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Category Archives: Melodica Mondays
What do you get when you throw two of my favorite things together (Brazil and melodicas)? You get Some Community. This batch of Brazilian buds dropped an EP last year called “RiñoRiño”. It’s good time fun music. Sure to make … Continue reading
Feeling playful this Monday morning. Here is a nice video of John Medeski having fun in Peru. If anyone wants to get me a MyLodica for my Birthday (next week), that would be great.
I return from a tremendous vacation to share this tremendous Medeski, Martin and Wood song. They do so much with so little.
This Monday we are kicking a Coconut and The Duke original song that features the melodica. The Invasive Folk duo have traded their year-long “Cover Of The Month” series for a “Single Of The Month” – looking to share some … Continue reading
First time I heard this song, I was sure it was from the 70s. I was wrong, it was from 2009 – from The House That Dirt Build. Which is a pretty solid album through and through. I strongly recommend you rock … Continue reading
If the Ukulele was the instrument of 2009, the melodica is the new ukulele. The Duke is way ahead of the curve here, thus in turn, so are you. Just last Friday, The Current in Minneapolis featured said instrument in … Continue reading
I’ll be honest with you, there isn’t any melodica in this song. But Gregoire Maret’s harmonic sounds a little like my favorite mouth-blown key instrument. John Ellis & Double-Wide new album is called Puppet Mischief, which should be enough incentive … Continue reading