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Saturday the 16th

Ragtime in D

Ragtime in D

The Modesto Kid
at Lonesome Nickel Studios in South Orange, NJ
May 16, 2015 (my birthday concert, sort of! :))
  1. "Rag Mama" (Blind Boy Fuller, Jim Kweskin)
  2. "Here I Go" (Syd Barrett)
  3. "Clean Break" (Jeremy Osner)
  4. "Drinkin Wine (spo-dee-o-dee)" (Granville "Stick" McGhee)

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Saturday, April 4th

Hobo Nickel

Just putting the finishing touches on my first record! I will not be selling it online to begin with, but if you'd be interested in ordering a copy just drop me a line and I'm sure we can work something out.

Front and back covers:

posted morning of April 4th: 1 response
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Sunday, February 22nd

The Primetone(tm) Apostropick

The plectrum saga continues... I was inspired by the Tortex(tm) Talon to try the same idea in a different plectrum material -- the Primetone, which I had previously not liked that much, was the material I chose because it is extremely rigid. It came out great! Check out the recording of "This Land is Your Land" linked below -- it was made using the Apostropick on the bass strings and fingerstyle on the tenor.

posted evening of February 22nd: 3 responses

Thursday, February 19th

Sleepwalker's Lullaby

One nice side benefit of the class I took last spring at la Universidad Desconocida was the chance to meet classmate Isabel Zapata. Today her "Canción de Cuna para Sonámbulos" is online at Limulus along with my translation. Check it out! A beautiful poem.

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Wednesday, February 18th

The Tortex(tm) Talon



...In use!

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Sunday, February 15th

Mama

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Saturday, February 14th

Hey, did you see the plums I left in the fridge?

I was gonna have them for breakfast...

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Friday, February 13th

Jim Dunlop



I'm kind of flabbergasted still about how seemingly good, worthwhile music is just about pouring out of me since I started using these picks! It's like it was the crucial next step from the Dunlop Thins that I used when I was recording "The Modesto Kid" -- suddenly I'm actually a musician! Check out this playlist [redacted rant of self-justification] -- "Jim Dunlop" by Jer "The Modesto Kid" Osner, traditional music and beyond.

[redacted footnote of self-justification]

https://soundcloud.com/the-modesto-kid/sets/walk-right-in

posted morning of February 13th: 2 responses

Saturday, February 7th

Plectra

Wow! I must say I'm enjoying playing with the new picks I recently acquired! It is opening up a whole new sort of relationship with the guitar for me. Some songs and attempts at songs that I've been recording with these new plectra, are at my Soundcloud stream. Look!:

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Sunday, January 25th

New Kweskin, Old Kweskin

Went over to a friend's house from the have_moicy mailing list the other day, to see about some used Holy Modal Rounders records; wonder of wonders he turned out to have a whole bunch of Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band as well!







And now look! "Jim Kweskin in the 21st Century -- featuring a new "Blues in the Bottle", guest appearances from David Grisman and John Sebastan, Maria and Geoff Muldaur -- is available on Spotify! and fantastic.

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