Sunday, May 28, 2006

crazy sun junctions


Back after a hiatus...I guess the sunshine has meant less time for crouching over my laptop listening to music and surfing. I went to a fantastic gig at the Leith Folk Club last week with The Tanahill Weavers. What a barnstormer of a set, the band were on top form with intricate arrangements and hypnotic rhythms. I have loved listening to them for years but never was able to see them live. The Leith Club is a friendly place with different acts on every Tuesday. I didn't win the raffle but hey..seeing the band was good enough for me!
I LOVE the Bosses new album and have it on LOUD when I am driving about, my favourite track of the moment is "Mary don't you weep". It's not often I join in at the top of my voice whilst negotiating roundabouts and T junctions, but this album is irresistible.
I have been listening to more folky things of late and here is an oldie but yes indeed one that you should give a listen to again. This band are still going in various guises and although i was too young..yes indeed..to be into them in their heyday, I think this is quintessential of their style.
Fairport Convention Crazy Man Michael mp3
If you fancy you can even have this track as a ringtone on your phone..what next!!!

1 Comments:

Blogger Gav Stephenson said...

Hi there Countrygrrl,

Sorry to post this here, but you may be interetsed to know that The Amateurs, from your very own capital city have signed to Letterbox Records. There is an mp3 at www.letterboxrecords.com/amateurs.htm

You can also download 6 (!) songs from the new Arrogants album at www.letterboxrecords.com/arrogants.htm

Please drop me a line if you have any questions,

Gav

12:40 pm  

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