Just in Time for Canada Day: A Collection of Canadian Songs Covered By Other Canadian Artists (Free Download!)

Dominionated is a new collection from Quick Before It Melts that’s available now for a free download.  You have until November 24–147 days from now–to grab it.  Why then?  Because QBIM is only making the download available for one day for each of Canada’s 147 years.  Here’s the tracklisting:

THE ALMIGHTY RHOMBUS Violent Dreams (Thrush Hermit)
ARCHERY GUILD Hold Tight (Gino Soccio)
CANVAS Andromeda (Zuckerbaby)
EXPWY featuring Julia Pessoa All Uncovered (The Watchmen)
FARRAGOES Lust For Love (Images In Vogue)
GDANSK All the Things I Wasn’t (The Grapes of Wrath)
KASHKA Curious (Sandbox)
LEE HARVEY OSMOND Black Velvet (Alannah Myles)
JERRY LEGER Wonderin’ (Neil Young)
[MP.G] The Criminal (Sons of Freedom)
EAMON McGRATH Young Offenders (Constantines)
MEEKO CHEECH Two Lips, Two Lungs and One Tongue (NoMeansNo)
OLD ENGLISH featuring MERIVAL Coming Back To You (Leonard Cohen)
PENNY BLACKS Tinfoil (Limblifter)
THE PROVINCIAL ARCHIVE G Turns to D (Sloan)
SHE’S Fountains (The Nils)
SOME MINOR NOISE Broken Bones (Love Inc.)
STONETROTTER Eyes of a Stranger (Payola$)
TWIN LIBRARY Doesn’t Really Matter (Platinum Blonde)
TIMMINS&BLOOD The Ballad of Jacob Peck (John Bottomley)
VENUS SANS FUR Behind the Garage (Eric’s Trip)

 

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is an internationally known broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker. In his 30+ years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters. He’s also known as a musicologist and documentarian through programs like The Ongoing History of New Music.

2 thoughts on “Just in Time for Canada Day: A Collection of Canadian Songs Covered By Other Canadian Artists (Free Download!)

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  • July 10, 2014 at 8:57 pm
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    “… I would listen to music on my dad’s old sawdust-covered radio. I don’t remember what station it was… but they played ‘Curious’ all the time. It was a song that I always got in my head, and to my little mind it was a really sad, longing song for someone far away; maybe a parent or friend long-lost. Years later… I still get those nostalgic feelings when I hear the first few bars of the song. And yes, it still gets in my head and stays there for days.”

    Guarantee that was 102.1.

    Nifty compilation. My favourite was Twin Library’s version of Doesn’t Really Matter.

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