Baldwin's first projects was to develop the waterpower on the Raquette River and establish mills. He had an added factor, a branch railroad from the main line to the site of the mills. He formed a company, the Racquetteville Water Company.
Play Song The Vegas Strip: Phantom Power session outtake: Some of the lyrics ended up as the basis for the poem of the same name in Coke Machine Glow, and some of the music was reworked into "The Dark Canuck". From the time "Poets" first appeared in full during the surprise Camp Trillium benefit gigs, it has been accompanied by two ad-libs which you could set your watch by.
After singing the "doin' some final accounting" lyric, Gord will sing the "Black Death" plague inspired: Not because there's a fifteen foot dorsal fin closing in Made famous when Gord performed it during Woodstock '99, this tale of a gospel choir trapped in a burning church showed up often during the Phantom Power tour.
It re-appeared in It can be heard on the Dec '98, Milwaukee Modjeska Theatre show. The man who would eventually give "The Bastard" its tabla sound, played his unique instrument with the band during the encore at Wetlands, NYC, July 25, Thanks eriehip Father's Sad Song: Bobby Baker performed on this Hell Billy's record.
Rheostatics song often sung by Gord as the coda to Nautical Disaster. Heard as early asbut most often during the Phantom Power tour. It was played on its own only once, at the Wetlands Preserve in New York, when Gord Downie, Paul, and Johnny played it while technical problems were being fixed.
Released on Coke Machine Glow. The Lofty Pines Motelwhich is referenced in both the jam and the Downie solo release, is a real motel in Ontario's cottage country. This song, also introduced at the beginning of the Phantom Power tour, was never really developed, and was for the most part ignored until the Canadian tour.
Lyrics SF Song a. I Think It Was: Debuted in San Francisco on July 27, as more of a monologue or a rant than a song, and repeated occasionally during the Phantom Power tour.
The Marlboro ad Gord saw on the back of the bus pictured below was a parody ad used by the California Department of Health Services, along with anti-tobacco groups. Eventually released on "Coke Machine Glow.
The band played around with it during a few tunes but in the end it was performed mostly spoken-word on Coke Machine Glow.
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The show achieved its peak ratings—about 75, regular listeners—in when he decided to leave and write books instead.  He returned to broadcasting when his television phone-in talk show, McKenty Live, on CFCF-TV, debuted in September ; [ 4 ] it ran for three seasons until , when he decided to focus on writing once again.
Life with Neil was never dull. He ate ice cream on the air with one of the founders of Ben and Jerry’s—with great gusto, but very little elegance.” McKenty had his demons. Neil McKenty Weblog.
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