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Drums, bass, electric guitar, electric cello. Lots of potential. I sang in Cottonwood for about ten years. We had a playlist of over a hundred songs, of which a dozen were my originals. We released two CDs which can still be purchased on Amazon and a few other places. Upbeat, harmony-intensive acoustic music. We played gigs as far east as Indiana and as far west as San Francisco, but mostly stayed in Colorado. I understand they will have a different name. Obviously, I need to check Amazon more often. Cylinder Preservations and Digitization Project,.
Dept of Special Collections, Donald C. Cylinder recordings were the earliest commercially produced sound recordings. This site has music and speech from as long ago as , including a bunch of stuff from the World War I era, and music from other countries. We live in an interesting time.
Yet, with a click of a button, I summon them in less than a second. Merlin would faint. Cultural Equity. Alan Lomax recorded thousands of folk musicians before it was cool. He lugged massive recorders powered by car batteries into the swamps and backwoods. If not for him, many of the songs we take for granted would have been lost forever. Cultural Equity has digitized 17, of these old recordings and put them online for you to listen to for free. Lomax never made money at this, neither have his kids.
Early Music Colorado. Eddie From Ohio. They are actually from Virginia. Elderly Instruments. Tommy Emmanuel. Perhaps the best finger style guitarist in the world comes from Australia. His CDs are good, but this is a guy to see in person. I spent an afternoon with a dozen other guitarists in a workshop with him. At one point, he asked each of us to play something. When it was my turn, my hands were shaking. That guy just tore it up. Later that night, after he finished playing to a crowd of 5,, he still remembered me and said hi.
The following day I stopped at one of the festival vendors to get some coffee.
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Three people were sitting nearby just playing for fun. I stopped to listen.
They completely ignored these un-amplified amateurs. But I recognize good music, and these three kids were smoking hot, so I stood there alone and listened. After a song or two, by sheer coincidence, Tommy came over and stood next to me, also impressed. We exchanged whispered comments on their licks and drank our coffee. After a few songs, we started chatting with them. The kid handed it to Tommy and he played us a tune as only he can. Then he shook our hands and was off to play at the big stage. Luckily, Tommy tours the US nearly constantly now. His CDs are available on Amazon.
Creative, energetic and talented young acapella group in Colorado. It feels to me like they are right on the edge of breaking onto the national stage. Just about everyone in the group has a good solo voice, and the guy who does vocal percussion will blow you away. Somehow he does the lead guitar part while doing the drum part, all vocally, and then the drum solo. Especially if you live in Colorado, try to see these guys. Filk Music. Thousands of performers, hundreds of events. I mention it here just in case you are unaware of this huge group of interesting and talented musicians.
Among the nicest folks in the world. Information on them on Wikipedia.
Folk Alley. This is a cool Internet radio station from Kent State in Ohio. Plus links to many other resources. Nathan Gunn. In the world of opera and other big voices, it seems like the tenors get all the media attention.