As usual, I'm late to the party. Back in 2005, when this album was released, I was about as disinterested in "indie" music as I could be, at the height of its popularity. About ten years later I started getting back into the music of the 60s, and attempted to explore neo-psych acts.
A real underdog, this lesser-known microphone offers very low noise, a tight pickup pattern, and a sound quality rivaling microphones twice its price. Also, it's American-made.
I've spent a lot of time over the years adapting my home studio as my budget allows. Sometimes this means using open sourced plugins, but many times you will have to spend some money to get what you want.
After many hours of relentless coaxing and prodding, a friend of mine convinced me to venture into the surreal world of this odd ball white guy.
Everyone with some measure of an education has hopefully (at some point along the way) been familiarized with the most significant protagonists, antagonists, or anti-heroes in modern Literature.
Any bluegrass, folk, or country musician could benefit from using any of these songs in their repertoire. While this list is an opinion piece, it does summarize the culture of the coast nicely.
The emerald isle has a rich musical history, but some have risen to the top.
Read this, absolutely, prior to reading this article. If you cannot grant me this courtesy, you'll get your asinine comment deleted. http://tkeeley.hubpages.com/hub/Top-10-List-of-Irish-Bands-Soloists-and-Other-musicians ^ This is the hub that...
In 1991, it was entirely unpopular to be marketed as a folk band. The Oysterband, however, has embraced this title with honor and has forged the way ever since with powerful british folk-rock.
Great Big Sea, Newfoundland's globally famous band of folk-rockers, follows up their most successful album/tour with this move into left-field; "Fortune's Favor" features more rock than ever before.