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Episode Info: Canada’s riverside city of Windsor and the concept of Duality is the center of the following episode.The Spirit Drink: Pike Creek Canadian WhiskyThe Supernatural Spirit: The CemeteryThe Lyrics: “Lost” by Pat Robitaille WINDSOR, ONTARIO [00:01] Intro [00:40] Windsor, Canada [07:26] Windsor's connection to the underground railroad [11:37] Prohibition: WhiskeyTown, Canada [15:48] Windsor fun facts: Pizza, the Windsor hum,  [21:21] Crissi Cochrane and the Windsor music scene THE DRINK SPIRIT: PIKE CREEK CANADIAN WHISKY [24:19] Rum Finish by Pike Creek [28:32] Hiram Walker Distillery  [29:41] The release of Pike Creek and import into the U.S [30:33] The Maturation process: Uncontrolled climates [34:49] Temperature fluctuations and the extraction process [39:50] Finishing [43:41] Description and taste test [48:54] Rye and Canadian whiskey  [52:14] Best setting for this type of setting [53:22] Price point [53:55] Head nod rating THE SUPERNATURAL SPIRIT: THE CEMETERY [56:46] Life and death  [58:45] Speculation: Nature, culture and the cemetery [1:04:18] Valhalla [1:06:10] Cemetery, graveyards and the birth of next of kin [1:14:19] Canadian cemeteries  [1:15:23] Freedmen and forgotten cemeteries [1:18:39] Capitalism and classism's [1:23:18] Alternatives to burials THE LYRICS: "LOST" BY PAT ROBITAILLE [1:31:00] How Pat Robitaille  learned to play music through TV and church [1:32:43] How growing up learning music in the church is similar to musicians and the communal learning in the Black American musical experience [1:35:28] Gaining inspiration from soul music in the neighboring city of Detroit [1:36:30] Beginning his professional music career at a young age [1:38:00] Canadian cultural centers and comparison with the US [1:40:53] Returning to Windsor and forming The Walkervilles and Hiram Walker’s cultural impact in Windsor [1:42:36] Our personal experience of the name of the album, “The Basement Takes” [1:46:04] The Dragging Ghost of Mackenzie Hall and the hall’s use now [1:48:24] Start of the song, “Lost” [1:49:11] The Duality of man, Full Metal Jacket and duality of individual and collective consciousness [1:51:13] Manufactured performance of reality and its trappings in social media [1:52:28] Getting realization of not living to a particular standard, play of words changing between past and present. Carl Jung’s theory of repressed memories and complexes. [1:55:56] Talking about love versus envy and envy versus jealousy. [2:02:30] The Duality of needing to be lost to truly find yourself and different parts of your life that duality relates to. [2:08:05] Eerie, unfinished, changing state of how the song ends and what I could mean. [2:09:37] Outro Find | SPIRITS & LYRICS At On Instagram: @spiritsandlyrics On Twitter: @lyrics_spirits On Facebook:
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