Listen Hear! is a periodic (probably irregular) feature covering what I'm listening to these days. Feel free to comment and let me know what you are listening to these days.
Here's a few of the new CDs I've been spinning lately. At least...fairly new. I don't always get stuff right away, but that's ok!
Michael DeLalla is a local guitarist. You can visit his site, Falling Mountain Music. Looks like he is working on a new tour. He does tour pretty regularly and I would suggest you go see him, very entertaining. His new CD, this is how i disappear is available at his site or CDbaby.
I'm so glad to see Mike Fekete put out another album. I love his playing and his compositions. Great to see his piece, "The Sacred Monster Blues" committed to this new effort. I've heard it live a time or two, good stuff. Check out Dakota Territory Blues at mikefekete.com.
Ah, and then I have a duo of Tompkins Square releases. TS has been busy lately and I'm behind on releases. But these are the two that are spinning furiously in the player at the moment And furious might be an apt description of some of the playing here! Imaginational Anthem hits a surprising volume #5! Who'd a thunk it? It's not quite the line-up of newbies and unknowns that we were treated to in the initial IA. But then isn't that to be expected by Vol. five? Bill Orcutt gets the best song title award for "John Fahey Commemorative Beer Can."
Rounding out the duo is Daniel Bachman's Seven Pines. Bachman is touring like a madman, even making two stops here in Colorado to my surprise, very exciting!! So dig up his schedule and watch for him. You can get the TS releases at http://www.tompkinssquare.com and widely at your favorite shop.
That's it for now. I plan on this being a regular feature and I hope you dig it!
February 17, 2013
February 5, 2013
Celestial Explosion due out on Tompkins Square on Feb 26th, 2013
"Actually John Fahey and I met on a few occasions and also corresponded sporadically. He did , in fact, record a number of my tunes but would not give me writers credit. That was John!"