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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 19, 2020

1. Chicago, Listen
2. Dr. John, I Wanna Rock (live)
3. Bad Company, Shooting Star
4. Harry Chapin, A Better Place To Be
5. Bonnie Raitt w/John Prine, Angel From Montgomery (live)
6. Murray McLauchlan, Sixteen Lanes of Highway
7. The Rolling Stones, Jigsaw Puzzle
8. Slim Harpo, Shake Your Hips
9. Tiny Bradshaw, The Train Kept A-Rollin’
10. AC/DC, Nervous Shakedown
11. Fleetwood Mac, Station Man
12. Foghat, I Just Want To Make Love To You
13. The Temptations, Ball Of Confusion (That’s What The World Is Today)
14. Buddy Guy, Ten Years Ago
15. Robin Trower, Alethea (live)
16. The Firm, Radioactive
17. The Allman Brothers Band, Whipping Post
18. Neil Young & Crazy Horse, Blue Eden
19. Fairport Convention, Who Knows Where The Time Goes
20. Eric Burdon and The Animals, Inside Looking Out
21. The Kinks, Alcohol
22. Joe Jackson, Throw It Away
23. Santana, Every Step Of The Way (live, from Lotus)

CKMS Community Connections for 19 October 2020 with Jeremy Gignoux

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Show Notes

Jeremy Gignoux playing the fiddle
Jeremy Gignoux

The interview starts at 4m01s.

Online:

Upcoming Events

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-10-19-episode064.mp3 (56.7 MB, 59m00s, episode 064)

Podcast Index

Podcast Index in progress, stay tuned!

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
00m26s Extension Chord Jeremy Gignoux Jeremy Gignoux | Cinacoustic (illustration of musical instruments cavorting)Cinacoustic
4m01s Jeremy Gignoux and Bob Jonkman talk about Extension Chord, Calgary, studying composition, Greek musicology and Pythagoras, composition technique, and a technical discussion on resolving notes which Jeremy demonstrates on the piano.
19m40s Technicolour Jeremy Gignoux Jeremy Gignoux | Cinacoustic (illustration of musical instruments cavorting)Cinacoustic
25m00s Analyzing Technicolour, talking about the Cinacoustic album, the personnel,
XXXXX XXXXX Jeremy Gignoux Jeremy Gignoux | Cinacoustic (illustration of musical instruments cavorting)Cinacoustic
xxxxx Jeremy Gignoux and Bob Jonkman talk
XXXXX XXXXX Jeremy Gignoux Jeremy Gignoux | Cinacoustic (illustration of musical instruments cavorting)Cinacoustic

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 19 October 2020

Show notes and podcast interview content is Copyright © 2020 by the participants, and released under a CC BYCreative Commons Attribution Only license. Copy, re-use, and deriviatives works are allowed with attribution to Radio Waterloo and a link to this page. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders.

CKMS News – 2020-10-19 – Land Back is Here to Stay

Host: Ivan Angelovski

Since June 21, 2020 a number of indigenous people, sick of Kitchener and Waterloo charging them large amounts of money to gather in their traditional places, having to get permits and seek permission to gather on their traditional land, occupied a part of Victoria Park in Kitchener, a land reclamation known as  “Land Back Camp” or O:se Kenhionhata:tie

They are demanding four things: to waive all fees for the Indigenous communities to host events in public spaces, to give back the land in Victoria Park and Waterloo Park, that the cities create paid positions at all levels for engaging with Indigenous Peoples, and that the cities create Indigenous Advisory Committees to address racial injustice.

A photo of Shawn Johnston and Amy Smoke wearing toques with the White tee-pee of O:se Kenhionhata:tie/Land back Camp in the background.
Shawn Johnston and Amy Smoke. Photo: Ivan Angelovski

After more than 17 weeks of protest, they managed to resolve the fees problem and on Monday October 19, the city of Kitchener will be voting on establishing a team dedicated to addressing social justice issues, including Indigenous initiatives.

But that’s not going to resolve all the problems Indigenous peoples face in Waterloo Region.

On this episode we speak with Amy Smoke and Shawn Johnston from the Land Back Camp. 


This program is a part of the “Local Journalism Initiative” grant program and is funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, the Government of Canada, and the CKMS Newsroom.

Check out the archived versions of  this program and other episodes on radiowaterloo.ca/news. You can  follow us on twitter @RadioWaterloo. And you can email news@radiowaterloo.ca to get in touch with comments or ideas about stories to cover.

The music was Blackroom by Moby, courtesy of mobygratis.com

Rob’s Rewind – Show 33 SONG LIST

FIRST AIRED OCTOBER 18TH, 2020

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  1. Hot Butter – Popcorn
  2. David Soul – Don’t Give Up On Us
  3. Doug and the Slugs – Too Bad
  4. Max Werner – Rain in May
  5. Pink Floyd – Brain Damage & Eclipse
  6. April Wine – Druthers
  7. Rush – Bastille Day
  8. Bruce Springsteen – I’m Goin’ Down
  9. Cliff Richard – The Young Ones
  10. Chilliwack – Something Better
  11. Patti Austin and James Ingram – Baby, Come To Me
  12. Michael Zager Band – Let’s All Chant
  13. Whitesnake – Here I Go Again

Eclectic Garage for October 17

  1. Hello Walls – Willie Nelson
  2. Stereo – The Watchmen (CanCon)
  3. Everything is Automatic – Matthew Good Band (CanCon)
  4. Touch, Peel, and Stand – Days of the New
  5. Shout – Tears for Fears
  6. Nobody’s Real – Powerman 5000
  7. Screwed It Up – Limblifter (CanCon)
  8. Cynthia – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  9. I Love This Bar – Toby Keith
  10. In Hell I’ll Be in Good Company – The Dead South (CanCon)
  11. Unloved – Jann Arden ft. Jackson Browne (CanCon)
  12. Fare Thee Well Love – The Rankin Family (CanCon)
  13. Guitar Man – Jerry Reed
  14. Say You Say Me – Lionel Richie

CKMS Community Connections for 17 October 2020 with May Cooper of Changemakers Without Borders

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Show Notes

May Cooper, host of the CKMS-FM program Changemakers Without Borders | with May Cooper (May Cooper next to a globe with a swirly pattern)Changemakers Without Borders joins Jordan Dorans to celebrate the 43rd anniversary of CKMS-FM Radio Waterloo.

The interview starts at 22m20s.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-10-17-episode063.mp3 (46.8 MB, 48m42s, episode 063)

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 17 October 2020

Show notes and podcast interview content is Copyright © 2020 by the participants, and released under a CC BYCreative Commons Attribution Only license. Copy, re-use, and deriviatives works are allowed with attribution to Radio Waterloo and a link to this page. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders.

CKMS News – 2020-10-15 – Police target a Black PhD candidate for arrest

Host: Ivan Angelovski

Black Lives Matter of Waterloo Region, along with other Black and African organizations in the Region, started a petition for the police to drop the charges against Irene Ekweozoh, a Waterloo based PhD candidate in law.

Ekweozoh was arrested on September 20th, after problems with her White neighbour in their apartment building.

The issues began in February, when, according to Ekweozoh and the police report, after an argument, her neighbour unleashed a dog on her and her 13 year old daughter.  The police told Ekweozoh that charges were not warranted against her neighbour in that incident.

In this episode you will hear from:
Irene Ekweozoh, PhD student targeted for arrest by Waterloo regional police, Fanis Juma an organizer with Black Lives Matter of Waterloo Region, Tapiwa Jabhama from the African Canadian Association, as well as Fidelia Otokhina and Promise O Williams from the Nigerians in the Region of Waterloo.

In a statement from the regional police service’s public relations department it was noted that “anyone with concerns about police conduct or professionalism can call to speak to a supervisor to relay their concerns or issue a formal complaint at 519-570-9777 (WRPS). Complaints about police conduct can also be filed with the Ontario Independent Police Review Director (OIPRD) here: www.oiprd.on.ca.”

The Black Lives Matter Waterloo Region statement in support of Irene can be found here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScYirGQ8tOYyTppvBskF8fi3EBOyaWgpOcLC-PnhL-s3byoyQ/viewform


This program is a part of the “Local Journalism Initiative” grant program and is funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, the Government of Canada, and the CKMS Newsroom.

Check out the archived versions of  this program and other episodes on radiowaterloo.ca/news. You can  follow us on twitter @RadioWaterloo. And you can email news@radiowaterloo.ca to get in touch with comments or ideas about stories to cover.

The music was Blackroom by Moby, courtesy of mobygratis.com

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 12, 2020

1. Ted Nugent “Anybody wants to get mellow can turn around and get the f*ck outta here” live rap from Double Live Gonzo!
2. The Rolling Stones, Rip This Joint
3. Black Sabbath, Neon Knights
4. AC/DC, Inject The Venom
5. Ted Nugent, Stranglehold
6. Budgie, Breadfan
7. Van Halen, D.O.A.
8. Queen, Sheer Heart Attack
9. Rush, Anthem
10. Judas Priest, Delivering The Goods
11. Nazareth, Just To Get Into It
12. Led Zeppelin, Out On The Tiles
13. Chilliwack, Communication Breakdown (not the Zeppelin song)
14. Bachman-Turner Overdrive, Not Fragile
15. Rory Gallagher, Big Guns
16. Jethro Tull, Hymn 43
17. Aerosmith, Nobody’s Fault
18. Deep Purple, No One Came
19. The Who, In A Hand Or A Face
20. Rod Stewart, (I Know) I’m Losing You
21. The Stooges, Down On The Street
22. Gov’t Mule, Bad Little Doggie
23. April Wine, Weeping Widow
24. Sex Pistols, EMI
25. Cheap Trick, Need Your Love (live at Budokan)

I Am Everything

 



  I Am Everything is a music talk show about everything and nothing…. Think The Strombo Show meets CBC Q. Your Punk Father Shyun Atøwn will showcase genres like new indie rock and punk and rap, even throwing in some local rock bands that need that exposure. And sometimes you might hear some cool guests along the way. Shy’s objective for I Am Everything is to profile bands that not many know about but mainly to bring back the next great music show since the days of Much Music. He is everything you need him to be and yet nothing at all.

I Am Everything airs on Friday from 10:00pm to 11:00pm eastern time.

CKMS Community Connections for 12 October 2020 with Chrissy Newton of Alt.Pop.Repeat

Show Notes

Portrait of Chrissy Newton
Chrissy Newton

Chrissy Newton joins Bob Jonkman to talk about the Alt.Pop.Repeat podcast.

The interview starts at 8m04s.

Alt.Pop.Repeat Online:

Chrissy Newton Online:

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-10-12-episode062.mp3 (56.7 MB, 59m00s, episode 062)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m26s While I Fall Tomacco Tomacco (painting of a tomato and a guitar riding in a car in the desert)Vagabond
4m06s What Tomorrow Brings Elliott and the Audio Kings Elliott and the Audio Kings (B&W picture of Elliott and two others on a red background)Elliott and the Audio Kings
7m35s Thanksgiving, Covid safety, introducing Alt.Pop.Repeat, explaining “Counterculture”, the joy of podcasting and community radio, listing the episodes, finding counterculture, researching counterculture.
18m41s Blade of Grass Lara MacMillan Lara MacMillan (portrait of Lara MacMillan)Lara MacMillan
21m47s Taking pictures, retro-counterculture, having Alt.Pop.Repeat on Dash Radio, producing podcasts is timeconsuming, new episode on Tuesday 13 October 2020 about Yoga with Faith Hunter
29m20s Europa Andy Klaehn End Of A Perfect Day (cityscape at night)End Of A Perfect Day
34m00s Excerpt from Alt.Pop.Repeat‘s episode Legally High: The Cannabis Episode (w/ Tommy Chong) and the analysis, “The Sync”. The structure of podcasts, launching WR Podcasts, finding people for podcasts, podcasting is publicity, podcasting is informing people about differences and similarities, the cycle of counterculture to pop culture and back again, contacting Chrissy Newton and Alt.Pop.Repeat
57m05s Drive Me to Drink Chelsey Danfield Chelsey Danfield | Cowboy (portrait of Chelsey Danfield surrounded by flowers)Cowboy
58m24s Lightning
while Bob Jonkman gives the end credits.

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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Bonus Podcast Episode


Alt.Pop.Repeat: S1E8 – Legally High: The Cannabis Episode (w/ Tommy Chong), 85.1 MB, 1h00m29s

Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 12 October 2020

Show notes and podcast interview content is Copyright © 2020 by the participants, and released under a CC BYCreative Commons Attribution Only license. Copy, re-use, and deriviatives works are allowed with attribution to Radio Waterloo and a link to this page. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders.

Rob’s Rewind – Van Halen Tribute SONGLIST

  1. Jamie’s Cryin’ (1978)

This song is about a girl who has a one-night stand and lives to regret it. She wants a deeper relationship and feels used by the guys who hit it and quit. She considers writing him a letter asking him to call (remember, this is before texting), but she knows it will get her nowhere.

David Lee Roth wrote the lyrics, which is a little ironic considering his many one-and-done conquests. In the early years of Van Halen, he would have a crew member make sure that some lovely ladies in the crowd were ushered backstage for his enjoyment.

 

  1. Beautiful Girls (1979)

The group wrote this in David Lee Roth’s basement. They had just finished a tour and were under tight deadline pressure to record their second album. They released an album every year until 1984. Roth fractured his foot doing a jump for the album’s photo shoot. Since there was no way Roth could stay still on stage, they postponed their tour so he could heal.

The album took six days to record. Van Halen was quick in the studio because they laid down most of the tracks live, with very little overdubbing.

 

  1. Runnin With The Devil (1978)

This is the first song on the first Van Halen album. It starts with a backwards blare of car horns, which was made by a contraption Eddie Van Halen put together using a bunch of horns, a car battery, and a footswitch. They used to use it when they played at clubs.

Van Halen included this song on a demo Gene Simmons produced for them in 1977. After seeing them in concert, Simmons flew the band to New York, bought them clothes, and set up a recording session. They didn’t get a record deal out of it, but gained valuable experience.

The song contains many of the things Van Halen became famous for: David Lee Roth’s squeal, Eddie’s guitar solo, and Michael Anthony’s backup vocals.

 

  1. Panama (1984)

This was one of the first songs recorded at Eddie Van Halen’s 5150 studios. “5150” is California police code for a mentally unstable person causing a disturbance.

The album cover, which showed a baby on the cover smoking a cigarette, caused a bit of controversy. Some UK record stores refused to stock it.

This was one of the last Van Halen songs recorded with David Lee Roth as lead singer. He was replaced by Sammy Hagar in 1986.

 

  1. Little Guitars (1982)

On this song, Eddie Van Halen played a custom-made, miniature Les Paul guitar that was created for him by Nashville designer Dave Petschulat. On Van Halen’s 1982-1983 Hide Your Sheep tour, they played this song with Eddie switching to his miniature guitar.

 

  1. Dance The Night Away (1979)

The lightest and most radio-friendly song on the Van Halen II album, Warner Brothers Records insisted “Dance The Night Away” be released as the first single. The band didn’t think it represented their sound and did not want it released first, but they didn’t have the clout to overrule their record company. The original title was “Dance, Lolita, Dance.”

Van Halen picked up a lot of new fans after this song got some airplay. Many listeners who heard them for the first time were pleasantly surprised when they bought the album, and rushed out to buy the first Van Halen album as well. That first album, which sold about a million copies in America the first year it was released, eventually sold 10 million.

 

  1. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love (1978)

Van Halen played this at many of their early shows before they got a record deal. They included it on a demo Gene Simmons produced for them in 1977.

If you listen carefully, you can hear an electric sitar low in the mix.

This song gets at least as much radio play now as when it first came out. Van Halen took a few years to get a big following, so many of their early songs are now Classic Rock staples because they were never overplayed when they first came out.

 

  1. Unchained (1981)

It’s not all that clear what’s going on in this song, but it sure does rock. The lyric is mostly an exercise in vocal dexterity, with the line “Blue-eyed murder in a side-swiped dress” leading into the rousing chorus. The song was a live favorite for the band.

In the middle of this song, David Lee Roth makes fun of an executive that walked into the studio while they were recording it (“that suit is YOU…”). Roth would add commentary on a separate track while the band played the instrumental parts, and his comments were sometimes added to the mix (“Everybody Wants Some” is an example). The voice that says, “Come on, Dave, gimme a break” is their producer, Ted Templeman.

 

  1. Jump (1984)

David Lee Roth has given various accounts of the meaning behind the lyrics, but he usually says they are about a TV news story he saw where a man was about to kill himself by jumping off a building (Roth thought, “Might as well jump”). He’s also said the song is about a stripper.

Roth is a great storyteller who likes to build his legend, so he would often add that he wrote the lyric while cruising around Los Angeles in his vintage 1951 Mercury convertible.

This was Van Halen’s first #1 hit in America, and their only #1 with David Lee Roth as lead singer.

 

  1. You Really Got Me (1978)

This was Van Halen’s first single. They learned a bunch of Kinks songs when they were just starting out (in part because David Lee Roth had one of their greatest hits albums), and often played them at their shows when they were still a bar band. “They sounded good and they were great to dance to,” David Lee Roth said.

When it came time for Van Halen to record their first single, they chose “You Really Got Me,” since they had refined it after years performing it. In 1982, they released another Kinks kover, “Where Have All The Good Times Gone?,” which appears on their album Diver Down.

There is a track before this on the album called “Eruption,” which is an Eddie Van Halen guitar solo that leads into it. Disc jockeys often played the 2 songs together, but as computerized playlists and corporate programmers took control of radio stations, “Eruption” is rarely played.

 

  1. Mean Street (1981)

Fair Warning is the fourth studio album by American rock band Van Halen. Released on April 29, 1981, it sold more than two million copies, but was still the band’s slowest-selling album of the David Lee Roth era. Despite the album’s commercially disappointing sales, Fair Warning was met with mostly positive reviews from critics.

The album was listed by Esquire as one of the 75 Albums Every Man Should Own.

 

  1. Finish What Ya Started (1988)

Taken from their 1988 album OU812. Despite the album being seemingly complete, Eddie Van Halen came up with the riff at 2 in the morning and went down to his then-neighbor Sammy Hagar to show it. Hagar let Eddie in, and the two played guitars in his balcony until they had a completed song. Once Eddie left, Hagar decided to write the lyrics despite being late at night. The theme wound up being unfulfilled sex, summed up by Hagar as “blue balls”. In the song, Eddie recorded his guitar part on a Fender Stratocaster plugged direct into the studio mixing console. The song is one of only two Van Halen tracks featuring Hagar playing a rhythm guitar part, which he played on a Gibson acoustic.

 

  1. Why Can’t This Be Love (1986)

“Why Can’t This Be Love?” was the first Van Halen single with Sammy Hagar as lead singer, replacing David Lee Roth. Hagar had plenty of cred as a rocker and went over as well as could be expected in his position. This song took the band in a more mature, melodic direction, which proved hit-worthy. The Van Hagar era was on, and the Sammy vs. Dave debates commenced.

WR Podcasts

CKMS logo with wavies out the sidesWR Podcasts is CKMS-FM Radio Waterloo’s showcase of some of the podcasts produced in Waterloo Region. Each week we air one or two episodes from local producers to give you a taste of what’s available in Waterloo Region.

Podcasts in the rotation:

WR Podcasts airs every Friday from 10:00am to 11:00am starting on 16 October 2020.

Waterloo Region Podcast Producers! Do you want your podcast included in WR Podcasts? Drop us a line at office@radiowaterloo.ca with your podcast pitch!

CKMS News – 2020-10-08 – What will happen with the calls to defund the police in Waterloo Region?

Host: Ivan Angelovski

In June this year, tens of thousands of people marched the streets of Kitchener in support for the Black Lives Matter movement, asking for change. Their most important demand was to defund the police.

With similar calls across Canada that were unsuccessful, what will happen with the police budget in Waterloo region?

In this episode we talk with Teneile Warren, local organiser and anti-racism activist, and Karen Redman, Regional Chair and chair of the Waterloo Region Police Service board.


This program is a part of the “Local Journalism Initiative” grant program and is funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, the Government of Canada, and the CKMS Newsroom.

episode 274 agriculture show oct 6 2020

Autumn Unwin and Gabrielle Ferguson are the guests of The Agriculture Show for episode 274.   Autumn and Gabe work at rural leadership training and rural community development for The Rural Ontario Institute.   www.ruralontarioinstitute.ca   Our Playlist:

  • Walking On Sunshine by Katrina & The Waves
  • 6 Feet Apart by Luke Combs
  • Wavin’ Flag by K’naan
  • O’siem  by Susan Aglukark
  • Lost Together by Blue Rodeo

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Oct. 5, 2020

1. Genesis, The Musical Box
2. Yes, Siberian Khatru
3. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Take A Pebble
4. Pink Floyd, Louder Than Words
5. King Crimson, Epitaph
6. Nick Lowe, Crackin’ Up
7. Graham Parker, Devil’s Sidewalk
8. The Kinks, National Health
9. Queen, Get Down, Make Love
10. Black Sabbath, Sleeping Village
11. Rainbow, The Shed (Subtle)
12. Alvin Lee/Ten Years Later, Gonna Turn You On
13. Paul McCartney/Wings, Old Siam, Sir
14. Joe Cocker, Seven Days
15. The Rolling Stones, Little Red Rooster (live, 1989 Atlantic City w/Eric Clapton)
16. Little Feat, A A Political Blues
17. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Come To Poppa
18. Steve Winwood, Night Train

CKMS Community Connections for 5 October 2020 with David Marskell of THEMUSEUM

Show Notes

David Marskell at the microphone
David Marskell
Bob Jonkman chats with David Marskell of THEMUSEUM about the operation of a museum, the exhibits, the history, and upcoming exhibits. And we play some CanCon and local KWCon music too!

The interview starts at 6m35s.

Online:

M | THEMUSEUM (white M and text on a red background)

Upcoming Events

See all the events on THEMUSEUM‘s Events calendar.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-10-05-episode061.mp3 (57.7 MB, 59m59s, episode 061)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m26s My Time Bano
(now Astral Gates)
Astral Gates (text in a circle with psychedelic illustrations surrounding)Astral Gates
4m26s Dangerous Girl
5m35s Bob reads the bio for Bano, now known as Astral Gates. Chatting with David Marskell: The state of THEMUSEUM during the pandemic, both physical and online. Reviewing some current events at THEMUSEUM. A bit of history, how THEMUSEUM came to downtown Kitchener. THEMUSEUM is still open for weddings; other collaborative exhibits with the CNE and Bingemans. Permanent exhibits as remnants from The Children’s Museum, some more history. Still open for walk-in visitors, seniors’ program, couples. About the Alarm exhibit (open until January 2021), the Land Back Camp exhibit, Music and Islamic Art. About the Underground Studio, a makerspace for STEAM.
19m24s Cowboy Chelsey Danfield Chelsey Danfield | Cowboy (portrait of Chelsey Danfield surrounded by flowers)Cowboy
22m18s Chatting with David Marskell about the branding of THEMUSEUM, with no collection it is officially THEMUSEUM of Ideas Transcending Objects; David Marskell’s background at other organizations; staffing at THEMUSEUM; partnerships with other museums and organizations; working online. Talking about funding THEMUSEUM.
41m07s Heal Your Soul Jacob Bradshaw
(Portrait of Jacob Bradshaw with a "Parental Advisory | Explicit Content" sticker in the lower left corner)
Jacob Bradshaw
(single)
45m15s Bob reads Jacob Bradshaw’s e-mail to the station. Chatting with David Marskell about show business; the structure of THEMUSEUM – Board of Directors, volunteering, marketing. Introducing the upcoming blockbuster exhibition: The Rolling Stones | UNZIPPED
56m40s Gimme Shelter
and Bob Jonkman gives the show credits
The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones Let It Bleed (four plastic figures on a cake, on a tire, on a pancake, on a plate, on a film can, all on a record player spindle over a 12 inch vinyl record with a grammophone arm on it)Let It Bleed

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Thursday from 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

Got music, spoken word, or other interesting stuff? Let us know at office@radiowaterloo.ca or leave a comment on our “About” page.

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CKMS | 102.7 FM | Radio Waterloo | Community Connections | Mondays 10 am - 12 NoonSee all CKMS Community Connections shows!

Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 5 October 2020

Please pardon the persistent on-screen graphic. I was trying out some new-to-me software (OBS Studio), but I don’t have enough hands to do both radio and video at the same time…

Show notes and podcast interview content is Copyright © 2020 by the participants, and released under a CC BYCreative Commons Attribution Only license. Copy, re-use, and deriviatives works are allowed with attribution to Radio Waterloo and a link to this page. Music selections are copyright by the respective rights holders.

Rob’s Rewind – Show 32 SONG LIST

FIRST AIRED OCTOBER 4TH, 2020

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  1. Wishful Thinking – China Crisis
  2. Theme from “Shaft” – Isaac Hayes
  3. Hangman – The Ugly Ducklings
  4. Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
  5. You Light Up My Life – Debby Boone
  6. A Million Miles Away – Klaatu
  7. Baby Step Back – Gordon Lightfoot
  8. Pop Muzik – M
  9. Do You Want To Know A Secret – Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas
  10. That’s Where I Went Wrong – The Poppy Family
  11. Time of the Season – The Zombies
  12. Ebony and Ivory – Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
  13. Child’s Garden – April Wine
  14. A Way of Life – The Family Dogg

CKMS News – 2020-10-05 – Marc Lafleur of TruLocal on the equal opportunity grant for Black entrepreneurs.

Host: Ivan Angelovski

Early September the federal government announced investments of up to 221 million dollars to help Black-owned businesses.
But even before that, Black-owned businesses in Waterloo region have organized to help themselves.

Marc Lafleur is co-founder and the CEO of the Kitchener based TruLocal, a company that connects people with local farmers and provides them with locally-sourced meat products.

After Black Lives Matter protests in Canada early June, TruLocal organized what they called Equal opportunity grant, giving $5,000 to select Black-owned businesses.

The idea, as Marc Lafleur says, was to equal the playing field.


This program is a part of the “Local Journalism Initiative” grant program and is funded by the Community Radio Fund of Canada, the Government of Canada, and the CKMS Newsroom.

Eclectic Garage for October 3

  1. Reflections – Diana Ross and The Supremes
  2. Shadowboxer – Fiona Apple
  3. Let it Rain – Amanda Marshall (CanCon)
  4. Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers
  5. All That You Are – Econoline Crush (CanCon)
  6. Silent Running – Mike and the Mechanics
  7. Loud and Heavy – Cody Jinx
  8. Highway Junkie – Chris Knight
  9. Pacing the Cage – Bruce Cockburn (CanCon)
  10. Photograph – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  11. Pilot – Ian Thomas (CanCon)
  12. Summer of ’69 – Bryan Adams (CanCon)
  13. Symbolistic White Walls – Matthew Good Band (CanCon)
  14. Keep a Lid on Things – Crash Test Dummies (CanCon)

episode 273 agriculture show sept 22 2020

Patrick Jilesen and Michael Keegan are the guests of The Agriculture Show today.  Pat and Mike both work at  www.michaelkeegan.ca    Our playlist:

  • Change by Blind Melon
  • Bobcaygeon by Tragically Hip
  • Hey Hey What Can I Do by Led Zeppelin
  • Are You Going My Way by Lenny Kravitz
  • Not  by  Big Thief

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episode 272 agriculture show sept 29 2020

Ross Wilson and Tim Cumming are our guests today. Ross and Tim work at the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority   www.abca.ca  We are on site at one of their test plots to see the use of cover crops in 60′ corn rows.  Our playlist:

  • instrumental by Art Kennedy
  • Still I Survive by LJX
  • Smokin’ Gun by Adam Wendler
  • Blue Sky by The Ashgrove

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 28, 2020

1. Teenage Head, Disgusteen
2. The Clash, The Guns of Brixton
3. Joe Jackson, In Every Dream Home (A Nightmare)
4. BB Gabor, Simulated Groove
5. BB Gabor, Metropolitan Life (request)
6. Flash and the Pan, Media Man
7. Ian Dury, Sweet Gene Vincent
8. Devo, Uncontrollable Urge
9. Dead Kennedys, Too Drunk To Fuck
10. Joni Mitchell, Sex Kills
11. Chuck Berry, Dutchman
12. Jerry Lee Lewis, Drinking Wine Spo-Dee O’Dee
13. The Rolling Stones, Down In The Hole
14. Deep Purple, Stormbringer
15. Paice Ashton Lord, Ghost Story
16. Rory Gallagher, Lonesome Highway
17. Tear Gas, Woman For Sale (Scottish band, 1971, featured Zal Cleminson on guitar, later supported then morphed into The Sensational Alex Harvey Band.)
18. Jimi Hendrix, Hear My Train A Comin’ (live at Woodstock)
19. Donovan, Riki Tiki Tavi
20. Tim Ries/The Rolling Stones Project, Waiting On A Friend
21. The Outlaws, Green Grass And High Tides
22. The Byrds, Welcome Back Home
23. Iggy Pop, Home

Rob’s Rewind – Show 31 SONG LIST

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  1. The Runner – The Three Degrees
  2. Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers
  3. I’m Losing Tonight – A Passing Fancy
  4. I’m A Tiger – Lulu
  5. Beach Baby – First Class
  6. Moonshine (Friend of Mine) – John Kay
  7. The Partisan – Leonard Cohen
  8. Take It On The Run – REO Speedwagon
  9. The Groove Line – Heatwave
  10. You and I – Edward Bear
  11. Nutbush City Limits – Ike and Tina Turner
  12. Going In Circles – Wayne McGhie & The Sounds of Joy
  13. Roll Over Beethoven – E.L.O.

Eclectic Garage Sept 26

Amarilo by Morning – George Strait

Welcome to Paradise – Green Day

Sex and Candy – Mary Playground

Summerlong – Emm Gryner (CanCon)

Black Velvet – Annaha Myles (CanCon)

The Impression That I Get – Mighty Mighty Boss Tones

Stay (I Missed You) – Lisa Loeb

Never Too Late – Three Days Grace (CanCon)

Momma Sed – Puscifer

Machine Head – Bush

Indestructible – The Matthew Good Band (CanCon)

Push – Moist (CanCon)

Montreal – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)

The Freshman – The Verve Pipe

Hold on to Memories – Disturbed