Sunday, March 6, 2011

S03 E04: Here and Now

Where did the time go? March? Really?

A variety of topics this week: not much on planning, but a lot on recent cultural happenings. If there's an overriding theme , it might be "current perspectives on one's sense of place and identity", but there probably isn't one, really. Just enjoy!

We're the Franco/Hathaway of the Internet


J.Lo feat. Pit Bull - On The Floor
Luke Doucet - You Gotta Get It
Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon
Arianne Moffatt - Montréal
Wolf Parade - Soldier's Grin
Luke Doucet and Melissa McLelland - Broken One
Luke Doucet - Hey Now


Luke Doucet's Website
Hamilton artist David Collier
Academy president admits Oscars weren't that great, but at least "we tried something"


I'd pay good money to see that.


William Robert said...

Hi Alice and Tyler,

I always enjoy listening!

I am reading a lot about creativity lately and how the complex interplay of individual and group time plays a role in this. Just read a great book by Keith Sawyer on "Group Genius" . Interested in how you two creative people think about how being alone and being in groups helps along creativity. Mostly, how do these two states play off each other in your experience?

Love your music. Like hearing about walking the streets of Montreal. Like hearing your different takes on the Oscars.

Chellie Meow

William Robert said...

I had to use William Robert's account, but it is me, Chellie.

William Robert said...

Good evening A & T.

You have now twigged my interest about the Hockey Musical. Can hardly wait!

It's been a long time since I have heard the song "Bobcaygeon". It's arguably the best of Tragically Hip tunes.

If you are looking for musical themes, perhaps concentrating on different styles rather than eras would be interesting. The best of folk, rock, R&B, jazz, classical, etc. More cow bell!!

Happy St. Patrick's Day!