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Keith McKie – A Hysterical Document

Brian Tremblay 13 November 2020 72


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Keith McKie is one of the Sault’s jewels of Canadian music. In his time he has worked with, and touched, some of the greats in the history of rock’n’roll. I got to know Keith during the 18 Forever concert, and then I discovered Kensington Market’s music. He and I discuss the early history of the Vendettas, working with the infamous Bernie Finkelstein, and The Hawk, Ronnie Hawkins. We delve into his time with Kensington Market and the memories of playing the great clubs in Sault Ste Marie.

  1. Keith McKie – Rumours At The Newsstand
  2. The Vendettas – Chains
  3. Keith McKie – The Ernie Game
  4. Keith McKie – Rockin’ On Harlem
  5. Kensington Market – Coming Home Soon
  6. Kensington Market – Speaking Of Dreams
  7. Kensington Market – Beatrice
  8. Kensington Market – Aunt Violet’s Knee
  9. Kensington Market – Bobby’s Birthday
  10. Kensington Market – I Would Be The One (fast version)
  11. Kensington Market – I Would Be The One
  12. Keith McKie – Window Shopping

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.”

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