Podcast: March 14, 2021

Episode #880

Well, it’s beginning to look a lot like Spring, and I couldn’t be more thrilled! A bunch of timely songs in honour of the season is definitely warranted, plus some new music, German requests, and a bit of St. Patrick’s Day music (with or without a Celtic edge to it), even if I don’t know when the actual day is. Oh well, the music is great nonetheless!

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Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist

Josh Ritter – Snow Is Gone – Hello Starling
Allison Russell – everything i wanted – single
Lucy Dacus – Thumbs – single
Mo Kenney – Slow Death – Covers – CDN
Serena Ryder – All For Love – is it o.k – CDN
LP – Someday (Live) – Into The Wild – Live At EastWest Studios

Fruit Bats – The Pet Parade – The Pet Parade
Cordovas – Afraid No More – Destiny Hotel
The Dead Tongues – Road to Heaven – live recording

Uncle Tupelo – Moonshiner – March 16-20, 1992
Uncle Tupelo – The Walton’s (Theme) (1991 Longview Farm Acoustic Demo) – March 16-20, 1992
Waltons – Colder Than You – Lik My Trakter – CDN

Sean Burns and Lost Country – Daylight Savings (w/Skinny Dyck) – Boots & Saddle and CKUW 95.9 fm Present A Night of Country Music – CDN – WPG
The Damnwells – Daylight Savings – demo
Anthony da Costa – Spring – Spring EP
Tom Waits – You Can Never Hold Back Spring – Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards

Ian Tyson – Springtime – Cowboyography – CDN
Ian Tyson – Spring Time In Alberta – And Stood There Amazed – CDN
Porkbelly Futures – Alberta Springtime – Porkbelly Futures – CDN
Jess Klein – Springtime – Draw Them Near
Shannon Whitworth – Spring Is Here – Waterbound
Jolie Holland – Springtime Can Kill You – Springtime Can Kill You
Spring Breakup – I Never – It’s Not You, It’s Me – CDN
Greg Brown – Spring Wind – Dream Café

John Blek & the Rats – Hand on My Heart – Leave Your Love at the Door
Anna Mitchell – Let’s Run Away – Down to the Bone
Oh Susanna – St. Patrick’s Day – Sleepy Little Sailor – CDN
Irish Mythen – Four Walls – Irish Mythen – CDN


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