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Season 4, Episode 10 – Special guest Tracy-Ann Leith from Voicesbytracy

https://seanorama.podbean.com/mf/play/hnzqmk/Episode_10.mp3

Seanorama and Tracy-Ann Leith from Voicesbytracy discuss Winnipeg not yet a city; Gene Simmons’ latest release, a collaboration with Ace Frehley; some talk about Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) being on par with John Bonham (Led Zeppelin); new Montreal radio station Mountain City Rock; new Warrant music with Robert Mason; new band Greta Van Fleet; failure of modern radio and their ineptitude in breaking Hozier’s Take Me To Church and Chevelle’s Send The Pain Below.

 

http://www.voicesbytracy.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greta_Van_Fleet

http://www.mountaincityrock.com/

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Season 4, Episode 9 – Introducing Eileen Gould McGinity

In this episode, you will get to meet Seanorama’s mom. Learn about Eileen’s musical start in the business. Let’s all take a trip down memory lane and visit Moncton in the 60’s and the scene. She talks about The Bluenotes, the Pete Porter Orchette, Top 10 Plus, CKCW, Supper Club, The Brunswick Playboys, the Gemstones, the Saxons

 

Summertime

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oauBSXp8LLY

 

You Don’t Know Me

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD1EWp6jo4E

 

 

@eileengouldmcginity @Billgould @paulmelanson #bluenotes #peteporterorchette @mikegould @rongould @pattigould @williamgould @brianmcginity @toddmcginity #monctonscene #moncton #cabaret #rockandroll #toptenplus #ckcw #supperclub @garyhumes @leodoiron #brunswickplayboys @robertbrace @leoboudreau @larrymelanson #Gemstones #saxons #domeband @mikemason @toddmcginity

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Season 4, Episode 8 – Influences Behind Dome’s Todd McGinity

Seanorama and guest host Todd Fastfretfingers discuss Todd’s second set of musical discoveries in the basement of DJ David Brun’s record collection. They discuss the importance of early ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Downchild Blues Band, Foreigner, Eagles and Cheech and Chong. They tell their Burton Cummings story, clubbing days with local Winnipeg bands, dad’s record collection, including The Ventures, The Beatles, CCR, Jerry Reed, Boney M, and Abba.

 

Also, the duo discuss their upcoming show September 15th at the Pyramid Cabaret.

 

Jerry Reed – Guitar Man

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95V1XJZ2xYE

 

Boney M was in fact created by Frank Farian, the creator of Milli Vanilli.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Farian

 

Fleetwood Mac’s Rumors

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumours_(album)

 

ZZ Top’s Tres Hombres

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tres_Hombres

 

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Second Helping

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Helping

 

Downchild Blues Band

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Downchild_Blues_Band

 

CCR’s Pendulum

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pendulum_(Creedence_Clearwater_Revival_album)

 

Jerry Reed’s Ko Ko Joe

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ko-Ko_Joe

 

Jerry Reed – Guitar Man

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95V1XJZ2xYE

 

Eagles Live

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eagles_Live

#garybrun #davidbrun #valdy #turntable #zztop #lynyrdskynyrd #downchildbluesband #pyramidcabaret #vinyl #secondhelping #treshombres #fandango #downchildbluesband #foreigner #eagles #donfelder #joewalsh #fleetwoodmac #rumors #ckcw #burtoncummings #palladium #toothnnail #shakenaked #lenitaerickson #marclabossiere #guesswho #ktel #ventures #ccr #pendulum #jerryreed #velvetunderground #ChetAtkins #beatles #abba #voulezvous #michaeljackson #thriller

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Season 4, Episode 7 – Top 5 Albums

In this episode with guest co-host Todd fingersmcgin, the duo discuss Todd’s top favorite albums of all time, the story behind the why, and what was happening when those albums were discovered.

 

#Chilliwack #headpins #rush #exitstageleft #dokken #breakingthechains #vanhalen #1984 #turnitloud #kissaliveII #triumph #opusX #honeymoonsuite #vinyl #breakingthechains #domeband #ironmaiden #acdc

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Season 4, Episode 6 – Rock Is Dead and No One Cares

Seanorama and special guest Tracy-Ann Leith discuss whether rock music has finally been killed as Gene Simmons and Dee Snider tell it, or whether there is still life in the old beast. Since the advent of Napster and the digital music age, it is not news to anyone that the sale of albums continuously dwindle each year. Is rock dead or is there a resurgence many of us don’t see coming?

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