Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Bucketeer » Fri Apr 27, 2018

Blue Angel wrote:
Bucketeer wrote:409 - Junior Brown & The Beach Boys

Junior Brown! Awesome video.


Here's anther one from Junior. He lives in the Austin, TX area. His self-designed guitar is called a "guit-steel", and is built by an Austin guitar maker. You can buy one for $2500. His wife plays rhythm in the video. This is Junior's Surf Medley.

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Postby Bucketeer » Fri Apr 27, 2018

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby natsb88 » Fri Apr 27, 2018

I think I have posted these guys here before, but it's worth posting again IMO. Pan.a.ce.a was a local central PA rock band in the 2000s. The drummer was a teacher at my high school and they were becoming quite popular locally around the time I graduated. Over the next few years they played shows throughout the northeast, opened for some bigger names, got local radio time, and got some national play on satellite radio. They had production connections to The Badless and Breaking Benjamin. They were still gaining popularity, but the lead singer wanted to make music a career, where the rest of the band had regular jobs and families. He shifted his focus to a solo project and said he would continue with Pan.a.ce.a as well, but that didn't last long. They disbanded in 2011.

I think the general vibe of We the Broken suits BullionStacker well ;)



Don't Walk Away was their other official music video.



Everything is Different is another of my favorites. Here's the album version and a live version.

It's a bummer to think about what could have been for these guys. I don't think Farley's solo career took him very far. His website was taken over by Asian spam and the last post on his Facebook page is from 2015 :|

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Shortstack McAygee » Fri Apr 27, 2018

Anybody into Mississippi hill country blues? This one by R.L. Burnside is a bit "jazzed up" for public consumption. May have heard it on an episode of The Sopranos...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzC_rGX-XyM




Any Chris Smither fans out there? Just a man & his guitar. I think it takes balls to be a solo act. Song starts around the 1:30 mark, but the intro is an interesting tidbit, too...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKlF-JYsYNg




And now for something completely different. :lol: Ever hear of "desert blues" from West Africa? Guy's father was pretty popular, but did more traditional music. Perhaps an acquired taste? Long jam to chill out to in the background, kinda reggae-ish...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XubWNxehhLM

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Purple and Gold » Sat Apr 28, 2018

I havent seen any mention of country music songs yet. Some here may know him and ive always liked this guy and this song. Brantley is giving a companion dog to a needy veteran every week this spring during his tour, now thats special :clap:

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Rik Bitter » Sat Apr 28, 2018

Are you wearing socks? Time to rock them off.

My son turned me on to a band called Maylene and the Sons of Disaster after seeing them at a Christian music festival in New Jersey. I was a bit skeptical because I remember all the horrible, derivative, secular knock-off Christian bands from he 80s. Was I in for a surprise...

Even if the music isn't your cup-o-tea, you'll at least appreciate the tribute to the movie Deliverance.



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Postby Bucketeer » Sat Apr 28, 2018

Johnny Cash - The Beast in Me.

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Postby Rik Bitter » Sun Apr 29, 2018

I think I first heard this band on our local college radio station. (U of Penn) The female singer is from Germany, the other band members are from France and the UK. They do lot of old covers done in a rockabilly style. The guest singer Mark "Sparky" Phillips (who is featured on several of their tracks) is from a Welsh psychobilly (punk + rockabilly) band called Demented Are Go. I don't think he's as old as he looks. Judging from the Wikipedia page, he seems to be living the rock and roll lifestyle to the fullest.

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Purple and Gold » Sun Apr 29, 2018

Rik Bitter wrote:Are you wearing socks? Time to rock them off.
My son turned me on to a band called Maylene and the Sons of Disaster..


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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Shortstack McAygee » Mon Apr 30, 2018

What better way to soothe the somber soul than to introduce some fun & humor. :mrgreen:


Another who gained some popularity via YouTube, called schmoyoho. Been around for years. Maybe heard of them, maybe not.

Here's what they do, quite bluntly, per their website...

We make songs out of things that were previously not songs. Then we post videos on YouTube.

Basically taking sampling (of others' non-music videos) to a whole new level, which includes some pitch-tuning.


A few of my favorites...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcJFdCmN98s




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMjcDbYxS3M




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZcRU0Op5P4

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Postby Bucketeer » Mon Apr 30, 2018

Rik Bitter wrote:I think I first heard this band on our local college radio station. (U of Penn) The female singer is from Germany, the other band members are from France and the UK. They do lot of old covers done in a rockabilly style. The guest singer Mark "Sparky" Phillips (who is featured on several of their tracks) is from a Welsh psychobilly (punk + rockabilly) band called Demented Are Go. I don't think he's as old as he looks. Judging from the Wikipedia page, he seems to be living the rock and roll lifestyle to the fullest.


+10 Great post Rik
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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby DRP270 » Mon Apr 30, 2018




OK, I keep coming back to this for a listen. Tarantinoesque for sure. Being a big band Jazz/Swing/Boogie, etc. guy I need to check our this electro-swing music.
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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby agnostic » Mon Apr 30, 2018

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Rik Bitter » Tue May 01, 2018

DRP270 wrote:


OK, I keep coming back to this for a listen. Tarantinoesque for sure. Being a big band Jazz/Swing/Boogie, etc. guy I need to check our this electro-swing music.


Happy to oblige. Here's some tasty electroswing selections...



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Postby Shortstack McAygee » Tue May 01, 2018

I'm not a *huge* fan or expert of electro swing, but the stuff I've heard prior to this thread is pretty cool, and can definitely see why some dig it.

Kinda popular in this genre (supposedly one of the pioneers) is Parov Stelar.

Here's my contributions by him...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eco4z98nIQY




And I'm not particularly one to watch men dance ( :lol: ), but jeez, this YouTuber-dude's got some moves here & there... :shock:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twqM56f_cVo

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Bucketeer » Tue May 01, 2018

Youtube - Good Vibrations by Brian Wilson. the way the song was meant to be played until Carl Love stole the song.
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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Rik Bitter » Fri May 04, 2018

This just randomly popped up in my recommended feed on YouTube.

Punk is not dead, it apparently just moved to the Gold Coast of Australia.

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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby jjklavins » Wed May 09, 2018

Daddy Cool - Eagle Rock - 1971 - Aussie rock for Aussies - never caught on in the USA, but great tune nonetheless :o)

https://youtu.be/XR5IBQeoTPY
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Re: Sonic Salve To Soothe The Somber Soul

Postby Rik Bitter » Wed May 09, 2018

Howza bout a little more punk.

Meet Kim, Ronny and Roy, The Muffs. I never understood why this band wasn't more popular, their music is just plain fun.



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