Get a taste of the old and the new - For a limited time, get the LP version of Peter Walker's Rainy Day Ragga and the CD version of Spanish Guitar together for one low price. They are only pressed this way. We do not have LP's of spanish guitar or cd's of rainy day ragga. Sorry!

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“A southern girl with a ghostly voice, Frazer spent a while fronting Tarnation, a band whose '95 Gentle Creatures (on 4AD) is a lost classic of ethereal folk-rock.” –- Entertainment Weekly

"Paula Frazer and Tarnation's Now It's Time is pretty much a perfect record. After Frazer's solo outing, she has returned to Tarnation to create yet another work of psychedelic alt-country." -- Abby White, Performing Songwriter

"Frazer writes lovely, melancholy love songs cloaked in mystery and reverb, and that distinctive voice is still enchanting, especially when she fully embraces the sade thing on the lover's valediction “August's Song” and the wistful “Sleeping Dreams” with its ghostly pedal steel and mournful harmonies." -- Steve Klinge/Harp (March April) "Paula Frazer's voice is pure bliss... Leave The Sad Things Behind is the name of her album, and it sounds like she did…all over these 10 amazing tracks. Brilliant." -- Performing Songwriter (Nov 2005)

"[Paula's voice] has what a lot of singers' lack, namely range: It combines the guileless, bracing alto clarity of Patsy Cline, the mournful wail of Roy Orbison, and the crisp Appalachian austerity of the Carter Family. Add that to Frazer's poised songcraft, which evokes the grim territories of Nicks Drake and fine a soundtrack for disconsolate, haunted contemplation as one is likely to find." -- SF Weekly

" ...a voice both tender and vulnerable, and she can hit notes that would've made Roy Orbison jealous.... Frazer emotes a heartfelt pathos and palpable sense of loss...that can choke me up like no other singer can, with the possible exception of Willie Nelson. If you're the crying kind, bring your hankie, and maybe a dozen red roses for Frazer – she deserves them more than any overblown opera diva does." -- San Francisco Bay Guardian

"Frazer's voice has the grande-dame grandeur of Oum Kalthoum, the Southern-belle chime of Patsy Cline, and the rococo phrasing of Joan Baez.” -- Spin Magazine