This section will serve as both an online bibliography and a resource for further reading for visitors of the site. It includes links to wikipedia entries, books used as references for the biography section, band websites, and interviews of related artists conducted by other publications. The hope is that this section of the website will act as way to be able to gather a substantial portion of the different pieces of information that is available online, but has not been collected into an easily navigable list.
==Deja Voodoo and Og Music Online==
Og Music Wikipedia. Very brief overview of the label’s history, but includes a comprehensive list of every Og Music Release. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Og_Music
Deja Voodoo Fan Facebook Page. Includes photos of all of the band’s album artwork, as well as track listings of each album, but does not include any of the band’s music: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Deja-Voodoo/112322802116926?fref=ts
Short biography of Og Records at Exclaim!.ca – http://exclaim.ca/Features/Research/og_records
Interview with Gerard Van Herk at Jam! Music: http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Artists/D/Deja_Voodoo/2003/06/13/744495.html
Deja Voodoo on Weird Canada. Short biography of the band, and includes two songs from Deja Voodoo’s Swamp Of Love album that are available to stream and free download. http://weirdcanada.com/2013/01/cameo-steve-guimond-on-deja-voodoo-swamp-of-love/
Videos of Gerard Van Herk performing as “Gerard Van Herk and His Deja Revue” At a Deja Voodoo BBQ show at The Silver Dollar bar in Toronto in 2006. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TymPyYJczGs&playnext=1&list=PL5AB2CB0B48BA9692&feature=results_main
Deja Voodoo’s cover of “Long Tall Texan”, from their 1984 Og Music release Cemetery, on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcgYwwRfHuY
Have Not Been The Same: The Can Rock Renaissance 1985-1995. Michael Barclay, Jason Schneider, Ian Andrew. ECW Press. Toronto. 2011. ISBN 978-1-55022-992-9. This is a valuable resource for anyone interested in Og Music, and the independent Canadian music scene during the eighties and nineties. Includes extensive interviews with Gerard Van Herk and Tony Dewald and many, many more. http://www.ecwpress.com/havenot
Og Music’s news letter, The Deja Voodoo Train, is available to view in person at the Library And Archives of Canada in Ottawa, and at the Collection National at the BANQ in Montreal. At this time there are no digital copies available to view on either website. Documents must be requested at least five days in advance, and requests can be made in person or online.
Library and Archives of Canada: