|Ten to get things started (just alphabetical order).|
|The Mountain Goats - We Shall All Be Healed, The Sunset Tree, Get Lonely|
Jim Bryson and The Weakerthans - The Falcon Lake Incident
Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left
Tom McRae - Just Like Blood
|Frontier ruckus - Deadmalls and Nightfalls|
Tigers on trains - Grandfather
|David thomas Broughton's discography is solid|
complete guide to insuffiency is a good starting point/ his best
|I got a bunch of sweet folk recs in a list the other day you should check it out|
|mmm, already liking Frontier Ruckus and David Tomas Broughton (this fella has a haunting voice). I still need to keep on digging through these other recs... With these--plus bungy's list--I have an easy way to waste an afternoon. That may be bad; I need to do some busywork first.|
|Nick Drake - Pink moon|
The goner - Behold a new traveller
Comus - First utterance
Sol invictus - In the rain
Neun welten - Vergessene Pfade
Rome - Nera
Ulver - Kveldssanger
Trobar de morte - Fairydust (sounds more medieval but you could always give it a try)
Joanna Newsom - Ys
|Liam the Younger- Revel Hidden Worlds|
more folk-rock on this album, but i am DAMN DETERMINED TO HAVE MORE PEOPLE EXPERIENCE THIS MASTERPIECE
also anything by john martyn and joni mitchell. they'll help you appreciate the genre moar
|The Tallest Man On Earth-Discography|
Leonard Cohen-Songs Of Leonard Cohen
Nick Drake-Five Leaves Left
|Vanderb0b, check that goner album too, you might like it.|
|The Dodos-Visiter, kinda folkish |
I do have/love the entire TTMOE discography. Anything I listed, I have the disco. of each.
This singer is Tallest Man-esque. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVoaQFY5XYk
|You desperately need Leonard Cohen|
|Steve Von Till|
Didn't notice TTMOE in your list while rec'ing, my bad. Checked out the band that in your link and they're good, but I prefer TTMOE by quite a bit.
I listened to a few of goner's songs, and I enjoyed it quite a bit. I'll definitely look into their discography.
|um you don't have |
Neutral Milk Hotel- In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
rated...if you have never heard it everyone who has would advise you to get it clear your schedule and listen to it until you love it more than you have ever loved before (it will happen)
I only stumbled across The Cave Singers because they opened for a show recently...they're enjoyable but they definitely don't have the immediate charming roughness that I found with TTMOE.
haha, it has already happened. I just haven't rated it.