0:00 - 2:15 Intro. (includes a 30-second segment of "King of Spain" by Moxy Früvous).
2:16 - 6:06 Pamela Brennan - Amsterdam (from her 2009 CD, 100 Photographs)
6:07 - 10:57 Colin Linden - From The Water (from his 2009 CD, From The Water)
10:58 - 12:55 Kevin introduces Jian Ghomeshi! (includes a 30-segment segment of "Stuck in the 90s" by Moxy Früvous)
12:56 - 30:44 Kevin chats with Jian about his circuitous career trajectory, and how he sees himself fitting in to the Canadian arts landscape. And like, duh... of course I asked him about Billybob Thornton.
30:45 - 31:35 outro...Thanks for listening!
The Ruckus Blog: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca/
Jian Ghomeshi on CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/q/
Pamela Brennan: http://www.pamelabrennan.com/
Colin Linden: http://www.colinlinden.com/
Moxy Früvous: http://www.fruvous.com (has not been updated for a while)
The segments of Moxy Fruvous songs appear courtesy of Warner Music Canada: http://www.warnermusic.ca/
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