Folk Oasis Episode September 18, 2013

Broadcast on 18-Sep-2013

8:00pm - 10:00pm

Interview with film director Chelsea McMullan
Live phone interview with Chelsea McMullan (re: VIFF documentary "My Prairie Home"): 20 min.
While controversy continues here at UBC (http://president.ubc.ca/featured/2013/09/18/ubc-measures-announced-to-address-the-c-u-s-frosh-events/) it's also SOCAN reporting week for our station. A fine excuse to play CanCon, featuring artists who are playing in Vancouver in the near future. The notable exception being the song by Arrogant Worms, which I played since it's Int'l Talk Like A Pirate Day tomorrow. Arrrr!
Tonight I broke with tradition and interviewed a non-musician. Chelsea McMullan is director of a documentary about transgendered folk musician Rae Spoon. The film has its world premiere at the upcoming Vancouver Film Festival. (a great film, so try to see it when it's here)
Enjoy the rest of your week, folks, and thanks again for listening to this podcast.
Cheers!
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Track Listing:

Red Sand Serenade
Steve Dawson · We Belong To The Gold Coast
Spider Season
Zubot & Dawson · Strang
I Will Be A Wall
Rae Spoon · My Prairie Home
Love Is A Hunter
Rae Spoon · My Prairie Home
Day The World Ends
Jeremy Fisher · Mint Juleps
Let It Lie
The Bros. Landreth · Let It Lie
Oh Mother
Rachelle Van Zanten · Oh Mother
Oh Father
Bodhi Jones · Where Does The Time Go?
Rabbit's Foot
David Newberry · when we learn the things we need to learn.
I Wouldn't Dance
David Myles · In The Nighttime
Do Not Let Me Go
Joshua Hyslop · Where the Mountain Meets the Valley
Come & Gone
Kalle Mattson · Anchors
Woke Up
Zachary Lucky · The Ballad of Losing You
Birds of Belfast
Rose Cousins · single
Exile
Eamon McGrath · Exile Part 1
The City
The Fugitives · Bigger Than Luck
Jail Tattoo
Mac Pontiac · single
Red, Red Rose
The Deep Dark Woods · Jubilee
The Last Saskatchewan Pirate
Arrogant Worms · The Arrogant Worms