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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by NVGator, Mar 2, 2021.
I enjoyed that. First time I’ve seen someone play a cello (?) like a guitar. Dead South brings to mind Ry Cooder, maybe in appearance and simplicity as much as in their sound.
Really enjoyed this! Harmony was very good and the instrumental combo had nice ring to it. I’ll be looking for more from them. Thanks for sharing these two groups.
That song has a little too many inappropriate words in it for my taste.
Seedy’s music taste are quite diverse to say the least. He’s all over the place.
damn, that's good stuff
@Gatordiddy Have you heard much of Mandolin Orange? Really good stuff they put out.
yes sir - I posted some of their stuff in here a year or so ago. Here’s one that I still love to listen to
This is my favorite by them-I think you may have posted this before Diddy
Yessir Coot, that was a good song telling a story of the past and present. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed hearing the mandolin among the strings and the contrast between the young lady’s soft voice and that of the man worked for my old tin ears. I remember now that @Gatordiddy had previously posted some of their work and I’m glad @NVGator brought them up again. I did a little looking and see that they are playing in Tennessee on June 5 and 6 in Pelham, just above the GA/AL line. We are contemplating a family trip to see them, as they are playing at an outdoor amphitheater, place called the Caverns. We haven’t been anywhere in a spell and this would be a chance to enjoy some good music while doing the family thing.
@cover2 - The Caverns looks like a great venue. They have a huge list of shows booked. About link
I see St. Paul & The Broken Bones will be there. Also see The Dead South will be there in October @cover2 but they are sold out. I saw them twice in 2019.
The Steeldrivers also have a date- Chris Stapleton was a member of that band at one time here's a snappy little tune
Great song. The story of where I am
I just ran across this ~ Some of my favorites doing an Austin City Limits tribute to Townes Van Zandt after his death in 1997 Guy Clark, Emmy Lou Harris, Lyle Lovett, etc, etc. Steve Earle sings Fort Worth Blues that is worth the watch whatever you may think of Steve Earle who is a self-proclaimed borderline marxist
KD Lang had great range
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