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A Ukulele Neil Young World

In Neil Young’s recent acceptance speech at the Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame ceremony, he mentioned his dad buying him a ukulele as a kid. He’s also quoted in Shakey: … Continue reading

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The Church – “Man Woman Life Death Infinity”

A new album from the Church. These guys have been making music for a long time – this is album, what, 25 or something? You’d think they’d have lost it … Continue reading

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Petty Days

Tom Petty’s death made more of an impact on me than most of the many musician deaths there’ve been over the last couple of years. Partly because it was so … Continue reading

October 5, 2017 · 6 Comments

Farewell Green Leaves: UK Autumnal Folk

From last year, a mix I made for the Aquarium Drunkard website: Farewell Green Leaves: UK Autumnal Folk

October 1, 2017 · Leave a comment

New Music from Old People

I write that blog title in a joking way because I’m approaching middle age myself. Who am I kidding? I’ve approached it, poked it cautiously with a long stick and … Continue reading

September 27, 2017 · Leave a comment

Birds of a Feather: Pat Metheny’s “New Chautauqua” & John Abercrombie’s “Characters”

Sometimes an album seems so unique that you can’t imagine anything else quite like it. Sometimes you’re wrong.  After living with guitarist Pat Metheny’s 1979 recording New Chautauqua for decades … Continue reading

September 19, 2017 · Leave a comment

Ron Korb – “Asia Beauty”

I recently wrote a profile for a local magazine on Canadian flutist Ron Korb.  To be honest, I hadn’t heard of him before, but after listening to some of his … Continue reading

September 8, 2017 · Leave a comment

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