Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Sunday, March 27, 2011
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
I guested on the Simple Folk Radio show this week and brought along this CD's worth of cool music. We didn't get to play all of it, so I thought I'd make it available for a little while as a mixtape to download. Lots of nice sounds, with a leaning towards some present relevance via Townes Van Zandt covers (we put on a Townes' tribute night earlier in the week), Withered Hand's ode to Providence, Rhode Island (he's been denied a US visa to play at SXSW as we speak) and some March Rain (thanks to Michael Chapman, who's playing in Brighton later this month).15 tracks by 15 artists. 60 minutes of musical excellence. Enjoy.
Andy Gaines - the more things change from the free EP on the little num num labelPacific Ocean Fire - You are not needed now (Townes Van Zandt cover)Reverend Charlie Jackson - God's got itWithered Hand - Providence support Dan's attempt to tour the USAMonoganon - Monomania from new free album on the winning sperm party label
Michael Chapman - March Rain playing Brighton shortlyThis is Deer Country - Small Game from their 2010 album What wandering heartPhosphorescent - Why she's acting this way (Townes Van Zandt cover)Abigail Washburn - Kangding Qingge (Old Timey Dance Party) websiteWailing Wall - Hospital Blossom from album currently free to download from jdub recordsBob Dylan - Baby let me follow you down this year being the 50th anniversary of Bob's 1st LPJosiah Wolf and Liz Hodson - Let the Mermaids Flirt with Me (Mississippi John Hurt cover)Salter Cane - Sorrow from the album of the same name
Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Dominique Noiret and Jamie Tweddell playing Townes Van Zandt's Rex's Blues, just one highlight of a very fine evening of music in celebration of the life and songs of one of America's greatest songwriters on the occasion of what would have been his 67th birthday.
If you don't know Townes, here's another of his finest songs:
Monday, March 07, 2011
New photos on film.
mp3 Stealing Sheep - Hole in the water (via das klienicum)
Testing the Olympus Trip 35, seems it works well in bright sunlight but not on automatic in shade, I like this one.
File under #notDavidBailey