KAMI Thompson is bemoaning the lack of sexiness in modern music.
Not in the physical sense, but in how any mystery about performers has mostly disappeared, thanks to social media.
“If you’re someone who just makes music and doesn’t really know how to work a computer, then being expected to go a bit American by self-promoting yourself on something like Twitter can be weird,” she says with a chuckle.
“Every bit of information about a musician you had to eke out in the past, which I really loved. It was so exciting to find out something about a singer, a bit sexy. I don’t think there’s anything sexy about music anymore, because everything is out there.” [ . . . ]
Critically acclaimed country/folk duo The Rails, Kami Thompson and husband James Walbourne, return with a stunning new record ‘Other People’ on the 1st September. Recorded at Room & Board Studios in Nashville this is a behind the scenes look at the band in the studio.
Bonny Portmore is an Irish traditional folk song which laments the demise of Ireland’s old oak forests, specifically the Great Oak of Portmore or the Portmore Ornament Tree, which fell in a windstorm in 1760 and was subsequently used for shipbuilding and other purposes.
The Rails is a folk rock band from London, England, composed of husband and wife James Walbourne and Kami Thompson. Kami Thompson is the daughter of British folk rock legends Richard Thompson and Linda Thompson and her brother is musician Teddy Thompson.
O bonny Portmore, you shine where you stand
And the more I think on you the more I think long
If I had you now as I had once before
All the lords in Old England would not purchase Portmore. Continue reading