Sack Of Soul is back and ready to charm the pants off your ears. Or something. Kicking off with a nugget from Locksmith, through to new voice Michael Kiwanuka, then on to Ramsey Lewis, a couple of crusty library tracks, three in a row from the legendary Syl Johnson and ending with a Gil Scott-Heron stomper, there’s something for everyone. Click that button people!
This is a bit of a departure for us: Spoken Word Storytelling from the Canadian suburbs of the 70s. Featuring homemade planes, world record attempts, suburban warfare and a boy named Woman.
A trans-continental phone call conjures up visions of a ragtag group of pre-adolescent boys, as they run amok on a cul-de-sac in suburban Canada in the late 1970s. Think Gummo meets The Wonder Years.
BD Harrington takes you on another unique journey – this time down someone else’s Memory Lane, set to a soundtrack from the likes of Great Lake Swimmers, The Avett Brothers, and Josh Ritter.
You’ll find the full show below but we’ve also made an abridged version without music available for you to download, and listen in your own time.