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Saturday December 28th, 2013 with Chris MacLean and Chris White
Roddy Campbell (Penguin Eggs)

Hillcrest Mine
James Keelaghan - Then Again Canadian
Wexford Carol
Nancy Griffith - The Chieftans The Bells of Dublin - RCA Victor
There Was a Girl
Kevin Breit - field recording Canadian New
You Are This Place
Ian Tamblyn - Connected Canadian New
Listen To the Water Fall
Ian Tamblyn - Side By Each Canadian New
Live at the Hive
Ian Sherwood - Capetown Canadian New
Gabrielle Papillon - Little Bug Canadian New
I Want To Be Lucky
Pharis & Jason Romero - Long Gone Out West Blues Canadian New
Perfume And Grace
Amanda Bon & The Outskirts - Down The Road Canadian New
Annabelle Chvostek - Rise Canadian New
Lesson In Everything
Lynn Miles - Downpour Canadian New
Skating Song
Frida's Brow - Christmas Platter Canadian
Jimmy's Room
Melwood Cutlery - Campfire Canadian
Kiri's Piano
James Keelaghan - My Skies Canadian
Donovan Woods - Don't Get Too Grand Canadian New
Into The Mystery (working title)
Chris MacLean - live Canadian New
Long Long Road
David Francey - So Say We All Canadian New
Hey Hosana
Tannis Slimmon - In and Out of Harmony Canadian New
If My Dog Don't Know Me
Russ Kelley - Crazy Shades of Blue Canadian New
Interactive CKCU
Just love Kevin Breit's mandolins. Happy old year Chris & Chris.

10:16 AM, December 28th, 2013
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Chris and Chris, Listening in from home today--really enjoying the show. All the best to you all for 2014 and another year of uninterrupted folk.

10:31 AM, December 28th, 2013
Visiting from Toronto. Wonderful show.

10:34 AM, December 28th, 2013
As always, good music. Chris and Chris, great to hear your laughter. Ruth and I are enjoying the morning with both of you.

10:56 AM, December 28th, 2013
Dan & Pam
Even though we're Christmasing in Fort Myers -couldn't miss your show! All the best for 2014

11:16 AM, December 28th, 2013
Since New Year's is coming up, I thought it would be time to play Murray McLachlan's New Year song. When I heard this I thought it deserved to be a Canadian anthem as it's forward-looking and uplifting. Probably other Canadian artists have written songs related to these theme. So I hope to hear them next week if anyone has them on albums.

11:33 AM, December 28th, 2013
Let's also include David Campbell. I think his music is exceptional for its ability to reconnect the listener to Nature, which would be a good stance on which to start 2014. He has songs on his YouTube channel (username: Marakakore) which may not be on albums ... or not yet. For something really different you could start with his Earth Chant. "Making the Circle Grow" which is welcoming and inclusive as folk music is.

11:37 AM, December 28th, 2013
Jim Mountain
great show..listening from "Outer Clayton" west of bring much warmth and good cheer to us here..all the best for 2014 as we reflect back on a very poignant year

11:38 AM, December 28th, 2013
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