Solo starts at 2:15...and it is boss!
I've been enjoying the series. Here are two gals not mentioned in the program (unless I missed it). Check out the whole track for some truly...
Bear Family did a great set of Bristol Session recordings.
There are a few other compilations out there as well, not quite as deluxe,...
A brief background on his illustrious career from Mr. Frith himself:
And a good excuse to post this...
Pre-orders for our new LP available here.
You can also investigate some of our back...
How about Ronnie from Botswana?
This thread is a good reason to post Hannes Coetzee.
Check out Manish Pingle.
don't forget to dig the Sacred Steel players...slide guitar and the gospel tradition goes way back and still goes on today.
@MikeFM - thanks, we had the wrong settings on the video. Working now. Cheers!
We have a new LP coming in October. This is the first track and also the most mellow on the record. If you like free improvisation with a rock...
Your posts are always so informative and often fascinating. Very cool. Thanks!
This also appears to be real music...lucky Denmark!
By 1927 they had better technology to record with, for sure...the electric microphone came around 1925 and was a vast improvement over acoustic...
@2HBStrat - recording technology WAS available 30 years prior to the Bristol Sessions. There are earlier examples of old time country music before...
I've posted this before somewhere on this board. Great track, great guitar work:
The answer to the OP's question is a resounding NO.
That said, here is some Joik singing for you to enjoy.
Screamin' Jay Hawkins appeared in a handful of films.
Iggy Pop in 'Deadman' was quite good.
Cool article...thanks for that.
There is live footage of Powertools that shows Bill playing the SG, always dug that record.
Don't forget that the instrumental tradition in Country music goes way back...a lot of very fine picking on some of these old recordings: