Q:Hola! Una pregunta... o creo que serán dos. En fin, has versionado Ojalá de Silvio? O Oleo de una mujer con sombrero? (Porque me encantaría escucharlas. ja. ) Gracias y Lindo día
Hola, hola. Pues sí, las he grabado así casualmente pero nunca lo suficientemente en serio como para publicarlas. Eventualmente lo hare. Quiero darle a esas obras el respeto que se merecen. Por ahora me estoy concentrando en lo mío. Saludos y un abrazo fuerte.
Q:do you watch the news? or television at all, if yeah, what do you watch?
I follow the news. I don’t watch cable news, if that’s what you’re asking.
I do watch some shows sometimes. I finished watching the first season of this show called Tyrant. I really liked it. Hope it gets picked up for a second season. I was into Lost. I was severely obsessed with Breaking Bad, like most people were. And I love Boardwalk Empire. Wait, the final season starts tonight. Thanks for reminding me!
Q:Amo quando você canta músicas brasileiras!
Obrigado! Em breve vou postar mais algumas.
Q:I just moved away from my family (to another continent) for the first time, and your music has kept me going when it gets lonely. Thank you!
This is too sweet. Thank you. I live far away from my family, too. It sucks. Sending you a big hug.
Imma just leave this here, ‘cause this is just too damn good and smooth to leave anywhere else…
Q:If one day you come to Paris, let me know. I would love to discuss, play music with you or just hear you (for hours, it's better) ! Bisou from France.
Absolutely. I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s a dream of mine to go to Paris.
Q:Hi Randy, i like your songs, can i draw you man?
Of course. Draw me like one of your French girls.
I haven’t uploaded anything to SoundCloud in over a month. So here’s something I recorded at my buddy Q.Ledbetter's place a couple of years ago.
"Green, Green Rocky Road" was written by Len Chandler and Robert Kaufman. It’s been recorded by a bunch of different artists, most notably Dave Van Ronk. My favorite version is the one from Karen Dalton's posthumously released album, 1966.
Source: SoundCloud / Randy Haddock
Alma Flamenca: Making Flamenco Guitars
A film by Deep Green Sea.
Nickel Creek: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert
Sunset in Prospect Park.
I made a silly video of me singing the “Saved by the Bell” theme song years ago. Frankly, I’m kind of embarrassed by it. I once came really close to taking it down. But, whatever, it’s out there and with this new movie about the show coming out, that video is getting some attention again. Aaaaaagh!
I have to say, it is pretty cool to see my name on the MTV website. Did I step back into the 1990s? Sweet.
And here’s Rodrigo Amarante playing two marvelous songs, “Irene” and “The Ribbon,” while walking around Paris. He even throws in a Dylan impersonation in between songs for good measure.
It’s so simple to be wise. Just think of something stupid to say and then don’t say it.