We haven’t wrote much in the last few days almost entirely due to the POP Montreal extravaganza to which we contributed with our own showcase, on which more later.
For now, let’s take a trip down memory lane, a few years back for the same festival, Tim Kelly spent a few hours with Beaver Shepherd. Enough time to catch him singing songs (a few of which eventually ended up on “Living With Women And Cars”) to a mix of various plateau denizens (mostly girls), baby, hobos, city workers; and also delivering enough thoughts on life and humanity to fill a whole quote book (note to self: let’s assemble Beaver’s quote book).
Hope you guys and gals enjoy this one as much as we do!!!
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