October 31, 2010 w/Del Barber

Episode #364

It’s Halloween, and although (for a change) we had a full show planned with tons of spooky & scary tunes to get the ghosts & goblins ready for the big day, I played a dirty trick on myself, and it definitely wasn’t a treat, I left my iPod and the entire show at home! What happens when a totally technology-dependent radio host tries to make up a show on the spot? Now that’s scary! Luckily, Del Barber dropped by to chat about his upcoming shows, and we bestow an annual honour upon him.

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Artist – Song title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – WPG=Winnipeg artist

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Andy Maize – Lovely You – The History of Forgetting – CDN
The Deep Dark Woods – Silver Ships of Andilar – More Townes Van Zandt by the Great Unknown
Chris Mills – Tecumseh Valley – Introducing Townes Van Zandt via the Great Unknown
The Sumner Brothers – Colorado Girl – More Townes Van Zandt by the Great Unknown
Blaze Foley – You’ll Get Yours Aplenty – The Dawg Years (1975-1978)
Blaze Foley – Living in the Woods in a Tree – The Dawg Years (1975-1978)

2:30 – 3:00 pm

John Prine w/Iris DeMent – In Spite of Ourselves – In Person and on Stage
Ryan Adams – Halloweenhead – Easy Tiger
Paul MacLeod – Ghosts – Close and Play – CDN
The Wooden Sky – My Old Ghosts – If I Don’t Come Home You’ll Know I’m Gone – CDN
Sara Bareilles – Not Alone – Kaleidoscope Heart
Matthew Ryan – The End of a Ghost Story – Dear Lover (acoustic version)

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Bobby Bare Jr. – Rock and Roll Halloween – A Storm a Tree My Mother’s Head
Ray LaMontagne and the Pariah Dogs – Devil’s in the Jukebox – God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise
Kasey Chambers – Devil on your Back – Little Bird
Matt Andersen – Devil’s Bride – Live from the Phoenix Theatre – CDN
Jeremy Messersmith – A Girl, a Boy, and a Graveyard – The Reluctant Graveyard
Jeremy Messersmith – Deathbed Salesman – The Reluctant Graveyard
Jeremy Messersmith – Lazy Bones – The Reluctant Graveyard

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Sunparlour Players – Robbers Lullaby – Hymns for the Happy – CDN

Del Barber interview

Del Barber – Love Song for the Last 20 – Love Songs for the Last 20 – CDN – WPG


Comments

October 31, 2010 w/Del Barber — 1 Comment

  1. Hey Jeff,

    Man, I haven’t listened to old school Weakerthans in quite a while but that was great! It brought me back to the highschool days, listening to them, and how they were so spot on with their lyrics like you said. They made me feel good about my awkwardness haha, which was a beautiful thing. If you have tickets to the show in Saturday, I would definately love to get my hands on them and would be into making some sort of deal.

    Let me know!

    Christine

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