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Canadian Musician - September/October 2007

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September/October 2007 - Vol. XXIX, No. 5

Bedouin Soundclash

by Karen Bliss

Street Gospels, inspired by a grittier side of urban life, is an exercise in crafting the songs your way and getting what you want in production. The band and Producer Daryl Jenifer speak candidly about conflict, agreement, and getting the work done.


by Kevin Young

A Cold Cup Of Poison is Texas-style raw. Featuring the recent addition of drummer Billy “Thunderball” Maddox, the band recorded at Willie Nelson’s Pedervales Studio. Also check out the Austin, TX scene from the Canadian perspective.

Steve Piticco

by Levon Ichkhanian

Canada’s busiest country guitarist is known for his chicken-pickin’ chops. Read on about his down-to-earth musicality.


by John Klepko

Read on for practical advice about the importance of designing your space and selecting gear … plus some ways around having to spend the big bucks.

Licensing For Film & TV

by Lonny Knapp

How to get your songs published with frank advice from the Music Supervisors, the Composers, the Biz people, and the Producers.

Indie Insider: Marketing Yourself On MySpace.

Changes: NAMM Study Reveals Connection Between Music Education & High Test Scores...and more!

Showcase: Colin Munroe, Dan Mangan and Kiran

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