Playlists: Tell the Band to Go Home – July 2005

Episode #114
Sunday, July 3, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Some kids get all excited and can’t sleep a week before Christmas. Me, I have no use for that over-commercialized holiday, it’s The Winnipeg Folk Fest that gets visions of new CDs and Whales’ Tails dancing in my head! I’ve been talking about the festival for months it seems, and in a few short days it’ll be here. So what else could we talk about on the show today but Folk Fest, Folk Fest, and more Folk Fest!

First up, a live in-studio visit from a dear friend who’s playing at Folk Fest this year, Cara “Lovely” Luft. She dropped by to chat about life after the Wailin’ Jennys and the many things that are keeping her busy and excited these days.

Then, conversations with two first-time performers that I know are going to find many new fans next weekend, Wayne “The Train” Hancock and Jesse DeNatale.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

The Handsome Family – So much wine – Live at Schuba’s Tavern
Buddy Miller – Worry too much – Universal United House of Prayer
Cara Luft – The light – demos ’05 – CDN – WPG

Cara Luft interview

Cara Luft – Down to the river – live performance – CDN – WPG

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Cara Luft – Untitled – demos ’05 – CDN – WPG
Cara Luft – There’s a train – live performance – CDN – WPG
Cara LuftNo friend of mine – live performance – CDN – WPG

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Wayne Hancock – Big city good time gal – Swing Time

Wayne Hancock interview

Wayne Hancock – Thunderstorms & neon signs – Swing Time
Jason Ringenberg – Bible and a gun – All Over Creation
Camper Van Beethoven – Sweethearts – Greatest Hits Played Faster

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Daniel Lanois – The Maker – Acadie – CDN
Jackie Greene – Honey I been thinking about you – Sweet Somewhere Bound
Jesse DeNatale – Twilight king – Shangri-La West

Jesse DeNatale interview

Jesse DeNatale – Rosie – Shangri-La West

Episode #115
Sunday, July 10, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

A mixed bag today to be certain.

First up, a long list of requests from one of our most dedicated listeners, Allison in Victoria. She sent in a list of requests that was so good, it made up the first hour of the show.

Then, a listen back to an interview that I did on Free Range Radio back in August of 2003. Winnipeg’s own Luke Doucet dropped by to talk about his many, many projects and play us some new songs. Since I’m off at the Winnipeg Folk Festival this week enjoying Luke and many others, it seemed like the perfect chat to revisit.

Then, a few things from the mail bag.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Jim Bryson – Without piano – The Occasionals – CDN
Shannon Lyon – Barcelona – Bound – CDN
Lucinda Williams – Righteously – World Without Tears
The Cash Brothers – Nebraska – Raceway – CDN
Neko Case – Guided by wire – Furnace Room Lullaby
Ox – Trans am – Dust Bowl Revival – CDN
Matt Mays & el Torpedo – On the hood – Matt Mays & el Torpedo – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Neal Casal – Fremont row – Leaving Traces: Songs 1994-2004
Tift Merritt – Plainest thing – Tambourine
Richard Buckner – Firsts – Dents and Shells
The Sadies – Story’s often told – Stories Often Told – CDN
Christine Fellows – Face down, feet first – Paper Anniversary – CDN – WPG
Wilco – Jesus, etc. – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Justin Rutledge – Lay me down sweet Jesus – No Never Alone – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Luke Doucet interview (recorded Aug. 2003)

Luke Doucet – Blazing a new trail – live performance – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Luke Doucet – You’ve gotta have a heart to have a broken one – live performance – CDN
Luke Doucet – Outlaws – Aloha Manitoba – CDN
Don Bray – Saddle song – Chosen – CDN
Bill Culp – Last hurtin’ song – Roots ‘N’ Roll – CDN
Amy Campbell – This day would come – Architecture: Live at the Opera House – CDN
Melwood Cutlery – Jimmy’s room – Campfire – CDN

Episode #116
Sunday, July 17, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Coming up this week on SBFRR:
Serena Ryder – Rust looks like wood – Live – CDN
Winnipeg Folk Festival highlights:
Willy Porter – Breathe – High Wire Live
Jesse DeNatale – Nightingale – 2005 rough mixes
Martha Wainwright – Factory – Martha Wainwright – CDN
Cracker & Leftover Salmon – Eurotrash girl – O Cracker, Where Art Thou
Jason Ringenberg – Honky tonk maniac from Mars – All Over Creation
Buddy Miller – Wide river to cross – Universal United House of Prayer

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Looking ahead to Hillside Festival next weekend!:
Eliza Gilkyson – Coast – Hard Times in Babylon
Eliza Gilkyson – Dark side of town – Land of Milk & Honey
Kelly Joe Phelps – Beggar’s oil – Sky Like a Broken Clock
Po’ Girl – Corner talk – Vagabond Lullabies – CDN
Mellissa McClelland – Blue farewell – Stranded in Suburbia – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Geoff Berner – Volcano god – We Shall Not Flag or Fail, We Shall Go On To the End – CDN
Geoff Berner & Carolyn Mark – It’s all just a matter (of where you draw the line) – Just Married: An Album of Duets – CDN
The Lowest of the Low – Subversives – Shakespeare My Butt – CDN
The Lowest of the Low – Come pick me up – Live in Buffalo, NY – CDN
In concert at WECC July 23 (Evan Dando):
The Lemonheads – Mrs. Robinson – It’s a Shame About Ray
The Lemonheads – It’s about time – The Best of the Lemonheads: The Atlantic Years

3:30pm – 4:00pm

New Music!:
Jason Collett – We all lose one another – Idols of Exile – CDN
Scott Nolan Band – Sad story/beautiful song – No Bourbon & Bad Radio – CDN – WPG
Darrell Scott – East of Gary – Theatre of the Unheard
Hayes Carll – Hey baby where you been – Little Rock
Steve Slade – Virginia – Sampler – CDN
Alana Levandoski – Red headed girl – Unsettled Down – CDN – WPG
Matthew Barber – Soft one – Sweet Nothing – CDN

Episode #117
Sunday, July 24, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

I’m off at the Hillside Festival in Guelph this week, so plenty of pre-taped goodness on the show.

Hour 1 is almost entirely devoted to trying to convince you to join me at The Regina Folk Fest next weekend. It should be a great time, and if I can’t convince you, an hour of great tunes should do.

After 3, we feature a whole bunch of great new CDs that were generously sent in by Red House Records. They’re a fine roots label and put out a lot of great things that I know you’ll love, as proven by over a half hour of music.

Then, a listen back to one of my favourite live guests, Josh Ritter, who dropped by last October for a visit. He’s in Guelph this weekend and so am I, so I figured it was a good time to revisit the interview. He came in and chatted and played a bunch of songs live. If you missed it the first time, tune in again. If you heard it before, well, it was that good that you should tune in again.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Lewis Melville – 9,999 – Truck Songs – CDN
Tannis Slimmon – What to do – Oak Lake – CDN

Regina Folk Fest preview:
AA Sound System – 40 oz to 40 days – Lily Plain… You’re Hardly Poor – CDN
Shuyler Jansen – Write your will – Hobotron – CDN
The Sadies – Loved on look – Tremendous Efforts – CDN
Danny Michel – Whale of a tale – Fibsville – CDN
Danny Michel – Toledo – In the Belly of a Whale – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Oh Susanna – Alabaster – Johnstown – CDN
Sarah Harmer – Home soon (the cherry song) – Sweetheart: Love Songs – CDN
Sarah Harmer – Lodestar – You Were Here – CDN
Christine Fellows – Phantom pains – Paper Anniversary – CDN – WPG
Nathan – Stranger – Stranger – CDN – WPG
Kris Demeanor – Practice – 2004 demo EP – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Jimmy Lafave – Revival – Blue Nightfall
Jimmy Lafave – Gotta ramble – Blue Nightfall
Guy Davis – Rolling in my sweet baby’s arms – Legacy
Bill Staines – Rompin’ rovin’ days – Journey Home
Suzzy & Maggie Roche – I don’t have you – Why the Long Face
Greg Brown – Say a little prayer – In the Hills of California
Greg Brown – Your town now – In the Hills of California

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Josh Ritter – Snow is gone – Hello Starling
Josh Ritter – Wings – live performance
Josh Ritter – Kathleen – live performance (also on Hello Starling)
Josh Ritter – What would I do without you – live performance
Josh Ritter – Bad actress – Hello Starling

Episode #118
Sunday, July 31, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

I’ve picked up TONS of new stuff on my travels as of late, and have been lucky enough to receive some great new releases from some fine labels and artists, so it’s time to go through a bunch of it and play it on the show. A lot of wonderful and diverse music stretched over 2 hours on a Sunday afternoon sounds pretty darned good to me!

The show is pretaped (again) this week, as I’m off at the Regina Folk Fest, no doubt stocking up on more music to play on upcoming shows.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Lewis Melville – Red – Noah’s Work – CDN
Lewis Melville – Berkeley kids – Not Really a Bluegrass Album – CDN
Lewis Melville – Travelling wave – Niagara – CDN
Benji – These wheels – Hillside Festival Volume 1: 1999 – CDN
The Hoofbeats – Long hard kiss – Have You Herd? – CDN
Needy fingers – He knows – The Trials of This Lonely Man – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Dave Clark – Same old bullshit – Goofus and the Kitty Eat What They Bake – CDN
Dave Clark – Go for soda – Sketchbook #2 – CDN
John Gorka – Cypress trees – Hillside Festival Volume 1: 1999
Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt – 1917 – Western Wall: The Tuscon Sessions
Guy Clark – Immigrant eyes – Old Friends
Robert Earl Keen – I’m comin’ home – Gringo Honeymoon
Chris Knight – Blame me – A Pretty Good Guy

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Richard Thompson – A solitary life – Front Parlour Ballads
Bruce Cockburn – Shipwrecked at the stable door – Big Circumstance – CDN
Bruce Cockburn – Up on the hillside – Sunwheel Dance – CDN
Bruce Cockburn – Mama just wants to barrelhouse all night long – Circles in the Stream – CDN
Blind Willie McTell – Delia – The Devil Can’t Hide from Me
Fats Waller – The spider and the fly – Happy Birthday Fats
Stacey Earle & Mark Stuart – Oh, well – S&M Communion Bread
Janine Stoll – Disappearing act – This Is Where We Bury It – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Caitlin Cary & Thad Cockrell – Two different things – Begonias
John Doe – My offering – Meet John Doe
Camper Van Beethoven – Sweethearts – Key Lime Pie
Garrison Starr – Clearer – Eighteen Over Me
Buddy Miller – When it comes to you – Midnight and Lonesome
Nickel Creek – Somebody more like you – Why Should the Fire Die?

This Week on TTBTGH

Sunday, July 3, 2005:

This is the time that I wait all year for. The Winnipeg Folk Festival is very soon upon us, and it is my favourite weekend of the year. When I first discovered the Folk Festival, it changed my life forever. I had no idea what amazing music there was out there, because I hadn’t been hearing most of it anywhere else. And that’s why I got interested in doing a radio show like TTBTGH, because other than the festival, you just don’t hear great artists like the ones we’ve got on the show today. And with all of the artists and excitement, you won’t get to know many of the festival performers as well as you’d like or as well as you should, so we’ll have a look at the lineup this week on TTBTGH and introduce you to some folks I know you’re going to love, and somehow, we’re going to help each other decide what to see at the festival. It’s not going to be easy.

First up, a dear friend who’s been on the show before, but that I haven’t seen or heard from in quite some time. I first met her when she came on UMFM with two other friends, Ruth Moody and Nicky Mehta, in 2002, to talk about two shows that they were planning together. I knew it was going to be something special, but the girls had no idea that within a couple of short years, they’d be touring the world and winning a Juno. But before then, Cara “Lovely” Luft was a solo artist with a promising future. The call of that freedom and independence was strong, so in 2004, she decided to focus on her solo career once more. SInce then, she’s been hard at work on new material, and has done some touring on her own. She’ll reconnect with many friends and fans in Winnipeg at The Folk Fest this year, but first, she’ll drop by to sing, chat, and catch up with us this Sunday.

Absolutely the best thing about the Folk Festival is getting to discover amazing new performers that you weren’t familiar with before. I like to think that I’ve got a pretty good sense of what’s going to hit and what’s going to miss at the festival, and this week, I’ve scheduled chats with a couple of the performers that I know are going to be huge hits at this year’s festival.

Whatever happened to country music? When Hank invented country music, he intended it to be something powerful, personal, and genuine. Since then, we’ve seen the sad state of country on radio and TV, but Wayne “The Train” Hancock proves that some folks are making country music as it was intended. Hancock is clearly a disciple of Hank’s tradition, and he displays it well. His brand of country/honky tonk/swing, although schooled in old-tyme tradition, is so refreshing and exciting that I just know Winnipeg Folk Fest attendees are going to eat it up. It will only take one song for you to see what I mean. Tune in this week to hear a little taste of what you’re in for when this amazing performer steps on stage at the festival.

I suspect maybe you’ve heard of a little singer/songwriter named Tom Waits? Yeah, thought so. He’s one of the most unique and influential singer/songwriters of our time, so when he talks, people tend to listen. So when he called our final guest, Jesse DeNatale “a unique and original American voice,” I knew that I had to find out more. When I first heard, DeNatale’s disc, Shangri-La West, it became an instant favourite. His voice is gritty and powerful (it owes much to Waits), his melodies are memorable and inviting, and his lyrics are vivid and powerful. Again, it won’t take long for the whole festival site to be buzzing about this guy, so get the early jump on all of those other folks by hearing his music and stories this Sunday.

We’re surely in for one of the most amazing Winnipeg Folk Festivals in a long, long time, so tune in to this week’s Tell the Band to Go Home for a preview and some help finding your way around the busy schedule.

Playlists: Tell the Band to Go Home – June 2005

Episode #110
Sunday, June 5, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Rodney Decroo – Rain rain – Blue Rooms – CDN
John Prine – Long Monday – Fair & Square
David Olney – Ace of spade blues – Migration
Robert Earl Keen – Shades of gray – Live from Austin, TX
Clem Snide – Collapse – End of Love
NQ Arbuckle – Angels and devils – The Last Supper in a Cheap Town – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Ryan Adams & the Cardinals – If I am a stranger – Cold Roses
Whiskeytown – Excuse me while I break my own heart – Faithless Street
Caitlin Cary & Ryan Adams – The battle – While You Weren’t Looking (bonus EP)
Ryan Adams – My winding wheel – Heartbreaker
Ryan Adams – Firecracker – Gold
Ryan Adams – Wonderwall – Love is Hell Pt. 1

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Kathleen Edwards – 12 Bellevue – Failer – CDN
Leeroy Stagger – Just In Case – Beautiful House – CDN
Jim Bryson – Elizabeth – The North Side Benches – CDN
Oh Susanna – Home soon (the cherry song) – Johnstown – CDN
Justin Rutledge and the Junctino Forty – Too sober to sleep – No Never Alone – CDN
Mike O’Neill – Andy – What Happens Now? – CDN
Jenny Whiteley – Soda machine – Jenny Whiteley – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – Drive in movie – The Official Bootleg Series Volume 2 – CDN
Jenny Whiteley – I never knew (that you cared) – Hopetown – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Keri Mctighe – When I ride my bike – I’m Somebody Too – CDN – WPG
Jason Ringenberg – A guitar pickin’ chicken – A Day at the Farm with Farmer Jason
Greg Macpherson – Electric machines – Somebody Needs a Timeout – CDN – WPG
Rheostatics – Loving arms – The Story of Harmelodia – CDN
Colin Hay – Beautiful world – Going Somewhere
Steve Forbert – So good to feel good again – Mission of the Crossroad Palms

Episode #111
Sunday, June 12, 2005
2:00-5:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Featuring a phone call from our official roving reporter, Mike “The Lost Dog.” This week, Dog’s off at the Fred Eaglesmith Weekend in Bellows Falls, Vermont, and he called in to tell us what a great festival we’re missing out on.
In honour of Lost Dog, his late dog Trina, Bruce, and all of the other great dogs out there, a set of great “dog” songs.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Carolyn Mark & Geoff Berner – It’s all just a matter of (where you draw the line) – Just Married: An Album of Duets – CDN
Carolyn Mark & the Silver Hearts – North country fair – Just Married: An Album of Duets – CDN

Fred Eaglesmith Weekend performers, 2005:
Willie P Bennett – Willie’s diamond Joe – Trying to Start out Clean – CDN
Mary Gauthier – Your sister cried – Mercy Now
Lynn Miles – Night drive – Love Sweet Love – CDN
The Mammals – Fall on my knees – Rock that Babe

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Chris Whitley – Phone call from Leavenworth – Living with the Law
Chris Whitley – Kick the stones – Living with the Law
Chris Whitley – Poison girl – Living with the Law
Rod Picott – Stray dogs – Stray Dogs
Rod Picott – Gun shy dog – The Girl from Arkansas

Dog Songs:
Bob Snider – Dog – Stealin’ Home – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

John Hiatt – My dog and me – Beneath this Gruff Exterior
Neil Young – Old King – Harvest Moon – CDN
Dave Teichroeb – Dog tales – Dog Tales – CDN
Johnny Cash – Dirty old egg sucking dog – At Folsome Prison
Ron Hynes – A good dog is lost – Get Back Change – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – He’s a good dog – The Official Bootleg Series Volume 2 – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith and the Flathead Noodlers – I shot your dog – Balin – CDN
Guy Clark – Queenie’s song – The Dark
Harry Manx – Tethered dogs – Wise and Otherwise – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Lost Dog interview

Mike Plume Band – Steel Belted Radio – Steel Belted Radio EP – CDN
Mike Plume Band – Another train song – Born So Long Ago 1997-2002 – CDN
Mike Plume Band – Promise me you’ll never tell – Fools for the Radio – CDN

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Scott Nolan – Clint duty – Postcards – CDN – WPG
Jon Dee Graham – Lonesome valley – The Great Battle
The Cash Brothers – Night shift guru – How Was Tomorrow?
Calexico – Crystal frontier (widescreen version) – Even My Sure Things Fall Through
The Flatlanders – Julia – Now Again
Joe Ely – Me and Billy the kid – Live at Liberty Lunch

4:30pm – 5:00pm

The Swiftys – Misty – The Swiftys – CDN
Shuyler Jansen – Write your will – Hobotron – CDN
The Weakerthans – Plea from a cat named Virtute – Reconstruction Site – CDN – WPG
Rae Spoon – John Henry (vs. the condo association) – Throw Some Dirt on Me – CDN
Tony Furtado – Running down a dream – Bare Bones
Brent Mason – Gloryland – Gloryland – CDN
Peter Verity – Black mountain – High Flyer – CDN
Tannis Slimmon – It’s quite a job – Oak Lake – CDN

Episode #112
Sunday, June 19, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Two themes: One show. Wow.

First up, a set of songs for dad. Fathers day is a great day to check out some great music, and we just happen to have a few songs written by, for, and about dads.

Next up, a celebration of the season that we were beginning to think would never come. Summer songs make you feel good. Well, they should, anyway.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Chris Neufeld – Told a joke – Colorado Low – CDN – WPG
Chris Neufeld – Reinventing Miss Exciting – Colorado Low – CDN – WPG
Leeroy Stagger – Two day one night stand – Dear Love – CDN
Leeroy Stagger – Beautiful house – Beautiful House – CDN
Tracy Grammar – Hey ho – Flower of Avalon
Jesse DeNatale – Twilight king – Shangri-La West

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Songs for Dad:
Guy Clark – The Randall knife – Together at the Bluebird Cafe
Five Chinese Brothers – My dad’s face – Singer, Songwriter, Beggarman, Thief
Jim Henry – Pals forever dad – Jacksonville
Merle Haggard – Daddy Frank (the guitar man) – 16 Biggest Hits
Johnny Cash – A boy named Sue – At San Quentin
Audrey Auld Mezera – My father – Texas
Derrick Mccandless – D.A.D. – Standing There – CDN – WPG
Chloe and Luke – So far away – I’m Somebody Too – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Songs for Summer!
Chuck Prophet – Summertime thing – No Other Love
Radiogram – Summer song summer – All the Way Home – CDN
Clem Snide – All green – Soft Spot
Bottleneck – Summer days – Late Nights, Early Mornings – CDN
Sarah Harmer – Summertime – Songs for Clem – CDN
David Francey – Far end of summer – Far End of Summer – CDN
David Francey – Torn screen door – Torn Screen Door – CDN
The Weakerthans – Everything must go! – Left and Leaving – CDN – WPG

3:30pm – 4:00pm

The Flatlanders – South wind of summer – Now Again
Spirit of the West – July – Star Trails – CDN
Robert Earl Keen – Not a drop of rain – Gravitational Forces
Guy Clark – Homegrown tomatoes – Craftsman
Reid Jamieson – Grass & dirt – The Unavoidable Truth – CDN
Paul Kelly – Roll on summer – Nothing But a Dream

Episode #113
Sunday, June 26, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

Today a long overdue visit from local singer/songwriter Chris Neufeld. He’s releasing his first CD “Colorado Low” on Wednesday, so he stopped by to chat and play us some songs off of the new CD.

We were also expecting a visit from Victoria, BC singer/songwriter Leeroy Stagger, but, well, sometimes things don’t work out as planned.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Darren Day & the Fading Hopes – Anne – This Evening Tonight – CDN – WPG
Chris Neufeld – Told a joke – Colorado Low – CDN – WPG

Chris Neufeld interview

Chris Neufeld – Waterwheel – live performance (also on Colorado Low) – CDN – WPG
Chris Neufeld – Stranger – live performance (also on Colorado Low) – CDN – WPG

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Chris Neufeld – Reinventing miss exciting – Colorado Low – CDN – WPG
Nathan – I left my station – Jimson Weed – CDN – WPG
Greg Macpherson – Wide turn – Maintenance – CDN – WPG

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Tannis Slimmon – There’s a lift – Oak Lake – CDN
Tannis Slimmon – What to do – Oak Lake – CDN
Carolyn Mark – Not a doll – The Pros and Cons of Collaboration – CDN
Carolyn Mark & NQ Arbuckle – Fireworks – Just Married: An Album of Duets – CDN
NQ Arbuckle – Punk rocker – Hanging the Battle Scarred Piñata – CDN
NQ Arbuckle – Sure friends – The Last Supper in a Cheap Town – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Hayes Carll – Rivertown – Little Rock
Hayes Carll – Wish I hadn’t stayed so long – Little Rock
Steve Forbert – Song for Katrina – What Kinda Guy? The Best of Steve Forbert
Leeroy Stagger – Hide the knives – Dear Love – CDN
Leeroy Stagger – I break hearts – Beautiful House – CDN
Leeroy Stagger – Paint a Picture – Dear Love – CDN
Leeroy Stagger – Beautiful House – Beautiful House – CDN

Playlists: Tell the Band to Go Home – May 2005

Episode #105
Sunday, May 1, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

Pre-recorded.

There’s something so powerful about the way different voices can blend into one sweet sound. And today, TTBTGH presents some of the sweetest harmonies around.

First up, a visit by my good friends, the internationally renowned, Juno award winning Wailin’ Jennys. They’ve come a long way in a short time, and I’ve been along for the ride every step of the way. I’ve had the pleasure of having the girls in a number of times, but this was the first time with the new Jenny, Annabelle. We chatted about the Juno, the past, the future, and even Disco Grover. It’s always a bit silly when the girls stop by, and this was certainly no exception, but it was also very interesting and enlightening also.

In hour 2, a look back at one of my favourite in-studio interviews of all time. Last December Michael Johnston and Reid Jamieson came in and totally wowed me. I was already a big fan of them individually, so there was no reason to expect anything to improve upon my already high opinion of them, but hearing the way their voices blended was pure magic. In my eyes, this is a combo that deserves to be recorded and heard by all, and even if they don’t make it onto CD in the near future, at least I have a recording of their great live visit where they sang and played and talked for almost a full hour, and in honour of Reid’s upcoming visit to Winnipeg, we took a listen back to this magical appearance.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Willie P Bennett – One vessel – Heartstrings – CDN
The Corn Sisters – Not a doll – The Other Women – CDN
The Ladybird Sideshow – Encanitas rainstorm – Live at the Orange Lounge – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Wailin’ Jennys interview
The Wailin’ Jennys – Swallow – 2005 demo recording – CDN – WPG
The Wailin’ Jennys – One voice – 40 Days – CDN – WPG

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Kathleen Edwards – Somewhere else – Back to Me – CDN
Voices on the Verge – Softly Moses – Live in Philadelphia

Michael Johnston & Reid Jamieson interview
Michael Johnston – My curious heart – Curious Heart – CDN – WPG
Reid Jamieson – Paperback fantasy – live performance (also on The Unavoidable Truth) – CDN
Reid Jamieson – The last day of the year – (live performance, also on The Unavoidable Truth) – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Michael Johnston – Katie – live performance (also on Curious Heart) – CDN – WPG
Michael Johnston & Reid Jamieson – Twilight – live performance
Reid Jamieson & Michael Johnston – I still miss someone – live performance – CDN
Michael Johnston – Petrazalka (Missin’ Manitoba and you) – Curious Heart – CDN
Reid Jamieson – The sum of your parts – The Unavoidable Truth – CDN

Episode #106
Sunday, May 8, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Willie P Bennett – Blackie and the rodeo king – Blackie and the Rodeo King – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – Ship – The Official Bootleg Series Volume 2 – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – Pistols & rifles – The Official Bootleg Series Volume 2 – CDN
JP Hoe – Mother – The Here in Review EP – CDN – WPG
The Happy Campers – She is just the best – Somebody Needs a Time Out – CDN – WPG
Merle Haggard – Mama tried – 16 Biggest Hits
The Pursuit of Happiness – Blowing bubbles – Where’s the Bone – CDN
Eve Goldberg – Mama’s opry – Crossing the Water – CDN
Iris Dement – Mom & dad’s waltz – My Life

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Rory McLeod – When my mum and dad made me – Mouth to Mouth
Martyn Joseph – Working mother – Being There
Jim Henry – Baby’s coming home – Jacksonville
Jeffrey Gaines – Didn’t wanna be daddy – Jeffrey Gaines
Vance Gilbert – Times two – Fugitives

3:00pm – 3:30pm

kd lang – Helpless – Hymns of the 49th Parallel – CDN
Reid Jamieson – Paperback fantasy – The Unavoidable Truth – CDN
Michael Johnston – Sunday afternoon – Curious Heart – CDN – WPG
Lynn Miles – 8 Hour drive – Love Sweet Love – CDN
Norah Jones – Wurlitzer prize (I don’t want to get over you) – Lonesome, On’ry, and Mean, A Tribute to Waylon Jennings

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Jimmy Lafave – River road – These Times We’re Living In: A Red House Anthology
Greg Brown – ‘Cept you and me babe – These Times We’re Living In: A Red House Anthology
The Wailin’ Jennys – Arlington – These Times We’re Living In: A Red House Anthology – CDN – WPG
David Francey – Fourth of July – These Times We’re Living In: A Red House Anthology – CDN
Guy Clark – The cape – Dublin Blues
Guy Clark – Stuff that works – Dublin Blues
Robert Earl Keen – The front porch song – No Kinda Dancer
Robert Earl Keen – Not a drop of rain – Live from Austin TX
Lyle Lovett – Simple song – Pontiac
Madeleine Peyroux – Give your mama one smile – Sweetheart 2005

Episode #107
Sunday, May 15, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Kris Demeanor – Down in the zone – Party All Night – CDN
Nathan Wiley – Black bones – Bottom Dollar – CDN
Nathan Wiley – Best that I can do – High Low – CDN
Jeremy Fisher – Fall for anything – Let It Shine – CDN
Romi Mayes and the Temporarily Employed – Mama ain’t no fool – The Living Room Sessions Volume 1 – CDN – WPG
Michael Johnston – The country north of Peterborough – Curious Heart – CDN – WPG

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Kris Demeanor – Extreme to me – Lark – CDN
Kris Demeanor – Chocolate and lust – 2004 demo EP – CDN
Nathan – I left my station – Jimson Weed – CDN – WPG
Nathan – Lampshade – Stranger – CDN – WPG
Eivor Palsdottir – Sweet sweet song – eivor
Eivor Palsdottir – If I needed you – eivor
Eliza Gilkyson – Coast – Hard Times in Babylon
Karen Savoca – Nowhere to go – Sunday in Nandua

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Melwood Cutlery – The ballad of the moonlight lady – Campfire – CDN
Melwood Cutlery – I wonder – Campfire – CDN
Bob Snider – I’m a cowboy now – Moose Lodge – CDN
Shannon Lyon – Barcelona – Wandered – CDN
Richmond Fontaine – Post to wire – Post to Wire
Bruce Springsteen – Devils & dust – Devils & Dust

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Garrison Starr – Somethin’s gotta change – Songs From Take-off to Landing
Jess Klein – Sink my teeth in – Strawberry Lover
Matthew Barber – Tilt-a-whirl – The Story of your Life – CDN
Danny Michel – Fireworks – In the Belly of a Whale – CDN
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion – Gervais – Exploration
Lynn Miles – Never coming back – Love Sweet Love – CDN

Episode #108
Sunday, May 22, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

That damn mother nature is so unreliable. Someone should have a talk with her.

This weekend started off miserable and rainy. Saturday was nothing but rain and cloud. I woke up Sunday and the weather looked the same. More cloud. More rain. Looked at the ever so reliable Environment Canada forecast, and it called for nothing but rain all day. Not a “chance” of rain, but “showers.”

Rather than let the rain get the best of us all, I decided to fill our lives with some glorious rainy day music. All music about the beauty of the rain. Yup.

Mother Nature heard about my plan and decided to mess with me. The sun came out. Rain stopped.

I guess if you’re going to ruin a show, it might as well be with a little sunshine. So the show became a proactive solution to future rainy days. Oh well.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Colin Linden – Might as well enjoy the rain – Southern Jumbo – CDN
Skydiggers – It’s Sunday pouring down rain – Restless – CDN
Rheostatics – Rain, rain, rain – Whale Music – CDN
Danny Michel – Elgin Avenue – In the Belly of a Whale – CDN
Darren Day and the Fading Hopes – Rainwalk – This Evening Tonight – CDN – WPG

2:30pm – 3:00pm

The Waltons – Naked rain – Liv – CDN
Sons of Daughters – Tonight we pray for rain – Sons of Daughters – CDN
Jess Klein – Cloud song – Draw Them Near
Patty Griffin – Rain – 1,000 Kisses
Neko Case – Buckets of rain – Sweetheart 2005
Jimmy Lafave – Cafe in the rain – Highway Trance
Jackie Greene – A thing called rain – Sweet Somewhere Bound

3:00pm – 3:30pm

The Jayhawks – Save it for a rainy day – Rainy Day Music
Robbie Fulks – It’s always raining somewhere – Georgia Hard
Kevin Welch – Early summer rain – Western Beat
Steve Earle & the Dukes – The rain came down – Exit 0
Townes Van Zandt – None but the rain – Legend
John Hiatt – Feels like rain – Slow Turning
David Wilcox – Common as the rain – How Did You Find Me Here
Derrick McCandless – Rain – Standing There – CDN – WPG

3:30pm – 3:40pm (had to leave a bit early)

David Francey – Come rain or come shine – Skating Rink – CDN
Chuck Prophet – After the rain – No Other Love

Episode #109 – The Mailbag Overfloweth!
Sunday, May 29, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

When I started doing this show a few years ago, it was pretty much a vanity project and nothing but. Sure, my goal was to give some exposure to some artists who were very worthy, but unable to get played anywhere else, but I never thought that it would really work. Well, as the show has grown and evolved, it seems that we’ve caught on and some folks are starting to see it as a great way to get their music out to folks who might appreciate it, and I’ve been lucky enough to have lots of wonderful artists and labels send in music to be played on the show or reviewed by this lowly second-rate music critic.

So much so, that it’s been really hard to keep up with the submissions. I’ve noticed for a while that there was a ton of stuff I’d been meaning to play or even listen to, but I just hadn’t had the time or the occasion. Well, today, the mailbag overflowith.

This was an opportunity to go through a whole bunch of stuff that’s come in over the past couple of years. Some of it I’ve played before, some of it has been on the air on several different occasions, but for the most part, all of it is under-utilized and under-exposed.

Today’s show was an attempt in some small part to do right by some of the folks who have sent in CDs. I played as much as I could. Some of it was wonderful, some weird, and some truly terrible (I’m not saying which is which). But that represents what I have to deal with when putting together the show every week. Plus, music appreciation is such a subjective thing, what I think is worthy of airplay is not necessarily the same as what all of the listeners would find to be worthy, so I tried to play a little something for everyone.

In the end, I got through a small portion of the stuff I have lying around. Someday, we’ll get through the rest. Hopefully at least we appeased the artists who made it to air this week.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

Corb Lund Band – Five dollar bill – Five Dollar Bill – CDN
Corb Lund Band – Sixteen tons – Modern Pain – CDN
Lucinda Williams – Metal firecracker – Live from Austin, TX (DVD)
David Olney – The song – Migration
Richard Thompson – 1952 Vincent black lightning – Live from Austin, TX (DVD)
The Woodpickers – What would Charlie say – Me and Ned Kelly
Bill Chambers & Audrey Auld – Tex & Buddy – Reckless Records Garage Sale 1997-2003

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Audrey Auld Mezera – Shine – Texas
Gregg Lawless – Down by the water – Something Beautiful – CDN
Bill Garrett & Sue Lothrop – St. John’s waltz – Red Shoes – CDN
Eileen Laverty – Song for Sarah – Dancing With Angels – CDN
Phyllis Wheaton – Fairbank Lake – The First Song – CDN
Maurice Mattei – Ring of smoke – Ring of Smoke
Mark Carter – Leave it all behind again – The Winnipeg Songs – CDN
Acie Cargill – I dreamed of my mother last night – Country Songs
Johnny Eden – Train, solo – Demo* – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Harold Nix – You’re no good – What a World – CDN
Johnny Dowd – Dear John letter
Jory Nash – The ballad of easy chair – Lo-fi Northern Blues – CDN
Lori Cullen – Hot dog day – Uneven Hill – CDN
Rod Picott – Circus girl – Stray Dogs
Nels Andrews – Meadowlake – Sunday Shoes
Eric Westbury – Wise man watching – Burnt Tongues & Blue Truths – CDN
Jason Wilber – Tin angels – King for a Day

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Joe West – Sometime lovers – South Dakota Hair-do
Steve Goldberger & the Fringe Locals – Clueless – Clueless – CDN
Steven Clair – Tomorrow’s another day – Under the Bed
Bill Colgate – Emperor’s new clothes – Waiting for Simon – CDN
Maria Dunn – Troublemaker – We Were Good People – CDN
Frank Meyer – Yer so purty – Dagnabit
Nathan Caswell – Einstein’s brain – Einstein’s Brain – CDN
Tom Dean – That girl is the moon – Pennies
Barry McLoughlin – Sarah – Pieces – CDN

This Week on TTBTGH

Sunday, May 1, 2005

There’s something so powerful about the way different voices can blend into one sweet sound. And today, TTBTGH presents some of the sweetest harmonies around.

First up, a visit by my good friends, the internationally renowned, Juno award winning Wailin’ Jennys. They’ve come a long way in a short time, and I’ve been along for the ride every step of the way. I’ve had the pleasure of having the girls in a number of times, but this was the first time with the new Jenny, Annabelle. We chatted about the Juno, the past, the future, and even Disco Grover. It’s always a bit silly when the girls stop by, and this was certainly no exception, but it was also very interesting and enlightening also.

In hour 2, a look back at one of my favourite in-studio interviews of all time. Last December Michael Johnston and Reid Jamieson came in and totally wowed me. I was already a big fan of them individually, so there was no reason to expect anything to improve upon my already high opinion of them, but hearing the way their voices blended was pure magic. In my eyes, this is a combo that deserves to be recorded and heard by all, and even if they don’t make it onto CD in the near future, at least I have a recording of their great live visit where they sang and played and talked for almost a full hour, and in honour of Reid’s upcoming visit to Winnipeg, we took a listen back to this magical appearance.

Playlists: Tell the Band to Go Home – April 2005

Episode #102
Sunday, April 10, 2005
2:00-4:30 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

As much as I enjoyed being part of the Juno celebrations and associated nonsense, there were so many great Canadian musicians who went unnoticed. This week, I featured a few folks who are surely award-winning in my heart.

On the folkier side, Yukoner Anne Louise Genest knows how to write a song. Her songs are touching and insightful and great. She’s fun to talk to, also, as I found out when she called us on her way to Winnipeg for a show at Dregs.

As much as I love folk, everyone knows that I’m a sucker for a great pop song, and Andy Stochansky knows how to put one of those together. He’s quickly become a rising star in Canada, and his new CD 100 is sure to raise his profile even more. He gave us a call (better late than never) to talk about the CD and his Winnipeg show.

Then, a moment of glory in my short, humble radio career. I became a music nerd in about 1991 or ’92, and it was largely thanks to a band called The Lowest of the Low. Their songs reached me at a time when I was interested in something more intelligent and interesting than I had been hearing on the radio, and they spoke to me as if they were written about my own life and feelings. Something about them grabbed me in a way that very few other artists ever have. I’ve followed them obsessively for 13 years or so, so it was an absolute thrill to welcome the band’s singers and songwriters, Ron Hawkins and Stephen Stanley live in the studio.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

NQ Arbuckle – Mixkin dancehall blues – Hanging the Battle Scarred Piñata – CDN
Michael Johnston – Three days – Curious Heart – CDN – WPG
Peter Elkas – In my den – Party of One – CDN
Joel Plaskett – Happen now – La De Da – CDN
Feist – One evening – Let It Die – CDN
Andy Stochansky – House of gold – 100 – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Andy Stochansky – Butterfly song – 100 – CDN
Andy Stochansky – Stutter – 5 Star Motel – CDN
Andy Stochansky – Shine – 100 – CDN
Bill Culp – Your Sins Will Always Find You – Roots ‘N Roll – CDN (interrupted by Andy Stochansky…)

Andy Stochansky interview

Andy Stochansky – One man symphony – 100 – CDN
The Lowest of the Low – The last recidivist – Sordid Fiction – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm
Ron Hawkins & Stephen Stanley (The Lowest of the Low) interview

The Lowest of the Low – A casual overdose – Sordid Fiction – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

The Lowest of the Low – Black Mondays – Hallucigenia – CDN
The Lowest of the Low – Salesmen cheats and liars – Shakespeare My Butt – CDN
Stephen Stanley – Which one of us – That Thin, Wild Mercury – CDN
Ron Hawkins & the Rusty Nails – Crackstatic – Crackstatic – CDN
The Lowest of the Low – Your birthday party – Sordid Fiction – CDN

Anne Louise Genest – The smoky hills – Big Dream – CDN
Anne Louise Genest interview
Geoff Berner – The south side of town – recorded live on UMFM – CDN
Anne Louise Genest – The well – Big Dream – CDN
Bill Culp – Your Sins Will Always Find You – Roots ‘N Roll – CDN
Derrick McCandless – Put it in a smile – Standing There – CDN

Episode #103
Sunday, April 17, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

The Weakerthans – Benediction – Reconstruction Site – CDN – WPG
The Traveling Wilburys – End of the line – Volume 1
The Traveling Wilburys – Tweeter and the monkey man – Volume 1
The Traveling Wilburys – Not alone any more – Volume 1
The Traveling Wilburys – Margarita – Volume 1
Little Village – Fool who knows – Little Village
Alison – Elvis Costello – My Aim Is True
Nick Lowe – Cruel to be kind – Basher: The Best of Nick Lowe

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Ry Cooder – Get Rhythm – Get Rhythm
Matt Mays & el Torpedo – On the hood – Matt Mays & el Torpedo
Kathleen Edwards – A face in the crowd – Sweetheart: Love Songs – CDN
Chris Neufeld – Someday – Songs from Kentucky Waterfall – CDN – WPG
Darren Day & the Fading Hopes – Anne – This Evening Tonight – CDN – WPG
Greg Macpherson – Windy – Balanced on a Pin – CDN – WPG
Greg Macpherson – Wide turn – Mantenance – CDN – WPG

3:00pm – 3:30pm

Greg Macpherson – Southern lights – Night Flares – CDN – WPG
Greg Macpherson – Kingston – recorded live on UMFM (also on Night Flares) – CDN – WPG
Colin Linden – Might as well enjoy the rain – Southern Jumbo – CDN
Colin Linden – Skeleton key – recorded live on UMFM (also on Big Mouth) – CDN
Colin Linden – The last thought – Big Mouth – CDN
Colin Linden – Love everyone – Raised by Wolves – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm.

David Gogo – Western coast – David Gogo – CDN
Lynn Miles – Flames of love – Love Sweet Love – CDN
Kris Delmhorst – Waiting under the waves – Songs for a Hurricane
Tres Chicas – In a while – Sweetwater
Derrick McCandless – Don’t know love – Standing There – CDN – WPG
Reid Jamieson – The unavoidable truth – The Unavoidable Truth – CDN
Reid Jamiesn – Grass & dirt – The Unavoidable Truth – CDN

Episode #104
Sunday, April 24, 2005
2:00-4:00 pm central time
CJUM 101.5 UMFM in Winnipeg, Manitoba
www.umfm.com

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

Greg Macpherson – Buy a ticket – Balanced on a Pin – CDN – WPG
Matt Mays – City of lakes – Matt Mays – CDN
Matt Mays – St. George’s lane – Radio Free For All: The Best of CKDU Live – CDN
Matt Mays & el Torpedo – The plan – Matt Mays & el Torpedo – CDN
Matt Mays & el TorpedoCocaine cowgirl – Matt Mays & el Torpedo – CDN
Blue Rodeo – Are you ready – Are You Ready? – CDN

2:30pm – 3:00pm

Blue Rodeo – Heart like mine – Outskirts – CDN
Blue Rodeo – Rebel – Outskirts – CDN
Blue Rodeo – ‘Til I am myself again – Casino – CDN
Blue Rodeo – Trust yourself – Casino – CDN
Blue Rodeo – Bad timing – 5 Days in July – CDN
Blue RodeoHasn’t hit me yet – 5 Days in July – CDN
Blue Rodeo – Can’t help wondering why – Are You Ready? – CDN

3:00pm – 3:30pm

The Handsome Family – So much wine – Live at Schuba’s Tavern
Chris Knight – The jealous kind – The Jealous Kind
Fred Eaglesmith – He’s a good dog – The Official Bootleg Series Vol. 1 Live Solo 2002 – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – Carter – Ralph’s Last Show – CDN
Fred Eaglesmith – I’m just dreamin’ – From the Paradise Motel – CDN
Wille P Bennett – The lucky ones – The Lucky Ones – CDN

3:30pm – 4:00pm

Nathan – Bad ideas – Jimson Weed – CDN – WPG
Todd Hunter – Laugh – recorded live on UMFM (also on Remember) – CDN – WPG
Scott Nolan – This time – Postcards – CDN – WPG
Reid Jamieson – Imaginary lifestyle – The Noise in My Chest – CDN
Rick Danko & Garth Hudson – Twilight – Upfront! Canadians Live from Mountain Stage – CDN
Steve Forbert – Wild as the wind – Just Like There’s Nothin’ To It

April 10, 2005 – Andy Stochansky & The Lowest of the Low interviews

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A conversation with Ron Hawkins & Stephen Stanley of legendary Toronto indie band, The Lowest of the Low. This interview was later used in the band’s “Low Roads” video, which was included as a bonus disc alongside the 20th anniversary re-issue of their influential and renowned debut album, “Shakespeare My Butt.” The video can be viewed at their website: http://www.lowestofthelow.com/?page_id=340 or below. It is split into 8 parts.

On a personal note, I’ve been hosting shows on UMFM since 2001 (I think) and I’ve had some amazing things happen to me as a result (I can’t even begin to list them all), but any time someone asks me for one highlight of my time hosting shows, this is it. To have my interview linked to my favourite album of all time, and distributed to fans all over the place is just an amazing feeling. I still can’t believe it. (sure, I do kind of wish that my name was somewhere in the package or the video, but I guess it didn’t make the cut. Oh well.)