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finleym
Posted: Tuesday, November 4, 2008 8:06:42 PM

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repete wrote:
Cedric Watson and Bijoux Creole. Deep roots southern louisiana cajun and creole music from the 25 yo fiddle and squeeze box wizard (ex-Pineleaf Boys). Totally organic music rooted in a distinctive culture, this is guaranteed to blow the top off jambalaya!


A big yes for Cedric. Bring your beads.

Trumpet bells ringing
Bass drum is swinging
As the trombone groans
And the big horn moans
gimps
Posted: Thursday, November 6, 2008 1:34:19 PM
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Jack Johnson and Ben harper on stage together singing would be the beeesst
bigben
Posted: Thursday, November 6, 2008 4:28:50 PM
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Alabama 3!!!

Lets Bring the First Presleytarian Church of Elvis the Devine over for the 20th!!!!

They bring their own blend of sweet acid house country gospel music with good bluesey edge!

Check them out here:

http://www.alabama3.co.uk/en/home
bigben
Posted: Thursday, November 6, 2008 4:35:42 PM
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humanracin1 wrote:
Oh and I would have added the following except just found out the brilliant news that they will be here in January!!!

GRACE JONES
NICK CAVE
LEONARD COHEN and
MORRISSEY


This is Bluesfest remember!

Morrissey and Grace Jones??????
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Posted: Thursday, November 6, 2008 11:32:40 PM
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bigben wrote:
Alabama 3!!!

Lets Bring the First Presleytarian Church of Elvis the Devine over for the 20th!!!!

They bring their own blend of sweet acid house country gospel music with good bluesey edge!

Check them out here:

http://www.alabama3.co.uk/en/home


Amen! Sweetgoddammprettymotherf*&^countryacidhousemusicallnightlong!
humanracin1
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 12:12:28 PM
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Quote: Morrissey and Grace Jones?, this is BLUESFEST remember?

Hmm, well the festival seems pretty eclectic to me these days.
Grace Jones live set is pretty reggae based and I think reggae artists have played Bluesfest in the past.
And they had Sinead O'Connor last year, she's not really a blues artist.
You could say some of these choices were a bit dubious also:
ESKIMO JOE
IAN BROWN ex STONE ROSES

I'd like to think I could go and see some great world music, blues, jazz, country and also a bit of alternative music which doesn't fit in with the more mainstream festivals.
bigben
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 3:14:11 PM
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humanracin1 wrote:
Quote: Morrissey and Grace Jones?, this is BLUESFEST remember?

Hmm, well the festival seems pretty eclectic to me these days.
Grace Jones live set is pretty reggae based and I think reggae artists have played Bluesfest in the past.
And they had Sinead O'Connor last year, she's not really a blues artist.
You could say some of these choices were a bit dubious also:
ESKIMO JOE
IAN BROWN ex STONE ROSES

I'd like to think I could go and see some great world music, blues, jazz, country and also a bit of alternative music which doesn't fit in with the more mainstream festivals.


Good point but it is called the blues fest and lets face it - Morrissey is just plain depressing!
bigben
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 3:14:54 PM
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jongle wrote:
bigben wrote:
Alabama 3!!!

Lets Bring the First Presleytarian Church of Elvis the Devine over for the 20th!!!!

They bring their own blend of sweet acid house country gospel music with good bluesey edge!

Check them out here:

http://www.alabama3.co.uk/en/home


Amen! Sweetgoddammprettymotherf*&^countryacidhousemusicallnightlong!


Halleluyah Brother!!!!

Spread the word...........
richo
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 3:29:44 PM
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Ian Brown (who was dreadful) and Eskimo Joe (who were woefully out of place at Bluesfest but over at Mojo where bands like that play for the kiddies who help make this festival financially viable) are two pretty bad reasons for opening the floodgates to any musician (or should that be "musician"?) under the sun.

humanracin1
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 5:02:32 PM
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Yeah ok, maybe MORRISSEY was a bad choice for this festival :-)
I'm really hoping for:
WILLIE NELSON
TERRY CALLIER and
JHELISA ANDERSON an amazing soul/blues singer from New Orleans.
wizzie007
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 5:12:44 PM
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Please get Paolo Nutini. I would come just to see him!!
but as this is a wishlist,,
jose gonzales
josh pyke
jason mraz
repete
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 8:21:33 PM
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bigben wrote:
jongle wrote:
bigben wrote:
Alabama 3!!!

Lets Bring the First Presleytarian Church of Elvis the Devine over for the 20th!!!!

They bring their own blend of sweet acid house country gospel music with good bluesey edge!

Check them out here:

http://www.alabama3.co.uk/en/home


Amen! Sweetgoddammprettymotherf*&^countryacidhousemusicallnightlong!


Halleluyah Brother!!!!

Spread the word...........



O shit yeah! I'll be there!!!

Hangin' out on Frenchmen
repete
Posted: Friday, November 7, 2008 8:25:55 PM
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Boubacar Traore - dunno where Reg is, but it's wishlist time and someone has to put out the name of the great Malian blues singer. He is such a compelling musician and would be brilliant at the fest.

Hangin' out on Frenchmen
waynicdrew
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BarrellHouse...!
jayrox
Posted: Monday, November 10, 2008 10:11:27 PM
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DAVE MATTHEWS BAND

speaks for itself...............
melesa
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Counting Crows
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Alabama 3 would be sweet.
finleym
Posted: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 8:13:44 PM

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I just checked out Widespread Panic live in Austin Texas. They are in hot form this year. Please Mr Noble please!

Trumpet bells ringing
Bass drum is swinging
As the trombone groans
And the big horn moans
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The Santa Fe All-Stars

What began as a "why not" proposal by a beer-hall waitress has gone on to become something of a small-town supergroup. The Santa Fe All-Stars consist of roots luminaries Joe West, Sharon Gilchrist, Ben Wright and Susan Holmes, all brilliant on their own-at least according to the locals of New Mexico's capital city.West, of course, has long been the slightly askew alt.country king of Santa Fe, a songwriter as smart and talented as they come and completely fearless when it comes to either campy parody
or straight-up emotion. Gilchrist (from the Peter Rowan & Tony Rice Quartet) continues to enchant audiences with her glorious musicianship and lovely countenance; Wright, a man just as comfortable ripping through a weird rock set as fingerpicking through an old standard, is as indispensable as they come, and Holmes has been a rhythm section stalwart for years. Collectively they are a can't-lose proposition. Their type of roots music- smart, fun, a little twisted-is the soundtrack to Santa Fe.

Or one of Joe West's other projects


http://www.myspace.com/joewestmusic

http://www.joewestmusic.com/

(with the exeption of Xoe Fitzgerald Time Travelling Transvestite)http://www.joewestmusic.com/xoefitzgerald.php



Bethleham & Eggs http://bethlehamandeggs.com

Bethleham & Eggs is Joe West, Margaret Burke and Lydia Clark.
bethlehamandeggs.com was founded by Lydia Clark in 2005, located in Santa Fe, NM, and was developed to provide a link to local gospel music.


The Joe West Show.http://www.joewestmusic.com/joewestsituation.php

The Joe West Show is comprised of Joe's favorite musicians: Josh Martin (Dobro, Mandolin, Guitar), Margaret Burke (Bass) and Joe West (Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals, Keyboards). They perform a mix of Joe West originals, Bob Dylan and classic, country standards.






bigben
Posted: Wednesday, November 12, 2008 1:36:47 PM
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ALABAMA 3



You've been tired and tempted brother so feel the love!



Alabama 3

Bring the love to the Blues Fest!!!
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