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Canadian Musician - November/December 2001

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November/December 2001 - Vol. XXIII, No. 6


Matthew Good Band

by Jim Kelly

Vancouver's Matthew Good Band overcame inner-band turbulance late summer to release The Audio Of Being the October, which some are calling the band's best recording yet. Dave Genn, Rich"Rock"Priske and Ian Browne of the band, along with producer Warne Livesy, spoke to CM about how they birthed this record.



by Rod Christie

Nine siblings who sing, dance, and playinstruments form the core of Leahy, one of Canada's most successful traditional groups tht is keept their style of music alive and well. Their second release, Lakefield, named after their hometown, cements their status as a solid recording and touring act that will be around for a long time to come.



by Krista Lamb

Chris Murphy walks CM through how Sloan opted for a different approach when readying its Pretty Together album, including a more collaborative songwriting process than the band usually takes, and the adoption of digital recording techniques.


Percussion 2001

by Julian Mainprize

CM brings you advice from some of the world's top drummers, including David Garibaldi, Jeff Burrows of The Tea Party, Bryan Adams' Mickey Curry, Rick Gratton, and Peruvian percussion master Alex Acuna.


DIY: How to Get a Job, in the Music and Recording Industry.


Changes: Scholarships for Percussionsists...and more!


Showcase: Tiny Bill Cody, Mary Simon and Beyond The Pale.


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