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Why didn’t this band become more of "a thing" beyond the GTA? They were talented and fun AF yet this amazing album got stuck in the murky middle between major labels and independence. The episode also labels Bran Van 3000 as a “connective tissue” outfit, talks quite a bit about both Change of Heart and Little Feat plus features a random discussion about Dusty Springfield. In the sphere of "one-and-done" artists, few approach the mastery and mystique of Toronto's Mary Margaret O'Hara.Her sole studio full-length, 1988's Miss America, is the subject of this episode as Cam and Sammy dissect this enigmatic classic.If you see this page, the nginx web server is successfully installed and working. For online documentation and support please refer to Boniface Hospital Research Centre, Sam Cohen Auditorium, 351 Tache Ave., Winnipeg - "Myths in Emergency Medicine - The Sequel" Dr.They talk about late 1980s Can Con (again), why artists like MMO are far rarer in the digital age and the career arch of the Cowboy Junkies. Cam and Sammy are total Art critics for this episode as they (mentally) visit BC for a chat about Art Bergmann and his 1988's solo debut Crawl with Me.The episode ends in a super namedrop-y fashion with mentions of This Mortal Coil, Tim Buckley and the Cocteau Twins. We love this album and we love both Art and art so brace yourself for lots of gushing.(explore.org) Its creators — Montana-based Polar Bears International and Explore.org, a project of the Annenberg Foundation — included a "snapshot" feature that allows viewers to take still shots of the feed.
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We discuss the merits of John Cale (as a producer), debunk suggestions that Bergmann is Canada's answer to Keith Richards (he is Canada's answer to Paul Westerberg, obviously) and we ponder long and hard why Bergmann isn't often in the conversation with Neil, Leonard and Joni RE: Canadian songwriting royalty We wrap things with a bonus chat about Joy Division and New Order as we try to figure out if Peter Hook is really that bad of a dude.
This episode also contains a random Cecil Seaskull mention.
Season Two wraps with a chat about iconic Canadian classic rock heroes the Tragically Hip and their 1989 debut full-length Up to Here. The fellas go back to late, late 20th century Toronto for this episode as they talk up the Bourbon Tabernacle Choir and their stellar 1992 full-length Superior Cackling Hen.
The episode wraps with a quick chat about Gorillaz, the varied brilliance of Damon Albarn and finally, Canadian cartoon rockers Prozzäk.
M., the Black Crowes, Pearl Jam and the Dave Matthews Band. We also discuss how music and media worlds collided in a sad but fairly touching way during the Tragically Hip's victory lap in the summer of 2016.