Uncle Seth | Both Sides, Now - a Joni Mitchell cover song

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Both Sides, Now - a Joni Mitchell cover song

by Uncle Seth

A rocked-up version of this classic Joni Mitchell song, Uncle Seth deliver "Both Sides, Now" with infectious energy.
Genre: Folk: like Joni
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From its suburban inception in 1999, Uncle Seth has never stopped performing its "exuberant and accomplished mix of pop, rock, acoustic folk, twisty grooves, tender ballads, and pretty melodies, topped off by...rousing vocals" (John Pigeau, PIC Press , Kingston).A myriad of rave reviews for Uncle Seth's 2002 debut album Lame Suburban Poetry helped further the momentum of the band. Finishing third place in the "2003 Songs Revealed Competition", Lame Suburban Poetry was also embraced by the CBC, where singles such as "If I Laugh", "Little Pieces", and "Gentle Shove of Fate" were heard across Canada. The combination of quality songwriting, inspired lyrics, adventurous instrumentation, and invigorating female vocals made this album stand out among music fans and critics alike.

This energetic four-piece band performs uniquely fun and edgy songs in the vein of such influences as Barenaked Ladies, Ani DiFranco, Blues Traveler, Dave Matthews Band, Bob Dylan, and Joni Mitchell. The band's strongest asset is its dynamic and funny live show, which never fails to infuse audiences with the desire to dance and always leaves them grinning. "[Listeners are] immediately drawn to the sweet and sultry sounds of Uncle Seth," says Mary O'Grady of TO-nite Magazine , "as well as being impressed by the humour and the lighthearted banter between [the band] and the audience."

Playing everything from festivals to bars to farm fields, Uncle Seth also has the diversity and flexibility to play acoustic sets in cafes and house concerts, morphing their performance style to satisfy any audience.

Uncle Seth's 2005 EP Forgive & Forget, Volume One captures their distinctive live energy with three live tracks in addition to three studio-produced songs. Of the new release, John Lofranco ( Maisonneuve and Vallum magazines) says, "Musically, there's all sorts of great stuff going on...treat [Uncle Seth] like you would treat the latest U2 album: play it over and over and over again." The band's latest honour is being named Dose Magazine's Artist of the Week for April 11-15, 2005.

Uncle Seth is Tara Thompson on lead vocals and sassy sounds, Jeff Jones providing the many faces of electric and acoustic guitar, Jay Moonah on bass and harmonica, and Craig Hegins providing the rhythmic foundation on drums.

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