Fumanchewd/forum/images/avatars/gallery/business/default.pngoffline22 Oct 17, 20:09
As I get older, I really enjoy stripped down music. Give me some music on real instruments with real songwriters and no BS. I first heard Nick Drake on the Royal Tenenbaum's soundtrack, and while I loved Fly, I never bothered to investigate his other songs. Out of his 3 1/2 albums he made before his supposed suicide, there is some wonderful stuff.
I just bought his Fruit Tree compilation.
You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.
Mark/forum/images/avatars/gallery/business/8.pngoffline17 Jan 18, 19:21
Turns out, there's a band living next door to me. Today, they're filming a video and they asked me to be in it. They wanted to shovel my driveway and catch it on camera. Here's an example of their music. They play in the St. Paul/Minneapolis venues.
Mark/forum/images/avatars/gallery/business/8.pngoffline21 Jan 18, 18:25
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Lukas Koennig/forum/images/avatars/gallery/first/user2353/3.pngoffline25 Feb 18, 22:39
Best regards, Lukas
Mark/forum/images/avatars/gallery/business/8.pngoffline31 Mar 18, 23:53
From my Russian friends, Leonid Vorobyev and Sergey Kashirin. I asked them to record this next about five months ago and they just got the final mixing done yesterday.
Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters is known to bring a person from the audience up on stage during concerts to play along during a song. Most strum a few chords, then hand the guitar back to Grohl in panic. Last night in Austin, he called this guy up on stage. It's really good. The fan has been identified as Yayo Sanchez. Brought a smile to my face. Contains language.