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The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest And Greatest Podcasts (July 22 – 28)

 

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

Dot Radio (July 26)

Bringing you up to date with the latest in technology.

Game Day (July 23)

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

Knight Views (July 25)

Barb McGrath welcomes Christina Carlson, owner and innovator at Queen City Collective and Carlson Consulting to the studio to discuss co-working and collaboration.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (July 26)

In compliance with memo EX10-63, Aiden and Paul discuss zoos and other random places that come to mind.

Spoiler Alert (July 25)

Geremy, Sonia and Sean

The Comedy Grind (July 25)

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

The Prairie Naturalist (July 28)

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

 

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Show 851: Borderlines Playlist, July 29, 2018

Billy Joe Shaver – Blue Texas Waltz, I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal

Ana Egge – In Tall Buildings, White Tiger

Tom Phillips & The Men of Constant Sorrow – King of the Broken Heart, King of the Broken Heart

Bill Hearne – We’re the Kind of People That Make the Juke Box Play, Where Lights are Low

Jesse T. Reid – Helen, Dumb as Chance

Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore – Silverlake, Downey to Lubbock

Gurf Morlix – Madalyn’s Bones, Diamonds to Dust

Patrick Norman – Hey, Good Lookin’, Where I Come From

Rodney Decroo – Minotaur, Queen Mary Trash

Steve Young – The Year That Clayton Delaney Died, Primal Young

Nudie – Train, You Took My Baby, Everything’s Different in the Night

Jaimi Shuey – Wrong Girl, Wrong Girl

Fred Eaglesmith – Alcohol and Pills, Ralph’s Last Show

Jeremy Steding & The Rebellion – Arkansas Rain, Odessa

Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers – Such True Love, Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers

Los Pinkys – El Cool Dude/La Piedrera, Honed on the Range Volume III

  1. Rangers, Take Me Back to Tulsa, Introducing: the D. Rangers

Jann Browne – Louisville, Tell Me Why

Scotty Campbell & His Wardenaires – Stumblin’ Around the Room, Smokin’ and Drinkin’

Karen Poston & The Crystal Pistols – The Longhorn Song, Real Bad

Blaze Foley – Cold, Cold World, Oval Room

Kelly Willis & Bruce Robison – Dirty Work, All ATX Volume 5

Dayna Kurtz – Love Gets In The Way, Here Volume 1

Willie Nelson – Yours Love, Songbird

Kendel Carson – Mercedes Benz, Alright Dynamite

Nanci Griffith – I’m Not Drivin’ These Wheels, Winter Marquee

Owen Temple – Can’t Keep My Mind Off You, Passing Through

Magnificent Sevens – Unknown Legend, All Kinds of Mean

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

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Show 321: Deeper Well, July 28, 2018

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

LULA WILES – Traveling On
Lula Wiles (16)
RICHARD RUANE & BETH DUQUETTE – Call Home Waltz
Notch Road (18)
* CAMPBELL WOODS – Picture of You
single (18)

* LENNIE GALLANT – Selkie
Time Travel (18)
HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE – Selkie Song
Awake (18)
TANNAHILL WEAVERS – Orach
Orach (18)

Carolyn performs at The Capitol (1843 Hamilton) Thursday, August 2.

* CAROLYN MARK – Baby Goats
The Queen of Vancouver Island (12)
* JORY NASH – Wilderness
Wilderness Years (18)
* PHARIS & JASON ROMERO – Babes, Mothers and Fathers
Sweet Old Religion (18)
KASEY CHAMBERS – Orphan Heart
Campfire (18)

* STONE SOUP – Little Wheel Spin and Spin
Big Wheel Turn (18)
B – Come From War
Ghosts Underneath My Skin (18)
BILLY STRINGS – Pyramid Country
Turmoil and Tinfoil (17)

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The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest And Greatest Podcasts (July 15 – 21)

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

**SPECIAL ROUND-UP ITEMS* *

Three special/not too frequent inclusions in our list:

1.

Interview on The Monkey’s Paw with performance artists Desearch Repartment, currently included in the Dunlop Art Gallery show URL:IRL (Friday, July 20th): http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/?name=2018-07-23_monkeyspaw-july20poduto1.mp3 

2.

Fessin’ Up is a short-run program hosted by John Cameron featuring interviews with local musicians about the music they love, including Dagan Harding, Ygretz, Firestarter and more: http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/?p=archive&cat=fessin__up 

3.

The latest RadioKids episode about….chickens! http://cjtr.ca/podcasts/?name=2018-07-25_radiokids-july22pod.mp3

**YOUR FAVE LATEST AND GREATEST* *

Chinese Connection (July 18)

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

Dot Radio (July 19)

Bringing you up to date with the latest in technology.

Game Day (July 16)

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

Gender Talk (July 20)

Host Stephanie Cox brings you information and news for the gender-diverse community in Saskatchewan.

Just Drawn That Way (July 19)

Dustin B turns the hands on the Infinity Watch as he discusses comic news and looks at the state of comics today.

Knight Views (July 18)

Hosts Sherry Knight interviews Sherry Knight about having older workers in the workforce.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (July 19)

In compliance with memo EX10-63, Aiden and Paul try to work around some moss in the ears to get on with the weekly meeting.

Rear-View Mirror (July 17)

Amanda and Ashley welcome Jackie Schmidt of Heritage Regina into the studio to chat about the Summer Walking Tour lineup.

Spoiler Alert (July 18)

Geremy, Sonia and Sean try not to run away screaming while they discuss HORROR!

The Comedy Grind (July 18)

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

Toast and Coffee (July 16)

Local Regina events and information on non-profit agencies, charities and various other people and groups who add to the social fabric of our great city.

 

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Show 850: Borderlines Playlist, July 22, 2018

Kevin Deal – Lonesome Whistle, The Lawless

Michael Brennen – Not Myself, Anywhere But Here

Matt Masters – On the Trail, Don Coyote

Caroline Herrin – Mortified, Wellspring

Shannon Lyon – Bound, Someday Mourning

Wayne Hancock – Throwin’ Away my Money, Viper of Melody

Wylie & The Wild West – Yodeling Cowhand, Live! At the Tractor

The Magnificent Sevens – Red River Beaver Fever Rag, All Kinds of Mean

Scott Nolan – Twister, Silverhill

Robyn Ludwick – Love You For It, This Tall to Ride

Ray Bonnevill – Crow John, Goin’ by Feel

Steve Earle – Telephone Road, El Corazon

The Blue Shadows – The Embers , On the Floor of Heaven

Cyndi Boste – I’m Alright, Foothills Dandy

Shake Russell – Travelin’ Texas, Deep in the West

Demolition String Band – Boonanza, Different Kinds of Love

Fred J. Eaglesmith – Last Six Dollars, Indiana Road

The Derailers – Love’s Gonna Live Here, Under the Influence of Buck

The Rizdales – I Could Tell You Lies, Bar & Lounge

Phil Lee – Les Debris Ils Sont Blanc, The Mighty King of Love

Chuck Hawthorne – Welding Son of a Gun, Silverline

Fayssoux McLea – I Know It’s Over, Early

Oh Susanna – Pueblo, Johnstown

Joe Maphis – Fire on the Strings, Fire on the Strings

The Louvin Brothers – Knoxville Girl, Tragic Songs of Life

Spencer Burton – Death of Gold, Don’t Let the World See Your Love

Dave Alvin – Kern River, West of the West

Albert & Gage – Dakota Lullaby, Dakota Lullaby

Steve Ketchen & The Kensington Hillbillys – Tall Tall Pines, Steve Ketchen & The Kensington Hillbillys

The Black Lillies – 40 Days, Hard to Please

Patty Booker – I Don’t Need All That, I Don’t Need All That

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Show 320: Deeper Well, July 21, 2018

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

* KOBO TOWN – Karachi Burning
Where the Galleons Sank (17)
ELIZA GILKYSON – Conservation
Secularia (18)
* JOHN WORT HANNAM – I Believe
Acres of Elbow Room (18)
KIRSTEN MAXWELL – Prism
Kirsten Maxwell EP (18)

Petunia et al. perform at The Club (2431 8th Ave.) Thursday, July 26.

* PETUNIA & THE VIPERS – Cold Heartbreaker
Petunia and the Vipers (12)
BROOKS WILLIAMS – Always the Same
Lucky Star (18)
* ANDREW COLLINS TRIO – Badabada Ba Ba
Tongue & Groove (18)

* RAINE HAMILTON – To the North
Night Sky (18)
* OLIVER THE CROW – 45
Oliver the Crow (18)
BOBBY SWEET – Comin’ and a Goin’
All These Changes (17)
* TERRA LIGHTFOOT – You Get High
New Mistakes (17)

CHARM CITY JUNCTION – Long Distance Call
Duckpin (18)
AMANDA SMITH – If That’s the Way You Feel
Epilogue: A Tribute to John Duffey (18)
GWENIFER RAYMOND – Requiem for John Fahey
You Were Never Much of a Dancer (18)

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The Round-Up: CJTR’s Latest And Greatest Podcasts (July 8 – 14)

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

Chinese Connection (July 11)

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

Game Day (July 9)

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

Indigenous Vibes (July 13)

Focusing on Indigenous Peoples Positive Perspectives, Elvie Stonechild brings us up to date with what’s going on in the Indigenous community.

Just Drawn That Way (July 12)

Dustin B turns the hands on the Infinity Watch as he discusses comic news and looks at the state of comics today.

Knight Views (July 11)

Hosts Sherry Knight introduces new co-host Barb McGrath and interviews her on the experience she brings to the table.

Queen City Improvement Bureau (July 12)

In compliance with memo EX10-63, Aiden and Paul welcome Kenton Dejong and Edward Willett into the studio and try to confirm whether or not they are Approved Improvement Vectors.

Spoiler Alert (July 11)

Geremy is flying solo today so he welcomes Gerald Saul and Allan Dotson into the studio to pick apart and analyze time travel movies.

The Comedy Grind (July 11)

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

 

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Show 849: Borderlines Playlist, July 15, 2018

Sunny Sweeney – Happy Hour, Cold and Bitter Tears: The Songs of Ted Hawkins

Corin Raymond – Nine Inch Nails, Paper Nickels

NQ Arbuckle – Outside the Stars, Last Supper in a Cheap Town

Chris Gaffney – Man of Somebody’s Dreams, Loser’s Paradise

Tom Phillips & The Men of Constant Sorrow – Inspiration for That Fool, Downtown Cowboy

Ethyl & The Regulars – Canada Dry, Fill ‘Er Up

Whitney Rose – Little Piece of You, Heartbreaker of the Year

Dead Ringer Band – Am I The Only One, Living in the Circle

Bottleneck – You’ll Get By, Late Nights, Early Mornings

Amber Digby – She’s Already Won Your Heart, The World You’re Living In

Blackie & The Rodeo Kings – Red Dress, Kings of Love

The Flyin’ A’s – Honky Tonk Angel Tonight, Faith & Gasoline

Billy Cowsill – Hotter Than Fire, Sorrow Bound: Hank Williams Re-examined

Jake Penrod – The Girls Next Door in Austin, Closer to Me

Doug Gill – I Just Come Here for the Music, Stronger Back

Bill Kirchen – Hillbilly Truck Driving Man, Tied to the Wheel

Mike Plume Band – Straight Back Home, Simplify

High Plains Jamboree – When Country Isn’t Cool Anymore, High Plains Jamboree

Murder Murder – Duck Cove, From the Stillhouse

The Cornell Hurd Band – If You Play With my Mind, Big State, Long Road

Arty Hill – Big Drops of Trouble, Church on Saturday Night

James Hand – If You Can’t Tell the Difference, Shadows Where the Magic Was

Ian Tyson – Navajo Rug, Cowboyography

Emily Herring – Midnight, Gliding

Travis James Humphrey – Tombstone Every Mile, Dirty Beautiful World

Ana Egge – The Bramble & The Rose, River Under the Road

Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit – Outfit, Live from Alabama

Mark Jungers & The Whistling Mules – Just Can’t Wait, One for the Crow

Chris Wall – I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight, LiveSet Volume 3

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Show 319: Deeper Well, July 14, 2018

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

* MIKE PLUME – Western Wind
Born By the Radio (18)
EMERALD RAE – Given Half the Time
Emerald Rae (18)
KRISTIN ANDREASSEN – Crayola Doesn’t Make a Color for Your Eyes
Kiss Me Hello (07)

David plays a solo show at The Revival Music Room (2224 Dewdney) this Friday, July 20.

Jerry performs at The Mercury Cafe & Grill (2936 13th Ave.) the same night.

* DAVID GOGO – As the Crow Flies
Acoustic (03)
* JERRY LEGER – Buckskin Walls
Nonsense and Heartache (17)
JUDY COLLINS – Dreamers
single (18)
JOAN BAEZ – The President Sang Amazing Grace
Whistle Down the Wind (18)

* BEN KUNDER – Come On
Better Human (18)
HANNAH SANDERS & BEN SAVAGE – 7
Awake (18)
INDIGO GIRLS – World Falls
Live With the University of Colorado Symphony Orchestra (18)

CHUCK BRODSKY – Funeral for the Curse
Them and Us (18)
STEVE GOODMAN – A Dying Cub’s Fan’s Last Request
Affordable Art (89)
* ANNIE LOU – Home Fires
End Zone (18)

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I Like It Live, Music Listings for July 10-16

 

I LIKE IT LIVE MUSIC LISTINGS

Week of July 10July 16, 2018

Friday, July 13, 2018

The Exchange: Seaway w/ Living with Lions and More, 7:00 PM, $20
The Club: Metal Karaoke Throwback II, 8:00 PM
Revival Music Room: The 7th Avenue, 7:00 PM
The Capitol: Vinyl Fridays, Live, 9:00 PM
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Casino Regina Show Lounge: Saskatchewan Regional Classic, 1:15 PM, $30
Revival Music Room: An Evening with AFTER FUNK, 7:00 PM
The Capitol: Keiran Semple, 9:00 PM.

Sunday, July 15, 2018

The Exchange: Aspire w/The Kennedy Veil and Sarah Longfield,
The Club: Woolworm w/ Grovner and Homo Monstrous, 7:30 PM, $10
The Capitol: World Cup Final Brunch, 9:00 AM
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