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Country Music News International Newsletter November 23. 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter November 23. 2015

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Tune-In Allert: Ty Bates, Zane Williams, Andy Ross and Brandon Hamilton on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka - November 23. 2015 http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/11/tune-in-allert-ty-bates-zane-williams.html

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CD: ALEX SMITH Live with Dylan Rice - The North Country Sessions http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/11/cd-alex-smith-live-with-dylan-rice.html



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CD: BUFFALO GALS - Won't You Come Out Tonight

BUFFALO GALS
Won't You Come Out Tonight
Cumberland Gap - The Southern Whoopie Song - Polecat Blues - In My Time Of Dying - Reuben - Johnson Boys - Sally Anne - Talking Blues - Elzic's Farewell - Hop High My Lulu Gal - Angels - Buffalo Gals
 
It is the old-time fiddle of Kate Lissauer that brings the past alive so actively and so vibrantly on this CD.  Her ability to 'feel' what those early Appalachian Mountain entertainers did with their music is all here.  The Buffalo Gals come from England, and began gathering the tunes and songs of the early mountain folks in 2002.  In 2016 they are coming to America to accept a CD of the Year award from the Rural Roots Music Commission.  I don't believe there are any 'rules' about winning more than one, for I know once I present 'this' incredibly well produced CD of early American music to them they might just make that possible.  The first song on this vibrant CD is "Cumberland Gap" a very important and vital song of the early folks in the mountains.  The 'gap' was a way west, the quickest and easiest.  This song was first recorded by Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett.  Being a close friend of Juanita McMichen, the daughter of Clayton McMichen (Tar Heel Ramblers and Skillet Lickers) worked a lot with Riley.  Oh my the stories I could tell she related to me about Riley.  Kate does a remarkable job of presenting the song as a gifted fiddler directly from the time frame and the geographic 'style' of the music.  She holds the fiddle throughout the entire CD, and finds remarkable follow up with the banjo of Johnny Whelan who is one of the best frailing drop-thumb banjoists I've heard since Ralph Stanley.  Add to that Peter Dunn on guitar and Tim Smith on acoustic upright bass.  Wow, this is the best (guts of the songs) I've heard in a long time.  Add to that the mandolin and guitar of Sue Clare and the foot percussion of Sibylie Riesen and you are going to hear the 'original' country music of America at its very best.  The entire selection of songs is remarkable, some incredible up-tempo happy music as well as some old-timey blues songs.  I was so impressed with the Buffalo Gals rendition of the Morris Brothers song "Sally Anne."  Both of those brothers are still alive and living in Georgia (now in their 90's), doing mostly old-time gospel music, very good friends of myself and my wife Sheila.  They made the trek to LeMars, Iowa, a number of years ago, and drove the audience wild with their great old-time gospel music.  The same thing will happen to the Buffalo Gals in 2016 when they perform their early American old-time mountain music. For reasons I do not understand I could not get that last two tracks to play, but I'm using a 'not so good' lap top to listen to CD's, and the previous ten songs more than make up for anything I may not have heard.  Off this one goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission for their listening pleasure.  Good luck Buffalo Gals see you in LeMars in 2016.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

CD: ALEX SMITH Live with Dylan Rice - The North Country Sessions

ALEX SMITH
Live with Dylan Rice - The North Country Sessions
Hudson Bay - The Mountain - Place In The Mountains - My Girl's Waiting For Me - Between Here And Boston - Adirondack Blues - Senor - Tracks - Flannel and Curls - North Point Road
 
Alex Smith came to Fremont, Nebraska, to receive a CD of the Year award from the Rural Roots Music Commission in the year of 2015.  He was given the award for his graceful folk music.  He's back.  This time (on this CD) he is in concert with mandolin picker Dylan Rice.  With Alex's very strong rhythm guitar backing, it's easy for Dylan to shine on those high notes the mandolin does so well.  Add to that the incredibly strong voice of Alex Smith and you have a very unique and strangely heroic music that reveals the 'thoughts' of the young today.  Remarkably well done, this is a 'must' CD for anyone who likes uniqueness and versatility happening at the instant. Alex played for a much older audience at the famous Fremont Festival which features traditional and acoustic music from the genres of old-time, country, bluegrass, and folk.  The response he received was also remarkable.  The older folks loved his original songs, songs with a story attached, songs that came from the original 'country' music genre, way back when it was folk music.  Way back when it was original.  Way back when you could be born on a mountain and tell us that story in a song.  Did I tell you Alex is from Maine?  Hmmmm you are wondering why would a young man with such expressive thoughts make the trek to Nebraska to receive a CD of the year award?  Because, like many artists, looking for respect, honor, gratitude, and a true appreciation for an artists work.  He was originally scheduled to appear at the National Old Time Music Festival in LeMars, Iowa, but a conflict of dates prevented that.  So rather than 'not' give the award, the Commission suggested he try to make a smaller event in Nebraska.  Which he did.  Music is a strange enticement.  If it's in you, you can't make it go away.  If you are a good songwriter as well as a good instrumentalist and singer, it demands you pick up a pen or pencil and jot down ideas, with a melody line already in your head, you can't change that.  Drugs certainly won't do it, neither will liquor. Alex comes from a very different environment, a place in Maine that lets him explore his versatility as well as his ability. All of the songs on this album were written by Alex, except "Senor" which was written by Bob Dylan, and "The Mountain" by Steve Earle.  One of his best songs is "Between Here & Boston" which gallantly shows his very high ability to play a delightful acoustic guitar at the same time he displays his distinct and versatile voice.  Well done Alex.  Maine's a long way from LeMars, Iowa, but if the flag goes up, I hope you'll try to take another award.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

CD: HAROLD ALLEN - TIMES LIKE THESE

HAROLD  ALLEN . CD . REVIEW . PORTUGUESE.

                                   TIMES LIKE THESE.

                                          MUSICAS.
1)TIMES LIKE THESES. 2)CAN I GO. 3)DRINKING A OUT YOU 4) MUST BE LOVE. 5)DRINKING A BEER. 6)HOLD ME FOR A LITTLE WHILE.

                   ESTE CD TEM SEIS MÚSICAS,PORÉM SÃO MUITO BOAS , MESMO….
                   IREMOS APRECIAR O QUE SE FEZ….
                    TIMES LIKE THESE, OS SONS DA GUITARRA E A VOZ DE  HAROLD , SÃO FORTES E CONVINCENTES.INICIANDO COM VOZ E BACK VOCALS ….E EU GOSTO DISTO….DE INÍCIO….SAO PREFERENCIAS...ACHEI QUE FICOU BOM.
  HAROLD TEM UMA VOZ TONITROANTE(!).....QUE FAZ A FESTA….MÚSICA EXCELENTE.
  QUER OUVIR.? COMPRE!!!O NOME HAROL ALLEN…..
     CAN I GET...COUNTRY ROCK, COM HAROLD MOSTRANDO SUAS FACETAS!!!
     BATERIA DOMINANTE,COM VOZ E BACK JUNTOS...PIANO A MEU GOSTO….IN LIKE RONALDO….ESTOU EM NASHVILLE!!! NÃO?PARA MIM, ESTOU….
     DRINKING...COMO SE VÊ ,HÁ SEMPRE O DRINKING NO MUNDO COUNTRY , FAZ PARTE DA CULTURA COUNTRY….BOA MÚSICA, GUITARRAS COM SOLOS….PIANO..TUDO...MUITO BEM ENCAIXADO.DESTACO A VOZ ...DE HAROLD,E O PIANO, MUITO BOM MESMO…GUITARRA EXCELENTE!VIRTUOSO, ENTENDE?
    MUST BE LOVE, SEGUE ALINHA DE EXCELÊNCIA, VOZ IMPECÁVEL,BATERIA BEM DESTACADA E VOZ IDEM...GUITARRA EXCELENTE. MUST BE LOVE...ARRASOU!!!
   DRINKING BEER, ONE MORE BEER….GOOD ONE...GOOD MUSIC…..IN THE SAME STYLE….OI….DESCULPEM, A REVISÃO E EM PORTUGUÊS…….
    HOLD ME,BOA MÚSICA ,ENCERRANDO O CD DE HAROLD ALLEN, BOM CANTOR, SUA VOZ MANTÉM O TEMPO  TODO FIRME …..O ESTILO COUNTRY COWBOY AGRADA MUITO.HAROLD FEZ UM CD COM SEIS MÚSICAS, MAS CAPRICHOU EM TUDO….GOSTEI MUITO DO CD E TAMBÉM DE TUDO QUE ENVOLVEU A FEITURA DESTE GRANDE CD….
   DEIXE EU FALAR UMA BESTEIRA, DESTACO, VOZ,GUITARRAS ,BATERIAS, BACK VOCAL….OU SEJA TUDO!!!(LOL!).
   HAROLD, FEZ MUSICAS PARA CORAÇÕES E ALMAS. PARA MIM, USA O ESTILO COUNTRY E PRATICA A ALMA COUNTRY, DAI VEM A CAPACIDADE DE TOCAR NA ALMA.
   TOCA UMA GUITARRA COM A ALMA NOS DEDOS…...CONHECE O QUE FAZ….FAZ UM MIX DE OLD COUNTRY COM COUNTRY ATUAL….FICO PENSANDO EM UM NOME PARA ISTO….ESTA  FACE NOVA  DO COUNTRY...TALVEZ REAL COUNTRY….COUNTRY ATUAL COM COUNTRY ANTIGO...BOA MISTURA….HAROLD FOI CRIADO EM UMA FAZENDA RURAL EM NEBRASKA . HÁ PESSOAS QUE DIZEM PARA ELE, OU DISSERAM ...DETESTO COUNTRY, MAS GOSTO DE SUAS CANÇÕES….CALCULA QUEM GOSTA , COMO NOS…..
    VEM DISTO A CERTEZA QUE ESTÁ MISTURA AGRADA….ATÉ QUEM NÃO GOSTA DE COUNTRY….E QUEM PRODUZIU ISTO NESTE CD FOI HAROLD….
    HAROLD ALLEN , A TRUE COWBOY, A TRUE COUNTRY MAN, A TRUE SINGER….CD TIMES LIKE THESE…..EXCELENTE!!!SE NÃO COMPRAR  VAI FICAR SEM OUVIR A EXCELÊNCIA…..CORRE LÁ , MEU AMIGO!!!!

   DR.RONALDO BRANDAO BROCHADO PARA COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS INTERNATIONAL.DE CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES, BRASIL.

CD: DAVID A. WOOD - THE EARLY YEARS

     THE EARLY YEARS.
                 DAVID A. WOOD.REVISAO DE CD. PORTUGUES.


                                           MUSICAS.
1)WHO OPEN THE DOOR TO HEAVEN2)WALTZ ACROSS TEXAS. 2)MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS. 4)STORM NEVER LAST.5)YESTERDAY’S GIRL.6)COWBOY ARMS HOTEL7)HAVE YOUNEVER BE LONELY 8)TIME WILL TAKE  CARE OF YOU 9)SOMETIMES I DO. 10)HONKYTONK GIRL.


                                    ANÁLISE DO CD .


  DAVID A. WOOD FAZ UM COUNTY TRADICIONAL,TEM UMA BOA VOZ, EM WHO OPEN THE DOOR TO  HEAVEN ,ELE ABRE SEU CD , MOSTRANDO SUAS RAÍZES TRADICIONAIS. MÚSICA SUAVE, JÁ MOSTRA  EM SEUS PRIMEIROS ACORDES SEU ESTILO , SENDO ESTA UMA MÚSICA BOA DE SE OUVIR.

 WALTZ ACROSS TEXAS, BOA MELODIA , PORÉM MANTENDO A MESMA LINHAGEM ….OUVI TODAS AS MUSICAS E SENTI QUE O ESTILO DELE SE MANTÉM  DURANTE TODO O TEMPO….AS MUSICAS SÃO BOAS, PORÉM NÃO VI NADA DE EXTRAORDINÁRIO NO CD….ACHEI A VOZ DELE MUITO BOA,TEM UM POTENCIAL SONORO QUE NESTE CD FOI POUCO APROVEITADO , NO MEU PENSAR….ACREDITO QUE ELE FEZ ESTE CD COM UMA IDEIA PRE DETERMINADA, NÃO SENTI VARIAÇÕES NAS MUSICAS….PENSO QUE O VARIAR, O CRIAR DENTRO DO CORAÇÃO DA MÚSICA, FAZ COM QUE POSSAMOS NOS INTERESSAR MAIS PELO CANTOR.
  QUERIA QUE ENTENDESSEM….DAVID TEM UMA VOZ BOA.MAS ACHEI A LINHA DE MUSICAS SEM CRIAÇÕES MAIS OUSADAS OU QUE NOS FIZESSE PARAR PARA OUVIR….NÃO CRIOU EM MIM, AQUELA PARADA EM TUDO E FICAR OUVINDO….A LINHA , NÃO É MÁ, PORÉM A MINHA POR ASSIM DIZER …..FOME COUNTRY .NAO  FOI SATISFEITA DESTA VEZ…..LONGE DE MIM DIZER QUE ELE É RUIM , NADA DISTO, O QUE SENTI FALTA FOI O PROCESSO CRIATIVO TANTO DO CANTOR , QUANTO DA BANDA.
   GOSTO MUITO DE GENTE QUE OUSA E FAZ ACONTECER….QUANDO SE OUSA ...HÁ UM PROCESSO DE SE MOSTRAR MAIS AO PÚBLICO O,QUE SE TEM ESCONDIDO NA MANGA E FAZER A MAGICA ACONTECER!!!
    DAVID , NA MINHA APRECIAÇÃO  , FEZ UM COUNTRY MUITO IGUAL...POUCA OUSADIA...VOZ BOA , PORÉM DEIXOU DE MOSTRAR SUA INVENTIVA , SUA CRIAÇÃO DENTRO DAS MUSICAS APRESENTADAS NESTE CD.FOI O QUE SENTI, NESTE CD DE DAVID.ESPERO NAO FERIR DAVID, PORÉM COMO CRÍTICO, TENHO POR  NORMA EXPOR MEUS SENTIMENTOS…..E FAZER AMIGOS, MUITAS VEZES UMA CRÍTICA SINCERA E MELHOR QUE  UMA MENTIRA MALDOSA…..GRANDE ABRAÇO A DAVID A. WOOD!

    DR.RONALDO BRANDAO BROCHADO TO COUNTRY MUSIC NEWS INTERNATIONAL.FROM CAMPOS DOS GOYTACAZES .BRASIL

BR5-49 – LIVE IN CONCERT

BR5-49 – LIVE IN CONCERT
Bear Family Records Release CD and DVD Versions

BR5-49 was one of the catalysts of the mid to late 90’s neo-traditionalist moment and, says founding member Chuck Mead, “at the top of our game” when touring in 1996. One of their high-rating performances is now captured on CD and DVD, thanks to Bear Family Records.


BR5-49 ONE LONG SATURDAY NIGHT (DVD) (Bear Family BVD 20140)
Recorded live for ‘Ohne Filter’, Baden-Baden, Germany (October 14, 1996)
Dancing with My Shadow; Even If It’s Wrong; Long Gone Lonesome Blues; Heartaches By The Number; Bettie Bettie; Right Or Wrong; Hometown Boogie; Honky Tonk Song; Go Boy Go; Lonesome 7-7203; My Name Is Mudd; I Ain’t Never; Little Ramona (Gone Hillbilly Nuts); Big Mouth Blues; Cherokee Boogie; Ole Slewfoot; Crazy Arms; Gone, Gone, Gone; One Long Saturday Night; Take Me Back To Tulsa.

BR5-49 ONE LONG SATURDAY NIGHT, PLUS (cd) (Bear Family BCD 17347)
Recorded live for ‘Ohne Filter’, Baden-Baden, Germany (October 14, 1996)
Even If It’s Wrong; Long Gone Lonesome Blues; Heartaches By The Number; Bettie Bettie; Right Or Wrong; Hometown Boogie; Honky Tonk Song; Go Boy Go; Lonesome 7-7203; My Name Is Mudd; I Ain’t Never; Little Ramona (Gone Hillbilly Nuts); Big Mouth Blues; Cherokee Boogie; Ole Slewfoot; Crazy Arms; Gone, Gone, Gone; One Long Saturday Night; Take Me Back To Tulsa.
Bonus Tracks: Recorded live in Kumamoto, Japan (1996): Hillbilly Thang; Settin’ The Woods On Fire; Knoxville Girl; Sweet Georgia Brown.


When they emerged on the scene in the mid 1990s, BR5-49 were like a breath of fresh air amidst the country-pop-rock recordings that were developing out of Nashville. The music was changing and beginning to lose its identity and here, suddenly, was a five man band keeping up tradition. Better still, they had a major record deal (Arista) and ready to bring their music to a world outside of Robert’s, the western wear store on Nashville’s Lower Broadway where the buzz and wild audience appreciation had first started.

The public loved BR5-49 but their traditional sound was most likely why they ran foul of the industry and radio whose ears were now listening to the new sound of country. Sadly the group only managed to muster three modest hits  - Cherokee Boogie, Even If It’s Wrong and Little Ramona (Gone Hillbilly Nuts) - in the Billboard Country Charts and then their hit making days were over. Nevertheless the public loved them, the word spread internationally and the group extended concert appearances to beyond US borders.

Founded by Chuck Mead and Gary Bennett (both guitars and vocals), then joined  by Smilin’ Jay McDowell (upright bass), Don Herron (steel guitar, fiddle, mandolin, dobro) and Shaw Wilson (drums, vocals), this was the band that had begun life at Robert’s - and tried to bring the spirit of Roberts to whatever stage they were playing, whether a club venue or a festival – and here, back to October 14, 1996, a German tv studio with a café type audience. “It was a time”, says Mead, “that the band was at the top of our game”. Now’s the chance to see and hear them on new releases from Bear Family Records.

The song programme lived up to BR5-49’s usual format of “playing whatever we thought of to play, a mixture of old country, rockabilly and original material, all off the top of our heads”,  on this occasion classic songs like Hank WilliamsLong Gone Lonesome Blues alongside Harlan Howard’s Heartaches by The Number, Webb Pierce’s I Ain’t Never and Carl PerkinsGone, Gone, Gone as well as a couple from the Bob Wills’ western swing catalogue, Right Or Wrong and Take Me Back To Tulsa. Plus a few originals, including Bennett’s opener Even If It’s Wrong and Mead’s uptempo twosome Bettie Bettie and Little Ramona (Gone Hillbilly Nuts).

With Mead heading up the vocals, occasionally taken over by Bennett, the band add perfect, never overplayed back-up with superlative steel guitar and fiddle breaks from Herron, often straight on the heels of each other. As if time-warped from a earlier decade, the sound is well captured on disc while, on DVD, there’s the bonus of watching the easeful, natural manner in which the musicians go through their paces.

There’s also insightful notes in the sets’ accompanying booklets. Chuck Mead, in the cd notes, recalls the Robert’s sojourn and the night that the group broke through to the audience like a tent revival meeting and DVD writer Smilin’ Jay McDowell tells how the band came into existence. “BR5-49 was a crazy dream. If you wrote a movie script with this story, nobody would believe it”.

In addition to the German performance on the cd, there’s also an additional four tracks recorded shortly afterwards in Kumamoto, Japan, once again showing the band’s diversity moving from the poignant Knoxville Girl to the swing classic Sweet Georgia Brown, the Hank Williams hit Settin’ The Woods On Fire and a Gary Bennett original Hillbilly Thang.

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