Ahead of today's nationwide release of The Bunny & The Bull we caught up with Oly Ralfe to talk about the soundtrack that Ralfe Band recorded.
Q. So how did your involvement with Bunny & The Bull Come about?
Oly Ralfe: We were invited to record a demo for a couple of scenes. We just went for it hard over a couple of days, and they liked it more than anyone elses demo. I've always thought it'd be great to create film music but didn't expect to land a sizeable catch like this. It was quite a fish to fry.
Last night after a nightmare journey into the metropolis, I was privileged to attend the gospel according to The Duke and The King. It’s the only apt description of the greatest live show I have ever attended!!!! Man, my body went through every emotion – I cried like a baby to “One More American Song”, then laughed, clapped and sang along with the massive crowd to “Summer Morning Rain”.
- 'If You Ever Get Famous' Live at the Scala.
This week the Lantern Society celebrated there 24th Hour of broadcasting. Episode 24 recorded on 5.11.09 features an impressive debut by eight piece The Pony Collaboration, Benjamin Thomas spreading the gospel according to John Prine, Pat and Helen wielding a banjo and fiddle, Martin Ledner, with a special look at Ledner's former group The Roaring Hundreds, Hatty Longfield, and their trip into the LSRH archive uncovers a session from this year's Wood Festival with Brian from Stornoway.
We caught up with Trevor Moss and asked him a couple of questions.
Danny spoke to Clash magazine about next weeks live dates with Fionn Regan, plus details of next years new album "Streets Of Our Time".
Stunning English songwriting team Danny And The Champions Of The World have confirmed details of their new album. Danny Wilson has a long history in music. Emigrating from Australia when he was still in nappies, the singer seems to have retained an element of sunshine in his uplifting acoustic guitar driven pop.
Releasing several solo albums, Danny Wilson teamed up with a loose collective of friends to form Danny And The Champions Of The World. Releasing their debut album 18 months ago, the band have now become cult heroes. Combining stunning songwriting with great musicianship the album was initially recorded purely for fun, but went on to have a life of its own. Gaining airplay across Europe it established the band as festival favourites. Danny And The Champions Of The World are now set to return after a short break with their new album 'Streets Of Our Time'. Released via Loose Records, the album was recorded at Hill Farm Studios in Oxfordshire - the epicentre for the Truck Festival.
Robert Fisher of Willard Grant Conspiracy taped a superb session for Bandwidth Film's Bandwidth Sessions earlier in the month in Belfast.
Brilliant quality, great performance, beautifully shot.
Willard Grant Conspiracy - 'Vespers'