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Mudcatters on YouTube

06 Apr 08 - 02:59 PM (#2308437)
Subject: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

As many of you who have read my posts know; I've sorta embraced/hugged technology. It's good to see so many 'catters have "done the MySpace thang" as it will get your music heard around the world. So, me being the "Fun Guy" you all know and Love(O.K. O.K. maybe SOME of you.LOL) Nobody? Sniff..., Uh, where was I? Yeah, so I'm trying YouTube to see what happens...You can see my vid right here, and I decided to make it a bit of a "Promo" type of thing...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-emHd3POUrA
The stats? As far as I know, vids are being uploaded at the rate of 10 HOURS of video PER SECOND! Will you get seen? Undoubtedly. It's a different world when you compare it to MySpace. Kind of like "the wild west". But, nothing ventured, nothing gained as they say.

So, are Mudcatters interested? Have any of you besides me, Penny Lang, and Noah Zacharin tried it? Is there a future for Folk Music on YouTube?

There's a 5 star rating system. So far, 1 star for me by somebody, But ONE DAY, 5-STARS FOR SURE! LOL But hey, that's not bad for a speck in a sea of videos...And it HAS been only a little over 2 weeks.

The good news. I met this guy by the name of Lionel Neykov who got FEATURED by YouTube.The result? In excess of 240,000 views. That translated to 7522 plays IN ONE DAY on MySpace. I know another group with over 500,000 views which would be a lot of Folk Music if YOU got there...

This is getting to be Mudcat's longest initial post, but you get the idea...

Cameras ready? Good Luck to All...bob

p.s. I just crossed the 10,000+ Friends milestone on MySpace...So it DOES work...


06 Apr 08 - 04:06 PM (#2308467)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

Impressive Bob and the best of luck. I have a little gig in May and hope to have something done .
Beer (adrien)


06 Apr 08 - 04:12 PM (#2308468)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Hi Beer: It doesn't have to be a big production. Just playing in front of a camera that can capture your sound will do the trick..All the best re: Your gig...Thanks...bob


06 Apr 08 - 04:26 PM (#2308478)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Acorn4

By coincidence I've just posted on Youtube for the first time today;-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grnkzr_OOHE

Relatively simple.

However, adding a sound file to Myspace seems a bit tricky needing fiddling with the dreaded HTML -does anyone know if there's an easy way to do it?


06 Apr 08 - 04:50 PM (#2308494)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: oombanjo

If only we had the technology. The Saggy bottom Boys


06 Apr 08 - 05:17 PM (#2308510)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: skarpi

I called my self Iceraven on youtupe bob I like it
ATB Skarpi Iceland


06 Apr 08 - 05:21 PM (#2308512)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Tell you how I did it. I wanted to be on MySpace, I had NO computer. Used to go to the library to use theirs. Then found friends with computers, asked 1000 questions and was still struggling. So I had the friends help me do the uploading. watched them. and then got a computer and did the YouTube video by myself with the manual in one hand and the other hand on the keyboard.
If you goof it, not much will happen. It just won't work...

The YouTube thing can be done the same way. 1/Get or borrow a digital camera w/video & that can record sound. 2/ Do yo thang. 3/Find a friend that knows the tech side of computers, and create a free account on YouTube and upload your vid. The YouTube site tells you all you need to know. Easy...Where there's a will, there's a way...

Soggy Bottom Boys: Once you find somebody to do the tech stuff, you can access your site from any internet cafe' or most libraries...And you're on a computer now to be able to post, Sooo? Being in front of 1.6 Billion people might change things for you...bob


06 Apr 08 - 05:26 PM (#2308519)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Skarpi/Iceraven: I'm FonkyLynx on YouTube. Turns out Ryszkiewicz means "son of the lynx" or thereabouts. Only found that out in the last 6 months...LOL


06 Apr 08 - 05:32 PM (#2308523)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Acorn 4:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grnkzr_OOHE


06 Apr 08 - 05:37 PM (#2308526)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Acorn4: And whassdat about Americans? I'M American and gave you 5 Stars! :>) bob


06 Apr 08 - 06:11 PM (#2308554)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Acorn4

It's not actually about Americans, it's about a British phenomenon called "chavs", who've adopted said headgear as part of the uniform -no offence meant!


06 Apr 08 - 07:39 PM (#2308605)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: dulcimerjohn

I have done a few vids either at home or at shows/open mics. Might attempt to put them up sometime but am on dialup so would be brutally slow I'm sure. Maybe when I go to bed sometime I'll load one up. Dulcimerjohn


06 Apr 08 - 08:18 PM (#2308627)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

There is a bit of a wait. I did mine in avi and it took 15 minutes on high-speed...Dial-up is another matter...But what the hey...Anything for Art...

Some Noah Zacharin while you're thinking about it...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwLoJYj-mpE

bob


07 Apr 08 - 04:09 AM (#2308815)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Sarah the flute

The Flying Chaucers (my band) are performing on Youtube. The funny thing is that the camera also captured the beer glasses and see if you can spot the difference between the amount of liquid in the glass and the quality of the music played!!!!!

Sarah


07 Apr 08 - 05:47 AM (#2308866)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jack Blandiver

I've got a few things on YouTube - here's my May Carol, as filmed in bluebell woods at Houghall in Durham last year:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWDX-ASQTZk


07 Apr 08 - 10:43 AM (#2309085)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Sarah the flute/The Flying Chaucers & Sedayne: Well, there's two 5 star performances well worth the listen AND watch!

Thanks to all, and with all those videos, looks like the Flying Chaucers are the "Cecil B. DeMilles" of YouTube when it comes to Mudcatters uploading videos.

But this is a good thing because it lets people around the world see authentic Folk Music(and other types of music as well) being performed. Good Show...bob


07 Apr 08 - 05:22 PM (#2309459)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Murray MacLeod

Bob, I have to ask a few questions.

first of all, you have never posted other than as a GUEST, so why all this Mudcatter hugging bonhomie ? Have you never considered becoming a member ?

secondly, the Youtube thing has been going for years on Mudcat.

input "Youtube" into the filter box at the top, set to say, 3 years, and see what comes up.

thirdly, is your video supposed to be some kind of joke ?

I watched it expecting to see some kind of folk music content, and to put it (very) mildly, was disappointed . You really think this is doing folk music any favours ?


07 Apr 08 - 05:57 PM (#2309490)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tim Leaning

Big John /war of the worlds.
Liked it myself But is it Folk?
Hmmmmmm not in my opinion
But then you never said it was did you mate?
Hope to hear more from you and glad you kept yer clothes on
Cheers


07 Apr 08 - 08:16 PM (#2309633)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Well Murray, it goes like this...A long time ago, just after the earth cooled(1966) I began to play guitar in the Coffeehouses of Rhode Island, Boston, Connecticut, etc. When I came to Canada in 1967, one of the first places I visited was The Yellow Door Coffeehouse in Montreal. There, I met people from around the world who played Folk Music. All the traditional stuff from Ireland, England, etc.
There used to be a Hoot on Sundays where everybody got to do 3 songs. So there was EVERYTHING. You'd get 2 sisters from Ireland singing lullabies, every form of Folk Artist, Comics, Bluesmen like me, banjos, dulcimers, etc. So, I played the blues and did some folk songs in my sets.

So I grew up with people who more or less let you "do your thing", as we used to say...

About a year or so ago, I Googled my name, and lo and behold, Mudcat came up. "What's that?" I asked myself. Somebody named bobad had entered my name on a thread called "l
Little Known 60's Folk Singers"! "Gee", I said to myself," Isn't that wild to be remembered after so many years?
I barely new what "thread" meant, as I was new to computers. But, I started to post, adding my memories. At the same time I had begun to write music for Films, an example of which is what you see on YouTube as "The Soul Eater"...I also had built a studio and was Marketing my stuff around the world...
Turns out, I knew a few people on Mudcat, which led me play some guitar for Bruce Murdoch at the Branches and Roots Festival in Ormstown, Quebec. By that time I met more great Mudcatters, like Beer(Adrien), who was running the festival...Many more while there, and even more at Bruce's Montreal Concert. I made some friends...

So, in the spirit of The Yellow Door, and all of the above, for me, music was never about boundaries. I grew up with Folk and so I support it whenever I can. I never really considered myself a "Folk" Artist, but got labeled as such after doing hundereds of shows in Coffeehouse, Folk Clubs, Concerts, etc. It's sort of like when you see a seagull in with the pigeons, they're all birds looking for food..

I've got 10,000+ Friends on MySpace, working in and on my studio, on Mudcat as much as I can, and I get requests to join blogs, groups, "review my songs", "listen to my band", "check me out" "Can you connect me with" ALL THE TIME...
So, there is only so much I can do, and so, for me "Guest" status works just fine...
I work 12-15 hours a day on my projects...

I did enter YouTube on Mudcat by the way, to see if it had been done before. Nothing came up, so I thought I was safe. Didn't do the "go back three years" thing though...

And so it is, as you see in the world, so many different kinds of people and music all
out there in cyberspace. I listen to as much DIFFERENT kinds of music as I can, Tabla players, Synth guys, Indian, African, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Rap...Everything. I find it makes me a better MUSICIAN for having done so.

So for all the purists, if your world is limited to Folk Music, just turn the page...

I think if you start to ask Mudcatters what they listen to, I think you might be surprised to see it's not ALL about Folk, just good music. While you might not listen to, or respect Rap, there is a lot of Art in it, not all of it, but glimmers of brilliance pop up. Check Missy Elliot, Akon for Hip-Hop.

The one thing that saddens me about Mudcat, is that I see so many threads degenerate into petty arguments, bickering, one-upmanship, trickery, etc. You would think that people would rise above, but alas, Mudcat becomes a mirror as to what is going on in the world. So, what I do, is look for the good. and, there are MANY GOOD things about Mudcat. We have been given this incredible tool of the internet and computers, I prefer to use it to accomplish positive things...Like supporting Folk music, even when what I'm playing, at the moment, something that is not Folk. And doing that while fondly remembering the openness and dreams of the 60's and The Yellow Door...
Hope that answers your questions...

Respect to All...

Peace & Blessings...bob


07 Apr 08 - 08:22 PM (#2309644)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Peace

Hey, Bob. Good thread. We gotta meet up in Montreal. Fer sure.


07 Apr 08 - 08:28 PM (#2309652)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

It's a done deal Bro...


07 Apr 08 - 09:07 PM (#2309678)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Noah Zacharin

zach is on youtube. go there and search for 'zacharin'--a few clips will show up.
music, nz


07 Apr 08 - 09:15 PM (#2309683)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Aw, Y'all got me feeling bad that some non Folk music got into your world, so to make up for it, here ya go, FOLK MUSIC!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKpSEl31Cc0

Wasn't that... FOLKY? Hey, I liked it too....
WHAT! You're thinking ,"that's not MY Folk music..." Yes Cynthia, the world is a big, BIG place...

I can smell you screaming, "THEY CAN'T BE MUDCATTERS! Because, because, Mudcatters can ONLY be just like me, and, and, I'VE got to know the music..."

But look, after you crank up another pint, it won't much matter will it?

;>)bob


07 Apr 08 - 09:16 PM (#2309684)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Hey Zacharoo! You are already here, read the thread...


07 Apr 08 - 09:26 PM (#2309694)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Noah Zacharin

just noticed. mea culpa baby, mea culpa. now, on with the show. nz


07 Apr 08 - 09:29 PM (#2309697)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Don't get fancy wid all dem French words...So you bin out wid somebody named mea, big deal!...


07 Apr 08 - 09:57 PM (#2309705)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

Hay Bob, I remember Bobad asking about you and what followed on that great thread as started by a "Guest" and now is up to 770 hits since 2004. My it seems as if that thread just started yesterday. Time does fly when it's fun. Hope you are well and came make it out to the new festival I've started. A bit off the subject at hand, but then not really. I have been painting for the past 2/3 hours and I just finished listening to just about every song that Bruce has recorded. Made my work pass a lot faster listening to music one enjoys. I'm now listening to another great singer song writer who has been around since Bruce wore cowboy boots. His big commercial hit was "Linda Put the Coffee On". I'm speaking of a chap from Hamilton by the name of Ray Materick. Know him by any chance?

Back to Ray.
Beer (adrien)


07 Apr 08 - 10:02 PM (#2309706)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: dwditty

I have THIS ONE and a few others on YouTube. Search dwditty.

dw


07 Apr 08 - 10:02 PM (#2309707)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Beer: The name is familiar, but I'd have to hear it...bob


07 Apr 08 - 10:24 PM (#2309717)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

He has a recent clip on You Tube but nothing from his earlier days.


08 Apr 08 - 04:25 AM (#2309846)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Sarah the flute

Well I enjoyed your music Bob and thanks for your kind comments on the Flying Chaucers ....no matter the state of the beer levels!

Sarah


08 Apr 08 - 11:56 AM (#2310141)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Sarah & Everybody: Would be great if you used YouTube's 5 star ratings(being kind & generous, of course) and we rated each others vids and left comments as well. As previously mentioned, vids are uploaded at a rate of 10HOURS of video per SECOND! What that means is if you want your music to be heard, activity on your video is important...Many Thanks...bob


08 Apr 08 - 12:02 PM (#2310143)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Murray MacLeod

well, Bob, I like your style, and wish you the very best of luck, ( although I don't retract my opinion of your video )

why don't you get a video made of yourself playing guitar and singing, I am sure that would be more "accessible" to narrow-minded purists like me ...:-)


08 Apr 08 - 12:25 PM (#2310174)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Hi Murray: Every man is my friend. I was thinking of doing a series of vids direct to camera, just playing the acoustic...Sorta like a show the way we used to do it at the Door...

Here's my old friend, but eternally young at heart, Penny Lang...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykty22p1o6c
Wish you well...bob


08 Apr 08 - 12:29 PM (#2310178)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: The Sandman

http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=V_PoPY-mDpA


08 Apr 08 - 02:27 PM (#2310332)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gulliver

Bob, I dunno if your music can be called folk (and I don't care). It isn't that much different from music by a lot of people I've heard (on myspace and other places) who describe their music as "folk". But it's nice to see a good-humoured lover of all mankind here ;-)

Good luck, Don


08 Apr 08 - 03:20 PM (#2310431)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Don: The music on my YouTube vid is NOT Folk. It is what I'm doing currently. My ROOTS are in Folk and I went off in other directions. They want to label you, so on MySpace I called it Rock, Blues, Country. When I gave it to eMusic, they surprised me by listing me under Jazz/Blues. I get compared to Ken Nordine, and Leonard Cohen, who started with Poetry & Folk and became LEONARD COHEN. His own unique enigma, if you will... Is that Rock, Folk, Spoken Word, Poetry, Melodramatic Popular Song, etc? He's gone way past labels and is his own entity.

What I was hoping was that Mudcatters would link up, or be aware of each other on YouTube. For me, it's just another way of reaching out and keeping the music alive.

I personally find it interesting when an artist stretches his capabilities and tries new things. I find it invigorating...

I did try to play some Blues in an Irish Pub one time(An "Open" Stage, sadly not a MENTALLY open stage), and heard "oh, no" after about 4 seconds...For some who are used to hearing the rhythm of McNamara's Band, blues changes were quite a shock. They wanted dunta dunta dunta dunta...If you go off that, they just don't want to hear it...Which is O.K and is their choice. I got faked out by the invitation of what is normally considered an "Open Stage..."

Anyways, Thanks for checking out the thread, and for the kind words...All the best...bob


08 Apr 08 - 04:11 PM (#2310490)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tim Leaning

Hey I even joined bloody U toob to leave my comment
Now who gonna lend me a Cam corder?


09 Apr 08 - 12:50 PM (#2311211)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Thought you might like to see Rusty & Fred singing an original tune called "This Train" from YouTube. If you like what they're doing, send them a comment and they might stop by and post as guests or even become members.
Even with an amazing 516,553+ views, they were kind enough to comment back to me...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsLgEdowIg0&feature=related
bob


09 Apr 08 - 04:38 PM (#2311421)
Subject: MacBook, iMovie, and YouTube - great for promo
From: Genie

Thanks for starting this thread, Bob. The lightbulb just went off over my head, when it should've as soon as I got my new MacBook.

I started playing around with a new iMac a few months ago, just aiming the screen at myself and at anyone else I wanted to video and going to iMovie and hitting "Capture from camera."
The screen has a built-in camera and you can record the sound from the built-in microphone or from an external mic.   Using the built-in camera and mic, I found that I could capture excellent videos -- good picture and sound too.   (You can tweak both of those later if you want, but it's often not necessary.   Just try not to have the camera too close to your subject - but that's often true with most any camera.)   
Since I got the small, portable version, a new MacBook, I've been making lots of videos, both for research purposes and for recording music shows. I recently video'd workshops and the Sat. night concert at Singtime Frolics here in Oregon.   I'm in process of putting these on DVD.

Now here's where I should say, "Duh!!!"
I've been thinking I could use my own video'd shows or clips from them to make promo videos and/or to post at my own website when I get one set up.
Although I watch stuff on YouTube a lot, it never dawned on me that I could skip the DVDs and skip the website and post stuff directly on YouTube!!

I may or may not want to put just anything on YouTube - especially my own songs that haven't been duly registered with the LOC Copyright office yet - but it sure would make it cheap (well, aside from the $1100+ I spent on the laptop) to let prospective clients hear an see samples of my music and performances.

Of course, next time I record one of my own full-hour programs, I must remember to set the "Sound preferences" up right so it won't turn out to be a silent flic like the St. Patrick's Day party I recorded.   LOL

G


09 Apr 08 - 07:45 PM (#2311611)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Hi Genie: Sounds like you're on your way. I suggest you create a MySpace(musician account/player+video) presence as well. If you already have an account, send me a req and I'll add you. I think I'm on something like 25 websites around the world. Once the ball starts rolling...Well, you know...

The Mac gives you some incredible tools with iMovie. I suggest using '06. If you have '08, you can get the downgrade. A little Promo never hurt. I thought that because I have an unusual name, and was really only a speck in a sea of videos, that preparing the vid in the way that I did was the way to go. Give 'em a sample song and some info...

I've been a Director of Marketing for several organizations, so I believe being pro-active has it's rewards. Some Mudcatters prefer a more conservative approach.

As you can see from my previous post, getting featured gets you on the world stage...

Best wishes. Thanks for stopping by...bob


09 Apr 08 - 08:50 PM (#2311654)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Genie

Bob, I actually do have a MySpace account - but I don't remember my password, or even my user name, for that matter. All I remember is the e-dress I used. LOL

Re iMovie, are you saying the '06 version is better than the '08 version?   How so?


09 Apr 08 - 09:24 PM (#2311687)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bob Ryszkiewicz

Genie: iMovie 06 vs 08......
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jmc58Lo7-K8

bob


10 Apr 08 - 03:17 PM (#2312290)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Herge

Here is a wee tune by Jim the Fiddler and myself - enjoy

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=jmrLKuU_VsU

Herge


10 Apr 08 - 03:27 PM (#2312299)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: RangerSteve

I rated that last one 5stars. What were the tunes?


10 Apr 08 - 03:31 PM (#2312302)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Herge

I know them as Jackie Colemans and Pigtown. Glad you liked them - here's another couple - Humours of Tulla and the Glass of beer.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=iJhETyrX4SE&feature=PlayList&p=3ACC8A8ADA685C79&index=7

Herge


20 Aug 08 - 07:54 AM (#2418512)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: greg stephens

The Boat Band were having a friendly acoustic gig in our local, the Greyhound in Penkhull, and our friend Glyn Chapman came along with a video camera. He just put up the videos of four songs we did on #Youtube. So here you go...you can hear the Jenny Lind Polka, Les Flammes d'Enfer, the Bosco Stop and Bosco Blues . Enjoy (hopefully)
Boat Band in the Greyhound


20 Aug 08 - 08:09 AM (#2418524)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: john f weldon

I've posted several individual lynx before, but here's the whole collection:

john_f_weldon_youTube


20 Aug 08 - 08:25 AM (#2418534)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Not counting the B/S threads, there are 87 Youtube threads on Mudcat - one of which has the exact title of this one; Mudcatters on YouTube. So the subject has been/and is discussed here.

There are lots of Mudcatters with Youtube videos. I've posted some. Here's my favorite but a quick search on my name will show a list of 30+ clips.

Youtube is a good outlet for music, folk or other.


20 Aug 08 - 08:49 AM (#2418552)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: john f weldon

I thought this all seemed strangely familiar.... ...but I have reached an age where I tend to repeat myself, not to mention becoming repetitive from time to time, and also saying the same thing more than once.


20 Aug 08 - 02:11 PM (#2418774)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: ToulouseCruise

Here's me as well... I am the large fellow on the left doing the Beer Solo...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVowZC6OW6E

Brian.


20 Aug 08 - 02:32 PM (#2418792)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: john f weldon

Johny to the rescue:
large fellow


21 Aug 08 - 09:50 AM (#2419368)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: ToulouseCruise

aw dangit, sorry I didn't put in the clicky! and I even know how to, too!


21 Aug 08 - 08:50 PM (#2419850)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

ToulouseCruise.
Great stuff. You the man.
Beer (adrien)


22 Aug 08 - 01:41 PM (#2420210)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Y_Not

Hi Bob,

Just watched your track on YouTube and I think you have done a really good job.

I think it's great for songwriters and musicians to have a go at putting their songs and tunes to vision.

I have recently uploaded 5 videos of Zingari Swing and also put the links on our website www.zingariswing.com

I purchased an editing suite by Pinnacle which is really good and easy to use, editing is an art in itself.

With a digital camcorder and an editing suite you can have a lot of fun.


22 Aug 08 - 01:54 PM (#2420226)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Y_Not

I think I've done the link OK, if anyone wants to have a look.

Cheers!

China Blue
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=LIkfpUwXJro


22 Aug 08 - 03:39 PM (#2420271)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Fidjit

You can see me farting about on this one

I am walking towards you on the right. Then playing concertina in the background.

Chas


22 Aug 08 - 06:50 PM (#2420366)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Muttley

Well done Bob! Anything to get the auld music out her among the heathen is appropriate in my book - and don't be discouraged by folk like Murray who seems to enjoy being contentious: not EVERYONE is computer-savvy. Despite a 156 IQ; I am, basically, a "techno-moron" -if it's got buttons and screens I'm wary of it! Keep it up, my friend and 'nil desperandum illegitimos carorundum' as well (to bastardise the great language of Latin).

As for Murray - mate, as my kids would say; YOU just got "owned"! Maybe next time you'll consider being a little more charitable in your posts as opposed to being contentious.

Muttley


23 Aug 08 - 10:46 AM (#2420660)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Will Fly

I'm a musical tart and you can catch my stuff at:


Will Fly


23 Aug 08 - 11:40 AM (#2420689)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

Good stuff Will.
Beer (adrien)


23 Aug 08 - 12:06 PM (#2420701)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: The Sandman

http://ie.youtube.com/watch?v=vu8CybKCbss


23 Aug 08 - 12:30 PM (#2420715)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

Brian! (ToulouseCruise) Missed your recent posts, which are kinda few and far between, unfortunately. Ain't seen you in a dog's age. Of course, I don't get out much, been at least a half dozen years. Except I was the the Triangle recently for my cousin Jim's birthday and saw Phil McNally and The Owens Boys played a set... brought a tear to my eye to see my cousins do such a great job. Glad I sang the old songs to them when they were young... when I was young.

For those of you who do not know Toulouse Cruise , they are gooood. Well, when I saw them last, some years ago. >:-)


23 Aug 08 - 03:13 PM (#2420806)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Will Fly

"Good stuff Will.
Beer (adrien)"

Thanks Adrien.


25 Aug 08 - 10:44 PM (#2422153)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: ToulouseCruise

Thanks for the kind words gnu! For whatever reason I just hadn't been on the site here, and when I saw it in my links the other day, I gave myself a virtual slap and an actual frown, wondering where I had been hiding myself! So, whether good, bad, or otherwise non-committal, I am back to add oddity to your landscape.

Brian


25 Aug 08 - 10:57 PM (#2422160)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jim Lad

Just found out that somebody posted one of my tracks on You Tube.
5.000 hits!
Not bad.
Not bad at all!


28 Aug 08 - 08:09 AM (#2424198)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: alanabit

Here's me and the lads having a go on YouTube:

Used to Have A Name

Fat People in Love

The lighting obscures our faces, which, I am told, is a considerable blessing!


28 Aug 08 - 08:45 AM (#2424216)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

I'll recognize you any where. Great picture of you.
Love your songs. Thanks for sharing.
Beer (adrien)


01 Sep 08 - 12:41 PM (#2427752)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Acorn4

Just added these two pieces of insanity to the Youtube collection:-

Gobbindownmimobile

Reality TV

in addition to this one already there:-

UNder the Baseball Cap


01 Sep 08 - 12:52 PM (#2427758)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tradsinger

I've got a few videos on YouTube. Just look up 'frailer46'.

Tradsinger


02 Sep 08 - 07:10 AM (#2428526)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: wilbyhillbilly

I'm a Mudcatter and my first video is on Youtube so I guess I qualify, or maybe not?


Take a Look


06 Apr 10 - 03:41 PM (#2880890)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Art Thieme

Friends of mine have put a whole slew of my stuff up on Ewe Toob. Just look under my name.

Old friend, Paul Goelz, e-mailed me yesterday saying that he did some video taping of my shows at Chicago's NO EXIT coffeehouse in the 1970s I think it was. Some of 'em will be up there pretty soon he tells me. I don't recall being taped, but if Paul says he's got the stuff, I guess he does.

Art Thieme


06 Apr 10 - 03:44 PM (#2880893)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Phil Cooper

I was just listening to Casey Jones, Art. I've also uploaded more videos on Cooper & Nelson and February Sky stuff on my tradfolky1 channel.


13 Apr 10 - 02:53 PM (#2885744)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Amergin

Here is one of mine, it is a bit graphic: We've Seen Them In Pictures


13 Apr 10 - 10:48 PM (#2886100)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Max

Max's Page


13 Apr 10 - 11:13 PM (#2886116)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Masha

Our latest YouTube offering, especially fun for any medically-minded folks:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrMQ3I-0mlc


13 Apr 10 - 11:41 PM (#2886121)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Joe Offer

Nice job, Masha!
Hope the surgery went well.
-Joe Offer in Applegate, California-

Joe Offer on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFAxlvdWMFI


14 Apr 10 - 04:26 AM (#2886193)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

http://www.youtube.com/user/Georgiansilver1


14 Apr 10 - 06:00 AM (#2886233)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Rob Naylor

Masha: Our latest YouTube offering, especially fun for any medically-minded folks:

Did you *really* turn up at your surgeon's office and *sing* that consent?

GUFFAWWWWW!


15 Apr 10 - 12:58 AM (#2886953)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Masha

Rob -
Yup.
He loved it.

After the surgery, while I was in the hospital, we had several nurses & hospital administrators come to my room asking, "uh, are you the folks who...?"
Word got around.


15 Apr 10 - 06:23 AM (#2887061)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Fidjit

ell I'm there as the chas clark It was an option I was given and could hardly refuse.

Chas


17 Jul 10 - 10:37 AM (#2946736)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Amergin

My page: My Poetry


17 Jul 10 - 05:24 PM (#2946885)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

Our channel:

http://www.youtube.com/user/sabrinaeden


18 Jul 10 - 01:18 AM (#2947000)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Seamus Kennedy

I think I'm on there somewhere too.


18 Jul 10 - 04:10 AM (#2947019)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Deskjet

Liberty Hall by Brendan Devereux


18 Jul 10 - 05:20 AM (#2947029)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: VirginiaTam

Where can i see you live Seamus... great stuff.


Seamus Kennedy singing Monkey Farts

Seamus Kennedy singing Seven Drunken Nights


18 Jul 10 - 06:57 AM (#2947047)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: skarpi

Hallo all , well me an my band are on youtupe , it seems someone took
a video of us in concert , the song is " Don´t get married girls "
with Rósin Okkar ( our rose )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XOkpvI9UF4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_ObOnvnUM4&feature=related

sorry no blue klikky :O)) does not work .

kv Skarpi Iceland

Enjoy .


18 Jul 10 - 07:03 AM (#2947048)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: maeve

Skarpi's 1st link:

Skarpi's 2nd link:


18 Jul 10 - 10:08 AM (#2947094)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: BobKnight

I've just uploaded 21 videos in the last week. Mostly original songs in Scots, but a few traditional Scots/Irish ones too.

http://www.youtube.com/user/bobknightfolk


18 Jul 10 - 02:39 PM (#2947198)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: TheSilentOne

My wife Virginia Tam on Youtube:

Waterboy


18 Jul 10 - 05:08 PM (#2947269)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

My Channel

http://www.youtube.com/user/TootlinGeoff


19 Jul 10 - 09:08 AM (#2947562)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: allanc

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=101788786


Some of my attempts


19 Jul 10 - 04:15 PM (#2947843)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bruce MacNeill

I've been hesitant to do this but I came here a year and a half ago starting to work on performing and I have at least done several open mics with good response. I've been mostly sticking to Will Fly's porch with my attempts and they're called eclectic but they're at

www.youtube.com/user/bamfiles


19 Jul 10 - 04:43 PM (#2947856)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Stewart

Here I am at NW Folklife last May.

And my YouTube Channel - seattlefiddler.

Cheers, S. in Seattle


19 Jul 10 - 06:08 PM (#2947898)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Y_Not

I have really enjoyed watching the vids so I thought I'd post some. Why Not?

China Blue

Raining Stones

All Blues

Heartless Sea


19 Jul 10 - 06:26 PM (#2947905)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,No Fixed Abode

Well in the spirit of this thread......and Blue Peter..hears one we made earlier..


http://www.youtube.com/user/SIMMO7TS#p/u/18/NHamqeHag_A



Tony


20 Jul 10 - 06:22 PM (#2948587)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bounty Hound

The Bounty Hounds at Ely Folk Festival weekend before last.

Sorry about the legs, it was sweltering!

John

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pex90pjVgs0&feature=related


20 Jul 10 - 06:28 PM (#2948589)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bounty Hound

And the big finish to our set at Ely


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY-2ufGIB5M&feature=related


21 Jul 10 - 09:57 AM (#2949014)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Banjiman

Here's a couple:

Me and The Mrs: The Southern Girl's Reply



....and here's Wendy with John Bushby (Pipes & Whistle) and Caroline Bushby (Celtic Harp)

Arrowsmith : Bushby Trio - Lass O'Gowrie


21 Jul 10 - 10:26 AM (#2949038)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Peter Butler

Here's mine:

Santa Cruz

Peter


26 Jul 10 - 06:23 AM (#2952326)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest....sound anyway!
26 Jul 10 - 08:15 AM (#2952378)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Les Sullivan

drop my name into you tube and you can find me singing No tengo mas que dar te. I would put a blue clicky in but I have no idea how to do it


26 Jul 10 - 10:52 AM (#2952463)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: MGM·Lion

... or mine [mgmyer] to find, at present, 21 folksong videos I have recently posted there ~~ or you can find a clicky on 'Some New Youtube videos' thread.


26 Jul 10 - 11:42 AM (#2952509)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Will Fly

Michael Grosvenor Myer's Folk


26 Jul 10 - 11:57 AM (#2952519)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: MGM·Lion

Thanks, Will. There's a blue-clicky-and-a-½ as ever anybody saw!!!!!

~Michael~


26 Jul 10 - 12:32 PM (#2952538)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: John P

A few videos:
John P on YouTube


28 Jul 10 - 12:12 AM (#2953605)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: MGM·Lion

r


28 Jul 10 - 11:55 AM (#2953869)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Piers Plowman

Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Les Sullivan - PM
Date: 26 Jul 10 - 08:15 AM

"drop my name into you tube and you can find me singing No tengo mas que dar te. I would put a blue clicky in but I have no idea how to do it"

Here you go:

Les Sullivan (' No Tengo Mas Que Dar Te' )


(It's a piece of cake: See 'Make a link ("blue clicky")' under the "Reply to Thread" window on the right.)


28 Jul 10 - 11:59 AM (#2953872)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Piers Plowman

Beautiful song, well played and well sung, by the way.


02 Sep 10 - 02:27 PM (#2978642)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: WalkaboutsVerse

Just posted a new video on youtube.com/walkaboutsverse - my ditty "In a Small Pot", with tenor-recorder/English flute intro and keyboard accompaniment.


02 Sep 10 - 03:02 PM (#2978669)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: DonMeixner

Youtube search "Olderie" and find Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound, Buffalo Gals, and Rooty Toot Toot For The Moon.

Don


02 Sep 10 - 04:20 PM (#2978750)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest... Elvis song.... not too folkie eh??
10 Nov 10 - 07:15 PM (#3028818)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nick

I played at a charity do recently in North Yorkshire and co-opted a couple of friends (and my wife - though she's a friend too) to play along.

Favourite song that I learned from Pete Ryder who wrote it called Nat Shapiro's Time. I play it much faster than he plays it and left out the last verse because we were under time pressures on the night.

John who plays bodhran is a very fine interpreter of Jake Thackray's songs and Joss plays with Kathryn Tickell so I was pretty lucky for the night though the practice was about 2 minutes worth - so the beginning is a bit ropey

Nat Shapiro's Time


10 Nov 10 - 07:19 PM (#3028823)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

Very nice indeed, great song, very well done


03 Dec 10 - 05:53 PM (#3045847)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: bradfordian

The hole in the elephant's bottom -- bradfordian


03 Dec 10 - 06:19 PM (#3045859)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

LOL Brad, can't stop laughing .. priceless


03 Dec 10 - 06:25 PM (#3045863)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

my version of Losers


27 Dec 10 - 02:34 PM (#3062070)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Jed Marum and Lonestar Stout

A musical "collage" - with band pics from recent shows - and playing with friends, Brian McNeill, Ed Miller, John Taylor, Alasdair Fraser, Jean Redpath, Tom Leighton, Paul Mills.


27 Dec 10 - 02:36 PM (#3062072)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Jed Marum and Lonestar Stout

A musical "collage" - with band pics from recent shows - and playing with friends, Brian McNeill, Ed Miller, John Taylor, Alasdair Fraser, Jean Redpath, Tom Leighton, Paul Mills.


27 Dec 10 - 02:37 PM (#3062073)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

sorry for the double post - the first accidenatlly pointed back to this thread!


27 Dec 10 - 02:48 PM (#3062079)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Little Hawk

Here I am doing a Dylan song at a local song circle...

Takes a lot t' laugh....

Here I am doing my own song with some help from my buddy, Jack...

Lone and Lonesome Stranger

And here's Chongo, cracking wise at the Monkey Bar:

Wait for the punch line...

As usual, the dimwit who posted it doesn't even know that chimpanzees are not monkeys! But other than that, it's great. ;-)


27 Dec 10 - 02:50 PM (#3062083)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Little Hawk

Nice sounding material there, Jed. It's way more trad-sounding than anything I'll ever do. I like it.


27 Dec 10 - 03:12 PM (#3062095)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Not quite folky but........


10 Jan 11 - 11:59 PM (#3071850)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

I found a few on Youtube that I didn't know about. Here are a couple from a show I did with some local Dallas are TV folks.

Miles from Home

Cryder Road


11 Jan 11 - 12:17 AM (#3071855)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLLag39lQYk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSfmu8DGShA

ad.


11 Jan 11 - 04:29 AM (#3071919)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

Starling Swarm : Blackpool 9-1-11


11 Jan 11 - 04:44 AM (#3071927)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Brakn

Me singing Davy Lowston at Swinton. I didn't realise they were recording!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhg1G_DYhuo

One of my neighbours put this one up - My Old Sligo Home - and somehow it's got over 5,000 hits. Odd.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGFQdjHYTI0


11 Jan 11 - 04:47 AM (#3071928)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Brakn

Davy Lowston

My Old Sligo Home

Sorry about that!


11 Jan 11 - 04:59 AM (#3071936)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Brakn

The Beech Band @ the Craft Market, Manchester.


11 Jan 11 - 11:12 AM (#3072169)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mrs.Duck

The Shanty Annas


11 Jan 11 - 10:50 PM (#3072638)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: reggie miles

Yep, I got stuff on the Tube. Folks began posting miscellaneous videos featuring my playing and I collected them all into a favorites file. The quality varies greatly among these. I have only one actual music video of my song, "These Old Shoes". Some of the rest of the videos in the file were captured from live shows. Some were impromptu camera captures by passersby on the street. In some cases the videos were then edited by others into their own visions.

At least one of them is a television commercial. The result of the campaign that used that commercial later brought several million dollars to those who launched it but I received nothing for my part, except the exposure of having my music included in the effort. I also get a cameo in the first few seconds of the commercial.

However, because of the camera crew's efforts at posting one of my songs, "Wall Street Bail Out Blues", on YouTube, I did get my photo in The Wall Street Journal and mentioned in an article about songwriters, that made the cover on February 6th 2009. The article by writer Rob Tomsho, "No Dough In The Do Re Mi", also mentioned some other songwriting heroes, Woody Guthrie, Neil Young and Tom Paxton. Priceless! All due to a video of my song getting posted to You Tube.

http://www.youtube.com/my_favorites?feature=mhum


12 Jan 11 - 10:03 AM (#3072916)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: blinddrunkal

Wonderful thread - I've just spent too much time following these links, instead of getting some work done - great to see my friend lewdite on here too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SSpwQg29-uY


12 Jan 11 - 10:10 AM (#3072918)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: blinddrunkal

I meant to ask you mudcatters if anyone knew the identity of the singer in the link above!

have one of mine for good luck anyway!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBt32pawrW4


12 Jan 11 - 10:46 AM (#3072950)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Amergin

I don't know who she is, but she is awesome....wow.

Another good singer is an Ozzie by the name of Raymond Crooke. He has tonnes of videos up on his channel.

BTW I love your singing!


12 Jan 11 - 11:11 AM (#3072970)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: blinddrunkal

Raymond has done a great job on his channel - always gives interesting information and background on the songs too! )h, and thanks for the BTW!!


12 Jan 11 - 12:56 PM (#3073085)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: reggie miles

Hmmm, that link of mine doesn't seem to work today. It just takes me to a 'Sign In' page at YT. Let's try another approach.

Here's a link to a playlist that I created of 25 various videos that I found posted, or posted myself to YT. They all feature my musical mayhem. http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=A623742B4B9D13F9

Note, that I've had no hand in the creation of any of these videos, except to be the musical subject being captured. It's a challenge to create a video, when you possess no video camera. So, the quality of these offerings vary greatly.

Oddly, one of the most watched videos from among this group is the earliest video that was posted at YT of me offering my version of "51 Highway Blues" at a local pub and the quality is quite rough.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9qvNOLUTng4

One of my favorites is of my song "Grossosity!". I love the audience reaction.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DzmdqR3Puw

Another great audience response is in the following video, captured on a phone camera at The Historic Everett Theater. I'm offering my version of a Pat Donahue song, "Would You Like To Play Your Guitar?". The video quality isn't good at all but the audience was very sweet indeed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-ijRyNwuq4

A very nicely edited documentary/interview video capture, the work of Session7Media, features my song, "There's A Hole".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lpag3PVDbBk

A video that turned out well, despite the fact that I had far too little time to prepare for my part in the show, was captured at The Moore Theater in Seattle and posted to YT by the STG (Seattle Theater Group). It features me on stage offering a number with my musical saw and joined by a whole host of wonderful performers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHfodgMsVNs

A recent documentary/interview video about my musical saw playing, that Katie Rowland captured and created, isn't on YT. I've been offering Christmas songs with my musical saw at Seattle's Pike Place Market during the season. This video was captured on the first snowy day of 2010 in Seattle. It's posted on vimeo.

http://vimeo.com/17143145

Just one more, that hasn't made it to either YT or vimeo, is one that's currently posted at my MySpace and my uvumi pages. This is from my performance during the Moisture Festival in Seattle at ACT (A Contemporary Theater) and features me offering "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" with my musical saw to a very enthusiastic audience sweetly tweeting along with me during the bluebird part.

http://www.uvumi.com/#reggiemiles/videos/1854


18 Jan 11 - 04:24 PM (#3077417)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

Lord Thomas (Child # 73) : Sedayne, Tuesday, 18th Jan 2011


18 Jan 11 - 04:51 PM (#3077438)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: breezy

Chris Flegg is there


18 Jan 11 - 07:58 PM (#3077568)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Desert Dancer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ccy8mhAOjI

astro and I (I in brown dress with scoop neck with hair fastened up, astro with dark T-shirt and glasses)

;-)

~ Becky in Tucson


18 Jan 11 - 09:04 PM (#3077602)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Guy Wolff

I have been swapping songs and tunes with banjo and concertina friends over there for the last few years . I am afraid I have a ton of clips .. Its so much fun having someone ask you to work up a tune and then see what they do with it as well. I really think of my Yt experience as an exrtention of the years of conversation and friends I have made here.
All the best , Guy

My YT channel


http://www.youtube.com/user/guywolff?feature=mhum#p/u


19 Jan 11 - 08:50 AM (#3077837)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

Child Owlet (Child #291) : Sedayne - Wednesday 19th Jan 2011


21 Jan 11 - 04:12 PM (#3079615)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: PoppaGator

Finally, my debut appearance on the WorldWideWeb:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pp5QLPzxg_w

Tom Henehan, aka PoppaGator


21 Jan 11 - 05:12 PM (#3079655)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Kenny B (inactive)

Glasgow Sunday School
One fresh off the ether by myself ,its amazing what you can get up to when bored


21 Jan 11 - 05:14 PM (#3079657)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Capo da Monty

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOZDO00L4KA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oq-jqbAO8o&feature=related

And another!

CdM


21 Jan 11 - 05:30 PM (#3079670)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

Gosh... so many great vids! This has been a fun thread. Keep em comin!


22 Jan 11 - 04:14 AM (#3079856)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Rosebrook

What a fun thread this is!
Quick cameo of me playing hammered dulcimer in annual open band for local contra dance:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3YDgWo8afo

We have a great time - young and old at the grange.
Rose


22 Jan 11 - 02:17 PM (#3080146)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yA26cxOfxjc
Here are a couple of my new tunes
Al


23 Jan 11 - 05:29 PM (#3080977)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

Well, I've put my first attempt up on YouTube, but the sound is slightly out of synch with the video. I'll get it sorted sometime soon, but I've been trying for a while with no success yet *sigh*

Anyway, it's here!


23 Jan 11 - 06:19 PM (#3081007)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: cujimmy

Here's my contribution, regards

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g-qJeTMWyA


24 Jan 11 - 03:50 PM (#3081612)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: PoppaGator

Jeez, I thougth I was the last person in the known universe to finally put up video of myself, but apparently not ~ there's a whole bunch of other newbies popping up just within the past week.

Here's video #2, a favorite of mine and my usual closing number, an arrangement of "Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans" that I had worked up a fe wyears ago during the winter of '05-'06 while living in Katrina-exile in New Jersey (i.e., what we came to call "evacu-cation").

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZHBhuCsyOE&feature=feedu

Paul shot about 40 minutes worth of video at this show in December, and he is deciding which songs and how many to post. I probably will NOT post a notification to this thread for each one; just keep an eye on my "channel" if you're interested. I suppose that I will come back here to let y'all know if and when I have something new to show from another session on another date...


24 Jan 11 - 05:02 PM (#3081654)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,jeff

Wish I knew how to make a 'blue clicky'...:-(

But, if one is willing to make the attempt I have 2 placed on youtube yesterday: Search 'house of the rising sun sylvania serenade' and/or 'I know you by heart sylvania serenade'

Any comments would be most appreciated. Thank you, Jeff


24 Jan 11 - 05:47 PM (#3081705)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

I know you by Heart. Sylvania Serenade.
House of the Rising Sun
24 Jan 11 - 05:47 PM (#3081706)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Clickied and a couple of good renditions

I Know You by Your Heart

House of the rising Sun


24 Jan 11 - 05:58 PM (#3081722)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

Two monologues on there now
"My word you do look queer" and an old Victorian one called
"The Old Castle"
Sorry I can never get the Blue clicky thing to work but you may enjoy them.
Al


25 Jan 11 - 02:05 AM (#3081910)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My Word you do look Queer
The Old Castle
25 Jan 11 - 04:18 AM (#3081938)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

Many thanks
May your Georgiansilver never get tarnished
Al


25 Jan 11 - 05:20 AM (#3081949)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

It never does Alan.. I wrap it well in kitchen roll tissues and handle with cotton gloves..... Enjoyed your songs by the way! Thanks.


25 Jan 11 - 07:38 AM (#3081992)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

Unfortunately I can't see Alan's 'my word you do look queer' as I'm at work at the moment, but if it's as good as his performance in Seaford Folk Club recently, it'll be brilliant. Take a look!!!


25 Jan 11 - 08:15 AM (#3082013)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

After that I must admit to feeling a lot better !!
Ta
Al


25 Jan 11 - 08:20 AM (#3082016)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jack Blandiver

Sounding lovely as ever there, MGAS! Will we see you at Fylde this year???

*

And seeing as it's Burns Night, I thought a wee rendering of Winter : A Dirge might not go amiss; sung to the tune of MacPherson's Rant as advised (by Burns? Must look into this) - and as fitting a lament as any to the season as any I might think of though I do come unstuck on the last verse:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF-ZFExmAZU

Note the presence of an original 1959 Broons book, the cover of which depicts Paw Broom addressing the family haggis. For a better view see HERE.


25 Jan 11 - 09:17 AM (#3082058)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,jeff

Thank you to Geogiansilver and Guest[whoever :-)] And thank you for the compliment(s).

My next endeavor is to learn the 'blue clicky' procedure! If one can post a video to youtube the process for 'blue clicky' should be within one's capabilities. It's about time I learned, anyway!


25 Jan 11 - 09:28 AM (#3082064)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

The blue clicky code is simple enough - there's an invaluable thread anbout it: blue clicky test thread: HTML Practice.


25 Jan 11 - 03:10 PM (#3082266)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

For the Christians amongst you .. my Youtube Christian song/hymn channel.


25 Jan 11 - 04:01 PM (#3082299)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Dave the Gnome

There may be a certain Gnome hereabouts

Or in even stranger circumstances here

Put yer fingers in yer ears before following...

:D (eG)


25 Jan 11 - 06:08 PM (#3082381)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

Many thanks for your kind words SO'P! Alas Fylde isn't looking feasible this year as I'm covering holidays, but possibly next year as I might not have a job then!

Still haven't found a cure for my 'out of synch' video, so I haven't uploaded any more yet. Got loads standing by.... I suggest closing your eyes if you browse my out of Synch clip here! *grin*


26 Jan 11 - 06:20 AM (#3082596)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Dave the Gnome

I am hoping to get to Fylde - But possibly only on the Sunday as we will probably have some American visitors who are non-folkies with us!

Out of interest, I believe MacPhearsons rant was written by Burns, but the popular tune for it was written later by someone else. Did you know he was hiung for being an Egyptian and keeping unruly mercats btw - Honest! Look it up here.

:D


26 Jan 11 - 08:25 AM (#3082649)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

I think it's widely accepted that the tune at least is MacPherson's - even on his Celtic Viol album no lesser personage than Jordi Savall acknowledges that much! Not sure about Burns having much of a hand in it as a writer - certainly (most of) the five verse attributed to him don't feel like Burns, lacking his heavy handed mawkishness which ruins (for example) both Highland Widow's Lament and John Barleycorn, though I'll accept wretch's destinie! as being pure Burns in this respect, likewise the second stanza. The provenance of the other verses lies in The Tradition of the thing, although the great Davie Stewart felt certain of them were undoubtedly the work of MacPherson. In many ways, Stewart's version remains definitive, and the most authentic in terms of traditional provenance, with Stewart claiming descendancy from MacPherson, whose broken fiddle is extant, likewise the verses claimed to have been written by him, both of which you can see here:

http://www.clan-macpherson.org/museum/fiddle.php


26 Jan 11 - 09:07 AM (#3082672)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

PS - Hope to see you at Fylde on the Sunday...


26 Jan 11 - 09:11 AM (#3082673)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: theleveller

Here's me and t'missus doing a song of mine - Jack and Jill (it's based on a true story). For some reason I look extremely fat - think I was wearing a fat shirt that day.

Jack and Jill by Whipstaff


26 Jan 11 - 07:54 PM (#3083050)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Peter Stockport

Its a big thread and getting bigger, here's me and Lynda
Peter nad Lynda

Peter


03 Feb 11 - 04:58 AM (#3087764)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

I've finally figured out how to get videos uploaded properly to You Tube and have deleted Searching for Lambs which was 'out of synch'.

New videos uploaded to My Channel are:

Road to Ronderlin by Ian Matthews
Follow the Heron by Karine Polwart
Go with a Smile by Brian Bedford
Swallows by Vicki Williams - Mudcatter 'Buddug' who sadly passed away just before Easter 2010 having fought bravely for so long.

I'll keep trying to sort the out of synch ones, I'll let you know!


03 Feb 11 - 06:55 AM (#3087800)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Banjiman

Here's Wendy & I doing "Southern Girl's Reply ", learned from Jeff Warner (his Mother collected it).

Just an attempt to prove banjo can be subtle!


...... Pete (theleveller), it must be a trick of the camera, I'm sure you didn't look fat on the day!


03 Feb 11 - 06:58 AM (#3087802)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Banjiman

p.s. This song will be on Wendy's new album.......with Marjorie Patterson's wonderful cello as well.


04 Feb 11 - 05:47 AM (#3088452)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

OK, I've now got past the 'out of synch' problem I had and uploaded Searching for Lambs again!


04 Feb 11 - 08:49 AM (#3088523)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,machree01

Brendan O'Dowda profiling the life of Percy French, 1854 -- 1920, from his art-work, poems and most of all the songs Percy French had written. Also the wonderful singing voice of Brendan O'Dowda. Get a cup of tea and a few biscuits, sit-down relax and watch this brilliant documentry.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKLWO2F3WgQ


04 Feb 11 - 08:50 AM (#3088524)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: treewind

I though my YouTube channel was linked here alaready, but it doesn't seem to be.
So here is is: Anahata's channel (anahatamelodeon) mostly instrumentals, a few songs with Mary and a few other miscellaneous bits and pieces.

Fix a long drink, sit back and enjoy (or endure...) 52 uploads!


04 Feb 11 - 08:53 AM (#3088526)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: theleveller

"Just an attempt to prove banjo can be subtle!"

Succeeds in that Paul (amazingly!) Lovely song - looking forward to the new CD.


07 Feb 11 - 09:34 AM (#3090398)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Valmai Goodyear

On Saturday 5th. February we had a visitor from Norway at the Lewes Saturday Folk Club. He put together a sampler of some of the people who sang and played that night, himself included. Unfortunately our booked guests had had to cancel because of illness, but we enjoyed an open night with plenty of good music and not a weak performer in sight.

Many thanks to our guest, Henrik Wigestrand, for the recording.

Valmai (Lewes)


07 Feb 11 - 10:59 AM (#3090438)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Cool Beans

My song "Sixteen Monkeys (In His Pants)," live in concert.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Tzc3w1aRaA


07 Feb 11 - 05:35 PM (#3090719)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Deskjet

Another one of meself.
The Silver Spoon


07 Feb 11 - 06:02 PM (#3090736)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

Just managed to get past my 'out of synch' problem again and get another couple of videos onto my YouTube channel:

The Higgler by Tony Franklin
After the Goldrush by Neil Young


15 Feb 11 - 09:52 AM (#3095671)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Johnny

What talen weve got on Mudcat - very entertaining


06 Apr 11 - 05:32 PM (#3130105)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Goodluck

Some nice music among these posts - well done


05 May 11 - 05:19 PM (#3148808)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Morley Person

Bump


05 May 11 - 05:33 PM (#3148819)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

Will Fly and myself have had some nice comments about these two waltzes
"Snowflakes are falling and Marianne Waltz"
You can judge for yourselves on this linkhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCSpFiNsHUs
Al


05 May 11 - 05:37 PM (#3148822)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Here is a clip from a local TV project I did recently.


And here is a another clip froma Dallas songwriter named Daria McBee ... good song about her old home.


05 May 11 - 06:41 PM (#3148866)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Beer

love your music Jed. Thanks for sharing.
Adrien


05 May 11 - 06:58 PM (#3148881)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

;-)


10 May 11 - 11:42 PM (#3151829)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Dan Schatz

My YouTube channel is DanSchatzFolk . There's three videos up there right now - two from an appearance on The Songwriter's Notebook with Rik Palieri, and a brand new one, The Promise of the Sowing.

Dan


11 May 11 - 03:30 AM (#3151894)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: treewind

Here's a few recent uploads of mine: (me playing melodeon unless otherwise indicated)
The Sweetness of Mary, a Cape Breton Strathspey
Cambridge May Garland Song sung by Mary Humphreys who is also playing one-row melodeon (very rare)
The Crystal Wedding a waltz by Brian Peters
Bluebell Polka
Cheshire Waltz

My Channel with 59 public uploads in total so far.

Anahata


11 May 11 - 07:18 AM (#3151987)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

A wee folk blessing for a Merry Green May:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIQGKW5H69c


11 May 11 - 11:36 AM (#3152137)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Steve Parkes

You can find me here. Please excuse my pseudonym ... it's not as if I don't want anyone to know who I am!


11 May 11 - 12:18 PM (#3152165)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest offering on Youtube.... not strictly Folk I guess.
11 May 11 - 12:24 PM (#3152168)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jayto

I just wanted to say I really like this thread. I love any thread that allows me to hear the cats on MC. Thanks for starting it and thanks to everybody that has contributed.


18 May 11 - 05:17 PM (#3156563)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: terrier

I think I've finally figured out how to put a video clip on YouTube so here is ME!!


18 May 11 - 06:14 PM (#3156624)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Here is my channel. I have 14 videos up, including one performed by Amos Jessup, and one by David Coffin


18 May 11 - 06:53 PM (#3156654)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: DrugCrazed

I keep meaning to do some YouTube stuff, but I realise that
a) My camera sucks
b) I keep recording 4 part a cappella.

Though I'm thinking of recording the things and just miming. It's like I'm a mainstream pop artist!


19 May 11 - 12:21 AM (#3156802)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Any one who has passed over Deskjet's youtube link...Wow. You are missing a great video. Here is the link again
Liberty Hall


25 May 11 - 12:52 PM (#3160396)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Bump


25 May 11 - 05:02 PM (#3160524)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: death by whisky

.This is me and the lads in Dingle after much searcing and finding Seamus on every page...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6TNcX5Mtmk

Does the link work?


25 May 11 - 05:56 PM (#3160548)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Link to above.


25 May 11 - 06:34 PM (#3160565)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jon Rubin

I've found Mudcat very helpful in researching lyrics and provenance for a lot of my material. Thank you all!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYvnDeB2OT8


26 May 11 - 01:49 AM (#3160661)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Link to above.   Great sound Jon


26 May 11 - 02:21 AM (#3160668)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Valmai Goodyear

Oh, what the heck. Some of our Lewes musicians can be seen at 1.50 on this TV trailer playing for a much-simplified version of dwyle flunking to be broadcast at 9.00 on 9th. June on Channel Dave: Compete for the Meat.

For a fuller version of the sport with much more music, see Dwyle Flunking at the Lewes Arms.

Valmai (Lewes, Sussex, England)


26 May 11 - 07:40 AM (#3160758)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GEST

Although I am NOT a musician, since 2008 YouTube has helped promote my Web site and introduced me to hundreds of artists who permit me to embed videos of their songs. To date I have made only 12 videos of artists' songs, but maintain more than 40 YouTube playlists with an average of 40 videos in each. In turn, these are embedded on individual song pages of my archival Web site: GEST Songs of Newfoundland and Labrador. Nothing displays a song better than lyrics, but video gives it life and much more interest.

http://www.youtube.com/user/gdgest?feature=mhee#g/u


27 May 11 - 12:56 PM (#3161367)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: paul vaughan

I recorded my version of Bob Dylan's Make You Feel My Love on the Audacity program, I was quite pleased with it so made a video to go with it as a suprise for my wife. PLease have a look I'd be interested in your opinions.
                   For Julie


27 May 11 - 01:04 PM (#3161368)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin A

Was here:
http://www.youtube.com/user/GavinAtkin

Now though, it seems I have to be here: http://www.youtube.com/user/blackfriarsboy

I've no idea why it seemed to change...

Gavin


30 May 11 - 05:07 AM (#3162486)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: death by whisky

This

My son,not folk,although he has stood in on occasion, and we do encourage creativity.


31 May 11 - 12:11 AM (#3162912)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: harpmolly

Hi guys! I posted this to the other Mudcat YouTube thread a while back, but a little more shameless self-promotion never hurt anyone, right? Right??? ;) Anyway, here's my channel.

http://www.youtube.com/mollificent

Actually, I have another channel, too...it's my "just for fun" channel. I'll post the link, but be aware that there are some parody songs that will make ABSOLUTELY NO SENSE to anyone who isn't a denizen of the Comics Curmudgeon blog. ;) Anyway:

http://www.youtube.com/niakitten

Hope you all enjoy!

Molly


03 Jun 11 - 05:28 AM (#3164628)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Bump

Bump


13 Jun 11 - 01:29 AM (#3169688)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

I have had an acoustic version of Little Wing on Youtube for some time. Recently I added a mandolin track and a very understated electric guitar track to it, thanks to my friend Matt Gabriel and his son Jacob. It's certainly a very ethereal version of what is usually done as a soaring electric ballad, but I am happy with it.


13 Jun 11 - 01:59 AM (#3169692)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Lonesome EJ... Just been on your channel on Youtube.. some interesting stuff.. subscribed so I can see anything new. Best wishes, Mike.


08 Jul 11 - 03:47 PM (#3183913)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jerry

Enjoyed listening to these - compliments


08 Jul 11 - 10:37 PM (#3184118)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Genie

My YouTube Channel,
WildeNotesMusic
has postings of quite a few videos of Mudcatters, including Amos, Frank Jones, Ron Davies, Alaska Mike, Joe Hickerson, Lonesome EJ, Leadfingers, Barry Finn, Big Mick, ClaireBear, and others. Many of the videos are from the '08 or '10 Getaway and some are from Portland FolkMusic Society's Singtime Frolics. Others are from various places, including some of my own songs (a few originals, many covers).

If you want to find the ones that are from Mudcatters, use "Mudcatter" as the key word.

I have suggested this as a key word for others to use to post videos of Mudcatters, since the word "Mudcat" will get you hundreds of irrelevant links, most of them having to do with marine dredging equipment or blues musicians nicknamed "Mudcat."   

Genie


06 Aug 11 - 07:12 AM (#3202574)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jerry

maybe there are more to come from people at festivals this year


30 Aug 11 - 08:04 PM (#3215563)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Some old fashioned Bluegrass style...

How It Went


31 Aug 11 - 07:48 AM (#3215811)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Autoharp Bob

My You Tube Channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/Bobtheautoharp
On this you will see several of my videos - featuring, surprisingly, the autoharp - but also several from the UK Autoharp Association meetings.


31 Aug 11 - 08:18 AM (#3215823)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,john f weldon

I posted here years ago, but there's lotsa new stuff...

weldon youTube

The more recent films can be found here as well, and I consider Vimeo higher quality...

jw vimeo

cheers, JFW


31 Aug 11 - 05:50 PM (#3216156)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Paul G.

Here's one from a show I did last week...
http://youtu.be/9X-1nMO3DXM


31 Aug 11 - 05:51 PM (#3216157)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Paul G.

Here's the Blood Blue CLicky


31 Aug 11 - 08:03 PM (#3216226)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jean(eanjay)

this is my YouTube channel where I make the videos in iMovie.

So far I have videos on of songs recorded in the 1970s by Janet Jones and also by Jon Rennard, a tune on chromatic harmonica played by Tony (Bomber) Aked (mudcat name Mississippi Saxaphone), one of mudcatter Dan O'Connell's songs and some poems read by myself.


31 Aug 11 - 08:19 PM (#3216234)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mississippi Saxaphone

My YouTube channel. I will be uploading tunes in the future of myself playing chromatic harmonica. I am a member of the National Harmonica League.


01 Sep 11 - 03:09 PM (#3216620)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bounty Hound

Couple of songs from our summer festival gigs,

Peddler John - Ely Folk Festival

Wraggle Taggle Gypsies - Moira Furnace Folk Festival


John


01 Sep 11 - 03:27 PM (#3216628)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Rex

I'm on it. You can link a couple of them through my website:

http://www.timetravelmusic.com

Rex


01 Sep 11 - 07:00 PM (#3216742)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Hey Rex ol Buddy! Love the cameo in Cowboys and Aliens. Excellent reaction take! Great website as well!


02 Sep 11 - 04:38 AM (#3216910)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Banjiman

Here's a couple of new one's from Mrs Banjiman live at Beverley Fest-

The traditional and unaccompanied Annachie Gordon

and her own Sweeter By The Day , the lead track from "Life, Love & Chocolate".


02 Sep 11 - 04:57 AM (#3216917)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

An early attempt at this one (for our hapless fiddler anyway!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S-Lzzzgzfo

Fylde goers can hear it properly tomorrow afternoon - 3.00pm at The Mount...


03 Sep 11 - 06:46 PM (#3217760)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jerry

Refresh


04 Sep 11 - 01:50 PM (#3218102)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

Here

And.

Here


05 Sep 11 - 10:20 AM (#3218476)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Paul G.

Another one from last Wednesday. Vid quality is not the best, but the sound's not bad...


26 Sep 11 - 10:30 AM (#3229258)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Dan Schatz

Here's my version of Joe Turner Blues.

Dan


26 Sep 11 - 10:39 AM (#3229267)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

bonny george campbell
If the link to this very sad song does not work. Then he blue clicky has beaten me again
john


03 Oct 11 - 10:43 PM (#3233425)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Rex

Mark Gardner and I dropped in to True West Magazine's offices following our shows at the Musical Instrument Museum thinking we might have some fun.
True West Ghost Writers
With Bob Bose Bell around that is a certainty.
Rex


22 Nov 11 - 03:41 AM (#3261341)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: bradfordian

Bradfordian's youtube channel

Music from the This Is Us UK Launch party at Herga Fc 14 Nov 2011

The performers & songs:-

Mary Humphreys & Anahata: Valiant & Allexander
Mary Humphreys & Anahata: Pan O'wn y Gwanwyn
My guru always said: O no my love, not I
Stallion: Ratcliff Highway
Stallion: Harem Scarem
Noreen: The comfort of singing voices
Henry Clements: Needle and Thread
Henry Clements: Lost Railways
Les Sullivan: Sullivan's Farewell
Leadfingers: When father was pantomime dame
Leadfingers: Water and Beer
Peter Twitchett (Waddon Pete): Chickens in the garden
MtheGM: The Skillet Pot
MtheGM: The Friar
Mysha: Catalunya Spirit
Pavane: Roxburgh Castle
Mrs Pavane: Ar Lan y Mor
My guru always said & George Papavgeris: The Rain Is Falling
George Papavgeris: Circles in the air

and maybe a couple more later

bradfordian


22 Nov 11 - 07:59 AM (#3261431)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Dylan was 70 this year.. so I did one of his..... maybe not as good but was fun!


22 Nov 11 - 09:40 AM (#3261472)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: DrugCrazed

I should really record some stuff and throw it on YouTube...


22 Nov 11 - 09:44 AM (#3261477)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Roger the Skiffler

Nice to be able to share the CD launch party at Herga for those of us who weren't there, thanks Barrie. The world will breathe a sigh of relief that I've never been captured for Youtube (or if I have, that superinjunction has prevented publication!).

RtS


22 Nov 11 - 03:27 PM (#3261665)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Songbob

My song for the Occupy movement is at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGysOlL8lQ8

I think I mentioned this in other threads, but now it'll be in the archive list of Youtube 'Catters efforts as well.

Bob Clayton


22 Nov 11 - 03:50 PM (#3261681)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Blickified

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGysOlL8lQ8


22 Nov 11 - 03:56 PM (#3261684)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

I have also done a Dylan song.


22 Nov 11 - 05:35 PM (#3261744)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

The last 3 videos from the "THIS IS US" UK launch party

Moses and The Ref: The Coffee Song
Moses and The Ref: Hard Times
Crane Driver & Sussex Carole: Let Me Breathe

bradfordian


23 Nov 11 - 12:56 PM (#3262149)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Closet-Folkie

Wish I could have been at the "This Is Us" launch; looks like a good time was had by all. Here's a rather cheery video to accompany my song on the collection, Road To Ruin


22 Dec 11 - 03:21 PM (#3278534)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,,


06 Jan 12 - 02:22 AM (#3285670)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Try these!!!!

GfS


06 Jan 12 - 12:15 PM (#3285986)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: 2581

Australian Mudcatter Raymond Crooke is a prolific (and talented) poster on YouTube. Check out the three covers and one original song below.

Miner's Lullaby (James Low)

The Mountain (Steve Earle)

Pound A Week Rise (Ed Pickford)

Big Coal Don't Like This Man At All (original)


06 Jan 12 - 12:33 PM (#3286004)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Well done Raymond Crooke. Nice performances!


06 Jan 12 - 12:43 PM (#3286011)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

GFS, very nice work. It would make a great soundtrack!

and Ray, well sung!


06 Jan 12 - 01:00 PM (#3286028)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Thank You, Lonesome EJ!
It actually was being considered for a soundtrack...and still may be, by a Major film studio....but things for the project are still pending.
(I am assuming you are referring to "Bittersuite:Joy", and not the others, but "Seascape" was used as a soundtrack for a laser show at the Griffith park planetarium, in Los Angeles. If you are not familiar with the planetarium, it is the same one used in the film, "Rebel Without a Cause" with James Dean, Sal Mineo, Natalie Wood and Jim Backus,(may they all Rest in Peace)...during the latter part of the film.

I keep telling some of the Mudcatters to focus on the gift of music, rather than politics...and not to let the drag of the world's upheaval to clutter their filters...especially when playing or performing.
Anyway, Thanks for the flowers!!

Warmest Regards,

GfS


09 Jan 12 - 06:03 AM (#3287428)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: bradfordian

Guest from Sanity: Some lovely music there; in your favorite armchair, close your eyes and let the imagery develop.

Something a little different from my chorus, the Nottingham Clarion Choir. A medly entitled "Childsplay Miscellany" --'cos it features several kids songs. It is a commentary on the British political scene and was arrangened by the choir M.D. and performed in the Cathedral (hence the echoy accoustics) of my home town of Bradford for the 2011 "Raise Your Bannners" festival.

Click

bradfordian


09 Jan 12 - 07:32 AM (#3287454)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nigel Paterson

Finally made it on to YouTube. I have a music channel called: NIGELPATERSONMUSIC One piece up & running. It's for kids (search for 'Dance Your Socks Off') & it AIN'T Folk! More to follow in a plethora of styles & genres. Despite my 60s 'folk roots' background, folk music does not feature prominently in my writing currently.
                               Happy New Year to One & All, Nigel.


09 Jan 12 - 12:29 PM (#3287606)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Nice, Nigel..and I clicked on the others you had, as well..this was the first I've heard you.
I will be posting a couple more, pretty shortly, as well.

GfS


09 Jan 12 - 01:00 PM (#3287627)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: JedMarum

Here is new one. It's a demo of a waltz I wrote it for fiddle but after making this demo on banjo, I think I like that way. Who needs fiddle?

;-)


09 Jan 12 - 05:32 PM (#3287740)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Lovely....sorta reminded me of 'Shenandoah'..with the pics on the video.

GfS


09 Jan 12 - 06:34 PM (#3287767)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Nice Jed. Yeah, the banjo is perfect for the melody.


10 Jan 12 - 09:23 AM (#3288058)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Jed
Wonderful ... great job


10 Jan 12 - 12:12 PM (#3288155)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nigel Paterson

Thank you DfS for your kind words. I hope you'll enjoy the next YT upload...VERY different from D.Y.S.O. All this 'internet activity' has come about since I retired in 2004. The difference is that now I set my own deadlines & I compose when the muse strikes me...which is not as often as I would like! I suspect Folk Music will creep into my work eventually, but my career also included pop & rock, classical in it's broadest sense & experimental, which covers a multitude of sins! At my age, being able to take things at my own pace is a real bonus. Good fortune with your own works,
                                           Happy Music Making,
                                                                            Nigel.


10 Jan 12 - 02:05 PM (#3288229)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Acorn4

Last Closing Time

Lament for the vanishing British pub.


10 Jan 12 - 06:36 PM (#3288362)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Liked your waltz, Jed. Banjo was good but I could hear the fiddle in my head :}

And yours Acorn4

I've recently uploaded some Woody Guthrie songs.

Grand Coulee Dam

Wreck of the Reuben James


10 Jan 12 - 08:30 PM (#3288400)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mark Ross

Here I am in '75 on Kate Wolf's radio show in Santa Rosa,California
Kate Wolf and Mark Ross


And here I am a couple of years ago at the Eugene OR Public library leading the kiddies on a train ride;
mark ross childrens concert

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEgkKTto-5s


And the here's the train coming back into the station;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVHToe1Gr1I

These last two at the library were shot on a cell phone, so it's a bit shaky and out of focus. It's good though!

Mark Ross


01 Feb 12 - 04:07 AM (#3300103)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Gavin Atkin

From intheboatshed.net:

http://intheboatshed.net/2012/01/31/short-jacket-and-white-trousers/

My eternal thanks to Bert Lloyd!

Gavin


08 Feb 12 - 11:33 PM (#3304690)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

I'm starting to experiment with making video out of still pictures. This is today's effort: Scribble Monster, the First.

The tune is also something of a musical version of a "Scribble" -- just me playing around with the F major key. The video probably doesn't need music, except that I find Hearing folks lose their attention without it...


09 Feb 12 - 08:51 AM (#3304840)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Steve Parkes

Ah CapriUni, that's a fine trick my granddad taught me many years ago! It still works, and not just for me, I see.


09 Feb 12 - 08:54 AM (#3304843)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Very nice, CU!


09 Feb 12 - 11:31 AM (#3304912)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Steve -- It sure is, isn't it? It can really help shut up that dratted Inner Editor when it gets cranky, and insists there's nothing new or interesting to look at or think about. Nothing like good, solid, empirical evidence for proving the point to the contrary.

EJ -- Thanks, muchly! It was a lot of fun to do, too (though I discovered that fiddling with the scanner took the most effort).


09 Feb 12 - 12:07 PM (#3304932)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

Here is a new one from me


http:
Al


09 Feb 12 - 12:26 PM (#3304946)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Alan -- I like that a lot. :-)


09 Feb 12 - 04:01 PM (#3305052)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My cover of Eddy Vedders 'Society' from the film 'Into The Wild'


10 Feb 12 - 01:12 AM (#3305160)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Nice GS, a bit R Thompson sounding


10 Feb 12 - 06:32 PM (#3305670)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Thanks LonesomeEJ.... that sounds like a compliment to me!......


10 Feb 12 - 06:45 PM (#3305678)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Never mind I'll find someone like you! I want nothing but the best for you too


11 Feb 12 - 05:31 PM (#3306213)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Alan Day

Thanks for your comments CapriUni much appreciated
Al


12 Feb 12 - 01:00 PM (#3307000)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

George Papavgeris has written another great one just in time for Valentines Day and I hope he won't mind me posting it here

And then she smiled


12 Feb 12 - 02:19 PM (#3307048)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

CU.. Alan.. GS.. GP.. lovely. Thanks.


12 Feb 12 - 03:47 PM (#3307083)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Steve Parkes

CapriUni, it's just occurred to me that what you need is a "rostrum camera" instead of a scanner. If you set up a camera on a tripod, with a cable release (so you don't have to press the shutter release & risk moving it) you can have the work on a table or what ever, instead of upside-down on the scanner glass. You need to rig the camera so it's pointing straight down, which may not be possible without extra extensions for the tripod. You could try putting the work on a sloping tray or board, so long as you can stop it sliding off. I'm looking forward to seeing your next one!


22 Feb 12 - 11:23 AM (#3311818)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Here's another attempt at making a video from a drawing-in-progress:

http://youtu.be/-1uNuDcGI0w

This time, the music is something I wrote specifically for this piece. I was attempting to match the strongest individual notes at the end to the syllables of the words as they came up, but I missed the mark a bit.

This will just take more practice...

Any excuse to call an afternoon doodling "work." ;-)


22 Feb 12 - 03:52 PM (#3311887)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Oops! failed to make a blickie: Monster mind 2


01 Mar 12 - 04:11 PM (#3315775)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Yesterday, I took a deep breath and decided to make a video for one of the first songs I composed (back in 2003). I don't have a webcam, so I made the visuals using MSpaint.

A Grown-Ups' Lullaby


02 Mar 12 - 02:16 PM (#3316222)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,cujimmy

That was very nice I enjoyed listening, nice lyrics - well done


02 Mar 12 - 04:15 PM (#3316260)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Thanks, Jimmy. :-)


04 Mar 12 - 08:34 AM (#3317061)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

I've finally got round to creating a youtube channel: MickPearceMusic and I've uploaded 4 videos:

Robb Johnson's Down Where The Blues Are Found inspired by Billie Holiday

2 Carolan tunes: Blind Mary and Carolan's Draught

The Northumbrian song: Derwentwater's Farewell

and my version of Child 76 (The Lass of Roch Royal): Lord Gregory.


Mick


04 Mar 12 - 10:22 AM (#3317104)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Seaking

Me and 'Daughter'


Moira Furnace FF 2011


04 Mar 12 - 03:25 PM (#3317210)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

Final one (for this week at least) added to MickPearceMusic channel:

From O'Lochlainn's Irish Street Ballads (with a few alterations): The Lamentation of Hugh Reynolds

BTW, I have a question about uploading. The files I'm uploading are mp4(H264+AAC) with 1280x720 resolution and audio bitrate 384. It's taking about 2.5 hrs to upload a 5 min video. I saw that youtube recommend uploading the highest res you can (and this is not my highest), but is it worth it? What do others upload and what sort of time does it take?


Mick


04 Mar 12 - 06:04 PM (#3317301)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

I generally upload mpeg2 files with a video resolution of 720X576. My video camera isn't HD so there's no point in using HD formats for me.

A typical 3 - 4 minute video will upload in about 10 mins or even less.

Doing a quick check, my videos are about 50 - 100 MB. I imagine given the format you are using, yours are very much larger, possibly in the GB range hence the long upload times.

I think the videos get degraded in the conversion by You Tube (purely an impression) so I'm not sure it's worth uploading HD, though You Tube do let you specify whether or not your video is HD.

I've noticed that the videos on Vimeo seem to be of better visual quality than those on You Tube so if you have a camera that can give high quality, Vimeo may be worth investigating.


04 Mar 12 - 06:26 PM (#3317307)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

Thanks for the info Tootler. The files I uploaded were roughly in the range 300-500 Mb, which is still makes my uploads a lot longer than proportional from your times. Maybe I'll try sending a different format next time. (I just had a look at one of the ones I uploaded and my downloaded helper offers me 720p/480p/360p and 240p as options (as well as flv) so the max res I uploaded seems to be available.).

If anyone else has any suggestions I'd welcome them.

Mick


13 Mar 12 - 11:36 AM (#3322288)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jerry

Refresh


13 Mar 12 - 12:43 PM (#3322311)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

seaking
Absolutely beautiful
Dan


13 Mar 12 - 12:45 PM (#3322312)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Me
lone prairie


14 Mar 12 - 10:33 AM (#3322745)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Our Dave Carter is Amazing with this original
Dave Carter


14 Mar 12 - 11:05 AM (#3322765)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: David C. Carter

Thanks Dan,Kat and Bruce,for your kind words.

I didn't even know that this was on You Tube!

Dan's-Lone Prairie, ain't half bad either,LOL!

"Amazing",Well well!

Dan,did'ja get any music for "Dixie Moon",or did you roll it up and smoke it!I would have,LOL!

D;-)


14 Mar 12 - 08:43 PM (#3322982)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Damn, Dave, hadn't heard that one! It's a bit like Lou Reed doing a song by Townes van Zandt. And I mean that in the best way. Really well done!


14 Mar 12 - 10:27 PM (#3323016)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Dave
No didn't send it again please ... and are you still clicking that silly song ... I got like 80K hits now .. 40 from you LOL

Ernie, Dave is damn good he is too shy to realize that


15 Mar 12 - 01:16 PM (#3323213)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: David C. Carter

I'm still "clicking that silly song"Dan!Clicking myself to oblivion!

Thanks Ernie,glad you liked it.I'll mail you tomorrow.

Dan I'll send you "Dixie Moon" one way or onother.I haven't recorded it.
Can't even sing it LOL.If you don't like it,send it to Bobertz,he'll probably smoke it.

David


15 Mar 12 - 01:45 PM (#3323224)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

no chance i WON'T like it Dave, you are incredible


20 Mar 12 - 01:20 AM (#3325546)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: 2581

As mentioned before in this thread, Mudcatter Raymond Crooke, the prolific poster on YouTube, wrote a song about a Kentucky coal miner and mine safety activist, Charles Scott Howard, titled "Big Coal Don't Like This Man At All".

"Big Coal Don't Like This Man At All"

Well, Mr. Howard was fired by the coal company that he worked for back in May, 2011. He claims it was because of all the safety complaints he made. His case just went to trial last week. A public radio station in West Virginia did a story about Mr. Howard and his discharge case. It used Raymond's song both at the beginning and the end of the radio piece. Check it out below:

Whistleblower battles for mining job back


20 Mar 12 - 04:27 AM (#3325570)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Nigel Patterson: "I suspect Folk Music will creep into my work eventually...."

(Pardon me for not replying sooner..I've been away from the computer for a while, while hibernating in the basement studio, composing..or doing a few gigs...then this thread came back up, and I FINALLY read your response.)

Yes, it will! ('Folk Music will creep into my work')
If you listen closer in, it certainly crept into mine..even when playing synth,..even though it's not 'folk music', per se.

You may have heard these before, but a few may not have....

Enjoy!

This one has 5 movements..ALL with their roots in folk..even in 3/4 time


This one is crossover, using guitars, but its roots are in folk...

Warmest Regards to performing musicians!!!!!
GfS


21 Mar 12 - 10:05 AM (#3326303)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

A tune, by way of an Equinoctial Fiddle Seance, or something...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?edit=vd&v=lzBlXsgOkyE


21 Mar 12 - 01:58 PM (#3326468)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: radriano

From the 2012 Chicago Maritime Festival:

radriano at Chicago Maritime Festival, 2012


21 Mar 12 - 02:05 PM (#3326472)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

Great stuff folks, and some awesome fiddle work
here is an old one I like to play
Van Ronks Losers

fun old song


22 Mar 12 - 01:23 PM (#3327129)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

messing with a classical guitar today
messing around


22 Mar 12 - 01:48 PM (#3327152)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Wow Suibhne, I like Mr fox's fiddling!


22 Mar 12 - 01:53 PM (#3327157)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

300!...Great! Mudcatters on YouTube!..

GfS


22 Mar 12 - 02:53 PM (#3327194)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Spailpin

Some of our stuff at.    Spailpinwillie....


23 Mar 12 - 05:01 AM (#3327531)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Suibhne Astray

Cheers, Lonesome EJ - I hope to be seeing more of the Urban Folk Fox...


23 Mar 12 - 05:15 AM (#3327538)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: DrugCrazed

I've got a lot more stuff on YouTube now :-)

This one's mine and some nice person put a couple of vids from my last concert up on his.


23 Mar 12 - 06:44 AM (#3327559)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Two Playford tunes:

Childgrove

Lady Catherine Ogle


23 Mar 12 - 07:14 AM (#3327573)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Scabby Douglas

This song is called "Harsh Realities"

The Irn-Bru Song


Cheers



Steven


24 Mar 12 - 11:25 AM (#3328144)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

Found my password for youtube channel and having a go at the old song a day business. no fancy recording just straight on to webcam, one take and done.

http://www.youtube.com/user/johncplatt1?feature=guide


24 Mar 12 - 12:36 PM (#3328181)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

dang you guys are good
tootler
great great work as always ...


this song was written by mudcat's jayto.   I love to play this one as it is a fine write from JT

guess I'm a road


24 Mar 12 - 10:11 PM (#3328429)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

Just listened to 'Guess I'm a Road'....dug it, left a comment and a 'like'!...Good job, good tune, nice write and delivery!!!

GfS


24 Mar 12 - 10:19 PM (#3328433)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Thanks GFS I appreciate it my friend
Dan


25 Mar 12 - 01:55 AM (#3328497)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Guest from Sanity

No problem....not only that..it sticks with ya'!!!!

GfS


26 Mar 12 - 07:14 PM (#3329367)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

I've just added my version of The Death of Nelson(Nelson's Monument) to my youtube channel: MickPearceMusic.

Mick


26 Mar 12 - 09:20 PM (#3329426)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Seaking

Thanks for kind comment olddude. Sorry, bit late catching up with this thread..


27 Mar 12 - 07:15 PM (#3329853)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

We are Loxley

Sal


28 Mar 12 - 12:31 AM (#3329967)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Good stuff LLady. Remarkable sound quality for a cell phn recording!


03 Apr 12 - 04:13 PM (#3333234)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

In the Jailhouse now
jailhouse


03 Apr 12 - 04:20 PM (#3333237)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: olddude

LLady
that was awesome ... great job


03 Apr 12 - 05:04 PM (#3333254)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest! Christie Moores "Ride On"


03 Apr 12 - 05:06 PM (#3333255)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Jock O' Hazeldean.


03 Apr 12 - 06:50 PM (#3333287)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Corvallis


03 Apr 12 - 07:00 PM (#3333290)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

New one just uploaded.

Nightingale Sing aka Bold Grenadier


04 Apr 12 - 05:06 AM (#3333454)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

LonesomeEJ and Tootler.. great stuff.. I love this thread......


09 Apr 12 - 05:30 PM (#3335937)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Abdul The Bul Bul

Plucked up courage.

Heres me although I should get an editing thingy and I've been told to smile more!

Alan Clayton

Al


09 Apr 12 - 06:02 PM (#3335950)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Good stuff Alan.. I enjoyed listening to your performances.. particularly the guitaring.


09 Apr 12 - 06:08 PM (#3335953)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Nice Job Alan !


09 Apr 12 - 06:09 PM (#3335954)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: KingBrilliant

Here's my song Castaway - but the pic is daughter Amo - she's a bit more photogenic.. ;-)
I played it to my husband - but he took it to heart & it depressed him. oops.

And here is a cover of Beeswing (got a nasty feeling I missed a verse though). The ripply photo is Amo's tattoo.

And this is a recording Amo & I did after a friend's funeral - he had Killing The Blues as his exit song, so we rushed home, learnt it, & recorded a version amid much emotion the same afternoon. The photos are of the Thames where Ron & I used to go out in a canadian canoe & put the world to rights, hooting at joggers and shouting helpful advice like "mind the gap" to pretty much anyone we could find.


10 Apr 12 - 12:00 AM (#3336077)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

This is great! You guys! You gals! What talent!!


10 Apr 12 - 07:46 AM (#3336196)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: KingBrilliant

Am going thru from the start of the thread & listening to everything. Amazing stuff!!!
Deffo a great way to entertain the ears while working.


10 Apr 12 - 09:09 AM (#3336228)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: DrugCrazed

Thank you for reminding me to put this on YouTube


10 Apr 12 - 10:07 AM (#3336246)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Banjiman

This IS a good thread, here's Mrs Banjiman with her lament for the 6 British soldiers recently lost in Afghanistan.


Wendy Arrowsmith - Six Boys


10 Apr 12 - 10:14 AM (#3336249)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Will Fly

Well, here's a little jazz a la Charlie Byrd - just to stir up the mix...

"Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me"


10 Apr 12 - 07:10 PM (#3336511)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Great song and singing Wendy


11 Apr 12 - 04:13 PM (#3336881)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

me and Ron bankely having some fun with the Wasbash Cannonball
wabash


11 Apr 12 - 04:53 PM (#3336906)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Here is a sample of Many a Mickle at Paimpol 2011
We will be singing at Falmouth Shout in June and Great Yarmouth in September this year

Many a Mickle at Paimpol 2011


11 Apr 12 - 08:51 PM (#3337017)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tattie Bogle

I've got over 70 videos on Youtube, but I'm nearly always BEHIND the camera so very few of me!
Here's one of those "blink and you'll miss it" videos - all of 8 secs, taken by a friend's husband as we did the Sport Relief Mile in Edinburgh - played continuously throughout our mile and crossed Finish line playing "Scotland the Brave", but we raised nearly £1200 between us. Full marks to Sue playing cello while walking at brisk pace!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VW5PPZ5_QIY


12 Apr 12 - 03:57 AM (#3337084)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: David C. Carter

There is some great music on this thread,and it's a pleasure to visit every morning.Plus,the support musicians give to other musicians is great to see.I would also add that it's great to see "non"musicians dropping by,and keeping this thread going!

Thanks to all of you

David


12 Apr 12 - 04:04 AM (#3337086)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: David C. Carter

I hope that my last sentence didn't come over as condescending!
That's was not my intention LOL

I'll get me coat

David


12 Apr 12 - 02:18 PM (#3337352)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Steve Parkes

"Non-musician"? You've been watching my videos, David!


12 Apr 12 - 03:30 PM (#3337390)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Dave is pulling our leg, he is one hell of a great songwriter and musician.   gotta put up more of his tunes.

Great job on this thread my friends. You all rock ... wonderful stuff


12 Apr 12 - 03:41 PM (#3337395)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

Great to come back to this thread after a while away. Great stuff indeed.

And, Wendy... wow! Thanks Banjiman.


12 Apr 12 - 07:29 PM (#3337486)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Excellent Stuff from KingBrilliant. My earlier comment on her You Tubes didn't take. I really liked your version of Beeswing.

As others say, some great stuff.


13 Apr 12 - 01:31 AM (#3337588)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube - David Ingerson
From: Genie

Here's Mudcatter David Ingerson singing the Irish story song "The Highwayman Outwitted" at Portland FolkMusic Society's 2012 Singtime Frolics all-camp concert:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92wBbBn3sRk


13 Apr 12 - 08:34 AM (#3337700)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: David C. Carter

Steve Parkes,Yes I was pulling a few legs,Dan got it in one!

You obviously haven't heard the noise that I've made everyone suffer!
Keep 'em coming.

Cheers


13 Apr 12 - 09:13 AM (#3337711)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Deskjet

A new addition to my Youtube Channel

The Singer


13 Apr 12 - 10:55 AM (#3337756)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

to Deskjet-
Another powerful song and performance, Brendan!


13 Apr 12 - 09:55 PM (#3337996)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

I Come and Stand at Every Door


01 May 12 - 03:17 PM (#3345788)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest!


01 May 12 - 06:25 PM (#3345871)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Excellent EJ, both the performance and the images. I remember being bowled over by this song when I first heard it on a Pete Seeger LP.

Nice one Georgian Silver.


01 May 12 - 06:55 PM (#3345878)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

Great stuff!

Deskjet... superb!


01 May 12 - 07:01 PM (#3345884)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: gnu

Deskjet.... after another listen, I'd like to upgrade "superb" to wow!


01 May 12 - 10:54 PM (#3345959)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Yeah, Brendan Devereux is an amazing, talented guy.


04 May 12 - 06:12 PM (#3346964)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

Scarborough Fair


20 May 12 - 09:06 PM (#3353519)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

I posted the text versions of these poems in the Mudcat Poetry Corner thread, but then, I thought I'd post the video playlist I'm making for them as well... I'm experimenting with "framing" them with a musical "Theme" (written on Noteworthy Composer and converted to mp3).

There are three poems in the cycle, so far, but I expect there to be five all told, when I'm done:

The Monster Challenges -- a poem cycle

Challenge 1: "The Map-Maker"
Challenge 2: "The Order of Things"
Challenge 3: "Anxiety."

#4 will be "Identity" and #5, a wildcard (a.k.a. haven't gotten to that bridge, yet).


20 May 12 - 10:47 PM (#3353563)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

The Murder at Westmill, my contribution to the Paul Slade Gallows Ballad Project.


24 May 12 - 12:00 AM (#3354995)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Chrome, Steel, and Rust

The Oracle


24 May 12 - 05:31 AM (#3355029)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

great silkie of sule skerry
recorded on a netbook which seems to give the guitar quite an eerie sound.


02 Jun 12 - 08:44 AM (#3358321)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

mill 'o tifty's annie
this song does'nt seem to be sung much these days I suppose the subject matter is not to everyones taste.


02 Jun 12 - 11:44 AM (#3358365)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Deskjet

My latest addition -

Ginto


02 Jun 12 - 01:37 PM (#3358414)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

Deskjet, some nice songs and some really good guitars you have there.


02 Jun 12 - 01:58 PM (#3358421)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

John, Brendan Devereux is an excellent singer, songwriter, and guitar player who was gracious enough to allow me to cover one of his songs,
Liberty Hall


02 Jun 12 - 01:59 PM (#3358423)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

and yes, Brendan D and deskjet are one and the same


04 Jun 12 - 06:53 PM (#3359305)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Not sure if I put this up before... sorry if I did.... Society....... from Into the Wild..........


05 Jun 12 - 12:50 AM (#3359414)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Genie

Go to YouTube and enter the key words "Caryl P. Weiss." You will find links to about a dozen wonderful clips of the (very sad to say) late, wonderful Caryl playing and singing, including one from a FSGW Getaway concert.


26 Jun 12 - 04:03 AM (#3368087)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

Me! and Loxley at Hay on Wye festival


27 Jun 12 - 08:13 AM (#3368582)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

lay me low
Another of my one take what you see is what you get videos
john


27 Jun 12 - 08:29 AM (#3368585)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Banjiman

Wendy Arrowsmith - Greenwood Laddie

I'll put one with me on (as well as the dear wife) soon!


29 Jun 12 - 12:03 AM (#3369389)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

The Poem Cycle I've been working on since late March is now complete (with a changed title) and up as a playlist:

The Monster Challenges -- a Suite in Verse


29 Jun 12 - 01:17 PM (#3369635)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Good stuff, capri.


29 Jun 12 - 11:49 PM (#3369916)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Thanks, EJ


30 Jun 12 - 02:52 PM (#3369988)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lilywhite McLenin

I have a You Tube channel which kind of betrays my lack of musicality but also my roots. I grew up in a house with Irish folk roots all the time but I embraced punk. Still if you want to waste some time- I think you can find me at http;//www.youtube.com/user/lilywhitemclenin.

If you want to see real talent I suggest you check for my very good friend Naomi Bedford. SHe is in need of gigs so if you can book her, please do. I think you will be very pleased.

Till then - have fun

LMcL


30 Jun 12 - 04:37 PM (#3370037)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Blandiver

Got a nice comment on YouTube today, which is nice (check out the others!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVzsWVuDMm0


30 Jun 12 - 09:00 PM (#3370123)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Blandiver -- that is a nice compliment, even without the sucking tar of earlier comments (which, imnsho, were unreservedly undeserved).


01 Jul 12 - 04:11 AM (#3370171)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Blandiver

It made for a nice exchange in the end though. As I said at the time, YouTube is good because people are more - er - honest in their appraisals without the cloying sycophancy that typified Myspace at the time. Recently picked up a Troll on the Come Write Me Down footage of us at the Morpeth Gathering a few years back which was a bit irksome though...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IJQzcyDTQI


02 Jul 12 - 10:30 AM (#3370720)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

Blandiver (Wells Cathedral link?)
Yes it is always good to get nice comments. With youtube as you say you have to take the rough with the smooth. Still singing is about sharing and we can't please all the people all the time
Here is my latest What You See is What You Get

Annachie Gordon
john


21 Jul 12 - 10:19 AM (#3379556)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,jerry

refresh


03 Aug 12 - 02:59 AM (#3385452)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Gavin Atkin

A fabulous old song learned from a recording of Harry Cox in which a young sailor comes home from sea – and learns the hard way that he's only wanted for his money. It's a bitter lesson, but a common one and very necessary for a young inexperienced man with gold in his pockets.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oVf94VMWE0

What I don't understand is that YouTube has already decided that the copyright for either this traditional song or my performance - or maybe both - belongs to someone else. It seems to be a new thing for YouTube to do this - can anyone explain?

Gavin


03 Aug 12 - 05:22 AM (#3385497)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

Gavin - there's been some discussion of the copyright problem in a few other youtube threads.

You can object to their assertion. IIRC they flag the video and there's a button/link where you can state your case that the copyright doesn't belong to someone else. I had this on one of my videos (a Carolan tune I think). All I said was that the composer had been dead since whatever date and that the arrangement was mine. The flagging disappeared and nothing else happened. Just state that it's a traditional song and your arrangement and you should be fine.

Mick


03 Aug 12 - 06:04 AM (#3385509)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Thanks Mick. I've just been 'acknowledging' to avoid getting involved in a fight, but it's obviously the coward's way out...

Gavin


03 Aug 12 - 09:07 AM (#3385560)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Tried it - and it seemed to work without a hitch.

Thanks again,

Gavin


03 Aug 12 - 11:33 AM (#3385613)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Roger the Skiffler

There is, of course, no quality control or critical weeding of Youtube videos. Without my knowledge an impromotu performance I did of Mr Soundman (in my guise as Tone-deaf Lime Clinton)for the regular open mike soundman at Jagz,Ascot, Ron Vass,was put on Youtube. Proves why I don't normally perform in this country. Not for the sensitive or fainthearted:
Mr Soundman

RtS


03 Aug 12 - 03:22 PM (#3385711)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

A song written by Brendan Devereux

Dromin


14 Aug 12 - 03:29 PM (#3390156)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,jerry

refresh


15 Aug 12 - 01:21 PM (#3390550)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Well we made a YT debut of sorts this week; We don't show our faces for fear of frightening the horses....


Boats up the River


15 Aug 12 - 01:22 PM (#3390551)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Foggers

Oops that was me without me cookie!


15 Aug 12 - 01:26 PM (#3390555)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: it'smagic

Copyright issues are valid if they protect the artist. However, they mostly protect the large music companies. Youtube has been rattling so many sabers recently that account holders remove videos for fear of having them removed -- which also is increasingly happening. Three or four on my playlists (not uploaded by me) have been removed, and I am not even sure which they are. They are probably songs I have on CD, anyway, but as I like to share music with friends and don't know how to convert my iTunes to mp3 it is helpful to have them on YT.


16 Aug 12 - 01:25 PM (#3390978)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mark Clark

We've been caught a few times on clips that were posted on YouTube. If you're interested...
  • Sunrise on a Guinea Farm (1) - by Al Clauser (and his Oklahoma Outlaws). Scott Nygaard joins Joy Ward on this great old western swing tune. I'm playing rhythm.

  • Sunrise on a Guinea Farm (2). This was done a couple of years after the first one because the great West Virginia luthier, Bob Thompson, just loved to hear Joy play this tune and wanted a recording to keep. The parlor guitar I'm playing here with the huge sound is one of Mr. Thompson's latest creations.

  • Oh, Lady Be Good. On this Gershwin tune we were joined by newly minted friends Seth Sutton and Sean Hoffman of the Goldmine Pickers


All these were taken at Bill Startz's annual Americana Festival near Steelville, Missouri. Check out Simple Folk Productions for information about this great small festival.

      - Mark


16 Aug 12 - 02:05 PM (#3390989)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: closet-folkie

Here's one called "Love Somebody" from a show at the Tampa Theatre, opening for Richard Thompson.
Steve Robinson & Ed Woltil


28 Aug 12 - 01:45 AM (#3396258)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Orion


11 Sep 12 - 03:43 AM (#3402650)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

what you see is what you get
bonnie bessie logan
john


14 Sep 12 - 07:09 PM (#3404826)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tattie Bogle

A tune I wrote while in Spain in May: videoed on our balcony in Alcossebre, hence called the "Alcossescocia Rumba" - had to be done quickly in one take, so not perfect!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nqqNabEZ4g

And if that was a bit slow, here it is back home again with a few friends playing it, on Soundcloud with me on piano this time:
http://soundcloud.com/tattieb/the-alcossescocia-rumba


21 Sep 12 - 05:43 AM (#3408129)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,matt milton

Yesterday I recorded myself singing my own slightly more jazzy arrangement of Mississippi John Hurt's "Let the mermaids flirt with me". On my new Guild Jumbo guitar.

Let The Mermaids Flirt With Me - Mississippi John Hurt cover


It was the first time I've tried using my MacBook's built-in PhotoBooth application to film and record direct to my Mac.

Was very pleasantly surprised at the results. Frankly the picture quality is just as good as using my camera, the sound is if anything better (as you can adjust the recording volume level in Preferences menu). And the ease of use - once you get used to angling a laptop, that is! - is a massive plus. Really nice to be able to see what you're filming on a decent-sized screen!


21 Sep 12 - 12:45 PM (#3408269)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

Matt, nice version. I have always liked that song
john


21 Sep 12 - 10:16 PM (#3408524)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mark Clark

Our Friend Gene Backlin who records and films professionally made this video clip of us last year and kindly posted it at YouTube recently. It's our version of “Girl from the North Country.”


25 Sep 12 - 05:24 AM (#3409802)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

A fine Utah Phillips song

ALL USED UP
JOHN


25 Sep 12 - 05:18 PM (#3410105)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

I've just uploaded a few new songs onto my channel, hope you like 'em:

hope this link works!


25 Sep 12 - 05:22 PM (#3410108)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,olddude

Fine job guru, fine job indeed


27 Sep 12 - 09:21 AM (#3410863)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,matt milton

Dark Haired Lass / Kitty in the Lane - 2 Irish reels on the fiddle

Have thought these two Irish reels would go together really well for a while now, Finally got round to learning them.

Me on the violin, direct via PhotoBooth to laptop


28 Sep 12 - 04:06 AM (#3411235)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: My guru always said

Many thanks Olddude!!


01 Oct 12 - 01:12 PM (#3412613)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

another one take wonder on my notebook
kirconnell lea
john


02 Oct 12 - 11:15 AM (#3413074)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mr Red

you will find an interview with Max but no picture of him

here

Plus a couple of other things.


07 Nov 12 - 04:23 AM (#3432310)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

At last LOXLEY on youtube. This was the opening concert at Bromyard Folk Fest on the Thursday 2011

Sal
:-)


07 Nov 12 - 09:53 AM (#3432424)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,matt milton

here's me singing The Isle of France, unaccompanied

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xXRGQvtZnY


07 Nov 12 - 02:09 PM (#3432564)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: reggie miles

On April 6th of this year, Mike Chandler asked if he could video my performance at Sliders Cafe. He managed to capture some sweet videos. In this one I was asked to share some of my musical sawplaying efforts with a few children before they had to be on their way...

ABC Song & When You Wish Upon A Saw

I really appreciate Mike having captured this next video while he was there. This video has since earned me some viewer's awards via my posts of it online...

Reggie Miles - Makin' Bacon

Here's one more sweet Mike Chandler capture from the same show

She's Trouble

During my performance at The Historic Everett Theatre on 11/18/11, for their Hometown Hootennany Concert Series, Jesse James captured the following video of my original song, "The Reason Why". The camera mic also captured the family of one of the house band members shedding more than a few tears because he had recently passed away...

The Reason Why

And here's one more Jesse James capture, this time, from an October 9th 2012 appearance. I chose this collection of verses, from various new and used Blues, to blend with this guitar riff and produce my own...

Mojo Hand


08 Nov 12 - 03:33 AM (#3432865)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: reggie miles

I did some editing on Mike's video of "She's Trouble" and posted the results to my page at YT. Mike has his posts on YouTube tied to advertisements, which are a slight nuisance to have to wait for, even if they do only last a few seconds before you can skip past them. Then I added my own intro and credits.

She's Trouble

Enjoy!


23 Nov 12 - 05:22 AM (#3440890)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nigel Paterson

I have been gradually adding to my Music Channel on YT over the past few months. The following link will allow you to browse the eight works currently in situ. Apologies in advance, try as I may, creating a 'blue clicky' always defeats me,
                                  Kind Regards,
                                                       Nigel Paterson.

    http://www.youtube.com/user/NIGELPATERSONMUSIC/videos?view=0


23 Nov 12 - 07:01 AM (#3440910)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Nigel Patersons link


25 Nov 12 - 04:48 AM (#3441848)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nigel Paterson

Georgiansilver, thank you very much for the 'clicky',
                                                                               Nigel.


25 Nov 12 - 05:21 AM (#3441857)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Miss Kilningur

Here are the very delightful Miss Rapunzel & Mr Sedayne with their exquisite parlour arrangement of the Folk Song 'The Butcher Boy' arranged for folk-style fiddle (more-or-less identical to the familiar violin except for the application of several sticks by way of 'mutes' and the body being half-filled with river clay to further dampen the resonance; note also the playing position is very different to that of a properly trained musician) and a crude lute-type instrument of African origin called the banjo. Note also the crude attempt at polyphony in several of the verses, though it must be added that because both Miss Rapunzel and Mr Sedayne are both English and University Educated (in Theology and Linguistics respectively) they are not genuine folk singers, rather part of a movement among the youth of today known as The Folk Revival...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-JCrsWQIh4


14 Dec 12 - 06:46 PM (#3452004)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bugsy

Here's a vid of yours truly singing at Hills folk Club, Lesmurdie, Western Australia, last friday. It was the end of the evening and after a few bevvies (not quite "eleventeen pints + a wedge, but, a few). We(the Newly reformed "Fo'c's'le Firkins" shanty group) had just finished our set and were about to leave, when the MC asked me to sing a couple of songs.
So this is with a borrowed guitar (with a very short strap, and sung in the wrong key!
\
Be kind Muddy's!
Rolling Home

Cheers

Bugsy


15 Dec 12 - 10:57 AM (#3452294)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tootler

I've been busy recently entering the Ukulele Underground Forum weekly contest. Here are some recent folkie efforts:

Bonny Earl of Moray http://youtu.be/t13UtriAsDA

Unfortunate Rake http://youtu.be/NtSt8wE5oos

and Tom Paxton's take on the hazards of negotiating motorway junctions: Georgie on the Freeway http://youtu.be/qEd1b7zFnnI


19 Dec 12 - 12:55 PM (#3454343)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

Here's The Loxley Trio again

Never Weather-beaten Sail


19 Dec 12 - 03:38 PM (#3454408)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Mark Gilston

I've been doing weekly YouTube videos for over three years and currently have 216 YouTube performances of traditional songs and instrumentals. Most of the songs are accompanied by dulcimer or concertina. My channel is http://www.youtube.com/user/TradmanTX
and if there's a specific song or tune you're interested in, I've got all my uploads listed alphabetically by category at http://www.markgilston.com/content/videos.html

Mark Gilston


22 Dec 12 - 04:34 PM (#3455917)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: the lemonade lady

It's that lemonade Woman!

Merry Christmas
Sal


24 Dec 12 - 01:58 AM (#3456426)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

5 D by Roger McGuinn

The Innocent Hare Traditional

49 and 61 by me

Bounty Sail Away by me


24 Dec 12 - 02:47 AM (#3456429)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Allan Conn

This is me doing one of my own songs at the Kelso Folk Club's open mic with help from Stephen Tees a viola playing friend. The song is Grinlae Moor. Grinlae being the local name for Greenlaw in Berwickshire



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91aDY7OXACY


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------


24 Dec 12 - 03:28 AM (#3456431)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: alanabit

A Merry Christmas to all my fellow Mudcatters. Now please forgive me for this disgraceful ditty!

Oh Sod It Here Comes Christmas!


24 Dec 12 - 01:02 PM (#3456586)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Good singing Mr Conn!


24 Dec 12 - 01:38 PM (#3456597)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

Love it, Alanabit!

Have a Merry One!


25 Dec 12 - 11:57 AM (#3456878)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: alanabit

Thanks - and to you!


30 Dec 12 - 03:02 AM (#3459014)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

The Jackson Frank song

Milk and Honey


30 Dec 12 - 03:38 AM (#3459018)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Will Fly

Just thought I'd add a bit of tenor guitar to the mix. This tune was written by Norwich composer James Hook in honour of English admiral Sir Sidney Smith who served in various wars in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. I'm playing it in the standard key of G on tenor guitar, with fingerstyle guitar backing.

Sir Sidney Smith's March


30 Dec 12 - 10:07 AM (#3459108)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Semofolkie

Yep. I've got a few on there as well. Jerry Swan


13 Jan 13 - 05:36 PM (#3465646)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Deskjet

My latest contribution to Youtube.

Matty Groves


14 Jan 13 - 05:59 PM (#3466126)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,pete from seven stars link

a powerful rendition of the above deskjet.

my very first you tube vid is
peter homewood flying spaghetti monster
i dont know how to do a link and i should just warn that strong atheists wont like it!


04 Feb 13 - 01:56 PM (#3475736)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Jerry

Refresh


04 Feb 13 - 03:48 PM (#3475789)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

One I did a few years back........


04 Feb 13 - 04:35 PM (#3475801)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bat Goddess

Joe Stead recorded several videos of Tom Hall (Curmudgeon) in March of 2009 when Tom still had a voice. They were recorded after Joe's house concert at Sinsull's in South Portland, Maine.

By June of 2009 Tom had no singing voice, but it wasn't diagnosed as vocal cord cancer until September of that year.

Joe Stead's YouTube videos of Tom –

Bound Away for Australia

Battle of Bull Run

Linn


05 Feb 13 - 04:47 AM (#3475944)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Boston Bass

Here is one from us...Would suggest reading the notes with the lyrics on the "Show More" bit.

Between the Lines - Only You Can Go


05 Feb 13 - 04:50 AM (#3475948)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Boston Bass

Sorry...that was a duff link...

Between the Lines - Only You can Go


05 Feb 13 - 01:14 PM (#3476109)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: BrendanB

How do you do a blue clicky?


05 Feb 13 - 02:26 PM (#3476135)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Click on 'Make a link ("blue clicky") at bottom right of Reply box....... PASTE the URL into the top box on the page you reach and add whatever text you want in second box........ click "Create Link" to see if it works...... click the link page off if OK..... copy the long link and paste in the Reply box... hope that makes sense.......


10 Feb 13 - 02:55 PM (#3477975)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jon Budworth

Hi all,

This is my version of Beeswing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9huFzZF-jbc

I play this live quite often and always seems to go down well.

Jon


10 Feb 13 - 04:00 PM (#3477995)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Here's a link for your tune, Jon...
Beeswing


10 Feb 13 - 04:01 PM (#3477997)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

..and very well done, by the way!


10 Feb 13 - 05:17 PM (#3478021)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jon Budworth

Thanks, much appreciated!
Gonna try and put Vincent Black Lightning up next week, my second favourite RT song.
Jon.


15 Feb 13 - 09:15 PM (#3480214)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Fair and Tender Ladies


16 Feb 13 - 07:25 AM (#3480314)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: BrendanB

Hi Georgiansilver, many thanks for your reply. Sorry to be so tardy in responding. I will follow your instructions and see how I fare.


16 Feb 13 - 09:23 AM (#3480341)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jon Budworth

Hi All,

After playing this song live for about a year now finally mustered the courage to put it on youtube. It's my slightly cut down cover of Richard Thompson's classic, 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. Hope you like it.
Jon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LcoNO7e_fA


16 Feb 13 - 11:02 AM (#3480370)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Again, nicely done, Jon!


16 Feb 13 - 12:07 PM (#3480394)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jon Budworth

Again, thanks very much!


16 Feb 13 - 04:14 PM (#3480484)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,guest/BC

We are looking for the chords for "Between two trees".
My husband plays the guitar & writes music.
We would be very, very happy, as we have looked for years.


17 Feb 13 - 11:39 AM (#3480707)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mick Pearce (MCP)

Guest BC - I've posted the chords in the Lyr Req/Add: Between Two Trees/Nobody's Child thread. (click the link).

Mick


17 Feb 13 - 01:24 PM (#3480738)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Bobert

Oh heck...

Yeah, I'm on YouTube... Not sure how I got there but I am...

Google "Sidewalk Bob" if ya' wanta see it...

Bobert


22 Mar 13 - 03:59 AM (#3493324)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

The magnificent Julie Atkin sings Careless Love Blues


22 Mar 13 - 04:49 AM (#3493337)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: SaltyWalt

Of course I am.
http://www.youtube.com/saltywalt

Or if You Prefer, Click Here.

I'm also in a few videos posted by other people, including my favorite "Shout Out".


22 Mar 13 - 11:38 AM (#3493490)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mr Red

Mr Red's videos of canal restoration and in a way he is on some of them, as an image.


24 Mar 13 - 07:23 AM (#3494092)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

Julie Atkin sings http://youtu.be/sZsuwAB3Ngs, accompanied by Gavin Atkin's Jeffries duet concertina.


30 Apr 13 - 05:06 AM (#3510388)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: johncharles

We finally got a gig outside yorkshire. Newcastle was a great place with great people.
Amelia Earhart's last flight
John


30 Apr 13 - 04:53 PM (#3510527)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My cover of I'll Have To Say I Love You In A Song.


01 May 13 - 07:59 AM (#3510646)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Original song, the background to it is in the description. Sounds better with a guitar and mando, but this is all I have up there. You will see I am not exactly a regular YouTuber from the date.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SsLvYG37ek


27 May 13 - 09:38 AM (#3519638)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: CapriUni

I just now finished a video of a disability protest song I started writing in the fall of 2011:

The Very Sad Tale of Monsters in Our Town

I'm posting it as the writer/composer. But in my head, I hear the voice of the song's narrator as a middle-aged, cigar-smoking, member of an elite "gentleman's club," which I cannot pull off. ...but, just so you know...


27 May 13 - 12:03 PM (#3519676)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: BrendanB

Don't know how to do blue clickies but if you put ' brendan and chrissie ' into youtube search you will find some stuff from a support slot we did recently.


22 Jun 13 - 03:19 PM (#3529146)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: ClaireBear

After years without much of an Internet presence, [2/3 of*] my band, the Dogwatch Nautical Band, has finally made the scene with its own YouTube channel, featuring 10 videos from our mini-concert at the 2013 San Francisco Free Folk Festival. Search DogwatchNauticalBand on YouTube to find them all. Or maybe this link will do the trick: The Dogwatch Nautical Band on YouTube

*Roger and Craig had shore leave during this voyage


25 Aug 13 - 10:16 AM (#3552642)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,cujimmy

Just got home from a very enjoyable time at Whitby Folk Festival uk - this was at an excellent singaround i attended in The Station Hotel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QZedeOGNwM


26 Aug 13 - 08:55 AM (#3552964)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,jerry

enjoyed going through these again


03 Sep 13 - 12:13 PM (#3555741)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Fools and Horses
Lyrics by Dave Carter


04 Sep 13 - 11:34 AM (#3556072)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Tomme

refresh


07 Sep 13 - 08:09 PM (#3556986)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Hannah's Dream


02 Feb 14 - 02:23 AM (#3597498)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Seamus Kennedy

Here's a recent one of mine:

We need a lot more Andy Griffith (and a lot less Jersey Shore)


14 Feb 14 - 08:06 PM (#3601600)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My latest Youtube submission!


15 Feb 14 - 12:47 PM (#3601761)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,leeneia

thanks, georgian and seamus.

Clairebear, I listened to 'Long Hot Summer Day.' What a coincidence, I just took a paddleboat ride on the Illinois River in October. It was an eye-opener. That river is BIG, and we saw pelicans and bald eagles in abundance.


02 Mar 14 - 08:26 AM (#3606395)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

La Pique...


02 Mar 14 - 11:04 AM (#3606430)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Gavin, for some reason I got a 400 error message with your link. Here is the Youtube link direct.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkA282XkUYU&feature=youtu.be


02 Mar 14 - 01:19 PM (#3606468)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

Thanks Guest. I've no idea how that happened.

Gavin


02 Mar 14 - 01:22 PM (#3606469)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

And then there's also this for those who like this sort of thing:

In Yonder Old Oad

G


02 Mar 14 - 01:34 PM (#3606479)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Now it's a 404 error message, Gavin.

Here's the Youtube direct link.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7vC2KN95h8


02 Mar 14 - 01:50 PM (#3606483)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

I'm absolutely baffled. I used the blue clicky maker in the usual way.

Thanks again.

Gavin


02 Mar 14 - 02:09 PM (#3606485)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST

Gavin, I think it has something to do with your Youtube account. Both times I have pushed hard on your links I have subsequently found Chrome unable to access Mudcat for a few minutes as if the link you provide is not recognized by Mudcat's server and Chrome gets stuffy about it. Beats me, buddy.

BTW, good voice.


02 Mar 14 - 02:46 PM (#3606494)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jeri

Gavin, the links you posted are ones for files located AT MUDCAT. (That's not shouting, it's just emphasis.) I'll go in and fix them when I hit "Submit Message". Basically, what you're missing for accessing a site off Mudcat (YouTube) is "a href=" at the beginning of your link address.

Jeri, moderator/admin weenie


02 Mar 14 - 02:54 PM (#3606497)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Jeri

Also, the address goes first, after the "=" and in between the 'less than' and 'greater than' signs. The text you want to display goes after it. More information is in the FAQ.


02 Mar 14 - 04:11 PM (#3606512)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

My last link apparently says video removed but it's not!! Here it is!


02 Mar 14 - 05:10 PM (#3606528)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Nick

Nat Shapiro's Time written by Pete Ryder


03 Mar 14 - 04:12 AM (#3606651)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Gavin Atkin

Sorry to cause trouble! Thanks for sorting it out.

Gavin


04 Mar 14 - 08:13 PM (#3607299)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tattie Bogle

Ok, I'm not the best singer on the planet, and was probably laughing too much to sing properly, but here's a wee video from last year's Matt McGinn Tribute night at Linlithgow: another tribute night coming up next weekend, so hopefully more to post thereafter.
A Right Proper Bar Steward


05 Mar 14 - 12:08 PM (#3607439)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,matt milton

hey, I just filmed meself singing 'The Brisk Young Widow"


Brisk Young Widow (bit ragtimey!)


08 Jun 14 - 03:00 PM (#3631465)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Azalea White


08 Jun 14 - 07:17 PM (#3631527)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Mark Ross

Here I am doing a medley of hit OLD BILL PICKETT;


OLD BILL PICKETT

Recorded in Regina SK during my recent Home Routes house concert tour.


Mark Ross


09 Jun 14 - 10:21 AM (#3631682)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Alan Morley

My approach to folk music can be a little 'different'. Mostly melodeon based but with occasional vocals.

Alan Morley


09 Jun 14 - 11:23 AM (#3631704)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Lonesome EJ

Good stuff, Mark and Alan!


26 Oct 15 - 02:15 PM (#3746716)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,GKM

Where can I buy one of these ''mudCats''?


26 Oct 15 - 10:37 PM (#3746798)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,DADGBE

Here's one that I arranged, supplied the lyrics to the singer, and played guitar on.
Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore   I hope that you all enjoy it. There are other YouTube posts of this fine singer with me accompanying.   Search for Amelia Hogan.

Thanks,
Ray


27 Oct 15 - 09:51 AM (#3746873)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: closet-folkie

"Stretchy mouth for the stretchy truth"

One for election season perhaps?

Elastic Man


28 Oct 15 - 03:42 PM (#3747182)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Fole


31 Oct 15 - 04:07 PM (#3747746)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Steve Parkes

Here's me doing one of my own songs:
The Stowaway

... and a couple of animated piccies to live performances:
Marri-ed to a Merma-id
The Old Bazaar in Cairo


01 Nov 15 - 02:46 PM (#3747990)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Pamela R

Hi,
I'm still new to MudCat, so perhaps this is not of interest to many... but since the question was raised about YouTube channels, mine is:

Pamela San Diego

Now that I think of it, not a bad way to introduce myself to anyone who wants to meet me qua folk singer.

Best,
Pamela


01 Nov 15 - 07:04 PM (#3748028)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Tattie Bogle

Just for fun! The Girvan Folk Festival Folk Band competition (serious people need not apply!)
Worst Bad Moon Ever


03 Nov 15 - 10:25 AM (#3748321)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Sean Belt

I don't have a Youtube channel, but there are some videos out there of me and my band, The Mound City Slickers. Have a gander if you care to.

Mound City Slickers @ KDHX Radio


03 Nov 15 - 03:17 PM (#3748379)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Amos

Pamela: Great a cappella work!!

There are a mess of amateur takes of mine on YouTube as a result of years of doing Open Mics around town. Here's a sample for your bemusement. :D.


03 Nov 15 - 10:40 PM (#3748434)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Pamela R

thanks Amos!


01 Dec 15 - 10:37 AM (#3754911)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST


01 Dec 15 - 05:06 PM (#3754996)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Marcy

I've researched lyrics on Mudcat tons of times, but never knew till now there was music on the site too. How cool! Looks like I've got several years of fun videos to browse.

Pamela, love your old-time singing. Unaccompanied ballads are my favorite!

Amos, I enjoyed your tune about the hobo so much, I thought I'd continue the train theme here with two more songs…

Here's Wreck of the Old 97 from my husband Jeff and me…
Wreck of the Old 97

And here's Freight Train too…
Freight Train

Hope y'all enjoy these. I'm going to start looking through the earlier tunes in this thread!


13 Mar 16 - 02:47 PM (#3778548)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: michaelr

I started a thread for this, then I remembered this thread.
2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the founding of my band, Greenhouse. (Astounding, isn't it?)
I've been digitizing old videotapes and uploading them to our YouTube channel. They chronicle the evolution of the group from an acoustic trio to the semi-electric 6-piece it is now. Enjoy!


13 Mar 16 - 03:45 PM (#3778568)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: GUEST,Pete from seven stars link

Just listened to black is the colour, michaelr, lovely tune, well arranged and performed.


14 Mar 16 - 02:22 PM (#3778819)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: michaelr

Thanks, Pete!


14 Mar 16 - 05:59 PM (#3778846)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Anne Lister

If you look for TheAnneLister you'll find some of me ...but there are also cover versions up of various songs of mine (chiefly, but not only, Icarus). Must get some more bits of vid to go with the sounds. (memo to self).


14 Mar 16 - 06:23 PM (#3778849)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: MGM·Lion

Indeed a good Black Is The Colour: the proper Cecil Sharp version from his Appalachian travels, and not, praise be(!), the loathsome Niles travesty. Sensitively sung, and the harp gave a beautiful background ostinato.

Many thanks, Michaelr,

from

≈The Other Michael≈


14 Mar 16 - 06:57 PM (#3778857)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: michaelr

Praise indeed, coming from you, MGM! Much appreciated.


15 Mar 16 - 12:11 AM (#3778893)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Sandra in Sydney

Guest Gerry entertained my folk club on the weekend with this one here What a shame the video didn't scan the audience as there were a lot of wrong actions!

If you want the words here they are - Lyr/Chords Req: Mein Hut, der hat drei Ecken

sandra


14 Feb 18 - 03:47 PM (#3905753)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Darren Raleigh

Here's one of a few I recorded at WHO-TV in Des Moines - not for broadcast, I just used their facilities because I used to fly the station helicopter and do live reporting.
It's Maurice Lennon's "If Ever You Were Mine."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a7pZUKPF7Ns


14 Feb 18 - 05:08 PM (#3905770)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Stower

Traditional, medieval and renaissance music on voice and all sorts of stringy things (guitars, harps, gittern, lute) on YouTube here.


14 Feb 18 - 08:26 PM (#3905798)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Big Al Whittle

I'm on there, butr I look and sound a right bugger. I'm better than that....honest!


15 Feb 18 - 05:45 AM (#3905842)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: Georgiansilver

Unable to perform now due to a major stroke in 2014... but here is me before Kelvingrove


15 Feb 18 - 06:51 PM (#3906018)
Subject: RE: Mudcatters on YouTube
From: rich-joy

This is the Channel started by My Beloved, Paul Lawler, who was a fabulous singer, but he left the planet in 2014, thanks to chemo/cancer.

I added a few performances to it and always intended (still do!) to digitise his/our old tapes and locate more film clips of our last a cappella harmony group "Work in Progress" - and others.
However, the usual TIME lack-dodgey Health-limited Finances-Aging Thang, are all wearying me - not to mention the current prolonged heatwave here downunder! :((
and anyway, the Family History project is taking care of any "spare" time these days.....

So, this is it for now!   If you like unaccompanied harmony singing, have a watch of the 3 x music clips.
https://www.youtube.com/user/oswaldthree/featured

Cheers!
Rich-Joy
Down Under