The final episode of the Electrifying Adventures was released July 1st on CKMS and YouTube. There are even more great Canadian Bands that we would have loved to feature in the episodes and that we will continue to feature here on the radio.
The artwork for episode 5 was created by CKMS’ own Cameron Matthews. Who programs Wednesdays!
Godspeed You! Black Emperor is a band that is near and dear to our hearts. They are the one of the first bands that we featured on “The Electrifying Adventures of DJ Jeff E Jeff”, our Audio Comic that features great Canadian Bands. As such, when we saw their new album ‘Asunder, Sweet and Other Distress’ we knew we had to release it on the same day that we closed out The Electrifying Adventures – Canada Day!
Sit back and enjoy this soundscape! Then go and pick up this album! You will not be disappointed!
Jan Westcott is our guest today. Jan is with Spirits Canada www.acd.ca . www.mydrinkmychoice.ca The distillery members of Spirits Canada are major users of ontario grains. Jan brought a bunch of great tunes. I think we got through about 2/3 of them.
Just for today, please go to www.coralandrews.ca for today’s show. It is a special Canada Day presentation. I will upload it to Sound FM when I have more time. My show is filled with other content today. Thanks Coral
So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 29, 2015
1. James Gang, Turn To Stone
2. Yes, Starship Trooper (Chris Squire, RIP)
3. The Tragically Hip, Fully Completely (live)
4. Dire Straits, Your Latest Trick
5. Johnny Cash, In My Life
6. Rory Gallagher, I Could’ve Had Religion
7. Little Feat, Crack In Your Door
8. The Kinks, National Health (live)
9. Midnight Oil, Return To Sender (not the Elvis song)
10. Chicago, Poem 58
11. Peter Tosh, Mystic Man
12. Bob Dylan, Ballad Of Frankie Lee And Judas Priest
13. The Rolling Stones, Dead Flowers (Marquee Club, Live In 1971)
14. Pete Townshend, Cat’s In The Cupboard
15. Pink Floyd, Lucifer Sam
16. Blue Oyster Cult, Workshop Of The Telescopes
17. Gene Clark, Silver Raven
18. Elton John, Country Comfort (live)
19. Fleetwood Mac, Oh Well (live)
20. Led Zeppelin, What Is And What Should Never Be (live BBC sessions)
21. Rainbow, Catch The Rainbow (live)
We found out earlier this year that Paul Jago was going to be releasing some new songs. He just recently put out a few demo tapes! We aren’t sure if he is going to be taking these into the recording studio or not….but we were so stoked to hear these that we had to do a feature. Check them out above!
Okay so this is less of a review and more a video of one of our favourite performances from the festival. We just got this tech the day before the festival and untested we embarked on the electrifying adventure. Obviously we need to invest in a tripod and a windscreen but this video should get the idea across about how awesome this band is!
Their were soo many bands we had the pleasure of seeing including our shows favourite local band Pick a Piper! But the highlight of this years festival was the band Son Lux who put on an amazing performance! Check out a track here:
So Old It’s New set list for Monday, June 22, 2015 – the Deep Purple and offshoot bands, plus other stuff, show.
1. Dio, Holy Diver
2. Black Country Communion, Song Of Yesterday
3. Glenn Hughes, Lady Double Dealer (Burning Japan Live 1994)
4. Deep Purple, Lazy (In The Absence of Pink, live 1985)
5. Trapeze, Medusa
6. Rainbow, The Temple Of The King
7. California Breed, Sweet Tea
8. Whitesnake, Lay Down Stay Down
9. Whitesnake, Sweet Talker
10. Captain Beyond, Raging River Of Fear
11. Coverdale/Page, Take Me For A Little While
12. Rainbow, Stargazer
13. The Rolling Stones, Live With Me (The Marquee Club, Live In 1971)
14. Fleetwood Mac, The Ghost
15. Rod Stewart, Interludings
16. Rod Stewart, Only A Hobo
17. Goddo, The Bus Driver Blues
18. Jethro Tull, No Lullaby
19. Humble Pie, Shine On
20. Lynyrd Skynyrd, If I’m Wrong
21. Tommy Bolin, Wild Dogs (extended version, 13:50, from The Ultimate Teaser 3CD set)