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Saturday December 3rd, 2011 with Chopper McKinnon
Christmas Goose concert preview

Makes You Wanna Die Laughing
Harry Manx - Wise and Otherwise Canadian
Ancient Eyes
Bob Snider - Words and Pictures Canadian
Roll It Down
Ray Bonneville - Roll It Down Canadian
Stewart Crossing
Romi Mayes - Beverley Street Canadian
Driving Wheel
David Wiffen - David Wiffen Canadian
Sunburn
Gordie Sampson - Sunburn Canadian
River Shelter Haven
Decota McNamara - Lost & Found Canadian
When My Ship Comes In
Lynn Miles - Black Flowers: Vol. I Canadian
Satin on Satin
Willie P. Bennett - Sharpen the Plough Canadian
Then Where Would I
Murray McLauchlan - Human Writes Canadian
Armistice Day
Laura Smith - It's a Personal Thing Canadian
Volcano
Lindsay Ferguson - Monkeys Under Stars Canadian
The Water Is Wide
Chris MacLean - Feet Be Still Canadian
What If a Star
Tom Lips - (live in the studio) Canadian
Skating Song
Frida's Brow - The Christmas Platter Canadian
The Christmas Waltz
Shelley Posen - Christmas Goose Canadian
Compliments of the Season
Tom Lips - (live in the studio) Canadian
That's Christmas
Chris White - Christmas Goose Canadian
Angels in the Snow
David Keeble - Christmas Goose Canadian
More Than Anything
Ann Downey - Christmas Goose Canadian
Santa Got Me in the Groove
Jay Willis - Christmas Goose Canadian
If You Were here with Me
Pat Moore - (live in the studio) Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Kathryn Abdalla
Good Morning Chopper and Chris. It's Kat enjoying the show at home in Lennoxville Quebec.Wow I love that skating song by Jennifer Noxon; never heard it before.Reminded me to get the blades sharpened. Maybe you could get the canal frozen up for my visit later this month!Thanks. BTW I'm not 100% sure but I think today is Ian Tamblyn's birthday.

11:22 AM, December 3rd, 2011
Chopper McKinnon (host)
Hi Kat - Thanks for getting in touch from Lennoxville! The show was so busy today that we didn't get a chance to get back to you until now. Yes, Jennifer's skating song is "cool". James Hill has a lovely uke instrumental about skating on the canal. We'll do our best to get it frozen for you for next month, but it's a challenge given all the hot air on Parliament Hill! I called Ian's place just now and it turns out that his birthday was yesterday. We'll have to play a song in his honour next week. Cheers, Chopper and Chris

1:46 PM, December 3rd, 2011
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