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398: February 2nd, 2015

Song: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
Artist: Gordon Lightfoot

If you happen to be joining us for the first time just now I’ve been spending some time looking at Canadian music – I began by looking at some great contemporary groups and now I’m looking into the past and sharing some great songs with you. Today: Gordon Lightfoot.


Heroes Flawed and Fake

Dear Canada,

She stands alone in her Grand Prė garden. With a look of sad longing, Evangeline gazes over her shoulder toward heaven. She has her back to the church, the Church that turned its back on her. 1,204 more words


Love Letter to a Nation - Winter

Dear Canada,

Summer is easy. What’s not to love about you in summer? Character, however, is only built and revealed in adversity. So anyone wanting to know you, anyone wanting to know us, has to know winter. 1,206 more words


Spotlight on: Special Stage Audio - Space Age Cakes

“We’re just looking into the crevices for interesting discoveries”, says Erra (Luke), one of the co-creators of Special Stage Audio, and it’s an approach that’s lead to the Nottingham based label finding genuine instrumental gems from places ranging from Sydney to London. 574 more words

Grime Instrumental


We’re going back! Adult field trip time! Vegas!

The year was 2008. Spring Break. Vegas virgins. We were ready; or so we thought. We booked the cheapest flights we could. 1,364 more words

Cup of Tea and For Sale Signs

i left a job once
north of
not Steele.

all day ‘Too Much To Lose’

played on the stereo
the arena
into the paddocks… 77 more words


Thinkn' how Lightfoot could sing some hippy dippy trippy songs ......


just give me the toes


just highlight the leg


sing-reading a line of sensitivity
still coming off as a

butterfly… 28 more words