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The following music was played on CKCU's "Now's the Time" on March 31, 2005.

Seriously at least skim through this because I linked up some great little downloads. Seriously...especially if you want to hear more Kevin Breit.


The Duo (Marco Benevento and Joe Russo)
Big Whopper
from Darts

www.organanddrums.com
www.disclogic.com

Kevin Breit and the Sister's Euclid
Tumbleweed Tea

Experience them every Monday night at the Orbit Room in Toronto, ON

www.kevinbreit.com
www.povertyplaylist.com

Here's a fantastic recording by Dave Dredge from Toronto. This is played prettyregularily at home, work and car.

10-18-04 Orbit Room, Toronto, ON

Set I

    [*]Harvest Moon [*]Two Miles of Bad Road [*]Banter [*]Orbit [*]Helpless [*]Banter [*]Tumbleweed Tea

    Set II


      [*]Congregation of 2 [*]Banter [*]Parkdale Symphony [*]Slop [*]Big Al [*]Creature Comforts [*]Treat Her Right [*]Portly Pear [*]Head Lice [*]Lowell

      Suprise Me Mr.Davis (featuring The Slip with Nathan Moore)
      Before You Were Born
      live 03-03-2004 @ The Tin Angel - Philadelphia, PA

      www.theslip.com
      pick up some The Slip @ disclogic.com

      moe.
      McBain
      Live in Ottawa, Nov. 2003

      www.moe.org
      check out some moe @ disclogic.com

      Here's the track we WANTED to play. Listen closely, for the swearing.

      Plane Crash

      Remember, we discussed nero's involvement in that show. Dave Lauzon played guitar
      in Plane Crash. I don't know if he swore though. Check them out!


      www.neroland.com
      get nero's Zedonk @ disclogic.com

      Milligan Eagles Project
      Live - Like Water (Recorded by BradM)

      www.wayneeagles.com
      www.milligan-eaglesproject.com

      Stephen Franke
      Hieronymour Borscht

      www.stephenfranke.com

      Stephen Franke (silent 'E'), will be playing Café Dekcuf on April, 16.
      He'll also be joining John Scofield at Club 77 in Hamilton on April 20.

      More Stephen Franke and Noises from the Toolshed Dates

      Burt Neilson Band
      Live - Holes

      www.burtneilson.com

      The Burt Nielson Band will be playing at the Come Together Festival on
      Sunday May, 22. They will be back in Ottawa on May. 28th at Maverick's.
      Also see the 50% quantity, but 100% quality of BNB with Mike and Jeff
      doing a SPOOKY AWESOME acoustic duo at the Café Dekcuf (guitar and keys)
      on FRIDAY May.13th....FRIIIDAY THE THIRTEEEEEEENTH!

      More Burt Neilson Band Dates

       

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Here's the track we WANTED to play. Listen closely, for the swearing.

Plane Crash

Remember, we discussed nero's involvement in that show. Dave Lauzon played guitar

in Plane Crash. I don't know if he swore though. Check them out!

Since when can't you play a track with swearing on it on CKCU? Hell, even CHEZ still plays Who Are You?

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CKCU's cool. They don't have a problem with the 'f' bomb being dropped a couple of times....it's just that it's being used a dozen or so times, gets to be a tad bit excessive.

That and the fact that BradM hoped it would be a wholesome family show, as he may have had some young impressionable listeners tuning in.

I wouldn't want my son & daughter hearing that track, at least not just yet.

P.S Happy birthday BradM. You do great work.

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Great tunes, lads! Can't believe some of the new (to me) music I'm discovering these days. It's like I'm 18 again.....and that wasn't yesterday ;)

With a corporate stranglehold on the public airwaves, I'd long since given up hope of finding anything but sh!t on the radio, but what folks like yourselves and the Rev, tonberry etc are doing through campus radio is wonderful. It's so great to hear folks who are actually passionate about what they're doing and what they're playing. I hope you guys get a chance to do it again...real soon.

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Yeah, let's hear it for campus/community radio. I can't handle commercial radio, unless the dj happens to be Chuck (of Rose Garland) on Y108, who I know to be driven by a real love for music, who has a voice that was born to do FM radio, and who's, well, funny in a way that too many people on commercial radio aren't. Otherwise, I have no time for it; I would never have heard live Dead, along with every other sort of thing I like, on the radio were it not for stations like CIUT here in TO or CKMS in KW (though the latter was overtaken by evangelicals, last thing I heard :P ).

Kudos for all you good people filling the airwaves with good tunes.

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