Meat & Potatoes #29

This edition of Meat & Potatoes was extra-special.  I teamed up with the Kings of Dawson City, Ben Rudis and Brendan Reese, to do some live broadcasting from the Film Fest street barbecue, which was held during my usual Sunday time slot.  Ben and Brendan kicked things off out in the street by teasing some "Kitimavictims", and later on things really got cooking when Ben took over in the studio and I headed over to the barbecue.  Having met many filmmakers over the course of the weekend, I saw all sorts of people I knew and wanted to talk to, and just kept accosting person after person and making them talk to me.  It was pretty amazing and I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to do this.  Big thanks to Ben and Brendan, and also to CFYT President Jen Laliberte for helping us get going with the remote broadcasting gear.

Hopefully I'll be able to get a podcast of this episode up and running soon.

In the meantime, the playlist:

  1. Alex Ebert--A Million Years
  2. The Beatles--The Ballad of John and Yoko
  3. The Band--Ophelia
  4. Joe Cocker--Feelin' Alright
  5. DJ Format feat. Abdominal & D-Sisive--3 Feet Deep
  6. Lyrics Born--Do That There
  7. Musical Youth--Pass the Dutchie
  8. Trooper--We're Here for A Good Time
  9. Katrina and the Waves--Walking on Sunshine
  10. Poison--Rock and Roll All Nite Long
  11. Martha and the Vandellas--Dancing in the Streets
  12. Lee Dorsey--Ya Ya
  13. Bill Haley and the Comets--Rock Around the Clock
  14. The Be Good Tanyas--The Littlest Birds
  15. Hank Williams III--Six Pack of Beer
  16. Arcade Fire--Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
  17. TV on the Radio--Golden Age
  18. Curtis Mayfield--Pusherman
Brendan and Ben back in the station.

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