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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 19, 2019

  1. The Rolling Stones, Jigsaw Puzzle
  2. The Beatles, Lovely Rita
  3. Deep Purple, Comin’ Home
  4. Led Zeppelin, Out On The Tiles
  5. Jethro Tull, No Lullaby
  6. The Kinks, Add It Up
  7. AC/DC, Heatseeker
  8. Bob Dylan, Joey
  9. Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention, Help, I’m A Rock
  10. Van Morrison, Help Me (live)
  11. Gov’t Mule, Soulshine (live)
  12. The Guess Who, Bus Rider
  13. Jimi Hendrix, Ezy Rider
  14. The Allman Brothers Band, Midnight Rider (live)
  15. Dire Straits, Ride Across The River
  16. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Floyd
  17. Fleetwood Mac, Doctor Brown
  18. Soft Machine, Hazard Profile Part 1
  19. Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Wall Of Denial
  20. Pink Floyd, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
  21. David Bowie, All The Madmen
  22. The Who, Cry If You Want

Into the Void – Aug 16th 2019

Tonight is the first show in a series that will focus on a specific instrument. This week will feature songs with killer saxophone.

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Rebel Time Radio – August 14, 2019

  1. Spizzenergi – Where’s Captain Kirk?
  2. Broadcast Zero – Same Old Story
  3. The Rotten – The Streets
  4. The Decay – Long Road
  5. Maldita – Sonria
  6. Alien Boys – Free Birds
  7. The Adicts – Joker in the Pack
  8. The Essential Letdowns – You’re A Letdown Too
  9. Amyl and the Sniffers – Monsoon Rock
  10. Shitrat – Never Gonna See
  11. Bad Egg – Ghostface Crowd Killah
  12. Prettyboy – Boys Club
  13. The Proletariat – The Murder of Alton Sterling
  14. Rats in the Wall – Why?
  15. War on Women – Divisive Shit
  16. Exit Order – Walk In Line
  17. Therapy – Minding The Gap
  18. The Virus – What Do You Want?
  19. Direct Action – Animal Reflex
  20. Autonomads – Run Like A Girl
  21. Dayglo Abortions – Cockroaches

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, August 12, 2019

1. The Butterfield Blues Band, East West
2. The Rolling Stones, 100 Years Ago
3. John Lennon, Steel And Glass
4. Ian Hunter, Standin’ In My Light
5. The Moody Blues, 22,000 Days
6.The Stooges, Down On The Street
7. Bobbie Gentry, Mississippi Delta
8. Peter Green, Cryin’ Won’t Bring You Back
9. Warren Zevon, You’re A Whole Different Person When You’re Scared
10. Bob Dylan, It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding)
11. Elton John, Razor Face
12. Pink Floyd, What Do You Want From Me
13. Bee Gees, Lonely Days
14. Jethro Tull, My Sunday Feeling
15. Faces, Sweet Lady Mary
16. Judas Priest, Run Of The Mill
17. April Wine, Juvenile Delinquent (live)
18. The Doors, L.A. Woman
19. Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Take A Pebble

CKMS Community Connections for 12 August 2019: The Poetry Edition with The Arlington Six

Elizabeth McCallister and Mark Kempf at the microphone
Elizabeth McCallister and Mark Kempf
Today we’re joined by four members of The Arlington Six poetry society: Elizabeth McCallister, Mark Kempf, Lin Geary, and Jim Tomkins.


Lin Geary and Jim Tomkins at the microphone
Lin Geary and Jim Tomkins

Show Notes

Here are some of the poems read on the show, along with a few others that we didn’t get to.


“Paintings are like poems, they are thoughts abandoned” Stan J. White

Music Hall

by Stan J. White

Sex is something
God has thrown in to ensure
We do not confuse ourselves
     With deities, with angels –
a kind of tether
that never lets us stray too far
from freshly turned earth after rain
and in the pathos of it all
a constant reminder
     of vaudeville, of burlesque.

An Ode to Beer

by Jim Tomkins, 7 November 2011

Oh, amber elixir crowned with golden head
whence came your magic mystical mixture
of barley mash, crystalline water and fruity hops?
Brewed hodgepodge in containers from Sumeria to China
through cellared wooden kegs to Pilzen caves
and glistening copper kettles row on row.
Drunk in litres, pints and Aussie schooners,
halves, viertels and even once,
in six ounce ten cent drafts.
Oh, wine where is thy claim?
Full muted by this tasty honest brew
from ancient cloudy ale to new craft sips
past charcoal stout, beach blond lager
hoppy pale, sweet chocolate mild.
All sips tease lips, tempt discerning tongues
foaming moustaches form in the tingling wake
of fermented flavours gliding down.
Quaffed, not guzzled,
savoured, not chugged
each nuanced batch unique.
Taste, robust or delicate,
stirs heightened eloquence,
smooth patter, bravado’s hope.
Enter the intoxicating dreamland
of ambrosial brew
Biere, cervesa, live on!
Oh, amber elixir crowned with gold.

My Wreck Beach Haiku

by Lin Geary

my new raincoat
for Wreck Beach–
clear plastic

Buried Deep

by Becky D. Alexander

details from a memoir by Sergeant Jim Alexander (MM)
Lincoln and Welland Regiment, Holland, 1945

In the kitchen, from the doorway to the hearth,
lying on the floor like some colossal cigarette –
a log , one end in the fire, burning slowly
as flames surround a bubbling pot.

It mystified the Canadian soldiers, those kept
after the war – troops retained
to rebuild a battered country, one
that refused to be swallowed back into the sea.

The explanation provided to the curious,
Because the Nazis took all of our metal:
axes, pitchforks, scythes and hoes, even kitchen knives

a last ditch effort to build more weapons.

Allied saviours shared meals of boiled tulip bulbs:
‘the most gawd-awful things you ever ate’
along with Red Cross chocolate and rationed tins
of bully beef: bitter meals of freedom.

Under our barn, wrapped in oiled burlap,
We have our tractor and plow – buried bits cloistered away
following the final swoop of the flag of black on red.
They never found them. Soon, we will plant.


This poem appeared in the anthology Tamaracks: Canadian Poetry for the 21 st Century, edited by James Deahl, Lummox Press, California. This anthology is available through Amazon.ca.

The Muffin Man

by Elizabeth McCallister

At two and a half,
He’s got it all figured out.
How to find his T.V. shows
and how to reach those muffins.
He takes one glance over his shoulder
as he stretches out his fingers.

He’s a bad boy though.
It’s his third,
but Mommy’s talking on the phone
so she can’t stop him.
He fixes sad brown eyes
on her to say
“I need this chocolate chip muffin.”
To peel back the golden skin of enriched white flour
and get to the centre.
Pick out each chocolate chip.
Set it aside on the coffee table
filled with his sticky fingerprints
and the goo of cooked muffin and chips
mixed with his saliva.
Place them there for later.
Make a happy face with
eight chips curved in a smile,
three for the eyes and nose.

He’s got his time alone with Mommy.
His big brother and Daddy are
off at Scout Camp together.
At night, he sleeps on top of her
so she can’t get away and leave him.
Until he goes off to playschool,
and sees his girlfriend Chelsea.
He’s decided his name is Sean.
It sounds better.

One day, he’ll fix
those big brown eyes on another woman.
She’ll melt like those chocolate chips
in his hot little fingers.
That’s the way it works.
Not the least Oedipal.
Just practising on the first woman
who loves him, picks up after him, feeds him.

Poem for Reading in a Bar

by Dave Margoshes

Hey, you, you in the back,
come a little closer. The poem
is warm, but its voice is soft.

And you, you over there,
don’t be afraid, the poem
bites, but only the ones it loves.

And you, yeah, I mean you,
looking so smug, do you really
think you’re immune to poetry?

This poem will get under
your skin, you’ll find yourself
thinking about it tonight

as you’re trying to fall asleep,
your lips moving in the dark,
alone in your bed with a poem

you hardly know. When you wake
the bed will be empty, the sheets
soiled, only the poem’s scent

on your pillow to let you know
it was there, only its footprints
in the snow outside your heart


From his collection Purity of Absence , (2001) Porcepic Books. Still available for purchase.

Six for the Solstice

(haiku from my garden)
by Lin Geary

first time for raised beds–
tender lettuce, red chard
chipmunk and sparrow

cirque du soleil–
these endless wire tents
for the seedling peas

brand-new
pistol-grip
econo-watering
thing
I water my shoes

the neighbour’s tom
brings his best invisible act–
doubtful blue jay

what will I serve with
this 64 dollar
vine-ripened tomato?

sister skunks
stroll under my hammock
lesson in prayer

Worship in the Boreal Forest

by Elizabeth McCallister

Our vespers were whispers to the moon,
and our matins sang the sun awake.
We drank in the summer’s long afternoons.
Began knitting blankets with the first snowflake.

We fell in love to the dance of butterflies.
Their white wings wove a spell of enchantment.
Breezes’ touch on our needles were our lullabies
serenading our young to sleep’s contentment.

We were the high priests within our temple
celebrating rites to our gods’ abundance.
Air, earth, water, light – our needs were simple.
The two-footed fiends stole away our innocence.

There are no songs when each breath is an effort.
All the brown-needled branches are our scars.
Dying, we entwine our roots for comfort,
and sighing send our sorrows to the stars.


These two poems were in the collection Notes from Suburbia, 2013, published by Craigleigh Press, Cambridge, ON. It isn’t in print but you may be able to obtain some of the last copies at the Green Heron bookstore in Paris, ON.

Santiago

by Jim Tomkins

On his shoulder tilts a rod
pointing the path so often trod.
In this town of Ford and Chevy
he strides determined to the levee.
Dew-dappled Levis, faded cuff
along dusty curbsides scuff.
Runners crunch the pearly gravel
keen to angle migrants’ travel.
Slimy pylons split the stream
hindrance to the caster’s dream.
Breezes push the sightless odor
sulphuric-past the tugboat’s motor.
Through Ambassador’s massive arc
stand unlit towers of the park.
Oriole, Indian, Yankee teams
thwart the Tigers’ pennant schemes.
Today fishing is his only care
minnows splash, striped bodies glare.
The run is over school is out
time to sell the pseudo-trout.
Scale-stained pockets, shiny dimes
magic simple childhood times.
Two-scooper from the inverted cone
Young Santiago trundles home.

Ashes

by Jim Tomkins, May 9th 2012 Mothers’ day

Her grey ashes sit
in a pressed board box
on an attic shelf
next to light lace doilies
with lavender scent.
Below a trunk’s contents:
sepia family photos known to her
stamps from a bygone era
sleeved in cracking plastic,
crocheted samplers, musty address book
her favourite sherry glass.

I’m happy that is the scene.
No need for flashy urn
to adorn the mantel.
She is far from discarded
her memory’s embedded
a bond from womb to life’s end
Mother to son.

The haiku that won the 2012 International Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival: Haiku Invitational, and rode the Vancouver buses for a couple of months:

by Lin Geary

morning tai chi–
all the prams
slowly turning pink

at the cenotaph

by Lin Geary, 2018

on a skinny cold day
bespoke in black
the long lamb coat, the boot-lined comfort…
there, alongside my fellow Canadians
it’s time to jut out my chin
in once-a-year pride
   to stand curbside guard
   to miscount the endless placing of wreaths
   to breathe out the thoughtless mind-frost
                into thin, thin air….

and the mic kicks in, then out
as a faultless child sings the Queen’s old anthem
and we all raise out descant and filler voices
                not missing a beat…

till Henry calls the Colour Guard to attention…
       Present Flags!
it is only then the tears begin
cloud my eyes and bite my cheeks
because Henry has led the parade
because Henry is my long-widowed neighbour
because Henry is 92, bent and strong

and I think Happy Birthday, Canada
because it is the 11th of November…
100 years of armistice after a war
                that birthed our nation
and here we stand, still firm, still cold
in perpetual grief

still hoping for peace

Maeve 3

Jim Tomkins, 2017

Rhythmic patter of sidewalk
slowly droops her eyes
gentle bump of each slab
confirms her comfort
a tiny hand protrudes
retreats returns to rest
wee nose below cap’s brim
contains genes of the stroller
as do tiny ears
peeking under pink flap
instinctual feeling confirms
the link
a generation apart
together strolling in the Annex
a primal confluence
pulses in the air.

11 Days

by Jim Tomkins, 2013

ebony locks beside miniscule digits
snorfly flared nose, flint coal eyes
endlessly curious in bright moments
of sight

one tiny nicked ear, peach-tinted cheeks
insatiable mouth, slight doubling chin
eagerly chomping in maternal moments
of milk

fuzzy cute sleeper housing jiggling legs
scrunched like a turtle thrusting out
kicking, declaring the embracing
Of life

The Poet

by Jim Tomkins

He sits
Glasses perched
Contemplative frown
Over hunched shoulders
Ancient desk and messy pen
His hair
Stands alert in silver halo
Around his warty pate
The lidded eyes closed in reverie
His thoughts
Provoke tugs of mustache
On bristled upper lip
Above careless shaving scar
He ponders
Lists of grasped images
Written on scraps
And stuffed in random pockets
He recalls
An endless selection
Of captured memories
That rooted themselves over time like saplings
His scribbling
Whisk him back in time
And force his aging brain
To organize. To prioritize. To choose
His words
Spill forth and write themselves
In haste and fear of loss
Like escaping prisoners
His poems
Speak not to another
Not to his audience
But to him alone
As he sits, glasses perched
At ancient desk and quill.

Death of the voice

by Jim Tomkins

For generations they came
first with mouth pieces
mounted on walls with hand held
receiver cones in touch by party line
then with dials and cradles
for decades used to keep in touch
clunky cordless devolved to flip
to ironic smart
communication ended
dumbed down by texting
muffled by instagram
silenced by Facebook
voices no longer heard
or listened to
the chat castrated
the telephone a eunuch
in the harem of the algorithm


A correction — Mark Kempf writes: “I am so embarrassed to say but happy to report Wendell Berry is not dead as I so confidently mentioned yesterday — I wanted to let you know as soon as I could.
My confusion is completely indefensible, and not sure why I thought it now.”

Music List

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-08-12.mp3 (165 MiBytes, 2h00m15s, episode 20)

CKMS Community Connections airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 every Monday from 10:00am to Noon.

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YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 12 August 2019

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Jasmine Mangalaseril & Amanda Case

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Jasmine Mangalaseril @cardamomaddict is a promiscuous eater and adept home cook who writes. Described as quick-witted and insightful, she was one of a handful who pioneered food blogging in Canada. Jasmine has spoken at BlogHer and to the Canadian Public Relations Society, and featured by Canadian Press, CanWest News, CBC, @foodnetworkca , and SRC, as well as culture.ca and delish.com.
As a food writer, she covers a range of topics from profiles to food history to food ways, with her words having appeared in canadianliving.com, foodnetwork.ca, and pbs.com.  She’s a restaurant reviewer for the Waterloo Region Record. Her World of Food column for Grand Magazine tells the stories of people who’ve come to Waterloo Region and the foods that remind them of home. She is a member of the Association of Food Journalists.

Amanda Case a graduate from Laurier with an Honours in Kinesiology and Physical Education, studied Holistic Nutrition and Active Aging, became a personal trainer and fitness instructor. She then went on to manage corporate wellness programs for Ford, Toyota, Home Hardware, Christie Digital, Dofasco.  Amanda Case teamed up with her very talented friend Nicky who had a background in cooking and a dream of owning a food business. Together they created MVP Meals @mvpmeals 3.5 years ago. It started with a one day a week meal delivery and expanded to two days per week, with pick up options.  Eight months ago they opened a retail location becoming the only meal prep company in Canada that offers a dine in experience combined with the option to stock your fridge with meal prep! Proud to be located in the heart of downtown Kitchener inside the food hall at the Kitchener Market 5 days a week.

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Into the Void – Aug 9th 2019

Tonight the show is co hosted by Megan and we are going to feature songs that we both like!

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Rebel Time Radio – August 7, 2019

  1. War on Women – Lone Wolves
  2. DIRT – Deaf Dumb and Male
  3. D.O.A. – He’s Got A Gun
  4. The Specials – Embarrassed By You
  5. Subhumans – Waste of Breath
  6. Fea – You Can’t Change Me
  7. MDC – Addict
  8. The Adicts – My Baby Got Run Over By A Steamroller
  9. Amyl and the Sniffers – I’m Not A Loser
  10. Artificial Dissemination – Walt Disney was A Nazi
  11. The Adictox – Matalo
  12. Rudimentary Peni – Cosmetic Plague
  13. Spectres – Vertigo
  14. Nausea – Here Today
  15. Oi Polloi – It Doesn’t Have To Be Like This
  16. Witch Hunt – Legislative Bodies Legislating Bodies
  17. Dystopia – Control All Delete
  18. His Hero Is Gone – Like Weeds
  19. X-Ray Spex – Art-I-Ficial
  20. The Nasties – Take ‘Em Out
  21. Subhumans – Businessmen

CKMS Phone App

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The CKMS phone app is still under construction! Currently all it can do it play the radio stream and get secret MAM notifications! This is version 1.0.  Download Here

Version 1.1 Available Here
Updates: Radio play/stop button added to Sunflower image, MAM stuff Deleted, Request line added, Link to Website Added, “MAM Notification” changed to “Secret Message”

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 5, 2019

  1. Genesis, Abacab
  2. Led Zeppelin, In The Evening
  3. Iron Maiden, When The Wild Wind Blows
  4. Bad Company, Gone, Gone, Gone
  5. Joe Jackson, Fit
  6. J.J. Cale, Anyway The Wind Blows
  7. The Clash, Jimmy Jazz
  8. The Rolling Stones, Too Tight
  9. The Beatles, Old Brown Shoe
  10. The Everly Brothers, Bye Bye Love
  11. The Allman Brothers Band, Drunken Hearted Boy (live)
  12. Jeff Beck, Freeway Jam
  13. Rod Stewart, Cut Across Shorty
  14. Ozzy Osbourne, Over The Mountain
  15. Rush, Cinderella Man
  16. Rush, Cygnus X-1
  17. The Kinks, Holiday In Waikiki
  18. Love, A Message To Pretty
  19. The Specials, (Dawning Of A) New Era
  20. Deep Purple, Anyone’s Daughter
  21. Black Sabbath, A National Acrobat
  22. Pink Floyd, Sheep

CKMS Community Connections for 5 August 2019 with Christine Mayor and Kira Williams

Christine Mayor at the microphone
Christine Mayor
Kira Williams at the microphone
Kira Williams

Show Notes

The #Lights4LibertyKW vigil was held on Friday, 12 July 2019 in Waterloo Town Square to call for an end to both the migrant detention camps in the United States and those in Canada.

Christine Mayor a PhD student at Laurier University and a trauma therapist, spoke on the vigil organization and Canada’s own problems with refugee detention.

Kira Williams, a post-doctoral student from the International Migration Research Centre at the University of Waterloo spoke about international migrant detention issues.

Facebook: Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps
Twitter: #Lights4Liberty,   @Lights4Liberty
E-mail: lights4libertykw@gmail.com

Taking Action to End Migrant Detention

Lights for Liberty is not about one lone day of action. It’s a chance to elevate orgs that’ve been doing this work for years, to get involved, to demand change AND to fight for it. Join us.”

Lights for Liberty international organizers/hosts

  • Write to and call your MP calling on them to end migrant detention in Canada and to end the Safe Third Party Agreement with the United States.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/immigration-detention-1.4733897

  • Write to and call the Minister and Deputy Minister of Immigration Refugees and Citizenships and of Public Safety Canada calling on them to end migrant detention in Canada and to end the Safe Third Party Agreement with the United States.

  • Donate to an organization in the United States that is working to support migrants and refugees. There are a lot of options including RAICES, Immigrant Families Together, and ACLU.

  • Share articles on social media about the migrant detention camps in the U.S. and about migrant detention in Canada. Encourage others to take action and help them figure out how.

  • Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper about some aspect of this work that’s important to you – ending migrant detention; being a welcome community for refugees and immigrants; the racist past and present of immigration policy in the U.S. and Canada, or closing the camps in the United States.

  • Donate to an organization in Canada that supports immigrants and refugees. There are lots of options including Canadian Council for Refugees, Migrante, No One Is Illegal Toronto, and Sanctuary Refugee Health Centre.

  • Write to and call your MPP about reversing the Ford government’s cuts to legal aid for refugees and immigrants.

https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2019/05/06/lawyers-and-doctors-join-forces-to-battle-legal-aid-cuts-for-refugees-immigrants.html

  • Advocate for a professional association or community organization that you’re a part of to formally call for an end to migrant detention and join relevant coalitions or working groups.

  • Connect with other participants from the Lights for Liberty event to organize another event – panel discussion on migrant discussion, fundraiser, film festival, demonstration, etc.

  • Get involved in Provincial and Federal politics – ensuring that migrant detention and services for immigrants and refugees are key election issues.

  • Join the mailing list for and follow immigrants’ rights groups on social media so that you can continue to learn and take action



Lights For Liberty poster

The Lights For Liberty vigil was announced on CKMS Community Connections on 8 July 2019.


J.P. Mortier | Nation Of Iron

Music List

The playlist today is entirely from Nation of Iron by J.P. Mortier, a singer, song writer and artist from Montreal. It’s a double album consisting of 24 songs clocking in at 2 hours and 19 minutes. On this album, he targets the totalitarian powers that be: governments, corporate power, religion, ideology, technology and other tools of destruction that want to rule our society. It seemed appropriate, given the topic for today’s show.

We dip into the album selections throughout the show, interspersed with talking to our in-studio guests.

J.P. will be touring across Canada in 2019.

  • 0h00m27s: Sons Of Steel — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h04m33s: I’ve Known No War — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h26m20s: Resurrection — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h42m37s: World of Steel — J.P. Mortier
  • 0h49m56s: Americans — J.P. Mortier
  • 1h00m12s: Who Decides — J.P. Mortier
  • 1h28m16s: Breaking Point — J.P. Mortier
  • 1h42m52s: Corridors — J.P. Mortier
  • 1h47m23s: Shadows — J.P. Mortier

Podcast

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YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 5 August 2019

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Tamara Menon & Dr. Gerard Yun

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I sat down with the Founder, Tamara Menon of YUVA Arts Project, a singer herself who after being selected into a reality TV show in India called Sa Re Ga Ma Pa from Dubai, brought her to the beautiful city of Mumbai, after which she made a few more TV appearances and sang professionally for various producers. Tamara shared her journey and what inspired her to start YUVA Arts Project. Joining Tamara was Dr. Gerard Yun, music professor, mentor, researcher and one of the many collaborators who played an integral part in this project. YUVA Arts Project is a cross-cultural collaborative initiative addressing issues related to displacement and disintegration faced by marginalized youth groups across the world. Using arts as a medium, Yuva Arts team aims to provide a space for youth to explore solutions, so that they may overcome social challenges that they experience.
A group of 6-8 Indian youth from Kamathipura, who are children of commercially sexually exploited women, from Mumbai, India travelled to Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada, where they had the music professor, mentor, pportunity to collaborate in various arts-based projects with Indigenous and refugee youth. Yuva Arts aim is to build leaders so that, not only will they strive for an enriching future for themselves, but also for their communities

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Into the Void – Aug 2nd 2019

Tonight is all about opening acts that blew my mind. Some I wasn’t expecting, some I knew would blow me away. This is a two part series with this one focusing on the groovier side of things.

10 pm!

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Rebel Time Radio – July 31, 2019

  1. Spanner – Immobilized
  2. The Fallout – Meat Market
  3. Bad Religion – End of History
  4. Scream – Elevate
  5. Rats in the Wall – Your World
  6. Youth Youth Youth – Domination
  7. Witch Hunt – By A Thread
  8. Subsistance – Age of Surveillance
  9. Kalashnikov Collective – Cani
  10. Amyl and the Sniffers – Gacked On Anger
  11. Career Suicide – Jonzo’s Leaking Radiation
  12. Artificial Dissemination – Don’t Care
  13. Prettyboy – Boy’s Club
  14. Alien Boys – Lady Day vs. The State
  15. D.O.A. – The Enemy
  16. The Rotten – Blah, Blah, Blah
  17. Shitrat – Blackout
  18. Maldita – Zorra
  19. Jeunesse Apatride – Hochelaga
  20. Fea – Feminazi
  21. Subhumans – This Years War

Reggae Patrol

 Reggae Patrol is a  diverse Caribbean radio show which plays a large range of Reggae, Dancehall, Ska, Rock-steady and lovers-rock.

Our reggae top 10 chart will give you an overview on what songs are trending on a global diaspora.

We also interview local and international artistes on a promotional platform, we give updates on upcoming reggae parties in our community (Waterloo Region).

Five minute reviews and previews chit chatting on what is hot in the news.

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, July 29, 2019

1. AC/DC, For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)
2. Budgie, Napoleon Bona Part One & Two
3. Ian Gillan Band, Clear Air Turbulence
4. Rush, Here Again
5. Iron Maiden, Powerslave
6. Black Sabbath, Odin’s Court/Valhalla
7. Uriah Heep, Sweet Lorraine
8. Martha and The Muffins/M + M, Several Styles Of Blonde Girls Dancing
9. Billy Cobham, Stratus
10. The Rolling Stones (Jagger, Richards,Wood, Wyman, Watts) with Ben Waters (piano) and Tom Waters (alto sax),Watching The River Flow (from Boogie 4 Stu – A Tribute To Ian Stewart)
11. Roxy Music, The Main Thing
12. The Mamas & The Papas, Straight Shooter
13. The Moody Blues, Legend Of A Mind
14. Can, Moonshake
15. Moby Grape, Sitting By The Window
16. Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane, Nowhere To Run
17. Roy Buchanan, Five String Blues
18. Santana, Blue Skies


CKMS Community Connections for 29 July 2019

15th Annual Nonviolence Day In The Park poster

Show Notes

Jenniefer Stronge interviews people at the WR Nonviolence Day In The Park

Music List

  • 0h00m27s: Bad DecisionsAaron Kowal
  • 0h26m20s: Friend of the Devil — Bobcat Bartolo & Kirstin Corbett
  • 0h30m25s: Playing With Fire — Aaron Kowal
  • 0h32m00s: Heart Beat — Aaron Kowal
  • 0h35m26s: Love Is Love — Aaron Kowal
  • 0h38m09s: I Make Things WorsePhil Glennie
  • 0h43m25s: We Met In The Middle — Phil Glennie
  • 0h45m11s: Trembling Hands — Phil Glennie
  • 0h48m03s: Nothing To Say — Phil Glennie
  • 0h51m10s: What You Were Hoping For — Phil Glennie
  • 0h54m54s: Something Shattered — Phil Glennie
  • 0h57m17s: Fewer Hands (Millennial Workers’ Song) — Phil Glennie
  • 1h00m26s: Sneakers SwingingRhythm Tryst
  • 1h04m47s: Subway Lightning — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h08m23s: Iris — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h12m33s: Chinny Chin Chin — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h16m32s: Fathom — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h20m49s: So Alive — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h32m35s: Daydream Rewind — Rhythm Tryst
  • 1h36m13s: De Los DosAlex Cuba
  • 1h40m10s: Divido feat. Silvana Estrada — Alex Cuba
  • 1h43m40s: Yo No Sé — Alex Cuba
  • 1h58m20s: In The Back WoodsFog Blues and Brass Band

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2019-07-29.mp3 (165 MiBytes, 1h59m55s, episode 18)

CKMS Community Connections airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 every Monday from 10:00am to Noon.

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