Saturday Matinee – Richard Thompson, Y Niwl & The Dip

“It’s kind of a social misfit song, nothing autobiographical here at all.” Richard Thompson, underrated folk rock guitarist and songwriter.

Cob Records of Porthmadog, Gwynedd, Wales hosted a farewell party in 2012 featuring North Wales surf rock gods Y Niwl . The band’s name is pronounced Uh Nule – “The Fog” in Welsh.

The Dip  is comprised of jazz students from  University of Washington (Seattle) and not only do they have the retro soul sound down, they got cowbell.

Lotta stuff going down these days, some good, some bad, and some is downright abhorrent. Let’s enjoy what what we like, protect what we treasure and we’ll deal with the rest when it comes. Have a great weekend, see you sometime tomorrow.

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

2 thoughts on “Saturday Matinee – Richard Thompson, Y Niwl & The Dip”

    1. Been a bit busy lately in processed meatworld, and sifting through videos at midnight is always a bit dicey. I was already familiar with Richard Thompson – Wall of Death got my attention the first time I heard it. The others I found by accident.

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