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On today's show we have returning co-host Barclay Nap www.corwhinherbsandproduce.ca, Deb Swidrovich and Kevin Thomason. Our guests brought some great music to play in between our discussion about GREN, the Region of Waterloo Growth Plan, and the OMB decision on the Regional Growth Plan, and a handful of other topics. http://smartgrowthwaterloo.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/SmartGrowthWaterloo We also had an interview with Dave Pyper about the IPM 2012 disbursements. http://www.ipm2012.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/ipm2012
90:02 minutes (61.83 MB)
We give the Mano Amigo's an update with what is happening with our Amazing Race Application and some very in depth Unicorn talk.
12:33 minutes (11.49 MB)
A late winter storm kept the visitors away. So we played all Canadian, and mostly local musicians for a warm stay-at-home feel.
113:47 minutes (52.09 MB)
The Mounties are recording! Hawksley Workman, Steve Bays (of Hot Hot Heat) and Ryan Dahle (of Limblifter and Age of Electric)
plus we Fix up our Limblifter mistakes from a few weeks back.
21:05 minutes (19.31 MB)
Our guest today is Kelly Daynard from Farm and Food Care. http://www.farmfoodcare.org/ We talk about taking the mystery out of agriculture. A great upcoming event is "Breakfast On The Farm" June 22 2013. Reserve your free tickets at http://ontariosbreakfastonthefarm.eventbrite.ca To be held near New Dundee Ontario.
54:59 minutes (50.34 MB)
In Part 2 we chat about Jack and Jesse's other musical collaborations and the Boys of Beggar's Banquet!
34:37 minutes (30.24 MB)
Jesse Webber and Jack Pender of The Crazy Diamonds – (who are becoming regulars on Coral FM) visited Sound FM to chat about upcoming concert happening Dark Sides and Dead Flowers featuring The Crazy Diamonds and Beggar's Banquet at The Wax Club in Kitchener on Sat April 6! We also played our fave Stones and Floyd trax just for fun and spoke about J and J's other musical collaborations from Jendyway to Happy Pappy!
35:44 minutes (31.45 MB)
Apparently Tickets are almost sold out! So if you wanna go to this extravaganza and see a band that appears on episode 3 of "The Electrifying Adventures of DJ Jeff E Jeff" and a group that will be on a future episode Check these guys out!
18:35 minutes (17.02 MB)
Pick A Piper was in the Mano A Mano studio on the Day of their Album release to talk about their big tour that starts April 3rd at the Starlight in Waterloo! Check out he podcast for contests, interviews, new music and MORE!
42:43 minutes (39.11 MB)
episode 92 The Swing and Blues Show march 28 2013 by jeff stager, kirsten van houton, max salman, kelly kirkham, dave trinh, olivier mayrand
The good news, we had a great show. The bad news, the last half lost in cyber-space. :( Lot's of guests tonight and many stories and musics.
51:15 minutes (47.01 MB)
Limblifter played the Starlight this past Thursday and the show was AWESOME! I was able to interview Ryan Dahle after the show and get the scoop on New Limblifter music. Check out the Podcast!!
30:26 minutes (27.86 MB)
Brendan James Stephens is known as The Vaudevillian – the members of his band include – Stephens, a suitcase, a snare/ pedal/cymbal concoction, a (resonated) guitar, a six string Banjo dubbed with the word with Howl!, banjo mandolin, and a Carzoo, which combined in performance with his other one man band tricks of the trade, transforms to “Carzoobamaphone.”
17:20 minutes (15.3 MB)
It's a night out at the movies! Actually it's guest John Tutt from http://www.princesscinemas.com sharing with us movies that involve agriculture. Something different for our show. Barclay Nap is our co-host and supplies a list of movies within the theme of agriculture.
62:30 minutes (57.22 MB)
Um-diddle-diddle-diddle um-diddleye,Um-diddle-diddle-diddle um-diddleye ....
31:42 minutes (27.91 MB)
Women of Waterloo Region is an Annual Recognition Event that celebrates ordinary women doing extraordinary things, often making a difference in the lives of others. While there are other organizations within Waterloo Region that recognize women for their outstanding achievements, WOW is unique.
In addition to recognizing individual women for their inspiration and contributions, WOW recipients in turn "pay it forward" (this year's theme) by recognizing an individual who has been a leader in her life, someone who has inspired and mentored her in her career or along her journey.
19:38 minutes (17.12 MB)
Whenever Mano A Mano is challenged with a new theme we always deliver a high quality battle! Check out Part 2 of this intense battle where the gloves (among other things) come off! (settle down I meant my jacket) and rock out another set of great tunes.
35:16 minutes (32.29 MB)
episode 44 The agricultue show march 19 2013 by jeff stager, barclay nap, brendan wylie-toal, joel johnson
Barclay and I hosted Brendan Wylie-Toal from www.MySustainableCanada.org and Joel Johnson from https://agro.basf.ca/basf/agprocan/agsolutions/asmain.nsf/index.html . We speak about local food and weeds. Lots of great music and a wrap-up with Barclay and Jeff.
96:23 minutes (55.16 MB)
episode 43 the agriculture show march 12 2013 by jeff stager, bob thirlwall, michael to, barclay nap
Todays show starts with Bob Thirlwall, a certified crop advisor who explains what monoculture and crop rotations are. Our second guest Michael To tells us of video games and board games that have an agricultural theme. Barclay and I finish the show with some general discussion of the days topics.
60:11 minutes (55.1 MB)
In Part 3 Peter talks about British label Market Square, Engine Room Audio in NYC, and his future projects with City Canyons promising more exciting work to come! For those interested in the more technical side of Painted Caravan's creative process (because there are over 50 instruments used on the album) there will be a feature article coming out in the April issue of British music trade magazine Music Tech. www.musictech.net.
23:05 minutes (20.53 MB)
In Part Two Peter talks about the various City Canyon artists on the album and their contributions. Principal contributors include Trebor Lloyd, Sara Wendt, Anne Husick, and David Steele. Other artists include Jen Elliott, I.V Webb, and Erin Sax Seymour, in addition to Peter's friend from Holland - Saskia Dommisse (Poet to their Beloved) and Kingsley Sage (British band Anemo). Peter also describes the technical process of what he likes to call “music colouration” which gives each song on The Painted Caravan its distinctive character.
19:03 minutes (16.75 MB)
Peter Ulrich is the former drummer/percussionist of Dead Can Dance and a past contributor to 4AD's This Mortal Coil. The Painted Caravan is his second release from New York's City Canyon Records.
31:15 minutes (27.58 MB)
Superbugs and superweeds. What do these words mean? Sean Dunnet from Dumfries Service Company gives us context to understand these terms. Scott Lisso and Barclay Nap are also our guests.
62:03 minutes (56.84 MB)
John FitzGibbon speaks today about Environmental Farm Plans. A completed EFP helps farm operators be aware of the environmental issues around their farmstead and qualifies them for some financial support to make those changes.
57:22 minutes (52.57 MB)
Ali and Max are on board for the second half of the show. Ali plays some music he will have for the Saturday WCS dance. Max brings his melodica for some music. Lots of chat!
66:53 minutes (61.24 MB)
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