The Karen Dalton Archives Box
This wonderful set is a graet tribute to the mysterious and influential Greenwich village folk-blues singer, guitarist, and banjo player.
This boxset comes packaged in a AMPEX STUDIO TAPE STYLE CARDBOARD BOX and consists of 3lp's, 4cd's, a 52-page book, dvd, and download. for the first-time ever on Vinyl included is the 1962 double live album 'Cotton Eyed Joe' and the 1963 home recordings album 'Green Rocky Road' – both remastered. There is also a 52 PAGE BOOK to get your teeth in to, with scans from the KAREN DALTON PERSONAL ARCHIVES (writings, photographs, memos) disclosed for the first time. The DVD features a film interview of Greenwich Village Folklore Center founder (1957-1973) Izzy Young by Megaphone label's Stéphane Bismuth about the Greenwich Village Folk Scene and Karen Dalton. “The set captures a side of Dalton that her original releases never could. Such a personal statement…an invaluable treasure" 8/10 - Pitchfork