Thursday, May 03, 2007

Glenn Lee- Pass Me Not, Oh Gentle Savior


I firmly believe that Robert Randolph is going to be a star. I recently spoke to Randolph; my profile is here. This compilation of sacred steel artists was recorded when Randolph was still a kid. I didn't ask him about it, but I suspect he spent some time listening to the project. If so, he was likely impressed by Glenn Lee, who's just a few years older than Randolph. His country-flavored reading of this gospel favorite is gorgeous.

I'm infatuated with the sound and feel of Dizzee Rascal's "Sirens". It's the most exciting new song I've heard this year.

Although I have no problem with Bon Jovi, I was not pleased when the hit "Wanted Dead Or Alive" became an unwelcome guest in my noggin after this week's humdrum American Idol episodes. I chased it away with Thin Lizzy's superior "Cowboy Song".

Kansas City Click: "New Timey" bluegrass act The Armamo Rangers kick up some dust at the Mountain Music Shoppe.


Don't Need Anything said...

yay for robert randolph and yay for thin lizzy!

i saw rrfb in the parkinglot of the beaumont in 2004 and it was one of the best shows ive ever seen. if i had the evening open and the cash to go see him i would be there again this time.

Happy In Bag said...

Yeah, DNA. RR remembered that show as being especially good, too.