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9 thoughts on “ Toronto #4 - The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work (CD, Album)

  1. Jun 06,  · About “Toronto #4” (Unreviewed) Downie said in that this song was inspired by a phone call from his brother about his ailing grandmother, the Tragically Hip fan site A Museum After Dark says.
  2. Covers. Pop singer Damhnait Doyle covered the song on her album Lights Down Low.. Singer-songwriter Justin Rutledge recorded a cover of the song on his EP Spring Is a pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo was originally recorded for his studio album Daredevil, which consisted entirely of Tragically Hip covers, but was held back for the follow-up EP.. During his tour, Dallas Green (City and .
  3. Picking up where 's Phantom Power release left off, charming Canadian fivesome the Tragically Hip continue with their signature infectious tunes on their eighth studio album Music @ pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfole songsmith and frontman Gordon Downie is classic in hitting upon notable issues and figures, and cites verses from John Cage on the temperamental track "Tiger the Lion."6/
  4. Jul 19,  · Music @ Work () Hey, they can’t all be classics. Offering few standouts and fewer hits (save the title single), this forgettable offering is basically Tragically Hip .
  5. A National Celebration was the final show of the Tragically Hip's Man Machine Poem Tour recorded on August 20th, at the K-Rock Centre in their home town of Kingston Ontario. Containing all 30 songs from the night's set-list, the recording captures an unparalleled, nation-linking occasion.
  6. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Live Between Us: The Tragically Hip: 5: 2: Live From the Vault, Volume 4: La Luna Brussels, Belgium Dec. 5,
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Tragically Hip - Music @ Work at Discogs. Complete your The Tragically Hip collection. Toronto #4: Wild Mountain Honey: Train Overnight: The Bear Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year; The Tragically Hip: Music @ Work ‎ (CD, Album /5(77).
  8. The album bristles with straight-ahead rockers (Lake Fever, The Bastard, Music at Work, Freak Turbulence, to name a few), artsy grunge-rockers (Tiger the Lion) and thoughtful ballads (As I Wind Down the Pines, Toronto #4, and Stay), all with touches of Downie's lyrical poetry and sonic depths not found on many of their albums to date.
  9. The Tragically Hip, often referred to simply as The Hip by radio, is a Canadian rock band from Kingston, Ontario, consisting of Gordon Downie (lead vocals and guitar), Paul Langlois (guitar), Rob Baker (guitar, known as Bobby Baker until ), Gord Sinclair (bass) and Johnny Fay (drums).Since their formation in they have released 12 st.

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