Day Three at Other Voices 8 - Morning & Afternoon
With the Other Voices recordings in full swing, day three began with Conor Villagers getting an early wake up call for his interview with Annie Mac. After a chat about life, he finished up his Other Voices experience with an acoustic performance of ‘Set The Tigers Free’ in the window of Ashes Restaurant.
Dublin indie- rockers The Brothers Movement were called to The Barber Shop, Main Street Dingle, not for a haircut, but an acoustic performance of ‘Lay Alone’, the B-side to their last single ‘Standing Still’.
Next up was the wonderful Imelda May, who recorded her session in The Blue Zone Pizza Parlour. She performed the song ‘Kentish Town Waltz’, a track that looks set to become one of the most beautiful love songs ever written. She was accompanied by double bass and acoustic guitar.
Mega bearded mega trio, Megafaun arrived at lunchtime after two brilliant shows in Cork and Dublin. They were whisked off on a guided tour around the peninsula by fabulous ‘friends of Other Voices’ Sinead Troy and Trish Laverty. The North Carolina folksters pronounced their absolute love for Dingle after seeing the breathtaking scenery around the coastline. Phil and Joe went for a beard trim, while Brad steadfastly refused to have even the tiniest of hairs touched! Their acoustic recording of ‘The Fade’ took place in The Dingle Art Gallery (formerly known as The Laundrette, if you didn’t already know…)and post session, the boys wound up in another one, this time in the legendary Foxy John’s.