Saturday Acoustics: Bryan John Appleby, Ryan Adams & Mark Wynn

On 1 October, 2011 by slowcoustic

Not too much actually connecting the 3 musicians in this post other than I have been listening and wanted to post on them.

First off, Bryan John Appleby stopped by the folks at I Am Fuel, You Are Friends blog to record a Chapel Session and recorded my favourite track of the new album (take a spin through the sessions and lose your shit).  The BJA track is ‘Noah’s Nameless Wife’ and you can watch/stream it below.


Mark Wynn - Stories, Rags and Stomps

Also, one of my friends passed on some albums from Mark Wynn out of the UK and I have been enjoying the country twinged folk it has been supplying.  Mark Wynn has a couple of new releases including the album ‘Stories, Rags & Stomps’ – so it plays pretty much the full gambit of this Slowcoustic friendly genre.  Take a swing by his Bandcamp Page to a listen or simply play ‘Sad Stoned (fallin in the street) below:


Ryan Adams - Ashes & Fire

Now Ryan Adams has a new album and for the most part all I have read is good things about it.  Don’t get me wrong here, I mean I like it because I feel it is a return to roots sound for him.  I think it is a more thought out album compared to some recent material and despite the guy himself (“honest, I’m quitting music”), he can make a good tune when he needs to.
Do I Wait by ryanadams
I Love You But I Don’t Know What To Say by ryanadams

That is all I got for now, but come on, it’s pretty good, no?


One Response to “Saturday Acoustics: Bryan John Appleby, Ryan Adams & Mark Wynn”

  • RavingLunatic

    That Bryan John Appleby song is wondrous. How great is that climax starting around 2:48? Great stuff.

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