The Guilt and the Shame: Tales of the Canadian WestThe Beavers Think It's Spring
Labour Day Classic
I Have Seen The Future
Pelican Lake Conversion
Bring Our Boys Home
Where Are My Keys?
He Is My Everything
Musicians tend to take their love relationships for granted or mess them up subconsciously for material. Not me. This little roots rock number is a celebration of commitment (and resignation, and then despair)...
This Old House
We lived here for a year. Fay was in the basement with her dog and her tobacco and plaster casts of angels and naked friends embracing. She had the scoop on the history of the house; the last bit is our contribution to the timeline.
Sit And Duck
Everybody's doing a brand new dance now...this is the dance craze for the apocalypse. It's so easy, even white men can do it.
One of Two Things
Local news story explains that the out-of-commission bookmobiles of old are repainted and used as safe spots and mobile clinics for street teens. Now I aint too much on booklearnin', but...
Shy at first, when she played and sang a beautiful Arabic song for the class, it was cliche time- the power of music, teachers learning from students...where's Robin Williams?
Written on a mandolin with a high fever after a trip to the badlands of Alberta, a near dead cactus offers a bright red shooting star flower for inspiration.
Extreme to Me
Extreme pita, extreme savings, extreme picture framing, extreme tan, extreme cumshots, extreme snow removal. Calgary, you don't know what extreme is.
Anti-love bad boy goes head to head with try-hard, hurray for love boy, and the winner is...
Easy on the Eyes
It's like when Jack is hanging on by his fingers to the edge of the liferaft, and Rose is crying and screaming 'Hang on Jack! I love you!' over and over until Jack gets so annoyed he welcomes a cold death.
Call it destiny, serendipity, divine justice- some people have good luck and some people have shit luck.
Write a letter to your local MP. Or kidnap and torture them.
Cactus Man (reprise)