ONE SONG is an interview series about your favourite artists, favourite song. I ask a songwriter to pick One Song from their whole collection... no mean feat.
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Mark Sasso is one of the founding members of ELLIOTT BROOD talking about his One Song "Their Will" released on the album "Days into Years" 2011.
We have crossed paths many times over the last few years as Stephen Pitkin also helps me with drums and mastering on many of my projects. Please visit Elliott Broods website for details on their new release "KEEPER" released September 2020.
 
Elliott Brood is a Canadian three-piece, alternative country band formed in 2002 in Toronto, consisting of Mark Sasso on lead vocals, guitar, banjo, ukulele, harmonica, and kazoo, Casey Laforet on guitar, lead vocals, backing vocals, bass pedals, keys, and ukulele, and Stephen Pitkin on percussion, sampler, and backing vocals. The band's style has been categorized as "death country", "frontier rock", or "revival music"
 
Their Will (lyrics)
 
On waves, we had come
They planted us on to these shores 
Now we had never known
Such sights or the places 
That we now called home
 
We were given to this day
There was silence
And then came their calls
Urged us up and over for King and Country
For God's sake, don't hesitate boys
Make the distance before they see"
Then into their fire, we drove our bodies
Then came the sounds
Cries of pain emerged from within the clouds
Our feet, they fell apart
Our will soon followed, as did our hearts
With head in hands 
We traced our paths
On the remnants of their worn out maps
And prayed for an end
By the time 
We had turned around
The tides had come
Reclaimed the broken ground

We forgot that we were men
And where we came from
And where we laid our heads
And the wounds we had
We all knew they'd never mend
And the ones we lost 
And the ones we couldn't save

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STREAMING.
This podcast is about the streaming services and a little info on the reality of making music today. During the making of this podcast I asked many friends when's the last time they bought an album. People usually just looked at me.... and then.. well... yeah they can't remember. This is a podcast to inform and I think's its full of amazing facts and stories. As usual I.... errr don't hold back (-:
In this podcast I interview, label owner, manager and music guru Jeff Rogers. http://www.handsomeboy.com 
Alternative musician and advocate for BUY MUSIC FRIDAY Selina Martin  http://www.selinamartin.com 
And my amazing music partner, who helps me almost every day get my music to sound amazing and release it in an organized way Mitch Girio www.mitchgirio.com
Thanks to Heather Cook and all my friends. 
My new single White Fox is available on bandcamp First Tuesday in August.
 

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This is the making of the single Still Here, my first single in many years released on July 7 2020...

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If you are a music performer or writer I'm sure you will enjoy this podcast.. I show the song in different layers... we talk about writing, recording, mixing and mastering....lots of info and interviews with my amazing team and some other future songs from my new album Blue Skies.

I'm going to make 3 podcasts in this series .. the next one will be on navigating the ever changing world of releasing it...the reality of social media and music platforms.

The third one will be the results of our labour...we shall see....

Thanks for listening.

I worked with amazing people on this record and highly recommend them.

Mitchell Girio www.mitchgirio.com

Stephen Pitkin www.modestheights.com

Tom Third www.tomthird.com

 

 

ONE SONG (3) Tony Dekker from The Great Lake Swimmers. Moving Pictures Silent Films.

An interview I did in 2017 with Tony Dekker from The Great Lake Swimmers. Tony and I toured together with an artist called Barzin many years before in France in about 2000. He became my friend and I loved talking with him about this beautiful song.

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This is the second of a few interviews I did in 2017 for a series called One Song.

I asked the artist to pick their favourite song or any song that they felt they wanted to talk about. My mission was to not ask too many questions and to allow the artist to talk about their one song because I felt that maybe in the world of so much... just focusing on one song for a little longer would be inspiring and maybe make us feel more.

This is Dayna Manning talking about her song O SNOW.

www.trentsevernband.ca

https://www.daynamanning.com

 

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PLEASE SUPPORT MY PODCASTS

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This is the first of a few interviews I did in 2017 for a series called One Song.

I asked the artist to pick their favourite song or any song that they felt they wanted to talk about. My mission was to not ask too many questions and to allow the artist to talk about their one song because I felt that maybe in the world of so much... just focusing on one song for a little longer would be inspiring and maybe make us feel more.

Charles chose this song "The Fare to Get There". When we recorded this interview I thought maybe this idea was too introspective but listening back to this I see there is a lot of beauty and nostalgia in this short conversation. I listened to this today and just loved listening to Charles and remembering the 90's and a time in music that has maybe past and maybe not.

https://domakesaythink.com

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THERAPY 5. DISAPPOINTMENT.

Do you have thoughts in your head that keep going round and around. Do you find yourself getting really angry at things out of your control... yep...I DO!!!!!! some good advice and investigative therapy.. Laurel digging into this problem.

Laurel Honeyford joins me for the next therapy session.. and thank god I have stopped talking about my mother.. hmmm maybe some progress...

https://laurelhoneyfordcounselling.janeapp.com

I talk about Feist, Shannon Wright, Ocean Music, Barzin, Christoff, Morgan Doctor, Mitchell Girio, Karen Graves and Charles Spearin and life...oh and Jason or Chilly Gonzales...

Good times

Martin Tielli from the Rheostatics my idol and big LOVE. 1994-1998.

I asked him if this was all ok.. and he said "yes"..... 

references to...

RHEOSTATICS.

TRAGICALLY HIP.

 

Mrs. Torrance (Chris Waller, Stephen Pitkin and me)... signed to BMG records in the 90's before internet...

OASIS story in here.. quite funny...well... David Bendeth...Le Studio...Ken Myhr...Kim Hughes..CFNY. 

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