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Bedtime Stories

Bedtime Stories
Tuesday December 15th, 2020 with Chris Lyne
The Shades Of Things To Come: an introduction to our new general music show "Bedtime Stories"

"Bedtime Stories" is a general music show with features on - recording studios, record labels, arts and music venues - artists and bands both Canadian and international. The show also explores concepts, topics and stories that have fuelled musical creativity. And listeners are invited to enter "The Listening Room" where they can recommend Canadian artists and bands and venues to others in the CKCU community or suggest tunes for upcoming programs. These bedtimes stories aren't intended to send you to sleep, but if that's what happens ....well, that's probably another good reason to tune in." Shared Stories in the "Listening Room": what was the first live gig you went to ? And which was the most recent gig you attended? Please pop your answers into the show's interactive page; I'll be looking to play tunes from those artists in upcoming shows. Thanks!
A One Page Story (2020)
Chris Lyne - Chapter 4 - Unreleased Canadian New
Late Lament (opening section)
Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed (1967) - Deram
Stigma
Johannes Schmoelling - A Thousand Times (2009) - Viktoria Park
This Heart That Lives In Winter
Lynn Miles - Slightly Haunted (1996) - Philo Canadian
Rain Day
Ian Tamblyn - Magnetic North (1990, newly released on vinyl 2020) - Record Centre Records Canadian New
12 Hours Of Sunset
Roy Harper - Valentine (1973) - Harvest
Hypnotize
Altus - Komorebi (2015) - Self release Canadian
2/1
Brian Eno - Ambient 1 Music For Airports (1979) - EG
Title Track
Pascal Languirand - Vivre Ici Maintenant theme (1981) - Minos Canadian
Fluffy White Clouds
The Orb - 12” Single (1990) - Big Life
Feel It
The Radiation Flowers - The Radiation Flowers (2015) - Sundowning Sounds Canadian
7 By 7
Hawkwind - 12 “ B Side (1972) - United Artists
Strange Sun
Pictish Trail - Future Echoes (2016) - Lost Maps
Late Lament (closing section)
Moody Blues - Days Of Future Passed (1967) - Deram
Interactive CKCU
Chris Lyne (host)
Hi everyone, welcome to the new show. Looking forward to including your stories and recommendations as the series unfolds...

9:58 PM, December 15th, 2020
hillbilly nesr Wakefieldd;-)
Hi Chris. 1st probably Toronto Folk Festival on Toronto Island...about 16 yrs old...last, Lynn Miles...Mouton noir...last nov...or so....funny, eh? Good show - hows brexit goin'?

10:30 PM, December 15th, 2020
hb
forgot, "Hi punk rock hair Boris"! (Sorry, eh? I'm Canajun!;-)

10:34 PM, December 15th, 2020
Chris Lyne (host)
Hi glenn, thanks for dropping by to say hi and for your "first and last". If you'd like to hear anything from an artist you heard at the TFF just pop your recommendation/suggestion in on the playlist here and I'll try to find it for a future edition. Brexit: they're still working on it and, in the New Year we'll feel its impact for the first time....

10:41 PM, December 15th, 2020
Chris Lyne (host)
Thanks for listening, please feel free to add suggestions here any time. See you again just after Christmas - have a Merry one :-)

10:58 PM, December 15th, 2020
hb
The Two Lynns (Miles & Hanson) is great. Steve Earle... Stay safe!

11:00 PM, December 15th, 2020
Chris Lyne (host)
Consider it done glenn, thank you :-)

11:01 PM, December 15th, 2020
brucew
first gig was almost certainly at Le Hibou, late 60's. Richie Havens? John Hammond jr.? James Cotton? Amos Garrett? long time ago.

12:10 AM, December 16th, 2020
Chris Lyne (host)
Thanks bruce, they'll find their ways into future shows in some shape or form.

4:20 AM, December 16th, 2020
Frank Gaudin
heard your show last night in the car going to my sick girlfriends place I put your show on and she fell asleep I was greatful for the songs you played I'm at work now downloaded your site.thank you I will buy some of the artists you played because it took away her pain and I thank you for she slept well all night cant wait to here your next show frank gaudin

11:00 AM, December 16th, 2020
Chris Lyne (host)
Hi Frank, firstly, best wishes to your lady, fingers crossed for a speedy recovery. Yes, as a friend of mine noticed, the sets on this first edition were much quieter than those I'd been playing on another type of show (Plunderphonics) recently.. But last night's selection of tunes may not be typical musically of what you'll hear every week because; as a general music show, it's important to feature a variety of styles and sounds from show to show. But I'm sure you will hear many of the artists featured tonight in future shows from time to time. Thanks so much for taking time to send your message, delighted to hear that it was an enjoyable and helpful show. And I'm sure the artists you plan to download will be pleased too, as that is what CKCU is all about: connecting our listeners to great music. Best regards to you both Chris

11:45 AM, December 16th, 2020
Shelley Ann Morris
Ok, it’s true confession time! My first ‘concert’ that I saw with friends was the Bay City Rollers when they played in Ottawa on Friday August 13 1976 at the Civic Centre. We all dressed up in our Roller Gear and screamed when they appeared on stage. My first Canadian concert was seeing a great local band, the Cooper Brothers who were playing just before the fireworks on Victoria Day 1975. Now that’s going waaaay back

6:07 PM, December 16th, 2020