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Whatever jazz Spotify throws at me in my daily mix!
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

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Punch Brothers

Some wicked mandolin arpeggios and simultaneous singing


Absolutely amazing! I like "progressive bluegrass"! Thanks for the link!


The musicianship in that group is spectacular. I "discovered" them because Chris Thile did a stunning live cover of a song from my favourite band (Wilco), and I had to find out who he was (a genius as it turned out) :)

Wilco cover: Shake it Off

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Originally posted by Snegren Snegren wrote:

Whatever jazz Spotify throws at me in my daily mix!

I used to work for the UK National Jazz Archive... I think I've heard enough

Currently on Pyewackett, an off beat British folk band from the 70s.
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Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:

Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:

Punch Brothers

Some wicked mandolin arpeggios and simultaneous singing


Absolutely amazing! I like "progressive bluegrass"! Thanks for the link!


The musicianship in that group is spectacular. I "discovered" them because Chris Thile did a stunning live cover of a song from my favourite band (Wilco), and I had to find out who he was (a genius as it turned out) :)

Wilco cover: Shake it Off


Chris Thile's first band was Nickel Creek alongside Sara and Sean Watkins, if you like PB you'll love NC. And Sara Watkins is something special on her own and teaming up with others like Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O'Donovan who make up I'm With Her.

Also look on YouTube for Live From Here show videos hosted by Chris Thile, it's the successor to Garrison Keillor's famous Prarie Home Companion radio show but LFH is more music oriented.

Nickel Creek-Smoothie Song

Nickel Creek-When In Rome, imo the definition of Newgrass.

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Currently it's Fiona Apple's second album 'When the Pawn..." in the CD player but want to share this YT vid of her with Sara and Sean Watkins as part of their Watkins Family Hour, when not touring and in their hometown of LA they hold a weekly get together with whoever is around and jam for the night. They did take this concept on the road and one night they played Dylan's Highway 51 Revisited and here's Fiona's contribution.

Watkins Family Hour & Friends ~ Tombstone Blues
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Originally posted by stiuskr stiuskr wrote:

Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:

Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

Originally posted by Jonas A-R Jonas A-R wrote:

Punch Brothers

Some wicked mandolin arpeggios and simultaneous singing


Absolutely amazing! I like "progressive bluegrass"! Thanks for the link!


The musicianship in that group is spectacular. I "discovered" them because Chris Thile did a stunning live cover of a song from my favourite band (Wilco), and I had to find out who he was (a genius as it turned out) :)

Wilco cover: Shake it Off


Chris Thile's first band was Nickel Creek alongside Sara and Seam Watkins, if you like PB you'll love NC. And Sara Watkins is something special on her own and teaming up with others like Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O'Donovan who make up I'm With Her.

Also look on YouTube for Live From Here show videos hosted by Chris Thile, it's the successor to Garrison Keillor's famous Prarie Home Companion radio show but LFH is more music oriented.

Nickel Creek-Smoothie Song

Nickel Creek-When In Rome, imo the definition of Newgrass.


Thanks! love it, very interesting choice of bass player in the Creek-Smoothie song
Fiona Apples is great. And, btw, Mike Elizondo who is playing the bass on Chris Thile's Wilco cover produced her third album.
And Bob Dylan of course, Rough and Rowdy Ways is amazing. I don't know how it is possible to produce important music for so many years!

I have challenged myself to go through the entire Wilco live catalog year by year at Nugs. It is very inteersting to hear how the songs evolve.
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Gosh, I am getting old. The last couple of pages are like a foriegn language to me . And I used to know, I mean really know my music as during my service career I was also a regular presenter on BFBS radio (British Forces Broadcasting Services) in Singapore (1960s), Germany (1970s) and Cyprus* (1980s). I was born and grew up on the East Essex coast and, as a member of the Clacton Sailing Club we would regularly sail out to Radios Caroline and London to spend a couple of hours on board and share coffee and tea with household names like Simon Dee, Tony Blackburn, Robbie Dale, Dave Lee Travis and Tommy Vance, who I also used to broadcast with on BFBS Germany in the mis 1970s. Happy Days.

Sorry about that, drifting off into reminiscences . What I am I listening to, right now, Kate Bush

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Originally posted by bonneville bonneville wrote:

Gosh, I am getting old. The last couple of pages are like a foriegn language to me . And I used to know, I mean really know my music as during my service career I was also a regular presenter on BFBS radio (British Forces Broadcasting Services) in Singapore (1960s), Germany (1970s) and Cyprus (1980s). I was born and grew up on the East Essex coast and, as a member of the Clacton Sailing Club we would regularly sail out to Radios Caroline and London to spend a couple of hours on board and share coffee and tea with household names like Simon Dee, Tony Blackburn, Robbie Dale, Dave Lee Travis and Tommy Vance, who I also used to broadcast with on BFBS Germany in the mis 1970s. Happy Days.

Sorry about that, drifting off into reminiscences . What I am I listening to, right now, Kate Bush


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I really miss the Live From Here shows that I mentioned earlier. A weekly broadcast that travelled the country usually stopping at colleges but was cancelled just the same as all other music events in these times. A rotating cast of amazing vocalists backed up by the house band with Mike Elizondo on bass. Every show they did a birthday tribute and performed a bit of one of their songs. Here's a clip of Mike talking about working with Dr Dre and Mary J on one of her biggest hits and a great way to introduce you to Gaby Moreno.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rq9KT5hgdps

A couple more featuring Gaby, this one the complete birthday portion for Gwen Stefani, Britany Howard (goosebump material) Indie Arie and Gillian Welch where she's joined by Sara W. and Sarah J.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNXP0-roiNI

And lastly here's Gaby in her native element.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLBlns8wOBA
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@stiuskr - have you found the NPR music 'tiny desk' channel on YouTube ... has some quite rare performances in there, going back many years, they seem to have adapted to 'concerts from home' this last 12 months.
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Originally posted by dCap dCap wrote:

@stiuskr - have you found the NPR music 'tiny desk' channel on YouTube ... has some quite rare performances in there, going back many years, they seem to have adapted to 'concerts from home' this last 12 months.


Yes sir, big fan of all that NPR (and PBS) do. Here's a tiny desk with The Watkins Family Hour featuring a pop up appearance (literally) by Fiona Apple.

and in the r/h column you should see the Nickle Creek show.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ4PZVj66ac
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Lazy and streaming music tonight:
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