2012 JF.net Comp

Trellis
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Post by Trellis »

Cool - I haven't heard Daniel Romano, will check him out.

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Post by el caballo loco »

Sounds great, Trellis. There's A lot of good, old-school country & western coming outta Canada these days. Have you listened to Daniel Romano? Strongly recommended.

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Post by Trellis »

Thanks!

I know it's too late, but I've found a2012 song, Night Garden by Nick Ferrio and His Feelings. There's a link to it in the top right hand corner of his web page, http://www.nickferrio.com/

Also, there's an excellent review of his stuff from No Depression:
http://www.nodepression.com/profiles/bl ... s-feelings

Anyway, if you take a minute to listen, I think you'll enjoy his old country style.

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Post by manshank »

yes thank you Gdavis for putting this together again. Very nice indeed. Really like the Ry Cooder and Patterson Hood cuts..................

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Post by BoogieMan »

calexico wrote:Enjoying this a lot. Some great stuff here. The Lucero track is excellent. Loosegoats is fantastic.
I would like to recommend to you an album called The Rough And Rynge by Christian Kjellvander, the singer of Loosegoats. Really cool stuff

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Post by calexico »

Enjoying this a lot. Some great stuff here. The Lucero track is excellent. Loosegoats is fantastic.

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Post by gdavis5446 »

Grifterwithafunnylittleha wrote:Hi GDavis,

Did you follow the rule for the order of the songs from last year?

If you did, it's uncanny the feeling of passing time on this board.

An excellent bit of order and songs.

Real Galloping Sport Pony

p.s. Probably asked this question before.
For the most part the tracks are in the order they were sent to me.

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Post by turpentim »

Apologies if this was already mentioned, but I just discovered that this Denver bunch is a side project of Blitzen Trapper. Fantastic stuff!

Tim in the ATL

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Post by Grifterwithafunnylittleha »

Hi GDavis,

Did you follow the rule for the order of the songs from last year?

If you did, it's uncanny the feeling of passing time on this board.

An excellent bit of order and songs.

Real Galloping Sport Pony

p.s. Probably asked this question before.

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Post by gdavis5446 »

el caballo loco wrote:
Antelope850 wrote:
el caballo loco wrote:
gdavis5446 wrote:7. Hot Dënver #1 - Dënver (Antelope850)
These guys are phenomenal! Had never heard of them until today.
It's a great album. One of my favorites this year.
Yeah, I just grabbed it this morning. Fantastic!

http://liveandbreathing.com/denver/denver-the-way-it-is
Looks like they got vinyl and a Roadhouse inspired video too.
http://tunes.mamabirdrecordingco.com/album/denver

http://vimeo.com/mamabirdrc/denver-thewayitis-official

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Post by calexico »

Nabbing it right now. Cheers to everyone and have a great 2013.

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half-n-half wrote:
el caballo loco wrote:

I just grabbed it this morning. Fantastic!
:)
Gotta make sure it's still there. :P

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Post by Left A Slide »

With ya on Fortune Teller

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Post by BoogieMan »

Haha, i was listening to the compilation and the thought one of the tracks sounded remarkably similar to Christian Kjellvander and then I saw it was his band Loosegoats on there!

Great stuff gdavis!

I dig the Lucero track. Splitter is a great Calexico track, but I've also been digging Fortune Teller off the new album a whole lot

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Post by half-n-half »

el caballo loco wrote:

I just grabbed it this morning. Fantastic!
:)

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