(0:00 - 2:27) Introduction - Kevin talks about Jazz and introduces the late Dougie Richardson.
(2:28 - 6:50) Dougie Richardson - Over Easy (from the 2006 album, Dougie)
(6:51 - 9:26) Kevin introduces our new correspondent, Natalie Salat.
(9:27 - 21:22) Natalie chats with Barry Romberg (www.barryromberg.com). They discuss his various projects and his lengthy career as a jazz drummer in Toronto.
(21:23 - 25:14) Vinyl Hunter Segment - The Edmonton Tailgate Jazz Band - Careless Love (brought to you by www.itcamefromcanada.com)
(25:15 - 26:54) Kevin introduces another new correspondent, Julia Vyse.
(26:55 - 35:08) Julia interviews Dennis from Kids Eat Crayons (www.kidseatcrayons.com). They chat about the very unique KEC sound, which marries styles like traditional jazz and crazy heavy metal. Sweet stuff!
(35:09 - 39:53) Kids Eat Crayons - Boil My Bones (from the CD Kids Eat Crayons Is For Lovers)
(39:54 - 42:11) Outro, thanks for listening. Check out our blog at www.kevinmcgowan.ca
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