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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by brookdalebill, Nov 14, 2020.
A jazz guitar giant.....one of the best ever!
Slaves on Dope
Stompin Tom Conners
You are correct sir! I stand corrected.
New Pornographers/AC Slater
Arcade Fire (1st record )
Broken Social Scene
Nick Johnston is an inspirational guitarist. Really good stuff.
A Baker’s Dozen:
The Guess Who,
Ian and Sylvia Tyson,
Downchild Blues Band
I saw Rush in concert at the Philadelphia Spectrum in the mid-‘80s, when SCTV’s Count Floyd introduced them via videotape as a berrrrrrry scarrrrrrry band, boys and girls...
I’ve liked a lot of Joni Mitchell’s songs over the years.
This probably isn’t going to sound very cool, but in 1994, I played the daylights of Sarah McLachlan‘s Fumbling Towards Ecstasy CD. It was the first album I had heard in ages that had some of the production effects, atmosphere, and colors of Peter Gabriel’s III album and Security.
But the definitive moment in Canadian rock was of course, Robin Scherbatsky’s “Let’s Go to the Mall:”
That's too funny.
All these years and I never noticed that.
He actually went on to play with one of Canadas dirty dozen.
Rompin Ronnie Hawkins.
Of course Oscar Peterson and Ed Bickert, but not mentioned yet...
Almost forgot Paul James. He’s popular around here anyway. I got to meet him a few years back when The Chelsea Hotel in downtown Toronto had live music every night. He still has a show at The Phoenix every year, and the jazz festivals.
For those who like to boogie.
the Shuffle Demons
The Pursuit of Happiness
We can't leave out Nash The Slash and FM
art in america
ok ill say it once
As always, I take any opportunity to post this
An old friend of mine, Rick Hayton played drums with Thor.
I got nothin’ that remotely compares with that.
The best I got was band-leading a backup band for Wanda Jackson.
McKenna Mendelson Mainline (later just Mainline)!!!
I wore out my vinyl of 'Stink' and can't erase this album cover image for '... Home & Native Land' from memory: