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Entries in americana (43)

Tuesday
Oct292013

The Prisoner of Chillon - Stanza 10 by Brett Mussey Band

Stanza 10 of Lord Byron’s The Prisoner of Chillon is scored by Brett Mussey almost 40 years ago.

The Brett Mussey Band extended the score and here is the result.

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The Prisoner of Chillon - Stanza 10 by Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Sep262013

Unfold by Frederick

Frederick is a band hailing from the music-loving city of Austin, Texas. The band began as a project of singer/songwriter Neil Faulkner, and has since evolved into a collaboration between musicians from diverse backgrounds. This diversity contributes to the band’s unique sound, melding influences of Americana, Indie Rock, and Folk, to name a few. Even prior to the release of Frederick’s 4-song, self-titled EP in August of 2013, the band was already creating a buzz.

frederickband.com

Unfold by Frederick

Saturday
May182013

Watershed by Kristina Stykos

This latest production, produced at Stykos’ solar and wind powered Pepperbox studio, paints landscapes inspired by her time out west - and tells stories of the heart. Featuring her strong guitar playing and raspy alto, her punchy new sound brings with it a supporting cast of all-stars from the East Coast roots scene, including rocker Bow Thayer and Mark Spencer of Son Volt: “A road-weary work filled with laments on life, love and longing … rooted in dusty, straightforward country-rock … [Stykos] long ago earned her reputation as one of the state’s finest lyricists. But never has she sounded so focused or refined, combining the straightforward prose of a blue-collar bard with deeply poetic sensitivity. ” Dan Bolles, Seven Days.

Watershed by Kristina Stykos

Friday
May032013

Coastal Bend by the Brett Mussey Band

Wayne Warden was inspired to write a song with the Texas coastal bend area as the backdrop.

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Coastal Bend by the Brett Mussey Band

Friday
May032013

Potter's Field by Spence's Rye

Potter’s Field, the second track on the Spence’s Rye Studio Debut EP - Gathering Clouds.  Unique take on traditional Appalachian music.  FREE Live and Studio EP downloads at http://spencesrye.bandcamp.com

Potter's Field by Spence's Rye

Thursday
Feb282013

"I Don't Know" by Adela & Jude

“I Don’t Know” by Adela & Jude is a little ditty about us all ending up inthe same place.  Adela & Jude travel the country singing songs about death to make you feel alive.  Join us on our travels.  Debut record “In Loving Memory” debuts in the fall of ‘13.  This cut was produced by our friend Andrew at Hi-N-Dry Studios in Somerville Mass. 

"I Don't Know" by Adela & Jude

Wednesday
Sep262012

Far From Here by the Brett Mussey Band

A line from the song hints what we all have at our disposal - “in the thoughts and dreams those working machines at your feet”.

For additional selections and bio, visit the Brett Mussey Band.

Far From Here by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Jun142012

Risk My Heart by the Brett Mussey Band

Wayne Warden wrote the song with Brett Mussey adding some minor embellishments.  Visit the Brett Mussey Band for additional material and bio info.

Risk My Heart by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Mar012012

Leaving for Edna by the Brett Mussey Band

Some friends living in Edna, TX inspired the song written over 30 years ago while I was living in Houston. Janet Parish selectively augmented my backup vocals…a job well done…many thanks Janet!

For additional tune selections and biography, visit the Brett Mussey Band.

Leaving for Edna by the Brett Mussey Band

Wednesday
Jan042012

No Right Turn to Chickering by the Brett Mussey Band

The song’s title was taken from a road sign in Fort Worth, TX that I passed everyday going to work…the rest…well…it is what it is…guess I was feeling a little lost the day I wrote it.  We got Janet Parish to do the backup vocals for us who did a bang-up job.

For additional selections and bio, visit the Brett Mussey Band.

No Right Turn to Chickering by the Brett Mussey Band

Friday
Oct212011

Thinking of You by the Brett Mussey Band

Brett Mussey and Wayne Warden have been writing and collaborating on original Texas folk rock music since late 2003 in Fort Worth, TX, and covering songs by artists such as BW Stevenson, Bob Dylan, John Prine, Nanci Griffith, Hank Williams…just to name a few.  The Brett Mussey Band was eventually formed and has been offering material in the americana, country, and folk rock genres.

Thinking of You by the Brett Mussey Band

Thursday
Oct202011

Mary's Song by the Brett Mussey Band

The inspiration of the song grew from knowing Mary in LA.  Ginny Mac of Fort Worth provided the wonderful backup vocals during a recording session.

For additional selections visit the Brett Mussey Band.

Mary's Song by the Brett Mussey Band

Sunday
Oct162011

Parkside Road by Jack Cade

Fifth track on the album ‘This Fiery Road’ by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners. This track has been made available as a free download on the Jack Cade site. It features the very fine fiddle playing of of Chris Haigh.

The album is available from:

Official Website: www.jackcade.com

Buy on iTunes: iTunes

Facebook: www.facebook.com/jackcadeness

Twitter: www.twitter.com/jackcadeness

Parkside Road by Jack Cade

Thursday
Sep292011

January Stars by Vic Della Pello

a bit of sparkle , a bit of jangle , a whole lot of soul.  This is from Vic’s 6th Cd Broken Heart Tattoo. We hope you enjoy it.

for information and contact try the home page   www.vicdellapello.com

click here to play January Stars

Monday
Sep192011

The Fiery Road by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners

The title track from the newly released album ‘This Fiery Road’ by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners

The album is available from:

Official Website: www.jackcade.com

Buy on iTunes: iTunes

Facebook: www.facebook.com/jackcadeness

Twitter: www.twitter.com/jackcadeness

The Fiery Road by Jack Cade and the Everyday Sinners

Tuesday
Sep132011

The Saga of Robert Earl by the Brett Mussey Band

The song reveals the travels and life of a good friend who left us a few years back.  Janet Parish provided the backup vocals which gave the song a new dimension.

Additional song selections may be found at Brett Mussey Band.

The Saga of Rober Earl by the Brett Mussey Band

Wednesday
Jun012011

Townes by E. Christina Herr & Wild Frontier

For all you Townes Van Zandt fans, Christina writes about what one of the songwriter’s frequent trips through New Mexico could have been.

Christina’s somewhat dissonate guitar is layered under a haunting melody with incredibly visual lyrics. The band drives the song along as if on a mission.

This is from a live performance at the Santa Fe Music Exchange. More from that show and studio recordings can be found at EChristinaHerr.com

Townes by E. Christina Herr & Wild Frontier

Saturday
Apr092011

Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber

With stellar musical track records that include work on renowned studio projects, world tours, Broadway musicals, performances in top-notch clubs and festivals, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, TV and film soundtracks, and production on two Grammy nominated albums, it’s clear which side of the good/great split Liz Queler & Seth Farber are on This husband and wife duo are lifelong professional musicians who literally grew up in the business and are now sharing the same great tradition with their 12 year-old son Joey Farber, who is also a budding musical star in his own right. Much like Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, and Bruce Hornsby, Liz & Seth’s eclectic folk/rock, Americana and bluegrass style is rooted in storytelling and songwriting, bringing evocative text alive with exceptional music.

Keen by Liz Queler & Seth Farber

Saturday
Apr092011

What Became Of Us by Lisa Sheppard

Neon Lights, Lisa’s stunning sophomore album, burns with the grit-filled, heartfelt sounds of that process. The moods and tales within are as frank and richly varied as the life of their earthy-voiced creator: The disc’s 11 built-to-last songs are typified by such offerings as “You Got Your Freedom,” a rough-edged, blues-rocking kiss-off to a departing ex-lover, and “Once I Leave LA,” a sobering meditation on the thoughts of a desperate friend set to a bittersweet waltz. And then there’s the title track, an image-rich, gospel-tinged narrative that cashes in on the singer’s observations from her years as a professional poker player.

What Became Of Us by Lisa Sheppard

Saturday
Mar262011

A Survivor by Danny Django

Singer/Songwriter Danny Django is one of those genuinely humble, genuinely interesting guys with guitars who has something worthwhile to say, and is taking the time to say it. With a gritty Americana Blues Rock sound placing him in league with Cat Stevens, Neil Young, and Tom Petty, Danny Django is the voice of a generation ago set in modern times. Basically, Woody Guthrie with a band and digital audio gear. The message of these greats is imbued in Django’s work as well, with the quest for peace, love, and the common good setting the course for his songs and stories.

A Survivor by Danny Django