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rmgman

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Location: North of the Pinelands in NJ
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 16, 2019 - 5:22pm



 miamizsun wrote:
i've emerged from my studio

finished mixing and burning

gotta print some sort of cd sleeve and labels

then it is discs away!

you've been warned!

edit: mailed 06/03/2019 in the am


 
Sorry for the late reply. Received what I assume is your disc immediately before traveling on vacation. Still need to listen and when done will report back, though those in the group know my reports are very brief in words.

miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 11, 2019 - 11:01am

 SeriousLee wrote:
 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 Am I in this group?  

You and i both.

Thanks Miamizsun. 'Twas a pleasant surprise.

I'm baching it in the city either this week-end or next. So i'm saving it for the trip. It'll be my soundtrack for a couple of days. {#Cheers}

 

you're welcome

obviously you or any other peep aren't obligated in any way

enjoy your trip and your music 

{#Cheers}    {#Music}     {#Motor}
SeriousLee

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Location: Dans l'milieu d'deux milles livres


Posted: Jun 11, 2019 - 10:16am

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 Am I in this group?  

You and i both.

Thanks Miamizsun. 'Twas a pleasant surprise.

I'm baching it in the city either this week-end or next. So i'm saving it for the trip. It'll be my soundtrack for a couple of days. {#Cheers}
Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 9, 2019 - 11:45am

sirdroseph wrote:
Sing About It - Tonality Had a real R and B accapella feel to it. Great voice.

They are an a capella group, very large. Must be hard to tour with so many, so I've never heard them live. This came to my attention from Moira Smiley (see below) who composed the song and endorsed this version.

Erti Nakhvit - Trio Mandili Loves me some Gypsy music! Terrific!

Georgian, actually. I fell in love with their utterly charming youtube videos of them wandering thru the Georgian countryside and singing. They got a lot of attention for those and got a record deal; I ordered their cds and they shipped all the way from Mother Russia. To be honest they lost something going into the studio, but I still love this stuff.

Ting Ting - Shook Twins I have heard of the Shook Twins but never really listened to them, good stuff.

From Portland, OR. Lots of fun. Not their first appearance in one of my mixes.

O Cha Teid, Cha Teid Meise - Ben Miller & Anita McdonaldFavorite song so far, just beautiful!

Was introduced to them by an Iraqi bluesman. This is my favorite thing they've done.

The Falls of Richmond-STEAM At first I read this as the Fall of Richmond would have been a cooler title and the music does match, I can close my eyes and envision a Civil War encampment.

An ancient tune. The hasty research I've done points to a potential origin in the 1700s. It may refer to the actual Falls of Richmond (an underwhelming waterway from all accounts) or a Revolutionary War battle.

Colly's Army of Darkness - Great Bear Trio Nice funky turn after the more classical acoustic sounds

Their typical instrumental lineup was piano, fiddle, and electric guitar. They were huge fun to dance to. Andrew VanNorstrand has a gofundme going to fund his next solo album.

Gloria - Trials of Cato
Sounds like Richard Thompson, let's check.......Trials of Cato, huh never heard of em. There are certainly worse things to be compared to. Very nice.

This whole album is terrific. One of my favorite discoveries of last year.

Paths and Places - Natalie Rae Padilla
Love this one, great voice sounds like that chick from Barnaby Bright. Let's check.....Natalie Padilla, huh never heard of her. There are......oh wait. Good stuff.

Hmmm...Barnaby Bright...new one on me. Must explore.

She appeared on my last mix in her band Masontown so you've heard her before.

Dressed in Yellow - Moira Smiley
I have some roots mountain songs like this but more raw; this has a real authentic feel to it. Love that long one note in the background, classic.

That's a shruti box, a bellows-pumped drone instrument from India. I heard this sung solo in a house concert with Moira standing a few feet away. Crushed me like a bug. Conversations at the break indicated I wasn't the only one. Still gets me.
sirdroseph

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Location: Yes
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 9, 2019 - 10:57am



 Lazy8 wrote:
I tried to have a theme rich in meaning and redolent with symbolism, but that was too much work. Instead I just followed my path back thru the last few years and looked at the discs I'd picked up at live shows again. I didn't load you all up with rambling tales about each song, just picked out songs that seemed like they fit together.

And a funny thing happened: a theme, or at least a similarity between the songs sort of emerged. The songs were mostly by or about women, and had a common subtext about healing.

Or something. Anyway I liked where it went, even tho it turned out kind of chill. I actually listen to a lot of rockous music day to day, but I didn't make it to many shows like that. I guess being in the folk music industry has tamed my night life.


Tracks:

1. Tonality  Sing About It
2.  Trio Mandili Erti Makhvit
3.  Shook Twins Ting Ting
4.  Ahn Trio Skylife
5.  Chris Cunningham Emily
6.  Mia Bertelli & Jamie Oshima Thief
7.  Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald O Cha Teid, Cha Teid Meise
8.  STEAM  The Falls of Richmond
9.  Great Bear Trio Coily's Army of Darkness
10.  John Goodin St. Anthony and the Fishes
11.  Stringrays  Mattie and Karine's
12.  The Trials of Cato Gloria
13.  SHEL Follow Me Home
14.  Nancy Padilla Paths and Places
15.  Storeyhill Spring Snow
16.  West My Friend The Tattoo That Loved Her Anyway
17.  Moira Smiley Dressed In Yellow
18.  Amber Ikeman Rise


Whether I looked at song list before
listening or not made no difference because every single song was and
almost all of the artists were new to me. Well done!





Highlights for me:


Sing About It - Tonality             Had a real R and B accapella feel to it. Great voice.

Erti Nakhvit - Trio Mandili             Loves me some Gypsy music! Terrific!

Ting Ting - Shook Twins               I have heard of the Shook Twins but never really listened to them, good stuff.

O Cha Teid, Cha Teid Meise - Ben Miller & Anita Mcdonald                  Favorite song so far, just beautiful!

The Falls of Richmond - STEAM                  
At first I read this as the Fall of Richmond would have been a cooler
title and the music does match, I can close my eyes and envision a Civil
War encampment.


Colly's Army of Darkness - Great Bear Trio                   Nice funky turn after the more classical acoustic sounds

Gloria - Trials of Cato
Sounds like Richard Thompson, let's check.......Trials of Cato, huh never
heard of em. There are certainly worse things to be compared to. Very
nice.


Paths and Places - Natalie Rae Padilla
Love this one, great voice sounds like that chick from Barnaby Bright.
Let's check.....Natalie Padilla, huh never heard of her. There
are......oh wait. Good stuff.


Dressed in Yellow - Moira Smiley
I have some roots mountain songs like this but more raw; this has a real
authentic feel to it. Love that long one note in the background,
classic.

 


sirdroseph

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Location: Yes
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 9, 2019 - 6:22am



 miamizsun wrote:

i did get the basics squared away

works very well

pretty sure i made a few rookie mistakes

give me some feedback when you can


 

Got it!  Great having fresh blood.  Looked at song list and it only highlights what makes this club so great.  Different people in different regions exposed and sharing different music than we may be used to.  Great to have another angle.  Will give it a listen this afternoon.
kurtster

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Location: drifting
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 9:26pm

 miamizsun wrote:
i've emerged from my studio

finished mixing and burning

gotta print some sort of cd sleeve and labels

then it is discs away!

you've been warned!

edit: mailed 06/03/2019 in the am

 
It's here !
sirdroseph

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Location: Yes
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 9:52am

 miamizsun wrote:

i did get the basics squared away

works very well

pretty sure i made a few rookie mistakes

give me some feedback when you can

 
Still haven't received hopefully waiting for me today; rain and lazy weekend means you will get feedback pretty quickly if it gets here.{#Cheers}
sirdroseph

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Location: Yes
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 9:51am

 Lazy8 wrote:
Got mine and it helped me power thru a long work day. Some familiar stuff but lots of surprises. Nicely executed!

 
Wanted to let you know I have listened and have a review ready to post. I like to review as I listen and copy to notepad for post later to capture the first listening experience with the most immediacy.{#Music}
Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 8:57am

Got mine and it helped me power thru a long work day. Some familiar stuff but lots of surprises. Nicely executed!
ColdMiser

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Location: On the Trail
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 8, 2019 - 3:20am



 miamizsun wrote:
i've emerged from my studio

finished mixing and burning

gotta print some sort of cd sleeve and labels

then it is discs away!

you've been warned!

edit: mailed 06/03/2019 in the am


 
Twas waiting in my mailbox yesterday. I have a road trip this weekend so I'll be giving it a good listen.

Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 5, 2019 - 9:22pm

ColdMiser wrote:
Shook Twins - Channeling the Roche Sisters

This is a little sweeter than usual for them. Highly recommended live—they put on a great show.
Ahn Trio - Like the piano and string mix on this one

We're pretty lucky in that Angela Ahn teaches at the local college, so I've gotten to hear them quite a few times.
Chris Cunningham

Another local, and half of Storeyhill.
STEAM - pretty good Appalachian sound

They were living mostly in New Mexico when I gathered this sample. Since then have moved north and east—Kansas, I think. Met them playing for a dance in Oregon.
The Great Bear Trio - Really dig this one

Another dance band. Alas Mama Bear Kim Yerton has retired leaving her boys Andrew and Noah VanNorstrand to carry on in a variety of bands and solo projects.
The Trials of Cato (wish I was in the room when they decided on that name)

Fascinating bunch. From the far north of England and Wales. Didn't actually get to meet them, intercepted a record company promo disc on its way to the local college radio station.
Storeyhill

Reunited, reinvigorated, and back on tour. They're throwing a huge party this summer for their fans and I can't go!
Just goes to show how easy it is to participate in this little club of ours. You start out with nothing and end up with something special to share with us. Kudos

Thanks, and my condolences on your commute!

One does one's best.
ColdMiser

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Location: On the Trail
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 5, 2019 - 3:54am



 Lazy8 wrote:
I tried to have a theme rich in meaning and redolent with symbolism, but that was too much work. Instead I just followed my path back thru the last few years and looked at the discs I'd picked up at live shows again. I didn't load you all up with rambling tales about each song, just picked out songs that seemed like they fit together.

And a funny thing happened: a theme, or at least a similarity between the songs sort of emerged. The songs were mostly by or about women, and had a common subtext about healing.

Or something. Anyway I liked where it went, even tho it turned out kind of chill. I actually listen to a lot of rockous music day to day, but I didn't make it to many shows like that. I guess being in the folk music industry has tamed my night life.


Tracks:

1. Tonality  Sing About It
2.  Trio Mandili Erti Makhvit
3.  Shook Twins Ting Ting
4.  Ahn Trio Skylife
5.  Chris Cunningham Emily
6.  Mia Bertelli & Jamie Oshima Thief
7.  Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald O Cha Teid, Cha Teid Meise
8.  STEAM  The Falls of Richmond
9.  Great Bear Trio Coily's Army of Darkness
10.  John Goodin St. Anthony and the Fishes
11.  Stringrays  Mattie and Karine's
12.  The Trials of Cato Gloria
13.  SHEL Follow Me Home
14.  Nancy Padilla Paths and Places
15.  Storeyhill Spring Snow
16.  West My Friend The Tattoo That Loved Her Anyway
17.  Moira Smiley Dressed In Yellow
18.  Amber Ikeman Rise

I enjoyed this reprise of your earlier disc very much. If you can picture me driving down a country road, early morning, windows open and the dappled sunshine thru the leaves on my face, dog hanging out the back window, my girl smiling beside me on our way to a hike then you can picture what I feel like when I listen to this mix. My reality this time around was mostly in the Lincoln Tunnel battling traffic on the way into the city for work but how I wish it were the way I picture myself.

Highlights
Shook Twins - Channeling the Roche Sisters
Ahn Trio - Like the piano and string mix on this one
Chris Cunningham
STEAM - pretty good Appalachian sound
The Great Bear Trio - Really dig this one
The Trials of Cato (wish I was in the room when they decided on that name)
Storeyhill

Just goes to show how easy it is to participate in this little club of ours. You start out with nothing and end up with something special to share with us. Kudos
Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2019 - 9:02pm

I tried to have a theme rich in meaning and redolent with symbolism, but that was too much work. Instead I just followed my path back thru the last few years and looked at the discs I'd picked up at live shows again. I didn't load you all up with rambling tales about each song, just picked out songs that seemed like they fit together.

And a funny thing happened: a theme, or at least a similarity between the songs sort of emerged. The songs were mostly by or about women, and had a common subtext about healing.

Or something. Anyway I liked where it went, even tho it turned out kind of chill. I actually listen to a lot of rockous music day to day, but I didn't make it to many shows like that. I guess being in the folk music industry has tamed my night life.


Tracks:

1. Tonality  Sing About It
2.  Trio Mandili Erti Makhvit
3.  Shook Twins Ting Ting
4.  Ahn Trio Skylife
5.  Chris Cunningham Emily
6.  Mia Bertelli & Jamie Oshima Thief
7.  Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald O Cha Teid, Cha Teid Meise
8.  STEAM  The Falls of Richmond
9.  Great Bear Trio Coily's Army of Darkness
10.  John Goodin St. Anthony and the Fishes
11.  Stringrays  Mattie and Karine's
12.  The Trials of Cato Gloria
13.  SHEL Follow Me Home
14.  Nancy Padilla Paths and Places
15.  Storeyhill Spring Snow
16.  West My Friend The Tattoo That Loved Her Anyway
17.  Moira Smiley Dressed In Yellow
18.  Amber Ikeman Rise
Lazy8

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Location: The Gallatin Valley of Montana
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2019 - 3:37pm

Looks like everybody has checked in. I've got a long day ahead of me still but I'll try to get the tracks and art posted tonight.
miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2019 - 3:12pm

 kurtster wrote:

Nero makes a good product at a fair price.  https://www.nero.com/enu/

 
i did get the basics squared away

works very well

pretty sure i made a few rookie mistakes

give me some feedback when you can


miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: Jun 3, 2019 - 2:39pm

 ScottFromWyoming wrote:
 Am I in this group? 
 
 

yes
miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: May 31, 2019 - 11:49am

i've emerged from my studio

finished mixing and burning

gotta print some sort of cd sleeve and labels

then it is discs away!

you've been warned!

edit: mailed 06/03/2019 in the am


miamizsun

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Location: (3261.3 Miles SE of RP)
Gender: Male


Posted: May 29, 2019 - 4:36am

 miamizsun wrote:

got it yesterday

listened to about half of it this morning with my coffee

quite nice

{#Music}

 

listened a few times to both of my mixes from two peeps

good stuff

in the process of putting together a mix myself

i'm thinking a meme named after a body function

{#Music}
ScottFromWyoming

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Location: Powell
Gender: Male


Posted: May 19, 2019 - 12:51pm

 Am I in this group? 
 
Thanks for the disc, Lazy! Funny thing is we recently inherited (literally) an external CD drive so we're back in business. I haven't been buying too much stuff lately, not enough to actually come up with a theme. I might put together a sequel to my "Scott's Greatest Sorries," where my rejected RP submissions filled a disc. Working title, "Stuff RP should play but I'm not even gonna bother."

Do NOT work me into the schedule. Just prod me once in a while, it might happen. 
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