Seattle Castaways, Quiet American: UkeTube

Don’t forget to make your nominations for your favourite videos of 2012.

This is part two of the holiday roundup, so a few of these are eligible for nominations including Blue Dean Carcione doing a track from his new album and Dennis Schütze’s playing of Handel. Other’s you’ll have to make a note for like The Seattle Castaway’s debut video and Sarah Maisel’s wonderful version of In a Sentimental Mood.

Full Playlist

Sarah Maisel – In a Sentimental Mood

Via HumbleUker.

The Seattle Castaways – Freeze Frame

Quiet American – Free Little Bird

John Bianchi – By Special Permission of the Copyright Owners I Love You

Celisse Henderson – Well

Roland Völker & Dennis Schütze – Allemande in Dm (Handel)

Neal Paisley – Taro Roots

Blue Dean Carcione – Crazy Blues

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  1. Ron Hale February 2nd, 2013 11:58 pm

    The Seattle Castaways should cover “Liar, Liar,”
    Al. It’s only right. They’d kill and I can’t recall seeing anyone else covering it.

    DermitderUkulele’s Au Clair de la Lune (chant
    et ukuleles divers) featuring the bravura playing of Herman Vandecauter is another one from December people might consider for the poll. I know did. Moons and swans…

    One of my fave raves from the new year is a performance at a Cambridge pub that features the great crowd singalong line “They just dropped my ukulele!” Watch and sing along –

    The Burning Glass perform Ukulele live at The
    Portland Arms
    Jason Brooks

    Not too long ago watched a video of the Academy of Ancient Music playing Handel whilst
    sailing down the Thames for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. Not half bad but a uke would have kicked things up a notch.

    If I could play like Sarah that’s what I’d be doing right now instead of this.

    Be remiss if I didn’t urge the locals on, so:

  2. Woodshed February 3rd, 2013 8:51 am

    Ron: It really is worth learning how to make links.

  3. pam February 3rd, 2013 7:05 pm

    Thanks for including The Castaways on the Uke Tube, it’s an honor. We’re making plans for video number two and for recording a full album — lotsa work ahead, but it’s all for the love of our four stringed friend.

  4. Woodshed February 3rd, 2013 10:28 pm

    Pam: You’re welcome. Looking forward to the next video.

  5. Jo Tomate February 12th, 2013 8:41 pm

    I really like the chord progression on Blue Dean’s Crazy Blues…

    And besides, yours is truly the best site, the only one I keep coming back to. I discovered more than one of my favourite musicians through you, first of all the Leftover Cuties…just saying :)

  6. Woodshed February 13th, 2013 10:10 am

    Jo: Glad I could introduce them to you!

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