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Randomly Getting More Into Folk Jamz

Have always appreciated some acoustic/folky jamz, but my appreciation for American Primitive and Indie Folk is in full effect lately. Wrote an entire album of mathy folky emo bs (recording v soon) over quarantine and am looking for more essential recs.
1John Fahey
Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)

Huge influence and his story/the doc about him are v intriguing
2John Fahey
The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death
3Pygmy Lush
Mount Hope

Was one of the first "folk" type albums I loved, a classic in my ears
4Kurt Vile
Smoke Ring For My Halo

The other beginning of my interest
5Peter Lang
The Thing at the Nursery Room Window

Insane playing
6Mutual Benefit
Love's Crushing Diamond

Sick melancholic indie type folk
I do perceive.

Mike Kinsella always killing it
8Bright Eyes
Letting Off the Happiness

Always expected BE to be more cringey (and it still is) but am starting to have an appreciation for his shit
9Giles Corey
Giles Corey

The saddest of folk jamz
10Leo Kottke
6 and 12 String Guitar

A Classic
11Jack Rose
Kensington Blues

Really great more "modern" classic sounding album/playing
12The Tallest Man on Earth
The Tallest Man on Earth

Dude is just quality
13Cory Hanson
The Unborn Capitalist From Limbo

Such an underappreciated almost classic, better than any of Wand's output
14Attack in Black

Not quite like the rest, but a huge influence and would appreciate any similar recs
15Neil Young
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

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