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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 12, 2021 (airing 8-10 pm ET)

  1. Fleetwood Mac, Coming Your Way . . . I always think of my late older brother whenever I listen to this track, or the album from which it came, Then Play On, 1969. We were living in Peru at the time, my dad was working there but the older kids would go back to North America for high school and it was always fun when they came home for holidays, bringing back with them the newest popular music that, back then, took more time to come to places like the little South American mining town we lived in. A great Latin-type, propulsive track, with great drumming and percussion from Mick Fleetwood. It was written by guitarist Danny Kirwan,who had just joined the band for this last album of the Peter Green era.
  2. Keith Richards, 999 . . . One of my favorite Keith Richards’ solo tunes, or for that matter any of the songs from Rolling Stones, Inc. Such a great intro, and great groove throughout. From his second solo album, Main Offender, 1992. Around this time, individual members of the Stones were pretty hot with their solo work – this from Richards, Mick Jagger’s most Stones-like solo album, Wandering Spirit in 1993 and Slide On This from Ron Wood, in 1992. Combined, would have made an amazing Stones double or triple album but that’s OK because we have it all. And Stones’ fanatics like me make our own Stones’ solo playlists.
  3. Eric Clapton, The Core . . . Like many, perhaps, I bought Clapton’s Slowhand album when it came out for the single, Lay Down Sally, but quickly grew to like and appreciate the entire work, which is solid, track for track, including this nearly nine-minute excursion, featuring co-lead vocals by Marcy Levy.
  4. Robert Palmer, Jealous . . . Another one from my college days, from the Secrets album, 1979, whose big hit was Palmer’s cover of the Moon Martin tune, Bad Case Of Loving You (Doctor, Doctor). Great tune, the Martin one, and I’ll have to get back to Martin on my show soon…but I’ve always liked this riff-rocker Jealous at least as much, if not more, than Doctor, Doctor.
  5. Dead Kennedys, Holiday In Cambodia . . . got into these guys due to their name, thought it was cool, funny and perverse, as is the title of this track. Sick, perhaps, but it’s only rock and roll/punk/hardcore so, relax and enjoy. Great stuff from a great band.
  6. BB Gabor, Moscow Drug Club . . . and so we slow things down in the set, with this subversive tune from the late, great Gabor.
  7. The Smashing Pumpkins, Aeroplane Flies High . . . I had never heard this tune, recorded during the Mellon Collie and The Infinite Sadness sessions, until I bought a Pumpkins’ double hits compilation years ago, the second CD of which contains B-sides and previously unreleased material. Good, extended, tune.
  8. Jefferson Airplane, Comin’ Back To Me . . . beautiful song by Marty Balin from Surrealistic Pillow, featuring guitar by Grateful Dead’s Jerry Garcia. The song has apparently appeared in several movies although, not being a huge movie buff, none of which I’ve seen. But I can see how it would fit some movies.
  9. Leon Russell, Back To The Island . . . another good one by the late great Russell, an artist I have not played in a while but always seems to draw a good reaction when I play him.
  10. Doug and The Slugs, Tropical Rainstorm  . . . one of my favorites by The Slugs, a nice, bluesy one from the Cognac and Bologna album, 1980. I saw the band, before they released that debut album, at a pub in Oakville, Ontario, with my then-girlfriend, during college. She was from Mississauga, but had spent a year or so in Vancouver and fell in love with the band, was excited to hear they were coming to town, we went, and I liked them, too.
  11. Dire Straits, In The Gallery  . . . from the self-titled debut album, 1978. One of those albums that one bought for the hit, Sultans of Swing, only to then be blown away by the rest of it, and by everything else this band ever produced.
  12. Bob Dylan, Senor (Tales of Yankee Power) . . . one of my favorite Dylan tunes, from the Street Legal album…he’s always got such great, memorable lines in nearly every one of his songs, for me that being the opening “can you tell me where we’re heading, Lincoln County road or Armageddon . . . ”
  13. Iron Butterfly, Unconscious Power . . . great tune from the debut album, Heavy. Nice bass line.
  14. John Lennon, God . . . was reminded to play this, long time since I did, by a Twitter conversation about great lyrics. For me, that would be the opening line of this, one of my favorite Lennon songs, “God is a concept by which we measure our pain.” Which then leads, of course, into the long list of things he says he doesn’t believe in, culminating in “Beatles’. From the Plastic Ono Band album, which contains another influential song on my then-young brain, Working Class Hero – which I’ll have to play again sometime.
  15. Creedence Clearwater Revival, Walk On The Water . . . notice the pattern here with, at least, song titles? Unconscious Power, God, Walk On The Water. . . .so clever, your friendly neighborhood DJ, lol. This is, I think, a pretty well-known tune by CCR, as so much of their output is, and comes from the debut, self-titled album in 1968. But it was a B-side to I Put A Spell On You, which as the A-side only made No. 58 on the singles charts. Amazing, to me, that either track didn’t chart higher.
  16. Chris Whitley, Big Sky Country . . . the song that got me into this late great, blues/rock singer songwriter. It was the second single from his 1991 debut album, Living With The Law, the title cut of which was the first single. Both tracks made the top 40 and rightly so. The whole album is brilliant.
  17. Jethro Tull, Cold Wind To Valhalla . . . Yet another great track from this amazing band, nobody like them, really. And another artist I always thank my older brother for introducing me to, when he brought the Stand Up album home. This one’s from Minstrel In The Gallery.
  18. Roxy Music, Oh Yeah . . . beautiful track from the Flesh + Blood album, 1980, by which time Roxy had largely departed from the early, art-rock/avant garde days and had gone more mainstream, but still great. Made No. 5 in the UK. Features the well-known chorus refrain ‘there’s a band playing on the radio’ and in fact is titled Oh Yeah (There’s A Band Playing On The Radio) on some releases.
  19. Frank Zappa, Dirty Love . . . nice, tight, rock song with fun lyrics and typically amazing guitar by Zappa and other instrumentation by the rest of his band.
  20. Bob Seger, Beautiful Loser . . . title cut from his 1975 album, before he really broke big into the mainstream with the live album, Live Bullet, a year later. This track was combined with Travelin’ Man from the Beautiful Loser album on Live Bullet, but I’ve played the studio cut here. A now well-known Seger tune, Beautiful Loser but amazingly, made only No. 103 on the Billboard chart. Probably would have been Top 10 had he released it later, once he broke big.
  21. Bruce Springsteen, Point Blank . . . haunting song from The River album, one of the three Springsteen albums I consider my favorites and interchangeably rank 1,2, 3 – Born To Run, Darkness On The Edge Of Town and The River.
  22. Cream, Deserted Cities Of The Heart . . . so great. “Cream’ of the crop – the vocals/bass from Jack Bruce, Ginger Baker’s drumming and Eric Clapton’s guitar solo. Magnificent.
  23. Faces, Had Me A Real Good Time . . . and I did, yet again, in putting another show together. Thanks to any and all who tune/tuned in. Another great raunch and roller by one of the greatest raunch and roll bands ever.
  24. The Allman Brothers Band, End Of The Line . . . from 1991, from Shades of Two Worlds, the second post-reunion album with the new lineup featuring Warren Haynes. Yet another great tune from a great, great band, one of my all-time favorite groups.

CKMS Community Connections for 12 April 2021

Show Notes

There’s another lockdown for the Covid pandemic, and the Radio Waterloo studio remains closed. In good news, there are now vaccinations available in Waterloo Region, and there is lots of new music from local Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Palm Springs musicians (OK, Michael Gagliardi lives in Palm Springs, but he’s got a house in Kitchener, so that counts as KWCon to me!)

Since the program is all music, there’s no podcast. If you want to listen to the music again, tune in to CKMS-FM 102.7 Radio Waterloo, or click through the artist links in the music index and buy their music!

Music Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00 Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd
CKMS Community Connections
0m46s Barefoot in Cannes Michael Gagliardi Deluxe | Michael Anthony Gagliardi (Michael Gagliardi holding an electro-acoustic guitar)Deluxe
4m22s The Winds Of Catalina The Winds of Catalina | Michael Anthony Gagliardi (Michael Gagliardi holding a guitar on his shoulder in front of a harbour with sailboats and the Catalina casino in the background)
9m05s Fighting For You Manic Theatrics Fading Away | Manic Theatrics (3-tone illustration of many people talking to each other)Fading Away
12m28s Two Thirty Manic Theatrics | Two Thirty (pink/blue lettering)
16m31s Crimson Manic Theatrics (reverse silhouette of two hands holding marionnette control bars)
21m27s Boston Willy Nilly (closeup of playground equipment with a musical instrument labelled Boston)
23m40s Cool Now Willy Nilly | Confused and Rejuvenated (portrait of a man's head wearing blue sunglasses and smoking a cigarette)Confused and Rejuvenated
27m59s Outfits Flowers For Daniel Outfits (illustration of a man raising his collar while walking in a snowfall while a woman looks on from inside a window)
32m53s YWG (re-mastered) Flowers For Daniel | YWG (B&W image of a shark (?) over the water)
36m20s My Addiction Chris Cachia Chris Cachia | My Re:Collection (purple image of Chris Cachia holding a purple and yellow painting)My Re:Collection
39m26s My Diagnosis
43m18s My Resolve
49m06s Om Shanti ShantiMaya Ruminations of ShantiMaya (text in the style of Tamil script)Ruminations of ShantiMaya
49m32s Ruminations
57m39s Chant for Your Dragon King Syrinx
Syrinx | John Mills-Cockell, Doug Pringle, Alan Wells (illustration of a flying object over two animal heads)Syrinx

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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Revolution Rock

Revolution Rock | The best Punk, New Wave, Garage, Surf and Indie rock. 7-9pm every Saturday | Only on CJAM 99.1 FM | revrock.blogspot.comRevolution Rock is an award winning radio program on CJAM FM that first began broadcasting on CJAM’s airwaves in the late night hours of June 2004. Revolution Rock focuses on 60s garage rock, 70s punk/new wave, surf, alternative, indie and new/old music within those genres. The Revolution Rock blog provides band profiles, download links to the radio show, playlists and more.

Revolution Rock is hosted by Dave Konstantino and Adam Peltier on CJAM 99.1 FM (Windsor/Detroit). Dave is a freelance blogger/writer, musician and film maker. Download links to the show are provided by the CJAM website and can be found at the bottom of each play list on his blog.

Music Submissions:

Dave and Adam are always looking for bands that fit the format of the show (punk, post-punk, new wave, alternative, garage rock, etc). If you have a band you can send music to Dave and Adam, if they like it they will play it.

To send music:

ATTN: Revolution Rock
c/o University of Windsor/CJAM 99.1 FM
401 Sunset Ave.
Windsor, Ontario, N9B 3P4
[FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY]


Revolution Rock is syndicated on CKMS-FM from the NCRA Community Radio Exchange, and currently airs on Radio Waterloo CKMS-FM 102.7 on Tuesdays from 1:00am to 3:00am.

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage

  1. Outta My Head – Junkhouse (CanCon)
  2. Where Have All The Cowboys Gone? – Paula Cole
  3. Torn – Natalie Imbruglia
  4. Rage – Devision
  5. Cruel Summer – Ace of Base
  6. Never Too Late – Three Days Grace (CanCon)
  7. Betray – Hetriani (CanCon)
  8. Kryptonite – 3 Doors Down
  9. Brian Wilson – Barenaked Ladies (CanCon)
  10. Pedal to the Metal – Kazzer (CanCon)
  11. Pilot – Ian Thomas (CanCon)
  12. Till I Gain Control Again – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  13. I Love Rock and Roll –  Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
  14. Sultans of Swing – Dire Straits

 

 

Back Porch Bluegrass

Back Porch Bluegrass (Paul Trenwith playing banjo, FM98 logo in bottom right corner)
Paul Trenwith
Back Porch Bluegrass is hosted by Paul Trenwith, a founder member of the Hamilton County Bluegrass Band, playing banjo and occasionally singing harmony parts. From the mid-70’s to the mid-90’s, Paul and his fiddle-playing wife Colleen played as mostly gospel music, bluegrass-style, with a group of friends, and often featuring songs that Paul had written. He has become something of a musical ‘jack-of-all-trades’, playing banjo, dobro, pedal steel and rhythm guitar. He also plays double bass in the Hamilton-based Irish band. Paul has always been an enthusiastic advocate for and promoter of bluegrass music, and the show includes tracks from the classic bands, the traditional stylists and contemporary groups as well as some ‘roots’ bluegrass and new-grass. NZ and Australian bluegrass gets an airing, and every show includes some of his personal favourites.

Back Porch Bluegrass is produced by Free FM (New Zealand) and is syndicated on Radio Waterloo from the NCRA Community Radio Exchange.

Back Porch Bluegrass airs on Radio Waterloo on Fridays from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

Episode 4-Kindness For All

 

 

 

On today’s episode we are joined by the Founders of call4kindness sister Melissa and Shannon.

The gift of giving through kindness is one that you and I are able to share with others.

Please support the work and the projects call4kindness does for our community.

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, April 5, 2021

  1. Marvin Hamlisch, The Entertainer
  2. David Essex, Rock On
  3. Ray Stevens, The Streak
  4. Carl Douglas, Kung Fu Fighting
  5. The Archies, Sugar Sugar
  6. Hot Butter, Popcorn
  7. Blue Swede, Hooked On A Feeling (the ooga chucka intro song)
  8. Paper Lace, The Night Chicago Died
  9. Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Jackie Blue
  10. Maria Muldaur, Midnight At The Oasis
  11. Loudon Wainright III, Dead Skunk
  12. Billy Swan, I Can Help
  13. Jim Stafford, Spiders & Snakes
  14. Sugarloaf, Green Eyed Lady (single version)
  15. Sugarloaf, Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You
  16. Hot Chocolate, Emma
  17. Stories, Brother Louie
  18. The McCoys, Hang On Sloopy
  19. Sammy Johns, Chevy Van
  20. Petula Clark, Downtown
  21. Allan Sherman, Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (A Letter From Camp)
  22. Trini Lopez, If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song)
  23. The Lemon Pipers, Green Tambourine
  24. Sister Janet Mead, The Lord’s Prayer
  25. The Small Faces, Itchycoo Park
  26. Ace, How Long
  27. Albert Hammond, It Never Rains In Southern California
  28. Scott McKenzie, San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair)
  29. The Cowsills, Hair
  30. Edwin Starr, War
  31. The Fifth Dimension, Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In
  32. The Miracles, Going To A Go-Go
  33. Norman Greenbaum, Spirit In The Sky
  34. Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders, Game Of Love
  35. The Searchers, Love Potion No. 9
  36. Edward Bear, Last Song 

CKMS News – 2021-04-04 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup

Host: Melissa Bowman

In this episode we’ll take a bit of a tour through much of the region! I’ll share updates about a proposed development in New Hamburg that was met with some resistance from neighbours. There are many housing updates from Kitchener council including a unique partnership with the YWCA for new supportive housing. The Region also discussed housing as they approved a new development with an estimated 50 affordable housing units for the Beechwood neighbourhood. And finally, we will hear some updates from Waterloo council and the work they are doing on equity, diversity, and inclusion.

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., and other stories commissioned under the Local Journalism Initiative at canada-info.ca.

You can  follow us on twitter @RadioWaterloo. If you want to get in touch with comments, or ideas about stories to cover, email us at news@radiowaterloo.ca

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for April 3

  1. Somebody’s Watching Me – Rockwell
  2. They’re Coming to Take Me Away – Napoleon XIV
  3. I Think I’ll Disappear Now – The Crash Test Dummies (CanCon)
  4. Heartache Tonight – The Eagles
  5. When the Truth Comes Out – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  6. Carnival – Natalie Merchant
  7. In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
  8. The Weight – The Band (CanCon)
  9. Further Again – Staggered Crossing (CanCon)
  10. Say You, Say Me – Lionel Richie
  11. End of The World As We Know It – Great Big Sea
  12. Big League – Tom Cochrane (CanCon)
  13. Hippies and Cowboys – Cody Jinks
  14. Hair – The Cowsills

The Gems Of Life Show Getting Unstuck

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CKMS News – 2021-03-29 – It Takes A Village

Host: Trish Holmes

On today’s show are interviews with two different types of mutual aid and one interview with a charity.

The first interview is with the local chapter of Hockey Helps the Homeless, a long-standing charitable organization that raises money on behalf of local agencies.

The second interview is with Julie Sawatzky who started the 519 Community Collective during the dark days of the pandemic.

And finally, Father Toby Collins speaks about the affordable takeout dinner service started at St Mary’s Catholic Church in downtown Kitchener. Both last two are examples mutual aid within the community.

Each interview covers how the projects function, how they came to be, important initiatives, and ways to volunteer.

A picture with text. The picture is planks of wood, tightly placed beside each other. On the top right is a plate of food salad with arugula and tomatoes. There are two wooden spoons beside the plate sitting on a gingham cloth.  in Green text in the middle of the page is "519 Community Pantries" and below that in white text is "Take what you need. Leave what you can."
Used with permission from 519 Community Pantries.

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. You can access the archives of this show on radiowaterloo.ca/news or on the national LJI website.

The music on today’s show has been ‘Fat Cartoon Jazz’ by Purple Planet Music .

The accompanying photograph was obtained from truthseeker08 on Pixabay.com.

 

So Old It’s New set list: Monday, March 29, 2021

  1. J. Geils Band, First I Look At The Purse (live)
  2. The Who, Heaven And Hell (Live at Leeds version)
  3. Led Zeppelin, The Song Remains The Same
  4. Status Quo, Big Fat Mama
  5. The Rolling Stones, Too Tough
  6. Ancient Relic, Independence Or Death
  7. Iron Maiden, Two Minutes To Midnight
  8. Nazareth, Not Faking It
  9. Black Sabbath, The Writ
  10. Deep Purple, Place In Line
  11. Rainbow, Sixteenth Century Greensleeves
  12. Drive-By Truckers, Lookout Mountain
  13. Mountain, Never In My Life
  14. Groundhogs, Cherry Red
  15. Rush, A Passage To Bangkok
  16. Mott The Hoople, Thunderbuck Ram
  17. Aerosmith, Sick As A Dog
  18. Vanilla Fudge, Street Walking Woman
  19. T. Rex, Raw Ramp
  20. Blue Oyster Cult, Dominance And Submission
  21. Thin Lizzy, Bad Reputation
  22. Queen, Brighton Rock
  23. Neil Young and Crazy Horse, T-Bone

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for March 27

  1. Nightmares – Hetriani (CanCon)
  2. I See a Darkness – Johnny Cash
  3. Unloved – Jann Arden and Jackson Browne (CanCon)
  4. Fare Thee Well Love – The Rankin Family (CanCon)
  5. Tokyo – Bruce Cockburn (CanCon)
  6. Maneater – Hall and Oates
  7. I’m on Fire – Bruce Springsteen
  8. Wild Horses – Gino Vannelli
  9. Remember Everything – FFDP
  10. The Ghosts That Haunt Me – Crash Test Dummies (CanCon)
  11. Love Child – Diana Ross and The Supremes
  12. Summer Long – Emm Gryner (CanCon)
  13. Sad Nights – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  14. Where the River Flows – Collective Soul
  15. The Famous Final Scene – Bob Seger

CKMS News – 2021-03-25 – The KW Community Fridge is solidarity through mutual aid

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Host: Trish Holmes

In 2019,  10% of households in Waterloo Region experienced food insecurity. That’s close to 20,000 people struggling to provide food for themselves or their family, and these numbers most certainly increased during 2020. Food charities, such as the Food Bank, are underfunded and oversubscribed. Despite good efforts, hunger in our community persists. With an appreciation of the complex nature of hunger,  groups of individuals are stepping up to help their neighbours and fill in the gaps.

A group of Waterloo Region residents recently started a community fridge to facilitate access to high quality food and to reduce food waste in the area.

The KW Community Fridge sits at the back entrance of Full Circle Foods in downtown Kitchener at 3 Charles St West and is the first of its kind in this Region. We talked to Kamil Ahmed, one of the organizers, about the fridge and how it is going.

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. You can access the archives of this show on radiowaterloo.ca/news or on the national LJI website.

The music on today’s show has been ‘Fat Cartoon Jazz’ by Purple Planet Music .

 

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, March 22, 2021

  1. Reunion, Life Is A Rock (But The Radio Rolled Me)
  2. Jose Feliciano, Walk Right In
  3. Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack, Science Fiction/Double Feature
  4. The Rolling Stones, 100 Years Ago
  5. Talking Heads, Memories Can’t Wait
  6. Patti Smith Group, Babelogue/Rock N Roll Nigger
  7. Jimi Hendrix, Like A Rolling Stone (live at Monterey Pop Festival)
  8. Lou Rawls, Dead End Street (live at Monterey Pop Festival)
  9. Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Run Gypsy Run
  10. The Monkees, She Hangs Out
  11. Queen, Innuendo
  12. Tom Waits w/Bette Midler, I Never Talk To Strangers
  13. Rod Stewart, You Got A Nerve
  14. Gordon Lightfoot, You Are What I Am
  15. Styx, One With Everything
  16. Marvin Gaye, Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
  17. Van Morrison, And The Healing Has Begun
  18. Bad Company, Like Water
  19. David + David, A Rock For The Forgotten
  20. King Crimson, Red
  21. Genesis, Supper’s Ready

CKMS Community Connections for 22 March 2021 – New Releases for Spring

Show Notes

It’s the first CKMS Community Connections show of spring, when grass is growing, birds are singing, and new music is released. The studio remains closed due to Covid so there’s no interviews, but we have lots of newly released music with several tracks from local Waterloo Region musicians!


Photo of Courtney Wolfe with arms outstretched
Courtney Wolfe

Courtney Wolfe

From Waterloo Region!


Jesse Maxwell at the microphone
Jesse Maxwell

Jesse Maxwell

Listen to the interview with Jesse Maxwell from 23 December 2019


Photo of Ley Vara, Photo Credit: Anita Kaenchanh
Ley Vara

Ley Vara

From Waterloo Region!


Photo of Craig Stickland wearing a leather jacket and leaning against a door
Craig Stickland

Craig Stickland


Photo of JP Sunga at a microphone holding a guitar
JP SUNGA

JP SUNGA

From Waterloo Region!


Black and white photo of Laura Niquay with her face in shadows
Laura Niquay

Laura Niquay


Members of Willy Nilly playing on swings
Willy Nilly

Willy Nilly


Photo of Tarek Jafar and Justin Tessier, members of The Blue Stones
The Blue Stones: Tarek Jafar and Justin Tessier

The Blue Stones


Gabriel Baragan and Cristian Iesan of Beast and Fish (selfie with instruments)
Gabriel Baragan and Cristian Iesan of Beast & Fish

Beast & Fish

Listen to the interview with Gabriel Baragan of Beast & Fish from 24 August 2020.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2021-03-22-episode081.mp3 (57.8 MB, 1h00m07s, episode 081)

Music Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m40s Bad Courtney Wolfe (single)
3m09s Unmoved (single)
7m41s I’ll Make You Jesse Maxwell (single)
11m18s Not Enough Time Ley Vara Not Enough Time
14m14s Red Flag Red Flag
17m39s While We Wait For The Sun To Rise Craig Stickland Baked
20m54s Enemy
24m32s In My Bones JP SUNGA (single)
28m41s For Your Sympathy (Feat. Mark Pelli) (single)
34m24s Nicto Kicko Laura Niquay Waska Matisiwin
37m29s Mystery Meats Willy Nilly Confused and Rejuvenated
40m49s What Are We Gonna Do If The Drugs Run Out
44m56s Spirit The Blue Stones Hidden Gems
48m50s I Am Beast & Fish PLAY WITH ME
52m38s Vegas
56m00s Red And Blue

CKMS Community Connections Hour One airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Monday from 11:00am to Noon, and Hour Two airs on Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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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Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage

  1. Possession – Sarah McLachlan (CanCon)
  2. Pull Me Through – Jim Cuddy (CanCon)
  3. Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
  4. In Hell I’ll Be In Good Company – The Dead South (CanCon)
  5. Casey Jones – The Greatful Dead
  6. The Boys of Summer – Don Henley
  7. The Old Apartment – Barenaked Ladies (CanCon)
  8. Ready for the Times to Get Better  – Cody Jinks
  9. Never Too Late – Three Days Grace (CanCon)
  10. One More Astronaut – I Mother Earth (CanCon)
  11. Numb – Holly McNarland (CanCon)
  12. When The Levee Breaks – A Perfect Circle
  13. Legendary – Hetriani (CanCon)

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On today’s show we talk about various topics and we invite you to engage with us.

What is your biggest AHA moments in 2020?

What has been your biggest challenge and lessons during the pandemic?

Today’s invitation to smile, be kind and it’s its laughing day, make someone happy today.

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CKMS News – 2021-03-18 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup 8

Host: Melissa Bowman

In this episode we’ll hear updates on the community working group on the vaccine rollout and the latest decisions at this month’s Regional Council meeting. Kitchener had some committee meetings on March 8th and we’ll take a closer look at their discussions on the Regional Official Plan review and how it could impact Kitchener specifically. It wouldn’t be a Waterloo Region Weekly Round-up episode if we didn’t discuss housing, so I’ll share a bit from the Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation’s recent Do More Good Dialogue on the Intersection of Housing and Race.

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., and other stories commissioned under the Local Journalism Initiative at canada-info.ca.

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