1994

  • Northern Lights: Masterpieces of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven by Joan Murray.” SEE Magazine, Number 59, December 22 – December 28, 1994. Book review.
  • “Sammy Kershaw: Christmas Time’s A Comin’SEE Magazine, Number 59, December 22 – December 28, 1994. Album review.
  • “John Anderson: Christmas Time.” SEE Magazine, Number 58, December 15 – December 21, 1994. Album review.
  • “Sales all gravy for computer chip artist.” SEE Magazine, Number 57, December 8 – December 14, 1994.
  • “Waylon Jennings: Waymore’s Blues (Part II).” SEE Magazine, Number 56, December 1 – December 7, 1994. Album review.
  • “Despite intensity, Petty CD low on ideas.” SEE Magazine, Number 55, November 24 – November 30, 1994. Album review of Wildflowers by Tom Petty.
  • “Toby Keith: Boomtown; Fleshtones: Beautiful Light; Jim Lauderdale: Pretty Close to the Truth; Greg Holland: Let Me Drive; Rhinolift: Rhinolift; Tracy Lawrence: I See it Now; Bobby Sichran: From A Sympathetic Hurricane.” SEE Magazine, Number 55, November 24 – November 30, 1994. Album reviews.
  • Touching the Earth by Roberta Bondar.” Cover to Cover. SEE Magazine, Number 54, November 17 – November 23, 1994. Book review.
  • “Mary Chapin Carpenter: Stones in the Road; Michelle Wright: The Reasons Why; Little Texas: Kick A Little.” SEE Magazine, Number 54, November 17 – November 23, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Tineta spurred on by lasers.” Country. SEE Magazine, Number 53, November 10 – November 16, 1994. Preview of Tineta gig.
  • “Positively Stompin’: Junk Drawer; Clay Walker: If I Could Make A Living.” SEE Magazine, Number 53, November 10 – November 16, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Nancy Griffith: Flyer; Marian’s Backyard: Marian’s Backyard; Diamond Rio: Love a Little Stronger.” SEE Magazine, Number 51, October 27 – November 2, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Some tips on how to get tips.” Books. SEE Magazine, Number 48, October 13 – October 19, 1994. Interview with Melanie Rockett, author of How to Make Outrageously Great Tips.
  • “Oliva strikes gold with miner novel.” SEE Magazine, Number 47, October 5 – October 18, 1994. Interview with Peter Oliva, author of the award-winning Drowning in Darkness.
  • “Jimmy Buffett: Fruitcakes.” SEE Magazine, Number 47, October 5 – October 18, 1994. Album review.
  • “Edie Brickell: Picture Perfect Morning; Amy Grant: House of Love; Bob’s Your Uncle: Cages; Mark Collie: Unleashed; Sammy Kershaw: Feelin’ Good Train; Undertakers: Stunned By the Fall; Orrall & Wright: Orrall & Wright; Shawn Carle: Number Two; Lari White: Wishes; Jesse Hunter: A Man Like Me; Martin Page: In the House of Stone and Light.” SEE Magazine, Number 46, September 21 – October 4, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Going veggie in the ’90s.” Cover to Cover. SEE Magazine, Number 45, September 7 – September 20, 1994. Interview with a co-author of Becoming Vegetarian.
  • “Celtic crossovers hit Dion’s turf.” Blues/Roots. SEE Magazine, Number 45, September 7 – September 20, 1994. Preview of a Barra MacNeils gig.
  • “Flexed Arm Hang: Fridge Magnet; The Barra MacNeils: The Traditional Album; Dennis Robbins: Born Ready; Deborah Allen: All That I Am; naKed trUth:Spirit Songs.” SEE Magazine, Number 45, September 7 – September 20, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Alan Jackson: Who I Am; Billy Dean: Men’ll Be Boys; Konstantin Wecker: Uferlos & Uferlos in Salzberg Live; Freddy Curci: Dreamer’s Road; Robin and Linda Williams and Their Fine Group: Live; Empyria: Empyria; El DeBarge: Heart, Mind and Soul; Cindy Lee Berryhill: Garage Orchestra; Kathy Troccoli:Kathy Troccoli; Rosco Martinez: Rosco Martinez.” SEE Magazine, Number 44, August 24 – September 6, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “School subsidies source of headaches: A year after “streamlining” the existing out-of-school care subsidy system, nothing appears to have changed.” SEE Magazine, Number 44, August 24 – September 6, 1994.
  • “Gay ‘writes:’ A Canadian anthology explores gay identity in the world community.” SEE Magazine, Number 43, August 10 – August 24, 1994. Interview with Alberto Manguel.
  • “Barbara Moore” Dreams of a child.” arts BRIDGE, Issue 8, Fall 1994. Interview with ballerina Barbara Moore.
  • “John Mellencamp: Dance Naked; Luka Bloom: Turf; Stravinsky: Les Noces and Russian Village Wedding Songs; Prescott Brown: Already Restless; Chris DeBurgh: This Way Up; Kathy Mattea: Walking Away A Winner; John and Audrey Wiggins: John and Audrey Wiggins & Tim and Mollie O’Brien: Away Out On the Mountain.” SEE Magazine, Number 43, August 10 – August 24, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Restless Heart: Matters of the Heart; Daniel Weaver: If You See Me; The Watchmen: In the Trees; Huey Lewis and the News: Four Chords and Several Years Ago; Tracy Byrd: No Ordinary Man; Velocity Girl: Sympatico!” SEE Magazine, Number 42, July 27 – August 9, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Out of the woods: Winnipeg’s Watchmen hit major leagues with In the Trees.” Cover story. SEE Magazine, Number 41, July 13 – July 26, 1994.
  • “Patching our history.” SEE Magazine, Number 41, July 13 – July 26, 1994. Article about the Alberta Quilt Project.
  • “Hack and Slash cut into comic market: Unlikely duo make North American debut.” SEE Magazine, Number 41, July 13 – July 26, 1994.
  • “The Allman Brothers Band: Where It All Begins; Willy Deville: Backstreets of Desire; Stina Nordenstram: And She Closed Her Eyes.” SEE Magazine, Number 41, July 13 – July 26, 1994. Album reviews.
  • Spare Change rolls along: Street paper selling well a year later.” SEE Magazine, Number 40, June 29 – July 12, 1994.
  • “Small town characters: Lois Simmie chronicles the lives of prairie eccentrics.” Books. SEE Magazine, Number 40, June 29 – July 12, 1994.
  • “Stone Temple Pilots: Stone Temple Pilots; Boston: Walk On; M People: Elegant Slumming; Vince Gill: When Love Finds You; Sasha: All or Nothing; Jackopierce: Bringing on the Weather; Dog Eat Dog: All Boro Kings; Various Artists: Beverly Hills Cop III.” SEE Magazine, Number 40, June 29 – July 12, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Leap of Faith.” SEE Magazine, Number 39, June 15 – 28, 1994. Interview with the band Big Faith.
  • “Lorrie Morgan: War Paint; Peter Himmelman: Skin; Huun-Huur-Tu: 60 Horses In My Herd (Old Songs and Tunes of Tuva); Jethro Tull: Nightcap – The Unreleased Masters 1973-1991; Stuttering John: Stuttering JohnNous Sommes les Gardiens de la Terre; Frente!: Labour of Love; Rodney Crowell: Let the Picture Paint Itself; Deigo Modena and J-PH Audin: Ocarina II; Bourbon Gautier: Camelback Road; Marty Brown: Cryin’, Lovin’, Leavin’; Various Artists:Rare on Air.” SEE Magazine, Number 39, June 15 – 28, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Stephen Fearing: The Assassin’s Apprentice; Wild Colonials: Fruit of Life; Luther Allison: Soul Fixin’ Man; Roseanne Baker Thornly: Courage; Carole King:In Concert; Vanilla Ice: Mind Blowin’; 3rd Matinee: Meanwhile.” SEE Magazine, Number 38, June 1 – 14, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Iris Dement: My LifeIn the Name of the Father: Original Soundtrack; Wild Strawberries: Bet You Think I’m Lonely; Randy Travis: This is Me; Yes: Talk; Roxette: Crash! Boom! Bang!; Bushdoctors: Bushdoctors.” SEE Magazine, Number 37, May 18 – 31, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Written in Concrete.” SEE Fashion, Volume 1, Number 1, May 4, 1994. Preview of Concrete Awards for Excellence in Design.
  • “Richard Thompson: Mirror Blue; 54-40: Smilin’ Buddha Cabaret; Mazzy Star: So Tonight I Might See; Confederate Railroad: Notorious; Billy Falcon:Letters From A Paper Ship.” SEE Magazine, Number 36, May 4- 17, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “The Dancers’ Advocate: Alberta Dance Alliance celebrates its tenth anniversary.” arts BRIDGE, Issue 7, May 1994.
  • “Daron Norwood: Daron Norwood.” SEE Magazine, Number 35, April 20 – May 3, 1994. Album review.
  • “Lost and Profound: Memory Thief; Big Tom Laughing: Hello; Gary Fjellgaard: Believe in Forever.” SEE Magazine, Number 34, April 6 – 19, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Life in nature: Sharon Butala’s journey of self-discovery.” SEE Magazine, Number 34, April 6 – April 19, 1994.
  • “Riding the Celtic wave: The feel-good tradition of the Irish Descendants.” SEE Magazine, Number 33, March 23 – April 5, 1994.
  • “Mark Knopfler: Screenplaying; The Barra MacNeils: Closer to Paradise; Various Artists: Cows Go Mu.” SEE Magazine, Number 33, March 23 – April 5, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “David Gilmour: An Affair with the Moon.” Cover to Cover. SEE Magazine, Number 31, March 9 – March 22, 1994. Book review.
  • “Trevor Rockwell: My Favorite Spacesuit; Kevin Cook and the Subterraneans: Kevin Cook and the Subterraneans; Pat Alger: Seeds.” SEE Magazine, Number 31, March 9 – March 22, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Squeeze on subs: School cutbacks are bad news for the ‘supply’ teacher.” SEE Magazine, Number 30, February 9 – February 22, 1994.
  • “The Northern Pikes: Gig; Steve Young: Switchblades of Love; Black Book: Got Your Number; Go West: Aces and Kings; Judy Collins: Judy Sings Dylan . . . Just Like A Woman; Jerry Douglas, Russ Barenberg and Edgar Meyer: Skip, Hop and Wobble; Cone of Silence: Doggy Style.” SEE Magazine, Number 30, February 9 – February 22, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “A Is For Alberta.” arts BRIDGE, Issue 6, February 1994. Commentary on an article about visual arts in Canada that appeared in the Globe and Mail.
  • “Exotic Jenufa: Slavic production a story about real people.” Opera. SEE Magazine, Number 29, January 26 – February 8, 1994.
  • “New record company launched.” Alberta Native News, Volume 11, Number 1, January, 1994. Article about the formation of First Nations Music, Inc.
  • “Paul McCartney: Paul Is Live; The Irish Descendants: Look To the Sea.” SEE Magazine, Number 29, January 26 – February 8, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Hardship Post: Hardship Post.” Raw Alternatives, Volume 4, Number 9, January 26, 1994. Album review; insert of SEE.
  • “Various Artists: Zappa’s Universe; Glass Tiger: Air Time & Bryan Adams: So Far So Good.” SEE Magazine, January 12 – January 25, 1994. Album reviews.
  • “Top ten.” SEE Magazine, December 29 – January 12, 1994. My personal list of the best albums of 1993.
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