A debut album featuring lyrical, insightful songwriting; powerful vocals; and an engaging guitar style. Scott Duncan accompanies his rich baritone with an engaging guitar style, adding banjo and mandolin on several tracks. The album also features Butch Morgan on slide and acoustic lead guitar, Kim Mackenzie on fiddle, Kristin Tacquard on cello, Gus Wanner on mandolin, and Sean Palen on harmony vocals.
Duncan is working with his On a Bus to Nowhere album. The title track alone is worth the price of admission; John Wayne's Lament is a bonus. Mandolin picker/fiddler and singer Mackenzie is a not-so-secret weapon on the acoustic music scene. She chooses her playing, and singing, spots wisely and soulfully - putting the notes exactly where they belong. Donnie Boy - CD Baby. Top-notch songwriting . Scott Duncan is a much-respected singer-songwriter from San Antonio, Texas, so much so that he’s twice been a finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival and has showcased for the Southwest Regional Folk Alliance. His song November Rain was featured on the latter organisation’s recent compilation release; you may have heard it. Story songs and ballads are the foundation of his songwriting style and on his debut LP On A Bus To Nowhere, he presents 13 prime examples of his craft.
Scott Duncan is one of the most accomplished and skilled musicians in the Kansas City area. With his unique approach to popular music presentation, he has been entertaining very appreciative audiences for many years in venues across the country, from Florida Gulfcoast resorts, to downtown Chicago, to California's Napa Valley wineries. Combining polished guitar playing with his powerful vocals, he elicits very positive responses from all listeners through his one-of-a-kind blend of pop, country, folk, and other styles.
Nothing Really Matters. Lullaby To A Broken Heart.
Nowhere Now Here by MONO, released 25 January 2019 1. God Bless 2. After You Comes the Flood 3. Breathe 4. Nowhere, Now Here 5. Far and Further 6. Sorrow 7. Parting 8. Meet Us Where the Night Ends 9. Funeral Song 10. Vanishing, Vanishing Maybe The conflict and correlation between dark and light is a universal theme with a historically rich history. Musically, perhaps no band in the 21st Century has mined that relationship more consistently or effectively than Japan’s MONO. Nowhere Now Here also sees MONO’s first-ever lineup change, adding new drummer Dahm Majuri Cipolla (The Phantom Family Halo) to the core trio of Goto, Tamaki, and Yoda. Tamaki also makes her vocal debut here, singing into the shadows of vintage Nico on the poetically hazy Breathe. The unlikely career of MONO has taken them to virtually every corner of the planet, several times over.
Nowhere is the debut album by British rock band Ride, released 15 October 1990. Rolling Stone called the album "a masterpiece", and online magazine Pitchfork called it "one of enduring moments". Ride released three EPs, Ride, Play, and Fall, prior to the release of Nowhere. Nowhere was recorded live-in-the-studio with producer Marc Waterman. Waterman had a mental breakdown, which resulted in Alan Moulder mixing the recordings.
This version not to be confused with the 1971 album recording. It is a little more raw and features what appears to be a field recording of a cafe as well as a more nuanced approach to the harmonies. Love Song' from 1969 is on the acid folk compilation 'Gather In The Mushrooms'. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Lesley Duncan - A Road To Nowhere (Letras y canción para escuchar) - I tried to hang on for as long as I could, But now I can see that it just ain’t no good, Our love it has rotted, Right down to the core, Whatever we ha. You’ve got to get off this road to nowhere It's time got to get off this road to nowhere. I tried and I tried to make things work out right But I guess we’re two people who can’t help but fight For if Your eyes could be open Ten you might see the sign What we need is freedom Well Don’t you think it’s about time. About time to get off this road to nowhere It's time to get off this road to nowhere