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Canadian Spaces
Saturday September 17th, 2022 with Mike Regenstreif
Lots of music and a conversation with David Eisenstadt, author of "Under the Radar: 30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians."

Mike Regenstreif hosts this edition of Canadian Spaces featuring 40 minutes of uninterrupted folk and more songs in Hour 1; and more songs and a conversation with David Eisenstadt, author of "Under the Radar: 30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians" in Hour 2. Click on LISTEN NOW to hear this show. Click on LISTEN to hear the current CKCU broadcast.
40 minutes of uninterrupted folk.
Going Across the Sea
Pharis & Jason Romero - Tell ‘Em You Were Gold - Smithsonian Folkways Canadian New
The Log Driver’s Waltz
Mountain City Four - Mountain City Four - Omnivore Canadian New
Charming Molly
Ian Robb & James Stephens - Declining …with thanks - Fallen Angle Canadian
Little Black Train
Hannah Shira Naiman - The Wheels Won't Go - Hannah Shira Naiman Canadian New
Kwana Li
Morgan Toney - First Flight - Ishkõdé Canadian New
Who By Fire
Bob Jensen - For the Sake of the Song - Bob Jensen Canadian
Lovers is a Dangerous Time
ES:MO (Elizabeth Shepherd & Michael Occhipinti) - The Weight of Hope - ES:MO Canadian
Grandma's House
Alec Fraser, Jr. - On the Wings of the Wind - Alec Fraser, Jr. Canadian
Apple Blossom Time
Chris Rawlings & Anne Lederman - A Whistle, a Tune, a Song and a Dance - Cooking Fat Music Canadian
St. John's Waltz
Ken Tizzard & Amelia Curran - A Good Dog is Lost: A Collection of Ron Hynes Songs - Ken Tizzard Canadian
Man of a Thousand Songs
Dennis O’Toole - Lone Gunman at the Assassin’s Hotel - Dennis O’Toole Canadian
Boy from Old Perlican
Ron Hynes - Ron Hynes - Borealis Canadian
Suzie Vinnick - Fall Back Home - Suzie Vinnick Canadian New
Walk On
James Keelaghan - Second-Hand - Borealis Canadian New
Le Diable et le Fermier
Windborne - Of Hard Times & Harmony - Wand’ring Feet Canadian New
Old Friends
Frida’s Brow - Frida’s Brow - Frida’s Brow Canadian
How Long Blues
Michael Kaeshammer - The Warehouse Sessions - Linus Canadian New
The next six songs punctuated the conversation with David Eisenstadt, author of "Under the Radar: 30 Notable Canadian Jewish Musicians." Visit for more information about the book.
La Serena
Aviva Chernick - La Serena - Aviva Chernick Canadian
Something to Sing About
The Travellers - The Travellers 1960-1966: This Land is Your Land - Sony Canadian
The Derby Ram
Oscar Brand - The Riverside Folklore Series, Volume Three: Singing the New Traditions - Riverside Canadian
Barrett's Privateers
Ofra Harnoy - On the Rock - Analekta Canadian
Heading Down to New Orleans
Danny Marks - Cities in Blue - Danny Marks Canadian
Will Their Children Light the Candles
Shelley Posen - Menorah: Songs from a Jewish Life - Well Done Music Canadian
Shadow Boats
Conklin Céilí Band - A Three Legged Stool - Conklin Céilí Band Canadian
The Story of The I'm Alone
Wade Hemsworth with The Mountain City Four - Wade Hemsworth with The Mountain City Four - Peter Weldon Canadian
Brooklyn 1955
Chaim Tannenbaum - Chaim Tannenbaum - StorySound Canadian
Interactive CKCU
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11:02 AM, September 17th, 2022
very eclectic range music, Mike. I'd love it if you could sometime down the road, feature Palestinian artists and their music. thanks again.

11:13 AM, September 17th, 2022
Great 40! luv the Jewish music history! My hero is Mendelson Joe!!! Used to know an Edward Bear roadie.

11:33 AM, September 17th, 2022
I asked M. Joe to be interviewed by The Mighty & it....uh...didn't still could...he just turned 78....

11:36 AM, September 17th, 2022
Mike Regenstreif (host)
Hillbilly, I remember my friends Humphrey & The Dumptrucks doing a Mendelson Joe song or two back in the '70s.

11:48 AM, September 17th, 2022
be a Zelensky ... are you serious?

11:58 AM, September 17th, 2022
Brooklyn 1955 could apply to our World...(metaphor?):-/

12:09 PM, September 17th, 2022
I love your sign off references to Putin and Zelensky. It's an expression of solidarity to the people of a democratic country invaded by a murderous dictator.

12:24 PM, September 17th, 2022