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Video Station :-

Welcome to ‘The Video Station’ page! Tune into ‘Mystery Train Radio’ via http://www.mysterytrainradio.com/listen/ to hear tracks from all the artists featured on this page. If you have new music video recommendations drop the station a line via the ‘Contact’ page. We love to hear about your favorites 🙂 

Indigo Mariana put together a 2 hour show about Gene Clark called ‘Clouds and Dreams’ that was aired Tuesday the 15/01 at 10PM UK (details found @ http://www.mysterytrainradio.com/shows/), so we thought we’d share a favorite Byrds clip featuring a song Gene wrote – ‘I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better’ 🙂

In memory of Clydie King who passed away on the 7th of January 2019, a wonderful duet with Bob Dylan – ‘Abraham, Martin and John’. Clydie worked with The Rolling Stones, Linda Ronstadt, Elton John, Graham Nash, Ray Charles, Steely Dan, Lynyrd Skynyrd and many other bands and songwriters. Clydie was one of the most in-demand backing vocalists of the 1960’s and 70’s. Soon after her passing, Bob Dylan released a statement saying “She was my ultimate singing partner, no one ever came close. We were two soulmates”.

We always love sharing music from Kurt Vile and this is a 2018 50 minute performance filmed for ‘Pitchfork’. Hear lots of music from his album ‘Bottle It In’, plus a reworking of an old favorite called ‘Wakin’ On A Pretty Day’. Sublime guitar work, an interesting turn of phrase and some primal yelping make this an enjoyable watch :). Thanks to listener Kevin Tanswell for the nod! Learn more about Kurt by seeing http://kurtvile.com/.

Listen to a song called ‘Lucky Ones’ from the Israel Nash album ‘Lifted’. A glorious psychedelic offering from a record that received high praise in the music press prior to release. A number of album tracks have been added to the radio station playlist of songs you can hear throughout the day. See http://www.israelnash.com/ to learn more about Israel and his music.

We just adore Ana Egge’s album ‘White Tiger’! This a chance to see a live version of the title track she recorded for ‘Folk Alley’. Alex from the station caught Ana live when she supported Ron Sexsmith back in 2002. That performance, like this new album and the live clip below proving why this writer is so captivating! The album ‘White Tiger’ is out now. See https://www.anaegge.com/

Findlay Brown’s album “Not Everything Beautiful Is Good” is a fantastic listen. This long-player highly recommended if you love singer- songwriters who can seemingly tap into melody with total ease. One of many highlight’s being the track below, a beauty called ‘Call It What You Want’. Learn more about Findlay by seeing https://www.findlaybrown.com/