Introducing Harvest Revisited…
MOJO’s Harvest Revisited Free CD for Issue No. 207 (Feb 2011), re-recorded by Villagers, Phosphorescent, Doug Paisley, Smoke Fairies, Neville Skelly, Chip Taylor, Jane Weaver, Kelley Stoltz, Sam Amidon and Danny And The Champions Of The World.
Neil Young photos: Getty Images / Doug Paisley photo: Lee Towndrow
Phosphorescent – Are You Ready For The Country?
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Spectre Folk known as a project of Brooklyn’s Pete Nolan (of the Magik Markers drummer, and founder of the Arbitrary Signs record label) has a new EP “The Blackest Medicine, Vol. 2,” which is due out on March 29th via Woodsist. ‘The Blackest Medicine’ is a reworked version, originally appeared on Limited 2007 S/T LP via Woodsist. The latest incarnation of Spectre Folk includes Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) ran drums, Peter Meehan (The Grey Lady) glued guitar and Aaron Mullan (Tall Firs).
Bart Davenport is back with his new album “Searching For Bart Davenport” (out now on Tapete Records), an entire album of covers.
Bart Davenport grew up in California, devoured his hippie parents’ vinyl collection and learned to play guitar at 8 years. He was frontman for The Loved Ones and The Kinetics. His first Solo Album Bart Davenport came out in 2002. He has toured with Kings Of Convenience and opened for many of his heroes, including Arthur Lee, Robyn Hitchcock, Jonathan Richman and John Lee Hooker. His second Solo album Game Preserve came out in 2003, Maroon Cocoon followed in 2005. The absolutely brilliant Palaces came out in 2008. Bart is also the singer in Honeycut.
1. COME ON, LET’S GO (Broadcast)
2. CAYMAN ISLANDS (Kings of Convenience)
3. MARIA BETHANIA (Caetano Veloso)
4. I THINK I HAD NO ARMS (Sandycoates)
5. YOU GET BRIGHTER (Incredible Stringband)
6. AUTUMN LULLABY (Bridget St. John)
7. WONDER PEOPLE (I DO WONDER) (Love / Arthur Lee)
8. EVERYONE’S IN LOVE WITH YOU (David Byrne)
9. RAMBLIN’S GONNA BE THE DEATH OF ME (Bert Jansch)
10. BLUES RUN THE GAME (Jackson C. Frank)
11. IN THE DARK (The Changes)
12. BETTER DAYS AHEAD (Gil Scott-Heron)
Here’s a opening track from Cass McCombs‘ forthcoming fifth-and-a-half album “Wit’s End” which is due out on April 12th via Domino. It took two years for recording in various homes and studios in California, New York, New Jersey and Chicago, and the album was produced by Cass with Ariel Rechtshaid (of Foreign Born).
‘Today is our Life’ is a new track taken from their upcoming second LP.