Most of James’ albums are available through Borealis Records. Check them out at www.borealisrecords.com We’re pleased to announce that some of his more ‘specialty projects’ and his earlier works are now available for download cheap cheap cheap on Bandcamp… here’s the link: https://jamesgordonmusic.bandcamp.com/music. His always-popular “Songs For Kids” is available for download for the first time. This 1989’s classic is still a favourite with kids and immature adults everywhere. New too is “Song Of Our City”, his tribute to his hometown of Guelph Ontario, with all proceeds going to The Guelph Civic Museum. His special album of songs about Mental Health Issues, “One If Five” has been out of print for awhile. Sponsored by the American Mental Health advocates NAMI this album has been a healing resource across North America. Hometown Tunes, songs from James’ CBC radio days, is soon to become a stage show, so it’s there waiting for you to enjoy his tribute to Smalltown Ontario. Speaking of the CBC, his volume of really silly songs for CBC’s “Basic Black” radio show with Arthur Black called “Tune Cooties” is available, which includes his always-requested “Sweaters For Penguins” and 25 other comic gems. This Canoe Runs On Water, (songs of the Trent Severn Waterway, ) as well his other River project “the Song the River Sings” , commissioned by the Canadian Heritage River Society, is there for you now too. Lots to explore!