Playlist: Episode #856, Sept. 27, 2020

We gave up the second hour of the broadcast on UMFM to make room for an important broadcast called We Are All Treaty People, so the full two-hour episode of Tell the Band to Go Home can only be found on the podcast.

On the show today we’ve got some more great new music, even if we haven’t actually heard some of it yet, some overdue requests, and we check in with some artists that I used to really love but for one reason or another haven’t connected with as much over the years.

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

Lydia Loveless – September – Daughter
Thomas Csorba – Crooked Kind of Free – Thomas Csorba
Jamestown Revival – Loneliness – A Field Guide to Loneliness
Pokey LaFarge – Banks Of The Ohio – The Devil All the Time

Bear’s Den & Paul Frith – When You Break – Fragments
Bedouine, Waxahatchee, & Hurray For The Riff Raff – Thirteen – single
Native Harrow – Carry On – Closeness

Elliott BROOD – Bird Dog – Keeper – CDN
Band of Horses – Marry Song – Cease to Begin
Bon Iver – Flume – For Emma, Forever Ago
Iron & Wine – Sunset Soon Forgotten – Our Endless Numbered Days
Blitzen Trapper – Furr – Furr
The Tallest Man On Earth – Love Is All – The Wild Hunt

Serena Ryder – Sweeping the Ashes – is it o.k – CDN
Neko Case – Look For Me (I’ll Be Around) – Blacklisted
Jill Barber – In Perfect Time – A Note to Follow So – CDN
Feist – Mushaboom – Let It Die – CDN

Crash Test Dummies – The Ghosts That Haunt Me – The Ghosts That Haunt Me – CDN – WPG
The Deep Dark Woods – All the Money I Had Is Gone – Winter Hours – CDN
Corb Lund Band – No Roads Here – Five Dollar Bill – CDN
Ron Sexsmith – Wishing Wells – Retriever – CDN
The New Pornographers – Mass Romantic – Mass Romantic – CDN

Hayes Carll – Hey Baby Where You Been – Little Rock
John Hiatt – Real Fine Love – Stolen Moments
Shawn Colvin – Get Out of this House – A Few Small Repairs

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