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Canada Day Vinyl (Part 3)

Okay, time for another record while the BBQ heats up outside and we end up plopping ourselves down again all cool n’ shit in the basement in front of the boob tube for some episodes of ‘Big Brother‘. Yup. Kelly … Continue reading

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Canada Day Vinyl (Part 2)

Yes, Part TWO. (Click HERE for Part One) Anyway, still no Canadiana. What can I say? My musical whims and interests observe no known boundaries or limitations. Like our true north, they are “strong and free”. Therefore, next on the … Continue reading

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Taper Run (10k)

The original plan was to be up and at ’em at 4:00am and get my 60 minutes of running over with in order to beat the retarded heat we’re having right now; “Hot-pocolypse”, if you will.  But at 3:59am I … Continue reading

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Canada Day Vinyl (Part 4)

(In case you’re wondering what happened to Part 3, click HERE). We’re returning now to some proper (and obscure) Canadiana for Part 4 of this afternoon/evening’s pre-Canada Day record binge, this ‘On Any Street Corner‘  by BUSKER. Yes. ALL IN … Continue reading

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Canada Day Vinyl (Part 2)

Okay, for the second part of our hasty pre-Canada Day vinyl series this afternoon I’ll return to something a little more, shall we say, “holiday appropriate”, the Dave Clark Five ‘Across Canada‘  album. There… Happy? Dave Clark formed his first … Continue reading

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Canada Day Vinyl (Part 1)

It’s hot as ass outside. [28° (feels like 39°), humidity is only 73%] That’s retarded. Nope. Not even gonna. Instead, while the girls are out having their nails done I’m chillaxing in the living room with my ‘Hitchhikers Guide to … Continue reading

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Belated Canada Day Vinyl (Part 3)

Having run the gamut of my Gordon Lightfoot albums, we’re now moving onto one of Canada’s more, shall we say, “obscure” artists, Joe Mendelson and his ‘Not Homogenized‘  album. Released in 1979, this might be one of the best little … Continue reading

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