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Median Age Wasteland
February 22, 2019
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Stoners Never Dream
March 1, 2019
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The Park Avenue Sobriety Test
The Park Avenue Sobriety Test is an album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joel Plaskett, released March 17, 2015 on Pheromone Recordings.
The album's title derives from a nickname that Plaskett's former neighbour Roy Logan gave to a metal guardrail at the corner of Park Avenue and King Street in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia; while the curve is not geometrically unusual and can be easily navigated by a conscientious driver, there have been several instances of impaired drivers mishandling the turn and smashing their cars into the guardrail. The title also forms an acronym for the word "past", mirroring the album's primary themes of Plaskett examining his life as he approached his 40th birthday in April 2015.
Guest musicians on the album include Mo Kenney, Peter Elkas, J. P. Cormier, and Plaskett's former Thrush Hermit bandmate Ian McGettigan, as well as his regular backing band The Emergency.
Bill & Joel Plaskett
Coke Machine Glow
Coke Machine Glow is the first solo album released by Gord Downie, the singer for The Tragically Hip. It was released in 2001.
Early copies of the album were released as a joint package with a book by Downie, also titled Coke Machine Glow. The book included the song lyrics from the album and other poetry. The book included photographs by Toronto based artist, Michael Adamson. As a result of the album's sales, the book is one of the best-selling volumes of poetry ever published by a Canadian writer.
Downie's backing band on Coke Machine Glow was credited as "the Goddamned Band". Participating musicians included Julie Doiron, Josh Finlayson, Atom Egoyan and members of The Dinner Is Ruined.
An online music publication formed in 2002 was named after the album.
White & Gold
Twice Upon a Hell of a Time...
Twice Upon a Hell of a Time is the seventh studio album by Matt Mays, released on October 19, 2018. It comprises acoustic rerecordings of the songs from his 2017 album Once Upon a Hell of a Time.
Hawksley Workman Albums
Full Moon Eleven
Milk is an album by Hawksley Workman, released in 2010.
Unlike his album Meat, which was released in traditional album format on January 19, 2010, Milk was planned for release as a series of digital singles, made available for sale through iTunes and Workman's own website; however, the entire album was erroneously released to iTunes' United States store, but not its Canadian store, in January 2010. The album was officially released in CD format in Canada on August 10, 2010.
Meat is an album by Hawksley Workman, released January 19, 2010 on Isadora Records and Universal Music Canada.
The album was a longlisted nominee for the 2010 Polaris Music Prize.
Treeful Of Starling
Almost a Full Moon
Almost a Full Moon is a Christmas album by Canadian artist Hawksley Workman, originally released in 2001. It was written, produced & performed by Hawksley Workman, recorded & mixed at Recall Rooms in Paris, France by Stephane Lumbroso.
The album was re-released in 2002 with new cover art and a new track list by Isadora Records/Universal Music
For Him and The Girls
For Him and the Girls is an album by Canadian artist Hawksley Workman, released in 1999. Written and produced by Hawksley Workman with arrangement collaboration by John Southworth. Recorded and mixed in the basement of 59 Hillsdale Ave E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mastered by Joao Carvalho at Umbrella Sound, in Toronto, ON. CD Jacket design by Wade Gilpin.
The record was recorded on a Tascam 1/2" 8-track analog reel to reel tape recorder. All instruments except those listed below were played by Hawksley Workman. Hawksley began each song by recording the drums as single performances, which gives the listener an insight into his extraordinary ability to visualize a complete song. He subsequently added each instrument to build the tracks.
A Yamaha DX-100 keyboard was used for sine wave bass notes on the record.
Several of the final mixes on DAT format were almost lost when the tape was mangled badly. That tape was successfully repaired allowing recovery of the mixes for this record.
Additional artists: Lenni Jabour, John Southworth, Doug Tielli, Sarah McElcheran, Karl Mohr.
Songs from The God That Comes
(Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves
(Last Night We Were) The Delicious Wolves is an album by Canadian artist Hawksley Workman, released in 2001 by Isadora Records/Universal Music and re-released for the UK by Ba Da Bing!. It was produced and recorded by Workman at his 'Hawksleytown' studio, with additional recording, mixing & mastering by Joao Carvalho at Umbrella Sound.
Features performances by Sarah Slean and Sarah McElcheran.
May Your Story Never End
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