969. It´s an endearment that has stuck close to the iconic Jack Elliott throughout his career and ten years later, we find the original ramblin´ troubadour on the receiving end of yet further applause at the legendary Keystone Palo Alto. Before the onset of Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, the Beatles or Led Zeppelin, Ramblin´ Jack Elliott had picked it up and passed it along. From Johnny Cash to Tom Waits and Bonnie Raitt, the queuing icons all pay homage to Elliott, the greatest living, ramblin´ troubadour who carries the seeds of story and song from one generation to the next. This performance allows another invaluable insight into not only his musical career, but also his life and it would be impossible to imagine anyone not wanting to share in it. Klondike proudly presents the entire, original KFAT-FM broadcast of Ramblin´ Jack Elliott´s performance at the Keystone Club, Palo Alto, CA from 12´´ November 1979. Professionally re-mastered original FM broadcast with background liners and rare archival photos. A rare delight for fans of real roots music!