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Old 07-31-2004, 07:09 AM   #1
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Stage #2 (Music Workshops - Cover Day)

12:30 - 1:15: "Joni Mitchell" by Steve Murphy and Friends
1:30 - 2:15: "Gordon Lightfoot" by Bob Burchill and Friends
2:30 - 3:15: "Leonard Cohen" by Steve Sinnicks and Friends
3:30 - 4:15: "The Band" by Steve Murphy and Friends
4:30 - 5:15: "Neil Young" by Les Cooper and Friends

Gage Park (pretty near Grant Ave. Studio)
night acts include Randy & Tal Bachman, Sass Jordan, Jacksoul, Junkhouse...Jackhouse, etc
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Old 07-31-2004, 07:09 AM   #2
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Stage #2 (Music Workshops - Cover Day)

12:30 - 1:15: "Joni Mitchell" by Steve Murphy and Friends
1:30 - 2:15: "Gordon Lightfoot" by Bob Burchill and Friends
2:30 - 3:15: "Leonard Cohen" by Steve Sinnicks and Friends
3:30 - 4:15: "The Band" by Steve Murphy and Friends
4:30 - 5:15: "Neil Young" by Les Cooper and Friends

Gage Park (pretty near Grant Ave. Studio)
night acts include Randy & Tal Bachman, Sass Jordan, Jacksoul, Junkhouse...Jackhouse, etc
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Old 08-01-2004, 12:46 AM   #3
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I do not plan on attending being far too busy as I am but can you elaborate on what this is all about?
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Old 08-01-2004, 12:46 AM   #4
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I do not plan on attending being far too busy as I am but can you elaborate on what this is all about?
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Old 08-01-2004, 10:21 AM   #5
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thought local musicians might enjoy, just Bob doing a music workshop re covering GL tunes (i'd anticipate a version of CRT being included)... quite a character



more info on the festival in general:
http://www.creativearts.on.ca/viewsection.php/6

the folks who organize this work out of the Tivoli Theatre where 'talkies' where shown for the first time in Canada way back when... ugh, last month the roof caved in, consequently the 3rd floor section had to be demolished... lovely place, last of dying breed, can't raise the funds to restore it, sad... i believe it's now owned by the Sniderman family (Sam the Record Man)... just saw Sarah Harmer play there last year ) ...oh, i've gone well off topic

say, it's August, take a breather, eh
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Old 08-01-2004, 10:21 AM   #6
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thought local musicians might enjoy, just Bob doing a music workshop re covering GL tunes (i'd anticipate a version of CRT being included)... quite a character



more info on the festival in general:
http://www.creativearts.on.ca/viewsection.php/6

the folks who organize this work out of the Tivoli Theatre where 'talkies' where shown for the first time in Canada way back when... ugh, last month the roof caved in, consequently the 3rd floor section had to be demolished... lovely place, last of dying breed, can't raise the funds to restore it, sad... i believe it's now owned by the Sniderman family (Sam the Record Man)... just saw Sarah Harmer play there last year ) ...oh, i've gone well off topic

say, it's August, take a breather, eh
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Old 08-09-2004, 10:38 AM   #7
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a wonderful afternoon but too brief, only a handful of folks turned into hundreds who had flocked from other venues (there are 4 or 5 stages) to the grass in front of the stage once those familiar melodies filled the air

a good buzz in the air, bob & friend(s) rambled off a few tales and performed Early morning rain, For lovin' me, Trilogy, Home from the forest (outstanding version, he said he was inspired by Ronnie Hawkin's version), Rainy day people, Don quixote, Song for winter's night, Alberta bound...

he got heckled from a fan for not doing the Wreck, who would have thought they needed a bouncer at a family day event, lol!

an afternoon surrounded by total strangers but all Gord fans singing together, priceless...actually, the whole festival was free, that fits my budget these days

may i email someone who'll post (sucessfully, unlike my efforts) a pic?

ps) i dunno if my wee 3 month old will love me or hate me when he's older but when his teen (hip hop?) friends ask him one day 'what was your first concert?' he'll have to honestly reply 'Bob Burchill', lol

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Old 08-09-2004, 10:38 AM   #8
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a wonderful afternoon but too brief, only a handful of folks turned into hundreds who had flocked from other venues (there are 4 or 5 stages) to the grass in front of the stage once those familiar melodies filled the air

a good buzz in the air, bob & friend(s) rambled off a few tales and performed Early morning rain, For lovin' me, Trilogy, Home from the forest (outstanding version, he said he was inspired by Ronnie Hawkin's version), Rainy day people, Don quixote, Song for winter's night, Alberta bound...

he got heckled from a fan for not doing the Wreck, who would have thought they needed a bouncer at a family day event, lol!

an afternoon surrounded by total strangers but all Gord fans singing together, priceless...actually, the whole festival was free, that fits my budget these days

may i email someone who'll post (sucessfully, unlike my efforts) a pic?

ps) i dunno if my wee 3 month old will love me or hate me when he's older but when his teen (hip hop?) friends ask him one day 'what was your first concert?' he'll have to honestly reply 'Bob Burchill', lol

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Old 08-09-2004, 10:48 AM   #9
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quote:Originally posted by jj:
a wonderful afternoon but too brief, only a handful of folks turned into hundreds who had flocked from other venues (there are 4 or 5 stages) to the grass in front of the stage once those familiar melodies filled the air

a good buzz in the air, bob & friend(s) rambled off a few tales and performed Early morning rain, For lovin' me, Trilogy, Home from the forest (outstanding version, he said he was inspired by Ronnie Hawkin's version), Rainy day people, Don quixote, Song for winter's night, Alberta bound...

he got heckled from a fan for not doing the Wreck, who would have thought they needed a bouncer at a family day event, lol!

an afternoon surrounded by total strangers but all Gord fans singing together, priceless...actually, the whole festival was free, that fits my budget these days

may i email someone who'll post (sucessfully, unlike my efforts) a pic?

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JJ,
sounds like a great way to pass an afternoon. Wish I could have been there.
(hey, why don't you register as a member?
btw you ARE our Jimbo. right? I'm gonna be wearing a very red face if you are some total stranger! LOL )
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no clue what yer talking about, lady? quit freaking me out...

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no clue what yer talking about, lady? quit freaking me out...

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Old 08-09-2004, 03:26 PM   #12
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Hey JJ - if you can haul ass to Hamilton then head to Whitby with the kid and wife! I'll play air guitar for ya!
I think the piano is still in tune...Darryl has a couple of gee-tars as well....
I'll char-beque up some of those pork chops you like!
it's FREE!!!!
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Hey JJ - if you can haul ass to Hamilton then head to Whitby with the kid and wife! I'll play air guitar for ya!
I think the piano is still in tune...Darryl has a couple of gee-tars as well....
I'll char-beque up some of those pork chops you like!
it's FREE!!!!
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FREE PORKCHOPS? I would walk from Scarborough for a porkchop! lol...

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too kind, char i'll table it at our next little family meeting (remember the Brady Bunch having those? lol) ... around here, what i say goes ...well, goes third but still
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too kind, char i'll table it at our next little family meeting (remember the Brady Bunch having those? lol) ... around here, what i say goes ...well, goes third but still
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john's album says KEEP OUT but i can't find how to make a new one so i ignored the warning

well, i may have succeeded but it's supposed to be a much bigger version, i just can't seem to get that one up!

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john's album says KEEP OUT but i can't find how to make a new one so i ignored the warning

well, i may have succeeded but it's supposed to be a much bigger version, i just can't seem to get that one up!

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here's the link version (bigger) for janice&co
http://groups.msn.com/TheHomePageOfG...oto&PhotoID=31


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here's the link version (bigger) for janice&co
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