This is a perfect example of not judging things by a name. Initially when I hear a band name like Spooky Tooth or Mahogany Frog I’m thinking “Really??” But guess what? In this episode you’re going to hear that these cats with the bizarre names are really pretty good! I’m also very happy to share
Hello again friends. I hope that you are well. I really liked doing this episode. I think I’m starting to get the hang of this. I don’t think I mentioned this before but this radio thing is completely new to me. There is quite a lot to learn. I admire the folks who do this
This episode is one of my favourites to date. It just feels different. You’ll see what I mean. A couple of days ago I was listening to Episode 3 and came to a realization. When I’ve been recording these shows I’ve had papers and notes all over the place and I was practically reading a
There’s something that I’d like to confess to whoever reads this. It’s about the Progressive Rock music I play for the show. I don’t love all of it. Really. I do love most of it though. However, even if it’s something that I wouldn’t play when I’m resting or driving in my car I do
I don’t know if I’ve mentioned it on here but I have an email set up just for this show. TestingForEchoCHSR [at] gmail [dot] com I’d love to hear from you. Hit me with comments, recommendations, requests, constructive criticism (I can take it. Really). I have access to a LOT of music here that I
If you enjoy Canadian content you’re really going to like the next couple of episodes. I’ve been doing a whole lot of digging into a whole lot of great music. Canadian or otherwise. I’m sure you knew that RUSH was going to make an appearance soon. They’re in here. Do you remember Nash The Slash?
Many years ago in 1978 the band NIGHTWINDS was hired to play my school, A. Y. Jackson Secondary School in North York, Ontario. At the time I was already worshipping RUSH but had not fully delved into Progressive Rock yet. I had not heard music like theirs before but I knew that they were fantastic