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Saturday January 5th, 2013 with Chris White
Shannon Rose and Steve Matylewicz; Emily Addison

Stone + Sand + Sea + Sky
Penny Lang - Stone + Sand + Sea + Sky Canadian
The Rear Guard
Old Man Luedecke - My Hands Are On Fire Canadian
Forty-five Years
Stan Rogers - Fogarty's Cove Canadian
Try Walkin' Away
Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church et al - More Lunch at Allen's Canadian
No Change in Me
Ron Hynes - Get Back Change Canadian
Hey Hosanna
Tannis Slimmon - In and Out of Harmony Canadian
Love Doesn't Hurt
Lynn Miles - Fall for Beauty Canadian
Nothing More
Jennifer Noxon - Sweet Canadian
Call Me Friend
Ferron - Not a Still Life Canadian
The Frankenstein
Swamperella - On the Line Canadian
Ain't Life Sweet
Penny Lang - Ain't Life Sweet Canadian
Heart-Shaped Tattoo
James Hill - Man with a Love Song Canadian
Interview with Emily Addison - Ottawa Contra Dance
Trip to Durrow / Paddy Ryan's Dream / Sheila Coyles
The Old Sod Band - Grass Roots Canadian
Shannon Rose and Steve Matylewicz in the studio
Shannon Rose and Steve Matylewicz - live in studio Canadian
Wild Wind
Shannon Rose and Steve Matylewicz - live in studio Canadian
Under the Moon
Shannon Rose & the Thorns - Seasons Canadian New
Interview with Peter Conway - Doc's Pick
Bill Morrissey - Night Train Canadian
Little Bird
Shannon Rose and Steve Matylewicz - live in studio Canadian
Hold On
Shannon Rose & the Thorns - Seasons Canadian New
East of Louise
Antony Toner - A Light Below the Door
Interactive CKCU
All the best for the new year to you Chris. Best wishes for a HEALTHY new year to Chopper.

10:06 AM, January 5th, 2013
Love this Canadian Spaces show!

10:20 AM, January 5th, 2013
32 years and still going strong. Carry on spinning those cd's. Thanks. How about an old BIM tune.

10:50 AM, January 5th, 2013
Missing you Chopper- get well soon!!

11:18 AM, January 5th, 2013
Many thanks for mentioning the Stone Angel. Yes, it truly was a magical place.

11:21 AM, January 5th, 2013
The interview about was interesting, suggesting what could be done if the Hogmanay gets a second season. I felt that the evening was backward: instead of indoor events at the beginning and people standing in the cold outside listening to musicians playing despite stiff wind (and that poor woman singing in her overcoat), the outdoor portion should come first, and then move indoors and have these dances, pipe bands, etc. BTW I didn't see any haggis, but the lamb kafka from the lebanese concession van was pretty good.

11:46 AM, January 5th, 2013
Anthony Toner
Get well soon Chopper - and thanks as always for the support to you both. What a great show, and a treat to be able to listen over here in Belfast.

12:22 PM, January 6th, 2013
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