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Acoustic Long Island

Welcome to the #1 Acoustic Podcast on iTunes! Our live events will transport you to an intimate room in Long Island, NY with some of the country's best independent acoustic artists, playing folk, acoustic rock, blues, ragtime - you name it. If it's acoustic, it's at Acoustic Long Island. And it's all FREE. Performers have included: Ben Taylor (son of James Taylor and Carly Simon), The Chapin Sisters (daughters of Tom Chapin and neices of Harry Chapin), Jesse Rubin, Liz Longley, Johnny Cuomo, Tim Blane, Chris Ayer, Howard Emerson, Mieka Pauley, Madi Diaz, David Berkeley, Brooke Campbell, Pat Wictor, Miles to Dayton, Stephanie Smith, Akiva, Danielle Miraglia, Andy Mac, Dan Stevens, and Red Molly. ©2014 Deepwells Farm Historical Society.

Folk and Acoustic Music - TransAtlantic Acoustic Show from

Traditional folk music forms, acoustic blues, acoustic alt country, and contemporary folk by Independent musicians from with an occasional acoustic tune in other genres. Hosted by Sam Salter (UK) and jill no jack (US) from the Independent Music Showcase.

Up Close And Acoustic

Up Close And Acoustic with Charlie Silvestri is Performance/Interview Radio The show is independently produced and hosted by Charlie Silvestri. Each week, Up Close And Acoustic welcomes a band or singer/songwriter and features that artist performing in an intimate and acoustic setting and discussing influences and background. Who is Charlie Silvestri? Charlie has hosted, co-hosted, produced, and engineered many programs over the years for several stations in the Philadelphia radio market. He has a conversational interview style and is knowledgeable and quite passionate about his subject.

Behind The Acoustic Guitar with Tony Polecastro | Interviews with Tommy Emmanuel, Paul Reed Smith, Bob Taylor and more

Weekly acoustic guitar reviews featuring Martin, Gibson, Taylor, PRS, & Collings guitars. Plus, learn acoustic guitar!

Acoustic Sunset

Putnam's Acoustic Sunset brings you musical acts from all over the world. Each week's episode contains highlights from a live show recorded Sunday nights in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Episodes feature live music, storytelling, and interviews with host, Carl Banks. Brought to you by Putnam's Pub and Cooker at 419 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, New York or on the web Acoustic Guitar Lessons

A set of rhythm guitar lessons for the beginner to intermediate student. These lessons cover a variety of strum patterns and chords. For complete tablature for the lessons visit

Guitar Music Theory Lessons - Desi Serna

This podcast features free audio guitar lessons that teach practical concepts of music theory to modern guitar players. Learn how scales, chords, progressions, modes, and more get applied to the fretboard and familiar music. This material is suitable for intermediate level players on up and can be followed on either an acoustic or electric guitar. It is recommended that you begin with the first episode uploaded on June 6, 2007 (What Is Guitar Theory?), and then follow the lessons in order from there. Taught by Desi Serna author of the books Fretboard Theory, Fretboard Theory Volume II, Guitar Theory For Dummies, and Guitar Rhythm and Technique For Dummies, plus several video programs. Visit the website to sign up for free book and DVD previews. This Podcast was created using

Relax with Moodtapes

Escape To Your Own Personal Paradise... as the Deeply Soothing Natural Sounds of the Ocean and Moodtapes Gentle Acoustic Guitar Melodies Caress Your Soul! Moodtapes creator, Ron Roy, guides you on a journey of blissful relaxation as your mind is filled with the peaceful sounds of crashing ocean waves, distant gulls, and gentle breezes ... all blended in perfect harmony to the beautiful original music from Moodtapes "Pacific Surf". (CD available on iTunes) The perfect podcast to enjoy "over and over again" on your iPod ... at home... your office... your car... or any place where you need a relaxing break from the stresses of the day!

Guitar Lessons by

Guitar Lessons from Learn how to play guitar with instruction covering beginner, acoustic, blues, electric, country, jazz, and metal guitar.

Celtic Roots Radio - Irish music podcast

Celtic Roots Radio ( Here's a taste a' music to whet yer appetite - Celtic, folk, folk/rock, Appalachian, Breton, bluegrass, Scottish, Irish, Cajun, Cape Breton, singer/songwriter - if its Celtic, roots or acoustic music you want, you'll find it here (plus a wee drop a' Norn Iron craic!) - on Celtic Roots Radio! ---------------- Produced by Precious Oil Productions Ltd for Celtic Roots Radio ( ---------------- 24/7 INTERNET STATION!! We also have a 24/7 Celtic Roots Radio web station: Check it out NOW!! at: ---------------- Also, check out other podcasts from: Raymond McCullough ( &, Gerry McCullough - Irish writer & poet ( &, and Precious Oil Productions Ltd ( - just enter 'raymond mccullough' into an iTunes Store search!

Edgar Allan Poe Poems by Edgar Allan Poe

Best known for his scary tales, mystery and detective stories and imaginative fantasy stories, Edgar Allan Poe was also a gifted poet. He wrote more than 70 poems and almost all of them have been widely appreciated by readers and critics alike. This collection contains some of his most famous ones, including the immortal Raven, which combines a sense of doom and nameless despair. With its ringing, alliterative and repetitive lines and strange, supernatural atmosphere, it remains one of Poe's best known and most quoted poems. Other poems in the anthology include The Bells, which was published after Poe's death. This poem is one of his most “acoustic” poems. It is divided into four parts and with each succeeding part, the sound of the bells becomes more and more sinister and gloomy. It was rejected several times by different publishers who felt that it skirted the thin line between verse and nonsense. However, in later years, composers like Rachmaninoff composed a sonata based on the poem and created a choral symphony for the bell sounds. Contemporary bands like Pink Floyd have also referenced it in their song “Time.” Ulalume is another well known Poe poem. This one again focuses on sound and was originally written as an elocution piece. Scholars have speculated that the poem's dark and dismal theme is similar to The Raven's and could be rooted in the grief that Poe felt after recently losing his beloved wife, Virginia. Ulalume is also full of classical allusions to different myths and legends. The original text of the poem contains a brilliant illustration by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Annabel Lee is the last complete poem written by Poe. This one also speaks of loss, love and despair. To My Mother is actually written to his mother-in-law and aunt, Maria Clemm. It is sometimes entitled Sonnet to My Mother and was published as a tribute to the mother of the woman he deeply loved, his wife Virginia. Lesser known poems like The Coliseum, The Conqueror Worm, To One in Paradise, To Francis S Osgood and others form the rest of the collection along with many others. In his short but memorable life, Poe created a whole new genre of writing. He is generally acknowledged as the father of detective fiction and also of the emerging genre of sci-fi. His works have influenced studies in fields as diverse as cosmology and cryptography. His deeply unhappy childhood and subsequent violent disagreements with his adoptive parents created much sadness in his young life, but he overcame his difficulties and found himself in writing. Poe's poems must be read aloud to be completely savored and this volume would certainly provide hours of enjoyable family reading or listening!

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