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

 

 

CKMS Community Connections for 21 September 2020 with JSP and Felix Ranchero of the Atardecer Ranchero program

Show Notes

Bob Jonkman interviews musician JSP, and co-hosts the program with Felix Ranchero of Atardecer Ranchero, which airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 on Thursdays from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

JSP (wearing a sheepskin coat with the collar covering his mouth)
JSP

JSP

The interview starts at 9m12s.

Online:


Atardecer Rancher | CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo | Horario de 04:00pm - 06:00pm | Tiempo del Este | Tel: 519-884-2567

Atardecer Ranchero / Dusk On The Ranch

Atardecer Ranchero currently airs on CKMS-FM 102.7 every Thursday afternoon from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.

Online:

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-09-21-episode060.mp3 (56.4 MB, 58m37s, episode 060)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m26s Hostages Cooless Cooless | Hostages (high-colour illustration of a young girl holding a gun)
Hostages
4m45s The End Begins
7m20s Bio info for Cooless, trying to introduce JSP
8m21s Becky’s Back Cooless Cooless | Hostages (high-colour illustration of a young girl holding a gun)
Hostages
9m12s Talking to JSP about Don’t Worry, his new single made during quarantine; the ideas that led to the single, distribution on radio and Spotify; “JSP” was “Jay Superior”, discussing earlier works, and JSP’s art in other media. Talking about JSP’s studio and equipment, live performances. Introducing Don’t Worry.
23m51s Don’t Worry JSP Picture of JSP, upside down
(single)
28m09s Discussion with Felix Ranchero of Atardecer Ranchero / Dusk On The Ranch, Felix’s history on radio, language differences between Salvadorean and European Spanish. A bit of history of Bob Jonkman, too. Talking about community radio, how community radio works, involvement of the community. Talking about Jenniefer Stronge’s vision for CKMS Community Connections. Promoting the Host Your Own Show program, playing Rob Curwain’s HYOS promo.
50m37s Coward Of The County Kenny Rogers Kenny Rogers | Coward Of The County (logo at the top, portrait of Kenny Rogers below)
Coward Of The County
54m49s Val Scheer promotes Host Your Own Show, how to listen to Radio Waterloo and Atardecer Ranchero; end credits
57m54s That Ain’t Me Anymore James Blacktop and The Boys & I That Ain't Me Anymore - The Boys & I (album cover)Single

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YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 21 September 2020

Extra Bonus Footage

Posted by Felix Ranchero on Monday, September 21, 2020

Facebook: Felix Ranchero was live.

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 21, 2020

1. Moon Martin, Five Days Of Fever
2. Pete Townshend, Cat’s In The Cupboard
3. Chrissie Hynde, Dark Sunglasses
4. Paris, Religion
5. Neil Young, Bite The Bullet
6. Family, The Weaver’s Answer
7. Townes Van Zandt, Fare Thee Well, Miss Carousel
8. America, Don’t Cross The River
9. FM, One O’Clock Tomorrow
10. Robert Plant, Messin’ With The Mekon
11. J.J. Cale, Mama Don’t
12. Mick Jagger, Hang On To Me Tonight
13. Leon Russell, Tight Rope
14. Elvis Presley, Rubberneckin’ (remix version, from 2nd to None compilation)
15. Rod Stewart, Attractive Female Wanted
16. Pink Floyd, Your Possible Pasts
17. Billy Joel, Ain’t No Crime
18. U2, Surrender
19. Guns N’ Roses, Estranged
20. Scorpions, Virgin Killer
21. Goddo, Under My Hat
22. Eric Clapton, Old Love (live, from 24 Nights)

Rob’s Rewind – Show 30 SONG LIST

FIRST AIRED SEPTEMBER 20TH, 2020

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  1. The Witch Queen of New Orleans – Redbone
  2. The Israelites – Desmond Dekker
  3. Who Needs Ya – Steppenwolf
  4. It’s Still Rock and Roll to Me – Billy Joel
  5. Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times Sake) – Freddie Jackson
  6. Children Laughing – Mashmakhan
  7. Fire Baby, I’m On Fire – Andy Kim
  8. Love Is All Around – The Troggs
  9. Ride A Wild Horse – Dee Clark
  10. One More Mountain To Climb – Dr. Music
  11. Slow Ride – Foghat
  12. Hyperactive – Thomas Dolby
  13. Your Generation – Generation X

Eclectic Garage for September 19

Get You in The Morning – Crash Test Dummies (CanCon)

Heart of Gold – Neil Young (CanCon)

No Regrets – Tom Cochrane (CanCon)

Shimmer – Fuel

Mr. Jones – Counting Crows

Like a Stone – Audio Slave

The Weight – The Band (CanCon)

5 Days in May – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)

Everything to Everyone – Everclear

Tomorrow – Silverchair

Mack the Knife – Bobby Darin

No Rain – Blind Mellon

Walk of Life – “Shooter” Jennings

Life in the Fast Lane – The Eagles

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 14, 2020

1. Led Zeppelin, In The Evening
2. Van Halen, The Seventh Seal
3. Deep Purple, Hard Lovin’ Man
4. Judas Priest, Never Satisfied
5. Queen, Brighton Rock
6. Fu Manchu, Regal Begal
7. The Rolling Stones, Crazy Mama
8. Little Feat, Texas Twister
9. Pretenders, Gotta Wait
10. Blackfoot, Train, Train
11. Grand Funk Railroad, Aimless Lady
12. Whitesnake, Blindman
13. Bruce Springsteen, Adam Raised A Cain
14. Arc Angels, Sent By Angels
15. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Dirty Pool
16. Roy Buchanan, Five String Blues
17. The Lovin’ Spoonful, Darlin’ Companion
18. Sea Level, Midnight Pass
19. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Wasted Life
20. ZZ Top, Vincent Price Blues
21. Led Zeppelin, Achilles Last Stand
set 2 (4 hour show this week)
22. Rush, The Camera Eye
23. Big Sugar, Three Minute Song
24. Bruce Cockburn, Incandescent Blue
25. The Police, Demolition Man
26. Elvis Costello and The Attractions, Riot Act
27. Genesis, Like It Or Not
28. The Who, 1921
29. Frank Zappa, The Torture Never Stops
30. Pink Floyd, San Tropez
31. Heart, White Lightning & Wine
32. Ian Dury, Jack Shit George
33. Nash The Slash, Dopes On The Water
34. Doug and The Slugs, Tropical Rainstorm
35. The Velvet Underground, New Age
36. Klaatu, Little Neutrino
37. Jimi Hendrix, Message To Love (live, from Band of Gypsys)
38. Kansas, Death Of Mother Nature Suite
39. Badfinger, It’s Over

CKMS Community Connections for 14 September 2020 with Shiv Talwar and Robyn LeBron-Anders of the Spiritual Heritage Education Network

Show Notes

Shiv Talwar at the microphone
Shiv Talwar
Robyn LeBron-Anders
Robyn LeBron-Anders
Shiv Talwar and Robyn LeBron-Anders join Bob Jonkman to talk about the Spiritual Heritage Education Network (SHEN), the upcoming “Teaching Unity in Diversity” conference, the books they’ve written. Shiv even conducts a breathing workshop for Bob!

The interview starts at 3m44s.

Spiritual Heritage Education Network:

Robyn Lebron-Anders

Deep Breathing Sessions

Deep Breathing Sessions with Shiv Talwar are held every Monday evening from 7:00pm to 8:30pm on Zoom through the Civic Hub Online. Workshops are on hold while Shiv is giving lectures and preparing for the conference; they’ll resume on Monday, 5 October 2020.

Session details:

Saturday, September 26 (10:00am – 12:30pm, EDT)
  • Introduction to the Spiritual Heritage Education Network (SHEN)
  • Sharing of SHEN’s work over the past 20 years’ contemplative education
  • The proposal to re-envision and redesign education
Sunday, October 4 (10:00am – 12:30pm, EDT)
  • What is holistic science?
  • The convergence of metaphysics, scripture, and modern science
Saturday, October 10 (10:00am – 12:30pm, EDT)
  • Why contemplative education?
  • What does it help us see and learn that we can’t from traditional education models?
  • How do we get there?
  • Examples of contemplative education from the past and present. How does it inform our work?
Sunday, October 18 (10:00am – 12:30pm, EDT)
  • Overview of conference working sessions to date and next steps for the proposal
  • Integrating contemplative education in educational models worldwide and implications for public policy

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Agenda for each session:

  • 10:00am — 10:10am: Introductions
  • 10:10am — 11:00am: Presentation and comment/reflection on key theme
  • 11:00am — 11:15am: Break
  • 11:15am — 12:30pm: Curated discussions

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-09-14-episode059.mp3 (55.4 MB, 57m36s, episode 059)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m26s Slip Away D. Marvan Slip Away | D. Marvan (yellow letters on an indistinct B&W background)
(single)
3m44s Shiv Talwar introduces the Envision the Future of Education conference, SHEN, the Spiritual Heritage Education Network, and the goals of the organization and the conference. Robyn LeBron-Anders will speak at the conference to put Shiv’s ideas into layman’s language.
23m14s Kids Cooless Cooless | Hostages (high-colour illustration of a young girl holding a gun)
Hostages
24m37s Royal Blue
25m00s Shiv gives Bob a personalized workshop on breathing.
37m55s Mario Takes A Walk Jesse Cook Jesse Cook Gravity (B&W photo of Jesse Cook balancing a guitar on one finger)
Gravity
41m34s Talking to Robyn LeBron-Anders about her books and the work she’s done on creating world religion courses. Final thoughts: Think of your children and grandchildren, and how they can live in harmony with the rest of the world.
54m26s Invierno
and end credits
Juneyt Passion + Music | Juneyt | Fuego (a swirl of red and yellow flames)
Fuego

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YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 14 September 2020

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Rob’s Rewind – Show 29 SONG LIST

FIRST AIRED SEPTEMBER 13TH, 2020

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  1. Little Lies – Fleetwood Mac
  2. Tarzan Boy – Baltimora
  3. Rainshowers – Michel Pagliaro
  4. On The Beat – BB and Q Band
  5. Swing Your Daddy – Jim Gilstrap
  6. Slaughter in Robot Village – FM
  7. High School Queen – MOXY
  8. (Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher And Higher – Rita Coolidge
  9. Fire On High – Electric Light Orchestra
  10. Freight Train – The Canadian Sweethearts
  11. Oh, Pretty Woman – John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers
  12. One Last Kiss – The J. Gelis Band
  13. Freedom Come, Freedom Go – Fortunes

Eclectic Garage September 12, 2020

  • Matthew Good Band – Indestructible (CanCon)
  • Fiona Apple – Shadow Boxer
  • Butthole Surfers – Pepper
  • Dianna Ross and the Supremes – Love Child
  • Ginn Blossoms – Till I Hear it From You
  • Tori Amos – Cornflake Girl
  • Disturbed – The Light
  • The Tea Party – Save Me (CanCon)
  • Eisenfunk – Super Space Invaders
  • Lit – My Worst Enemy
  • Ian Thomas – Pilot (CanCon)
  • Alanis Morissette – You Oughta Know (CanCon)
  • Buffalo Springfield – For What it’s Worth
  • Blue Rodeo – Rose Coloured Glasses (CanCon)

Changemakers Ep – Photo 51 – The DNA Lady – Part 1

What happens behind closed doors in prestigious university labs comes out slowly, in trails of information and bits of knowledge, or sometimes none at all, to the point where the wrong people will get awarded, and the right people may even die young, like what happened to one Rosalind Franklin. This is her story, of a young woman with ambition and talent, and her journey to discover the double helix, the structure of the DNA, and the deceit and intrigue that lurked in the background that wasn’t discovered until much later. Some don’t even know it until today.

CKMS News – 2020-09-07 – Doctors for Defunding Police

Host: Ivan Angelovski

On May 27, 2020, in the High Park neighbourhood in Toronto, Regis Korchinski-Paquet, a 29-year-old black-indigenous woman, ended up dead after an encounter with Toronto police. The police were originally called by her mother to try to de-escalate an unsafe mental health situation.

All of this is under several investigations, so I’m very careful with words.

One of those investigations – the one by the Special Investigations Unit, the SIU – unit that’s supposed to investigate police misconduct in Ontario, cleared all the police officers that were at the scene.

The decision sparked a new set of anti-racism protests across Canada, a series of protests started after the murder of George Floyd in the States.

Whatever the truth is, and probably only people who were in that apartment know what it is, the case goes to the list of cases in which people with mental problems ended up dead after coming across police officers in Ontario, like Ejaz Choudry, Ian Pryce, and Andrew Loku, among others.

In Toronto, an organization Doctors for defunding police started a petition, now signed by 622 Canadian doctors and health professionals, warning that policing in this country is a public health crisis and calling for a change on how this society is reacting to mental health, and other issues.

In this program, we’re talking with doctor Suzanne Shoush and medical student Semir Bulle, from the University of Toronto who started the organization.

Background:
The letter and signatories can be found here: https://doctorsfordefundingpolice.com/ and oyu can find Doctors for Defunding the Police on twitter: @DrsDefundPolice

Download audio: https://soundfm.s3.amazonaws.com/CKMSNews-202-09-07-DoctorsForDefundingThePolice.mp3

White text in all capitals on a black background reading "Wellness checks should never be a death sentence." @drsdefundpolice"
White text in all capitals on a black background reading “Wellness checks should never be a death sentence.” @drsdefundpolice”. Image courtesy of Doctors For Defunding Polcie


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.

Rebel Time Radio – September ,

  1. Adolescents – Disease
  2. The  Subhumans (Canada) – People Of The Plague
  3. Bad Religion – Germs Of Perfection
  4. GBH – Sick Boy
  5. Subhumans – Germ
  6. Therapy – Omen
  7. LILIM – Floating Down
  8. Holy Spirit – Race To The Bottom
  9. Dragged In – Come Out Swinging
  10. Chain Whip – Laguna Beach
  11. Artificial Dissemination – Gimmie
  12. Dead Cells – Electric
  13. Spectres – Pictures From Occupied Europe
  14. Ötzi – Outer Bounds
  15. Rudimentary Peni – Wilfred Owen The Chances
  16. SNFU – Victims Of The Womanizer
  17. SNFU – I Forget
  18. SNFU – Cockatoo Quill
  19. SNFU – Fate
  20. SNFU – This Is A Goodbye

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Sept. 7, 2020

1. Glenn Miller, In The Mood
2. The Rolling Stones, If You Can’t Rock Me/Get Off Of My Cloud (live, from Love You Live)
3. Pretenders, Turf Accountant Daddy
4. The Who, She Rocked My World
5. John Lennon, I Don’t Wanna Be A Soldier Mama
6. The Beatles, Cry Baby Cry (mono version)
7. XTC, Wake Up
8. The Doors, Summer’s Almost Gone
9. AC/DC, Burnin’ Alive
10. David + David, All Alone In The Big City
11. Can, She Brings The Rain
12. Taj Mahal, Take A Giant Step
13. Budgie, Zoom Club
14. John Mayall, Night Flyer
15. Savoy Brown, Poor Girl
16. Santana, Aqua Marine
17. Fleetwood Mac, Sands Of Time
18. Yes, Then
19. Van Morrison, You’re My Woman
20. Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker, Boogie Chillen No. 2

CKMS Community Connections for 7 September 2020 with Amanda Di Battista from the Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems

Show Notes

Amanda Di Battista at the microphone
Amanda Di Battista
Amanda Di Battista, project coordinator with the Laurier Centre For Sustainable Food Systems joins Bob Jonkman to talk about the research work of the Centre, and the Handpicked Podcast.

The interview starts at 5m56s.

Logo for LCSFS

Laurier Centre for Sustainable Food Systems Online:

Amanda Di Battista:


Handpicked (letter I replaced by a carrot about to be picked)

Handpicked Podcast Online:

The Handpicked Podcast airs on Radio Waterloo on Fridays at 10:00am.

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-09-07-episode058.mp3 (56.9 MB, 59m13s, episode 058)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m42s First Step Sidestreet Dive Sidestreet Dive (typewriter text on plain background)Sidestreet Dive
5m56s Introducing Amanda Di Battista and the Handpicked Podcast; sustainable food systems from seed to compost: localized, ecologically regenerative, socially just, fair, economically viable.

1 in 8 households, and 1 in 6 children are food insecure, don’t have access to or are unable to afford healthy food. It’s worse in Indigenous and Black communities. We need to move people out of poverty so they are able to eat well, and have culturally appropriate food. People across Canada have some of those solutions which are culturally appropriate and help combat climate change.

Research from PROOF on national food insecurity: https://proof.utoronto.ca/food-insecurity/

Waterloo Region on food insecurity in the region: https://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/living-here/affordable-food.aspx

Discussing how climate change affects people’s food supply, affected by stewardship of the land. Through the Handpicked Podcast researchers are sharing information across communities in new ways.

Talking about reslience at the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems, including dealing with Covid-19. Dr. Theresa Schumilas and the Open Food Network offers a new way to participate in food markets, allowing people to pivot and respond to the pandemic. It’s totally Open Source and socially just. Allows both producer to retailer, and direct to consumer, eg. Bailey’s Local Food.

Talking about researchers in the field, eg. Dr. Schumilas, looking at food sovereignty, people’s right to food, and linking that with technological sovereignty, the right for people to control their own data. Building trust relationships with communities, determining what research will meet their needs. Working in “Participatory Action Research” or “Community Driven Research”; the Centre works on several projects, amongst them FLEdGE (Food: Locally Embedded, Globally Engaged), international projects in Brazil and Kenya, as well as policy work at the national and global levels.

24m25s Climate Rag (or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Embrace Change) Jeremy Gignoux Jeremy Gignoux | Cinacoustic (illustration of musical instruments cavorting)Cinacoustic
28m16s The UNESCO Chair on Food, Biodiversity, and Sustainability Studies with chairholder Dr. Alison Blay-Palmer of LCSFS. Amanda lists the wide network of organizations in international areas.

Talking about the City Region Food Systems toolkit, including pandemics and Covid-19 response. Using the UNESCO chair to build more robust networks in Waterloo Region.

Working with the Waterloo Region Food System Round Table.

Urban encroachment on rural areas? Perhaps in the more food-insecure areas.

35m56s Cold Nights Busty And The Bass Eddie (solarized image of people on the side of a red mountain)Eddie
38m27s Sustainable Food Systems as both a cause and a solution to the global climate crisis, a lever for change. Also, Covid-19 is a window into interesting solutions.

Dr. Alison Blay-Palmer is working with CC-UNESCO, other universities, on how to recover from Covid-19, keeping the environment and food systems in mind. The Building Back Better task force, and position papers in iPolitics. How/where to spend recovery money to have the biggest effect. Prioritizing equity, social justice, and the environmental in the recovery.

Funding for LCSFS comes from Laurier University for operational costs; research is funded through grant writing, some from SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council), government support (some international). No industry funding, so no conflict with research.

Handpicked: Stories From The Field is the LCSFS podcast. There are six episodes in the first season, hosted by Amanda Di Battista and Laine Young, available on all the regular podcast outlets. Telling the stories of the researchers at the LCSFS. This is a way to get the research out into the public, directly from the researchers themselves. Quick synopsis of some current episodes, and next season. Talking about Season 1, Episode 6, the Open Food Network, activist coders, Open Source Software, and the Free Software resources in Waterloo Region.

Talking about Hold The Line celebrating municipal legislation and protecting rural areas from urban encroachment. How other municipalities imagine their roles in sustainable food systems.

Podcasts as a research tool, provides open access to research. Podcasts bring research to life.

58m28s Time Time Double Time Time and end credits. 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.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 7 September 2020

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Rob’s Rewind – Show 28 SONG LIST

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  1. Milk And Alcohol – Dr. Feelgood
  2. Karma Chameleon – Culture Club
  3. Liars – Ian Thomas
  4. Alright Alright Alright – Mungo Jerry
  5. Light My Fire – The Doors
  6. Little By Little – Eyes of Dawn
  7. Long Long Time To Get Old – Great Speckled Bird
  8. You’re The One That I Want – John Travolta & Olivia Newton John
  9. Bennie And The Jets – Elton John
  10. Shotdown – April Wine
  11. Elusive Butterfly – Bob Lind
  12. To Be With You – Gallery
  13. Down by The River – Joey Gregorash
  14. Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel – Tavares

Val Scheer’s Eclectic Garage for September 5, 2020

ECLECTIC GARAGE FOR SEPTEMBER 5, 2020

 

  1. Primitive Radio Gods – Standing Outside a Broken Phonebooth with Money in My Hand
  2. Blue Rodeo – Piranha Pool (CanCon)
  3. Mazy Star – Fade into You
  4.  3 Days Grace – Never Too Late (CanCon)
  5. Neil Young – Harvest Moon (CanCon)
  6. Sarah McLachlan – Into the Fire (CanCon)
  7. Johnny Cash – Ain’t No Grave (Can Hold Me Down)
  8. Mean Mary – Iron Horse
  9. K’s Choice – Not and Addict
  10. Eve 6 – Inside Out
  11. The Refreshments – Banditos
  12. Holly McNarland – Numb (CanCon)
  13. Age of Electric – Remote Control (CanCon)
  14. The Tragically Hip – Ahead by a Century (CanCon)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 31/20

1. Meat Loaf, Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back
2. Eagles, On The Border
3. The Rolling Stones, Dance Little Sister
4. The Band, Get Up Jake
5. Coverdale/Page, Absolution Blues
6. Spooky Tooth, Luger’s Groove/I Am The Walrus
7. Vanilla Fudge, Some Velvet Morning
8. Deep Purple, The Power Of The Moon
9. Chris Isaak, Baby Did A Bad Bad Thing
10. Creedence Clearwater Revival, Born To Move
11. Elton John, All The Nasties
12. Billy Preston, That’s The Way God Planned It (live, The Concert for Bangladesh)
13. Isaac Hayes, (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right
14. James Brown, Out Of Sight
15. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fortune Faded
16. Jeff Beck, Eternity’s Breath/Stratus (live at Ronnie Scott’s)
17. Thin Lizzy, Johnny The Fox Meets Jimmy The Weed (from Live and Dangerous)
18. Simon & Garfunkel, Baby Driver
19. Dire Straits, Skateaway
20. Jethro Tull, Singing All Day
21. Genesis, Los Endos (live, interpolating Squonk and Dance On A Volcano, from Seconds Out)

CKMS Community Connections for 31 August 2020 with James Blacktop and Marc Reilly of The Boys & I

Show Notes

James Blacktop wearing headphones
James Blacktop
James Blacktop joins Bob Jonkman in the studio, and Marc Reilly is on the phone as we talk about The Boys & I and the upcoming release of their first single, That Ain’t Me Anymore.

The interview starts at 4m08s.

Online:

That Ain’t Me Anymore (Lyric Video)

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-08-31-episode057.mp3 (56.6 MiBytes, 59m00s, episode 057)

Podcast Index

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The Boys And I
The Boys And I in the studio on 19 August 2019: Adom Postma, Marc Reilly, James Blacktop, Luke Ducharme.
  • 0m00s: CKMS Community Connections themeSteve Todd
  • 0m23s: Angel In DisguiseJames Blacktop
  • 4m07s: James Blacktop is the first musical guest to come back for a repeat visit; talking about recording the single That Ain’t Me Anymore; this is a single, no EP yet; James and Marc Reilly playing a few gigs; That Ain’t Me Anymore is Marc’s first commercial recording. Introducing the band: Luke Ducharme, percussion, has started a family and has left the band, Nathan Bonassin is now the drummer, Marc Reilly is lead guitar, Adom Postma is the bass player. James introduces Lay Down Easy.
  • 11m56s: Lay Down EasyJames Blacktop, Live, On-Air, In-Studio!
  • 15m34s: That’s new music! Going from idea to production; talking about collaboration; mentioning Book of Counted Sorrows; Marc’s inspiration for music combines with James’s music; writing down the music; James gets the lyrics first, notes some chords, than passes to Marc to flesh out the music; introducing Book Of Counted Sorrows.
  • 23m40s: Book Of Counted Sorrows – performed by James Blacktop, music by Marc Reilly, live, in-studio
  • 27m47: Origins of Book Of Counted Sorrows; James Blacktop’s studio equipment, and on live gigs; cancelled gigs and internet gigs; starting live gigs again with plastic screens separating musicians from the audience; toying with new songs during quarantine.
  • 38m40s: Lovers In A Dangerous TimeJames Blacktop, live, in-studio
  • 43m40s: Playing cover songs at live gigs; releasing That Ain’t Me Anymore on all the usual online and streaming locations; practising when not performing; Adom Postma on YouTube Chat; trying collaboration software during quarantine; the story behind That Ain’t Me Anymore; a brief listen of last year’s studio recording; alterations to the song since last year; James and Marc chat while Bob finds the track to play.
  • 53m45s: That Ain’t Me AnymoreJames Blacktop and The Boys & I
  • 57m56s: 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.

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Bonus Footage

YouTube: CKMS Community Connections for 31 August 2020

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Rob’s Rewind – Show 27 SONG LIST

FIRST AIRED AUGUST 30TH, 2020

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  1. Seven Drunken Nights – The Dubliners

  2. Mr Pleasant – The Kinks

  3. It’s My Time – The Mynah Birds w/ Rick James & Neil Young

  4. Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car – Billy Ocean

  5. Forever Now – Cold Chisel

  6. Tribulation – Earth, Roots and Water

  7. Can’t You Do It Now – Gary & Dave

  8. Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone – The Temptations

  9. Motor Bikin’ – Chris Spedding

  10. Signs – Five Man Electrical Band

  11. Rock On – David Essex

  12. Make Me Do Anything You Want – A Foot in Coldwater

Eclectic Garage for August 29

Eclectic Garage for August 29, 2020

 

  • North Country – The Rankin Family (CanCon)
  • Shenandoah – Tennessee Ernie Ford
  • The Weight – The Band (CanCon)
  • Uninvited – Alanis Morissette (CanCon)
  • Hello – Lionel Richie
  • I Wish You Well – Tom Cochrane and Red Rider (CanCon)
  • Tougher than the Rest – Emmylou Harris
  • Superman’s Dead – Our Lady Peace (CanCon)
  • Momma Sed – Puscifer
  • Pacing the Cage – Bruce Cockburn (CanCon)
  • Already Gone – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  • Let’s Make a Deal – Dangerman
  • Secret Agent Man – Johnny Rivers
  • King of the Road – Roger Miller
  • Highway Junkie – Chris Knight

CKMS Community Connections for 27 August 2020 with Mike Ingenue & April Desrochers of Struggles of the City: Kitchener-Waterloo

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Show Notes

In this episode we talk with Mike and April of “Struggles of the City: Kitchener Waterloo”. We discussed their backgrounds and what made them want to become involved with the less fortunate. Also, their work with “Struggles of the City” and how it came gained traction. We also talk about their involvement with Lot 42.

Mike Ingenue & April Desrochers from Struggles of the City: Kitchener-Waterloo

The interview starts at 2:15 PM.

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Podcast

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Podcast Index

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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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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.

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