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RP N10 replied to T Hanssen's discussion 'What is your favorite album this week?'
"JessicaLea Mayfield - Make My Head Sing"
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RP N10 replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'The Poet Laureate of Alt. Country?'
"Good question. I suppose the Laureate bit requires achievement over time. Finding a Poet Laureate is ok as they're a poet or not. Having one for alt-country might open up the Genre Wars big time unt ND winds up like the mediaeval Catholic…"
RP N10 replied to Randy Brown's discussion 'What Are You Listening To?'
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RP N10 commented on Henry carrigan's blog post 'Linda Ronstadt – Duets (Album Review)'
RP N10 replied to Randy Brown's discussion 'What Are You Listening To?'
"I had that album on permanent rotation in the car in the early 1990s. Always slightly nonplussed by the lyric change in Clare To Here but there isn't a duff track on it. Even the running order couldn't be better."
RP N10 commented on Paul K Goode's video

Bonnie Bishop - Calling On Angels (2014)

"This is a good one of Bonnie's. Underrated / not well enough known"
Apr 16
RP N10 commented on Michael Bialas's blog post 'St. Vincent in Concert: As Performance Artist, Annie Clark Shows Her True Colors'
"Interesting review and perspective. I think her record was one of the early highlights of 2014 and her show here in France a couple of months ago was high impact. It's good to see an artist taking some chances and being different."
Apr 16
RP N10 commented on Easy Ed's blog post 'Easy Ed's Sideshow of Solos, Duets and Ensembles: Session #42'
"It would be if that we're true but it's not. 42 is the answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything. A question which despite great efforts remains unknown. Moving on, look around again, it's the same old…"
Apr 14
RP N10 commented on Jela Webb's blog post 'Record Store Day 19th April 2014'
"In Paris and in London there are huge queues outside the stores on RSD from early morning. People waiting for hours to pick up special editions etc. Last year I rolled along 2 hours after opening and there was still a line down the street. Came back…"
Apr 11
RP N10 replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'Great artists who only made one great album'
"The first It's A Beautiful Day album is in the same if not marginally higher class than Marrying Maiden."
Apr 9
RP N10 commented on Mike Seely's blog post 'Running on Full: Jackson Browne's Tribute Album Is the Best Funeral an Artist Could Ever Ask For'
"I think there have been a lot of covers of his songs from a wide variety of artists including the Jackson 5.  The composer credit list at allmusic goes on a way as you can see here  (linked not copy pasted)!"
Apr 9
RP N10 replied to Lost Hills's discussion 'Great artists who only made one great album'
"And Holland."
Apr 7
RP N10 replied to Randy Brown's discussion 'What Are You Listening To?'
"The Pogues box set "Just Look Them Straight In The Eye And Say Pogue Mahone" - currently their take on the Lovin' Spoonful hit Do You Believe In Magic?.  On special at Amazon as previously trading at RSD level prices."
Apr 6
RP N10 replied to No Depression's discussion 'Ideas, suggestions, or concerns about what's next on ND?'
"Perhaps the "Like" "Indifferent" "What utter crap" and similar buttons could be added to the list of things (links, videos etc) listed at the top of the comments and contributors box, so whoever writes something can…"
Apr 6
RP N10 replied to Jim Moulton's discussion 'What CD are you looking forward to being Released?'
"Having heard a couple of tracks from the new EMA album anticipation has notched up some. I went to see Smoke Fairies do an in store gig at Fargo in Paris in the week; they were excellent and the new album is due on 14 April. And on the back of a…"
Apr 5
RP N10 replied to No Depression's discussion 'Ideas, suggestions, or concerns about what's next on ND?'
"Well it's only a Like on FB there isn't a dislike which is why you get so many people "liking" natural disasters and other tragedies.  I'm with Sibylle on this one though.  There is a ND facebook page which often…"
Apr 5

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Joy Kills Sorrow Goes On Indefinite Hiatus

News overnight that Joy Kills Sorrow have joined the list of bands on indefinite hiatus which seems to have become the new "broken up".  They were rare visitors to Europe and didn't make it past the small clubs which is a shame because they were a lot of fun to watch and listen to.  They'll be missed but hopefully the component parts will re-surface soon on stages near by.

From their website:

To our dear friends and our faithful followers,

We're just back from…


Posted on February 19, 2014 at 11:30pm — 1 Comment

Out & About in Paris & London (and Amsterdam –old & new, and a few others besides)

<Disclaimer: any terms of a qualitative nature used in this post represent exclusively my own opinions and in no way purport to assert a general qualitative claim with respect to the intrinsic worth, artistic or otherwise.>  That should keep Not-really-that-Easy Ed off my case.

 According to the gig diary, which is normally reliable, I made it to 65 gigs through 2013.  Three of these were festivals – a 1 dayer and 2 days of a 3 dayer.  The artist count is nudging 180…


Posted on December 22, 2013 at 2:21am — 2 Comments

Top 10 of 2013 - The Year of the Big Tunes

I’ve had a long list running since the summer and found it being added it to at least monthly as 2013 has seen some inspiring new music as well as a treasure or two from the vaults of history.  Given the ferocity of the competition I decided to go for a Big Tune differentiator ie no matter how good the quality of the performance there had to be a number of truly excellent songs in there to get it over the line. 

1 Sara Petite – Circus Comes To Town

Funded on…


Posted on December 15, 2013 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments

Move Me Brightly DVD - An Americana Continuum

Last summer Bob Weir arranged a concert at his TRI studies to celebtrae what would have been Jerry Garcia's 70th birthday.  The webcast was reviewed at the time by Jim Moulton (founder of the ND Grateful Dead group). 

In October Eagle Rock issued a truncated - 159 minutes - cut of the show interspersed with interviews of people reminiscing of time…


Posted on December 15, 2013 at 9:30am

Gig Review - Suzy Bogguss - Canton Historic Theatre, Canton GA

It was quite an experience seeing Suzy Bogguss in this picture book theatre in leafy Canton around 45 minutes north of Atlanta.  The promoters of these shows are local people dedicated to bringing great music to their community and worked front of house making sure all went smoothly for the almost sold out crowd.

Suzy Bogguss, accompanied as ever by her personal wrecking crew Pat Bergeson (guitar, harmonica) and Charlie Chadwick (double bass) took the stage shortly after 8…


Posted on June 24, 2013 at 6:30pm — 4 Comments

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At 10:49pm on September 17, 2012, No Depression said…

Hey, got your message about the auto play videos. I totally agree about those. I hate them.  I usually delete them from the latest activity feed as soon as I find them but I don't think there is a way to prevent them from being posted.  I'm not sure how people make that happen in the first place.  Sorry for the intrusion, if you hear one in the future send me an email to Kyla (at) nodepression.com and I'll delete it right away. Kyla

At 11:23am on September 1, 2011, Kyla Fairchild said…
Hi, Sorry it's taken me so long to reply. I liked Pocket Satellite. I didn't like the claymation video though.  Looked for a good quality live performance video but they all seemed to be crappy phone videos.
At 10:44am on August 24, 2011, Kyla Fairchild said…
Thanks, love it! Are they UK based?
At 2:53pm on August 22, 2011, declan culliton said…
Richard - only noticed the Hans Chew session now, will have a listen thanks. Eilen Jewell, Civil Wars, Dave Alvin, Delorean, St.Vincent current listening. Hope things are well with you
At 5:11am on September 28, 2010, Brendan Cooke said…
Thanks for the info re BBC 4 singer songwriter series-sounds like it's going to be good. Well done the Beeb-perhaps the 145 quid wasn't too wasted after all!
At 1:47pm on July 15, 2010, Easy Ed said…
That's the show... Too bad this is a vinyl rip from a scratchy disc. I've heard it sound super clean with better separation. I lost my copy and am in search of a clean one. This might do for the moment. Thanks.
At 3:15am on August 26, 2009, declan culliton said…
Thanks for that...Sounds great.. venue that they are playing here is excellent, they played here in 2007... acoustics really good. I see Hank 111 is playing London next month. Don't know if you've listened to him but reckon he'd be well worth a visit, not playing ireland unfortunately.
At 10:13am on February 24, 2009, No Depression said…
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