This 1952 recording by the Welsh poet is credited with having launched the audiobook industry in the United States and has gone on to sell millions of copies around the world.
Track of the Day
Track of the Day
This Sheepdogs offshoot has come up with a new Christmas single that features an appealing melody, sweet lyrics and a cute video. The result is as warm and fuzzy as your favourite old Christmas sweater. Happy holidays to all!
The highly-regarded roots songstress delivers a timely and compassionate message for the holiday season.The tune features her warm voice amidst a profusion of Christmas bells and backing vocals.
The track starts with minimal energy with Lokre's voice gently edging us in, and then slowly builds to a crescendo with Christmas bells ringing out and a soulful-sounding choir towering over the top.
The '90s Canadian rock superstars have just released an eye-catching video for a cut from their recent Pledge-funded EP, Somethingness and it's a knockout.
This Toronto hip-hop trio has been making a mark online, and signing to eOne will boost their prospects. Aiding the cause is this cut featuring insistent beats, fluent rhymes and a raunchy new video.
The new single from her Utopia album has a positive message that is reinforced with a poignant yet uplifting video, and Ryder's powerful vocals.
In advance of a new album due next month, the acclaimed folk quartet releases a video for one of its focus tracks. It pays eloquent homage to its subject, Leonard Cohen, building from a quiet beginning to full-blooded neo-gospel fervour.
The new single from soft rock troubadour Afie Jurvanen is another mellow treat, one enhanced by breezy female backing vocals. The next Bahamas album comes out Jan. 19, accompanied by national touring.
This new track and video from the alt-pop singer's acoustic EP is a seductively beautiful pairing of Adaline's springwater-clear vocals and fellow Slaight Music Residence alumnus Todor Kobakov's grandly effective piano arrangement.
Canada's first hip-hop star makes a welcome return with a new album he's calling Coach Wes. This compelling cut pairs him with Bronx rapper Kool Keith, and together they deliver crisp rhymes and catchy beats that confirm they remain credible and relevant.
There's something magical and unpretentious when these two engage in the studio, and this year's Christmas song is a thumbs-up example of how one seasonal song can be delivered without sounding saccharine, cloying and pretentious.