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The Top 100 Canadian Albums
The Top 100 Canadian Albums
The Top 100 Canadian Albums

The Top 100 Canadian Albums

Straight from the heart of the music industry, a book that answers a question that has nagged music fans across the nation. What are the best Canadian albums of all time? A unique panel of those who live and breathe Canadian music was assembled. Musicians, broadcasters, club owners, retailers, roadies, and more — literally hundreds of people across the country cast their votes in this unprecedented poll. Rush's Neil Peart, Ron Sexsmith, Ed Robertson of Barenaked Ladies, Holly Cole, Kim Stockwood, Sass Jordon, Alan Doyle of Great Big Sea, Saturday Night Blues host Holger Peterson, and The Vinyl Café's Stuart McLean are just a few of the people who voted for their favourite albums. Who will make the top 10? Neil or Joni? Rush or The Hip? Leonard or Gordon? The Band or Arcade Fire? The countdown in on! A groundbreaking book, The Top 100 Canadian Albums features cover reproductions and descriptions for each of the albums that make it onto the list, as well as documentary photographs, in-depth interviews, fascinating facts, and musician-contributed sidebars.
Bob Mersereau is a music columnist and long-time arts reporter for CBC Television in New Brunswick. Since 1982, he's been reporting on the East Coast music scene for CBC Radio, CBC Television, and the Telegraph-Journal. Nicknamed Rockin' Bob by the last Peter Gzowski, Bob's been a frequent guest on CBC programs such as Morningside and Sounds Like Canada.

"Bound to get people exploring Canadian music and conversing about what their top 100 would be." — Soulshine

"Terrific ... filled with great insight on the albums that were picked." — Country Music News

"The definitive anthology of the country's all-time greatest recordings. Groundbreaking in scope and depth." — Telegraph-Journal

"Mersereau's commentary is well-written and astute." — Globe and Mail

"An enjoyable book that unearths plenty of forgotten pleasures." — Toronto Star

"An important entry in the Canadian cultural library." — Monday Magazine

216 pages
Pub date: October 18, 2007