Yeah, I'm going to keep rushing through this. Wouldn't you? Continuing with brief mentions of albums bought in the last year or so.
Tom T. Hall - Homecoming (1969). Oh, heck yeah. Hall's so much fun.
Mitch Hampton - Hard Listening (2014). This looks like a groovy jazz/funk album circa 1972, but it's more like an avant classical composition about listening to groovy jazz/funk albums circa 1972.
The Handsome Family - Through The Trees (1998) and Twilight (2001). Yeah, great songwriters.
Grant Hart - Good News For The Modern Man (1999). I love Hart's Husker Du songs so much, but his post-Du stuff leaves me a little cold.
Hartle Road - Hartle Road EP (2014). Top-notch Southern garage-soul band.
PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love (1995), Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea (2000), and White Chalk (2007).
Hawkwind - In Search Of Space (1971) and Quark, Strangeness and Charm (1977). I like, but I do not love.
Levon Helm - Levon Helm and the RCO All-Stars (1977) and American Son (1980). A little bland without the rest of the Band.
Kristin Hersh - Hips and Makers (1994). Almost as good as the Throwing Muses albums she was making around this time.
Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks - Original Recordings (1969). Groovy.
High On Fire - De Vermis Mysteriis (2012). Super-enjoyable.
Robyn Hitchcock - Fegmania! (1985), Gotta Let This Hen Out! (1985), Globe Of Frogs (1988), Queen Elvis (1989), Eye (1990), Perspex Island (1991), Respect (1993), You & Oblivion (1995), and Moss Elixir (1996). Man, I never regret picking up more Hitchcock albums.
The Hold Steady - Teeth Dreams (2014). My least-favorite Hold Steady release. Yawn.
Buddy Holly & The Crickets - The "Chirping" Crickets (1957). So damn great, so damn fun.
Patterson Hood - Heat Lightning Rumbles In The Distance (2012). Mr. Hood getting down-home and personal.
Husker Du - Land Speed Record (1980). Replacing a long-dead cassette.