On a fall evening in October 2013, California-based duo Misner & Smith played to a packed house at Seattle's' Empty Sea Studios - a craftsman house turned into a recording studio and listening room. Now, you can experience that concert "better than live" through this HD concert film.
With multiple cameras and CD-quality sound, this episode of Live From Empty Sea brings the intimate listening environment into your living room.
On October 25, 2013, California-based duo Misner & Smith played to a packed house at Seattle's' Empty Sea Studios - a craftsman house turned into a recording studio and listening room. Now, you can experience that concert "better than live" through this HD concert film.
Welding the propulsive grace of fiddle styles to disarmingly open-hearted original pop songs, Laura Cortese has emerged among the most intriguing and versatile, musicians in the bountiful New England post-folk scene. At home in any number of traditional styles, her highly-visible work as a supporting musician (on fiddle, vocals, and bass) includes appearances with Jocie Adams (Low Anthem), Uncle Earl, Tao Seeger, Band of Horses, and - as part of Pete Seeger's 90th birthday celebration at Madison Square Garden - Patterson Hood and Michael Franti.
Featuring Interviews and performances from Alice Gerrard, Ann Savoy, Rhiannon Giddens of The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Ruthie Foster, Deanna Bogart, Gaye Adegbalola, Eden Brent and some amazing women you never know existed!
The acoustic guitar is able to produce a sound that is very different than its electric brother. Its use of natural vibrations, rather than electronic assistance, generates more soothing, calmer tones. In this, the first release of the series, 'Acoustic Fingerstyle - Folk & Americana', our host Max Milligan shows how to get the most out of the acoustic guitar, teaching ways and techniques used by the professionals such as Joan Baez, Paul Simon and Bob Dylan, to develop into a fingerstyle of your very own.
This incredible performance was recorded in front of a packed house of adoring fans at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, California on January 21, 2007. On this, his first concert film, Donovan performs all his legendary hits and cult classics.
This film reviews the years from late-1978 to the release of 1989's Oh Mercy - an album that was seen by many as a huge return to form. This period of Bob Dylan's life and career is one of the most controversial, fascinating and misunderstood of all.
Although it can be difficult to detect the influences in the work of Leonard Cohen, he was informed by a far-reaching list of musicians, writers, poets and philosophies. In Lonesome Heroes, the scope and detail of his artistic inspirations are put under the microscope. It is no surprise to find Bob Dylan and Judy Collins included; he was deeply affected by performers such as Hank Williams.
This is the story of Bob Dylan and The Band, the legendary amateur recordings that they made together in Woodstock, their re-invention of American music, and their continued relationship during the late 1960s and 1970s. Featuring rare footage, archival interviews, and the music that changed the world. This is the finest program on Dylan and The Band's respective and communal careers yet to emerge.
It's the story of Koerner, Ray, and Glover – three notable American music originals, told with characteristic wit, grit and irreverence by those who lived it. This Tony Glover directed documentary contains performances, interviews and rare archival footage of the acoustic blues trio, as well as '95 and '07 chapter updates, and 9 bonus live performances from '91-'99. . The original film has been updated by Glover with album-by-album postscripts, 10 full-length performances, and more. It also includes special appearances by Willie Murphy and Bill Hinkley.