Ledward Kaapana, Toy Horses, Tinyfolk: UkeTube

This week’s selection of uke videos includes Tinyfolk, Led Kaapana and Toy Horses.

In other news, I got a mention in the Guardian. I don’t know what discussion forum he’s talking about and he seems to have missed the link to the chord chart in BIG RED LETTERS. It’s not like them to get something wrong – “HMS Hampshire did not sink after hitting a land mine. They are rarely found at sea.”

Tinyfolk – Lunches

Toy Horses – Pinewood Square

Pollyanna – Tristan

Ledward Kaapana – E Ku`u Morning Dew

Jake Wildwood – The Day The Dollar Dies

Matthew Brookshire – I Can See Russia from Alaska (When I Look in Your Eyes)

heinbanjo12 – Ukin’ the Scale Rag

shanifawni – Ne Me Quitte Pas

Hello Jodi – Maybe

Evilhamster95 – Hotel California

Baby Smith – It’s Only Air

Aaron Keim – Railroad Bill

The Baron – Rock N Roll Ain’t Noise Pollution

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9 Comments

  1. Howlin' Hobbit October 4th, 2008 6:33 pm

    Some goodies today. Every time I hear heinbanjo12 I like him more.Toy Horses got it goin’ on. And, continuing the 1 guitar 1 uke theme, I liked Pollyanna too.

  2. J-Hob October 4th, 2008 11:58 pm

    Toy Horses and PollyAnna were the pick of the bunch for me this week, I do like the uke and guitar thing.

  3. Woodshed October 5th, 2008 1:24 pm

    John and Hobbit: The uke and guitar thing definitely works well – so long as the uke is doing the fancy stuff.

    I’ve been checking out the rest of the Lavomatic sessions and there’s some really great stuff there. Eli Paperboy Reed who sounds even better without a full band and Stef Camil Carlens who was involved in making the three greatest albums ever to come out of Belgium.

  4. rogb October 5th, 2008 10:36 pm

    hi
    I enjoy these selections
    I’m a sucker for bluesy Rock n’Roll, and the baron is too (out of my league), and Russia from Alaska will stay with me .
    several others too – e.g heinbanjo
    rb

  5. Anne October 6th, 2008 1:21 am

    I adore Tinyfolk so much! All of these are really fabulous (as usual). And congratulations about being mentioned in The Guardian!

  6. zymeck October 6th, 2008 3:32 pm

    Matt Stephenson in the Guardian?

    He lives in Hull

    All the pieces are starting to fit together….

  7. Woodshed October 6th, 2008 7:39 pm

    rogb: Definitely a few crackers this week.

    Anne: Thanks!

    zym: That’s two of you – officially enough for a club. Four if you hold it on Wednesdays or alternate weekends.

  8. Jodi October 8th, 2008 7:28 am

    Hey, that’s me! Neat!

    Congrats on the mention. You’re getting to be quite famous, whatever that means in the ukulele world.

  9. Woodshed October 8th, 2008 7:52 pm

    Thanks, Jodi. I’m internationally famous to about 12 people.

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