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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by brookdalebill, Nov 14, 2020.
after the bombs!
That’s awesome. I became a fan right before Audio of Being was released, which to this day is probably my favorite album, period. I remember writing a report on MGB in high school and I’ve introduced a number of friends to his music, too. He’s probably my favorite overall artist. I usually like at least a handful of songs from each solo album still.
Cant really say the same about OLP. I was obsessed with them for their first four albums. After that I haven’t really cared for any of their stuff save for a song or two here and there.
But still cool to see some recognition for two really important bands for me growing up.
I also liked Finger Eleven, Moneen and Marianas Trench for a couple years.
Thanks for all the great responses!
I totally forgot to add Deadmau5.
Kid Koala is really awesome too.
I’ve been jamming with their drummer Chris Taylor lately here in Ottawa.
Going way back there was
I might have missed them reading through the pages, but I don't think The Sadies have been mentioned yet.
I haven't seen Kata & Anna McGarrigle mentioned. A bit before my time, but phenomenal singers and great songwriters. Here is one song in English and another in French to celebrate our bilingualism eh.
Also! Valdy's Rock & Roll Song is a great tune. I'll be quiet now.
Lots of great responses in this thread.
About four years ago, i was working a maintenance turnaround at the CNRL oilsands plant north of Fort McMurray. I met the keyboard player (I don't think he's the one on the original 1979-81 recordings but could be wrong) there. We were sitting near each other in the lunchroom and got to talking. Coincidentally, I had the CD Best of Payolas in my truck for listening on those long drives.
Definitely one of my favorite Canadian bands.
Hey, Bill, thanks for starting it. So many bands and singers here that I never heard of. I've been clicking on the links posted here all morning and it's only 9:16 yet!!!
Attack in Black
City & Colour (aka Dallas Green)
Matt Mays & El Torpedo
"Patsy Has The Largest Breasts In Town". Lol. Excellent!
I saw Lighthouse in August of 1972 at the Goulds race track, next door to St. John's, Newfoundland.