Canada’s Best Music – 5 Songs At A Time – Part 8
It is Sunday and time for the next 5 of Canada’s best music. In this edition, we have an alternative/folk player, some classic rock and some unidentifiable pop.
1. Matthew Good
“I’m a Window”
A classic tune from one of Canada’s current day rock heroes. This is a live acoustic version of I’m A Window, in 2007. –
An Alt-Rock group from the 1990’s, Ontario’s Junkhouse enters my list with an excellent tune called “Shine”. –
3. Coney Hatch
A further entry to the list by Canada’s biggest selling band. This is a live version of Bus Rider, performed by the original band on a reunion tour in 2001. This song was actually a collaboration between Cummings and Kurt Winter. Kurt and Greg Leskiw were tapped to replace Randy Bachman when he left the group. Not that it took 2 players to replace him, just a change in philosophy as the band evolved, utilizing some additional flexibility.
A second entry by 90’s rockers, The Headstones.
- Canada’s Best Music – 5 Songs At A Time – Part 5 (joebeans2002.wordpress.com)