The 2007 release of short essays from Stuart McLean, available only through Zunior.com.
"The Vinyl Cafe is probably the CBC's, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, most successful weekend show. Its American counterpart would be Garrison
Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion and the funny stories the genial host of the Vinyl Cafe, Stuart McLean, tells are sort of like the News From Lake
Wobegon without the politics, religion, and occasional high-horse. As a show, the Vinyl Cafe, when live, is a one-hour set of eclectic music by very
different musicians and a story by Stuart McLean about Dave, the owner of a used record store called the Vinyl Cafe, his wife, Morley, their two kids
and their neighbors." - The Serious Comedy Site
This album is a Zunior-Only release.
Learn more about Stuart McLean at http://www.cbc.ca/vinylcafe
Previews - Random Thoughts from the Vinyl Cafe: Short Essays By Stuart McLean
01. Stuart McLean - Regret - Listen!
02. Stuart McLean - Tall Grass Bakery - Listen!
03. Stuart McLean - Stuart's Piano - Listen!
04. Stuart McLean - In Praise of Politics - Listen!
05. Stuart McLean - Bob Dylan's Phone Number - Listen!
06. Stuart McLean - Salt - Listen!
07. Stuart McLean - Why We Lie - Listen!
08. Stuart McLean - Stones - Listen!
Hear all samples at once - Listen!
- Album package comes with the song "The Many Lead the One", by Aaron Booth, as introduced by Stuart himself!
- Album package comes with complete artwork including three PDF pages.
Album File Size - MP3 Format - 75.34 MB