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Gordon Lightfoot trades barbs with Elwood Glover

His melodic, soulful voice is unmistakable. A modern-day troubadour, Gordon Lightfoot has touched the lives of millions of people with his thoughtful, evocative portraits of Canadian life and landscape. He's a musician steeped in the folk tradition, his catalogue of songs, including such classics as Canadian Railroad Trilogy and The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, earning him a place in the pantheon of Canadian icons.

Gordon Lightfoot appears on the CBC-TV program Luncheon Date in 1975.
Medium: Television
Program: Luncheon Date
Broadcast Date: March 20, 1975
Guest(s): Gordon Lightfoot
Host: Elwood Glover
Duration: 8:23

Last updated: February 13, 2014

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