The Warped 45s — 10 Day Poem For SaskatchewanThis Toronto quintet's manager, Tina Cooper, gave me this CD at last week's Polaris Music Prize gala. Just like the group's self-titled debut EP, it was produced by her boyfriend John Critchley (13 Engines, Elliott Brood). It's been licensed to Kim Cooke's Pheromone Recordings label and it's a step up from the EP. If you like The Band, you should give 10 Day Poem For Saskatchewan a listen.
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