Videos this week include Jonathan Coulton, Dante in various states of facial hairedness, Phredd celebrating his new Martin and plenty more besides.
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A very bluesy week this week with Adam Franklin bemoaning his lack of clothes, George ‘off of UOGB’ Hinchliffe complaining of unruly youths and Chelsea and Jordan don’t want their diaper changed. This week’s uke adjacent instrument is the mandoliny from Madagascar in a clip that’s criminally cut short.
Keston Cobblers’ Club are releasing their record three tracks at a time. The excellent first part is already out and the uke-heavy Pett Level suggests the second part is going to be just as good. Also up this week a collab between Eddie Vedder and Beck, My Brightest Diamond, a Halloween-appropriate tune from Holland Greco, [...]
This week’s videos include animated cryogenics from Helen Arney, Brazilian uker Lemoskine, an original Celtic-styled tune from Ken Middleton and plenty more besides. Don’t forget, I’m posting new videos as I find them on UkeToob where you can have your say on what makes it to the final list.
Videos this week include: a duet between Cliff ‘Ukulele Ike’ Edwards and Buster Keaton (which I think I’ve posted before but is well worth another spin), two from Liverpudlian swingers The Flamin’ Mamies, Mr B and plenty more. If you’ve got the patience for it and tolerance for lofi recording there’s a new, 8 minute [...]
When I announced I was switching to posting one-week-on, one-week-off the main reaction was, “yeah, but you’re still going to do the UkeTube every week, right?” No, I’m not. But I am going to do something better. When Donnie announced that he was going to bring UkeToob.com to an end I immediately begged him to [...]
Videos this week include lightening picking from sanford ‘automatic inclusion’ andsong, zombie rocking from the Darling Sweets and this week’s non-uke video from Seth Lakeman and his tenor guitar.
A mixture this week of angel voiced young girls (including Bella Hemming and Agathe and Fine) and beardy bluesmen (including Manitoba Hal and Blue Dean). The Garfunkel and Oates song contains a cavalcade of cursing. You should know that by now. I’m going to stop issuing warnings.
Lots of good stuff this week but my favourite is Lisa Hannigan doing some boat-ukuleling. Also up: U to the izz-9 0 to the izz-0 take on a new cover project, hellogoodbye with Taylor York off of Paramore on uke duties, Aussie songsters The Little Stevies, power-popping electro-uke from Toy Horses and plenty more besides.
Videos this week include Zee Avi’s new one, a song from Boulder Acoustic Society’s session for 11 O’Clock Rock (watch the whole thing here, probably my favourite version of probably my favourite Burning Hell song, My Brightest Diamond, some Serbian ukulele and more.