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||Chilliwack, BC, Canada
||Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada
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|The Beatles - Hey Bulldog|
(Feb 11, 2013 - 15:52)
|Oddly...I had never heard that song before! Like it! Thanks for another discovery RP|
|Taj Mahal - Queen Bee|
(Sep 12, 2010 - 16:10)
|Just saw Taj a moth ago at Burnaby Blues+Roots Fest (Burnaby, BC, Canada); he was in great form and did this song too. Thanks for taking me back to that night!|
|Leonard Cohen - I'm Your Man|
(Apr 18, 2010 - 13:28)
|Ok, so a minority opinion here but I've never been a Cohen fan, or at least of his 'singing'. |
I'd much rather hear other singers interpret his songs. He's better as a poet. (jmho).
|Cat Stevens - Sad Lisa|
(Apr 17, 2010 - 17:44)
|What a flashback. Tea for the Tillerman — Still one of my favourite albums of the last 40 years....|
|The Pogues - Tuesday Morning|
(Aug 17, 2009 - 10:28)
|Even though it's Monday morning—or maybe especially cause it's Monday morning here — thanks for this play, as the song is one of my all time favourites . A great boost for the day!|
|Waterboys - Fisherman's Blues|
(Mar 27, 2007 - 21:49)
Good stuff--but new to me (where have I been?!) Before I checked the playlist, I thought it was Steve Forbert. Hey...how about playing some Steve F?
|The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again|
(Dec 30, 2006 - 18:19)
|and I don't care if the CSI franchise has co-opted Who songs (for generous royalties one assumes) - I still love this song...especially hearing the whole thing versus a 25 sec snippet.
It rocks forever. Godlike, indeed
|The Pogues - Tuesday Morning|
(Dec 30, 2006 - 15:20)
|My all time fav by the Pogues - always makes me get up and dance. They used this in a movie 'Blown Away' as I recall.|
|Al Stewart - Nostradamus|
(Feb 08, 2004 - 17:36)
Oh man, THAT is a flashback - I recall playing this over and over--I think trying to learn the words--when I first bought the record in the 70's, and saw Al live. It's ok now once ina long while....
Hmm...whatever happened to Al Stewart (post Year of Cat)?
|Elvis Costello - Peace, Love and Understanding|
(Jul 24, 2003 - 18:23)
|Vintage Elvis... he sure has taken us on a musical voyage since then. And now listen to his newest, "North" !
Always appreciate artists blazing new paths even if I don't always appreciate the sounds...at first.
|Harry Manx - Crazy Love|
(Jul 24, 2003 - 16:54)
|Love this edition of Crazy Love (sorry you Van purists.) Great blues singer/player from Saltspring Island on Canada's West Coast!
|The Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony|
(Jul 08, 2003 - 11:19)
|one of my all time favs, love that opening. Everytime it comes on, the volume goes WAY up!
thanks for the replay
|Weakerthans - Left And Leaving|
(Jul 04, 2003 - 14:32)
|What an intriguing delivery! Despite a low key approach,it sure catches your attention. Nice add to the mix. |
|Robyn Hitchcock - Mexican God|
(Apr 15, 2003 - 11:23)
|Yikes, listening to some of these lyrics without first noting the title causes some alarm! Unusual subject matter, but liked it.|
|Harry Manx - Brick And Stone|
(Feb 02, 2003 - 18:11)
|Love Harry Manx's sound; he fuses acoustic blues with Indian sitar and other world sounds. Love to hear more cuts of his CDs.