|Guest notcast by K. P. Son|
I don't know any of the people below.
I believe the capitalisation (though not capitalism) is compulsory. From the town of unknow(n) TX yet it sounds like the singer hails from 80's Sheffield. Weird huh?
Jonny Bear vs. Atuin
Each of these guys is worth exploring individually (for example Mr Bear's Underwood Typewriter); this wee song has become a small but growing obsession here.
There are few finer songwriters in the world today; I have never liked Paul Simon.
Isn't this good? This is slow, drowsy, simple sounding. Delicious, woebegone.
No? You're crazy...
OK, then what about this?
NO?! Well get to buggeryfuck then. Man's a genius.
Tea records her songs using a machine assembled live on air during an episode of Blue Peter back in 1978 (designed of course by Margaret Parnell). It utilises toilet roll holders, pipe-cleaners, empty washing up bottles... Tea's machine now hisses along slightly with whatever she records. It is a charming hiss. This is a great cover of a beautiful Sufjan Steven's song. (Kowalskiy: Unfortunately, since Mr. Son made his choices, Ms. Leigh has removed this stream. So here's another...)
I love this tune. This is from Jonny who does the Edinburgh Man podcast. From back in spring '76, just before he started his podcast. I think Tom Verlaine guests on guitar.