In the spirit of “voting” — THAT day when we get to exercise our rights to select a leader appropriate for our nation called Canada, I decided to put together a playlist of songs that I think really express how I feel about the whole shabang, exclusively by Canadian artists. First off, you must know I am […]
Author Archives: 4mewla
Here it is! The stage!
I don’t know about you, but this is looking like an ideal family Christmas — good thing Snoop is around to remind us all of what values we should prioritize during the holidays.
What’s crackalakin is my new favourite fordism. Interestingly enough that word – fordism – wants to auto-correct to cordial! I guess to be cordial with fordial you’d need to have a Mickey tuckered into your armpit and be rubbing his belly cooing about the economic savings while he packs the bowl and lights it (or […]
Have you ever walked the streets of London. On a day when it hasn’t quite rained, but it sure looks like it will. Up ahead in the sky there is a wash of light grey cloud. Behind you go the rows of red brick brownstones, corner pubs, cobblers and candy shoppes. And you walk and […]
Gordon Lightfoot vs. Old Crow Medicine Show The subject is transportation – who does it best? Would you go steel rail or wagon wheel? Nothing can deny the burgeoning pattern of current bands reaching into worlds-of-gone for soulful ditties, a practise that is bringing us beyond music, lots of places that boast a cultural melange […]
Does anybody wonder what Pacey from Dawson’s Creek it up to now? He’s singing country ballads that stick nicely to a production formula that asks you to listen straightly, and evenly, to passive lyrics about sitting down and having a beer with that long-haired figure, the most famous of them all – Jesus. I bet […]
Don’t end up going out in the same costume as someone else!!!! How embarrassing would that be?
It started by my parents dressing my little-baby-self up like a cowgirl or a pumpkin on October 31st, a bit of paint on the face, an outfit ensemble. We’d take photos and then get candy up and down the street, careful not to run too much or we’d get in trouble. It evolved into my […]
This video was shot in Sandbanks Provincial Park, which is misplaced generally on the Prince Edward tip, a two and a half hours drive east of Toronto, south alongside the Lake. It is literally a large sandbank. Looks beautiful. The Acorn are from Ottawa and formed in 2003. This video really reminds me of some […]