Joe naylor i'm canadian beer


Naylor, Joe - I'm Canadian Beer b/w I Hate Fluorescent Lights

Format: 45
Label: Hot Wax, Friends FR 005
Year: 1980
Origin: Vancouver, British Columbia
Genre: electronic, rock, new wave
Keyword:  politics, Strike, union, Canadian beer
Value of Original Title: $65.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email
Release Type: Singles
Websites:  No
Playlist: New Wave Post Punk Wave, 1980's, British Columbia


Side 1

Track Name
I'm Canadian Beer

Side 2

Track Name
I Hate Fluorescent Lights



Joe Naylor - I'm Canadian Beer back


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45-Joe Naylor - I Hate Fluorescent Lights VINYL 02

Joe naylor i'm canadian beer

I'm Canadian Beer b/w I Hate Fluorescent Lights


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There is no sound that is more Canadian than stubbies bashing up against one-another. Joe Naylor keeps the rhythm with this distinctly 'Canadian' sound back in 1980 with his beer strike protest single "I'm Canadian Beer". I can relate. Living through these difficult times in British Columbia (before beer and wine stores) was trying. The parents became more irritable, the basement became a distillery, and we all had to find alternative means of entertainment, which was a difficult task in the GVRD.
-Robert Williston

Joe Naylor: electric bass, voice, music, words, effects and treatments
Sean McConnell: rhythmic gap setting, beer bottles, Dr. Rhythm, acoustic drums
Engineered by Dave Miller
Recorded at Max's Deli and Sound Studio
Annette Ducharme (Eli Productions): cover design


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