Sunday, October 16, 2005

Thomas Denver Jonsson

Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of the Oldham family! The thrill of victory...and the agony of defeat! The human drama of the Oldham's musicianship! This is False 45th's Wide World of Oldham!

This week's episode takes us to Grums, Sweden where we find Ned Oldham performing on Thomas Denver Jonsson's upcoming album Barely Touching It (due Oct. 28th in Europe via Kite Recordings; who knows when in the US). Ned is the big brain behind The Anomoanom and occasional collaborator with his brother Will.

Ned and TDJ bang out a tune ("Silverboy") that sounds like it could have come right off of any Anomoanom release (which is a good thing). It's got that rocking twang sound that people like to compare to Neil Young. The other track from the album that Kite Recording has available is TDJ doing a duet with Nina Kinert.

Now back to more to cliff diving from Acapulco with Will and Paul.

Thomas Denver Jonsson - Silverboy
Thomas Denver Jonsson - Dreams at the Film Club

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