Episode #415 Sunday, October 30, 2011

All the cool kids are releasing new albums on vinyl these days, and the coolest of the cool put out limited edition coloured vinyl versions, so that nerds like me can bring a bunch of them down to play on the radio, like I did today. We also listened to a few tracks featuring producer/player Sam Kassirer, who heads to Winnipeg this week to make a new record. We heard some folky songs, some rockin’ tunes, some dedications, and some songs inspired by the Neighbor’s Dog.

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

2:00pm – 2:30pm

The Band – When I Paint My Masterpiece – A Musical History – CDN
Elliott BROOD – Hold You – Days Into Years – CDN
Deer Tick – Main Street – Divine Providence
The Damnwells – 55 Pictures – One Last Century
Jim Bryson & The Weakerthans – Wild Folk – The Falcon Lake Incident – CDN
Ox – 747 – American Lo-Fi – CDN

2:30 – 3:00 pm

Josh Ritter – Change of Time – So Runs the World Away
Kris Delmhorst – To the Wire – Shotgun Singer
Mark Erelli – Once – Delivered
Langhorne Slim – I Love You, but Goodbye – Be Set Free
Josh Ritter – Open Doors – The Historical Conquests of
Dawes – If I Wanted Someone – Nothing Is Wrong
Matthew Ryan – Hey Kid – I Recall Standing as though Nothing Could Fall

3:00 – 3:30 pm

Chuck Prophet – Castro Halloween – Temple Beautiful
The Damnwells – The Monster – No One Listens to the Band Anymore
Oh My Darling – Fly Around – Sweet Nostalgia – CDN – WPG
The Once – You’re My Best Friend – Row Upon Row of the People They Know – CDN
Murray McLauchlan – My Wildest Dreams – Human Writes – CDN
Michael Jerome Browne – One More Empty Bottle – The Road Is Dark – CDN

3:30 – 4:00 pm

Ron Hawkins – D.F.W. – 10 Kinds of Lonely – CDN
Spirit of the West – Political – Labour Day – CDN
Del Barber – Miles and Years – Love Songs for the Last 20 – CDN – WPG
Ryan Adams – La Cienega Just Smiled – Gold
The Warped 45s – Talk About Evil – Matador Sunset – CDN

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