Posts Tagged ‘A Tribe Called Red’

Podcast #387

November 29, 2019

Featuring Kiwi Jr, Lemih Thompson, Archie Roach and more

Briggs – ‘Bad Apples’ [AU]
Briggs – ‘The Children Came Back’ [AU]
Briggs – ‘Life Is Incredible’ [AU]
Archie Roach – ‘Open Your Eyes’ [AU]
Lemih Thompson – ‘Kapi Tina (Big Rain)’ [CA]
Jonathan Doolan and the Areyonga Band – ‘Kapi (Water)’ [CA]
A Tribe Called Red & Keith Secola – ‘NDN Kars’ [CA]
Nehiyawak – ‘Disappear’ [CA]
Robbie Robertson – ‘Once Were Brothers’ [CA]
Kiwi Jr – ‘Salary Man’ [CA]
Alaskan Tapes – ‘The Times Are Tired’ [CA]
Gabrielle Papillon – ‘Shout It Out’ [CA]
Amy Blanding – ‘Down The Line’ [CA]

This week we feature wonderful tracks from Australian Aboriginal and Canadian First Nations artists. From Australia, we introduce hip hop legend Briggs as well as Pintupi-Luritja man Lemih Thompson and Jonathan Doolan and the Areyonga Band who both hail from Central Australia. And from Canada we hear a new track from the legendary Robbie Robertson and the latest re-mix single from A Tribe Called Red.

Podcast #383

September 14, 2019

Featuring HTRK, Innes Wilson, Alien Boys and more

Brother Brick – ‘Chokito Roll’ [AU]
Brother Brick – ‘See You Tonight’ [AU]
Brother Brick – ‘Beyond My Hands’ [AU]
HTRK – ‘New Year’s Day’ [AU]
Whiskey and Wench – ‘After’ [AU]
Michael Waugh – ‘This Song Reminds Me’ [NZ]
Innes Wilson – ‘Two Serfs’ [CA]
A Tribe Called Red – ‘Tanokumbia (feat. El Dusty, Black Bear)’ [CA]
Megan Nash – ‘Deer Head (feat. Bears In Hazenmore)’
Gal Gracen – ‘Arcadia’ [CA]
Chris-a-Riffic – ‘Late Night Vietnamese Restaurant’ [CA]
Alien Boys – ‘Night Danger’ [CA]
AC/DC – ‘Downpayment Blues’ [AU]

This week we air three more tracks from now-defunct rockin’ Sydney band Brother Brick, who featured the late Jay Curley of Tumbleweed on bass. We introduce acclaimed Australian singer-songwriter Michael Waugh, who still works as an English and drama teacher. Then we’re into new Canadian tracks including a new single for A Tribe Called Red and a track from the new record from Gal Gracen out of Vancouver.

Podcast #295

January 12, 2017

Featuring an interview with singer-songwriter Oren Barter

Change Of Heart – ‘There You Go’ [CA]
Joel Plaskett Emergency – ‘Nowhere With You’ [CA]
A Tribe Called Red – ‘Electric Pow Wow Drum’ [CA]
Scraps – ‘Touch Blue’ [AU]
Free Time – ‘Who Owns The Moon? [AU]
Oren Barter – ‘New York City’ [CA]
Oren Barter – ‘Can’t Watch You Go’ [CA]
Interview with Oren Barter
Oren Barter – Body Of Lies (live) [CA]
Oren Barter – ‘You Set Me Up’ (live) [CA]
Mi’ens – ‘Dewey Decibel System’ [CA]

Regular listeners know that I kick off the show each week with a few older tunes, typically from Australia or New Zealand. I was pleased to stumble across a list of ‘100 Best Canadian Songs Ever‘ by Huffington Post this week that’ll be ideal for educating Australian listeners about the rich heritage of Canadian popular music. We start this week with classics from A Tribe Called Red, Joel Plaskett and Toronto-based indie band Change Of Heart with their 1992 single ‘There You Go’.

It was real pleasure to chat with our first special guest of 2017 – singer-songwriter Oren Barter, who was born and bred in central BC. Oren took time out from packing before relocating to Vancouver Island, to fill us in on how he came to record his debut record ‘Written All Over Me’ (2010) and to play a couple of heart-felt acoustic tunes!

Stranded podcast #213

August 23, 2014

* Greg, John and Meshe from the ‘Love Is My Alibi’ compilation LIVE in the CiTR studio *

Today we are joined in the studio by sound artist Greg Molesky, who has created a quality compilation of local singer-songwriters called ‘Love Is My Alibi’.  Greg’s idea was to ask some of his friends to pen a tune using the line ‘Love Is My Alibi’ as a lyric.  He was pleased to receive contributions from Greg Valou, Heidi McGurdy, John Buchanan, Theda Phoenix, Kelly Haigh, Terry Townson and Meshe.  Meshe and John were both available this evening and they join us in the studio to perform live with acoustic guitar, vocals and percussion!

Featured video: Meshe and Moon Circus – ‘Show Me Angels’ (live) [2012]