Dawes were previously unknown to mw, but I just listened to their new album of the same name on iTunes. I wasn’t totally convinced, but this song was pretty much the track that captured my attention straight away. Definitely well worth sharing on here, especially in this fine version. Enjoy.
Lovely acoustic & live version of a fine song, I unfortunately have to admit, wasn’t aware of before. Shame on me.
Two rather different, but equally excellent versions of a great, great song.
A long time since I posted anything about Slaid Cleaves, this is another excellent and wonderful song and story, made all the better by the wonderful violin accompaniment.
It’s laughable I know, but this is the first time I consciously listen to a Robert Earl Keen song and I haven’t even got one of his albums (yeah, I know).
Don’t care much for the video to this, but there wasn’t a really good sounding version I could find of this on YouTube so I choose this one. It’s a smashing song. And perfect for a day you are fed up with your job…
Not much to say about this, except that it’s fabulous, especially the lead guitar by John Inmon – I love the sound of that guitar.
Something for the weekend…
The Mallett Brothers Band feature two sons of David Mallett – haven’t heard any of their albums yet, but the upcoming release of Lights Along The River should be a good time to rectify that.
Their website is http://mallettbrothersband.com/