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1. Trouble (Ray Lamontagne)

Trouble (Ray Lamontagne)

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2. Little Things

Little Things

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3. Somebody That I Used To Know (Gotye)

Somebody That I Used To Know (Gotye)

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4. Travelin Man

Travelin Man

Travelin Man, written by Mike McKenna Jr. Mike McKenna Jr - vocals, acoustic guitar Kento Kataoka - electric guitar, acoustic guitar Mark Haynes - bass Shane Barrett - drums Recorded and Mixed by Simon Petraki at Seratone Studio, Mtl Mastered by Grey Market Mastering, Mtl

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5. Die In The West

Die In The West

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6. The Highway

The Highway

'The Highway' written by Mike McKenna Jr Mike McKenna Jr - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar Kento Kataoka - Slide Guitar, Lead Guitar Mark Haynes - Bass Shane Barrett - Drums

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7. Fire Away (Chris Stapleton)

Fire Away (Chris Stapleton)

*Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igAnft0d4_M

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8. Green Green Rocky Road (Traditional)

Green Green Rocky Road (Traditional)

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9. Reminder (Mumford and Sons)

Reminder (Mumford and Sons)

A simple cover of Mumford and Son's 'Reminder' featuring Mike McKenna Jr on vocals and acoustic guitar

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10. CKUT 90.3 FM - Interview with Mike McKenna Jr, on 'Wednesday Morning After'

CKUT 90.3 FM - Interview with Mike McKenna Jr, on 'Wednesday Morning After'

January 14th, 2016 CKUT 90.3 FM - Interview with Mike McKenna Jr, on 'Wednesday Morning After', discussing his new EP Travelin Man, his musical influences, and his upcoming shows! www.mikemckennajr.com

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11. Fare Thee Well

Fare Thee Well

Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhedRBk0ins A live, unplugged acoustic version of Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song) by Mike McKenna Jr and Kento Kataoka. Shot in Montreal's Plateau neighborhood by Jesse Daniel Smith. Original, traditional lyrics: If I had wings like Noah's dove, I'd fly up da river to the man I love. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. Ise got a man, an' he's long and tall, Moves his body like a cannonball. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. One o' dese days, an' it won't be long, Call my name an' I'll be gone. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. 'Member one night, a-drizzlin' rain, Roun' my heart I felt a pain. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. When I wo' my ap'ons low, Couldn't keep you from my do'. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. Now I wears my ap'ons high, Sca'cely ever see you passin' by. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. Now my ap'ons up to my chin, You pass my do' an' you won' come in, Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well. Ef I had listened to whut my mama said, I'd be at home in my mama's bed. Fare thee well, O Honey, fare thee well.

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12. Suitcase Full Of Sparks (Gregory Alan Isakov)

Suitcase Full Of Sparks (Gregory Alan Isakov)

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13. Take Me Home

Take Me Home

His voice sounds hewn from ancient Canadian timbers, his melodies are as solid as Precambrian bedrock and both are on fine display throughout Travelin Man" - Quick Before It Melts mike McKenna Jr is a soulful and often haunting balladeer, with a unique grit and power in his voice, a folky rhythm to his guitar playing, and an authenticity of his stories that has captivated listeners in his native Maritimes and around the North American folk community. Mike draws inspiration for his music from his native Cape Breton, a region known as much for its rugged and picturesque landscape as for its rich cultural legacy that includes 500-years of colonial history and the accumulated oral traditions of Celtic, Mi'kmaq, and Acadian storytelling. The nostalgia of the Cape Breton countryside can be heard in Take Me Home, the opening track of Mike’s latest album Travelin Man, and in the oil-workers ballad, Die in the West -- songs that idealize the cherished landscapes of home. With a Nova Scotian mother and a father from Boston, Mike was significantly influenced by two working class cultures -- his blue collar hometown in industrial Cape Breton, and his immigrant Irish-American roots in Massachusetts. The strong historical relationship between Nova Scotia and New England is evident in Mike’s music; his raspy, warm voice is reminiscent of a folky, Sweet Baby James era James Taylor, or the power of Ray Lamontagne; but his tales of tragic sea voyages and lost lovers are a throwback to the nautical-themed traditional songs of Canadians like Stan Rogers and Gordon Lightfoot. Currently, Mike calls the Plateau neighbourhood of Montreal home, a district of bustling cafes and antiques shops, artists and eclectics. Montreal’s graffiti-covered streets provide a perfect backdrop for writing new music. Performing residencies at the Mile End acoustic staple Cafe Depanneur, and at Canada's oldest coffeehouse, The Yellow Door, Mike is in touch with the local and vibrant folk community of the city, and has twice sang on the stages of the Montreal Folk Festival on the Lachine Canal. He currently performs with KickDrum MTL, a relatively new organization that's been promoting intimate small-venue concerts with performances by many of the most talented singer-songwriters in Montreal.

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14. Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (Traditional)

Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (Traditional)

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15. CJLO 1690 AM - Interview with Mike McKenna Jr, on 'The Cornice Crow'

CJLO 1690 AM - Interview with Mike McKenna Jr, on 'The Cornice Crow'

CJLO's Genaro Pena interviews Mike McKenna Jr, discussing the upcoming release of his new full-length record 'Pacific Northwest Bound' and previewing two tracks from the album.

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16. Just Breathe

Just Breathe

Just Breathe by Mike McKenna Jr, from the 2016 album 'Travelin Man'.

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17. Hope The Angels Will Sing Over My Lonely Bones

Hope The Angels Will Sing Over My Lonely Bones

www.mikemckennajr.com 'Pacific Northwest Bound' is the debut studio album of Canadian singer-songwriter Mike McKenna Jr, due for release in May 2017. Produced by Simon Marion *Funded by FACTOR Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.

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18. Hard To Say (But It Was Awful Timing)

Hard To Say (But It Was Awful Timing)

www.mikemckennajr.com 'Pacific Northwest Bound' is the debut studio album of Canadian singer-songwriter Mike McKenna Jr, due for release in May 2017. Produced by Simon Marion *Funded by FACTOR Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.

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19. Pacific Northwest Bound

Pacific Northwest Bound

www.mikemckennajr.com 'Pacific Northwest Bound' is the debut studio album of Canadian singer-songwriter Mike McKenna Jr, due for release in May 2017. Produced by Simon Marion *Funded by FACTOR Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.

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20. Spring, 1823

Spring, 1823

www.mikemckennajr.com 'Pacific Northwest Bound' is the debut studio album of Canadian singer-songwriter Mike McKenna Jr, due for release in May 2017. Produced by Simon Marion *Funded by FACTOR Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts.

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