Bob Dylan Uncovered Vol. 2

Michael Doherty Review 6-13-16

Michael Doherty Review 6-13-16

Michael Doherty Review 6-13-16

Michael Doherty Review 6-13-16

Featuring:
The Times They Are A-Changin' - Pat Wictor
Time Passes Slowly - Caroline Doctorow
I'll Be Your Baby Tonight - Miles To Dayton
I'll Keep It With Mine - Jack Licitra
Queen Jane Approximately - Butchers Blind
Hazel - Allen Santoriello
Oh Sister - Russ Seeger (featuring Michele Sivori)
Chimes Of Freedom - Gathering Time
Buckets Of Rain - Claudia Jacobs
I Pity the Poor Immigrant - Hank Stone
I Threw It All Away - Annie Mark & Chris James
From a Buick 6 - The Hideaways
Love Minus Zero, No Limit - Bob Westcott
I'm Alright - Bill Shuren & The Cavalry
New Pony - Jenna Silverman
I Want You - Joe Cumia
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Bob Dylan Uncovered Vol. 2

Paradiddle Records & Recording Studio

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  2. 2 Hazel 03:04
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  12. 12 Queen Jane Approximately 05:44
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  14. 14 I Want You 03:12
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The Artists

Pat Wictor - The Times They Are A-Changin'

Pat Wictor first burst on the folk and acoustic scene as an innovative slide guitarist known for fresh and memorable interpretations of traditional and contemporary songs. He has since made his mark as a singer-songwriter penning lean and poetic songs that incorporate - and subvert - rural blues and gospel traditions. For the past five years he's been touring nationally as one third of Brother Sun, the powerful harmonizing trio with Joe Jencks and Greg Greenway, garnering critical acclaim, a #1 CD on the Folk DJ charts, and a continent-spanning tour schedule.

Recognition and honors have followed Pat for years: he won the Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist Showcase, was nominated for Emerging Artist of the Year by the Folk Alliance, was nominated for Gospel Song of the Year by the Independent Music Awards, and was a finalist in the Kerrville New Folk songwriting contest. His CD, Sunset Waltz, reached #2 on the Folk-DJ charts, and Heaven Is So High and Waiting for the Water both reached #4. And even more attention has come to Pat through his work in Brother Sun.

HONORS AND CREDITS:
Finalist, New Folk competition, Kerrville Folk Festival;
Most Wanted, Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist Showcase
Nominee, Emerging Artist of the Year, International Folk Alliance
Nominee, Best Gospel Song, "Love Is the Water," Independent Music Awards
 
Credits:  

Pat Wictor - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Lap Steel
Cheryl Prashker - Drums and Percussion
Lisa Beth Weber - Vocals
Maggie Marshall - Vocals and Bass

Caroline Doctorow - Time Passes Slowly

Caroline Doctorow is a chart-topping folksinger and songwriter with a stirring voice that recalls Judy Collins and Sandy Denny. In addition to eleven solo albums, she ​was​ the first artist to ​release ​a retrospective of the work of folk icons Richard and Mimi Fariña​. That album,​ called Another Country​... The Songs of Richard and Mimi Fariña, received critical acclaim. ​Caroline tours with her folk band, Caroline's Trio,​ and hosts the monthly folk radio show, Songtrails. She is the daughter of world-renowned author, E.L. Doctorow​

Credits:  

​Caroline Doctorow - Lead and Harmony Vocals,   Acoustic Guitar​
Chris Tedesco - Violin​
Pete Kennedy - Keyboard, Acoustic and Electric​ Guitars, Banjo, Harmony Vocals, Bass, Percussion​, ​   String arrangement

Produced by Pete Kennedy and Caroline Doctorow

Gathering Time - Chimes of Freedom

Folk-rock harmony trio, Gathering Time, swept the Folk Chart in March as their new CD, Keepsake, came in as the #1 album with the #1 single and five other songs in the top 25, making them the #1 act on the Folk DJ-List. Fans on the Long Island folk scene have known them for years, however, for their astute songwriting and faithful interpretations of 1960s classics and creative interpretations of traditional tunes, as well as their stellar vocal blend.

Voted best band runner-up (and top folk band) in the 2011 Long Island Press readers' poll, Gathering Time is best described as a rocked up Peter, Paul & Mary or a co-ed Crosby, Stills & Nash, with a bit of The Byrds and a jot of Joni Mitchell.

No less an authority than WFUV's John Platt has written that they are "among the finest performers in the New York metropolitan area, whatever the size of the venue, from a house concert to an outdoor festival," with "harmonies that can charm the birds out of the trees, strong original songs, and a savvy repertoire of cover songs, ranging from traditional folk to classic rock."
 

Credits:  

Stuart Markus - Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Vocals
Hillary Foxsong - Percussion, Vocals
Gerry McKeveny - Electric Guitar, Vocals
Christine Solimeno - Drums, Hammond Organ

 

Miles To Dayton - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight

Come and meet the family you never knew you had. Miles to Dayton’s music happens at a personal level, their message of love blending elements of folk, rock, classical, and funk into an irresistible invitation. The M2D recipe is simple: four-part vocal harmony, clever songwriting, improvisational violin and cello, and an infectious rhythm section that stirs up the creative stew.

At the heart of their unique marriage of styles lies a real-life marriage: vocalist Krista Preddice shares the microphone with husband Jonathan Preddice, who, in addition to being the principal songwriter for the group, also shines on guitar, cello, accordion, and trumpet. Bassist Dave March (Krista’s brother) and violinist Leanne Strom (Jon’s sister) add depth to the vocal harmonies with Dave’s low, soulful bass and Leanne’s soaring classical virtuosity providing the sonic bookends for the M2D sound. Drummer Brian Kroll, the newest member of the group, propels the music forward with an exciting and funky edge.

Having built a large grass roots following of fans young and old, Miles to Dayton has headlined performances at the Patchogue Theater and sold out the Boulton Center, with notable gigs at The Paramount, Great South Bay Music Festival, and the NoFo Rock and Folk Festival. They’ve been the featured artist at the Acoustic Long Island Podcast and Summer Concert, and have performed in listening rooms, festivals, bars and venues in the Northeast.

Equally at home in the acoustic or full band setup, M2D has shared the stage with the likes of The Subdudes, Leslie West, Jorma Kaukonen, Tom Paxton, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, and Richie Havens, to name a few.

 

Credits:  

Krista Preddice - Vocals
Jonathan Preddice - Vocals
Dave March - Bass
Brian Kroll - Drums

With:
Bob Stander - Guitar
Jeff Pearlman - Keyboards



 

Jack Licitra - I'll Keep It With Mine

Jack Licitra is a piano/hammond organ driven singer/songwriter. His latest CD, Everybody's Music, made the 2013 highlights list Sunday Morning Breakfast on WFUV. He has performed with some of the best musicians in the world such as Levon Helm, Jimmy Vivino and Bakithi Kumalo as well as opened shows for legends such as Richie Havens, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pinetop Perkins and even playing for then Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. Jack recorded two songs for Fast Folk Music Magazine as a college student in the 1990s. He spent a year working closely with Jack Hardy as a mentor and playing bass for Jack at New York clubs such as Sine and The Bottom Line. He has fond memories of this period, jamming poolside in Maine with Richard Shindell and Cormac McCarthy. He founded the mythical “Waterstreet Blues Band” in Oneonta, NY in 1992 and began touring the Northeast. He then joined Kerry Kearney to open for The Allman Brothers and Dickie Betts Band around the United States. He has played on over 100 releases for other artists and has produced many other artists. He has released eight CDs with his project, Jack’s Waterfall. He performed on songwriter stages at The New Jersey Folk Festival and The Falcon Ridge Folk Festival where he once shared a tent with the great David Massengill.
 

Credits:  

Jack Licitra - Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards, Pipes
Bill Herman - Drums & Percussion

Produced by Jack Licitra & Bill Herman
Engineered & Mixed by Bill Herman
Arrangement by Jack Licitra
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Russ Seeger (featuring Michele Sivori) - Oh Sister

Russ Seeger is a uniquely talented songwriter and guitarist who's been around the Long Island scene since the '70s when he was a member of The Sheiks.  Great original songs and creative interpretations of standards are his stock in trade. He recently released Live in Peace on Paradiddle Records, and has appeared on their Bob Dylan and The Kinks tribute albums.

As a member of The Last Hombres, Russ has toured the U.S., including a recent trip to New Orleans.  The band has released three albums to date.  They recorded the album Redemption with drummer Levon Helm.

He's also performed with The Kennedys, Peter Rowan, Vassar Clemments, John Hartford, and Paul Seibel. 

“Russ Seeger has got to be one of the finest roots songwriters anywhere, bar none, no kidding…”
- Amy Tuttle, Amy’s Concert Listings.
Russ Seeger - Vocals, Guitars, Fiddle
Michele Sivori - Vocals
Steve Kaplan - Bass
Tom Ryan - Drums
Annie Mark, Chris James & Michele Sivori - Backing Vocals

Produced by Russ Seeger
Engineer - Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Michele Sivori. Michele lives and breathes music. In addition to singing country with Roadhouse, she fronts a popular 80's Tribute band "Guilty Pleasures."  She plays clarinet in a community orchestra and also sings swing music with "Bill Wilkinson and LI Swing". You may have seen her in one of the shows performed by the"NY Roots Music Association"  or singing the National Anthem before a LI Ducks ballgame. One might argue that it's impossible to avoid hearing Michele in one venue or another. You just never know where she might turn up.

Michele lives and breathes music. In addition to singing country with Roadhouse, she fronts a popular 80's Tribute band "Guilty Pleasures."  She plays clarinet in a community orchestra and also sings swing music with "Bill Wilkinson and LI Sound Swing". You may have seen her in one of the shows performed by the"NY Roots Music Association"  or singing the National Anthem before a LI Ducks ballgame. One might argue that it's impossible to avoid hearing Michele in one venue or another. You just never know where she might turn up.

Butchers Blind - Queen Jane Approximately

Butchers Blind formed in 2009 in Bellerose, New York. Pete Mancini, Paul Cianciaruso, Brian Reilly, and Christopher Smith came together through mutual friends and a shared love of music. In 2011, they signed with Paradiddle Records and released two critically acclaimed LP's – Play For The Films (2011), and Destination Blues (2013). The albums garnered the band glowing reviews and radio airplay around the world. Constant live shows and regional touring have cemented the band's reputation as a solid live act.

Their latest release, A Place In America, expands on their established Americana roots sound and venture into new sonic territories.

Butchers Blind has opened for Blues Traveler, Gin Blossoms, Pure Prairie League, Steve Forbert, Robbie Fulks, James Maddock, Iain Matthews, Turin Brakes, and Marah.

Credits:

Pete Mancini - Guitar/Vocals
Paul Anthony - Drums/Vocals
Brian Reilly - Bass
Christopher Smith - Piano

With:
Joe Sanders - Guitar

Produced by Pete Mancini & Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

 

Hank Stone - I Pity The Poor Immigrant

Hank Stone has been writing songs for over forty years but only started bringing them out to audiences in 2001. He quickly made a name for himself in the Long Island, New York music scene, and has since recorded two CDs of his original tunes, and is now performing often, as a solo act and also with his band. Hank is recording two more CDs in 2016, one with the band and one solo.

Solo, Hank Stone calls to mind the diverse songwriters of the 1960s and 1970s, from Donovan to Paul Simon, Van Morrison to Jackson Browne. Walt Graham of Acoustic Connections on WSHU in Fairfield, Connecticut, called Hank "a unique and wonderful songwriter."

Hank Stone Band features Todd Evans on guitar, Mike Christian on bass, and Gary Settoducato on percussion, ably backing Hank's guitar, vocal and harmonica. Their unique arrangements and versatile playing open up Hank's clever and touching songs, which encompass Americana, blues, folk, country, and world music flavors.
They have been playing the folk music circuit on Long Island and beyond for several years now.
 
Credits:

Hank Stone - Vocals & Guitar
Paul Johnston - Piano & Accordion

Produced by Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Allen Santoriello - Hazel

Allen earned the nickname "Little Wilson" because of his soulful vocal style. The band, Little Wilson, was formed in 1979 and continues to play to large, enthusiastic crowds. Renowned for their distinctive R&B style, they cover music from the 1940s to the 1970s. In 2005, The Little Wilson Band released Never Too Late, a CD of original and classic blues and swing.

In the 90s, Allen was the lead singer for the regionally successful band, Cadillac Moon.  Cadillac Moon toured up and down the East Coast promoting their CDs Plug Me In and In the Kitchen.  Their song, "Show Me Your Tattoo" appears in the movie, The Devil's Advocate.  He still plays with some of the former members of Cadillac Moon in The Walkers.  The Walkers CD, Best Foot Forward, is a fun collection of covers and originals.

Allen plays regularly as a solo artist all over Long Island and the Tri-State area.

Embarking on a new and exciting journey, Allen has finally gone into the studio to record his long awaited solo record featuring all original music.The CD features an eclectic mix of some of Long Island's top musicians that he has been fortunate enough to play with over his long career.  The CD, entitled Pros & Cons was released on Paradiddle Records in November of 2015.
 
Credits:

Allen Santoriello - Vocals
Dave Wise - Guitar
Pat Ambrosio - Bass
Mark Mancini - Keyboards
Howard Silverman - Drums

Produced by Allen Santoriello & Bill Herman
Engineered & Mixed by Bill Herman
Arrangement Allen Santoriello
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Annie Mark & Chris James - I Threw It All Away

Annie Mark and Chris James. Strong vocals, confident and assured. Two people – deeply entwined, playing to one another- locked in harmony, making music together. An organic, raw and rootsy feel always driven by Chris' powerful guitar. Annie's voice, at different turns, sometimes powerful and at times achingly vulnerable. Annie and Chris move seamlessly from genre to genre- drawing from their vast musical tastes for their shows-Americana, blues, country, folk, rock, whether playing originals or paying homage to those who have come before. Annie and Chris - strong performers on their own - together a dynamic duo - bring their devotion and dedication to serving each song up to each other and their listeners with all their heart and soul.
Credits:

Annie Mark - Vocal & Background Vocals
Chris James - Organ, Guitar, Bass, Background Vocals
Roger Murdock - Drums
Michele Sivori- Background Vocals

Produced and Arranged by Chris James
Engineer - Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

The Hideaways - From a Buick 6

Although The Hideaways are primarily a blues band, they prefer to go beyond the rehashing of traditional Chicago Blues styles just to please the purists. They instead acknowledge the Blues artists they love, while also allowing elements of old R&B, country, rockabilly, instrumental surf, and soul jazz to infiltrate their high-energy sound. It's all connected, at least in their minds. This quartet is currently comprised of Roger Murdock (Drums), Chris Laybourne (Baritone and Tenor Saxophone), Sean O’Neill (Bass) and Chris James (Guitar, Organ, and Vocals). The Hideaways believe in playing what they would call Rockin’ Blues, instead of Blues Rock. The short version of this is, they play what they like... and they hope you like it too!

 
Credits:

Chris James - Guitar, Organ, Vocals
Sean O'Neill - Bass
Scotty Micciche - Harmonica
Mitch Towse - Drums

Produced by Chris James & Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Bill Shuren & The Cavalry - I'm Alright

Bill Shuren & The Cavalry made their first appearance as a band performing in the 6th annual folk festival on March 7th, 2015 at the Patchogue Theatre in Patchogue, NY. In and effort to promote Bill's solo EP, The Gamble, the band took the stage and their performance was quoted as "Bill Shuren and The Cavalry took the theatre by storm". The band, consisting of Bill Shuren on Rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Charlie Drannbauer on lead guitar and backing vocals, George Lederer on bass and Brian Schwirzbin on drums, left a lasting impression opening several doors that became a series of fortunate events. Shortly after recording "I'm Alright" with Bill Herman of Paradiddle records another fortunate opportunity presented itself when the band was invited to open for Rascal Flatts at the Pennysaver Amphitheatre located at Bald Hill on Long Island, NY in September of 2015. Bill Shuren & The Cavalry has a sound that is refreshing and shares a hint of the past and the promise of an exciting future in both the local and national music scene. Their music always has a story to be told, a lesson to be learned, and a bit of hope to hold onto. Bill and the Band have since been writing and recording their first full album that will be released in August 2016.
Credits:

Bill Shuren - Acoustic Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals
Brian Schwirzbin - Drums
George Lederer - Bass
Charlie Drannbauer - Lead Guitar

Special guest:
Steven Mall - Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals

Produced by Bill Shuren & The Cavalry
Engineered by Bill Herman
Mixed & Mastered by Charlie Drannbauer
Arrangement by Bill Shuren

Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Bob Westcott - Love Minus Zero, No Limit

Guitarist Bob Westcott is no stranger to Long Island audiences. His career began as a teenager playing guitar in the streets and baskethouses of Greenwich Village, and, more auspiciously, as one of the very first members of the Wes Houston Band. Onetime owner of Folk City and famed Greenwich Village scene author Robbie Woliver has called Bob "the real deal", and for good reason: Bob has been perfecting his elegant finger-style guitar work for well over 30 years. During the 60's, Bob played in the basket houses of Greenwich Village, then moved to Manchester, England to explore the British folk scene, then traveled throughout Canada and the US in the 70's, living in the Midwest, California and upstate New York before settling on eastern Long Island.

Both timely and timeless, his astonishing guitar playing and universally resonant songwriting have made him a perennial favorite on the Long Island scene and he impresses audiences wherever he goes. His performances are peppered with stories about his personal experiences, his travels and travails. This professional is also a Long Island Music Award nominee, and his album, Rollin' Along, finds frequent use in many a CD player. His CD Wherever You Go is beautifully crafted, an exploration of instrumental destinations which is "well-grounded and substantial, yet delicate and airy... an appealing choice for any fan of melodic instrumental music.

Bob has opened for several nationally-known performers, including John Hammond, Merle Haggard, Richie Havens, Tom Paxton, The Nields, and Richard Shindell. His ''Annual Holiday Revue'' is a perennial favorite event of Long Island audiences, and he is much in demand as a session player, showcasing his breathtaking skill as a fingerpicker and multi-instrumentalist.
Credits:

Bob Westcott - Vocals & Guitar

Recorded & Mixed by Bob Westcott

Claudia Jacobs - Buckets of Rain

Photo by Tom Langton

Photo by Tom Langton

Claudia Jacobs is an inviting combination of soulful singer, heartfelt poet and ballsy broad who fills a room with her friendly and open personality and her insightful and deceptively simple songs.  Heartbreaking one moment and rambunctiously brassy the next, few performers can fill a stage as completely.  Her compositions reflect her varied musical inspirations and her covers, though rarely performed, expose her philosophy of ‘bring something new to an old song, serve it, or just listen to the original.’  Awarded the title of "Long Island's Favorite Soul Singer" (Long Island Press) and "One of the New York areas finest female singer-songwriters..." ( John Platt, WFUV), she has shared the stage with many folk icons and played many venues over the years, both solo and with her band, and is proud to be a part of the rich Long Island music community.   She is hoping that her next record, a personally long-awaited return to her Americana roots, will be out by early 2017.  www.claudiajacobs.com

 
 
Credits:

Claudia Jacobs - Vocals and Guitar
Greg Galluccio - Guitar
Dan Weymouth - Piano
James Hubbard - Trombone
Ryan Nestor - Drums

Produced by C. Jacobs, G. Galluccio, D. Weymouth
Engineered by Greg Galluccio and Dan Weymouth
Mixed with additional Engineering by Bob Stander at Parcheesi Recording Studio

Jenna Silverman - New Pony

Jenna Silverman is a vocalist and educator based in Brooklyn, NY. Whether leading up a rockabilly band, belting out background vocals, or performing country, soul, pop, and rock music with NYRMA, Jenna seeks to bring her own brand of sass and attitude to every performance. She's performed throughout the NY area, at venues including the Bowery Electric, Fontana's, the Bitter End, the Rodeo Bar, Rockwood Music Hall, the Bolton Center, and many more. Jenna is graduating with an MA in Education this May.
Credits:

Jenna Silverman - Vocals
Chris Laybourne - Tenor Saxophone
Dave Wise - Guitar
Pat Ambrosio - Bass
Mark Mancini - Keyboards
Howard Silverman - Drums
Annie Mark & Michele Sivori - Background Vocals

Produced by Bill Herman
Engineered & Mixed by Bill Herman
Recorded at Paradiddle Studio

Joe Cumia - I Want You

Joe is the founder and guitarist for 2U, the most successful U2 tribute band in the world.  Joe has toured the world with 2U playing everywhere from Orlando, FL to Dubai. 

Joseph Cumia, President of "Brother Joe Entertainment Inc." (www.notu2.com), started his company in the Fall of 1999 and have, in the course of the past 17 years, given birth to, groomed, managed and continue to book several of the world's "Top Shelf" tribute acts, full time.

When asked by his childhood neighbor, drummer, classmate and close friend Bill Herman (President of Paradiddle Records) to record a Bob Dylan track of his choice for inclusion on his brilliant Compilation/Tribute to one of the greatest songwriters of our time,  it was with great enthusiasm that he immediately responded with a VERY BIG- YES!!!

He hopes you enjoy listening to his rendition of Mr. Dylan's B-Side album track "I Want You", half as much as he enjoyed recording it!
Peace, Love and GUITAR...JC!!!

2U- The World's 2nd Best U2 Show
Almost Journey- The 80's Journey Tribute
Phat Hendrix- A Heavy Tribute To Jimi
Solo Joe Acoustic Show- Unplugged Classic Rock
Credits:

All instruments - Joe Cumia

Produced & Recorded by Joe Cumia