Part 3 of 3 in our series of the great music of Saskatchewan.
(0:00 - 1:28) The Rhythm Pals - Saskatchewan (segment, from their 60s-era LP, Home Country)
(1:29 - 2:53) Introduction
(2:54 - 6:57) Deep Dark Woods - All the Money I Had Is Gone (from their 2009 album, Winter Hours)
(6:58 - 7:17) Kevin introduces Ray Whitton.
(7:18 - 11:05) Ray Whitton - Prairie Fire (not yet released, it's available on his MySpace page)
(11:06 - 21:04) Interview with Ray Whitton. We hear about how this guy managed to learn the guitar and become a fixture in the Saskatchewan music scene all within 3 years!
(21:05 - 24:55) Ray Whitton - Love You Off Your Feet (not yet released, it's available on his MySpace page)
(24:56 - 26:09) Outro. Thanks for coming along on our trip to Saskatchewan. Now go buy their music!
The Rhythm Pals: http://www.itcamefromcanada.com/post/2008/12/06/The-Rhythm-Pals.aspx
Deep Dark Woods: http://www.myspace.com/deepdarkwoods
Ray Whitton: http://www.myspace.com/raywhitton
The Ruckus: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca
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