Something which isn’t immediately apparent until you get to know the songs intimately is the astounding ‘honesty’ in the recordings.
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John Lennon at his most eloquent, his thoughts beautifully animated in this film produced by Jerry Levitan, who interviewed him at the age of 14 in1969.
From our Numubu webcaston 26th April 2014: our cover of Larry Norman's beautiful song "Goodbye Farewell"Samuel is playing our Tanglewood TW15CE-B guitar and I'm on my old Mugen "the '78"To receive … Continue Reading ››
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Rare opportunity to see Cordner & Rudolph in England!
This is a complete version of this song from one of our first live webcasts in April 2014. You may have seen a snippet of it if you watched the “highlights” video.
It’s probably Neil Finn’s most famous “Melbourne song”, the achingly beautiful Four Seasons In One Day, from my favourite Crowded House album, Woodface.
I enjoyed our last webcast so much that I’m doing another one on 25/26th April, 2014 (depending on your timezone!) ♫ To find out the exact time in your timezone, see my amazing time-chart at bit.ly/dcwebcast3
DC Cardwell will be making his first ever live webcast on 17th & 18th April, 2014, via the NuMuBu music network.
Yesterday a Facebook friend of mine, Bill Mallonee, posed the following question: “10 life changing records. (I know! It’s impossible!) Don’t over think it.” Well, you know what? I did over-think it. I felt that if you’re going to describe something as life-changing it had better be something that really did have some concrete effect on your existence.
You truly are “supporting the arts” if you purchase CDs from people like us.
I believe that social networking has had the most profound impact on the relationship between musician and listener since the twin-pronged technological advances of recording and broadcasting in the early 20th century.