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  1. Leijon: From Arcade Fire to Kaytranada, six Montreal albums that shaped the decade

    Erik Leijon, freelance music journalist and critic talks about the best Montreal records of the decade.

    https://www.iheartradio.ca/cjad/audio/from-arcade-fire-to-kaytranada-six-montreal-albums-that-shaped-the-decade-1.10352684?mode=Article

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  2. Billy Bragg shares his memories of the late singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl

    This year, singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl would have turned 60. Her good friend, political singer and activist Billy Bragg, joined us to share his memories of her.

    https://www.cbc.ca/radio/q/wednesday-nov-27-2019-dan-piepenbring-mappe-of-and-more-1.5374005/billy-bragg-shares-his-memories-of-the-late-singer-songwriter-kirsty-maccoll-1.5374052

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  3. Kiss’ Paul Stanley on being Starchild, discovering Beethoven and entering the Hall Of Fame | Soundcheck

    Paul Stanley, founding member of Kiss, talks about his first encounter with Gene Simmons, accidentally writing a famous mondegreen, how he stays in shape and why the band decided to enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/soundcheck/segments/kiss-paul-stanley

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  4. Farkas: It’s a year round job booking Osheaga

    An Osheaga feature chat with Nick Farkas, Evenko’s VP for concerts and events. For his sins, Nick is a life time Liverpool supporter.

    https://www.tsn.ca/radio/montreal-690/farkas-it-s-a-year-round-job-booking-osheaga-1.1343972

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  5. NPR Music Shares 2019’s Songs Of The Summer

    What will be the definitive song of summer 2019? NPR’s Michel Martin invites Stephen Thompson and Lyndsey McKenna of NPR Music to share their picks.

    https://www.npr.org/2019/07/07/739357992/npr-music-shares-2019s-songs-of-the-summer

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  6. The Purple Hour: Prince And The Minneapolis Sound

    If Prince had been the only musician to have come out of Minneapolis, the city’s musical reputation would already be at legendary status. The late, legendary Prince wasn’t just from Minnesota. He was of Minnesota. Even after achieving global stardom, Prince kept a presence in his hometown, establishing Paisley Park, a studio, creative space and musical mecca outside of Minneapolis.

    In a special episode from the studios of Minnesota Public Radio, we hear stories of Prince from people who were close to him, and we explore the musical landscape he grew up in and helped shape for the next generation.

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  7. How Prince Worked His Magic On The Bangles’ ‘Manic Monday’

    Originals, the latest posthumous release from The Prince Estate, compiles 15 previously unheard songs Prince wrote and demoed for other artists. Among the familiar titles penned by Prince are Sheila E.’s "The Glamorous Life," Kenny Rogers’ "You’re My Love," and the Bangles "Manic Monday." For the Bangles, "Manic Monday" was a career breakthrough and, according to Bangle Susanna Hoffs, the culmination of a magical series of events.

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  8. Why Audiophiles Hate Bose | TDNC Podcast #93

    Bose is a household name when it comes to speakers and headphones — so just why do audiophiles hate it so much? This Does Not Compute Podcast

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  9. Sheepdogs: Fans should want more than the classics

    Ewan Currie and Ryan Gullen from the Sheepdogs drop by the studio to talk CFL, Saskatchewan, music in 2018 and all things Canada.

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  10. Lessons in Love from Holland-Dozier-Holland - The New Yorker Radio Hour - WNYC Studios

    What we can learn about love by analyzing the work of Motown’s songwriting geniuses.

    Vinson Cunningham wrote in The New Yorker that, “with all due respect to Smokey Robinson, the Motown Sound as we know it was created by Holland-Dozier-Holland.” Brian Holland, Eddie Holland, and Lamont Dozier wrote “Heat Wave,” “Baby Love,” “How Sweet It Is,” and many other hits. Cunningham says that those classics reflect a uniquely tragic view of love: it’s guaranteed to go bad before it even starts.

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