0:00 - 2:06 Intro
2:07 - 6:00 Keith Holding - Golden Cup (From his CD, Foreign Land, available at http://www.themeeting.ca/home.htm)
6:01 - 15:19 Interview with Michael Williams (includes 30 second segment of the Froadia Suite by Washington Savage. To see what Michael is up to, check out http://soulonthebeach.com/)
15:20 - 19:09 The Pointed Sticks - American Song (from their 1980 LP, Perfect Youth, courtesy of www.suddendeath.com)
19:10 - 23:08 Kensington Prairie - Bluebirds (from their 2008 CD, Captured in Still Life, http://www.kensingtonprairie.com/)
23:09 - 27:07 A little chatty chat, and then Adrian Grant, our new CD Reviewer Dood, reviews The Bicycles Oh No It's Love!
27:08 - 28:25 The Bicycles - What a Fool (from their 2008 CD, Oh No It's Love, http://thebicycles.ca/)
28:26 - 41:10 Interview With Kevin Lynn
41:11 - 43:44 Meniscus Curve - Lend Me Your Light (from their forthcoming CD, available early 2009, http://www.thestraggler.com/)
43:45 - 45:12 - Outro. thanks for listening...read all about it on our blog: www.kevinmcgowan.ca.
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