Discussion in 'Music and Recordings' started by ultrabike, Aug 26, 2018.
Absolutely love this song from FOXTROTT, a chronically under-rated Canadian artist
And Shaky Hands is great too
Song starts at 0:14. Starts out with excellent 60’s 70’s era singing
my fav recording of Don Giovanni
Finally, new Silk Sonic.
This Phosphorescent BBC Sessions ep is pretty good,
Song for Zula
Thanks for posting this. I had no idea how good he could be acoustic.
Oh yeah, man.. I once saw him at an unofficial SXSW show in this local Austin musician Redding Hunter’s apartment living room. Just him and an acoustic guitar. It was absolutely stunning. There were a lot of artists there doing similar performances including Marissa Nadler (if I recall correctly) and St. Vincent right before her first album came out but no one demanded the audience attention with their performance that day like Matthew Houck. This was sometime after the Aw Come Aw Wry album and he mostly performed songs form that.
I'm always on the lookout for good guitarists...like Joe Robinson. The solo after he sings (~1"20''') is pretty amazing:
My brother had this exact same guitar at one time (same color, too), but sold it. I miss that axe...
Last song for the night...
ever listen to Joshua Hedley?
Just did for the first time thanks to your recommendation. Definitely more polished and flowery than the simple nature of Charley Crockett. I think Colter Wall stands somewhere between these two.
yeah, Hedley is definitely like an unapologetic Marty Robbins throwback but with some nice modern lyrical twists. I like this track you just posted. Definitely some bluegrass/appalachia sound in there.
Slowdive side project
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