Blue Rodeo Travel ‘Many a Mile’ With Their Latest Album

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In one sense, it often seems like Blue Rodeo are a band that exists in a different time. At the very least, you can quickly surmise that the Canadian group grew up surrounded by the right records, based on the cover songs they’ve sprinkled throughout their recorded repertoire. In their early days, “Good Year for the Roses” by George Jones was a staple, and later, guitarist-vocalist Jim Cuddy would tackle “You Were On My Mind,” written by Sylvia Tyson of Ian & Sylvia fame. More recently, Cuddy tackled another Jones track, “Almost Persuaded” and Glen Campbell’s “Rhinestone Cowboy” for his own Co…

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