5 more good new videos Feb 2016

We’ve collected some of the best new videos out at the end of February 2016, enjoy! We had so much fun hunting down these gems, it will hopefully be a returning series of posts.

Here is the first collection: Videos at the start of Feb 2016

Rod Picott and Ed Abiadi(?) – Tecumseh Valley by Townes Van Zandt (with a little bit of Stones’s Dead Flowers) live@1e35circa, Cantù (IT), 2016 feb. 22:

Grammy winner Jason Isbell performs a song off of his album “Something More Than Free on Colbert, If it takes a lifetime:

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Great Album: Dave Rawlings Machine – Nashville Obsolete

“In addition to the kind of 1930s/Depression/ Dust Bowl thing we’ve always had going on, there’s a pretty strong 1970s thing going on, too”
– Gillian Welch

Dave Rawlings machine are Dave Rawlings, Gillian Welch, Willie Watson (guitar) and Punch Brothers’ Paul Kowert on double bass. It sounds like the Gillian Welch albums infused with more Bob Dylan & The Band and Neil Young. It’s a good stew. The latest album from Dave Rawlings Machine, is a 44 minute collection of American music written by Dave Rawlings and Gillian Welch.

Rawlings and Welch have been making music together for many years, releasing albums and playing concerts both under the name “Gillian Welch” and “Dave Rawlings Machine”, I guess, depending upon which one of them is doing most of the lead singing. Dave’s voice is a bit more prominent on the Dave Rawlings albums, and they sound a bit less Apalachian or old-time country music.

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