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Old 08-13-2007, 09:29 AM   #106
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I'm no expert on Canadian music, but Cowboy Junkies and Chris Isaak are pretty cool.
Chris Isaak is not Canadian but the Cowboy Junkies are...

Their version of Sweet Jane =
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Old 08-13-2007, 09:40 AM   #107
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Billy Connelly sometimes wears long grey hair well.
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Billy Connelly sometimes wears long grey hair well.
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:12 AM   #109
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I was reading a posting in more than one thread at a time.

I was supposed to reply that in the "Should Bono follow the Silverfox Adam with hairdye" thread.
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I was reading a posting in more than one thread at a time.

I was supposed to reply that in the "Should Bono follow the Silverfox Adam with hairdye" thread.
So what did you post in that thread then?
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Old 08-13-2007, 10:31 AM   #111
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Leonard Cohen looks better with grey hair than he did when it was still dark.
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Old 08-13-2007, 11:07 AM   #112
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no need to be so judgemental

I think I've got a right...let's see...first performance of his I saw was...1986/7...my high school gym in Bracebridge...and yeah, he was hammered..then again, so was I.

I think they have him in permanent residence at The Kee...hooked up with an IV drip of Johnny Walker




(im just kiddin, he's a great performer)
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THose clips are worth reposting....

Robbie looks pretty lit up too!

Awesome stuff, thanks!
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They kind of remind me of a hockey team with a huge following...the audience always know the songs, and loudly cheer the band on, no matter how popular they are at the time.

maybe they thought they were at a Leafs game?






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Neil Young
Tragically Hip
Matthew Good
Tom Cochrane and Red Rider
Bruce Cockburn
Robbie Robertson - his debut solo record was deadly
Sam Roberts - only 2 cds so far but he is fucking awesome!!!!!
Glenn Gould
Sloan
Chiliwack, April Wine, Loverboy and Trooper had some fun tunes too
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Chris Isaak is not Canadian but the Cowboy Junkies are...

Their version of Sweet Jane =
Oops. Somehow I got the idea that Chris was Canadian.
Anyway, yeah... the CJ version of Sweet Jane is one of my all time favorite songs.
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Tom Cochrane just got the Order of Canada the other day I think.

He lives near me..
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