34 episodes

Fully & Completely with Greg & Jamie is not your typical music podcast. Ordinary was never an option given its ingredients.
First of all, the podcast examines one of the most engaging and enigmatic bands in Canadian history, The Tragically Hip. But even more than that, those hosts.
Greg & Jamie are not only passionate fans of the band and the legacy the Hip carved out, but they are also fans of music in general. From the craft and construct of a song to the interpretation and feel of the lyrics and music, these two leave no stone unturned when it comes to breaking down the discography of the Hip.
Each episode, the co-hosts mine their collective memories for stories that help provide context for the music they are unpacking. They explore the cultural and pop-culture landscape to give their audience—the passionate and outspoken Fully & Completists—a true sense of the time and place that the music was first created and consumed.
This holistic approach, coupled with a track-by-track breakdown, forms the body of the show, but the glue that holds it all together is the chemistry, charm and humour that LeGros and Dew bring to the table.
Ultimately, if you're a Tragically Hip super-fan, this show is essential. But even if you're just beginning your journey to Hip-Headom then there is no better place to start than downloading and listening to Fully & Completely with Greg & Jamie.


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    • 4.9 • 39 Ratings

Fully & Completely with Greg & Jamie is not your typical music podcast. Ordinary was never an option given its ingredients.
First of all, the podcast examines one of the most engaging and enigmatic bands in Canadian history, The Tragically Hip. But even more than that, those hosts.
Greg & Jamie are not only passionate fans of the band and the legacy the Hip carved out, but they are also fans of music in general. From the craft and construct of a song to the interpretation and feel of the lyrics and music, these two leave no stone unturned when it comes to breaking down the discography of the Hip.
Each episode, the co-hosts mine their collective memories for stories that help provide context for the music they are unpacking. They explore the cultural and pop-culture landscape to give their audience—the passionate and outspoken Fully & Completists—a true sense of the time and place that the music was first created and consumed.
This holistic approach, coupled with a track-by-track breakdown, forms the body of the show, but the glue that holds it all together is the chemistry, charm and humour that LeGros and Dew bring to the table.
Ultimately, if you're a Tragically Hip super-fan, this show is essential. But even if you're just beginning your journey to Hip-Headom then there is no better place to start than downloading and listening to Fully & Completely with Greg & Jamie.


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    Man, Machine, Poem

    Man, Machine, Poem

    The boys are back at it, this time taking over Greg's backyard to discuss the final Tragically Hip long play, Man, Machine, Poem.

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    And The Conquering Sun

    And The Conquering Sun

    Greg and Jamie are back to discuss the collaboration between the Sadies and Gord Downie on their record The Conquering Sun.

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    • 58 min
    Fully Update and More

    Fully Update and More

    Jamie checks in to see how you're all doing, to provide an update and share a new project with you all.

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    • 5 min
    Now for Plan A

    Now for Plan A

    Greg and Jamie are back to discuss the 12th full length LP from our boys in the Hip.

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    • 1 hr 27 min
    Stripper's Union & CanCon

    Stripper's Union & CanCon

    Today on the pod, Greg and Jamie discuss Rob Baker's side project, Stripper's Union and then get caught up in a conversation about CanCon and play several of their favourite tracks.

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    • 1 hr 54 min
    Merry Christmas from Greg and Jamie

    Merry Christmas from Greg and Jamie

    It's December 25th and the boys are back to let you know we're still kicking and so that they can wish you a Merry Christmas and play a classic Gord track. Stay safe and have a lovely holiday season.

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    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
39 Ratings

39 Ratings

Southtampacane ,

Excellent Hip Podcast

I just found this over the weekend and thrilled to catch up on these episodes (only have heard 3 so far). There are 25 and it will probably take a month to get through them and if I have further comments I'll pass them along.

I listened last night to the WATS podcast and then this morning to the EP and yer letters. Since the WATS one is the most recent, I'm glad that they have cut back on the gratuitous and unnecssary swearing. We all curse, but F bombs every 2 minutes are a bit much guys. Otherwise keep up the great work.

ThomDicHarry ,

Great

I love it, of course. I might be the biggest American Hip fan. It’s so interesting to hear these songs dissected and to get the Canadian perspective on the Hip, which I really don’t know much about.

The only issue is pretty significant though. I understand setting the scene, but I am baffled by how much time is spent explaining the musical landscape at the time of an album’s release before getting started. I’ve actually turned a few episodes off because half an hour goes by and it’s just rambling about all sorts of different bands. I don’t understand why you would ever spend more than a few minutes with that.

Update: I actually like the deep dive into the music climate now. Five stars.

jaygerland ,

The definitive Tragically Hip podcast

I have a lot of thoughts on these episodes but I just want to say the podcast is excellent. It's professional, informed, and a complete joy for Hip fans and music lovers in general. Thank you for doing this and I can't wait to hear more. In my opinion, this podcast is so well done and so deep into the lore of this band that they should make this the OFFICIAL podcast of the Tragically Hip. Without a doubt. Keep it up music lovers!

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