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Dave Graney and Clare Moore have been doing Thursday night (8pm AEST) sets live online from their studio The next show is Thursday October 22nd. A small fee to watch. It happens live, no facility for watching back.
There will also be a show for our Northern hemisphere comrades Saturday night 10pm Oct 24th GREENWICH TIME (Sunday morning 7am October 25th Melbourne time)
"Last night Sandra and I took the opportunity to watch Dave Graney and Clare Moore's streaming set, carried by StageIt. If you want to watch two of Australia's great popular performers in the intimacy of their home studio you really should take the time to check these Thursday night sessions out.
Dave and Clare Moore wander through their astonishing back catalogue with a surprising array of instruments including autoharp, iPad emulating a mellotron, and vibes. This diverse musical arrangement allows for a wide range of material to be tackled, including some unusual covers. Notable in last night's set was an autoharp driven cover of a John Fogerty number and an ALP favoured 60s R&B cover.
Another feature of this unusual pool of equipment is that there is an opportunity to revisit and rework old songs. The Stars, Baby, The Stars, a particular favourite of mine, was transformed from the incandescent rage and jealousy of the original form to a smoother, wistful, almost loungecore creature, languid and poised.
Buy tickets to the next session - you will not regret it."Mark Fraser
Dave Graney and Clare Moore have been doing sets live online from their studio The next show is Sunday August 16th 7am in Melbourne which is also 10pm Saturday August 15th in the Northern hemisphere. .A small fee to watch. It happens live, no facility for watching back.
Album #1 for 2019 ZIPPA DEEDOO WHAT IS/WAS THAT/THIS? by Dave Graney and the mistLY
"the Serge Gainsbourg/Lee Hazelwood/Jim Morrison/Scott Walker/Skip Spence/Ern Malley/Lenny Bruce of Australian music.
"Just a quick note to say how much I’m loving the new album. Front-loaded with hits, and then a series of great band workouts. Superb.
"Dave Graney gave me his new album Zippa Dee Doo whatis-was that-this. I saw the Mistly perform 'ultra keef' at one of the those marvellous Croxton Sunday arvo gigs. Fell in love with it and asked him if I could record it. Ending up recording a bit on the album, Dave mixed it. So many great f words on this track, very cathartic. A story about keef, everytime I've seen him play it the lyrics are different, genious".
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I can’t forget the bill that hot night at the Palace in St. Kilda many years ago…The show opened with a guy called Dave Graney, the song and dance man, the loveable rogue, ‘the love rustler’ with his Coral Snakes, and the serene Clare Moore keeping everything together in the back. Then the Cruel Sea shambled onstage with Tex Perkins, tearing a hole in the night, a bellowing, rancid Lizard King in a ripped Jaws t-shirt. Finally, the Bad Seeds, with Cave mounting the fold-back, capes flowing in an impossible wind, like some perverse southern gothic evangelist, braying to the raptured who were already certain to be damned, and didn’t care. The Palace heaved that night with sweat and obscenity. And we were right there, in Melbourne, at the molten core of the rock world, drinking in the magma. Not even a thousand beers as we poured out of there, and drifted over the tram tracks to the Esplanade, could calm us down and quell the charge. But it was the unstoppable Graney, in his natty jumpsuit, with his wit, and his ways, dipping into the slow chords of ‘Night of the Wolverine’, that we knew we’d found a poet, whose lines were etched like the statue of Carlo Catarni outside and had announced himself, that night, there and then, as a put-down-your-glassss superstar. xo
#davegraney #nightofthewolverine #recollections #thepalace #stkilda #melbournerocknroll #thecruelsea #nickcaveandthebadseeds #coiledspringsstudio“
"You can dip in almost anywhere into the vast Graney catalogue and find something deeper and more satisfying than the pop fizz of the day. But if you are starting out, this album and attending a Graney gig on an extensive Australian tour in the next few months is an excellent place to begin".
"This is your Guernica, your Imagine, your XYGTHO Phase 3, your Raging Bull. Everything you have created before has culminated in this true masterpiece of recorded music. Life, Death, Pathos, Humour, Groove and above all Aplomb = Zippa Dee Do what is-was that-this? Congratulations to you, Clare and the mistLY and thank you for an album that will be on regular rotation in my shack for the remainder of my days".
"Dave Graney and the mistLY new album “Zippa Dee Doo What Is-Was That-This?” - guaranteed deep grooves, dangerous themes and hip-heating hot Rock action.
"This is described as a “rock and roll” album and in that it reflects music from the late 60s/early 70s (pre-punk if you will) that is a reasonable description but i’d say it goes beyond that basic description as there are modern elements, nods to jazz, the use of current technique, and of course the unique Graney/Moore stylings all present. It adds to and enhances a formidable body of work.
“Graney has always been a raconteur – with equal doses of smooth, smug and wit. They say rock ‘n’ roll is a musical genre on the decline – but with this unusually titled album Graney has raised the rock ‘n’ roll flag and wears his love for the genre on his sleeve, meshed with some blues and psychedelia.
”...brilliant show. Best band in this country by miles. Graney and Co. are totally unique. Whatever line-up, always amazing. And FUN!”.