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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by brookdalebill, Nov 14, 2020.
Molly Johnson is a Canadian treasure for sure.
You wanna hear some real reverb.
Listen to Paul Horn,Canadian flautist perform in the Taj Mahal.
Sue Foley : "Off the Hook"
Keep em’ coming!
I saw Sue around 2005 at the Edmonton (Alberta) Labatt Blues Festival. She was a seasoned pro even back then and I'm glad I got to see her.
Tell me you don't feel better after listening to this tune by another of our national treasures.
The video is unavailable, perhaps just here.
Who is it?
The song is Hina Na Ho
The fabulous Stephen McBean - Jerk with a bomb, Pink Mountaintops, Black Mountain
note the squier!
Okay, I'll go there dangitt.
First Gen in USandA, my parents emigrated from Montreal in '62, i came along in '71, know that these songs are some of my first memories.
Has anyone mentioned Honeymoon Suite??
some local faves
you can't walk down the street here without tripping over a fiddle player.
A dozen, huh?
The Rolling Stones
The Grateful Dead
The Guess Who
I’ll soon know whether or not anyone actually reads the replies of others in threads like this, or if they just post their own list and ignore other replies.
Neil Young. I honestly don't think I'm into too many other Canadian musicians. If I thought about it I could probably come up with one or two I like but I'm not a Rush fan and off the top of my head Neil Young and Rush are about all I've got.
I love Neil Young though, the length and diversity of his career is amazing.