The Museum of Art, Music & Word (est. 2017)
Head Curator: Roberto Arredondo
Various Artists ~ 1975 Kerrville Folk Festival, 1975 original PSG 2LP + booklet, $400 + S / H
1975 original PSG Recordings 2LP pressing #PSG NO. 68, Limited Edition of only 1,000 copies, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, shelf wear, 8-page booklet M-, vinyls M-, NO scratches, play excellent. Recorded live May 22 - 25, 1975 at Quiet Valley Ranch, Kerrville, Texas.
Various Artists ~ Sampler 2006 Kerrville Folk Festival, 2006 original private pressing CD, $150 + S / H
2006 original Texas Folk Music Foundation / Kerrville Folk Festival CD pressing, cover & disc M-, NO scratches on disc, all tracks recorded live at The Kerrville Folk Festival, Quiet Valley Ranch, Kerrville, Texas, in 2005 & 2006.
1977 original PSG Recordings LP #PSG-77, cover VG, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, some ripping on top seam, vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with minimal surface noise. Recorded live May 26 - 29, 1977 at Quiet Valley Ranch, Kerrville, Texas. On track 2, Side 1, Willie Nelson is playing 2nd guitar (uncredited) as Steven Fromholz namechecks him onstage! Limited Edition pressing of only 1,000 copies!
Kerrville Folk Festival 1977, 1977 original Limited Edition pressing LP, No Longer Available
1999 original Silverwolf Recordings CD pressing #SWKCD 1016, recorded live at The Kerrville Folk Festival in Kerrville, Texas from 1972 to 1992.
Various Artists ~ Blues at Kerrville, 1999 original Silverwolf CD, $50 + S / H
Kenneth Threadgill ~ Yesterday & Today, 1975 original signed PSG LP, $500 + S / H
1975 original PSG Recordings Limited Edition LP pressing No. 54, cover M-, NO seam or spine splits, NO cut-out markings, NO ring-wear, signed & dated "Kenneth Threadgill 5 - 31 -75", vinyl M-, NO scratches, plays excellent with minimal surface noise. Recorded live at KHFI-TV Studios, Austin, Texas in 1966; at PSG Recording Studios, Austin, Texas in 1969; at Austin Municipal Auditorium, October 24, 1974 (with The Earl Scruggs Revue & Michael Murphey on piano); at the Kerrville Folk Festivals of 1973 & 1974, and at Shaky's Pizza Parlor, Austin, Texas, in 1974. This is the man that helpedstart Janis Joplin's singing career!