What can I say about "Daisy" my Double Bass. We have been playing on numerous recordings together for more years than I care to remember, including some of Christy Hennessy's most iconic tracks, the original #Galway Girl with #Steve Earle, A man of constant sorrow with Jackson Browne, The Rocky road to Dublin with #The … Continue reading After the Snow
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A short series where I talk about my favourite Basses that I use in my recording session and live work in Ireland, The UK and beyond and of course online. https://youtu.be/pZd7GFi7-Nw
Colours by Donovan performed by Green Willow https://youtu.be/gCjXroy-214
An online collaboration of like minds to beat the lockdown blues https://youtu.be/mm-pZ3SiWe0 I Shall Be Released Bob Dylan Peter Millar (guitar & vocals) Holywood Richard Nelson (pedal steel) Kinlough, Leitrim Alan Thompson (harmonica) Alicante, Spain Jackie Rainey (guitar, vocals) Belfast Laurence McKeown (drums) Holywood Robert Best (vocals) Holywood James Blennerhassett (bass) Ballybrittas, Laois Emma Doran … Continue reading I shall be released!
Chasing Fireflies remix https://soundcloud.com/todalie/chasing-fireflies-mix-3 Humphrey Smellington Smythe attempts (unsuccessfully)to capture some Fireflies on the Arigna mountains with his Butterfly net to light up his garden for a grand party.
I'm Ready All going swimmingly! NEXT PLEASE 🙂 All photos courtesy of John Finnerty
Sometimes the stars align and you get to do a great live recording session with like minds, can't beat that buzz 👍
If I was asked twenty years ago to pick two musical artists' music to take with me to a desert island or some other inaccessible place (assuming there would be a means of playing the music), I probably would have said King Crimson or Led Zeppelin! Nowadays, after spending years listening to music whilst driving … Continue reading A matter of choice and changing tastes