Now in our store -
Bob Stuart CDs
Here is something you might not know about. One of our local heroes, and an old ship-and-stage-mate of mine, Bob Stuart, has lost his ability to perform these days, much to our collective sorrow.
However, he has amassed an impressive collection of his own recordings over the years, with a variety of material from traditional to contemporary and his own originals.
We are offering these CDs for sale here until he gets his own website.
I am happy to think that some of you can get to enjoy the lovely voice and the lovely man who has enriched our soundscape here for so many years.
~ Gordon Bok
a charming collection of singable lullabies and other songs to soothe and entertain your babies and grandbabies.
Bob Stuart receives 100% of sales from his CDs
Cassette Tapes: $3.00
Play of the Lady Odivere;
Order any one and receive the other titles free.
CDs for $9.99:
What a Singing There Will Be
Timberhead Music is a small publishing company and the recording label (since 1990) for the music of Gordon Bok. Although some earlier Timberhead Music albums are now out of print, all of Gordon's music is available through your favorite digital outlet. We also carry a limited selection of music by other independent artists. For Gordon's earliest work published on the Folk-Legacy label, please go to Smithsonian Folkways, who recently acquired the Folk-Legacy collection, inlcuding the Bok, Muir, and Trickett albums.
To all our UK customers and fans:
I am sorry to tell you as of Jan 2021 we are ending the shipment of all merchandise sales to the UK because of the new VAT (value added tax) requirements. Thank you very much for your patronage.
Like everyone else, I'm working from home for now, but it shouldn't disrupt anyone's need for music. I will fill orders and mail them off as long as the USPS is delivering. Stay safe, everyone!
Read a review of one of Gordon's recent concerts
Originally published by Folk-Legacy, this amazing songbook contains 44 of Gordon's early songs like Clear Away in the Morning, Turning Toward the Morning, and Peter Kagan and the Wind.. Written for guitar and voice, complete with tablature, this is a must for all Gordon Bok fans who want to learn his songs as he wrote them.
"In late March 1979, Gordon and I were on an odyssey of exploration, friendship, teaching, and learning. We tried to create a blueprint of the mystical 'business' called 'music', but in reality, you can't distill what we do down to a formula... it's more like alchemy of old, lost to time but alive in our imagining.
Two old friends are now privileged to revisit it again in our later years. As the saying goes, you had to be there... but if you weren't, you can be now."
~Bob Zentz, 2017
To order, browse the albums below by clicking on "view albums" in each category. Click "Read more" for individual album details, song lists, and samples. We accept all major credit cards, or if you prefer, you can print out an order form and send it to us with a check. If you'd like to carry any of these albums and books in your store, please contact us for wholesale prices. Thanks for supporting independent artists!
By Bill Scott
Gordon became friends with Bill Scott through correspondence, finally meeting up with him on his trip to Australia in April 2003. Timberhead Music is proud to offer the American edition of this Australian treasure, compiled by Penny Davies and Roger Ilott. Bill has written many wonderful songs about his homeland, a few of which Gordon has had the pleasure to record. This collection of songs, photos and notes, first published in Australia in 2002, is full of the heart and humor of a very special man. 56 pages.
You'll get this book free if you purchase Gordon's two songbooks One to Sing, One to Haul and Time and the Flying Snow at the same time. More »