The Falcon's Nest

  • Bands We Like

  • Categories

  • RSS The Day in Rock

  • RSS Music News

    • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
  • RSS New Music Reviews

    • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
  • RSS Under the Radar

  • RSS Clash Music News

    • One Of Scotland's Top Sound Engineers Is Facing Deportation August 30, 2016
      Campaign launched to help Robert Makutsa...A campaign has been launched to help Robert Makutsa, a top sound engineer based in Scotland who is facing deportation. The audio engineer came to Scotland from his native Kenya seven years ago, and has grown to become a central figure in the country's music scene. Working closely with Synergy Concerts, Robert w […]
    • Premiere: Nouvelle Vague - 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' (Dream Koala Remix) August 30, 2016
      A genuine post-punk classic re-worked...Sometimes life will present you something that simply cannot go wrong. 'Love Will Tear Us Apart'? Fantastic, an inarguably classic of the post-punk era. Nouvelle Vague? Fantastic, a group whose re-works are the stuff of bossa nova heaven. The French group recently re-worked the Joy Division single, retaining […]
    • Fringe Benefits: Clash Heads To Edinburgh August 30, 2016
      Exploring the musical delights of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe...It’s funny the people you stumble across at the world’s biggest, weirdest, arts festival. Think Edinburgh Fringe and you’d probably envisage, say, a couple of Norwegian comics doing a musical version of Aladdin about the refugee crisis, or people just staring at a man in a gorilla suit in a ro […]
    • Premiere: Matador - 'Inceptions' (Patrick Topping Remix) August 30, 2016
      From his new 'Ructions' EP set...It's been a big summer for Matador. The producer unveiled his debut artist album 'Ructions', a collection of crisp techno-fuelled bangers that seethed with relentless energy. A follow up EP saw a host of big name guests offer their take on his material, and Matador is set to repeat the trick with anot […]
    • Sadiq Khan Expands On fabric Comments August 30, 2016
      Following enormously successful petition...Sadiq Khan has offered his view on fabric's ongoing battle to retain its license. The London club was forced to close recently, with Islington Council demanding further investigation into its license following two drug-related deaths on the premises. A hugely successful petition was launched in support, with mo […]
    • Culture Clash: ALA.NI August 30, 2016
      Rising soul star reveals her extra-curricular activities...It's been a big summer for ALA.NI. The rising talent released her debut album 'You & I' earlier this year, follow sessions in Damon Albarn's Studio 13. A potent, self-reflective work, it revealed a songwriter who was rapidly blossoming, rapidly turning into something special. […]
    • Hooton Tennis Club Share New Cut 'Katy-Anne Bellis' August 30, 2016
      Taken from upcoming album 'Big Box of Chocolates'...Hooton Tennis Club have shared new track 'Katy-Anne Bellis'. The Liverpool band recently unfurled details of second album 'Big Box of Chocolates', due to be released shortly on Heavenly. Recorded by Edwyn Collins at his studio in the Scottish Highlands, it feels like a natural […]
    • Influences: WILDERADO August 30, 2016
      Sounds that matter, as picked by the artists formerly known as Bird Dog...WILDERADO know their music. After all, the band's initial moniker Bird Dog was half-inched from a song by the Everly Brothers. New EP 'Latigo' is a graceful work, full of gently maturing sounds and a lyrical touch that is devastating in its under-stated nature. Produced […]
    • Premiere: Jordan Allen - 'Dancing In The Dark' August 30, 2016
      Bolton four-piece with a gritty take on indie songcraft...Jordan Allen is both a frontman, and a band. Confused? You needn't be. Bolton talent Jordan Allen began writing songs inspired by what he saw around him, a world that exists outside the glitzy realm of the Top 40. Gathering friends around him, the project took on renewed life, but they still use […]
    • Southside By Sisyphe August 30, 2016
      "I’m a firm believer in taking local vibes and making them global.”“I arrived in Madrid six years ago to make a statement in fashion, but I still feel like a rebel, like Sisyphe is the underdog, the guy you don’t want to talk to at the party,” says the label’s founder and creative director Pablo López Torres over email. It’s an understandable position w […]
  • RSS Eddie Trunk

  • RSS Rolling Stone

    • An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.
  • RSS Chart Attack

The Falcons Nest My Five: Jeff R.

Posted by falconi5 on April 26, 2012

The “My Five” series is a man on the street kind of interview where at a random time in a random place we ask someone what their five favorite songs are.

Jeff R. – Late 20…ish

We ran in to Jeff at Sheakespears a local blues joint in my neighborhood blues bar. Who knew that Willie S. was a blues fan.  I am convinced that Jeff is an alien.  He was by far the youngest person in the bar and by far the coolest person there as well.  His musical choices were old school and I really liked the guy. An old school soul in a contemprary form, the future is in good hands.  Here are his top five songs.

Jamie Cullum – The Wind Cries Mary

Norah Jones – Come Away With Me

REO Speedwagon – Golden Country

Yes – Roundabout

John Cleary – Portstreet Blues


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 230 other followers

%d bloggers like this: