The five-man Canadian Brass Ensemble performs selections ranging from classical to ragtime, including Scott Joplin's "The Entertainer" and "Easy Winners"; Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus"; Bach's "Air pour les Trompettes"; and Pezel's Intrada No. 1.
Poet Irvin Layton, the singing team of Watson and Reynolds, and the percussion ensemble Nexus reminisce about Toronto's Bohemian Embassy coffee house. In the '60s the Embassy was one of the most popular mixing spots for the young art and literary set in Toronto. Watson and Reynolds do "Renaissance Man," "Please Don't Tell Me That You Love Me" and "Twisted."
Singer-writer Robin Moir performs her own compositions as well as some of her favorite songs, including "You Make It Easy to Love," "When Will I Be Loved?" "Little Pony," "In the Silence of Our Love" and "Smile."
Singing team Jackie and Roy are joined by guitarist Ed Bickert, vibraphonist Peter Appleyard, bassist Dave Young and drummer Marty Morrell. Songs include "Magic to Do," "Cheerful Little Earful," "Day by Day," "Samba Do Aviao."
Comedian Dave Broadfoot celebrates 25 years in show business. Featured are excerpts from his stage show "Dave Broadfoot's Comedy Special" with Roger Abbott, Don Ferguson and Nicole Morin. Also: a solo segment during which Dave appears as Corporal Renfrew of the RCMP.
Soul singer Shawne Jackson and rock guitarist Dom Troiano are the guests. Songs: "Just as Bad as You," "I Can't Make It Without You," "Dom's Tune," "I Apologize," "Fairy Princess" and "Don't Wait for Tomorrow."
Strains of country and folk music from singer-guitarist Jonathan Edwards. Backed by Stuart Schulman on bass and Richard Adelman on drums, Edwards performs "Athens Country," "Sunshine," "Sugar Babe," "Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy" and "When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder."