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Bedtime Stories
Tuesday January 12th, 2021 with Chris Lyne
Rupert Hine - An overview of the late producer and musician's prolific and varied career

The 29 December edition of Bedtime Stories featured the 30th anniversary of the chain recording "One World, One Voice". Its principal architects were Kevin Godley and Rupert Hine. We lost Rupert in June 2020; this evening's edition is a brief overview of his career as a musician and producer across a range of musical eras and styles. You'll hear artists from Uganda, the Faroe Islands, USA, the UK and Canada.
One Page Story (intro theme)
Chris Lyne - Chapter 4 (2020) - Unreleased Canadian
All Things Are Connected (narr'd by Robbie Robertson)
Various Artists - One World One Voice (1990) - Real World
No Stranger (extract)
Saga - Worlds Apart (1981) - Maze Canadian
Red Tide
Rush - Presto (1989) - Anthem Canadian
Rossini's William Tell Overture (finale)
Canadian Guitar Quartet - Orchestral Works For Guitar Quartet - Own release Canadian
Listening Wind (Talking heads Cover)
Geoffrey Oryema - Spirit (1999) - Sony
Measure Up
The Tom Tom Club - Close To The Bone (1983) - Sire
The Days Of A Champion
Thinkman - The Formula (1986) - Island
Police Car
The Members - The Choice Is Yours (1980) - Virgin
Longport Buzz - First offenders (VA) (1980) - Criminal Records
Alta Loma Road
Quantum Jump - Quantum Jump - Electric Record Co.
Suzanne Vega - Songs In Red And Gray (2001) - A+M
Amanda's Song
Teitur - Poetry and Aeroplanes (2003) - Universal
Cold Front
The Lynnes - Heartbreak Song For The Radio (2018) - Record Centre Records Canadian
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!
Who Is The Doctor
Jon Pertwee - 7” Single (1972) - Purple
The Lone Ranger
Quantum Jump - 7” Single (1974) - Electric Record Co.
Interactive CKCU
Chris Lyne (host)
Hi everyone, welcome to the first edition of Bedtime Stories for 2021 Happy-ish New Year!

9:57 PM, January 12th, 2021
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi Chris, Tuned in to the FIRST edition of Bedtime Stories for 2021. I was really surprised to see how many of my favourite artists had been involved in One World, One Voice.

10:06 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
Hi Shelley, although many of the musicians are listed on the cover it's not until you see the video that the huge numbers of artists involved become evident. And you get to see Godley and Rupert Hine's ambitious plan coming together piece by piece.

10:11 PM, January 12th, 2021
Shelley Ann Morris
I am completely stumped on tonight’s trivia question. I have no idea. I am curious—did Rupert Hine ever work with the Ottawa band Eight Seconds? I’m not sure if I read that somewhere, or maybe it’s that Eight Seconds’ music sounds a lot like the tunes heard on the show so far.

10:25 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
Yes he did Shelley, good spot!

10:28 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
The big clue to the teaser - the connection between Canadian TV actor Jay Silverheels and Rupert Hine - is the William Tell overture.... :-)

10:30 PM, January 12th, 2021
Shelley Ann Morris
Eight Seconds—I thought so. Saw them often in concert here in Ottawa. I liked that song by Suzanne Vega.

10:46 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
The Lynnes were recommended to other listeners by Glenn in Gatineau, thanks :-)

10:51 PM, January 12th, 2021
Shelley Ann Morris
In real life, or virtual? I can’t remember the last time I went to a concert—-waaaaaaay back in the olden days. Great show as always Chris.

10:54 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
Under the c- circumstances maybe we should include Virtual gigs too, good move!

10:56 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
The William Tell Overture was the theme music to The Lone Ranger, long running TV series. * The long word recited at the beginning of the tune and in the middle 8 is a Maori word for a mountain in New Zealand - chosen at random by Rupert Hine to complement the song.

11:00 PM, January 12th, 2021
Gatineau hills glenn
Another fun show in a curfew!;-) Thanks Chris across da pond!;-)

11:02 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
In the next edition of Bedtime Stories we'll be having a feature on local artist Mike Carss, who usually issues his mostly ambient work under the name Altus. Mike will be joining me for a chat about his past works and projects for 2021.

11:04 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
Thanks for the recommendation Glenn, they're highly regarded over here too.

11:05 PM, January 12th, 2021
Chris Lyne (host)
Goodnight all, thanks for listening

11:06 PM, January 12th, 2021