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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by mikesr1963, May 13, 2016.
It had been ages since I heard this.
Jonathan Wilson - Dixie Blur
On ipod whilst out earlier
On ipod whilst walking to and from my mums.
Just in from a walk and these were on ipod.
I was about six and half years old when I heard this for the first time, and I always loved Elaine MacFarlanes voice and the harmonies in this song. I just found This live version and I have to say that I'm even More impressed by the power and the control she had when she was at the height of her ability:
No autotune, NO digital enhancement, just a voice showing what natural ability and practice can do,....
THAT and I am crazy for that twelve string: anyone know what it is??
My band's new EP came out today so I'm streaming it on Bandcamp right now.
Having issues with distro, it was supposed to be up on Spotify today too along with other platforms but it's not appearing there yet. Fingers crossed it's soon.
Out for a walk earlier and these were on ipod.
"... a raccoon with OCD."
Damn these guys were rocking!!!!
Just in from a walk, these were on ipod, had two really good comps, possibly podcasts, one Caribbean jazz/calypso, the other Latin music, don't know where they are online, after those finished had these three tracks. Edit, re the Johnny Cash song, I pillaged the cd collection in a library close to me, borrowed five cds a week until I'd went right through the collection then went back to the beginning and started again, was borrowing from another two libraries too. The Johnny Cash song came from an eight album boxset, I was the final person to borrow a cd from the library, all of the cds and dvds in all of the libraries were donated to the library in my cities largest prison and instead we can download three songs a week from the libraries online collection, I think, I believe we got the short end of the stick but I'm really glad I had the foresight to borrow everything which even remotely appealed, it was something like 50p per cd, if your library still has a music collection to borrow I recommend making use of it whilst you still can.
Recorded this on the telly a few weeks ago and finally got around to watching it. Overall very good, though it leans a little heavily on footage from the "Hail, Hail" film, which is good.
However, I enjoyed several of the other performances, and I was frankly blown away by his version of Memphis from the 70s in the UK (I'm guessing, based on the gear and the wardrobe). He was going all percussive and impressionistic.
An astoundingly sharp songwriter and showman.