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Music, art or nonsense?
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Michelle Shocked has released a silent album: Inaudible Woman. You can buy the tracks here. Yep, it's been done before…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rudyjeep 6 hours ago.

Ear worms - songs you hate but you still know all the words!
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Post your poison. Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ms H Apr 7.

Live gigs: How short is too short?
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I saw an artist I enjoy last week and he was in an unusually chatty mood (he mumbled between songs).  He played a one hour set, left the stage and the house lights and music came on almost…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ms H Oct 22, 2013.

The most popular critically acclaimed band(s) that is not in your collection?
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Beach Boys and Pink FloydContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by steviedal Sep 17, 2013.

 

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Rudyjeep replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"I think this album will be my justification for spending $300 (or is it $3,000?) on Neil Young's P0no (or is it Porno?).  But I do agree with you Stevie....Short Sharp Shocked and Arkansas Traveler are both noteworthy. "
6 hours ago
Hal Bogerd replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"Todd Snider from  "Talking Seattle Grunge Rock Blues" "now to fit in on the Seattle scene you've gotta do somethin' they ain't never seen so thinkin' up a gimmick one day we decided to be the only band that…"
6 hours ago
Hal Bogerd commented on Sad Songs Keep The Devil Away's blog post 'Michael Rank and Stag - Deadstock (Album Review)'
"Here are many more videos (courtesy Trickle Down Productions) from a house concert I attended: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0zIFKbjYyJPkQb8TZRgeePH5FOPZUE_p"
8 hours ago
Hal Bogerd commented on Sad Songs Keep The Devil Away's blog post 'Michael Rank and Stag - Deadstock (Album Review)'
"You might enjoy this video. I live in NC and get to see Michael play quite often.  I liked SOP. I love the stuff he's done on his last four albums. "
8 hours ago
Hal Bogerd commented on Jay Minkin's blog post 'New Album from John Fullbright Is an All-Star Selection'
"Thanks Jay. I need to dig it out and give it another listen."
8 hours ago
steviedal replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"On a more serious note . i can't say i kept up with her career but Michelle's album "Short Sharp Shocked" was an absolute beauty and still holds up today , i was playing it just last week , classic. Maybe she can start a whole…"
10 hours ago
steviedal replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"Finally , a few tunes i can manage on guitar !  Look out for my tribute show , coming soon."
10 hours ago
Brendan Cooke replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"I got the FLAC files rather than MP3 files...sounds so much better! "
12 hours ago
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Music, art or nonsense?

Michelle Shocked has released a silent album: Inaudible Woman. You can buy the tracks here. Yep, it's been done before (JohnCage   4'33"). Take a listen and tell me what you think!I haven't listened to the album but I think it might sound like the last gasps of a fading career.See More
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Jack replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"Or the sinuses."
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Hal Bogerd replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"That's true Rudyjeep. "Inaudible Women" won't clear the room if you play it."
13 hours ago
Rudyjeep replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"That's unfair Jack.  This album is much better than Yoko's "Approximately Infinite Universe". "
16 hours ago
Hal Bogerd commented on modernacoustic's blog post 'What Happens When a Band on the Rise Finds Out Its Name Is an Obscure Racial Stereotype? Meet Parsonsfield (Formerly Poor Old Shine).'
"I have to respectfully disagree. If it is a racial slur it is racial slur (confession-it was news to me). Would any folk singer attempt to sing  the lyrics if they were "Captain don't you do me like you done poor old (insert n word…"
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Jack replied to Hal Bogerd's discussion 'Music, art or nonsense?'
"Yoko Ono, we're looking at you."
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Hal Bogerd commented on modernacoustic's blog post 'What Happens When a Band on the Rise Finds Out Its Name Is an Obscure Racial Stereotype? Meet Parsonsfield (Formerly Poor Old Shine).'
"If "Poor Old Shine" is offensive as a band name why isn't it offensive to sing the song that includes the lyrics. And WWLD?  (What would Ledbelly do?)"
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Celebrating 40 Years of Schoolkids Records: An Interview with Owner Stephen Judge

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Watergate. That's not really anything to celebrate, it's not an accomplishment, and what's that got to do with music? Nothing. It simply marks the inevitable passage of time. But, 2014 also marks the 40th anniversary of Raleigh, N.C.'s Schoolkids Records, which is an accomplishment and is definitely something worth celebrating.iTunes and streaming have cut into record sales and, due to…See More
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Celebrating 40 Years of Schoolkids Records: An Interview with Owner Stephen Judge

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Watergate. That's not really anything to celebrate, it's not an accomplishment, and what's that got to do with music? Nothing. It simply marks the inevitable passage of time. But, 2014 also marks the 40th anniversary of Raleigh, N.C.'s Schoolkids Records, which is an accomplishment and is definitely something worth celebrating.

iTunes and streaming have cut into record…

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Posted on July 27, 2014 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

The Backsliders' Raleighwood (EP Review and an Interview)

The Backsliders, Raleigh's royalty of hard-core honky tonk, are back with their first new material in 15 years. The band reformed in 2012 and the release of Hicktopia last year (long-lost recordings from 1999's Southern Lines) whet the appetite of long-time fans and left them hoping for some…

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Posted on July 12, 2014 at 8:30pm — 1 Comment

Michael Rank's Deadstock (Review and Interview)

Deadstock (Louds Hymn) continues to explore the path and pathos forged on the three previous albums from Michael Rank and Stag (KIN, In The Weeds, and Mermaids). As Rank continues along his dusty rural road of alternative Appalachian music, he’s slowly and literally shedding what can’t be easily carried to…

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Posted on June 22, 2014 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

Eric Brace talks about Hangtown Dancehall (Interview)

Hangtown Dancehall (Red Beet Records) might have been called a concept album forty years ago but "folk opera"--Eric Brace's phrase--is a better, more accurate description. Set in the1850s in California, Hangtown Dancehall is as authentic, as Americana, as it gets. Eric and Karl Straub created the saga, at least partially inspired by a song from that…

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Posted on May 27, 2014 at 7:30pm — 2 Comments

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At 10:16am on November 21, 2013, Dennis Nyman said…

Hal, I'm not sure what this means to have accepted you as a "friend." Does this mean we can email each other directly? This request to be accepted as a friend  came with the announcement that Tonio K. agreed to do an interview with you for No Depression. Do you know when that's going to happen?

At 4:35am on July 10, 2013, Patrick Barnes said…

Thanks for the kind words.

At 6:49pm on February 7, 2013, Jess Hoeffner said…
Wow, thanks so much, Hal! Much appreciated. The interview you did for us last time was really huge for us, so I'm so psyched you're willing to give our new album a listen. Yes, if you can shoot me your address I'll send you a CD or if you prefer, a flash drive with our mp3s and album artwork.

Thanks again for your support. It really means a lot.

All the best,
Jess
At 7:15am on December 6, 2012, NoDepression said…

Hi Hal,

Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your recent comment on a Kim's post about this year's Americana nominees at the Grammys here on No Depression. It means a lot to the folks who blog and post other content here to know that it's being noticed and appreciated. Since the majority of content on this site is crowd-sourced, community involvement is what makes everything here on ND possible. So, thanks again for taking the time to post comments - we really appreciate it!

- Lucca at No Depression

At 6:02pm on May 1, 2012, Rachel C said…

I've heard Sons of Bill before...now I'm motivated to pay them some more attention. :)

At 5:51pm on May 1, 2012, Rachel C said…

Thanks for the music tip! Love that song! :) (Even though I, too, have an apartment in the ghetto that my mamma bought me. Looking forward to paying the bills soon, though...)

At 9:32am on February 8, 2012, Leslie Krafka said…

I do have a CD out...called The White Cat Sessions.  I recorded it at Jack's White Cat Studio.  I have all 13 tracks uploaded to my page here on No Depression.  You're lucky you have that trio album of Shake, Jack and Dana...it's long since been out of print.  cya

 

At 7:15am on February 8, 2012, Leslie Krafka said…

Hi Hal,

No I can't say I've ever seen Herschel.  Do you remember The Shake Russell Band from that era in Houston?  He was extremely popular at that time.  My producer, Jack Saunders, was then his bass player and they later became duo partners.  I'll check around for Herschel...good to meet you.

At 9:34am on December 31, 2011, Larabee said…

Thanks Hal.  I released the EP in March 2011.  I was lucky enough to have some folks pay attention to it and was featured in a piece on ND - 

http://www.nodepression.com/profiles/blogs/larabee-keystone-state-twang

I'll keep you posted on new stuff as it becomes available. 

Of course, I'm no Linda Chorney :)

At 7:47am on December 31, 2011, Jack said…

Hal,

      Happy to, but again?

Jack

 
 
 

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