'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen'

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2018/01/24 21:37:16 (permalink)

'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen'

Treading water while I get the musical gears rolling again, so here's a Nettlesmith tune from our 2016 CD (the title track in fact)
 

 

 
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    Jesse Screed
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 00:30:07 (permalink)
    especially like the backing vocals
    pairing with the early Disney (?) was cool, right on the beat.
     
    It sounded like a mandolin: am I right?
     
    Nice work, not over done, I could learn from that.
     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 08:23:39 (permalink)
    Very cool tune! Never heard of Nettlesmith but have now. I like their style. Thanks for sharing it.

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 08:53:08 (permalink)
    Jesse - thanks, yep, Tim played mandolin on this.
     
    Dean - glad you liked it, we brought out a 6 track CD a couple of years ago, still have a few copies...

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 12:11:42 (permalink)
    Always a pleasure to hear Tim sing nicely done chaps.

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 13:47:12 (permalink)
    Very nice tune.  The vocals are really powerful.
     
    Also very nice use of public domain images for the video !
     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 16:24:21 (permalink)
    Every song you guys do is a classic.
     
    I was hoping the animation was something you guys cooked up in some new fangled animation application. But I guess it was just stock footage?

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 18:13:57 (permalink)
    Good stuff James....enjoyed it then and now it's like good wine.
    Glad it was on Youtube (most of the other sites are blocked at my work ).

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 18:24:12 (permalink)
    John - thanks for re-listening
     
    Jeff - thank you, I thought Tim's vocals and lyrics were outstanding on this
     
    Walt - I'd love to do some animation, always been something I've enjoyed, but this was just a 'happy accident' bit of footage I found really. Glad you liked it
     
    Mesh - thank you sir!
     

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 18:32:30 (permalink)
    I bought the CD. Listened to it a quite a bit I did.
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 19:45:17 (permalink)
    As said every song you do is a real pleasure, love the backing vocal 'cause it doesn't do anything but enhance the main vocal. Mix for something so simple is excellent … thanksfor the repost

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 19:58:23 (permalink)
    James,
     
    Terrific song and production.   The video pairing was very entertaining.
     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/25 20:31:07 (permalink)
    Ed - that you did, thank 'ee.
     
    Steve - thanks for your support, it's much appreciated
     
    Mark - thank you kindly, I often listen to this one, it's got such a cool vibe to it.
     
    If it's of interest to anyone, Tim's lyrics were inspired by real dialogue from a documentary about the Deep South  called 'Searching For The Wrong-Eyed Jesus'. It's worth a watch if you happen to find it

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/27 13:40:28 (permalink)
    That was a very cool tune - I enjoyed the lyrics and the mandolin.  I've thought about picking up a mandolin - haven't done it yet
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/27 14:07:34 (permalink)
    Thanks Doug! Tim got the inspiration for this song about the time he picked up his first mandolin, so that was a nice bit of synchronicity.

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/28 20:59:52 (permalink)
    Wow!  Never a dull moment when you post a song.  Your voice is the star of this show which carries the lyrics to a higher plain.  All I can say is keep up the fantastic work!

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/28 21:12:12 (permalink)
    Not my voice Lynn, that's Tim Wilkinson who wrote the song. Thanks, glad you liked it

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/28 23:52:59 (permalink)
    Nice one James.  I really like the vocal and mandolin combo. Sounds great.

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/29 03:01:12 (permalink)
    How's it going James? I like the vocals including BUvox and the sparse arrangement works nicely :)
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/29 07:19:32 (permalink)
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    Nice one James.  I really like the vocal and mandolin combo. Sounds great.


     
    Thanks Bjorn!

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/29 07:20:01 (permalink)
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    How's it going James? I like the vocals including BUvox and the sparse arrangement works nicely :)


     
    Not bad thanks Matt. Glad you liked it!

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/29 11:45:35 (permalink)
    Bro you can seriously sing!!!!
     
    I dont know how I missed this but its a gem. Great work

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/29 12:17:54 (permalink)
    SiTheMon
    Bro you can seriously sing!!!!
     
    I dont know how I missed this but its a gem. Great work


     
    Thanks Si! I can't hold a note in a bucket, but Tim has a great voice.

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/30 16:07:48 (permalink)
    sounds great..
    dig all the performances,
    the mandolin is such a melancholy instrument,
    perfect choice for the backing 
     
    dig the trem on the bass, another nice choice.
     
     

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/30 16:38:19 (permalink)
    Thanks Rob!

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/31 04:53:02 (permalink)
    Great song. I like it a lot. Nice, lean, but tightly put together. Vocals are great -- perfect balance between clear and weathered. Overall song has a real forward momentum to it, but never sounds rushed or hurried, and holds interest to the end. 

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/31 09:03:22 (permalink)
    That's a very nice review Robert, thanks very much!

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/31 17:45:47 (permalink)
    Mandolin got my attention right away. I have a cheep Michael Kelly Legacy Festival F-Style.
     
    Cool song. I like the vocals and background vox.

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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/01/31 18:32:05 (permalink)
    Thanks Glenn. I have a Westfield mando, but it rarely gets a strumming.

     
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    Re: 'Cookin' In Satan's Kitchen' 2018/02/01 00:22:38 (permalink)
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    Thanks Glenn. I have a Westfield mando, but it rarely gets a strumming.




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