Song to the Siren

By 1984, my musical tastes were quite distant from those of my friends (I mentioned in an earlier post that they were diverging around that time). I think this was a symbol of my sense of our decaying friendship; even “friends 2.0” started to disperse, and I was exploring different groups of people trying toContinue reading “Song to the Siren”

Familiar

I used to listen to longtime Canadian music broadcaster Laurie Brown’s CBC Radio 2 show, The Signal until she left it in 2017 after ten years of playing progressive and eclectic music on late-evening radio. CBC filled her spot with Afterdark, a more extended program hosted by entertainer Odario Williams, who was born in GuyanaContinue reading “Familiar”

Think That You Might Be Wrong

Today’s is another song for which I don’t recall the story of why I have it. It’s the only song I have by the Great Lake Swimmers, and I bought it in the iTunes Store on April 29, 2012; just over eight years ago. Don’t know anything about the band either, though I did lookContinue reading “Think That You Might Be Wrong”

Gold

The Vancouver, British Columbia and Portland, Oregon based band Wake Owl have been active since 2102, and that year they issued today’s song as a free download. They re-released it on their Wild Country EP through Vagrant Records, in 2013. I am quite sure I would have heard it on CBC Radio 2 or, moreContinue reading “Gold”