Canada’s Best Music – 5 Songs At A Time – Part 17

Today’s set has a wide spectrum of musical taste.  We have some hip-hop, a diva or two, some classic rock and some pop.  Lets start with some classic rock.

1. The Stampeders

“Wild Eyes”

The Stampeders
The Stampeders (Photo credit: Jason Edward Scott Bain)

The Stampeders are a 70’s group from Calgary that had a string of hits during this period.  This is a live version of the song.  Ah, memories.  The radio played the crap out of this song in Canada.

2. Andrew Cash

“Boomtown”

Andrew Cash's acceptance speech at the Federal...

I always liked this song, to bad he’s a politician now.

3. Celine Dion

“The Power of Love”

La cantante Céline Dion presentandose en conci...
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Especially for El Guapo, cause he loves her sooooo much.

4. Kardinal Offishall

“Dangerous”

Kardinal Offishall at the eTalk Festival Party...
Kardinal Offishall at the eTalk Festival Party, during the Toronto International Film Festival. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Kardinal Offishall is one of a growing number of influential artists in this genre.  This song is performed with Akon.

5. Deborah Cox

“Nobody’s Supposed to be Here”

Nobody's Supposed to Be Here
Nobody's Supposed to Be Here (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Some R&B style pop music from a pretty good singer.  She hits some pretty good notes in this tune.

5 thoughts on “Canada’s Best Music – 5 Songs At A Time – Part 17”

  1. Nice set. I’d have commented earlier, but it took me all this time to decide whether or not to play Celine. In the end, I did.
    For 6 whole seconds!
    Rest of the set was good though, love that you’re crossing genres!

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