Timberhead Music is a small publishing company that primarily produces the written and recorded music of Gordon Bok. Over the years, we have also published a few works of other poets and musicians. In addition, we carry all of Gordon's earlier Folk Legacy recordings, plus a sampling of music from friends and associates including all of the Bok, Muir, and Trickett recordings.
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Gordon's lastest release
Gordonís adaptation of the epic Scottish ballad will enchant and enthrall you with its timeless themes of love, betrayal, and adventure.
Originally released on cassette as the Play of the Lady Odivere.
Cassette tape special! Order any two cassettes and receive the other titles on cassette free.
Titles available on cassette:
February Tapes I; Play of the Lady Odivere;
Cold as a Dog and the Wind Northeast
LAST ONE LEFT CD SALE!
Leave the Cake in the Mailbox;
Under the Sky; Seagulls and Summer People
Pick up the last available of the following titles for only $9.99:
So Goes My Heart; Notes From Across the Sea;
What a Singing There Will Be
; Ballads Thrice Twisted
45 Miles From Nowhere; Hat Trick
Follow Me Down; My Irish Soul
Irish Songs of Old New England
Harbors of Home and Gordon Bok: In Concert, and Apples in the Basket are now officially out of print and available in digital format only. Over the course of the next year, several other CDs on the Timberhead label will be going out of print. We will keep updating you when this happens. Remember all the music on the Timberhead label is available through your favorite digital outlet.
To order, view the albums listed below or use our Artist Search to the left to see all the albums for each individual artist, then select a purhase link. Click "Read more" for 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!
Bury the Blackbird Here
By J.B. Goodenough
For years, poet Judy Goodenough traded poems, songs and inspiration with Gordon. Before she died, she asked Gordon to publish her last book of poetry. Not afraid to tell it like it is, her poems are rural New England, as raw as the granite hills. Sometimes eerie, often humorous, Gordon says, "No one could snap my literary garters like she could." More »