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John K. Samson - City Route 85 (Vinyl)

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  1. City Route 85, an EP by John K. Samson. Released 3 November on Epitaph. Genres: Indie Folk/5(2).
  2. Oct 15,  · John K. Samson opening with the Weakerthans song 'One Great City!' live at City Winery in Atlanta, GA October 14,
  3. vocalyouth uses Record Nerd to catalog their favorite vinyl records, CDs, LPs, T-shirts, zines & more. Check out vocalyouth's list now! Clear vinyl: John K. Samson: City Route Epitaph/anti-/winnipeg Arts Coun: Kudrow: Lando: Quote Unquote / Ernest Jenning R John K Samson: Provincial: Epitaph / Anti-
  4. This is a set rockcheconvapawntric.premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.infoinfo should only contain pages that are John K. Samson albums or lists of John K. Samson albums, as well as subcategories containing those things. Topics about John K. Samson albums in general should be placed in relevant topic categories.
  5. “The City Route 85 of the record’s title is the formal name for Portage Avenue, one of Winnipeg’s main thoroughfares. Samson begins his musical study of this storied street with the song.
  6. The last time John K. Samson released a solo record, the Weakerthans were only a glint in his eye -- the former Propagandhi bassist was still very much finding his feet as a songwriter when Little Pictures was released in But as the best songs on Little Pictures-- such as "Saint Cecelia" -- now serve to illustrate, Samson was, during this period, beginning to discover and develop a.
  7. Find John K. Samson bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Winnipeg-based singer, songwriter, poet, and.
  8. Jan 28,  · A relationship to a city is complicated, a matter of love and rockcheconvapawntric.premcamaldaburtatalwalahobackprin.infoinfo, John K. Samson knows well. Examining his own city, Winnipegand with that lens, the archetypal Canadian cityhas been a career-spanning project of The Weakerthans founder and singer and now solo artist, releasing late last year his first in a suite of solo recordings, City Route
  9. John K. Samson is such a tease. Ever since he left perpetually disgruntled punk figureheads Propagandhi for considerably less loud musical endeavours, all the way back in , we’ve only seen 4 releases from the soft-spoken hyper-literates we’ve come to know and love as The Weakerthans.

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