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Eddie Graham commented on Joe Lepper's blog post 'Various – Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain’s Visionary Music'
"Hello Joe I agree with all of your comments and I share your disappointment that there is no Talk Talk featured on the album. Nevertheless it is a fine book and great collection of music. May I also suggest you might like to check out a 4 CD box set…"
Aug 22, 2012
Eddie Graham posted a blog post

CD Review - Little Feat "Rooster Rag"

Incredibly it's been a full nine years since the last album of new original material from Little Feat. Admittedly they followed 2003's 'Kickin' at the Barn' with 'Join The Band' in 2008 but that was something of a stop gap being a trawl through their back catalogue with a host of guest vocalists and musicians. Now they've released 'Rooster Rag' which features mainly original songs and happens to be…See More
Aug 21, 2012
Eddie Graham commented on Jonathan Sanders's blog post 'ALBUM REVIEW - Anaïs Mitchell - "Young Man in America"'
"Nice review. Thanks. I became hooked on Anais through 'Young Man' and have since delved into her back catalogue. What a superb talent she is. Part of me wants her to achieve the success she so thoroughly deserves but this might mean that…"
Jun 15, 2012
Eddie Graham posted a blog post

Anais Mitchell & The Young Man Band at The Cluny 2, Newcastle Upon Tyne

On Sunday 10th June I visited the intimate setting of Cluny 2 in Newcastle upon Tyne. After fine support from O’Hooley and Tidow, Anais Mitchell and her three piece Young Man Band took to the stage without any introduction and immediately began strumming the opening chords to 'Ships', the hauntingly beautiful closing song from 'Young Man In America'.I firmly believe that her songs are strong enough to be performed solo with just acoustic guitar accompaniment but nevertheless I was pleased that…See More
Jun 11, 2012
Eddie Graham posted a blog post

Anais Mitchell - Young Man in America

I am currently listening to the album 'Young Man in America' by Anais Mitchell the Vermont born singer songwriter who gained something of a cult following with her previous release, the folk-opera, 'Hadestown'.First, I will get out of the way the subject of her voice which is fairly unique but to my ears falls somewhere between Joanna Newsom and Laura Viers with shades of Rickie Lee Jones. I admit that her voice will not be to everyone's taste BUT I implore you to stick with it. Believe me when…See More
May 28, 2012
John Graveling commented on Eddie Graham's blog post 'Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne'
"Saw them last night in Oxford. Great band but the bass player is Brad Fordham."
Apr 20, 2012
Bill Kuhn commented on Eddie Graham's blog post 'Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne'
"The guitarist is 'All killer, no filler' Chris Miller. He's played with Dave in a number of combinations over the years. So glad to see my friends on the other side of the pond finally getting their chance to see one of my faves."
Apr 16, 2012
Jack commented on Eddie Graham's blog post 'Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne'
"Drum solos are fine so long as not followed by bass solos. "
Apr 16, 2012
L A Johnson commented on Eddie Graham's blog post 'Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne'
"Great review - going to see the GREAT man in London later this week. I've paid almost £80 to see Neil Young, CSN et al in recent times - you skipped over his CV a little ALL HIS RECORDS ARE UP SUPERB."
Apr 15, 2012
Eddie Graham posted a blog post

Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne

On Friday 13th April 2012 I took advantage of the rare opportunity to enjoy Dave Alvin & The Guilty Ones at The Cluny, a small music venue on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne. I say a rare opportunity because Alvin is an infrequent visitor to these shores (his last visit was six years ago) and by his own admission he has never before performed in Newcastle.Our evening started in the Cumberland in Byker with a couple of pints of Dognobbler, a Wylam ale we had discovered in the Lion &…See More
Apr 15, 2012
Eddie Graham is now a member of No Depression Americana and Roots Music
Apr 14, 2012

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CD Review - Little Feat "Rooster Rag"

Incredibly it's been a full nine years since the last album of new original material from Little Feat. Admittedly they followed 2003's 'Kickin' at the Barn' with 'Join The Band' in 2008 but that was something of a stop gap being a trawl through their back catalogue with a host of guest vocalists and musicians. Now they've released 'Rooster Rag' which features mainly original songs and…

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Posted on August 21, 2012 at 10:30am

Anais Mitchell & The Young Man Band at The Cluny 2, Newcastle Upon Tyne

On Sunday 10th June I visited the intimate setting of Cluny 2 in Newcastle upon Tyne. After fine support from O’Hooley and Tidow, Anais Mitchell and her three piece Young Man Band took to the stage without any introduction and immediately began strumming the opening chords to 'Ships', the hauntingly beautiful closing song from 'Young Man In America'.

I firmly believe that her songs are strong enough to be performed solo with just acoustic guitar accompaniment but…

Continue

Posted on June 11, 2012 at 3:00am

Anais Mitchell - Young Man in America

I am currently listening to the album 'Young Man in America' by Anais Mitchell the Vermont born singer songwriter who gained something of a cult following with her previous release, the folk-opera, 'Hadestown'.

First, I will get out of the way the subject of her voice which is fairly unique but to my ears falls somewhere between Joanna Newsom and Laura Viers with shades of Rickie Lee Jones. I admit that her voice will not be to everyone's taste BUT I implore you to stick with it.…

Continue

Posted on May 28, 2012 at 8:30am

Dave Alvin at The Cluny, Newcastle upon Tyne

On Friday 13th April 2012 I took advantage of the rare opportunity to enjoy Dave Alvin & The Guilty Ones at The Cluny, a small music venue on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne. I say a rare opportunity because Alvin is an infrequent visitor to these shores (his last visit was six years ago) and by his own admission he has never before performed in Newcastle.

Our evening started in the Cumberland in Byker with a couple of pints of Dognobbler, a Wylam ale we had…

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Posted on April 15, 2012 at 5:30am — 4 Comments

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