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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Watson Twins

The other day, I turned on the TV and happened to catch a little extract of this song (above) on PBS. Almost instantly, I liked the sound of the band, the vocals, the lyrics. 5 minutes later, I was up from the couch and looking online for more info and to see if I could download the song on iTunes (my iPod is forever hungry for new music!). I was pleased to see that this band has recorded several albums already.

A little research informed me that Sun Studio (featured above) is the very same location where artists like young Elvis, Johnny Lee and many others recorded their songs in the 50's.

Perhaps you'll like the sound of the Watsons Twins as much as I did, so I thought I'd mention it.

Hope everything is going relatively well for all of you.

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Additional Resources:

Sun Studio's blog

Sun Studio on Wikipedia

The Watson's Twins'website here (click on the butterflies to access the information)

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Blogger claude said...

Dommage que la vidéo ait des coupures, mais ces deux femmes ont de très belles voies. Je comprends que tu aies aimé.

7:01 AM  
Blogger Marylène said...

Superbes voies, mélodie très "nostalgie", idéal pour un dimanche d'automne, au coin de la cheminée. Merci de nous faire connaitre.

11:30 PM  
Blogger AphotoAday said...

Took me just a minute to warm up to it, but that's some really original and great music...

(((by the way, I've found some really great music on "BlackCabSessions" -- you might like it...

7:17 AM  

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