Podcast: October 10, 2021 w/Mike Plume

Episode #909

It’s Thanksgiving weekend and we’ve got plenty to be thankful for on this episode, including new music, a couple of rounds of Too Close for Comfort, some birthday celebrations, and we hear from Mike Plume, who returns to Winnipeg for the first time in two years on October 19! Check out this week’s episode of Fly with your Shadow for more of my chat with Mike, and get your tickets to join us at The Park Theatre on October 19!

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

Jess Klein – New Thanksgiving Feast – single

Graham Parker – Almost Thanksgiving Day – Your Country
Anthony da Costa – Thanksgiving – Feet On The Dashboard

Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – High And Lonesome – Raise The Roof
Thomas Csorba – Goodbye to Goodbye – From the Jordan
The Wild Feathers – Side Street Shakedown – Alvarado
Noah Gundersen – Atlantis (feat. Phoebe Bridgers) – A Pillar of Salt

The Deep Dark Woods – Everything Reminds Me – Changing Faces – CDN
Townes Van Zandt – Kathleen – Our Mother the Mountain

Noel McKay – Flying and Falling – Blue Blue Blue
Rodney Crowell – Still Learning How to Fly – Fate’s Right Hand
Rodney Crowell – I Wish It Would Rain – The Houston Kid

Mike Plume Band – Silver Lining – Song and Dance, Man – CDN

Mike Plume interview segment:
Mike Plume Band – Ride – single – CDN
Mike Plume Band – Dimaggio – Fools for the Radio – CDN
Mike Plume Band – Shreveport to L.A. – single – CDN
Mike Plume – Perfume and Gasoline – Lonesome Stretch of Highway – CDN
Jenny Orenstein – End of the Stillness – Astroturf – CDN

Del Barber – Lucky Prairie Stars – Easy Keeper – CDN – WPG
Ray Bonneville – Oxford Town – Roll It Down – CDN
John Prine – That’s the Way the World Goes Round – Bruised Orange
John Prine – Angel from Montgomery – John Prine

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