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Medicine Show presents The House Concert European Hub & Flyinshoes Review Showcase Room in room 645

The Medicine Show Revue - Davy CowanLes Cowley,  Mark Dean Ellen & Kat Healy will be in residence and playing in other Show Case Rooms across Folk Alliance.

VARIOUS ARTISTS —SIXTIES TRANSITION (Floating World)

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Taken from the archives of the late, Jim Dickinson we have this 20-tracks compilation. A one thst covers a considerable amount of ground, between Dino Valenti's ‘Get Together’ opener on through to Hamilton Camp’s version of Bob Dylan’s ‘The Times They Are A-Changin’ and a lot more in between. among the average there is a host of good stuff is smattered; as you have The Byrds, Leon Russell, The Dillards, David Crosby and The Hillmen among others make sizable contributions.

 

Sure some tracks are for the completist, but in truth after I was for writing off the set before I had given it much time I started to warm the likes of Valenti, Dian & The Greenbriar Boys and SiByrds act, Crosby. Who well and truly nails Hoyt Axton’s moody, swampy ode ‘Willie Jean’ and then for sheer, artistic beauty Russell’s instrumental take of ‘Jamaica farewell’ and ‘Stewball’ aided by Glen Campbell (guitar), Hal Blaine (percussion) and Bill Cunningham (mandolin on the latter) to go with Leon’s harpsichord are exquisite pieces of work. Totally unexpected they help make up for a handful no than average tracks from The Byrds and The Dillards but who between them do offer ‘You Showed Me’, Dylan’s ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’ (Byrds) and from the Ozarks boys a jangling ‘Don’t You Cry’. A song that coincidently has Byrds’ personnel, Hillman (bass) and Michael Clarke (drums) guest. As for Hillman he can also heard with The Gosdin Bros on The Hillmen’s superb Dylan accredited folk-based affairs ‘Faretheewell’ and ‘When My Ship Comes In’ and on staying with Rex and Vern Gosdin I found their version of Dylan's ‘Ramona’ sub-standard, falling way short of Irish girl Sinead Lohan's!   

 

                                                          Maurice Hope 

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The House Concert Hub was founded by (me) Rob Ellen of Medicine Music; Publicist, Promoter, Presenter. Here are some of the artists Medicine Music and I have the privilege to work with, and links to their music and our mailing list. Please consider joining, be first to know what's happening. All of our artists are confirmed House Concert fans and available for your consideration. Also follow our rolling news below in this column.

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Artists If you want to connect directly with hosts promoters, DJ's and publications who are really active on this site and FSR and off. I can help, have a look at our enhanced membership group, I can connect you with and help you maintain your support structure here in Europe, thats what I do.

 I have introduced to Europe with the help of many of the members here and on FlyinShoes Review and the broad/podcasters and reviewers of Europe the likes of I See Hawks In LA, AJ Roach, Nels Andrews, Carry Elkin, Drew Nelson, Robby Hecht, Eric Brace and Peter Cooper, John Byrd, Phil Lee, Tom Mason, Charlie Roth, the list goes on and on and grows by the week.

I hope its of interest, its great work and I love doing it.
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Gal Holiday - New Orleans honky-tonk rockabilly band looking for house concerts in UK, Germany, Benelux, and Switz June 2015

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My name is Kim Vu-Dinh and I manage an independent roots music record label in New Orleans.

One of the bands is called Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue and they will be in Europe June-July 2015.  They are a New Orleans-styled honky-tonk/Americana/rockabilly band, with sets appropriate for both listening rooms and honky-tonk dancehalls.

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my name is Nick Tann. I am a full time singer songwriter based on the south coast of England and I am ready, willing and able to kick off this year booking home concerts all over the UK and Europe. Likened to a mixture of Counting Crows and John Mayer with a twist of Jeff Buckley and Sting for good measure. I love performing in that intimate home environment, it's where I can really be…

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