Monthly Archives: May 2011

What’s On My Turntable? Blondie’s Parallel Lines

          So What’s On My Turntable Today?  Today it’s 1978’s Parallel Lines by Blondie. The album artwork of Parallel Lines pretty much says it all, Debbie Harry takes control of this record from the beginning right to the end. This … Continue reading

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Mariposa Folk Festival Artist Spotlight: Lunch at Allen’s

        A Mariposa Supergroup? Well if there is a group of musicians at the 2011 Mariposa Folk Festival that could live up to that moniker Lunch at Allen’s might just be that group.        Do you know what you get … Continue reading

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Burl’s Creek and Mariposa Team-Up…Folk Music at the Barrie Automotive Flea Market

       Now a Public Service Announcement from the 2011 Mariposa Folk Festival     Mariposa Folk Foundation and Burl’s Creek Family Event Park have teamed-up to present live music on Friday June 3rd and Saturday June 4th on the Patio … Continue reading

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Living With Lions…..Living with the Tories

          So I might be a tad late weighing in on the “controversy” that Vancouver pop punk outfit Living with Lions new record titled Holy Shit: The Poo Testament caused last week…what controversy you may be asking yourself; well I’ll … Continue reading

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Eddie Vedder ‘Ukulele Songs’

       Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder sings and plays a ukulele, and you would think that would be the end of this review, and on some levels you the reader would be correct but on some other musical plain this record … Continue reading

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