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Old Posted May 18, 2018, 8:40 PM
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Did anyone watch the Neil Young Hometown special that aired late last year ?

I taped it as I had the basement all ripped apart and the big tv and stereo disassembled at the time. I finally got that all put back together, and last weekend got a little bit (lot) drunk, and watched it with the old stereo just cranked. Really, really good show.

Here's a Rolling Stone article with a link to the show on Facebook

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/n...oncert-w513131
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A classic from the archives. The Bells, from Montreal. 1970.
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Another classic from the archives. Gary and Dave. 1973.
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Lighthouse. 1973.
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And now for some Pag. 1971. Sounds extremely beatlesque.
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i am a closet lover of honeymoon suite

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Have to agree. Saw Honeymoon suite Oct 12, 2017 at Northlands in Edmonton with Foreigner. Last concert ever at Northlands.

One of my favorite concerts in recent memory. So much history and memories with these bands. And all the concerts over the years at Northlands. My first concert there was in 1977!! lol.
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Some contemporary Quebec pop music from my kids' playlist.

The first two were big hits this winter, spring and summer. They aren’t really my cup of tea.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ukHmEZXUdqQ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtJy7pXBa28

And a good one from last year. This one I do like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Velm5U1IFeI
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Hubert Lenoir - Fille de personne

Gender-ambiguous guy, but with a girlfriend. He appeared on the uber-commercial show La Voix and got surprisingly far. Can't recall if he won though. Was a finalist for the Polaris prize too.

A pretty interesting artist.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCrGlylEKCo
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Chuck Lewis of the Masterless Men died at just 44. RIP, buddy. They were so good. And they had many of the Southern Shore's little oddities.

For example, I naturally say "You wouldn't" - as in, "If she offered ya a cake, you wouldn't have it!". But on the Southern Shore, they naturally say "you'd not", so it'd be, "If she offered ya a cake, you'd not have it!". It's all the little things like that why I just LOVE the Southern Shore accent.

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So come landsman or come kinsman, come tinker or come tailor
Come fiddler or come dancer, come ploughboy or come sailor
Come rich man, come poor man, come fool or come witty
Come any man at all that will marry me for pity
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Three of their songs/covers are Newfoundland folk classics. The one above... and this one...

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Through childhood years our love did bloom, till our hearts were just as one,
And we promised each eternal love in the church below the town,
We settled in this little house I was proud to call her mine,
Oh we were young and happy then, long, long before your time.
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Of all the places I did go,
She's still the fairest port I know;
She works the sea and tills the farms,
And holds her children in her arms.
No place could know a prouder past,
Here comes that future full at last;
Here comes that beacon across the sky,
And when I hold my head up high....
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I really hated this one when it came out, probably cause Much Music and Much More Music played it so much but it eventually grew on me and I bought the CD and a couple of her followup albums.

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Couple music videos featuring Victoria in the background:

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