This entry seems to be all things Bands Undone. On Tuesday afternoon, I checked out Kalle Mattson for Bands Undone. It was booked at the last minute and was an early show. They are from Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario but some or all of the members are now residing in Ottawa for their studies. Overall, the session was pretty good as it brought a folk rock style. There was one song where the lead singer sang a Bob Dylan song. Following the session, there was jokes about Bob Dylan.
You can check the photos by clicking here. The BU section is now updated at this link.
You can watch the videos from Vimeo. Excellent quality provided through Vimeo.
Onto the Wednesday morning radio show, I am still co-hosting on Audio Sensory Resuscitation. The host played some tunes and I got my friend to request a song. We made an announcement for the upcoming guests for December and that will be loads of fun.
On my short show, I finally played my own show ID and it’s the one from The Most Serene Republic. I played a Christmas Chinese song by Mavis Fan and aired the Bonjay interview at Bands Undone and then played the song, Gimme Gimme. Played “Fish” by Hey Ocean! as a preview to Saturday’s Bands Undone. I hope you will enjoy the shows. It’s in two parts. One is with the whole show in its entirety or the second part, which is my half-hour show if you want to listen to the first song and the Bonjay interview.
As for the Chinese Christmas song, I was searching on Google for any translation or info, I found this site, Asia Pacific Arts: APA Top 10: Holiday Songs From Asia. The song I played is at #4. Mind you that this top 10 was done in 2008. Not sure if there’s a 2009 version coming up.
Audio Sensory Resuscitation/The WildWorks Show for November 25, 2009
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The WildWorks Show for November 25, 2009
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Here is the Bonjay interview at Bands Undone.
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I forgot to mention that I make a cameo appearance in the Bonjay @ Bands Undone video. Click here to watch the excellent video. There’s the Vimeo version at this link.
Here’s the music video with karaoke titles for Snow Man by Mavis Fan.
Wednesday night, I had the opportunity to check out Zaphod Beeblebrox’s 5th Annual Feed The Homeless Fundraiser. It’s the kick off to the holiday season and it was $5 which goes to buy Christmas dinners for 3 people. At $5, it’s all for a good cause. The performers at the fundraiser were Jill Zmud, Arms of the Girl and Huntley Slim. All three performers ranged from folk, rock/pop and country. All in all, it was a good show. Jill Zmud was excellent with her performance and I was a bit busy using the DSLR camera and film one of the songs. I was feeling some pain for holding long. Arms of the Girl surprised me with their hard rocking energy and I liked their cover of (What’s the Story) Morning Glory by Oasis.
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