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Show 878: Borderlines Playlist, February 3, 2019

The Bottle Rockets – Highway 70 Blues, Bit Logic

Ray Bonneville – Waiting on the Night, At King Electric

Laura Repo & The Blue Healers – Full Moon, A Charmed Life

Dwight Yoakam – This Time, Dwight Live

Courtney Patton – Fourteen Years, What It’s Like to Fly Alone

Robert Coleman Trussell – Across the Great Divide in G, Texas Gothic

Mike Stinson – City Girl, Last Fool at the Bar

David Storey & The Side Road Scholars – Back In Regina, Made in Canada

Luke Olson – Back in the Saddle, Panhandle Sunset

Tom Phillips – Beer Stained Memories, The Essential

Whitney Rose – In the Afternoon, Whitney Rose

Old Man Luedecke – Down the Road, My Hands Are On Fire

The Showers and Tellers – North Carolina, The Showers and Tellers

Jim Clements – The Road to Anhedonia, The Road to Anhedonia

Jeremy Steding – Stay, My Own American Dream

Sturgill Simpson – The Promise, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music

Mike Plume Band – Everything But the Blame, Red and White Blues

Grant Peeples & The Peeples Republik – Pitchforks and Torches, Settling Scores Volume II

Matt Masters – Snake Farm, All-Western Winners

Weldon Henson – Love’s Little Lies, Texas Made Honky Tonk

Rhiannon Giddens – We Could Fly, Freedom Highway

Ian Tyson – Charles Goodnight’s Grave, Raven Singer

Abe Partridge – Prison Tattoos, Cotton Fields & Bleed for Days

Kevin Welch – Blue Lonesome, Dust Devil

Townes Van Zandt – Dublin Blues, The Highway Kind

Dale Watson – The Honkiest Tonkiest Beer Joint, Blessed or Damned

Wylie & The Wild West – Tears Only Run One Way, 2000 Miles from Nashville

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Show 348: Deeper Well, February 2, 2019

ARTIST – Song Title
Album (year) * = Canadian content

* MADELEINE ROGER – 60 Years More
Cottonwood (18)
TOM RUSSELL – Back Streets of Love
October in the Railroad Earth (19)
PATTY GRIFFIN – Where I Come From
Patty Griffin (19)
* QUOTE THE RAVEN – Golden Hour
Golden Hour (18)
* TOMATO TOMATO – Everybody’s Hurtin’
Canary in a Coalmine (19)

WoM headlines the Mid-Winter Ceilidh (February 9) at The Exchange (2431 8th Ave.).

* WEST OF MABOU – Moving Cloud
The Bridge (18)
JOHN MCCUTCHEON – Well May the World Go
To Everyone in All the World (18)
THE FURROW COLLECTIVE – Down By the Greenwoodside
Fathoms (18)
CAROLINE HERRING – Paper Gown
Lantana (08)
ERIC BRACE, PETER COOPER & THOMM JUTZ – Drowned and Washed Away
Riverland (19)
* EL COYOTE – Only Temporary
El Coyote (18)

JON SHAIN – The Second Hand
Tomorrow Will Be Yesterday Soon (18)
TIFFANY WILLIAMS – Big Enough to Be a Mountain
When You Go (19)
* EMILYN STAM & FILIPPO GAMBETTA – On the Dock
Shorelines (18)

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The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest And Greatest Podcasts (Jan 20 – 26)

It’s time again for the weekly podcast round-up.

The Air Chatter Podcast

The Pilot and The Navigator bring you the best of their Thursday night interviews all in one convenient location. Flight 3 has Royal Tusk, Reckless Famous & Autopilot aboard!

Chinese Connection (Jan 23)

The Chinese Connection: seeking happiness, purpose and peace, one story at a time.

Game Day (Jan 21)

Sports roundtable discussion show with lots of Rider talk, CFL, NFL, NHL, WHL and local sports.

Indigenous Vibes (Jan 25)

Focusing on Indigenous peoples positive perspectives, Elvie Stonechild keeps you up to date with everything happening in the Indigenous community.

Knight Views (Jan 23)

Host Barb McGrath invites Kristen Hill into the studio discuss local health and foods.

Poverty Matters (Jan 22)

Nairn McKay hosts a show focused on the issues related to poverty.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (Jan 24)

In compliance with memo EX10-63, Aiden and Paul are guessing the words that are stuck in each others head.

Spoiler Alert (Jan 23)

Geremy, Sonia and Sean are looking back at the dames of the golden age of Hollywood.

The Comedy Grind (Jan 23)

Shawn, Jon and David brings you comedy, current events, observations & rants about everything and nothing.

The Prairie Naturalist (Jan 24)

Host Jared Clarke brings us up to date on everything happening in Saskatchewan’s natural habitats.

 

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Show 877: Borderlines Playlist, January 27, 2019

Son Volt – Tear Stained Eye, A Retrospective: 1995-2000

Mike Plume Band – Time for a Change, Red and White Blues

Alistair Christl – Things Have Gone to Pieces, Bonnie and Clyde

Jamie Lin Wilson – Just Like Heartache, Holidays and Wedding Rings

Jim Clements & The Right to Die – When The Saints Go, When The Saints Go

Adam Hood – Downturn, Somewhere In Between

Courtney Patton – Wild Night, Still Around

Townes Van Zandt – Blaze’s Blues, The Highway Kind

Linda McRae – Can You Hear Me Calling, Shadow Trails

Brennen Leigh – Pieces on the Ground, Lonesome, Wild and Blue

Kristi Rose – Come Back Tomorrow, This Is Pulp Country!

Blake Berglund – Come Back Around, Coyote

Weldon Henson – Things I Don’t Want To Do, Texas Made Honky Tonk

Zoe Muth – Mama Needs a Margarita, World of Strangers

Van Morrison & Linda Gail Lewis – Why Don’t You Love Me, You Win Again

Sarah MacDougall – My Old One-Speed Bicycle, Headed For the Hills

Sally Timms – Long Black Veil, Cowboy Sally

Clayton Bellamy – Five Crow Silver, Five Crow Silver

Tyler Jansen – Pegasus, Today’s Remains

Carson McHone – Maybe They’re Just Really Good Friends, Carousel

Jaimi Shuey – Poison Kisses, Wrong Girl

Brock Zeman & The Dirty Hands – Amanda, Brock Zeman & The Dirty Hands

Emilie Clepper & The Coyotes – Dirt and Bones, Emilie Clepper & The Coyotes

Gram Parsons – She, Warm Evenings, Pale Mornings, Bottled Blues

David Olney – Little Mustang, One Tough Town

Todd Snider – Waco Moon, Near Truths and Hotel Rooms

The Texas Swing Band – Draft Board Blues, … Are On the Air

Jerry Sires Band – Drivin’ Nails in my Coffin, Live at Jovita`s

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Listen Up Tues Jan 29 – 11 a.m. – noon – repeat broadcast

Dave’s guests 11 a.m. Chief Evan Bray, Regina Police Service to discuss cannabis legalization 11:30 a.m. Lauren MacDonald, Program Director, Pine Lodge Treatment Centre, Indian Head, Sask re: inpatient addictions treatment.

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Show 347: Deeper Well, January 26, 2019

ARTIST – Song Title
Album (year) * = Canadian content

* DAVID STOREY & THE SIDE ROAD SCHOLARS – Back in Regina
Made in Canada (19)
KATHERINE RONDEAU – Wishing
Unfortunate Point of View (19)
DANNY LYNN WILSON – Middle Class Blues
Peace of Mind (18)
* MICHELLE RUMBALL – Ride It Easy
Years Behind (18)

TIM O’BRIEN BAND – Wind
Tim O’Brien Band (19)
PAUL KELLY – Cities of Texas
The A to Z Recordings (10)
* ABIGAIL LAPELL – Ask Me No Questions
Getaway (19)
THE HILLBENDERS – Kids
The HillBenders (18)
LULA WILES – What Will We Do
What Will We Do (19)

Winterruption performers! Kobo Town plays The Exchange (2431 8th Ave.) tomorrow; Begonia headlines tonight at the Revival Music Room (2224 Dewdney).

* KOBO TOWN – World is Turning
Where the Galleons Sank (17)
* BEGONIA – Hot Dog Stand
Lady in Mind (17)

* POOR NAMELESS BOY – Saturn
Bravery (16)
ARIEL POCOCK – You Can Close Your Eyes
Touchstone (15)
* ANDINO SUNS – Aire Libre
Madera (16)

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Show 876: Borderlines Playlist, January 20, 2019

Billy Joe Shaver – Thunderbird, Electric Shaver

Belle Plaine – Laila Sady Johnson Wasn’t Beaten By No Train, Malice, Mercy, Grief and Wrath

The Dead South – Long Gone, Good Company

The Texas Sapphires – Barstow Barstool, Valley So Steep

Clayton Bellamy – That Ain’t Gonna Fly, Everyone’s a Dreamer

Gurf Morlix – Dirty Old Buffalo, Eatin’ At Me

Rosie Flores – God May Forgive you (But I Won’t), A Honky Tonk Reprise

The Skylighters – My Baby’s Gone, The Skylighters

The Blue Shadows – Give Give Givin’, On The Floor of Heaven (Deluxe Edition)

The Band of Heathens – Don’t Call on Me, The Band of Heathens

Marianne Girard – Devil’s Highway, Pirate Days

Jim Clements – The Back-Up Plan, A Failure

Gary P. Nunn – If You Don’t Believe I Love You, Live

Jason Eady – Calaveras County, I Travel On

Craig Marshall – Hard Days, Turnaround

The Rizdales – One Year Down, How The Marriage Ended

Bob Dylan – Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You, Nashville Skyline

Oh Susanna – Missoula, Oh Susanna

The Mountain Bluebirds – Milk and Honey, Whiskey Hollow Bound

Turnpike Troubadours – The Housefire, A Long Way From Your Heart

Carson McHone – Sad, Carousel

Nudie – The Royal Tavern, Everything’s Different in the Night

Chip Taylor with Lucinda Williams – Sleep With the Window Open, The Little Prayers Trilogy

Anna Fermin’s Trigger Gospel – Hoping For You, Things to Come

Mary Gauthier – Rifles and Rosary Beads, Rifles and Rosary Beads

Dave Sutherland – When Tomorrow Comes, On the Waiting List

Robbie Fulks – I’d Be Lonesome, Country Love Songs

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Show 346: Deeper Well, January 19, 2019

ARTIST – Song Title
Album (year) * = Canadian content

* SIN & SWOON – Just Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide
Did I Turn the Oven Off (14)
JUDY KASS – Look At Us Marching Now
single (17)

Justin is part of the Winterruption lineup on Thursday, Jan. 24, at The Artesian (2627 13th Ave.).

* JUSTIN NOZUKA – Hourglass
Run to Waters (18)
* SLOCAN RAMBLERS – Sun’s Gonna Shine in My Back Door Someday
Queen City Jubilee (18)
FRANK SOLIVAN & DIRTY KITCHEN – Rikki Don’t Lose That Number
If You Can’t Stand the Heat (18)
ELLEN BUKSTEL – Who’s the Pusher Now?
Legacy of Love (18)

* RAY BONNEVILLE – Next Card to Fall
At King Electric (18)
ERIC BRACE, PETER COOPER & THOMM JUTZ – King of the Keelboat Men
Riverland (19)
CAROLINE SPENCE – Mint Condition
single (19)
MIKE P. RYAN – Left Behind
At Home in the Darkness (19)

Ndidi is part of the Winterruption lineup on Friday, Jan. 25, at The Exchange (2431 8th Ave.).

* NDIDI O – Laments
These Days (18)
* LENORE – Another Good One Gone
Every Once in a While (18)
* WHITEHORSE – St. James Infirmary
The Northern South Vol. 2 (19)

Karrnnel is part of the Canadian Fiddle Revue lineup on Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Unitarian Church (2700 College Ave.).

* KARRNNEL – Minor Fin Set
Crazy Old Man (18)

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Listen Up Tues Jan 22, 2019 – 11 a.m. – noon

Dave’s guests 11 a.m. Chief Evan Bray, Regina Police Service to discuss cannabis legalization  11:30 a.m.  Lauren MacDonald, Program Director, Pine Lodge Treatment Centre, Indian Head Sask. re: inpatient addictions treatment.

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What Planet Is This?! Fill-in Special: Today Only! 4:00 to 6:00 PM

Hi all,

Chris here from Operation Manatee.

You long-time CJTR fans (thank you) may remember a little Wednesday drive-time show I did for a few years called What Planet Is This?!, featuring some great jazz, funk, electronic, folk, etc.

Well, for today only, I’m filling in for The Bridge, from 4:00 to 6:00! Tune in, put on those headphones, pour yourself a glass some something nice, and come take a journey with me.

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