Tag Archives: Acoustic

SONG OF THE DAY Steve Gunn – New Moon

I love it when you listen to music for the first time and it just sinks effortlessly in right from the start, its appeal evident from the beginning…Today’s song was like that and whilst I have little idea what the … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Clark – Cold at Dusk

Possessing the same magical traits as his Dad, Michael Clark’s music is woven intricately around heartfelt lyrics and natural imagery.  Swirling around like the early morning mist, his gentle sound settles delicately and unassumingly upon the ears, demanding nothing, but … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Clark – Something To Be Won

Earlier this month I discovered the magical sounds of Michael Clark.  Following in his fathers footsteps, but forging out his own path I hasten to add, Clark is the son of the late (and most great) Gavin Clark . To date he … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Michael Clark – End Is Near

When I heard this song on the radio the other day my ears instantly pricked up, the voice reminded me of Gavin Clark and I really liked its sound, but little did I realise how close I was and what … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Robbie Basho – Basho’s Blues

If you enjoyed yesterdays song, then you’re in for a treat, for I have more Robbie Basho goodness to share!!…and oh what goodness this is! Known for pioneering American primitive guitar, a fingerstyle devised by John Fahey in the late … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Robbie Basho – Blue Crystal Fire

In the mid-60’s when the sounds of Indian music began filtering into Western mainstream pop, Ravi Shankar was one of the pioneering artists to introduce this exotic sound. The Beatles and many other bands of that era began incorporating the … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Joseph Malik – Mixed Combination

Internationally acclaimed vocalist, producer and DJ, Joseph Malik is set to return with a new album later this month. Releasing via UK’s Ramrock Records, Diverse Part 2 is a record that is very much rooted in the present tense, whilst reaching back … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Gavin Clark – Bermondsey Stutter

You know, I would’ve sworn that I’ve featured this song before and wouldn’t have doubted it for a minute had I not been looking for it on here today…but I haven’t!!  How I’ve never shared Bermondsey Stutter before I’ll never know.  … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY CADE – Fruit Fly

The biggest challenge writing today’s post was deciding which song to pick from CADE’s debut album which releases today on Mirfield, UK’s Fox Food Records. No stranger to the LP Blog (read more here), I would describe the Toronto singer-songwiter as … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Isaac gracie – That Was Then (live at konk studios)

Isaac Gracie emerged in 2015 with a handful of songs that had been recorded in his bedroom.  Just like many other DIY artists out there, Gracie relied wholly on self-promotion and home-made recordings, and it was with this material that … Continue reading

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