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Be Good Tanyas – Littlest Birds


The Be Good Tanyas trio of lovely ladies combined a mixture of traditional, bluegrass, country and sometimes straight rock and roll to create the album Blue Horse, which is one of my favourite CD’s of all time. It’s impossible to listen to this collection of songs without becoming infected with a case of toe-tapping euphoria […]



Northey Valenzuela – Not A Lot Going On (Corner Gas Theme Full Extended Version)


Corner Gas was a great Canadian comedy (“sitcom”) that ended recently and the theme song was as recognized by everyone as cool as the show itself. Performed by Craig Northey and Jesse Valenzuela previously of the band Odds, the version here is the full extended song rather than the 30 second intro to the TV […]



Robbie Robertson – Somewhere Down The Crazy River


Ok, so everyone knows that Robbie Robertson was in The Band back in the 1960’s and 70’s, but he also began a stellar solo career in the 80’s, that started with a self titled CD with this song on it. The video for Somewhere Down The Crazy River was directed by Martin Scorsese (who also […]



Matthew Good Band – Hello Time Bomb Music Video


The Matthew Good Band emerged from the “geek rock” ashes of the early to mid 90’s, made popular mostly by Weezer, and became one of the biggest bands in Canada at the time. They eventually fell apart when the leader, Matt Good, went on to pursue a solo career after their last album, The Audio […]



The Pursuit Of Happiness – Hard To Laugh


This is the music video for The Pursuit Of Happiness “Hard To Laugh”. It’s got the rocking late 80’s vibe going on and TPOH in their prime with singer Moe Berg lamenting about his chick gone bad. Classic Canadian rock!! “…but you’ve got to laugh to prevent yourself from cryin’…” Ain’t it the truth though??



Crash Test Dummies – Superman's Song


The Crash Test Dummies Superman’s Song is a mournful tale about the death of the superhero and his funeral attended by a group of aging superheroes long past their prime. It won a MuchMusic video of the year award in 1991. It was also the band’s first hit single of the cd “The Ghosts That […]



Cowboy Junkies – Sun Comes Up It’s Tuesday Morning


The Cowboy Junkies are easily one of the most unpretentious bands in modern music. The sincerity in the voice of singer Margo Timmins and songwriting from her brother Michael is heartfelt. They’re here to tell a musical story and we are the captive audience. In the Cowboy Junkies “Sun Comes Up, It’s Tuesday Morning” we […]



Sarah Harmer Basement Apartment


I’ve always liked Sarah Harmer’s sweet vocal abilities, ever since I first heard her when she was in the band Weeping Tile. While that band sounded more raw and rock oriented than Sarah’s folk and country influenced solo albums, anything with her singing in it is still worth listening to on a perfect day. The […]



Blue Rodeo 5 Days In May


Blue Rodeo “5 Days In May” is from their Five Days In July CD, which had several laid back radio friendly singles. But, then again, that could describe pretty much ANY of their releases. These guys have had a string of successful hit songs and albums over their 20+ year career and are easily one […]



Skydiggers What Do You See


This is the music video for the Skydiggers “What Do You See?” single off their Road Radio album. It’s one of those catchy 90’s Canadian rock tunes that you can blast from your car with the top down, cruising down a long, country highway with reckless abandon. Crank it!! The song features the vocal talents […]



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