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Songwriter Jimmy Webb Tells The Stories Behind His Classics

November 15, 2013 - Jimmy Webb is a songwriter, composer, and singer who has written hits including "Up, Up and Away," "By the Time I get to Phoenix," "Galveston," and "MacArthur Park."
On Okkervil River’s New The Siver Gymnasium It’s 1987 In Small Town New Hampshire

November 14, 2013 - Our session today with Okkervil River features music from the band’s new album The Silver Gymnasium. The album is an homage to lead singer Will Sheff’s childhood growing up in Meriden, New Hampshire in 1987.
Sense Of Place: Toronto – Celebrating Ten Years of Arts & Crafts With Kevin Drew And Jeffrey Remedios

November 13, 2013 - Today for our Toronto Sense of Place series we talk with the guys behind Arts & Crafts Records - Jeffrey Remedios, formerly of Virgin Records, and Kevin Drew, co-founder of Broken Social Scene.
Sense of Place: Toronto - A Special Performance From Broken Social Scene’s Brendan Canning

November 13, 2013 - As our Sense of Place visit to Toronto continues our guest is Brendan Canning, the co-founder of Broken Social Scene. Brendan and Kevin Drew share leadership of the Toronto based collective which is now on hiatus.
Author Ben Fong-Torres With His book Willin: The Story of Little Feat

November 12, 2013 - Today, Tuesday November 12, is the publishing date for San Francisco based journalist Ben Fong-Torres’ new band biography of Little Feat.
Laura Veirs Rich Musical Weave On New Album Warp & Weft

November 12, 2013 - Laura Veirs has been one of our favorite singer songwriters since her trio of albums on Nonesuch starting with Carbon Glacier in 2004.
Vintage Cafe For Sense Of Place: Toronto - Broken Social Scene From 2006

November 11, 2013 - Broken Social Scene is on hiatus now but here is a session made when they were much more than a band big in Toronto. It was 2006 and the Broken Social Scene album was out.
Live Performance From Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros And We Talk With Leader Alex Ebert

Right from the beginning Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeroes have been an amazing live band. They brought people together even before their first album Up from Below which contained the crowd pleasing love song "Home." Today we will hear live performances from The XPoNential Music Festival
White Denim Learn From Recording With Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy on Corsicana Lemonade

It is a pleasure to welcome White Denim back to the Cafe today. The Texas based guitar band has recently released Corsicana Lemonade, their fourth album, the follow-up to 2011’s D. Things are a little different this time around. Known for James Petralli’s virtuoso guitar playing,
Born in Toronto - Neil Young From The Archives For Sense of Place

November 6 2013 - Our Sense of Place: Toronto continues with one from Neil Young who was born in the city. It was recorded in Nashville in 2005 upon the release of the Prairie Wind album.

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