There was one person in that crew of perhaps a dozen talented and ambitious producers who responded to my distress – Stuart McLean.
Articles written by: Irwin Block
Ricardo was different. He was desperate, almost frantic.
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It seems it takes a Canadian perspective to critically relate to the dangerously evolving political climate in the U.S.A.
With a mix of relatively well–known modern jazz tunes and originals, innovative electric guitarist Gary Schwartz has recruited two of the more interesting and inventive younger Montreal musicians for this delightful collaborative effort.
You gave us your words, you gave us your songs The music lives on, their melodies strong The Sisters of Mercy, Marianne, and Suzanne Part of our family, these women of Our Man You moved through life in search of the light From the family home in Westmount You found […]
First, Leonard Cohen belonged to us, only later did the rest of the world claim him.