Our Corner of the Rock 'n' Roll Life
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States: Connecticut, Conn, CT, Maine, ME, Massachusetts, Mass,
MA, New Hampshire, N.H., NH, Rhode Island, R.I., RI, Vermont, VT.
Styles, genres: alt folk, alternative folk, alt country, alternative country, alt rock, alternative rock, bluegrass, country music, country rock, country western, singer songwriter, folk singer-songwriter, fusion, jazz, rhythm and blues, R&B, rock and roll, rock n roll, roots music, roots rock, string band, stringband, swing band.
BEAVER BROWN: "Wild Summer Nights" b/w "Tender Years" (45, Coastline, 1980).
KATE CALLAHAN: Hartford Advocate Grand Band Slam.
JUD CASWELL: "Lost and Found" (CD, Alderdown Music ALD0401, 2004). Robby Coffin, "Fahrenheit 451" Ray Bradbury, Paul Schaffner.
CHARLES RIVER VALLEY BOYS: "Bluegrass and Old Timey Music" (CD, Prestige PRCD-24280-2, 2003). Club 47, John Cooke, Harvard Square, Clay Jackson, Tex Logan; Fritz Richmond, washtub bass; Eric Sackheim, Bob Siggins, Ethan Signer, Tulla's Coffee Grinder, Joe Val, wash tub bass.
CHARMS: So Pretty (CD-EP, Primary Voltage Records VOLT010, 2004). The Charms, Farfisa organ, Kat Kina, Ellie Vee.
BILL CHINNOCK: "Promised Land" (CD, East Coast ECR 004, 2003), "Out on the Borderline" (CD, East Point EP 003-2, 1992). "Alive at the Loft," Atlantic Records, "Badlands," Bangor Auditorium, "Dimestore Heroes," "Dime Store Heroes," North Country Records.
CLEAN LIVING: Paul Lambert, Robert "Tex" LaMountain, Norman Schell, Frank Shaw, Rick Tiven. "Clean Living" (LP, Vanguard, 1972) and "Meadowmuffin" (LP, Vanguard, 1973). "In heaven there is no beer that's why we drink it here", Robert La Mountain, Tex La Mountain, Robert LaMountain.
SLAID CLEAVES: "Wishbones" (CD, Philo 11671-1238-2, 2004). Austin Texas, "Broke Down", Karen Cleaves.
JOHN COSTER: "The World Has Changed" (CD, Sakkara 0024, ). Rich Cahillane, Richard Crooks, "Everywhere I Go", "Grand Design", Greenfield Community Television "Homegrown" broadcast, "I Shall Be Released", Iron Horse Music Hall, Jacob's Reunion, Derrik Jordan, Susannah Keith, Rick King, Jeff Martel, the Medicine Band, Northampton Massachusetts, "Old Stones, Broken Bones", Tony Perrino, Jeff Pevar, "Rodeo", Sandy Sayers, "Stories in the Dark", Dan Toler.
John Coster and Susannah Keith, "Dangerous Kingdom of the Heart" (CD, Z Records 2000, [1994?]). "Faithful Servant", "500 Miles", "Five Hundred Miles", "I'll Find My Way Back to You", "Johnny Johnny", "Millennium Drum", Jeff Pevar, Prime-CD.
SARA COX: "Arrive" (CD, Velvet Ed, 2003). "Beat Down Grass", "Fater" Richard Buckner, "Fire Water", "Firewater" EP, "Milk Song", Nate Schrock, "Sometimes You've Got To Stir the Waters".
JOHNNY CUNNINGHAM: Raindogs, "Lost Souls" (CD, ATCO Records 91297-2, 1989). "Auld Lang Syne", Aiden Brennan, "Crocodile Tango", Ted Drozdowski, Iron Horse Music Hall in Northampton Massachusetts, Limerick's in Boston, "Bill Morrissey", Carol Noonan, "Peter and Wendy" soundtrack, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", Susan McKeown and Johnny Cunningham's Christmas Show, We'll take a cup of kindness yet.
DICK CURLESS: "Tombstone Every Mile" (CD, Sundazed Music SC 9001, 2004).
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The Boston Globe, CD Baby, the New York Times, Paste magazine, Signature Sounds Recordings.
Boston Phoenix, Brattleboro Reformer, Brattleboro Vermont, Karen Casey, Chelsea House Cafe coffeehouse, Chelsea on Fire, New York City, Pioneer Valley, Portland Maine, Solas, Donna Summer.
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