VASHTI BUNYAN

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Taken from the Mutual Benefit‘s Full Album Cover of Vashti Bunyan’s “Just Another Diamond Day.”

“This release is exclusive to SOUNDS DELICIOUS and is vinyl-only (although the record includes a MP3 download of the album) – so the only way to get a copy is by joining the club.”






“Witty, melancholy songs, arranged and performed with such careful skill and a natural unforced originality. David Garland and his friends have done it again!”  —Robert Wyatt (Soft Machine, etc., etc.), 2010


‘The Long View’ featuring David Garland: vocal, 12-string guitar, quartertone toy pianos; Sean Lennon: vocal; Charlotte Kemp Muhl: vocal; Vashti Bunyan: vocals (during coda). The song appears on the forthcoming full-length “Conversations with the Cinnamon Skeleton,” released on January 17th, 2012. Also contributing for the album are drummer Otto Hauser (Vetiver, Espers) and the Osso string quartet (Sufjan Stevens, Clogs).


David Garland is a composer/singer/multi-instrumentalist, and is known for his innovative radio shows Spinning On Air and Evening Music on WNYC-FM 93.9 in New York City.


David Garland – How To

Taken from David Garland’s 2003 album “On the Other Side of the Window” (Review Records), featuring Karen Mantler on vocal and harmonica by Karen Mantler.

David Garland – I Guess I Wasn’t Made for These Times

David Garland – In My Room

Both tracks are taken from David Garland’s 1993 album “I Guess I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times: David Garland performs Brian Wilson” which was released in Japan (「駄目な僕 – パフォームズ・ブライアン・ウィルソン」MSI). Cover art by Rodney Alan Greenblat.

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.