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Playlist of Mudcat & Atl Horns

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  • Mudcat & Atl Horns - Chicken Raid - Chicken Raid @ Northside Tavern, Atlanta - Sat Mar/18/2017

    9:53

    Chicken Raid
    Mudcat & Atl Horns + Sol & Carly + Wasted Potential horns
    Chicken Raid 2017 @ Northside Tavern, Atlanta
    Sat Mar/18/2017

    Mudact - vocals guitar
    Atl Horns
    Mandi Strachota - vocals
    + Sol - guitar
    +Carly - vocals
    +Wasted Potential horns

    video by: Unknown Vincent

    also: I Put a Spell on You (Eddie Tigner & Lola)


    Beverly Guitar Watkins


    Bye Bye Johnny (Chickens & Pigs)


    Doctor Dixon


    Whole Lotta Love (Company Stores)


    Chicken Raid (Mudcat)


    Photos: (latest @ bottom)

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  • So Far by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns

    4:14

    from the 2015 release 'While You Were Away'


    Video sources : NASA/ BBC/ Perlinger Archives/ mUD; these videos are all in the public domain.

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert
    lyrics
    So Far

    In the frozen ground
    We plant the seed
    The lovers are asleep
    We make the sound
    The children need
    Wound down thru the dreams

    As the night
    Was softly bending
    I fell in your eyes
    And the holding arms
    You was intending
    Caught the holy moon as she rise

    And we’re still so far from home

    A highway long
    A road that’s narrow
    We stand out in the blame
    The wheel, the song
    Flight of the sparrow
    We’re coming in from the pain

    © 2015 D. Dudeck / ASCAP / 30 Miles Up
    credits
    from MUDCAT SINGLE 1: So Far / Will the Circle Be Unbroken, released 05 June 2015
    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Eddie Tigner: vibes

    Vocal arrangements by Eskil Wetterqvist, David Evans, and Dudeck. Horn arrangements by Joseph Burton.

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  • While You Were Away by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns

    5:15

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

    While You Were Away © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Photos of band by Corby Brown
    Mudcat and Dan Dan video by Ellen Hamby, Chad video by Corby Brown, Horns, Eskil and David video by mUD (thank you WATC 57)

    Public domain images include :

    Flamarion Columbus Before the Queen by Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze, Columbus explaining his discovery of America to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, Wood engraving after John Gilbert in Harper's Weekly, May 30, 1868. Credit Line: Library of Congress Prints , Engraving of Christopher Columbus Upon Reaching the New World by D. K. Bonatti , Image 16th century, Engraving of Christopher Columbus Standing on His Ship, Return-of-Columbus, Photo of Will Maier as Columbus, Inspiracion de Cristobal Colon by Jose Maria Obregon,1856, Edge of the World by Max Klinger, Earthrise by NASA, Weather Radar from the NWS

    Film: Secret Files of Inquisition (2/4): The Tears Of Spain

  • Rise - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns featuring Mandi Strachota

    4:46

    Rise - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns featuring Mandi Strachota

    Dreaming stardust
    I rose from ashen clay
    Reaping conquest
    And gold along the way
    We left the harvest
    Our fields in decay

    I woke up so late
    The forest had tuned to ash
    Villains are at the gate
    And our kingdom will soon crash
    Throwing pitchforks at the state
    And this swing may be our last

    Rising from the ground / enough to feed us all
    All around / even climbing walls
    Free the sound / Sound the call
    Taking root
    On the devil’s estate
    Underfoot
    Our great plans escape
    Free the vine
    Praise God ‘Elderberry Wine’
    Rising from the ground / enough to feed us all
    All around / even climbing walls
    Free the sound / Sound the call

    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Mudcat:
    Daniel Dudeck: Guitar, Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, Vocal
    Jacob Holiday: Bass
    Featuring:
    Mandi Strachota: Vocal
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joseph Burton: Trombone
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet
    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert
    Horns Arranged by Joseph Burton

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  • Let it Be Me by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns

    4:35

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Band footage by Jim Newport during Chicken Raid 2015, Northside Tavern, Atlanta GA

    Model: Kat footage by mUD

    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, Flute, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Let it Be Me © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 6, 7, and 8, of 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

  • Mudcat Featuring the Atlanta Horns - When The Saints Go Marching In

    7:11

    Filmed live at the Chicken Raid 2013. Northside Tavern, Atlanta, GA.

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  • Divine the Fight by Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns

    3:54

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Model: Kat footage by mUD

    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, Flute, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Divine the Fight © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up.

    Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 6, 7, and 8, of 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at ZAC Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

    Model: KAT

    Band photo: Corby Brown

    Dowsing photo: unknown

    The following Public Domain sources were used:

    Return of the Kung Fu Dragon (1976) directed by Chick Lim Yu

    Kit Carson Over the Great Divide (1925) Directed by Frank S. Mattison

    The Lost World (1925) directed by Harry O. Hoyt

    Wee Driver (1936)

  • Lamps Are Lighting - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns with the Luna Strings

    3:41

    From the Album 'Castaway (Original Cast Recording)' (c) 2018 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Images: Kathryn Dudeck, Vincent Tseng, Karas Cahill, Sergio Sala, Corby Brown, Mudcat, NASA, Public Domain / Creative Commons sources,

    There are secrets born every night
    But they age unkindly in the morning light
    Every bar along the lane
    Forgotten romance forgotten names

    Was blind - Was underground
    Afraid to fly - You lifted me now I’m found

    Boundless blessings, this morning bright
    Instantly granted to childlike eyes
    Fear of dying, fear of flying alone
    When we’re lost and have no home

    Was blind - Was underground
    Afraid to fly - You lifted me now I’m found

    Night is brightened ten billion sparks
    Ten trillion light years through the icy dark
    Time is winding grooving us down
    Lamps are lighting feel the sound

    Feel the Sound
    Lamps are lighting can’t you feel the sound?


    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP


    Mudcat:
    Daniel Dudeck: Guitar, Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Eskil Wetterquist: Drums, Vocal
    Jacob Holiday: Bass

    Featuring:
    Mandi Strachotta: Vocal

    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joseph Burton: Trombone
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet

    Luna Strings:
    Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel: Violin
    Katerina Lewis: Viola
    Daniel Holloway: Cello

    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert

    Horns Arranged by Joseph Burton
    Strings arranged by Joel Morris with J. Burton

  • Mudcat with Lil Joes Atlanta Horns featuring Mandi Strachota.

    7:13

    Northside Tavern. Atlanta, GA. 4/29/17.

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  • You Are the Sun - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns featuring Mandi Strachota

    5:58

    From the Album 'Castaway (Original Cast Recording)' (c) 2018 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Model : KAT

    Images: Mudcat, NASA, Public , Creative Commons


    You Are the Sun

    When my heart beats you are the sound
    When the water rises you are my higher ground
    When there is no place - you are where I run
    When I’m lost in darkness you are the sun

    When there is no sky you are my breath
    When there is no color you pull the blues my head
    You are the very next chapter when everything is done
    When I’m Lost in the darkness you are the sun

    You are the Sun
    I orbit about you daylight has come
    You are the sun
    Your brilliance is leading me home

    When there are no stars you light up my sky
    Pulling heavenly bodies in your gravitational tide
    You are melody in the Universe’ love song
    When I’m lost in the darkness you are the sun

    You are the Sun
    I orbit about you leading me home
    You are the sun
    Your brilliance is leading me home

    You are the burning turning deep down
    My Earthly Rises as the Storms roll on
    My fiery dream when sleep won’t come

    Your internal / convective motion
    Causes a dynamic magneto pull, upon my emotion
    You’re rhizomic hypha devotions
    Cause a mycelic explosion you are the sun

    You are the Sun
    I orbit about you leading me home
    You are the sun
    Your brilliance is leading me on
    Seas of sadness, leaves of madness Are gone

    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Mudcat:
    Daniel Dudeck: Guitar, Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Eskil Wetterquist: Drums, Vocal
    Jacob Holiday: Bass

    Featuring:
    Mandi Strachotta: Vocal

    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joseph Burton: Trombone
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet


    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert

    Horns Arranged by Joseph Burton

  • Sarah by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns

    3:24

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    photo are in the public domain

    Mudcat: Guitar
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, Flute
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums
    Chad Mason: Organ
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Sarah © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 6, 7, and 8, of 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

  • Wake by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns

    4:32

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

    WAKE © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Model: KAT
    Video by mUD
    Band footage by Corbin Brown
    'Earthrise' provided by NASA

  • End of the Night by Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns

    4:27

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Keyboard
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

    End of the Night © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.


    Photo credits include:
    Corbin Brown (Mudcat), Vincent Tseng (Snave), Kevin Berg (Mudcat Fife and Drum), Russell Lee (Drought-refugees-from-Oklahoma-camping-by-the-roadside), Sarah Jeyenes (Malala Yousafzai), as well as several as yet unidentified photographers whose images used here are part of the public domain.

    Original band footage (seen here with effect added) by Corby Brown. Additional new video by mUD
    Astronomical clips provided by NASA
    Paintings include:
    1605_Francken Sieben Werke der Barmherzigkeit Anagoria
    Ribalta-San Francisco Prado

  • Blind Boys of Alabama with Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns

    1:56

    Gospel Brunch 2-19-17

  • Mudcat, You Are The Sun

    6:19

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Drink Myself Sober by Mudcat @ the Atlanta Horns

    4:52

    From the 2015 album 'While You Were Away



    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, Flute, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

    If I Could Drink Myself Sober © 2015 by D. Dudeck ASCAP 30 Miles Up. Horn arrangement by Joseph Burton.

    Video footage by MUD @ the Audubon Zoo- New Orleans, Rimini- Italy, and Eddie’s Attic- Atlanta GA (thanks Chad, Ellen)
    Model: KAT
    Public Domain sources:
    Van Beuren Studios’ Cubby Bear in ‘Croon Crazy’ 1933
    ‘The Moslem World; Out Of The Desert’ 1936
    Archived home movie ‘India’

    Turntable provided by Jake Holiday

  • Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns Mardi Gras 2017

    1:24

    Saint Go Marchin' IN

  • Mudcat, How Long

    2:35

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • So Far

    4:05

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    So Far · Mudcat · The Atlanta Horns

    While You Were Away (feat. The Atlanta Horns)

    ℗ 2015 Daniel Peter Dudeck

    Released on: 2015-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Spitting in the Eye of the Devil

    5:48

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Spitting in the Eye of the Devil · Mudcat

    You Better Mind

    ℗ 2014 Daniel Peter Dudeck

    Released on: 2014-10-31

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Toodle oo by Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns featuring Joe Burton

    4:51

    From the 2015 release 'While You Were Away.'

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 8, 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert
    credits
    released 11 July 2015

    Mudcat: Guitar
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass/ Flute
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums
    Chad Mason: Keyboard

    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone,
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet,
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Photos of the band by Corby Brown. Photos of band members’ family used by permission. Other images are in the public domain including: photos by Emil Osterman, Arnold Genthe, Alice Hosokawa, the Gates Foundation, Luca Galuzzi, John Linell, Vincent van Gogh, Louisa Breckenridge, Dorthea Lange, Adolphe Bouguereau, AND the film ‘Palmour Street’ by George C. Stoney (1957 Gainesville GA)

  • Castaway - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns featuring Mandi Strachota and the Luna Strings

    5:42

    From the Album 'Castaway (Original Cast Recording)' (c) 2018 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Images: Karas Cahill, Sergio Sala, Corby Brown, Jason Beyer, Mudcat, NASA, Public Domain,

    Castaway

    We are caught in the tide in between
    Where the old world dies and the new one begins
    Dying to be born
    Aware of the perils and dangers around

    This is no time to sleep
    We’re between the devil and the deep
    Don’t be caught up short
    Lower your mainsails keep the northstar to port

    Forget yourself leave your body behind
    Forget yourself lose your mind
    Forget yourself you are not alone
    Come on home

    Down the hatch boys and heave to the wind
    The Squall is blustered and twisting with sin
    So One last call for reason
    Then we’re Shutting down for the season

    Forget yourself leave your body behind
    Forget yourself lose your mind
    Forget yourself you are not alone
    Come on home


    Gone too long - castaway


    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP


    Mudcat:
    Daniel Dudeck: Guitar, Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Eskil Wetterquist: Drums, Vocal
    Jacob Holiday: Bass

    Featuring:
    Mandi Strachotta: Vocal

    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joseph Burton: Trombone
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet

    Luna Strings:
    Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel: Violin
    Katerina Lewis: Viola
    Daniel Holloway: Cello

    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert

    Horns Arranged by Joseph Burton
    Strings arranged by Joel Morris with J. Burton

    Lyrics by D. Dudeck ASCAP Music by D. Dudeck and J. Burton BMI

  • Divine the Fight

    3:54

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Divine the Fight · Mudcat · The Atlanta Horns

    While You Were Away (feat. The Atlanta Horns)

    ℗ 2015 Daniel Peter Dudeck

    Released on: 2015-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mudcat & the Atlanta Horns w/ Eddie Tigner: Will the Circle Be Unbroken

    5:02

    recording during the making of 'While You Were Away'



    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    David 'Snave' Evans: Bass, Flute, B. Vocal
    Eskil Wetterqvist: Drums, B. Vocal
    Eddie Tigner: Piano
    Chad Mason: Organ
    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Mico Bowles: Trumpet, Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls on April 6, 7, and 8, of 2015. Mixed by Jim Zumpano at Zac Recording, Atlanta, GA Mastered by Jason Reichert

  • The Devil Is Real

    4:38

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    The Devil Is Real · Mudcat · The Atlanta Horns

    While You Were Away (feat. The Atlanta Horns)

    ℗ 2015 Daniel Peter Dudeck

    Released on: 2015-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I Wanna Be Ready

    4:54

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Wanna Be Ready · Mudcat

    Chicken and Gin

    ℗ 2012 Daniel Dudeck

    Released on: 2012-07-03

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I Want to Be Ready

    4:40

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Want to Be Ready · Mudcat

    Dusty King James (Bound for Glory)

    ℗ 2013 Full Armor Productions

    Released on: 2013-10-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mudcat, Spiral

    5:28

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat, Simple Life

    4:44

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns and SISTER Mandi Strachota!

    3:17

    Sometimes songs are gifts, and this is one of them
    Daniel Peter Dudeck

  • Love Rocks ft.Blind Boys Of Alabama & Michael McDonald - I Shall Be Released 3-9-17 Beacon Theatre

    6:02

    Benefit For God's Love We Deliver

  • A look inside: Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns recording the album While You Were Away

    5:00

    Here is a musical montage of what we recorded at The Living Room, Atlanta, GA by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls April 6,7, and 8, 2015.

  • Mudcat, Guacamole

    5:25

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat, Rise

    5:39

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat - Break down engine

    3:25

    Mudcat interprète Precious Lord dans l'émission Route 66 de radio RDL Colmar le 5 avril 2008

    Un vidéo-reportage réalisé par Jean-Luc






  • WILLIE KARMA- Reefer man

    1:49

    REEFER MAN (Letra)
    Man, what's the matter with that cat there?
    Must be full of reefer
    Full of reefer?
    Yeah man
    You mean that cat's high?
    Sailing, Sailing

    Sailing lightly
    Get away from here
    Man is that the reefer man?
    That's the reefer man
    I believe, he's losin' his mind
    I think, he's lost his mind

    Oh, have you ever met that funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)
    Have you ever met that funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)

    If he said, he swam to China
    And he sell you South Carolina
    Then you know
    You're talkin' to that reefer man

    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)
    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)

    If he said, he walks the ocean
    Any time he takes the notion
    Then you know
    You're talkin' to reefer man

    Have you ever met this funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)
    Oh baby baby baby reefer man
    (Reefer man)

    If he trades you dimes for nickels
    And calls watermelon's pickles
    Then you know
    You're talkin' to that reefer man

    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)
    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)

    If he takes a sudden mania
    He'll want to give you, Pennsylvania
    And you know
    You're talkin' to the reefer man

    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)
    Have you ever met funny reefer man?
    (Reefer man)

    If he said, one sweet is funny
    Because, he won't sell me Atlantic
    Then you know
    You're talkin' to that reefer man

    Cantautor de dirty folk blues de Caracas (Venezuela) afincado en Barcelona. Proviene de grupos como Los Dolares, Execució, Two Empty Bottles, etc. Este tema es una versión de Cab Calloway. Aquí tocando junto a Bang Bang Band Girl y Xtreme Blues Dog.

  • Goin to Jackson with MUDCAT @ Northside Tavern Atlanta, GA 2013

    7:15

    Go see Mudcat play live and pick up a CD or three @ mudcatblues.com

  • Miss Fogartys Christmas Cake for Viola & Harp

    2:20

    C. Frank Horn was born on April 19, 1851, in Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. His full name was Charles Frank Horn, but he usually went by C. Frank Horn to distinguish his name from his father's. His father, named Charles Horn, was a teamster born in Pennsylvania in 1800. C. Frank Horn's mother, Matilda Horn, was born about 1820, also in Pennsylvania.

    The first mention of C. Frank Horn is in the 1860 census. His father is given as Charles Horns (sic), age sixty, a teamster, with his family living in the North Ward Borough of Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, as of June 14, 1860. His mother is listed as Matilda Horn, age thirty-nine, with children Mary, nineteen, Susan, sixteen, and Charles, nine. All were born in Pennsylvania. Interestingly, another household member, possibly a boarder, is listed: Will Davis, age thirty-two, a professor of music. Perhaps having Davis in the house influenced young Charles to become a teacher and composer of music.

    Horn composed some comic songs for George Thatcher of George Thatcher's Minstrels in Philadelphia. Horn wrote many other songs, like Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake, Miss Mulligan's Homemade Pie, Grogan's Grocery, The Band on Murphy's Block, and McCarthy's Fancy Ball in an Irish dialect. Some others are Duffy, the Rising Man, Mr. Finnegan, The Trials of Leap Year, The McGettigans' Social Soiree, and When McGinnes Drives Up to the Door.

    Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake has become part of the folklore of Christmas. It has also entered the realm of folklore in a number of other ways. Edith Fowke listed it in Canadian Journal for Traditional Music in 1979 as an old favorite. It appears in the Columbia Granger's Index to Poetry, with the author listed as anonymous. It is often reprinted. The Family Herald and Weekly Star, a Montreal publication, printed it numerous times between 1913 and 1959. The title shows some variation, with Rick Benjamin's Paragon Ragtime Orchestra recording it as a music hall song called Miss Hooligan's Christmas Cake. Digital Tradition, the database of folk songs at Mudcat Café ( org), includes the song and a thread in which contributors discuss the song. One contributor notes that in 1939, the song was performed by Leon Ponce in the album California Gold: Northern California Folk Music from the Thirties, a field recording collected in 1938-40 by Sidney Robertson Cowell as a WPA project.

    Although originally written for Piano & Voice, I created this arrangement for Viola & Concert (Pedal) Harp.

  • Simple Life - Mudcat, Joey Hoegger , and Eskil Wetterquist

    3:51

    Simple Life - Mudcat, Joey Hoegger , and Eskil Wetterquist

    Original Images: Ellen Hamby (live at Avondale Towne Cinema), Danny Dudeck : Arosio, Switzerland

    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert



    A Simple Life

    Electric living not good for woman or man
    Babylon alters towering from the sand
    Let’s reconnect – come take my hand

    We made big plans for some future feast
    But God is the boss of man and beast
    Let’s skip town let’s find our peace

    Let’s go to the country deep in the eastern wood
    Water sweet and the air tastes good
    Let’s pull the plug I really think we should

    Pull the plug from the socket, Put away our toys
    We won’t miss a thing but that lonely noise
    It takes flesh and blood to make love
    No man can destroy

    Gears are grinding - we won’t last forever
    I’m at ease whenever we are together
    I’m at my ease when we’re together
    Present in the matter of your pleasure

    We’ll be eating real fine when the corn tops ripe
    Rise in the morning sleep easy at night
    Make love in the morning sleep easy at night
    Let’s disconnect and live a simple life

    Pull the plug from the socket, Put away our toys
    We won’t miss a thing but that lonely noise
    It takes flesh and blood to make love
    No man can destroy

    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP
    credits
    from Castaway (Original cast album), released August 21, 2018

  • Sarah

    3:16

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Sarah · Mudcat · The Atlanta Horns

    While You Were Away (feat. The Atlanta Horns)

    ℗ 2015 Daniel Peter Dudeck

    Released on: 2015-11-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Mudcat, God Please Bless America

    2:37

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was written by Daniel Peter Dudeck (ASCAP.)

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat & band killing Stevie Wonders Higher Ground Part 2 Atlanta GA 1-26-18

    2:17

  • Dede Vogt Purgatory @ Eddie Owen Presents

    3:25

    Recorded live @ Red Clay Music Foundry 12/12/15







    Executive Producer: Eddie Owen
    Producer: Corey Giessen
    Audio Engineer: Shalom Aberle
    Lights & Video: Corey Giessen
    Editing: Corey Giessen
    Special thanks to

  • Cherokee Rose - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns

    3:33

    Cherokee Rose - Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns

    From the album 'Castaway: Original Cast Recording' released September of 2018

    Model: KAT

    Video of Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns live at Avondale Towne Cinema 'stolen' from the great Vincent Tseng, Curator of Atlanta music.

    Lyrics:

    Beneath the willows where the wild river flows
    Thru brambles and briars and Cherokee rose
    To the bank on the Southside and the Golden shoals
    I rendezvous with Mon Chéri where nobody knows

    I only offered her diamonds or pearls
    Naked and hungry in a wild wild world
    On the Southside and the Golden shoals
    I rendezvous with Mon Chéri where nobody knows

    In a Place where nobody goes
    In the sands where no feet know
    Beneath the willows where the wild river flows
    Thru the brambles and briars and Cherokee rose

    She cried ‘I need to fly’ and she spread her wing
    She stopped I time I heard only the birdies sing
    I felt the grind wound the string
    She pulled the wind and let the bell ring

    Mama don’t approve, Papa don’t care
    They think I’m sinning, about this love affair
    It’s so hard to bear

    Beyond the outskirts farther than the railroad track
    Over the hillside we built our humble shack
    We made our peace, we aint never coming back

    j'adore mon doux bébé
    Elle est précieuse et libre
    Mi amore, Mon Cheri, Mon esprit

    To the bank on the Southside and the Golden shoals
    I rendezvous with Mon Chéri where nobody goes

    * in memory of Charles Edward Anderson Berry; Hail Hail Rock and Roll! Please find his record 'Chuck' you will be SO glad. (love y'all)

    © 2018 D.Dudeck 30 Miles Up / ASCAP

    Recorded and mixed by Jeff Bakos @ Bakos Amp Works L5p, Atlanta, GA
    Mastered by Jason Reichert

    Horns Arranged by Joseph Burton
    Vocal arrangements by Eskil Wetterquist

    Mudcat:
    Daniel Dudeck: Guitar, Vocal
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Eskil Wetterquist: Drums, Vocal
    Jacob Holiday: Bass
    Mandi Strachotta: Vocal

    The Atlanta Horns:
    Joseph Burton: Trombone
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet

  • Mudcat, Country Life

    2:05

    Mudcat: Danny Mudcat Dudeck (guitar & vocals,) Chad Mason (keys,) Eskil Wetterquist (percussion and vocals,) and Jacob Holliday (bass and vocals,) featuring Mandi Strochata (vocals and percussion) and Joey Hoegger (harmonica;) with The Atlanta Horns: Joseph Li'l Joe Burton (trumbone,) Daryl Dunn (saxophone,) and Mico Bowles (trumpet;) and Luna Strings (Dr. Emily Laminack Wetzel (violin,) Katrina Lewis (viola,) and Daniel Holloway (cello;) recorded December 1, 2018, at Avondale Towne Cinema in Atlanta, Georgia.

    The song was is a traditional English ballad.

    Video c. Ellen Hamby (ellen's eyes.) No reproduction, republication, distribution, or commercial use without written agreement. Please don't embed the video without including this entire description.





  • Mudcat and the Atlanta Horns - Soldiers in the Army

    4:37

    Eddies Attic performance... 2-19-17

  • Tito Esposito Live at Northside Tavern- Atlanta

    2:36

    Tito plays with the great band of Mudcat, The Atlanta Horns!

  • Mudcat: When Mamas Happy

    4:34

    Preview from Oct 2013 release 'You Better Mind'



    Video footage and photo by Corbin Brown taken at the Northside Tavern

    Recorded and mixed live to analog tape at The Living Room Atlanta, GA July 21 and 22 by Rob Gal, assisted by Ed Rawls and Justin. Mastered by Jason Reichert.

    Mudcat: Guitar, Vocal
    Eskil: Drums, Harmonies, Harmony Arrangements
    Snave: Guitar, Harmonies, Harmony Arrangements
    Joe Burton: Trombone, Horn Arrangements
    Shannon Kirk: Bass, Harmonies
    Chad Mason: Piano
    Mico Bowles: Trumpet
    Daryl Dunn: Saxophone

    Lyrics:

    When mommas happy

    I used to chase women but now it aint no fun
    I love women gather them by the ton
    I quit that game now they won't run

    When I first met my wife she was still a child
    Schoolbooks and mischief, fiery eyes
    My nights were numbered nevermore wild

    (chorus)

    Be good to one woman one time is the name of this tune
    Sweet Georgia peach of mine I know she hung the moon
    Love chunky enough for a fork but I use a spoon

    Collard greens, black-eyed peas
    Pork chops piled high
    Keep it clean; Keep her pleased
    Ice box lemon pie

    When mommas happy the whole house is happy too When mommas glad you'll be smiling too
    When mommas mad because you've been bad
    You've got some work to do

    © 2013 D. Dudeck 30 Miles Up

  • People Get Ready - Aaron Nevelle and The Blind Boys Of Alabama

    3:23

    #LoveRocksNYC at the Beacon Theatre New York City 3/9/2017

  • My Rebel Episode - Back to December

    5:57

    Live at the Fillmore Southeast, Sandy Springs, GA, 11/10/12.

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