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  1. Coming Home Christmas – Edward Bear
  2. Lonely This Christmas – MUD
  3. A Spaceman Came Travelling – Chris de Burgh
  4. I’ll Be Home for Christmas – Anne Murray
  5. Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto – James Brown
  6. Little Becky’s Christmas Wish – Becky Lamb
  7. Reggae Christmas – Bryan Adams
  8. Celebrate Me Home – Kenny Loggins
  9. The Bell That Couldn’t Jingle – Bobby Vinton
  10. The 12 Days of Christmas – Bob and Doug McKenzie
  11. 25th of Last December – Roberta Flack
  12. My Boyfriend’s Coming Home for Christmas – Toni Wine
  13. Christmas Must Be Tonight – The Band
  14. It Doesn’t Have to be That Way – Jim Croce
  15. December Will Be Magic Again – Kate Bush
  16. Takin’ Care of Christmas – Randy Bachman

Eclectic Garage for December 19

  1. Nights in White Satin – The Moody Blues
  2. A Long December – Counting Crows
  3. Numb – Holly McNarland (CanCon)
  4. Nightshift – Commodores
  5. Against the Wind – Bob Seger
  6. Swallowed – Bush
  7. Hetriani – Legendary (CanCon)
  8. Land of Confusion – Disturbed
  9. Lovers in a Dangerous Time – Bruce Cockburn (CanCon)
  10. Lullaby – Shawn Mullins
  11. Long Hard Life – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  12. Brick – Ben Folds Five
  13. Silent Night – Johnny Cash

CKMS News – 2020-12-17 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup

Host: Melissa Bowman

On this week’s show I start with the discussion Wilmot council is once again having regarding Wilmot Mayor Les Armstrong’s Facebook Post that suggested that the Black Lives Matter movement is a hoax. 

I’ll share details about that meeting and Council’s reaction to the Integrity Commissioner’s report based on his actions. Kitchener is one step closer to having a downtown cycling grid and I’ll outline some highlights from that committee discussion. 

Lastly, I’ll dive into the details of Waterloo council’s recent decisions on equity, diversity, and anti-racism initiatives.

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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CKMS News – 2020-12-17 – No safety net for sex workers of Waterloo Region

Host: Ivan Angelovski

December 17 is the International day to end violence against sex workers. If things were normal, on that day Kitchener and Waterloo would be painted in red, with sex workers and advocates coming together, carrying red umbrellas, a symbol for sex workers rights. 

Those rights are in danger even in the best of times, and during pandemic, things went through the roof. 

We’re talking with Amy Venner of ACCKWA – The AIDS Committee Of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo & Area, who is also a co-chair of SWAN – Sex Workers Action Network of Waterloo Region (@SWAN_Waterloo).

To follow along with the International Day To End Violence Against Sex Workers on social media networks – use #IDEVASW 

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, Dec. 14, 2020

1. Isaac Hayes, Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic
2. The Kinks, The First Time We Fall In Love
3. Thunderclap Newman, Wild Country
4. The Rolling Stones with Ben Waters, Watching The River Flow
5. The Who, Cry If You Want
6. Alice Cooper, Ballad Of Dwight Fry
7. Joe Jackson, Discipline
8. Midnight Oil, White Skin Black Heart
9. REM, Undertow
10. Molly Hatchet, Fall Of The Peacemakers
11. King Crimson, Thela Hun Gingeet
12. Johnny Cash, The Legend Of John Henry’s Hammer (live at Folsom Prison)
13. David Bowie, Janine
14. John Lennon, What You Got
15. Robert Plant, Slow Dancer
16. Lee Harvey Osmond, A Common Disaster
17. Peter Green Splinter Group, Wild Dogs
18. Pink Floyd, A Saucerful Of Secrets (live, Ummagumma version)

CKMS Community Connections for 14 December 2020 with Jen Hutton, of Women’s Crisis Services Waterloo Region

Show Notes

Portrait of Jen Hutton
Jen Hutton
Moving Beyond Violence (text surrounding a circle with silhoutte of a dragonfly)
#She Is Your Neighbour (WCSWR)

Jen Hutton, the CEO of Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region talks to Bob Jonkman about the services offered, the process of getting support, and the podcast She Is Your Neighbour.

The interview starts at 4m45s.

Online:

24 Hour Support Line

Kitchener-Waterloo: +1‑519‑742‑5894
Cambridge: +1‑519‑653‑2422

In danger? Call 911

The Women’s Crisis Services Waterloo Region is holding their Gift of Hope campaign during the holiday season. By donating to Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region you are providing essential services to women and children who have experienced domestic violence and come to WCSWR for support. Donate today!

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-12-14-episode071.mp3 (56.2 MB, 58m30s, episode 071)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m46s Christmas Changes Taylor Davison Christmas Changes (closeup of ornments in a tree)single
4m45s How Bob came across WCSWR looking for podcasts on WR Dashboard; Jen Hutton explains what Women’s Crisis Services is and does; statistics on domestic violence; the kinds of abuse that women suffer; listing the 24 Hour Support Lines: Kitchener-Waterloo: +1‑519‑742‑5894 or Cambridge: +1‑519‑653‑2422, both available to rural townships as well; how to access shelter support; better to prevent domestic abuse from happening in the first place;
20m26s All I Want For Christmas Is You I, The Mountain (Colllage of I, The Mountain members)(single)
24m58s What happens when someone calls the 24 hour support line; receiving calls from family and friends; planning, and things to consider when leaving; what a shelter is like — hotel style, communal dining area; staying at the shelter until housing is available; working with community partners like thrift stores and food banks; providing outreach support after moving out; a network of shelter support services across Ontario;
39m01s Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Softtone Remix) Astrocolor Astrocolor | Remixes for Christmas (out-of-focus Christmas lights in front of silhouettes of people)Remixes for Christmas
42m10s Talking about the She Is Your Neighbour podcast, hosted by Jenna Mayne; origins of the podcast; introducing episode 3: A Childhood Experience of Domestic Violence with Chris Linklater
46m49s A Childhood Experience of Domestic Violence with Chris Linklater Women's Crisis Services of Waterloo Region Moving Beyond Violence (text surrounding a circle with silhoutte of a dragonfly)#She Is Your Neighbour (WCSWR)
55m45s Discussing the podcast episode; contact information for WCSWR.

Bob 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 Saturday from 1:00pm to 2:00pm.

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Rob’s Rewind – Show 41 SONG LIST

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  1. Hey Mr. Christmas – Showaddywaddy
  2. White Christmas – Doug and the Slugs
  3. Christmas for Cowboys – John Denver
  4. Please Come Home for Christmas – Holly Cole
  5. Ding Dong, Ding Dong – George Harrison
  6. Blue Christmas – Rita MacNeil
  7. Merry Xmas Everyone – Slade
  8. Yes It’s Christmas – Richard Abel
  9. Christmas Will Be Just Another Day – Brenda Lee
  10. California Christmas – The Colormen
  11. Back Door Santa – Clarence Carter
  12. A Not So Merry Christmas – Bobby Vee
  13. My Grown-Up Christmas List – David Foster and Natalie Cole
  14. L’il Elfy – Ray Bolger
  15. Christmas Tears – Freddie King
  16. Christmas Dreams – Liona Boyd and Roger Whittaker
  17. Merry Twist-mas – The Marcels
  18. It’s Gonna Be A Cold, Cold Christmas – Dana

Eclectic Garage for December 12

  • Another Brick in the Wall – Pink Floyd
  • Money City Maniacs – Sloan (CanCon)
  • Indestructible – Matthew Good Band (CanCon)
  • Renegade – Styx
  • Silent Running – Mike and The Mechanics
  • Until it Sleeps – Metallica
  • Snoopy’s Christmas – The Royal Guardsmen
  • Twelve Days of Christmas – Bob and Doug (CanCon)
  • Pilot – Ian Thomas Band (CanCon)
  • One Night in Bangkok – Murray Head
  • New Morning Sun – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  • Rise Again – The Rankin Family (CanCon)
  • I’m on Fire – Bruce Springsteen
  • Go Back to Your Woods – Robbie Robertson (CanCon)

 

CKMS News -2020-12-10- Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup

Host: Melissa Bowman

It’s city budget season and we’ll kick that off by taking a look at Kitchener’s preliminary budget which includes a rather passionate discussion around whether to try to get the proposed 1.1% tax increase down to 0%.

We’ll also discuss the Region’s recent decision to close its 5 regionally-operated child care centres in 2021, resulting in the loss of over 200 existing child care spaces as well as the equivalent of 62 full time positions.

Lastly, we’ll look at some other stories worth keeping an eye on, including the Integrity Commissioner’s recent announcement regarding Wilmot mayor Les Armstrong’s Facebook post earlier this year.

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

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

1. Chicago, Sing A Mean Tune Kid
2. Hard Stuff, Monster In Paradise (English hard rock band, recorded on Deep Purple’s Purple Records label. The song was co-written by Purple’s Ian Gillan and Roger Glover, released in 1972)
3. John Entwistle, No. 29 (Eternal Youth)
4. Junkhouse, Jesus Sings The Blues
5. The Rolling Stones, Laugh, I Nearly Died
6. Frank Zappa, Dumb All Over (originally on You Are What You Is, 1981, this live version from the Have I Offended Someone posthumous compilation)
7. AC/DC, Code Red
8. Iron Butterfly, I Can’t Help But Deceive You Little Girl
9. Muddy Waters, Walking Thru The Park (from Fathers and Sons album, featuring Otis Spann, Michael Bloomfield, Paul Butterfield, Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn, Sam Lay and Buddy Miles)
10. Eddie Harris, Why Don’t You Quit (1970 instrumental track by jazz musician Harris. Hot Chocolate borrowed heavily from it for their song You Could Have Been A Lady in 1971, a tune April Wine turned into a hit single in 1972)
11. Neil Young, Words (Between The Lines Of Age)
12. Can, Mother Sky
13. Warren Zevon, Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger/Bo Diddley (live)
14. Stories, Brother Louie
15. Bad Company, Master Of Ceremony
16. Roy Orbison, I Drove All Night
17. Rush, Xanadu

CKMS Community Connections for 7 December 2020 with Kevin California and ABC Life Literacy Canada

Show Notes

Kevin California, outdoors
Kevin California

Kevin California

Bob Jonkman talks to Kevin California about his new EP Timeless.

The interview starts at 3m53s.

Online:

Timeless (Official Music Video)

Mack Rogers on Jitsi web conference
Mack Rogers
Katherine Arruda on Jitsi web conference
Katherine Arruda

Mack Rogers of ABC Life Literacy Canada and Katherine Arruda of the TD Bank

ABC Life Literacy Canada is A National Literacy Organization. Mack Rogers and Katherine Arruda talk to Bob Jonkman about November’s Financial Literacy Month program at Kitchener Public Library, and go over a few examples.

The interview starts at 37m04s

Online:

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-12-07-episode070.mp3 (53.7 MB, 55m53s, episode 070)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
0m44s Lover and Best Friend Kevin California (a Newton's Cradle with a heart where the second ball should be)Timeless
3m53s Kevin California’s origins in Waterloo and travels elsewhere, developing as a musician, using his degree in kinesiology, doing production work on his albums, credits to the staff working on Timeless, describing the Timeless video
18m17s Timeless Kevin California (a Newton's Cradle with a heart where the second ball should be)Timeless
22m23s More chatting with Kevin California: More album credits, how to shoot a music video, preparing footage for the next video and the next album. Introducing Currency.
34m07s Currency Kevin California (a Newton's Cradle with a heart where the second ball should be)Timeless
37m04s Bob Jonkman talks to Mack Rogers and Katherine Arruda. Mack explains Life Literacy Canada and National Literacy Month; moving the Money Matters program at Kitchener Public Library online. The goal is to raise people’ confidence with finance, how to save, how to take out a loan; making sure the program is accessible to everyone. Working with TD Bank experts to explain financial products, and to be an on-going contact for participants. Katherine explains the contents of the program, how people get signed up (through the library). Providing access to financial resources online. Katherine teaches Bob the basics of financial literacy – ask questions, review budgets, get companies to reduce their rates. Talking about investments and retirements. ABC Life Literace continues to do online learning with community groups, these are all free.
56m00s 2 Lane Blacktop Lies
and Bob gives the end credits and a plug for the 25 Hour Xmas Radiothon starting Thursday at 8pm.
Dan Walsh Dan Walsh | Virtusoso (Dan Walsh playing guitar)Virtusoso

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episode 276 agriculture show dec 1 2020

Cody Thompson (AKA Dr. Swamp) is in the studio today,  Cody is a musician. Look for his new collaboration coming Dec 21.  After finishing a research project at U of G in “space farming” he is now helping to install a vertical farming system.  Our playlist:

  • Swamplands by Swampy & The Note Troll
  • Impatient Line  by Swampy & The Note Troll
  • Work All Day by Swampy & The Note Troll
  • Walkin’ The Line  by Swampy & The Note Troll
  • Connection by  Swampy & The Note Troll

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  1. Country Christmas – Music Writers Orchestra (conducted by Paul Miner)
  2. Cambodia – Kim Wilde
  3. Coming Off The Moon – Max Webster
  4. Step Into Christmas – Elton John
  5. Can The Can – Suzi Quatro
  6. Seasons – Bob McBride
  7. Working Man – Rush
  8. I Believe In Father Christmas – Greg Lake
  9. Never Gonna Let You Go – Sergio Mendes
  10. Shape I’m In – The Band
  11. If We Make It Through December – Merle Haggard
  12. Eyes Without A Face – Billy Idol
  13. How Long – Saga
  14. Baby’s First Christmas – Connie Francis

Eclectic Garage for December 5th 2020

 

  • Wicked Game – Chris Isaak
  • Stranger in My House – Ronnie Milsap
  • Industrial Disease – Dire Straits
  • Grave Digger – Blues Saraceno
  • Pacing the Cage – Bruce Cockburn (CanCon)
  • Stupid – Sarah McLachlan (CanCon)
  • Yesterday’s Yesterday – Gipp Forster (CanCon)
  • Cocaine – Eric Clapton
  • Casey Jones – The Grateful Dead
  • The Boys of Summer – Don Henley
  • You Oughta Know – Alanis Morissette (CanCon)
  • The Old Apartment – Barenaked Ladies (CanCon)
  • Praying for the Rain – Junkhouse (CanCon)
  • Get You in the Morning – Crash Test Dummies (CanCon)
  • Hasn’t Hit Me Yet – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)

CKMS News – 2020-12-03 – Waterloo Region Weekly Roundup

Host: Melissa Bowman

In today’s segment we will look at some proposed provincial regulations that could have a huge impact on the Grand River Conservation Authority and our watershed and what Regional Council’s response is to those proposed changes. We’ll discuss what’s happening with the proposed police budget amid calls for reallocation as we dive into November’s police board meeting. And finally, we’ll learn a bit more about Cambridge Council’s recent decision about a Consumption and Treatment Services site in Cambridge. 

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.

Raising the CKMS Banner

Last week members of the Radio Waterloo Tech and Space Committee spent their evening putting up the CKMS-FM banner over the entrance door.

The CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo banner over the doors!
The banner is hung!

Members from the Tech and Space committee raising the banner are Nat Persaud (Coordinator), Jeff Stager, Cam Matthews, and Bob Jonkman.

episode 275 agriculture show nov 17 2020

John Jamieson is our guest today. John can be found at www.foodintegrity.ca    Our playlist:

  • Step It Up and Go by David Wilcox
  • Put A Woman In Charge by Keb’ Mo’
  • Whiz Kids by Matt Minglewood
  • Let’s Get Back by Matt Anderson
  • Pride & Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughn

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CKMS News -2020-11-30 – KWAG curator Crystal Mowry on new exhibit “Black Drones in the Hive” – Part Two

Host: Shalaka Jadhav

On the centenary of the first-ever exhibition of the Group of Seven painters, KWAG is premiering Deanna Bowen’s “Black Drones in the Hive” as the cornerstone of fall programming.  This curatorial choice serves to break up with the narrative that the Group of Seven has served around terra nullius, and bring visibility to the narratives and intersections between Indigenous, Black, and settler stories.

This interview serves as part two of two with Crystal Mowry, senior curator at the Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, uncovering Deanna Bowen’s “Black Drones in the Hive”.  In part two, Crystal will dive into some of the curatorial choices that bring the exhibit to life, the unlikely patternicity that links some of Kitchener’s historical characters to themes in the exhibit, and the evolving role of art spaces in supporting collective movements beyond the gallery.

Black Drones in the Hive is on view at KWAG until 28 February 2021.

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.

Music for this episode was courtesy of Dylan Prowse.

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Nov. 30, 2020

1. Jeff Beck/Jan Hammer Group, Full Moon Boogie
2. The Rolling Stones, Let It Bleed
3. Rory Gallagher/Jerry Lee Lewis, (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
4. Queen, Drowse
5. Billy Joel, Stiletto
6. Gary Moore, Ball And Chain
7. Bryan Ferry, Windswept
8. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, American Dream Plan B
9. Rush, Digital Man
10. Thin Lizzy, The Hero And The Madman
11. Free, Trouble On Double Time
12. The Beatles, Dig It
13. The Beatles, Lovely Rita
14. Faces, Three Button Hand Me Down
15. The Guess Who, Coming Down Off The Money Bag/Song Of The Dog
16. Tom Waits, Wrong Side Of The Road
17. Hank Williams (as Luke The Drifter), Ramblin’ Man
18. Santana, Stone Flower
19. Steely Dan, Monkey In Your Soul
20. The Kinks, Plastic Man
21. ZZ Top, Brown Sugar
22. Led Zeppelin, Carouselambra

CKMS Community Connections for 30 November 2020 with Chuck Howitt

Show Notes

Chuck Howitt at the CKMS 102.7 FM microphone
Chuck Howitt

Chuck Howitt, author of BlackBerry Town | How high tech success has played out in Kitchener-Waterloo | Chuck HowittBlackBerry Town joins Bob Jonkman to talk about writing, journalism, and technology.

You can buy BlackBerry Town Online at Lorimer or from Words Worth Books in downtown Waterloo.

The interview starts at 5m30s.

Online:

Podcast

Download: ckms-community-connections-2020-11-30-episode069.mp3 (56.2 MB , 58m30s, episode 069)

Podcast Index

Time Title Artist Album
0m00s Theme for CKMS Community Connections ccc Steve Todd CKMS Community Connections
00m48s Take It In/Vertigo In/Vertigo - Sex Love & Chaos (a ring of fire with a serpent on sword)Sex Love & Chaos
4m27s Bob introduces In/Vertigo, reads Keaton’s letter
5m30s Chuck Howitt talks about his time at The Record; how BlackBerry Town came to be; the research involved in writing a book; a rival book, Losing The Signal appears; finding a publisher with the help of Steve Izma; Lorimer Publishing accepts, but imposes a deadline. Chuck writes to meet the deadline; changes suggested by Lorimer made it a better book. Not a history book, but about people and stories and technology. Chuck explains what happened with RIM and its stock options. Talking about patents, patent trolls, and RIM’s patent lawsuit. What took BlackBerry down? Chuck thinks it was distractions (buying hockey teams, physics institutes), complacency, and failure to innovate. Discussing the technology offered by the competition. With RIM’s centralized infrastructure, how secure was the BlackBerry technology really? Chuck Howitt reads some excerpts from BlackBerry Town. Talking about other technology companies in Waterloo. “Unicorn companies”, worth billions of dollars on paper, but what are they really worth? Promoting the book in the media. Chuck is now writing a blog. How to buy the book: Online at Lorimer, IRL at Words Worth Books. Audio book on CKMS-FM? Stay tuned!
57m10s Empty To Fill
and Bob Jonkman gives the end credits
Peach & Quiet Peach & Quiet - Just Beyond The Shine (top of a peach in the shape of lips with a finger in the shushing position)Just Beyond the Shine

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 Noon to 1:00pm.

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  1. Hey America – James Brown
  2. Hand Me Down World – The Guess Who
  3. Three Times A Lady – Commodores
  4. My Mom and Santa Claus – George Jones
  5. If I Tried – Mashmakhan
  6. Anastasie Oh! Ma Cherie (Theme Du Film) – Yves Laferriere
  7. Christmas Rappin’ – Holiday Rappers
  8. Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run) – Billy Ocean
  9. Try A Little Harder – Dr. Music
  10. I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday – Wizzard
  11. Maggie May – Rod Stewart
  12. Christmas Has Meaning – Rita MacNeil
  13. Turn To Gold – David Austin

Eclectic Garage for November 28th, 2020

  1. Nightmares – Hetriani (CanCon)
  2. Crucify – Tori Amos
  3. Can’t Stop the World – Gavin Rossdale
  4. Fiddler’s Green – The Tragically Hip (CanCon)
  5. Me and Bobby McGee – Kris Kristofferson
  6. Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
  7. Two Princes – Spin Doctors
  8. Time of the Season – The Zombies
  9. Get It On – T.Rex
  10. Head Over Heels – Blue Rodeo (CanCon)
  11. Smoochin’ in the Ditch – The Dead South (CanCon)
  12. Save Me – The Tea Party (CanCon)
  13. For What it’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield
  14. Get Me Through December – Allison Krauss ft Natalie MacMaster (CanCon)

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