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Jamie Stillway — Stout Street Rag
Album: Mell of a Hess
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7.2

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Total ratings: 1157









Released: 2006
Length: 2:52
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Instrumental)
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Not Mellow Mix material at all. Would fit perfectly on an upbeat-speedy-mix-on-drugs.
Wow! Django Reinhardt is still among us. Excellent, Jamie! More, please.
Oh yea
Killer cover art
Gute Musik
 dris wrote:
Was busy doing something but this stopped me in my tracks - had to check it out. Toe tapping, finger-snapping good!{#Dancingbanana}

 
Me too and I turned the volume up!{#Clap}
Was busy doing something but this stopped me in my tracks - had to check it out. Toe tapping, finger-snapping good!{#Dancingbanana}
 kennewicksheri wrote:
Bringing smiles... joy... toe tapping... and more smiles...
Keep the Ragtime music coming.... love the sudden vibrancy it brings.....
slipped between the familiar and new...

Thank you Radio Paradise !!  Thank you ... 

 
I second that!
 Skydog wrote:

yeah, been going on all morning,
I never cared for rags, shuffles or western swing 

 
I don't quite get it either. It's like 1950's cartoon music :^ /



 BibKiller wrote:
lots of sleepy music going on today{#Moon}boo -mechanic2

 
yeah, been going on all morning,
I never cared for rags, shuffles or western swing 
Bringing smiles... joy... toe tapping... and more smiles...
Keep the Ragtime music coming.... love the sudden vibrancy it brings.....
slipped between the familiar and new...

Thank you Radio Paradise !!  Thank you ... 
ok .... I should start selling work like the cover lol!!!!

Enjoyed this tune 
pfffffffffffff...!!!!
{#Sunny}{#Guitarist}
I can play this behind my back...........................all I have to do is spin around in my office chair. {#Tongue}
How did she get so good? 
That was pretty damned cool!
lots of sleepy music going on today{#Moon}boo -mechanic2
{#Eh}
At the intro I expected Eric Idle to burst out "Sooome things in life are baaad..."

(NOT talking about the song of coarse! This is a great piece of instrumental music, but the intro just reminded me of this other song..)
Hey, this guy is pretty good...

What?
See cover design, if you want my statement!
I like the daring a-tonal section of this tune. Quite nice and unusual. Pure musicianship.
 George_Tirebiter wrote:
Yay!  Where are the balloons and elephants?   
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I submit that there's no other town in the world with the variety of musical styles to be found in the venues of Portland, Oregon.
Don't like the song so much but the name is pretty cool.
Yay!  Where are the balloons and elephants?    {#Bananajam}
Fun!
Nice!
make it stop

Love it.
 conglif wrote:

You mean this "guy"?



And yes, 2005 (the year this album was made) IS definitely in the past.

Then again, ANY recording (by definition) is a "trip into the past"!



 
{#Lol} Well played sir!

 conglif wrote:

You mean this "guy"?



And yes, 2005 (the year this album was made) IS definitely in the past.

Then again, ANY recording (by definition) is a "trip into the past"!



 
Funny-looking guy. Has all his fingers, too.

j/k. This is really outstanding: comparisons to Mr. Reinhardt (sp?) are apt, and high praise indeed.

 jhorton wrote:
Oh goody. Another trip into the past.

Bill, there's a reason why we never heard of guys like this. 
 
You mean this "guy"?



And yes, 2005 (the year this album was made) IS definitely in the past.

Then again, ANY recording (by definition) is a "trip into the past"!



Oh goody. Another trip into the past.

Bill, there's a reason why we never heard of guys like this. 
 jredd2 wrote:
Sounds a bit Django Reinhardt-ish! Love it!
  Absolutely. On both counts. Excellent.


These two guys (or is it three? four?) are brilliant!
 jredd2 wrote:
Sounds a bit Django Reinhardt-ish! Love it!
 
Indeed -on both counts.
{#Bananajam}Makes you wanna hop in your seat!


ArbiterOfGoodTaste wrote:
Impressive.
That, and an album name that would've made pooner sproud.
GaryPdx wrote:
Jamie plays the Coffeehouses and Brew Pubs of Portland, OR, regularly. She's a delight. Personable and warm stage presence. Her technique is terrific. Travis picking as it should be. It's a treat to hear her on RP.
I could stand to get a bit of a buzz on and sit at a stage-side table and fall in love. I hope she ventures north of the border to BC someday soon. Very nice guitar work.
Sounds a bit Django Reinhardt-ish! Love it!
8---->9
Hmmmm I've heard this song before and liked it but never knew the name of the singer. cool!
Impressive.
how wonderful!
Jamie plays the Coffeehouses and Brew Pubs of Portland, OR, regularly. She's a delight. Personable and warm stage presence. Her technique is terrific. Travis picking as it should be. It's a treat to hear her on RP.
see? Chicks got chops, too. Hurrah for female artists.
junebaby65 wrote:
Sounds like Steve Howe!
Had to search the comments just to see if someone heard it too. :yes:
bokey wrote:
He gets another one for being a chick.
:lol: https://www.jamiestillway.com/bio.html Never heard of her before. Nice licks. Certainly likeable.
Sounds like a Woody Allen film soundtrack. Which one?
Jack_Jefferson wrote:
He gets an extra point for the album title.
He gets another one for being a chick.
This puts me in mind of the Tripplettes from Belleville soundtrack. Which is a very good thing. =)
musikalia wrote:
Me three! Very nice indeed. :yes:
Affirmative!! I had to check that it wasn't the Dave Grisman Quintet (man, that cd rocks!) This is pretty good too!
Hey, I think I like it......
Dylan76 wrote:
I thought it was the Dawg until I looked. Very nice.
Me three! Very nice indeed. :yes:
araujokrl wrote:
good for a silent film
Suggestions please. (Start a new forum thread?)
good for a silent film
amazing lick. just amazing. :guitarist:
so nice. speaking of the Dawg, why is it that i haven't heard anything from the DGQ classic first album here or for that matter the rest of that great genre (Tony Rice et al..)? :ask:
nice transition, bill!
slartibart_O wrote:
egg-sellent.... nice cover art too considering the album title. very early franz klinish. (kline as a kiddo)
I thought it was Bobo the chimp. Like the music, though.
Dylan76 wrote:
I thought it was the Dawg until I looked. Very nice.
very nice!
Sounds like Steve Howe!
Oh, my! That was a swwwwwweeeeet lick!
AlienRelic wrote:
Damn. The music budget takes another hit.... :cool:
Mine too... but well worth it.
Me recuerda al gran Django Reindhart :guitarist:
Damn. The music budget takes another hit.... :cool:
egg-sellent.... nice cover art too considering the album title. very early franz klinish. (kline as a kiddo)
dianneluna wrote:
it's got a decent rag feel (kind of Grateful Dawg). Happy. Listenable.
I thought it was the Dawg until I looked. Very nice.
Great cover art. :smile:
highwindows wrote:
Love it - reminiscent of Django & the Hot club
Heh, based on that, now I need to go find and listen to some Django Reinhardt! Sounds like yet another great musician I've never heard of. :smile:
Jack_Jefferson wrote:
He gets an extra point for the album title.
eh eh eh eh eh eh...hey Beavis eh eh eh....he said mell of a hess. eh eh eh...he got his mords wixed up...eh eh eh...
Love it - reminiscent of Django & the Hot club :bananajam:
picked up my mood.
He gets an extra point for the album title.
drtjdel wrote:
I've got a very similar picture hanging on my refrigerator.
:lol:
Sounds a bit like Tommy Emmanuel. Only Tommy's better.
I've got a very similar picture hanging on my refrigerator.
wow!
nice pickin'
That's what Supergrass, on their road to rouen, called coffee in the pot!
I'm sure there was a 3 rating given but it seems the guy changed his rating. I wonder is it because of following others' opinions or is it the beauty of the song.
She rocks! She rocks very well! This is definitely on my List Of Albums To Buy In The Very Near Future.
iTuner wrote:
fun toe tapping song
yup!
fun toe tapping song
it's got a decent rag feel (kind of Grateful Dawg). Happy. Listenable.
Very nice!
It's nice.