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JOAN SHELLEY / guitars, vocals, dobro, baritone ukulele
NATHAN SALSBURG / acoustic and electric guitars
JAMES ELKINGTON / piano, Dobro, organ
JEFF TWEEDY / bass, Theravox, electric guitar
SPENCER TWEEDY / drums and percussion


Produced by Jeff Tweedy


Engineered and mixed by Tom Schick at The Loft in Chicago December 2016.

via No Quarter Records. 



新作『Talent Night At The Ashram』も間近。そして、もうすぐ!12/12から来日するソニー・スミスが、エドワード・スノーデンやノーム・チョムスキー、ジェシー・ウェアやエンジェル・オルセンとともに、Brooklyn Veganブログで挙げた”Sonny Smith’s Top 10 of 2014”で、このルイヴィルのバンド、ファミリードッグを発見!  
ソニー・スミス・ジャパンツアーの日程はコチラ。ちなみに同記事内には、新たにツアーに向けてフレッシュ&オンリーズのシェイド・サーディン(SF名所、最近ではジェシカ・プラットもお勤めしているAmoebaレコード店のベテラン店員でもある)が新たに参加とも。スゴイな。来るのかな?

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Sonny & The Sunsets – Cheap Extensions
taken from Sonny & The Sunsets’ upcoming album,”Talent Night at the Ashram,” available for pre-order HERE.

Directed/Animated by Teppei Ando
Written for screen by Sonny Smith & Teppei Ando



Liberation Living Room: Will Oldham (Ohio Riverboat Song – Palace Music) 


Liberation Living Room is a children’s concert & discussion web series created by Jacob Duncan, the leader of the jazz folk/rock band, Liberation Prophecy. Here is an excerpt from the first Liberation Living Room episode. Will Oldham (Bonnie “Prince” Billy) is our special guest. He is accompanied by Liberation Prophecy. This episode takes place at Greenhaus in Louisville, KY, a locally and family-owned furniture store, for an audience of children and puppets. The puppets are provided by Squallis Puppeteers, which is run by Shawn Hennessy and Nora Christensen.

WATCH more :: Here, and Here
Liberation Living Room: Will Oldham/Bonnie Prince Billy
Liberation Living Room: Will Oldham (I Am Goodbye-Palace Music)
 

James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg – The Queue Outside The Night Ministry


James Elkington & Nathan Salsburg: Believer Field by Nathan Salsburg
From “Avos,” released on Tompkins Square in August, 2011. Recorded and mixed by Jonathan Schenke at Soungs, Chicago; mastered by Blaise Barton, Scientific Mastering, Chicago.


James Elkington moved from London to Chicago around the turn of the millennium and has since released a string of albums as leader of The Zincs for Thrill Jockey Records. After dissolving the band in 2008, Elkington has concentrated on acoustic, folk-tinged music with his band The Horse’s Ha (that he shares with Freakwater’s Janet Bean), culminating in the release of their debut album, “Of The Cathmawr Yards” in 2009. He is also the owner/operator of a clunky solo career, and moonlights convincingly as the guitar player in Jon Langford’s (of The Mekons) Skull Orchard.


Nathan Salsburg – Sought & Hidden

Back Home In Bogenbrook by Nathan Salsburg
From “Affirmed,” forthcoming on the No Quarter label, November 15, 2011. Recorded in Louisville, Kentucky, at the Funeral Home by Kevin Ratterman; mixed and mastered by Blaise Barton at Scientific Mastering in Chicago.

Nathan Salsburg was born in that Diamond City, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania—she of anthracite glimmer and Babe Ruth’s 1926 long ball—and is a longtime resident of Louisville, Kentucky. He is a folklorist and a producer and presenter of traditional music for East Village Radio, the Drag City imprint Twos & Fews, and the Alan Lomax Archive, among other outlets. His first solo record is called Affirmed, and it’s about race horses—Affirmed, Bold Ruler, and Eight Belles, specifically—and desire and reckonings of the spirit. It’s an almost entirely instrumental affair, save his elegiac rendering of the traditional tune “The False True Love.”

—An excerpt from M.C. Taylor’s notes for “Affirmed”

Sleepover Show #58
Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley (Maiden Radio)
‘The Trawlerman’s Song’ (Vashti Bunyan cover)
Watch the rest of the show at sleepovershows.com

Daniel Martin Moore – The Trawlerman’s Song  (via You Ain’t No Picasso)

Taken from the session of Daniel Martin Moore with Joan Shelley for the Sleepover Show in Boston, MA. Daniel Martin Moore is a singer and songwriter from the great Commonwealth of Kentucky. His new folk/gospel album “In the Cool of the Day” which was released early this year, has been available via Sub Pop. Recently Ol Kentuck  Records just started by Daniel has released the second full-length album “Lullabies” by Louisville’s female folk trio, Maiden Radio featuring Joan Shelley, Julia Purcell and Cheyenne Marie Mize. Available on their bandcamp.






A fiddle player in Louisville’s folk Collective Arnett Hollow, also Ben Sollee, Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Daniel Martin Moore collaborator, Cheyenne Marie Mize with Kevin Ratterman and Ben Sollee performing at Cheer Up Charlie’s during SXSW 2010. They performed the song ‘Rest’ which is taken from Cheyenne Mize’s new 10-songs album  “Before Lately,” out on October 12th, available now digitally at Mize’s Band Camp site.  It was recorded at Danny Kiely’s studio In Room One.


Cheyenne Mize & Bonnie Prince Billy – Kiss Me Again   (via Backseat Sandbar)

‘Kiss Me Again’ is taken from her previous 6-songs 10″ EP, “Among The Gold” (Karate Body/2009) by Cheyenne Mize & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy, now available digitally at Mize’s Band Camp site. This collection comprises six duets of material from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

<a target="_blank" href="http://cheyennemariemize.bandcamp.com/album/among-the-gold" >Only a Dream by Cheyenne Marie Mize</a>

<a target="_blank" href="http://cheyennemariemize.bandcamp.com/album/before-lately" >Best by Cheyenne Marie Mize</a>


Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy presented “Ladies Night”: a double feature of
“A Woman’s Secret” (ニコラス・レイ『ある女の秘密』(1949)
*Scripted by Herman J. Mankiewicz (Citizen Kane)
“Alice In The Cities” (ヴィム・ヴェンダース『都会のアリス』(1974)
@ CINEFAMILY on Thursday, January 7th.

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