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  1. Playlists for 2010:

033 - Jan 04 - IF TOMORROW HADN'T ALREADY BEEN
034 - Jan 11 - SLIPPIN' & TRIPPIN'
035 - Jan 18 -
BEFORE YOU SANG
036 - Jan 25 -
500 SUGAR CAMPS
037 - Feb 01 -
DNs & JUNOS
038 - Feb 08 -
STILL ANSWERING THE CALL
039 - Feb 15 -
VALENTINE DISASTER & DOUBLE JUNO WINNER
040 - Feb 22 -
TRIPLE JUNO WINNER
041 - Mar 01 -
NL AT THE ECMA's & JUNO MEMORIES
042 - Mar 08 -
RETURN TO VINYLVILLE
043 - Mar 15 -
FEET ARE WIGGLIN', TOES ARE JIGGLIN'
044 - Mar 22 -
VINYL SURFING
045 - Mar 29 -
FAREWELL SIM
046 - Apr 05 -
HERE COME THE JUNOS
047 - Apr 19 -
WHERE MEN & DEATH ROLL DICE
048 - Apr 26 -
VINYL SURFING
049 - May 03 -
WINTER'S GONE & PAST
050 - May 10 & 17 -
BEAUTIFUL, STRONG & RESISTANT
051 - May 24 & 31 -
GOT THE WORMS
052 - Jun 07 - 
BOATS, NEWFOUNDLAND'S WONDERS
053 - Jun 14 - 
FOR THE BIRDS
054 - Jun 21 - 
SUMMER IN OUR SONG
055 - Jun 28 - 
GOT THE PIPES
056 - Jul 12 -  
FLOWERS
057 - Jul 19 -   LORETTA (CORMIER) JOHNSON STORY - Pt. 1
058 - Jul 26 -  
LORETTA (CORMIER) JOHNSON STORY - Pt. 2
059 - Aug 02 -
THAT WINDING COUNTRY LANE (Repeat of  015)
060 - Aug 09 -
COUNTRY COVERS - Pt. 1
061 - Aug 16 -
COUNTRY COVERS - Pt. 2
062 - Aug 23 -
BOATS, NFLD'S WONDERS (Repeat of 052)
063 - Aug 30 -
FOR THE BIRDS (Repeat of 053)
064 - Sep 06 -
LABOUR DAY SPECIAL (Repeat of 016)
065 - Sep 11 -
TRIBUTE TO EDDIE EASTMAN
066 - Sep 18 -
COUNTRY COVERS - Pt. 3
067 - Sep 25 -
ANSWER THE HUNTING CALL
068 - Oct 02 -
SO OLD BUT EVER NEW
069 - Oct 09 -
TO GOLDEN HUE
070 - Oct 16 -
CAPS, COATS, & BOOTS
071 - Oct 23 -
MUSIC NL NOMINEES & PAT SULLEY SPOTLIGHT
072 - Oct 30 -
DODGIN' THE RAIN
073 - Nov 06 -
ROY PAYNE TRIBUTE
074 - Nov 13 -
SINGLES AGAIN - Pt. 1
075 - Nov 20 -
THE CELEBRITIES
076 - Nov 27 -
WILD IN THE LIBRARY
077 - Dec 04 -
DUETS
078 - Dec 11 -
DRINK
079 - Dec 18 -
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
080 - Dec 25 -
ALL THE TRIMMINGS


NOTES:

1) The April 12 show was broadcast live from the lobby of the Delta Hotel in St. John's, NL
during Ruckus on the Edge, the Juno Awards week. There is no playlist

2) There was no show broadcast on July 5
 

 


DECEMBER 25 - ALL THE TRIMMINGS
(Program 80)

DAVE PANTING: Oh Little Town of Bethlehem (Phillips Brooks/Lewis Redner)
Mandolin Christmas, Originally released on cassette tape 1987
(Prod., arr., recorded & mixed by Dave Panting & Don Walsh). 
Released on CD with extra tracks in 2000.
 
www.davepanting.com

FATHER BRENDAN FOLEY: Star Over Bethlehem (?)
45 rpm single, Independenet, Year ?, QCS-1333.

GARY O’DRISCOLL: The First Christmas Day (Gary O’Driscoll)
45 rpm single, ATLANTIS RECORDS GP-001 (Side B) 1982,
Prod: Gariana Productions.  WRC3-2456

RAY JOHNSON: The Rose Upon the Bible (Trad. Ray Johnson)
Christmas With Ray, 1973, Audat 477-4015
www.buddywasisname.com

DON JAMIESON:
Water Street – Wonderland of the Christmas Childhood (Don Jamieson)
Don Jamieson remembers, from a two LP set, QUAY CS 7950, 1979
Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Eng: Neil Bishop,
Prod: Roger Jamieson. Narrated by Don Jamieson

PADDY GEARIN:
It Came Upon A Midnight Clear (Edmund Sears/ Richard Storrs Willis
)
 A Newfoundland Christmas, 1987, ARC/PR87207
Prod: Neal Mattice & Paul Evans; Eng: Paul Evans
Personnel: Steve Woolhead, Frank Woodcock, Bill Lintner, Neal Mattice, Paul Evans

PADDY GEARIN: O Come All Ye Faithful
A Newfoundland Christmas, 1987, ARC/PR87207

 JOAN MORRISSEY: Mary’s Boy Child (Jester Hairston)
Condor XMCD 65, 2006, Heritage Music
Originally recorded in 1972 and released on vinyl LP, Marathon DX 515
www.joanmorrissey.com

DAVE PANTING: We Three Kings (John Henry Hopkins, Jr.)
Mandolin Christmas, Independent, 2000, 02 01130
Originally released on cassette tape 1987 (Prod., arr., recorded & mixed by Dave Panting & Don Walsh).
Re-released on CD with extra tracks in 2000.
Musicians in 1987 include: Dave Panting, Jeff Panting, Howie Southwood,
Geoff Butler, Paddy Mackey, Don Wherry
 
www.davepanting.com

DAVE PANTING: Carol of the Bells (Mykola Leontovych)
Mandolin Christmas, Independent, 2000, 02 01130

DICK NOLAN: Old Christmas Card (Vaughan Horton)
An Outport Christmas, Avondale Music, 2007, 02 08269
originally on cassette tape, Christmas At Home, 1993 Heritage Music,  OAK XM57
 
www.dicknolan.com

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: Wheels in Motion (Reg Watkins)
23 Songs about our Country, circa 2005, no label CD3001
Originally released on vinyl LP:
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me),1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

SIMANI: Merry Christmas World (Bud Davidge)
Christmas Fancy, 1985, Cassette Tape SDC-X095.
Personnel: Bud Davidge; Sim Savory; Neil Bishop; Mervin Maxwell; Bill Guest;
Claude Caines

KELLY RUSSELL:
Once In Royal David's City (Cecil Frances Alexander)
Silent Night (Father Joseph Mohr/Franz Xaver Gruber/John Freeman Young)
Kelly’s Green Christmas, 1979, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP4-7323.
Mixed by Don Walsh & Kelly Russell
.
www.pigeoninlet.com
 

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DECEMBER 18 - CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
(Program 79)

KELLY RUSSELL: In Praise of Christmas (Trad.)
Kelly’s Green Christmas, 1979, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP4-7323.
Mixed by Don Walsh & Kelly Russell.
www.pigeoninlet.com

MCNULTY FAMILY: Miss Fogarty’s Christmas Cake (C. Frank Horn)
A Night In Ireland (Vol 1) with the McNulty Family, Copley DWL 9-610 (year?)

JOAN MORRISSEY:
Christmas In Killarney (John Redmond, James Cavanaugh and Frank Weldon)
‘Round About Christmas
, Condor XMCD 65, 2006, Heritage Music
www.joanmorrissey.com

PADDY GEARIN: Christmas Roses (Paula Frances and N.A. Catsos)
A Newfoundland Christmas, 1987, ARC/PR87207
Prod: Neal Mattice & Paul Evans; Eng: Paul Evans
 
STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Merry Christmas Everybody (T. C. Connors)
Merry Christmas Everybody, CD, Capitol C2 93046
Prod: Tom Connors.
Originally released on vinyl LP, 1973, Boot BOS 7126
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.
www.stompintom.com

DICK NOLAN: Blue At Christmas (Ben Weatherby)
Atlantic Christmas, 2009, Unidisc AGEK-2576 (featuring Bonnie Lou Nolan)
originally released as vinyl LP, ARC AC -20, 1967
Produced by Ben Weatherby, Recorded at Bay Studios, Toronto. Engineer: Gary Starr. The CD reissue of 2009 has two extra tracks
www.dicknolan.com;
www.weatherbysound.com/BenWeatherby.htm

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Down On Christmas (T. C. Connors)
Merry Christmas Everybody, CD, Capitol C2 93046
Prod: Tom Connors.
Originally released on vinyl LP, 1973, Boot BOS 7126
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.
www.stompintom.com

DICK NOLAN/BONNIE LOU NOLAN:
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer (R. May/J. Marks)
Atlantic Christmas, 2009, Unidisc AGEK-2576 (featuring Bonnie Lou Nolan)
originally released as vinyl LP, ARC AC -20, 1967
Produced by Ben Weatherby, Recorded at Bay Studios, Toronto. Engineer: Gary Starr.
www.dicknolan.com

MICHAEL T. WALL/SARAH ANNE WALL/SABRINA KATHRYN WALL:
Sarah Claus (Nicholis Amodio Sr/John Covert/Michael T. Wall)
45 rpm single (A Side), 1986,
Country Wide Records MTW007-2
Eng: Larry Lauzon. Mix: Allan Friensehner.
Back-up Music by The Crystal Image Band.  Steel Guitar: Gary Potterton.

PADDY GEARIN: White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
A Newfoundland Christmas, 1987, ARC/PR87207
Prod: Neal Mattice & Paul Evans; Eng: Paul Evans
Personnel: Steve Woolhead, Frank Woodcock, Bill Lintner, Neal Mattice, Paul Evans

JOAN MORRISSEY:
The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)(Mel Tormé/Bob Wells)

Condor XMCD 65, 2006, Heritage Music
Originally recorded in 1972 and released on vinyl LP, Marathon DX 515
www.joanmorrissey.com

 DICK NOLAN: Frosty the Snowman (Rock Version) (S. Nelson/W. Rollins)
Atlantic Christmas, 2009, Unidisc AGEK-2576 (featuring Bonnie Lou Nolan)
originally released as vinyl LP, ARC AC -20, 1967
Produced by Ben Weatherby, Recorded at Bay Studios, Toronto. Engineer: Gary Starr.
 
www.dicknolan.com

JEROME COLE: Christmas Comes Once A Year (J. Cole)
Old Fashion Christmas, cassette tape, 1989, JCX899.
Personnel: Jerome Cole, Wilf Sullivan, Sim Savory, Calvin Hillier, Desmond McCarthy.
Prod. Jerome Cole. Recorded at Sim's Studio, Belloram, NL. SWC Productions

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
Christmas In My Home Town (
Lassaye Holmes)
Christmas In Newfoundland, 1972, Marathon DX 5141

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: You’v Got To Be Good (Bill Johnson)
Christmas In Newfoundland, 1972, Marathon DX 5141

RAY JOHNSON & FRIENDS:
Good King Wenceslas (Trad. Ray Johnson)
Christmas With Ray, 1973, Audat 477-4015
www.buddywasisname.com
 

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DECEMBER 11 - DRINK
(Program 78)

The NewFound Records Radio Hour bellies up to the bar…
that ultimate think tank… where nothing anybody says is ever true!

SIMANI: Company Tonight (B. Davidge/Simani)
Music & Friends, cassette tape SDC-5067, 1987

Personnel: Bud Davidge, Pious Hickey, Hughie Poole, Tom Keeping, Merril Stockley, Sim Savory, Allan Bambury,
Don Sheppard, Al Jensen, Harvey Davidge, Dave Williams, Conrad Williams, Nack Savory.
Eng: Sim Savory, Prod: Simani

 OMAR BLONDAHL: The Moonshine Can (Pat Troy?)
Songs From The Rock (Canadian Country Classics), Rodeo International RCCD 7113

JOHN WHITE: In Praise of Newfie Screech (Trad. arr John White)
John White sings Favourites, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

LEW MURPHY: The Liquor Book Song (composer?)
Newfoundland Singer, cassette tape, Produced by M-Corp, Series 1  (no number or date),
Accompanied by Ralph Walker Band

DICK NOLAN: JohnnyWalker (Dick Nolan/Ivan Brown)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2573
original release on LP ‘Moving Out’, Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8
www.dicknolan.com

 REX HEMEON: Bubbles In the Glass (Rex Hemeon)
Bingo and Another World, 1979, RCA KXL-1-0320
Personnel: Debbie Dwyer, Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Glen Parsons, Rusty Walker, Harold Wheeler,
Bern Parsons, Martin Hancock, Mike Cohen, Rick Walsh, Bob O'Donovan.
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop; Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Mix: RCA. Toronto

PETER NARVAEZ: Keep On Drinkin’ (P. Narvaez)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby,  1984, Terraplane SW 100
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Nelson Giles, Rocky Wiseman, Steve Annan,
Jamie Snider, John Nugent, Greg Clark, Terry Reilly.
Prod & Rec: Steve Annan, Mix: Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, Peter Narvaez.
www.rowdyblues.com/peternarvaez.htm

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: In Heaven There Is No Beer
Newfoundland Showband, Marathon ALS 393, 1973
Bill Chipman, Bill Whalen, Ray McLean, Ron Noseworthy 

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Jimmy’s Last Christmas (John Cameron)
45 rpm single, Cynda CN-018, 1972
Prod: Fred McKenna

ROY PENNEY: One Mint Julip
Boss Guitar In Teensville,  circa 1966, ARC A 662
Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney

THE PARTING GLASS: Ryan’s Fancy
Irish Love Songs

 

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DECEMBER 4 - DUETS
(Program 77)

JEFF WHITE: Tahirih (Jeff White)
Grey Lord, 1976, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001
Female vocalist: Nancy Ward-Bartlett

PANAMA LIMITED: Indian Summer (D. Parker)
Indian Summer, 1970
Personnel: Dennis Parker, Brian Strachan, Dave Griffits, Anne Matthews, Gary Compton.
Recorded at EMI Studios, Abbey Road. Engineers: Jeff Jarrett & Mike Sheady.  Produced by Jonathan Peel

 EDDIE EASTMAN & CARROLL BAKER:
How Close Am I To Losing You (B. Harding/L.J. Dillon)
The Winning Side, Applewood Productions 1985, APL 85001
Produced by Gilles Godard and Eddie Eastman

 REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: This One’s For You (Reg Watkins)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney,
Mickey Andrews, Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri

GEORGE ROWSELL & JENNY: One More Night (Wiseman Brothers)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY:
My Elusive Dreams Claude (Curly) Putman, Jr./Billy Sherrill

Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 5 – Country, 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2575
originally released on LP “Duet”, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70
www.dicknolan.com

REX HEMEON: Building Something Up (Rex Hemeon)
Country Singer On the Isle of Newfoundland, RCA KXL1-0143, 1976
Jim Linegar-lead guitar, Bob Taylor-Steel guitar, John Lane-Rhythm guitar, Bass guitar-Noah Perry, Drums-Chris Kelly, Vocas-Rex Hemeon, Debbie Dwyer.

BOBBY EVANS & PAMELA:
Daddy Don’t You Walk So Fast (Callendar-Stephens)
45 rpm single,  QUAY CS-8103, Side B. circa 1982
Prod: Bobby Evans, Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.

TNT: Hobo Sam  (Denis Parker)
 45 rpm single,1977,  Quay CS-03
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White

The DU-CATS: Peacepipe (N. Paramor)
The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

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NOVEMBER 27 - WILD IN THE LIBRARY
(Program 76)

PETER & JIMMY with the RHYTHM KNIGHTS: So Wild (Aceves)
45 rpm singhle, Castle 504, circa 1958-9, Boonton, N.J. 

THE KEATNIKS: That's My Girl

The Keatniks: Melbourne Records - AMLP 4011
Maurice Caines - William Keating - Pierre Lajeunesse - Basil Haire
Labrador City NL
Produced in Montreal  - 1965

THE DU-CATS: Oh Carol (Chuck Berry)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007, Three Blind Mice Music
Released in 1966 on  vinyl LP, RCA Victor - Canada International - PC/PCS-1018.
Personnel: Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, and Winston Blackmore
.

MARGO ST. JOHN: Take My Hand (Christine Brown)

45 rpm single, 1982, Quay CS-8073
Prod: Don Boland

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Rocking Chair Ride (Christopher Kearney)
Christopher Kearney, 1972, Capitol ST6372.
Eng: Phil Sheridan. Prod: Dennis B. Murphy.
 Personnel: Josh Onderisin, David Bromberg, Chuck Aarons, Jim Ackley, James Rolleston,
Scott Lang, Terry Clarke, Diane Brooks, Steve Kennedy, James Rolleston, Rhonda Silver.

DAVE NICOL: That Love of Mine (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, Nebula Records C-003.3, Side A. 1975
Produced by Dave Nicol L& Inter-Productions. 
Arr. by Dave Nicol.  Published by Dave Nicol Music

JULIE LYNN: Good Morning World (Roy A. Payne),
Look What They’ve Done To My Song, Dominion LPS 21017,  1970
Personnel: Julie  Lynn, Gary Spicer, Bobby Flynn, Pete McCormick.
Prod: Mark Altman & Jury Krytiuk. Rec: Eastern Sound, To. Eng: Chris Skene

TOMMY HUNTER: Born To Be A Gyspy (Roy Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single, RCA PB-50031 (Side A), 1974
Produced by Jack Feeney.
www.tommyhunter.com

HARRY HIBBS: Here Comes The Local Preacher (author unidentified)
Ron Pumphrey -- From The Voice Of the Common Man, To All My Lovelies, 1971
Caribou CC LP 7005 (Featuring two songs with vocals by Harry Hibbs)
Prof. Mgr: Ray Kent, Eng: Frank Bertin.
www.harryhibbs.com

REX HEMEON: We’re Just Country (Rex Hemeon)
Country Singer On the Isle of Newfoundland, RCA KXL1-0143, 1976
Jim Linegar-lead guitar, Bob Taylor-Steel guitar, John Lane-Rhythm guitar,
Bass guitar-Noah Perry, Drums-Chris Kelly, Vocas-Rex Hemeon, Debbie Dwyer.
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: Via Nova Studio, Grand Falls

DICK NOLAN: Old Rag-A-Doo (Trad)
Dick Nolan, RCA KXLI-0096, 1975
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron, Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Hayward Parrott.  Technician: Dave Balan
www.dicknolan.com

DARCY & KEVIN BRODERICK, DON WALSH,
GERRY STRONG, BARRY MARTIN:

Sidh Beag agus Sidh Mor/Wise Maid/Miss Monaghan (composer unidentified)
The Lonesome Boatman,  PIP-7315, 1981 with the Bowman & Broderick families.
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin.

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NOVEMBER 20 - THE CELEBRITIES
(Program 75)

OMAR BLONDAHL: Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor (Trad.)
Down To the Sea Again,  Rodeo Records RLP.7, circa 1956

BURL IVES: Jack Was Every Inch A Sailor (Trad.)
Across the Seven Seas, 2007 (CD)
With the Ralph Hunter Singers
www.burlives.com

JOYCE SULLIVAN & CHARLES JORDAN:
The Blooming Bright Star of Belle Isle (trad)

Folk Songs of Canada, 1956, Hallmark CS-3
 

BOB DYLAN: Belle Isle (Bob Dylan)
“Self-Portrait”, 1970, Columbia , C2X 30050
www.bobdylan.com

JOHN WHITE: Wild Colonial Boy (Trad.)
At the Caribou Club, ARC AS804. , circa 1968
Dir: Ben Weatherby.  Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto.
Harry Hibbs on squeezebox.


MICK JAGGER: Wild Colonial Boy (Trad.)

Ned Kelly (Original Soundtrack), 1970
www.mickjagger.com

HARRY HIBBS: Nobody’s Child (Cy Coben/Mel Foree)
The Very Best of Harry Hibbs (Vol. 1), HA001 CBC Radio, 2001
www.harryhibbs.com

 THE TRAVELING WILBURYS: Nobody’s Child (Cy Coben/Mel Foree)
Nobody’s Child – Romanian Angel Appeal, 1990, Warner Bros. 26280-2
Various Artists
www.travelingwilburys.com

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Sonny’s Dream (Ron Hynes)
The Wonderful Grand Band, Quay CS 78-014, 1978
Produced by The Wonderful Grand Band.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Personnel: Ron Hynes/Kelly Russell/Sandy Morris/Bawnie Oulton/Glenn Simmons/Rocky Wiseman.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville
.
www.wonderfulgrandband.com

 DOLORES KEANE, EMMYLOU HARRIS, & MARY BLACK:
Sonny (Ron Hynes)
The Greatest Songs Ever: Ireland, 2008

DICK NOLAN: Harbour Le Cou (Jack Dodd?)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2:
Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2572
Originally released on vinyl LP: Atlantic Lullaby, circa 1962-3, Arc A-627
www.dicknolan.com

GORDON LIGHTFOOT: Harbour Le Cou (Jack Dodd?)

Canadian Talent Library S 5049, 1964
www.gordonlightfoot.com

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NOVEMBER 13 - SINGLES AGAIN (Part One)
(Program 74)

The first of a few shows highlighting 45 rpm releases which have not been released on albums or any other format.
 

EDDIE EASTMAN & CARROLL BAKER:
Too Hot To Sleep Tonight (Johnson Beatty)
45 rpm EP, Tembo TRS-0002, 1983

EDDI KENNY: Devil Not An Angel (Adeline Benz/Artie Maclaren)
45 rpm single, 1987, AML Records AML0001X (Side 1).
Prod: Artie Maclaren. Eng: Alan Rempel.  Recorded at Bullfrog Studios, Vancouver
 
www.theboydsmusic.com

LORI KRISTIN: Here Come the Lines (Donette Woolston)
45 rpm single, 1984, Comstock Records COM 1734-A.
Produced by Patty Parker, Sound Emporium, Nashville

www.thecormiers.ca

THE NEWFIES: Empty Net Codfish Blues (Roy A. Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single b/w ‘Island of Dreams’, BOOT BTX379, 1987

THE BUSINESS: Hold Her (I. Perry & W. Hunt)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8084 (Side 1), 1982
Prod: The Business. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines.  Recorded at Clode Sound Studios

DAVID MICHAEL: Back In Your Arms (Richard Jon Smith)
45 rpm single, Boot Records, 1978,  BTX.218 (Side A) Produced by John Capek

FABIAN JAMES: Music Is My Life (Fabian James)

45 rpm single, 1978, RCA PB-50455-A.  
Producer: Skip Beckwith.  Dunbar Music Canada Ltd.

LLOYD BARTLETT: Maybe You Can Dance (Lloyd Bartlett)
45 rpm single, 1977, QUAY CS-1291

ICEBERG ALLEY: Some Slick (Downey/Parker)
45 rpm single, 1979, no label, WRC3-940
Brian Downey, Denis Parker, Mack Furlong, Paul Steffler


BRUCE MOSS: The Way I Feel (Bruce Moss)

45 rpm single, date? QUAY CS 7825
Eng: Neil Bishop.  Prod. by: Bruce Moss & Neil Bishop

DICK NOLAN: Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Art Scammel)
45 rpm EP, no label. Side One ST 57553.  Side Two ST 57554.
Produced  for 1977 Canada Games by Jack Feeney.
www.dicknolan.com

MORAL SUPPORT:
Strange Day For Dancing (Instrumental) (Sandro Durante & Richard Cranford)

45 rpm single, 1984, TGO Records, TGS-1011-B.
Prod: Sandro Durante & Richard Cranford; Exec. Prod: John Morin; Eng: Phil Fages; Mixed: Dixon Van Winkle

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NOVEMBER 6 - ROY PAYNE TRIBUTE
(Program 73)

A full hour honouring beloved outlaw, Roy Payne, recipient of MusicNL's Lifetime Achievement Award for 2010.


ROY PAYNE:
I Wouldn't Take A Million Dollars For A Single Maple Leaf (Roy Payne)

Goofy Newfie, circa 1970, Paragon ALS 247
Roy Payne: vocals ; Wally Brown: vocal harmony and rhythm guitar ; Joe Morgan: bass; Sam McGee: bass ; Earl Jones: lead guitar ; Don Jerrett: drums


CLINT CURTISS: No Price Tages On the Doors of Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
Ode To Newfoundland, Paragon ALS 288, circa 1970.
Personnel: Guy Melanson, Mickey Andrews, Gene MacDonald, Randy MacDonald, John Green, Claire Amyot


ROY PAYNE: Little Boats Of Newfoundland (Roy Payne)
Goofy Newfie, circa 1970, Paragon ALS 247

ROY PAYNE: Newfie Boy (Roy Payne)
Newfie Boy, RCA CASX-2568, 1972
Background vocals: Laurie Bower Singers.

 ROY PAYNE: D. J. (Roy Payne)
One Step Forward, RCA KPL 1-0047, 1973
Prod/Eng: George Semkiw. Rec. at RCA's Toronto Studio.
Technicians; Craig Richardson, Alan Moy. Exec. Prod: John Lombardo.

 ROY PAYNE: One Step Forward (And Two Steps Back) (Roy Payne)
One Step Forward, RCA KPL 1-0047, 1973

ROY PAYNE: Sweet Jesus (Roy Payne)
One Step Forward, RCA KPL 1-0047, 1973

 ROY PAYNE: That’s Why I’m In Love With Life (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, 1976, RCA KXL1-0163
Produced by Jack Feeney.  Engineer: Hayward Parrott

ROY PAYNE and DICK NOLAN: I Saw the Light (Hank Williams)
The Family Bible (Remastered & Expanded version), Condor HCD 4412, Heritage Music P & C 2010.
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Ollie Strong, Gerry Companion, Brian Lock,
Maggie Bourgeois, Steve Rideout, Norma Gale, Dusty Bulmer.
Rec. & Mixed: Dennis Brunet at Shag Sound. Original. recording 1995

 ROY PAYNE: Outlaw Heroes (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, 1976, RCA KXL1-0163
 
DICK NOLAN/ROY PAYNE: Old Fishin’ Hole (Roy A. Payne)
Side by Each, 1993, Condor HCD 4437, 1993
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Side By Each’, Starpak
SK 132, 1980

THE NEWFIES: Empty Net Codfish Blues (Roy A. Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single b/w ‘Island of Dreams’, BOOT BTX379, 1987

 SCOTT ROWSELL & AQUARIUS: A Tribute To Johnny Cash (Roy Payne)
Draggerman / Scott Rowsell and Aquarius, 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: My Stompin’ Grounds (Tom Connors/Roy Payne)
Across This Land, 1973, Boot Records BOS 2-7137
Bill Lewis, Gary Empy
www.stompintom.com

 ROY PAYNE: Last Date (Floyd Cramer)
Goofy Newfie, circa 1970, Paragon ALS 247

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OCTOBER 30 - DODGIN' THE RAIN
(Program 72)

Duckin' the fog, dodgin' the rain, wishin' for rainbows!



SIMANI: A Breed All His Own (Bud Davidge)
Two For the Show, SWC SDC 7788, 1988
Personnel: Bud Davidge, Sim Savory, Cyril Brown, Mike Higgins, Dave Carey, Wilf Sullivan.
Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram. Eng: Sim Savory.

 THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND:
Living In A Fog (G. Malone/T. Sexton/G. Simmons/I. Perry/R. Hynes/S. Morris/D.O. Doherty/J. Snider/P. Stamp)

Living In A Fog, CD – No label, 0250617
Originally released in 1981 on vinyl LP – Grand East Records GE 1001. 
Produced by Declan O’Doherty.  Engineering by Dan Donovan and Declan O’Doherty.
Personnel: Glenn Simmons, Ron Hynes, Jamie Snider, Sandy Morris, Ian Perry, Paul Stamp, Greg Malone, Tommy Sexton.
www.wonderfulgrandband.com

 DICK NOLAN: Grey Foggy Day (Eddie Coffey)
Down By the Sea, Condor HCD 4433, 1998
Dick Nolan - Vocal & Rhythm guitar; Robert Benoit - Rhythm & Lead guitar;
Larris Benoit - Bass; Roddy Lee - Drums
www.dicknolan.com

GORDON PINSENT: Foggy Dew (Trad tune, lyrics by E. H. Milligan)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027

RYAN’S FANCY: Mist Covered Mountains Of Home (Trad. Arr. Ryan's Fancy)
A Time With Ryan's Fancy, BOOT BOS 7197, 1979
Personnel: Fergus O'Byrne, Dermot O'Reilly, Denis Ryan, Allister MacGillivary and others.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy & Allister MacGillivary. Eng: Pat Martin, Al Feeney.
Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax.
www.ryansfancy.com

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Prayin’ For Rain (C. Kearney)
Sweetwater, Capitol, ST6424, 1974
Personnel: Bob Yeomans, Gene Falbo, Jon Goldsmith, Al Brosco, Dido, Ben Mink.
Prod: Gene Martynec & Lee De Carlo. Rec: Manta Sound, Toronto.
Exec Prod: Paul White


SCRUNCHI’NS, Rainy Night In Georgia (Tony Joe White)
Scrunchin’ns, 1976, Ocean GH2-476
J. Terry Hynes, Glen Tilley, Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley

SHIRLEY BUTT: Roses, Rain, and Yesterday (composer unidentified)
Newfoundland Country, 1974, Buckshot BT 9007

 REX HEMEON: It's Going To Rain Tomorrow (Rex Hemeon)
Bingo and Another World, 1979, RCA KXL-1-0320
Personnel: Debbie Dwyer, Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbott, Glen Parsons, Rusty Walker, Harold Wheeler,
Bern Parsons, Martin Hancock, Mike Cohen, Rick Walsh, Bob O'Donovan.
Eng & Prod: Neil Bishop; Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Mix: RCA. Toronto

CORMIER COUNTRY: Stand A Little Rain (Gordon & Loretta Cormier)
Headin’
Home, 1988, Independent P-1001
Gordon Cormier, Loretta Cormier
Personnel: Gary Koliger, Rick Erickson, Kenny Chalmers, Calvin Vollrath, Adrian Chornowal.
 Prod & Eng: Garry McDonall. Rec: Edmonton, Alberta
www.thecormiers.ca

 THE COUNTRY DUCATS: Every Fool Has A Rainbow (Merle Haggard)
“You Can’t Take the Country From the Man”, Country Ducats, 1972, Marathon MS 2116

Edward Rowsell: vocalist ; Lewis Skinner: lead guitar; Robert Battiste: bass guitar;
Roger Skinner: drums; Cyril Brown: steel guitar

MARY LOU COLLINS: Wish Me A Rainbow (Jay Livingston – Ray Evans)
Mary Lou Collins, 1967, RCA VICTOR, CTL 1086 (Mono)
Arrangements by Jimmy Dale & Maury Kaye.
Produced by Lyman Potts. Recording engineer: Bill Giles.

 GORDON QUINTON: Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen & E.Y. Harburg)
Guitar Songs, Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey, Boyd Norman.
Prod : Gordon Quinton.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville
 

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OCTOBER 23 - MUSIC NL NOMINEES + PAT SULLEY SPOTLIGHT
(Program 71)

It's time for the annual MUSIC NL awards.  NewFound Records spins a few new versions of old standards,
and trips back to the old version too.  Also a little feature on Pat Sulley.

DICK NOLAN: I Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 4, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2574
originally released on vinyl LP, Folsom Prison & other Johnny Cash Songs, Arc AS-807, circa 1968
www.dicknolan.com

 RED ISLAND: Barque In the Harbour (Traditional)
In Pursuit of the Wild Balogna, 1978, Quay CS-7803
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best

MATTHEW BYRNE: Barque In the Harbour (Traditional)
Ballads, 2010. Produced by Billy Sutton, Mastered by Jason Whelan
Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Sound Solution in St. John's, NL.
www.matthewbyrne.net

LITTLE JOHNNY CAMERON: Jug Of Punch (Trad., arr. J. Cameron)
Little Johnny Cameron, Audat 477-9059, circa 1974.
Personnel
: Gordon Quinton: acoustic lead guitar; Phil Hancock: electric bass;
Shelly Posen: banjo, concertina; Eddie Rowsell: rhythm guitar; Roger Skinner: drums.
Eng: Ron Duclos, Prod: Fivetake Group Prod. Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

THE NAVIGATORS: Jug Of Punch (Trad.)
Sea Miner, 2009
Fred Jorgensen, Andrew Boulos, Paul Murphy and Arthur O'Brien

www.thenavigators.com

GEOFF BUTLER & HAROLD (HANK) WILLIAMS:
Boy In the Gap /D. J. Tilleys/Tatter Jack Walsh (Trad.)
Buttons and Bows, Newfoundland Style, 1986
ROARING JELLY RECORDS - RJR, WRC1-4617.
Recorded at home by H. Williams & G. Butler.  Mixed: Wallace Hammond & G. Butler.

STEVEDORE STEVE: Newfie Screech (Stephen J. Foote)
Hardworkin’ Men, Boot Records, BOS 7102, 1971
Prod: Jury Krytiuk. Rec: RCA Ltd, Toronto. Eng: George Semkiw.
Rec. tech.: "Cub" Richardson

JOAN MORRISSEY: Kissing My Pillow (Wally Lewis / Fuzzy Owen)
All Time Country Favorites, Maritime Records MR-10000. Monaural, 1967.
With the Don Randell Band: Don Randell, Ted Blanchard, Benny Brake, Wally Pynn.
www.joanmorrissey.com

PAT SULLEY: You Are My Destiny (P. Sulley)
PAT SULLEY: Cameron Avenue (P. Sulley)
45 rpm single, WRC3-691 (anchor records), 1979
Scott Kennedy: Bass (Harmony vocals), Arthur Jessol: Drums, Rick Knight: Keyboards. Pat Sulley : Vocal & guitars
Recorded at The Grange. Eng: Rick Knight
www.songwriters.ca/member/PatrickSulley

PAT SULLEY: Crisis to Crisis (P. Sulley)
Unreleased, Halifax, 2010
Bass by Stuart Lorriman, Drums by Wayne Hynes,
Vocals, Guitars, and Keyboards/Synthesizer by Pat Sulley

STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS: Clayton Delaney (Tom T. Hall)
Ol’ Newfie Outhouse, circa 1974, Audat 477-9063
Personnel: Steve Pardy, Lloyd Tremblett, Randy Pardy, Orville Harris, Don Cuff.

ROBBIE McDOUGALL: Theme From the Rowdyman (B. McPeek)
45 rpm single, 1972, Nimbus 9, NNS-9019 Side A.
Arranged & Produced by Ben McPeek.
www.robbiemcdougall.com
 

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OCTOBER 16 - CAPS, COATS, & BOOTS
(Program 70)

OMAR BLONDAHL: My Father’s Old Sou’Wester (Bill Hollett)
A Visit To Newfoundland, Dubbed from the vinyl LP, Rodeo RLP-34, circa 1956-8

McNULTY FAMILY:
Hat My Father Wore On St. Patrick’s Day (Jean Schwartz, William Jerome)
The McNulty Family Entertains, Copley, COP-5002, circa 1950s?

JOHN WHITE: Me Auld Skellara Hat (Trad.)
Saturday Nite Jamboree (CD), 2007, MMaP, MUN

DICK NOLAN: With Me Gloves in Me ‘And And Me ‘at On One Side
Fisherman’s Boy, RCA Camden CAS-2576, 1972
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.
www.dicknolan.com

BONNIE LOU NOLAN: Coat of Many Colours (Dolly Parton)
Happy Birthday, RCA Cambden CASX 2612, 1973

DICK NOLAN: My Old Brown Coat and Me (author unknown)
Echoes of the Atlantic,Continental Maple, CML/CMS 1005/, circa 1962-3
www.dicknolan.com

RYAN’S FANCY: The Galway Shawl (Trad. Arr. D. Ryan, D. O'Reillly, F.O'Byrne)
Irish Love Songs, Boot BOS 7232, 1982
Produced by Ryan's Fancy.  Engineer: Pat Martin.
Recorded at Scorpio Audio, Halifax, N.S.
www.ryansfancy.com

BRIAN JOHNSTON & THE DIPSYDOODLERS:
My Shoes Keep Walkin’ Back To You (Bob Wills & Lee Ross)
Saturday Nite Jamboree (CD), 2007, MMaP, MUN

JERRY ELI: New Shoes For the Children (Ronald G. Noseworthy)
Newfoundsongs of Newfoundland, 1973, Matador Records, Ann 1001
Musicians: Delmer Dorey, Larry Dee, Bobby Munro, Andy Greatrix, Roddy Lee

JIM MARTIN: Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy (J. Stapp - H. Stone)
Bay Born B’ye, BOOT BOS 7239, 1984
Prod: Jury Krytiuk & Glenn Sutton. Eng: Mark Wright.
Personnel: Pete Wade, Jerry Strembridge, Jerry Kroone, Pig Robbins, Henry Strzelecki, Gerry Gale,
Watler Ostanek, John Allan Cameron, Bob O'Dovonan, & others.

PAT & JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM:
Rubber Boots (Trad./lyrics- B. Wareham)
Towards the Sunset, 1983, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318

AUGUST MAJCAN:
Truth About the Rubber Boots (Words: Glenn Brown; Music: Traditional)
Breath Of Newfoundland, Bel Air Records, BA 1987, 1984
Eng.: David Ferri, Producer: Glenn Brown.
Musicans: Andrew Affleck, Jamie Purdy, Mickey Andrews, Wendell Ferguson, Cyril Way, August Majcan

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: Sunrise Travelling Boots
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw,Al Cherney,
Mickey Andrews, Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.
www.thecormiers.ca

 THE YORK COUNTY BOYS: Golden Slippers (James Alan Bland)
A Bluegrass Legend, ahed AS-8219, circa late 1970s
re-mastered and re-channelled stereo version of the orignal album Arc 502 circa 1958.
Personnel: Mike Cameron, Rex Yetman, "Big John" McManamam, Brain Barron, Dusty Legere.

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OCTOBER 9 - TO GOLDEN HUE
(Program 69)

The autumn days are here again, and the night winds chilly blow.

LEW MURPHY: When I Mowed Pat Murphy’s Meadow (J. M. Devine)
Ballads of Land & Sea, 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abott on organ

CHAD WILLIS & THE BEACHSTONES: Squarin’ Up Time (Art Scammel)
Folk Songs of the Sea/Windjammer! SPIN-O-RAMA S 128, circa 1961.

 BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS: Autumn Waltz (Trad.)
Making For the Harbour, 1985, World Records WRC1-4525.
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers. 
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming. 
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander. 

REG WATKINS: Let’s Have October Back Again (Reg Watkins)
Reg Watkins is Cam Canuck, 1974, SNOCAN SCN-505
Produced by Ralph Carlson and Ron Sparling. Recorded at Carlsound Studios, Ottawa.

TERRY HYNES: Going Home (Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, AME Records AME 107X, circa 1974
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod: Steve Hunter.

ROY PAYNE: Dogberry Wine (Roy Payne)
Willie’s Yellar Pick Up Truck, 1975, RCA KXL1-0095
Producer: Jack Feeney, Engineer: Hayward Parrott

 REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD and friends:
Aunt Jenny’s Dirty Mop (Reg Brown)
Boil Up Time, 1989, cassette tape RB4C-1000.
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne,
Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Drfitwood Studio, Corner Brook.

PETER NARVAEZ: Diggin' My Potatoes (S. Terry)
Rock 'n' Roll Ruby, 1984, Terraplane SW 1001.
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Nelson Giles, Rocky Wiseman, Steve Annan, Jamie Snider,
John Nugent, Greg Clark, Terry Reilly.
Prod & Rec: Steve Annan, Mix: Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, Peter Narvaez.

DICK NOLAN: Japanese Gin (Dick Nolan)
The Best of Dick Nolan (CD), 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
www.dicknolan.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Mobile Goat  (Tom Cahill)
Memories, Great Canaian Music Company GCMC WEE 80-004, 1980
www.joanmorrissey.com

 GORDON RIDEOUT: The Rose (Doyle Mitchell)
Straight From the Heart, Independent, 1993
Personnel: Gordon Rideout, Mike Higgins, Sim Savory. Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram, NF

FRANK MILLS: September Song (Kurt Weill/Maxwell Anderson)
Prelude to Romance, 1981
Engineered by Hayward Parrott from Winterton, NL

www.frankmills.com
 

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OCTOBER 2 - SO OLD BUT EVER NEW
(Program 68)

An eclectic selection of new oldies recently added to the NewFound Records library.

PETER & JIMMY with the RHYTHM NIGHTS: So Wild (Aceves)
45 rpm singhle, Castle 504, circa 1958-9, Boonton, N.J. 

MARY LOU COLLINS: Pretty Rag Doll (Joe LaRocco)
45 rpm single, Rodeo RO 45-143, circa 1955

PAT SULLEY: You Are My Destiny (P. Sulley)
45 rpm single, WRC3-691 (anchor records), 1979
Scott Kennedy: Bass (Harmony vocals), Arthur Jessol: Drums, Rick Knight: Keyboards. Pat Sulley : Vocal & guitars
Recorded at The Grange. Eng: Rick Knight
www.songwriters.ca/member/PatrickSulley

 PHYLLIS NOSWORTHY: How Was I To Know (Jessie Peyton)
45 rpm single, WRC3-3516 (No label), 1984
Prod: Neil Bishop, Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: Middle of the Sea (C. Brown)
The Sea Calls, cassette tape, Independent, WRC4-550, 1987
Prod: Rick Hollett, Eng: Rich Knowles.
Personnel: Phyllis Morrissey, Nelson Giles, Rick Hollett, Tony Lockyer, Sandy Morris,

EDDIE EASTMAN & CARROLL BAKER:
Too Hot To Sleep Tonight (Johnson Beatty)
45 rpm EP, Tembo TRS-0002, 1983
www.eddieeastman.com

CHUCK SIMMS: Rolling With the Flow (Merle Haggard)
Home Ties (with Eddie Coffey), Independent, WRC1-5228. 1987
Musicians: Eddie Coffey, Chuck Simms, Danny Boone, John Martin, Al Perry, Terry Blankely, Dusty Bulmer, The Mantini Sisters, Dave Hall.
Eng: Dave Hall. Rec. at Sound Stage, Niagara

RALPH WALKER: I’se The B’ye (New version) (Ralph Walker)
Back To My Home, cassette tape ACC-4908, 1988
Ralph Walker: Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocal Composer/Arranger/Producer.
Eng: Jim Thompson
.

 THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Theme for Two (Gord/Andrews)
Dream On the Run, Periwinkle PER 7314, 1974
Personnel: Gerry Hall, Randy McDonald, Mickey Andrews, Paul Clinch, Anette George, Vocal Backups by The Peaches..
Rec: Sound Canada, Eng: Glenn Clarke, Prod: Art Snider

 ROY PAYNE: Ballad of the Bulletproof Kid (Roy Payne)
Back From the Dead, cassette tape. Street Level Music SLMC 0001, 1988
Recorded at Sound Recording Studio. The devil was pleased with the bulletproof kid.

YORK COUNTY BOYS:
I’m Using My Bible For a Roadmap (Don Reno & Charles Schroeder)
A Bluegrass Legend, ahed AS-8219.
This is a re-mastered and re-channelled stereo version of the orignal album Arc 502 which was released circa 1958.
Personnel: Mike Cameron, Rex Yetman, "Big John" McManamam, Brain Barron, Dusty Legere.

ROY PAYNE & DICK NOLAN:
Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown (Eliza E. Hewitt /John R. Sweeney)
The Family Bible (Remastered & Expanded version), Condor HCD 4412,
Heritage Music P & C 2010.
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Ollie Strong, Gerry Companion, Brian Lock,
Maggie Bourgeois, Steve Rideout, Norma Gale, Dusty Bulmer.
Rec. & Mixed: Dennis Brunet at Shag Sound. Original. recording 1995


GORDON QUINTON:
Jigs: 1.Slipway, 2.Irish, & 3.Father O'Flynn -- (1.Gordon Quinton, 2.Trad.3. Trad.)
Guitar Songs, Quay CS 7933, 1979
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey, Boyd Norman. Prod : Gordon Quinton.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville
 

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SEPTEMBER 25 - ANSWER THE HUNTING CALL
(Program 67)

Whether your game be moose, caribou, rabbit, duck, muskrat, bear or baloney -- 'tis the season for the hunt. 
and NewFound Records spins the tales in song and poem!

GERALD MITCHELL The Hunt (Byron Chaulk))
The Hunt and Other Songs of Labrador, 1970, Marathon MS 2101

JUNE BAIKIE & KELLY RUSSELL: Huntin’ In the Spring (June Baikie)
A Celebration of Heritage - Songs of Labrador, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7329.
Prod., Arr., rec., & mixed by Kelly Russell.
He plays: guitar, bouzouki, concertina, piano accordioin, synthesizer, celtic harp, mandolin fiddle,
whistle, dulcimer, bodhran, & electric guitar
www.pigeoninlet.com

FIGGY DUFF: Woman of Labrador (Unknown: Arr: Pamela Morgan)
Weather Out the Storm, 1990, AM 71356-1000-4.
Prod: Tom Treumuth & Gary Fumiss. Eng: Gary Fumiss.
Personnel: Pamela Morgan, Noel Dinn, Kelly Russell, Rob Laidlaw, Bruce Crummell, Frank Maher, Geoff Butler, Jamie Snider, Kim Brown, Christopher Plock & others
www.ambermusic.ca

BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS:
Gotta Get Me Moose B'y (Kevin Blackmore)
Makin’ For the Harbour, 1985, World Records WRC1-4525. 
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers. 
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming. 
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander. 
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.
www.buddywasisname.com

 EDISON WILLIAMS : Moose Song (Trad.)
Roving Again, vinyl LP, date? Audat 477-9014.
Prod: Vern Kennedy. Eng: A. Feeney. Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax.
Personnel: Edison Williams (Vocals & guitar) , Hayward Strickland (Accordian), Len Goulden (Mandolin & Guitar)

 REG WATKINS: The Badger Moose (Reg Watkins)
23 Songs about our Country, circa 2005, no label CD3001
originally released on vinyl LP ‘A little oreg-inality’, circa 1978, BGC-01

JERRY ELI: Moose Or a Horse (Ronald G. Noseworthy)
Newfoundsongs of Newfoundland, 1973, Matador Records, Ann 1001
Musicians: Delmer Dorey, Larry Dee, Bobby Munro, Andy Greatrix, Roddy Lee

DICK NOLAN: Happy Newfoundlanders (Dick Nolan)
Happy Newfoundlanders, 1973, RCA Camden KCC1-0012
Engineer: Mark Smith, Technician: John Cordina,
Produced by Jack Feeney
Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios
www.dicknolan.com

 THE FLUMMIES: Crowd of Jolly Trappers (Douglas Best)
Songs of Labrador, 1988, WRC1-5985 (cassette tape)
Gary O’Driscoll, Harris Learning, Greg O’Blenis, Richard Dyson, Alton Best, George Shiwak
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab.
www3.nf.sympatico.ca/baikie/theflummies

 RED ISLAND: In Pursuit Of the Wild Balogna (Jamie Snider)
In Pursuit of the Wild Balogna, 1978, Quay CS-7803
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best

 FREE BEER: The Bear (Unidentified)
Clueless, Independent, CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound.

 BILL BOWMAN Jr., BARRY MARTIN: Hunter’s Purse (Unidentified on album)
The Lonesome Boatman, PIP-7315 with the Bowman & Broderick families.
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin
. 

FIGGY DUFF: Geese In the Bog (Unidentified on album)
A Retrospective 1974-1993, 1995, no label,  SG2 7205
Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting, Art Stoyles, Noel Dinn, Philip Dinn
www.ambermusic.ca
 

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SEPTEMBER 18 - COUNTRY COVERS (Part 3)
(Program 66)

Final of a three-part series on Newfoundland & Labrador's classic country music recordings from the vinyl era.
 

THE RISING SONS: Sunday Morning (Kristofferson)
The Rising Sons, 1972, Audat 477-9012.
Personnel: Pete Bursey, Jim Rooney, Russ Marshall
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney.

 COREY & TRINA: Coat of Many Colours (Dolly Parton)
Songs For Laughing & Dancing, 1978, QUAY CS-7808.
Eng. & Prod. by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Recorded at Clode Sound Productions
.
On Facebook: “Newfoundland’s Corey & Trina”

JOHN BOLAND AND BEOTHUCK: That’s How I Got To Memphis (Tom T. Hall)
John Boland and Beothuck, 1976, Boot Records BTM 2003
John Boland, John Babb, Mac Babb, Fred O’Quinn, John Rankin.
Producer: Bobby Munro; Engineer: Kevin Evans

CHARLIE CROCKER: Play Born To Lose Again (Kent Robbins)
Charlie Crocker, 1976, BOOT BTM 2002.
Rec: Eastern Sound, Toronto. Eng: Peter Mann

PHIL BOND: I’ll Cry Instead (John Lennon - Paul McCartney)
45 rpm single, 1976, Boot Records BT.169 (Side 1), Prod: Chuck Goudie.
Personnel include: Ron Richard, Gary Empey

DICK NOLAN: Ballad Of Thunder Road (Don Raye & Robert Mitchum)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 3, Unidisc 2008, AGEK-2573
Originally released on the LP, Arc Country Hits, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8
www.dicknolan.com

JOHN LACEY & GORDON QUINTON:
Brand New Tennessee Waltz (Jesse Winchester)
45 rpm single, date ?, Pigeon Inlet Productions  PIP-7310

BOBBY EVANS: Take Good Care Of Her (Kent/Warren)
Hotel Gander, 1983, BelAir Records 1983

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: Yellow Rose Of Texas (Trad.)
Reg Watkins & Loretta Cormier perform your requests, 1986, cassette tape Lone Raven  LR4-720
www.thecormiers.ca

GORDON RIDEOUT: Cold Hard Facts of Life (Bill Anderson)
Straight From the Heart, Independent, 1993
Personnel: Gordon Rideout, Mike Higgins, Sim Savory.
Rec: Sim's Studio, Belloram, NF

JEROME COLE: Man Behind the Gun (Ned Miller)
Memories of Home, Independent, 2798, 1989
Personnel: Jerome Cole, Sim Savory, Hughie Poole, Mike Higgins

KEVIN MERCER: Farewell Party (Lawton Williams)
Country From the Heart, Independent, no number, no date
Personnel: Kevin Mercer, Dave Fitzpatrick, Winston Saunders, Rod Chipman, Pat Palmer, Jim Mercer, Robbie Mills.
Eng: Jim Mercer. Rec: Wildfinger Productions

GERRY REEVES: Buckaroo (Buck Owens?)
Golden Guitar Favorites, Paragon ALS 314

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SEPTEMBER 11 - TRIBUTE TO EDDIE EASTMAN
(Program 65)

NewFound Records celebrates Eddie Eastman's induction into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Honour,
the first Newfoundlander & Labradorian to be so honoured!
www.eddieeastman.com.

THE COUNTRY DUCATS: Heartbroken Fool (E. Rowsell/L. Skinner)
You Can’t Take the Country From the Man, Compact Disc 2008 Condor HCD 4522
Original release, LP, You Can’t Take the Country From the Man, 1972, Marathon LP MS 2116
Personnel: Edward Rowsell (Vocalist), Lewis Skinner (Lead guitar),
Robert Battiste(bass guitar), Roger Skinner (Drums), Cyril Brown (Steel Guitar)
Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, and D. J.  Fontana. Recorded at Nashville, Tenn.; Prod: Tommy Hill


ED ROWSELL: Excuse Me (ED Rowsell)
Close Up, 1974, Audat 477-9060.
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL

 EDDIE EASTMAN: Eastbound 401 (Eddie Eastman)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee.

EDDIE EASTMAN: I Think I’ll Say Goodbye (Marshall Chapman/Jim Rushing)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee

EDDIE EASTMAN: Love Is Such An Easy Word To Say (T. Skinner/J. L. Wallace)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000.  
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee

EDDIE EASTMAN: Your Used To Be (Eddie Eastman)
Eddie Eastman, 1980, Columbia PCC-90598
Prod: Bob cousins. Rec: Nashville.  Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Rex Collier & Skip Shimmin.

EDDIE EASTMAN: Liftin’ Me Up, Lettin’ Me Down (Eddie Eastman)
Eddie Eastman, 1980, Columbia PCC-90598
Prod: Bob cousins. Rec: Nashville.  Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Rex Collier & Skip Shimmin.

EDDIE EASTMAN: From the Bar Room To the Bedroom (Gilles Godard)
Intimate Strangers, 1982, Bel Air Records, BA 1988.
Produced by Bob Cousins. Recorded at Nashville. Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Steve Ham, Ken Corlew, Kerry Kopp, David McKinley

EDDIE EASTMAN: Intimate Strangers (T. Skinner/K. Bell)
Intimate Strangers, 1982, Bel Air Records, BA 1988.
Produced by Bob Cousins. Recorded at Nashville. Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Steve Ham, Ken Corlew, Kerry Kopp, David McKinley

EDDIE EASTMAN: Dreaming All Over Again (E. Eastman/G. Godard)
The Winning Side, Applewood Productions 1985, APL 85001
Produced by Gilles Godard and Eddie Eastman

EDDIE EASTMAN & CARROLL BAKER:
How Close Am I To Losing You (B. Harding/L.J. Dillon)
45 rpm single ARTISAN AR 8205.
Produced by Gilles Godard/Eddie Eastman.
Also appeared on the Eddie Eastman LP 'The Winning Side', APL 85001

EDDIE EASTMAN: Someday We’ll Look Back (composer?)
You Can’t Take the Country From the Man, Compact Disc 2008 Condor HCD 4522
Original release, LP, You Can’t Take the Country From the Man, 1972, Marathon LP MS 2116
Personnel: Edward Rowsell (Vocalist), Lewis Skinner (Lead guitar),
Robert Battiste(bass guitar), Roger Skinner (Drums), Cyril Brown (Steel Guitar)
Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, and D. J.  Fontana. Recorded at Nashville, Tenn.; Prod: Tommy Hill

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SEPTEMBER 6 - LABOUR DAY SPECIAL (REPEAT)
(Program 64)

ALAN MILLS: Hard, Hard Times (author unknown)
Songs of Newfoundland, 1958, Folkways Records FW 8771
Gilbert Lacombe, Guitar; Gordon Fleming, accordeon; Alan Mills: vocals

KEN PEACOCK: Drill Ye Heroes, Drill! (John Devine)
Songs & Ballads of Newfoundland, 1956, Folkways Records FG 3505

THE TERRA NOVANS: The Lumber Camp Song (Trad.)
We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar, 1966, no label TN 1001

JOHN WHITE: The Badger Drive (John V. Devine)
Come All Ye Home To Newfoundland, 1966RCA MG-4247

DICK NOLAN: Cut the Timber Down (Roy McLeod)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, 2008, Unidisc AGEK-2573
 www.dicknolan.com

PIERCE CULL: Working in the Cold Storage (Pierce Cull)
The Cold Storage Song, circa 1973, Audat 477-9039

GEORGRE GRANDY: Fisherman’s Tribute (G. Grandy)
D. P. Newfie, circa 1973, Audat 477-9017
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar
.

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Draggerman (L. Sturge/N. Squires)
Draggerman / Scott Rowsell and Aquarius, 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

DICK NOLAN: Unemployment Song (Joe Shaw/Bill Glover?)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 6, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK 2577
www.dicknolan.com

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: U.I.C. (Jamie Snider)
Living in a Fog, 1996, Grand East Records 0250617

GERALD MITCHELL: The Mighty Churchill Falls (Byron Chaulk)
The Hunt & other songs of Labrador, 1970, Marathon MS 2101 

JOAN MORRISSEY: The Teacher’s Song (Cahill/Berlin)
Memories, date?, Condor, HCD 20-010
www.joanmorrissey.com

BRIAN MACLEOD: Come By Chance (Brian MacLeod)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007
Three Blind Mice Music

SCRUNCHI’NS: Chain Gang (Sam Cooke)
Scrunchin’ns, 1976, Ocean GH2-476
J. Terry Hynes, Glen Tilley, Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley

THE SHAMROCKS: Farmer’s Jamboree
Newfoundland Old Time Fiddle Music, 1960, Banff RBS. 1055
Don Randell: fiddle, Ted Blanchard: fiddle, Eric Dicks: piano

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AUG 30: FOR THE BIRDS (REPEAT)
(Program 63)

GORDON PINSENT: : She’s Like the Swallow (M. Stanbury)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027 

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: The Cuckoo (arr. D. F. Cook)
Winter’s Gone and Past and other songs of Newfoundland, 1979, World Records WR-18
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
http://www.mun.ca/music/ensembles/chchoir 

PAT & JOE BYRNE: The Seagulls Still Follow On Freedom (P. Byrne)
Towards the Sunset, 1983, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318
Pat Byrne, Joe Byrne, Baxter Wareham

GERALD MITCHELL: The Hunt (Byron Chaulk)
The Hunt and Other Songs of Labrador, 1970, Marathon MS 2101

THE FLUMMIES: Wings of An Eagle (Hiram White)
Songs of Labrador, 1988, WRC1-5985 (cassette tape)
Gary O’Driscoll, Harris Learning, Greg O’Blenis, Richard Dyson, Alton Best, George Shiwak
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab.
www3.nf.sympatico.ca/baikie/theflummies

 DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Eagle Ridin’ Papas (Broonzy)
Eagle Ridin’ Papas, 1988, PHPC-8801,
Produced by Denis Parker Roger Howse & Don Walsh, Recorded at Daydeen Studio
www.rogerhowse.com; www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

DICK NOLAN: Rooster From Kitchusis (Tom Cahill)
My East Coast, Condor HCD-4423, circa 1994
originally released on vinyl LP “Welcome Aboard”, Boot BTM 2008, 1984
Musicians: Albert MacDonald – Larry Dee – Paul Clinch – Keith Fitzgerald –
Barry Feener – Rocky Doucette – Bob Munro – Ray Chaisson
Producer: Albert Macdonald, Engineer: Fred Peterson
Recorded at: Kinck Sound, Toronto, ON
www.dicknolan.com

ROY PAYNE: Thank God I’m A Chicken (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Produced by Jack Feeney.  Engineer: Hayward Parrott

 THE WURZELS:
The Blackbird (New lyric & music adapt. – P.Budd, T. Banner, T. Baylis)

The Combine Harvester, 1976, Attic 1018.
Personnel: Tommy Banner, Tony Baylis, Pete Budd. 
Eng: Tony Clarke, Alan Rowse. Mast: Harry Moss
www.thewurzels.com

JEAN PARDY: Robin Red Breast (unidentified on record)
Pardy Time, circa 1975, Condor 977-1460

 
RAY WALSH: Jenny’s Blue Hen (unidentified on record)
Favorite Reels & Jigs of Newfoundland, 1966, ARC 691
Personnel: Bill Allen: guitar;  Reg Foley: bass

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AUG 23: BOATS - NEWFOUNDLAND'S WONDERS (REPEAT)
(Program 62)

BUDDY WASISNAME and the OTHER FELLERS:
Makin’ For the Harbour (Kevin Blackmore)

Makin’ For the Harbour, 1986, World Records WRC1-4525.
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers.
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming.
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander
www.buddywasisname.com

ART SCAMMEL: That Joe Batt’s Arm Bully (A. R. Scammel)
My Newfoundland, 1973, Audat 477 9043
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

ED McCURDY: Good Ship Jubilee (Trad.)
Songs of the Sea, circa 1953, Cambridge VP 11

RAY JOHNSON: Fishing In A Dory (Paul Emberly)
Newfie 30, 1977, Pelley AJP 501.
Prod: Jack Pelley & Frank Lowe.
originally released 1973 on LP “The Newfoundland I Love”,
Audat 47-9031 by Ray Johnson & the Sou’Westers.
www.buddywasisname.com

DICK NOLAN: The Old Polina (Trad.)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2, 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2572
Originally released on vinyl LP, ’I’se the B’y What Catches Da Fish’, 1966, Arc AS 694 
www.dicknolan.com

PADDY GEARIN: Take Me Home William Carson (Wm. Gearin)
My Home In St. John’s, 1979, cassette tape (no label or number)
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano; Owen Kelly: bass;
Vic Hayes: drums; Millar Hodgart; 12 string guitar
Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement.

REG WATKINS: Norma & Gladys (Reg Watkins)
A Little Oreg-inality’, circa 1978, BLACK GOLD BGC-01

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Draggerman (L. Sturge/N. Squires)
Draggerman / Scott Rowsell and Aquarius, 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

Harbour Symphony (Joe Carter)
Sound Symposium 1984, cassette tape
Edited & compiled by Don Wherry. Rec: Jim Rillie,
www.soundsymposium.com

REG WATKINS: Cape St. Mary’s (Otto Kelland)
‘Newfoundland Mummers’, circa 1975, Snocan SCN 508

HARRY MARTIN: The Harbour Is Empty (Harry Martin)
Harry Martin, circa 1981, QUAY CS-8055.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin,
Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.

HARRY HIBBS: Rocking the Rodney (unidentified on record)
A Fifth of Harry Hibbs, circa 1971, ARC AS-826
A PROPER KENT PRODUCTION
www.harryhibbs.com
 

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AUG 16: COUNTRY COVERS (Part 2)
(Program 61)

GEORGE GRANDY: For the Good Times (K. Kristofferson)
Gotta Get Back To Newfie, 1973, Audat 477-9041
Instrumental backup by the Country Ducats
Prod: Al Feeney. Recorded at MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

JOHN LANE: In the Garden (C. Austin Miles)
Gentle Mother, 1973, Marathon MMS 76021

 SHIRLEY BUTT: Beautiful Mansion (Chas Ridgewell / Will Godwin)
Newfoundland Country, 1974, Buckshot BT 9007

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Hello Darlin (Conway Twitty)
Draggerman / Scott Rowsell and Aquarius, 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

 BONNIE LOU NOLAN: Delta Dawn (Larry Collins, Alex Harvey)
Your Little Deeds of Kindness, 1974, RCA Camden KCL1-0061 

ED ROWSELL: Cold Cold Heart (Hank Williams)
Close Up, 1974, Audat 477-9060.
Personnel: Ed Rowsell, Lew Skinner, Fred Lawrence, Cathy Lawrence, Roger Skinner, Don Randall, Olli Smith.
Eng; Ron Duclos; Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL
www.eddieeastman.com

J. TERRY HYNES: Watermelon Wine (Tom T. Hall)
Goodtime, 1974, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes

RAY BRODERICK: Wanted Man (Bob Dylan)
The True Newfoundlander, 1974, Buckshot BT-9012

 REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS: Big River (Johnny Cash)
Maritime Girl, Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey

 STEVE PARDY & THE COUNTRY TELSTARS:
Love’s Gonna Live Here (Buck Owens)
Ol’ Newfie Outhouse, circa 1974, Audat 477-9063
Personnel: Steve Pardy, Lloyd Tremblett, Randy Pardy, Orville Harris, Don Cuff.

 GEORGE ROWSELL: Lord You Gave Me A Mountain (Marty Robbins)
Thunder Country, 1975, Periwinkle Records, PER-7326
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy, Paul Clinch, Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.
Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright.
Recorded at Sound Canada

 DICK NOLAN: Alone & Forsaken (Hank Williams)
A Country Song, 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001
www.dicknolan.com

 GERRY REEVES: Buckaroo (Buck Owens?)
Golden Guitar Favorites, Paragon ALS 314

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AUG 9: COUNTRY COVERS (Part 1)
(Program 60)

THE YORK COUNTY BOYS: Gotta Travel On (Paul Clayton)
Blue Grass Jamboree, Arc 502, circa 1958

THE DIPSYDOODLERS:
You’re The Only Good Thing That’s Happened To Me (Jack Toombs, Chuck Gregory)

The Dipsydoodlers, 1959, Rodeo International RLP 87
Cy Brown, Joe English, Brian Johnston, Danny Behannon, Don Randell, Doug Maher

DICK NOLAN: So Doggone Lonesome (Johnny Cash)
Home of the Blues: Olympic DM-203, Scarborough, ON, circa 1962
www.dicknolan.com

ROY PENNEY: Rose of San Antone (Bob Wills)
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

BURT CUFF: Ways Of A Woman In Love (B. Justis , C. Rich)
From Newfoundland To Memphis, 1966, ARC  A 707

JOAN MORRISSEY: Walk On By (Kendall Hayes and Gary Walker)
All Time Country Favourites, 1967, Maritime Records 10000
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead.
www.joanmorrissey.com

THE COUNTRY DUCATS: You Win Again (Hank Williams)
“You Can’t Take the Country From the Man”, CD, 2008, Condor HCD 4522
originally released on vinyl LP, circa 1970, Paragon ALS 242.
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell;
Personnel: Lew Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason

ROY PAYNE: The Fugitive (Liz Anderson and Casey Anderson)
Goofy Newfie, circa 1971, Paragon ALS 247
Roy Payne: vocals ; Wally Brown: vocal harmony and rhythm guitar ;
Joe Morgan: bass; Sam McGee: bass ; Earl Jones: lead guitar ; Don Jerrett: drums

THE SOU’WESTERS (with RAY JOHNSON):
The Snakes Crawl At Night (Fred Burch; Mel Tillis)
Sing Me Back Home, circa 1973, AFTON, AF 90144

WARD 6: Oh Lonesome Me (Don Gibson)
Ward 6, 1971, Cynda CNS 1007
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman
Producer: Dave Todd

DEREK PILGRIM:
I’m So Afraid of Losing You Again (Dallas Frazier/A.L. Owens)
Lonesome For My Home, 1972, Marathon ALS 359

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
All I Have To Offer You Is Me
(Dallas Frazier/A.L. Owens)
Visit To Newfoundland, 1972, Marathon ALS 350
Personnel: Ray McLean, Winston Saunders, Bill Chipman, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Whelan.
Prod: Doug Taylor, Sebastian and Mickey Andrews.

BEN WEATHERBY: Room Full Of Roses (Tim Spencer)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander, 1973, Marathon ALS 367

GERRY REEVES: Buckaroo (Buck Owens?)
Golden Guitar Favorites, Paragon ALS 314
 

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AUGUST 2 - THAT WINDING COUNTRY LANE
(Program 59. This is a re-run of Program 15)

LEONARD MEEHAN: Where the Waters of the Back River Flow (O. Kelland)
Songs of the Anchor Watch, 1962, Citadel CTL 111
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

ALAN MILLS: As I Roved Out (Trad.)
Folk Songs of Newfoundland, 1953, Folkways Records, FP 831

FIGGY DUFF: Tarry Trousers (Trad., arr. Figgy Duff)
A Retrospective 1974-1993, 1995, no label,  SG2 7205
Pamela Morgan, Dave Panting, Art Stoyles, Noel Dinn, Philip Dinn
www.ambermusic.ca

RED ISLAND: Barque In the Harbour (Traditional)
In Pursuit of the Wild Balogna, 1978, Quay CS-7803
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best

TNT: Souvenirs (Denis Parker)
TNT, 1977, Quay CS-7801
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White

A. FRANK WILLIS: Love Left Town  (Jerry Forney)
Welcome Aboard, 1979, Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937
www.afrankwillis.com

DICK NOLAN: We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds (Melba Montgomery)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 6, 2008, Country, Unidisc AGEK-2575
www.dicknolan.com

EDDIE EASTMAN: Lonely Eyes (Bob McDill)
Eddie Eastman, 1980, Columbia PCC-90598
www.eddieeastman.com

WARD 6: Reason To Believe (Tim Hardin)
Ward 6, 1971, Cynda CNS 1007
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman

BOB LAMBERT: I Dream of You ( B. Lambert)
Knobby’s Lament, Puck Records, 1978, SAR2027

JOAN MORRISSEY: Make the World Go Away (Hank Cochran)
Headin’ Eastbound, 1973, Marathon ALS 389
www.joanmorrissey.com

RAY BRODERICK: Man in Black (Johnny Cash)
The True Newfoundlander, Buckshot BT-9012

GERRY REEVES: Buckaroo (Buck Owens?)
Golden Guitar Favorites, Paragon ALS 314

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JULY 26: "FOLLOW THAT DREAM"

The Loretta (Cormier) Johnson Story (Part 2)
(Program 58 )

THE CORMIERS: MacDale's Reel (D. Devoe/G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose, TCCD-1001 Produced by Rick Hollet & The Cormiers
The Cormiers: Mallory Johnson, Loretta Cormier Johnson, Gordon Cormier
Musicians: Sandy Morris, Rod Chipman, Graham Wells, Colin Carrigan, Billy Suttoo, Gordon Cormier.
www.thecormiers.ca

 REG WATKINS & LORI KRISTIN: Oklahoma Memory (Charlie Beth/Max Reinhart)
23 Songs About Our Country, No label or date.
originally released as 45 rpm single, Comstock Records COM 1734-B.
Produced by Patty Parker, Sound Emporium, Nashville

LORI KRISTIN: Here Come the Lines (Donette Woolston)
45 rpm single, 1984, Comstock Records COM 1734-A.
Produced by Patty Parker, Sound Emporium, Nashville

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: On the Road Again (Willie Nelson)
Reg & Loretta Perform Your Requests,1986, cassette tape Lone Raven LR4-720

LORETTA CORMIER: Bayou Song (Kris Messal)

This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715.
Eng: David Ferri.
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney, Mickey Andrews,
Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle.

CORMIER COUNTRY: Headin’ Home (Gordon & Loretta Cormier)
Headin’ Home, 1988, no label, P-1001
Personnel: Gary Koliger, Rick Erickson, Kenny Chalmers, Calvin Vollrath, Adrian Chornowal.
Prod & Eng: Garry McDonall.
Rec: Edmonton, Alberta

 MALLORY JOHNSON & The Cormiers: Moving Away (M. Johnson/L. Johnson/G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose, 2002, TCCD-1001
Produced by Rick Hollet & The Cormiers.
The Cormiers: Mallory Johnson, Loretta Cormier Johnson, Gordon Cormier
Musicians: Sandy Morris, Rod Chipman, Graham Wells, Colin Carrigan, Billy Suttoo, Gordon Cormier
.

THE CORMIERS: MacDale's Reel (D. Devoe/G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose, TCCD-1001 Produced by Rick Hollet & The Cormiers

 

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JULY 19: "FOLLOW THAT DREAM"
The Loretta (Cormier) Johnson Story (Part 1)
(Program 57)

THE CORMIERS: MacDale's Reel (D. Devoe/G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose, TCCD-1001 Produced by Rick Hollet & The Cormiers
The Cormiers: Mallory Johnson, Loretta Cormier Johnson, Gordon Cormier
Musicians: Sandy Morris, Rod Chipman, Graham Wells, Colin Carrigan, Billy Suttoo, Gordon Cormier.
www.thecormiers.ca

 THE CORMIERS: Saturday Night Ceilidh (Gordon Cormier)
The Cormiers, tccd4001, 2005
The Cormiers: Gordon Cormier, Mallory Johnson, Loretta (Cormier) Johnson, Randall Cormier
Prod: Chad Irschick. Mast: Chad Irschick & Michael Haas. Rec: Inception Sound, To.

 REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: This One’s For You (R. Watkins)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney, Mickey Andrews,
Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.
 

LORETTA CORMIER: Down On My Knees (Bill Anderson)
Solid Gold Mountain, 1982, Lone Raven LR 711
Personnel: Paul Fortier, Barry Keane, Pepe Francis, Bob Lucien, Art De Villier,
John Arpin, Sam Hersenhoren, Isidor Desser, Sonia Klimasko
Prod: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: David Balan. 

REG WATKINS: St. Augustine (R. Watkins)
A little Oreg-inality, 1978, BLACK GOLD BGC-01
Fort Nelson, B.C. Produced by Reg Watkins.

LORETTA CORMIER: Tears Fell On the Fiddle (R. Watkins/Loretta Cormier)
Solid Gold Mountain, 1982, Lone Raven LR 711

LORETTA CORMIER: Love At Eleven Years Old (composer unidentified on record)
Solid Gold Mountain, 1982, Lone Raven LR 711

THE CORMIERS: MacDale's Reel (D. Devoe/G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose, TCCD-1001 Produced by Rick Hollet & The Cormiers
 

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JULY 12: FLOWERS
(Program 56)

SHIRLEY BUTT: Daisy A Day (Jud Strunk)
Newfoundland Country, 1973, Buckshot BT 9007

EDDIE COFFEY and his COFFEY MATE:
Sweet Forget-Me-Not (Bobby Newcomb)
The Girls From Newfoundland, 1977, Heritage Music, COUNTRY CS-6011
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer, Al Pierey, Caroline VonBelleghem.
Prod: Doug McClement. Recorded at Comfort Sound.
www.eddiecoffey.ca

DICK GARDINER: Labrador Rose (Dick Gardiner)
Headin’ Back To Newfie, 1980, Quay CS 8004.
Personnel: Ted MacNeil, Skip Abbot, Jamie Snider, Rick Walsh, Kevin Beanland,
Neil Bishop, Dick Gardiner, Betty Jean Hynes, Claude Caines,
Prod & Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines, Recorded at Stephenville

SONS OF ERIN: Flower of Scotland (Brown & Williamson)
The Town I Love So Well, 1975, Erinsons Records ERN1100S.
Personnel: Chris Hennessy, Ralph O'Brien, Robert O'Donovan.
Musicians: Grant Kennedy, Len MacDonald, Len Brennan.
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Grant Kennedy.  Arr: O'Brien, Hennessy, O'Donovan

 RAY JOHNSON & THE SOU’WESTERS: Flowers of Kilkeney (Trad.)
The Newfoundland I Love, 1973, Audat 47-9031
Ray Johnson, Jerry Metz, Wayne Davey, Ron Rogers, Albert Parsons.
Eng. Al Feeney.  Reocorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax

DICK NOLAN: When It’s Apple Blossom Time In Annapolis Valley (Alberta Slim)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2: Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2572
Originally released on vinyl LP: Atlantic Lullaby, circa 1962-3, Arc A-627, Toronto

www.dicknolan.com

THE DIPSYDOODLERS:
I Overlooked An Orchid (Carl Story/Shirly Lynn/Carl Smith)
The Dipsydoodlers, 1959, Rodeo International RLP 87
Cy Brown, Joe English, Brian Johnston, Danny Behannon, Don Randell, Doug Maher

LORETTA CORMIER & REG WATKINS: Rose and the Rain (Reg Watkins)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney, Mickey Andrews,
Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.
www.thecormiers.ca

GEORGE GRANDY: Wine and Roses (M. Haggard)
Gotta Get Back To Newfie, 1973, Audat 477-9041
Back-up: The Country Ducats
George’s Band: Todd Grandy, Reuben Hiscock, Jim Squires
Prod: Al Feeney. Recorded at MUN Radio, St. John's, NL


EMILE BENOIT: Vive La Rose (Trad.)
Vive La Rose, 1992 ACD 9014 Amber Music.
Produced by Noel Dinn, Gary Furniss and Pamela Morgan.
All arrangements by Pamela Morgan and Noel Dinn.
Recorded at CBC Studio F in St. John's and at Hypnotic Studios, Toronto.

www.ambermusic.ca

 JOHN LANE: Lily of the Valley (William Charles Fry)
Gentle Mother, 1973, Marathon MMS 76021

BOBBY EVANS: Eighteen Yellow Roses (Bobby Darin)

Hotel Gander, 1983, BelAir Records 1983

ROY PENNEY: Rose of San Antone (Bob Wills)
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

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JULY 5: NO SHOW


JUNE 28: GOT THE PIPES
(Program 55)

JOHN WHITE with Wilf Doyle and His Orchestra: My Sweetheart
Irish Folk Songs, 1959, Rodeo RLP-85

RYAN’S FANCY: The Rose of Mooncoin (Watt Murphy)
Dark Island, circa 1972, Audat 477-9001
www.ryansfancy.com  

IRISH COFFEE: Fields of Athenry (Peter Henry Moore)
Banks of the Roses, circa 1990, WORLD WRC1-6058, circa 1990.
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co. Eng: Thomas Ronan.
Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick, Glaton Hunt, Kevin Lynch, Rendell Hunt, Larry Martin, Thomas Rowan.

PADDY GEARIN: My Home in St. John’s (Wm. Gearin)
My Home In St. John’s, 1979, cassette tape (no label or number)
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano ; Owen Kelly: bass ; Vic Hayes: drums ; Millar Hodgart: 12 string guitar
Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: This Is My Home (Harry Martin)
Different Paths, 1984, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058.
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague.
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop.
Engineered by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf.
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

EDDIE EASTMAN: Easy (Terry Skinner)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee
www.eddieeastman.com

LORETTA CORMIER: Can I Love You For A Minute (Shelby Jene)
Solid Gold Mountain (with Reg Watkins), 1982, Lone Raven LR 711
www.thecormiers.ca

DICK NOLAN: Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson)
A Country Song, 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann
www.dicknolan.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Make the World Go Away (Hank Cochrane)
Headin’ Eastbound, 1973, Marathon ALS 389
www.joanmorrissey.com

REG WATKINS & others: What A Friend We Have In Jesus (Charles Converse)
The Newfoundland Mummers, 1976, snocan  SCN-508.
Produced by Ron Sparling & Reg Watkins. Recorded at Snocan Studios, Ottawa

THE DIPSYDOODLERS:
I Overlooked An Orchid (Carl Story/Shirly Lynn/Carl Smith)
The Dipsydoodlers, 1959, Rodeo International RLP 87
Cy Brown, Joe English, Brian Johnston, Danny Behannon, Don Randell, Doug Maher

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JUNE 21: SUMMER IN OUR SONG
(Program 54)

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Roving All Over the Land (T. C. Connors)
Stompin’ Tom, A Proud Canadian, Capitol S2-80007, circa 1990 
www.stompintom.com

THE RISING SONS: Walking In the Sunshine (Roger Miller)
The Rising Sons, 1972, Audat 477-9012.
Personnel: Pete Bursey, Jim Rooney, Russ Marshall
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney

THE SANDERLINGS: Loving You Is Just Like Walking In Sunshine (Neil Merrit)
The Sanderlings, 1971, Summus SUS 50000
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle. 
Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Sunshine & Flowers (Eric Andersen)
Sit Down Mr. Music Man, circa 1971, Cynda CNS 1005

LEW MURPHY: Hills of Glenshee (Andrew Sharpe)
Ballads of Land & Sea, 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abbott on organ

ALAN MILLS: Concerning One Summer In Bonay I Spent (author unknown)
We’ll Rant & We’ll Roar, 1958, Folkways Records FW 8771

THE FORTUNE BAY SONS: Mayflowers (The Fortune Bay Sons)
The Fortune Bay Sons, 1981, QUAY CS-8057.
Personnel: James Vallis, Cyril Brown, Gerald Stoodley, Winston Keeping, Neil Bishop, Mel Aucoin, Tommy Doyle.
Prod: Fortune Bay Sons; Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville

SIMANI: The Loveliest Day In June (Bud Davidge)
Favourites, Independent  02 08706, 2008
Originally released on the album ‘Somethings I Cherish’, 1991, SDCD 5159 SWC Productions

EDDIE COFFEY & HIS COFFEY MATE: The Gallant Forty Twa
Live At the Newfoundlander, 1978, Country Records, CS-6020.
Personnel: Eddie Coffey, Dusty Bulmer.
Recorded live at The Newfoundlander by Doug McClement, Comfort Sound
www.eddiecoffey.ca

ED McCURDY: When the Caplin Come In (Trad.)
Homeward Bound, date?, Canadian Cavalcade CCC 55-4608 (cassette tape)

DICK NOLAN: Come Where We’re At (Dick Nolan)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 2, 2008, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2572
Originally released on vinyl LP, I’se the B’y What Catches Da Fish, 1966, Arc AS 694 
www.dicknolan.com

DICK NOLAN: Me and Brother Bill (Dick Nolan/Ellis Coles)
The Best of Dick Nolan (CD), 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
Originally released on vinyl LP, Happy Newfoundlanders, RCA Camden KCC1-0012, Toronto, 1973
www.dicknolan.com

THE SONS OF ERIN: Nora (Sean O'Casey)
The Town I Love So Well, 1975, Erinsons Records ERN1100S.
Personnel: Chris Hennessy, Ralph O'Brien, Robert O'Donovan.
Musicians: Grant Kennedy, Len MacDonald, Len Brennan.
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Grant Kennedy.  Arr: O'Brien, Hennessy, O'Donovan

RED ISLAND: Sweet July (Jamie Snider)
In Pursuit of the Wild Bologna, 1978, Quay CS-7803
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best
Prod: Red Island & Neil Bishop. Eng: Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions.

GORDON QUINTON: Sunward (Gordon Quinton)
Seawinds, 1988, Woodnight Records WNMR-001.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar.
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton
 

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JUNE 14: BIRDS
(Program 53)

GORDON PINSENT: : She’s Like the Swallow (M. Stanbury)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027 

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: The Cuckoo (arr. D. F. Cook)
Winter’s Gone and Past and other songs of Newfoundland, 1979, World Records WR-18
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of MUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
http://www.mun.ca/music/ensembles/chchoir 

PAT & JOE BYRNE: The Seagulls Still Follow On Freedom (P. Byrne)
Towards the Sunset, 1983, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318
Pat Byrne, Joe Byrne, Baxter Wareham

GERALD MITCHELL: The Hunt (Byron Chaulk)
The Hunt and Other Songs of Labrador, 1970, Marathon MS 2101

THE FLUMMIES: Wings of An Eagle (Hiram White)
Songs of Labrador, 1988, WRC1-5985 (cassette tape)
Gary O’Driscoll, Harris Learning, Greg O’Blenis, Richard Dyson, Alton Best, George Shiwak
Recorded, Produced & Engineered by Gary O’Driscoll at Homespun Studios, Goose Bay, Lab.
www3.nf.sympatico.ca/baikie/theflummies

 DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Eagle Ridin’ Papas (Broonzy)
Eagle Ridin’ Papas, 1988, PHPC-8801,
Produced by Denis Parker Roger Howse & Don Walsh, Recorded at Daydeen Studio
www.rogerhowse.com; www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

DICK NOLAN: Rooster From Kitchusis (Tom Cahill)
My East Coast, Condor HCD-4423, circa 1994
originally released on vinyl LP “Welcome Aboard”, Boot BTM 2008, 1984
Musicians: Albert MacDonald – Larry Dee – Paul Clinch – Keith Fitzgerald –
Barry Feener – Rocky Doucette – Bob Munro – Ray Chaisson
Producer: Albert Macdonald, Engineer: Fred Peterson
Recorded at: Kinck Sound, Toronto, ON
www.dicknolan.com

ROY PAYNE: Thank God I’m A Chicken (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
Produced by Jack Feeney.  Engineer: Hayward Parrott

 THE WURZELS:
The Blackbird (New lyric & music adapt. – P.Budd, T. Banner, T. Baylis)

The Combine Harvester, 1976, Attic 1018.
Personnel: Tommy Banner, Tony Baylis, Pete Budd. 
Eng: Tony Clarke, Alan Rowse. Mast: Harry Moss
www.thewurzels.com

JEAN PARDY: Robin Red Breast (unidentified on record)
Pardy Time, circa 1975, Condor 977-1460

 
RAY WALSH: Jenny’s Blue Hen (unidentified on record)
Favorite Reels & Jigs of Newfoundland, 1966, ARC 691
Personnel: Bill Allen: guitar;  Reg Foley: bass

 

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JUNE 7: BOATS - NEWFOUNDLAND'S WONDERS
(Program 52)

BUDDY WASISNAME and the OTHER FELLERS:
Makin’ For the Harbour (Kevin Blackmore)

Makin’ For the Harbour, 1986, World Records WRC1-4525.
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore & Wayne Chaulk.
Produced by Buddy Wasisname & The Other Fellers.
Eng. & mixed by Paul Fogwell & Nick Fleming.
Recorded at J.S.R. Studio & Reflections Lounge, Gander
www.buddywasisname.com

ART SCAMMEL: That Joe Batt’s Arm Bully (A. R. Scammel)
My Newfoundland, 1973, Audat 477 9043
Vocals: A. R. Scammell, Guitar: Gary Davis

ED McCURDY: Good Ship Jubilee (Trad.)
Songs of the Sea, circa 1953, Cambridge VP 11

RAY JOHNSON: Fishing In A Dory (Paul Emberly)
Newfie 30, 1977, Pelley AJP 501.
Prod: Jack Pelley & Frank Lowe.
originally released 1973 on LP “The Newfoundland I Love”, Audat 47-9031 by Ray Johnson & the Sou’Westers.
www.buddywasisname.com

DICK NOLAN: The Old Polina (Trad.)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 2, 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2572
Originally released on vinyl LP, ’I’se the B’y What Catches Da Fish’, 1966, Arc AS 694 
www.dicknolan.com

PADDY GEARIN: Take Me Home William Carson (Wm. Gearin)
My Home In St. John’s, 1979, cassette tape (no label or number)
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano; Owen Kelly: bass;
Vic Hayes: drums; Millar Hodgart; 12 string guitar
Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement.

REG WATKINS: Norma & Gladys (Reg Watkins)
A Little Oreg-inality’, circa 1978, BLACK GOLD BGC-01

SCOTT ROWSELL and AQUARIUS: Draggerman (L. Sturge/N. Squires)
Draggerman / Scott Rowsell and Aquarius, 1974, Audat 477-9062
Dave Hillier, Wayne Sturge, Mac Burry and Scott Rowsell

Harbour Symphony (Joe Carter)
Sound Symposium 1984, cassette tape
Edited & compiled by Don Wherry. Rec: Jim Rillie,
www.soundsymposium.com

REG WATKINS: Cape St. Mary’s (Otto Kelland)
‘Newfoundland Mummers’, circa 1975, Snocan SCN 508

HARRY MARTIN: The Harbour Is Empty (Harry Martin)
Harry Martin, circa 1981, QUAY CS-8055.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin,
Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.

HARRY HIBBS: Rocking the Rodney (unidentified on record)
A Fifth of Harry Hibbs, circa 1971, ARC AS-826
A PROPER KENT PRODUCTION
www.harryhibbs.com

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   MAY 24: GOT THE WORMS
This program also aired on May 31
(Program 51)

 LEONARD MEEHAN: Where the Waters of the Back River Flow (O. Kelland)
Songs of the Anchor Watch, 1962, Citadel CTL 111
Leonard Meehan: tenor; organist: Eric O. Abbott; guitar: Russell Clarke

REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS: Boil up Time (Reg Brown)

Boil Up Time, 1989, cassette tape RB4C-1000.
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne,
Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook.

 DICK NOLAN/ROY PAYNE: Old Fishin’ Hole (Roy A. Payne)
Side by Each, 1993, Condor HCD 4437, 1993
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Side By Each’, Starpak
SK 132, 1980
www.dicknolan.com

 REGIONAL PRETTY: Oh Island Home (Regional Pretty)
Songs of Confederation Celebration, 1974, Audat Custom/World Records C-123
Recorded at M.U.N. Studios , St. John's, NL. 
Produced and distributed for the Folk Arts Council, St. John's.

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Song of Newfoundland (A. M. Murray)
Where the Lighthouse Guards the Strand, 1971, MUCH RECORDS CHB 7001
www.annemarietheresa.com

ICEBERG ALLEY: Wildlife (Denis Parker)
45 rpm single, 1979, no label, WRC3-940
Brian Downey, Denis Parker, Mack Furlong, Paul Steffler

PANAMA LIMITED JUG BAND: Sundown (Trad. Arr. Panama Ltd. Jug Band)
Panama Limited Jug Band, 1969, Harvest SKAO-387
Denis Parker, Gary Compton, Liz Hanns, Ron Needs, Brian Strachan

PETER NARVAEZ: Green Rocky Road (S. Tyson adapted by A. Budgell)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby,  1984, Terraplane SW 100
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Nelson Giles, Rocky Wiseman, Steve Annan,
Jamie Snider, John Nugent, Greg Clark, Terry Reilly.
Prod & Rec: Steve Annan, Mix: Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, Peter Narvaez.
www.rowdyblues.com/peternarvaez.htm

 MY FATHER’S OLD SOU’WESTER: MUN Chamber Choir (Bill Hollett)
Winter’s Gone and Past and other songs of Newfoundland, 1979, World Records WR-18
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of NUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
http://www.mun.ca/music/ensembles/chchoir

THE MCNULTY FAMILY: Let Mr. MaGuire Sit Down (Trad.)
A Night In Ireland With the McNulty Family (Vol. 1), date ?,  Copley DWL 9-610

 GEOFF BUTLER & HAROLD (HANK) WILLIAMS: Gravel Walk (Trad.)
Buttons & Bows, Newfoundland Style, 1986
ROARING JELLY RECORDS - RJR, WRC1-4617. 
Recorded at home by H. Williams & G. Butler. 
Mixed: Wallace Hammond & G. Butler.

THE RISING SONS: Sing With Me (Rooney, Marshall, Bursey)
The Rising Sons, 1972, Audat 477-9012.
Personnel: Pete Bursey, Jim Rooney, Russ Marshall
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney

 THE KEATNIKS: Here She Comes (Godfrey Keeley)
The Keatniks, Melbourne, 1965, AML: 4011
William Keating, Pierre LaJeuness, Maurice Caines, Basil Haire

 GORDON QUINTON: Sunward (Gordon Quinton)
Seawinds, 1988, Woodnight Records WNMR-001. 
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar. 
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's. 
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton.

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MAY 17: BEAUTIFUL, STRONG & RESISTANT TO CORROSION
(Program 50)

LEW MURPHY: Did What I Could (Oscar Brand)
Newfoundland Singer, Produced by M-Corp, Series 1 (cassette tape), date unndentified
Accompanied by Ralph Walker Band

ED McCURDY: Squarin’ Up Time (Art Scammel)
Songs of the Sea, circa 1953, Cambridge VP 11

JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL: Twin Lakes (Trad.)
Jim Payne & Kelly Russell, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7314.
Personnel: Jim Payne, Kelly Russell, Eric West, Janis Spence.
 Arr. Jim Payne & Kelly Russell. Prod: Kelly Russell & Jim Payne. 
Rec: Pigeon Inlet Productions, St. John's.
www.pigeoninlet.com
www.singsonginc.ca

JAMIE SNIDER: UIC (J. Snider)
Fast Folk Musical Magazine, Vol. 4, No. 8: Toronto, 1989

DICK NOLAN: I Couldn’t Keep From Cryin’ (Marty Robbins)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1: I Walk the Line - Truck Driving Man, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, ‘I Walk the Line’, 1962, Arc A-543
www.dicknolan.com  

JEAN PARDY: Remember You’re Mine (Bernie Lowe - Kal Mann)
Pardy Time, circa 1975, Condor 977-1460

CHARLIE CROCKER: Keep Me From Blowin' Away (Paul Craft)
Charlie Crocker, 1976, BOOT BTM 2002.
Rec: Eastern Sound, Toronto. Eng: Peter Mann

RYAN’S FANCY: Cape Breton Dream (Denis Ryan - Bill Gough)
Sea People, 1980. Boot BOS 7212. 
Eng: All Feeney, Grant Kennedy, & Pat Martin. Prod: Ryan's Fancy.  
First recorded Nov. '76 at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, NS. 
Recorded, re-mixed & mastered 1980
www.ryansfancy.com
 
DAVE NICOL: Salvation (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm single, circa 1975, Nebula Records C-0001, Side A 
Produced & Arranged by D. Nicol. Published by Nebula Music

BOB LAMBERT: I Dream of You ( B. Lambert)
Knobby’s Lament, Puck Records, 1978, SAR2027

ROBBIE McDOUGALL: Theme From the Rowdyman (B. McPeek)
45 rpm single, 1972, Nimbus 9, NNS-9019 Side A. 
Arranged & Produced by Ben McPeek.

ROGER HOWSE: The Drifter (Roger Howse)
Saturday Night Blues: The Great Canadian Blues Project - Vol 1., 1981

GORDON QUINTON: In Jig Time (Gordon Quinton)
Seawinds, 1988, Woodnight Records WNMR-001. 
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar. 
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's. 
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton.

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MAY 3: WINTER'S GONE AND PAST
This program also aired on May 10
(Program 49)

TEAR/LEDGER: She’s Like the Swallow (arr. By Vaughan Williams)
She’s Like the Swallow, circa 1978, Angel S50003.
Robert Tear: tenor, Philip Leger: piano
Prod: Christopher Bishop, Eng: Michael Sheady. Stereophonic/Quadrophonic.

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: Winter’s Gone and Past (arr. D. F. Cook)
Winter’s Gone and Past and other songs of Newfoundland, 1979, World Records WR-18
Edmund Dawe: piano ; Donald Boland: bass
Conductor: D. F. Cook. Prod. by Department of Music.
Rec. by the Educational TV Centre of NUN, St. John's, NL.
Musical Director: D. F. Cook, Mix: Duane Starcher,
Eng: William Harris/George Graves.
www.mun.ca/music/ensembles/chchoir

RYAN’S FANCY:
The Curragh of Kildare (Trad. Arr. D. Ryan, D. O'Reilly, F. O'Byrne)
Irish Love Songs, 1982, Boot BOS 7232.
Produced by Ryan's Fancy.  Engineer: Pat Martin. 
Recorded at Scorpio Audio, Halifax, N.S.
www.ryansfancy.com

MICK JAGGER: Wild Colonial Boy (Trad.)
Ned Kelly (Original Soundtrack), 1970
www.mickjagger.com

PANAMA LIMITED: Set Me Free (D. Parker)
Indian Summer, 1970
Personnel: Dennis Parker, Brian Strachan, Dave Griffits, Anne Matthews, Gary Compton.
Recorded at EMI Studios, Abbey Road. Engineers: Jeff Jarrett & Mike Sheady.  Produced by Jonathan Peel

THE REACTION: In Tune With the Times (The Reaction)
Old & New - 1978-2005, Beatfest Records
Personnel: Mike Fisherm, Rick Harbin, Terry Carter, Dan Ralph, Bill Skulsky, Len Madden, Skeets. 
Prod: The Reaction. Eng: Vaughn Whelan, Jack Windsor, Tom Atom. 
Recorded & Mixed at Echo Music, St. John's. Mastered by Nick Blagona

SCOTT GOUDIE: Growing (Scott Goudie)
Renata, 1982, Quay CS-8077
www.rowdyblues.com

 BOREALIS: In the End (Paul Bradbury)
Sons of the Sea, 1973, Audat 477-9025
Wayne Sturge, Dave Hillier, Paul Bradbury, & Mark Bradbury

THE DU-CATS: Heart of Stone (Jagger/Richards)
The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore

THE KEATNIKS: Laudie Miss Claudie (Lloyd Price)
The Keatnicks, Melbourne, 1965, AMLP 4011
William Keating, Pierre LaJeuness, Maurice Caines, Basil Haire

COREY & TRINA: Rock Around the Clock (M.C. Freedman & J. DeKnight)
Corey & Trina III, 1980, QUAY CS-8020.
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Kelly Russell, Jerry Formanger, Ted MacNeil, Corey Crewe, Betty Jean Hynes & Tommy Doyle.
Eng & Prod: Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL

 THE KRYSTALS: Over & Over (Ron Dante/Jeff Barry)
The Krystals, circa 1970/1, Fourmost Records MS-8943
Lloyd Thornhill, Roland Gaudet, Stan Erbrink, Ray March

DICK NOLAN: Truck Drivin’ Son Of A Gun (Dixie Dean & Robert A. King)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 3, 2009, Unidisc AGEK-2573
www.dicknolan.com

THE RAVENS: Roberta (John Vincent, Huey Smith)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007
Three Blind Mice Music
www.nlrocknrollarchive.com

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A
PRIL 26: SURFING THE VINYL DEEPS
(Program 48))

BURT CUFF: Hang On Baby (composer unidentified on record)
From Newfoundland To Memphis, 1966, ARC  A 707 

JERRY ELI: The Other Side Of Town (W. Boss)
45 rpm single, Matador JA-4015 (Side 1). Circa 1976, Produced in Nashville by Jerry Gillespie 

BOBBY EVANS: Eighteen Yellow Roses (Bobby Darin)
Hotel Gander, 1983, BelAir Records 1983

J. TERRY HYNES: Calling of the Sea (J. Terry Hynes)
Goodtime, 1974, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes
 

PHIL BOND: The Road Is Far (Lee Conway)
45 rpm single, 1976, Boot Records BT.153.
Prod: Chuck Goudie.  Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk


THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Tennessee Flat-Top Box
(Johnny Cash)
On Stage At the Drake, circa 1962-3, Arc A-579
Personnel: Dick Nolan, Roy Penny, Bunty Petrie, Johnny Bourque.
Host: Moose LaTreck
www.dicknolan.com

GEORGE ROWSELL: Lord You Gave Me A Mountain (Marty Robbins)
Thunder Country, 1975, Periwinkle Records PER -7326.
Personnel: Don Paveling, Gary Gies, Mickey Andrews, Billy Roy, Paul Clinch, Art Snider Lillian Nickoloff.
Prod. & Arr. by Art Snider. Eng.: Brian Mitchell/Bob Stright. 
Recorded at Sound Canada

EDDI KENNY: In the Middle of Change (Adeline Benz/Artie Maclaren)
45 rpm single, 1987, AML Records AML0001X (Side 2).
Prod: Artie Maclaren. Eng: Alan Rempel.  Recorded at Bullfrog Studios, Vancouver

LORETTA CORMIER: Bayou Song (Kris Messal)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney,
Mickey Andrews, Wndell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.
www.thecormiers.ca

MARY LOU COLLINS:
I've Got An Awful Lot Of Losing You To Do (Caryl Young-Lorcrane)
45 rpm single, 1969,  KAPP K-2030. Side A.
 Produced by Norman Gregg H. Ratner.  Arranged by Jimmy Dale


DAVID MICHAEL: Back In Your Arms (Richard Jon Smith)
45 rpm single, Boot Records, 1978,  BTX.218 (Side A) Produced by John Capek

REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD & FRIENDS:
Here’s To the Fishermen (Reg Brown)

Boil Up Time, 1989, cassette tape RB4C-1000.
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne,
Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Driftwood Studio, Corner Brook.

IRISH COFFEE: Fisherman’s Song (D'Arcy Broderick)
Banks of the Roses, 1990, WORLD WRC1-6058
Recorded and mixed at Echo Recording Co.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Irish Coffee & Thomas Ronan.
Personnel: D'Arcy Broderick, Glaton Hunt, Kevin Lynch, Rendell Hunt, Larry Martin, Thomas Rowan

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APR 19: WHERE MEN & DEATH ROLL DICE
Songs of the Sealers
(Program 47)

LEONARD MEEHAN: We Will Always Have Our Sealers (Otto Kelland)
Songs of the Anchor Watch, 1961, Citadel CTL 111
Leonard Meehan: tenor ; organist: Eric O. Abbott ; guitar: Russell Clarke

PATRICK MORAN: Ferryland Sealer (Trad.)
Our Songs - Volume 3, 2006, Avondale Music 02 07 156
Personnel: Bob Pike, Mark Hiscock, Patrick Moran.
Exec. Prod. Lyle Drake, Prod: Patrick Moran.,
Rec. & Eng.: Mark Neary, Mixed: Mark Neary & Patrick Moran.

www.avondalemusic.com  

DICK NOLAN: Harbour Grace (Trad.)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 4, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2574
originally released on vinyl LP, Lukey’s Boat, circa 1968, Arc As-810
www.dicknolan.com

JOHN WHITE: The Sealers Song (Trad.)
Come All  Ye Home To Newfoundland, 1966, RCA MG-4247
Ray Walsh: piano accordion; Bill Allan: guitar; Reg Foley: bass & piano. 

OMAR BLONDAHL: Lawrence Whelan Falls In the Brine (Omar Blondahl)
The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland, circa 1959, Rodeo Records RLP. 80 

OMAR BLONDAHL: Mother Carey (adaptation of a poem by John Masefield)
The Great Seal Hunt of Newfoundland, circa 1959, Rodeo Records RLP. 80 

SPRING OF ’97: Carl Tapscott Singers (Trad.)
Songs of Newfoundland, 1975, RCA KXL1-0092 

ALAN MILLS: Southern Cross (Trad.)
We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar, 1958, Folkways Records FW 8771.
Gilbert Lacombe, Guitar; Gordon Fleming, accordion; Alan Mills: vocals 

JEAN PARDY: Newfoundland Disaster (composer unidentified on record)
Let’s Sing to Newfoundland, 2001, Heritage Music HCD 4466
originally released on vinyl LP, date ?, Pardy Time, Condor 977-1460
 

MARGO ST. JOHN: Death on the Ice (Cassie & Christine Brown)
45 rpm single, 1982, Quay CS-8073 

FIGGY DUFF: The Greenland Disaster (Sealing Song) (Trad.)
Figgy Duff, 1980, Amber Music
www.ambermusic.ca

LEONARD MEEHAN: The Dying Seal Hunter (Otto Kelland)
Songs of the Anchor Watch, 1961, Citadel CTL 111
Leonard Meehan: tenor ; organist: Eric O. Abbott ; guitar: Russell Clarke

 

APRIL 12:
CHMR Broadcasted Live from the Delta Hotel, St. John's
Hub of Juno Week Activities

(no playlist available)

 

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APRIL 5: THE JUNOS ARE COMING
(Program 46)

One-hour special: History of Newfoundlanders at the JUNOS.

POSTER

Newfoundland Herald:
The Junos: A Newfoundland History

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ the Pick
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

DAVE NICOL: Goodbye Mama (Dave Nicol)
Goodbye Mama, 1973, Columbia ES 90247

DICK NOLAN: Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down (unknown author)
Happy Anniversary Newfoundland, 1974, RCA KCL1-0050
www.dicknolan.com

EDDIE EASTMAN: Eastbound 401 (Eddie Eastman)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee.
www.eddieeastman.com.

CHILLIWACK: Secret Information (Bill Henderson)
Opus X, 1992
Prod: Bill Henderson & Brian MacLeod
www.gonegonegone.com

THE FRONT: Underworld (composer unidentified)
Underworld, 1984, Eng: Hayward Parrott
www.stceciliastudios.com

IRISH DESCENDANTS: Raggle Taggle Gypsy
So Far So Good, The Best of the Irish Descendants, 1999, WEA W2 29128
www.irishdescendants.com

JOHNNY FAVOURITE SWING ORCHESTRA: Postcards From Paris (John Wesley Chisholm)
Holiday Romance, 1998, CUMD 81091.
Personnel: Dawn Hatfield, Wes Mackey Jr., Colin Hudson, David Christensen,John Wesley Chisholm,
Craig Sheppard, Matt Myer, Eric Landry, David Fitzgerald, Pete Johnston, Andrew Killawee.
Prod: Nick Kane, Eng: Jeff Wolpert/Ryan Aktari
http://johnnyfavourite.com  

THE ENNIS SISTERS: It’s Not About You (Mark Murphy, Maureen Ennis)
It’s Not About You, 2003
Maureen/Karen/Teresa Ennis.
Prod: Tim Thorney, Brad Nelson, Mark Murphy. Mix: L. Stuart Young, Brad Nelson.
Personnel: Mike Francis, Rolly Platt, Brent Bakman, Scott Alexander, Brian Barlow.
www.ennismusic.com

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MAR 29: SIM REMEMBERED & A RARE FATHER/DAUGHTER DUET
(Program 45)

SIMANI: Tell Me Mister (Bud Davidge)
Saltwater Cowboys, 1981, Clode Sound Productions
Personnel: Sim Savory & Bud Davidge, Ted MacNeil, Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Betty Jean Hynes, Reg Eddy, and Rick Walsh.

 JOHN WHITE with the RAY WALSH BAND: Teapots At the Fire (John Burke)
The Voice of Newfoundland, 1966, International Artists IA 3014

 OMAR BLONDAHL: Huntingdon Shore (Doyle)
A Visit To Newfoundland, date?, Rodeo RLP-34

 SHAYE: Happy Baby (Kim Stockwood-Damhnait Doyle-Tara Maclean-Jay Joyce)
The Bridge, 2003. www.myspace.com/shayemusic

 REX GOUDIE with MELISSA O’NEIL: Whiskey Lullaby (J. Randall/B. Anderson)
Under the Lights, 2005, SONY BMG 82876-75183-2
Prod: Rob Wells & Chris Anderson
Personnel: Greg Johnston – guitar & bass, Rob Wells – all other instruments
www.rexgoudie.com

TARA ORAM: Don’t Tell Me (Buddy and Julie Miller)
Chasing the Sun, 2008 , Open Road Recordings
www.taraoram.com
 
AMELIA CURRAN: The Mistress (Amelia Curran)

Hunter, Hunter – 2009, Six Shooter Records
www.ameliacurran.com 

BONNIE LOU NOLAN with DICK NOLAN:
Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms (Buck Owens/Jack Clement)
Your Little Deeds of Kindness, 1974, RCA Camden KCL1-0061

 REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: This One’s For You (Reg Watkins)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715
Personnel: Al Cross, Andrew Affleck, Anthony Panacci, Marthy Shaw, Al Cherney, Mickey Andrews,
Wendell Ferguson, Reg Watkins, Wendy Davis, Irene Szymanski, Kerry Knickle
Eng: David Ferri.
www.thecormiers.ca

THE SANDERLINGS: It Takes Time (Shirley Eikhard)
The Sanderlings, 1971, Summus SUS 50000
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle.
Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie

GORDON PINSENT: Cod Liver Oil (author unknown)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027  

SIMANI: Dory Waltz (Simani)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

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MAR 22 - COLD CANADIAN WATERS
(Program 44)

BURT CUFF: Island of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
From Newfoundland To Memphis, circa 1966, ARC  A 707
Direction: Ben Weatherby, An Arc Production
 

DEREK PILGRIM: Lonesome For My Home (Derek Pilgrim)
Loneseome For My Home, 1972, Marathon ALS 359 

DICK NOLAN: Johnny’s Moonshine (Dick Nolan/Willis Hancock)
 
Home Again This Year, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney
www.dicknolan.com 

JOAN MORRISSEY: My Ding-A-Ling (arr. Joan Morrissey/Beverly Morrissey)
Home Brew, 1973, Marathon MS 2118
www.joanmorrissey.com 

RAWLINS CROSS: Forever Dancing (Dave Panting)
Anthology, 2008. Originally released on “The Living River”, 1996, CD 13666 Ground Swell Records
Producers: Dave Panting and Geoff Panting
www.rawlinscross.com  

THE JOHNNY FAVOURITE SWING ORCHESTRA:
Postcards From Paris (John Wesley Chisholm)
Holiday Romance, 1998, CUMD 81091.
Personnel: Dawn hatfield, Wes Mackey Jr., Colin Hudson, David Christensen, John Wesley Chisholm,
Craig Sheppard, Matt Myer, Eric Landry, David Fitzgerald, Pete Johnston, Andrew Killawee.
Prod: Nick Kane, Eng: Jeff Wolpert/Ryan Aktari
www.johnnyfavourite.com

JEFF JOHNSTON: The Night We Called It A Day (Matt Dennis/Tom Adair)
Nuage, 2001, JUST 171-2.
Jeff Johnston: piano ; John Abercrombie: guitar ; Dave Liebman: soprano and tenor saxophone ;
Jim Vivian: acoustic bass ; Mike Billard: drums
Produced by Glen Tilley & Jeff Johnston

DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Eagle Ridin’ Papas (Broonzy)
Eagle Ridin’ Papas, 1988, PHPC-8801,
Produced by Denis Parker Roger Howse & Don Walsh, Recorded at Daydeen Studio
www.rogerhowse.com , www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

THE KEATNIKS: Bumble Boogie
The Keatnicks, Melbourne, 1965, AMLP 4011
William Keating, Pierre LaJeuness, Maurice Caines, Basil Haire

ROY PENNEY: Windy and Warm (John D. Loudermilk)
Twistin’ The Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

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      MAR 15:  FEET ARE WIGGLIN',
TOES ARE JIGGLIN
'
  
(Program 43

OMAR BLONDAHL:
When Paddy McGinty Plays the Harp
(James Cavanaugh, John Redmond and Frank Weldon)
Once Again For Newfoundland, 1967, Melbourne, AMLP 4007

JOHN WHITE with Wilf Doyle and His Orchestra: In Old Balleymoe
Irish Folk Songs, 1959, Rodeo RLP-85

MCNULTY FAMILY: My Auld Skellara Hat (Trad.)
Irish Folk Songs, date?, Colonial Stereo LP 621

LEW MURPHY: When I Mowed Pat Murphy’s Meadow (J. M. Devine)
Ballads of Land & Sea, 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abott on organ

PADDY GEARIN: Isle of Innisfree (Dick Farrelly)
My Home In St. John’s, 1979, cassette tape (no label or number)
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano ; Owen Kelly: bass ;
Vic Hayes: drums ; Millar Hodgart: 12 string guitar

Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement.

 GREAT BIG SEA: Graceful and Charming (Sweet Forget Me Not) (Trad.)
Hard & the Easy, 2005, 2 62606 WEA
Personnel: Alan Doyle, Bob Hallett, Sean McCann,
Murray Foster, Kris MacFarlane & others
Produced by Alan Doyle, Sean McCann & Bob Hallett
www.greatbigsea.com

IRISH DESCENDANTS: Raggle Taggle Gypsy
So Far So Good, The Best of the Irish Descendants, 1999, WEA W2 29128
www.irishdescendants.com

SULLIVAN’S GYPSIES: Mushin Durkin (Trad.)
The Leprachaun, circa 1969, hi-lite 2211
Personnel: Don Sullivan, Garret Kavanagh, Fergus O'Byrne, Dermot O'Reilly,
Eng: Ray Lawrence, Prod: Art Snider

NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND: The Wild Colonial Boy (Trad.)
Newfoundland Showband, 20 Hits!, Date?, Heritage Music, Condor HCD 4445.
 
Personnel: Ray McLean, Winston Saunders, Bill Chipman, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Whelan

SONS OF ERIN: On the One Road (Trad.)
The Town I Love So Well, 1975, Erinsons Records ERN1100S.
Personnel: Chris Hennessy, Ralph O'Brien, Robert O'Donovan.
Musicians: Grant Kennedy, Len MacDonald, Len Brennan.
Prod: Sons of Erin. Eng: Grant Kennedy.  Arr: O'Brien, Hennessy, O'Donovan.

DICK NOLAN: Fiddler’s Green (P.D. arr. Will Miller)
Home Again This Year, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney
www.dicknolan.com

 HARRY HIBBS: Golden Jubilee (unidentified on record)
more Harry Hibbs, circa 1968, Arc AS 809
The Caribou Showband: Johnny Burke, Bob Lucier, Brian Barron Ollie Strong, Roddy Lee
www.harryhibbs.com

 RYAN’S FANCY: Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye (Trad.)
Brand New Songs, 1976, RCA KXL1-0202-A
Personnel: Denis Ryan, Dermot O'Reilly, Fergus O'Byrne,
Allister MacGillivray, Ken Ogilvie, Mike MacDougall, Al Feeney
Eng: Al Feeney, Grant Kennedy, Pat Martin. Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax.
www.ryansfancy.com

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MAR 8: RETURN TO VINYLVILLE
(Program 42)

LORETTA CORMIER: Mama, He’s Crazy: (Kenny O'Dell)
Reg Watkins & Loretta Cormier perform your requests, 1986, cassette tape Lone Raven  LR4-720
www.thecormiers.ca

 FRANK WILLIS: Things Were the Same (A. Frank Willis)
Getting Myself Together, circa 1978, HARE records WRC 1-564
Rec: Nashville. Prod: Les Ladd, A. Frank Willis, Eng: Danny Hilley, Skip Shimmin. Remix: Les Ladd. 
Personnel: Lloyd Green, Pete Wade, Henry Strezlecki, Mike Leach, James Capps,
Charlie McCoy, Hargus “Pig” Robbins, Jerry Kroo & more.
www.afrankwillis.com

 BOB LAMBERT: Darkness & Light (J. Renton/J. Bay)
Knobby’s Lament, 1978, Puck Records SAR 2027
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Engineer: Harold Tsistinas

 BONNIE LOU NOLAN: I’ll Be With You (Michael Donovan)
Your Little Deeds of Kindness, 1974, RCA Camden KCL1-0061
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Mark Smith, Tech: Craig Richardson.  Arr: John Arpin

 DICK NOLAN: Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson)
A Country Song, 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann
www.dicknolan.com

 BEN WEATHERBY: Alice (Weatherby)
Here’s To the Women of Newfoundland, 1973, Marathon ALS 391
www.weatherbysound.com/main.htm

DAMHNAIT DOYLE: As I Roved Out (author unknown)
Shadows Wake Me, 1996, Latitude Records, 02 50422.
Prod: Ken Myhr.
Personnel:: Kathryn Rose, Toughie Lalande, Tim Welch, Ken Myhr, Jason Sniderman, Alisdair Jones,
Andy Stochansky, Rebecca Jenkins, Chris Tait, Anne Bourne, Gary Breit, Marchus Chonsky,
Jeff Bird, Lenny Solomon, Vera Tarnowsky, Doug Perry, Michael White
www.dav-net.com

THE HARDSHIP POST: CAPABILITY (M. Pick)
Somebody Spoke, 1995
Personnel: Matt
Clarke: drums; Mike Pick: bass; Sebastian Lippa: guitar, vocals

THE ENNIS SISTERS: It’s Not About You (Mark Murphy, Maureen Ennis)
It’s Not About You, 2003
Maureen/Karen/Teresa Ennis.
Prod: Tim Thorney, Brad Nelson, Mark Murphy. Mix: L. Stuart Young, Brad Nelson.
Personnel: Mike Francis, Rolly Platt, Brent Bakman, Scott Alexander, Brian Barlow.
www.ennismusic.com

LLOYD BARTLETT: Me and My Lady (Lloyd Bartlett)
45 rpm single, 1977, QUAY CS-1291

GORDON QUINTON: Fanny Power (Turlough O'Carolan)
Woodnight Moon, 1982 PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739.
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

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MAR 1: NL's FOLKSY-ROOTSY NOMINEES FOR ECMA AWARDS 2010
(Program 41)

SHANNEYGANOCK: Skellara Hat (Trad.)
Volume VII, 2009
Bob Pike, Chris Andrews, Mark Hiscock, Mike Clarke
www.shanneyganock.ca

THE NAVIGATORS: Mortier Garden Party
Sea Minor, 2009
Fred Jorgensen, Andrew Boulos, Paul Murphy and Arthur O'Brien
www.thenavigators.com

THE ONCE: The Maid On the Shore (Trad.)
The Once, 2009
Geraldine Hallet/Phil Churchill/Andrew Dale/Mark Neary/Elliot Dicks
www.theonce.ca

 ALLAN RICKETTS: Paddy’s Green Shamrock Shore (Trad)
Rivers, 2009
Produced by Kalem Mahoney.  Recorded by Mark Neary at Great Big Studio.
www.myspace.com/allanricketts

THE DARDANELLES: Boyd’s Cove Singles (Trad.)
The Dardanelles, 2009, DARD 01
Personnel: Tom Power, Kate Bevan-Baker, Andrew Dale, Aaron Collins, Rich Klaas.
Prod: Duane Andrews.  Arr: The Dardanelles. Rec: Don Ellis.
Mixed: Jeff Elliot.  Mastered: Fedge.

www.thedardanelles.com

DUANE ANDREWS: Petty Harbour Bait Skiff (John Grace)
Raindrops, 2008
Prod: Duane Andrews.  Rec: Don Ellis.
Personnel: Patrick Boyle; Steve Hussey; Dave Rowe; Bill Brennan;
Atlantic String Quartet: Alison Black; Nancy Case-Oates; Scott Chancey; Theo Weber
www.duaneandrews.ca

 AMELIA CURRAN: The Mistress (Amelia Curran)
Hunter, Hunter – 2009, Six Shooter Records
www.ameliacurran.com

DICK NOLAN: Six Days on the Road (Carl (Peanut) Montgomery and Earl Green)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 1, 2008 Unidisc. 2008, AGEK-2571
Originally released on vinyl LP, Truck Driving Man, circa 1964
www.dicknolan.com

RON HYNES: River Of No Return (Ron Hynes & Terry Kelly)
Cryer’s Paradise, 1993, Atlantica Music E2 07777 89446 25
Produced by Declan O'Doherty for All Hands Music.
Distributed by EMI Music Canada, 1993.

www.hynesite.org

TERRY KELLY: How Far Can A Little Girl Fall (Ron Hynes)
Face To Face, 1988, ATTIC LAT 1248.
Prod: Declan O'Doherty, Gun Records & Gilles Godard.
Rec.: Larry Peterzell, Nashville & Chad Irschick, Toronto.
www.terry-kelly.com

KIM STOCKWOOD: Jerk (Kim Stockwood)
Bonavista, 1996
Produced, recorded and mixed by Jim Rondinelli
www.kimstockwood.com

WILF DOYLE & HIS ORCHESTRA: Tickle Cove Pond (Mark Walker)
Is Everybody Ready (CD), Holyrood Heritage Society, 2008
Original release: Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland, 1956, Rodeo RLP 10

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FEB 22: NEWFOUNDLAND'S TRIPLE JUNO WINNER
(Program 40)

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Rocking Chair Ride (Christopher Kearney)
Christopher Kearney, 1972, Capitol ST6372.
Eng: Phil Sheridan. Prod: Dennis B. Murphy.
Personnel: Josh Onderisin, David Bromberg, Chuck Aarons, Jim Ackley, James Rolleston,
Scott Lang, Terry Clarke, Diane Brooks, Steve Kennedy, James Rolleston, Rhonda Silver.

REG WATKINS: Man in the Glass (Reg Watkins)
A little Oreg-inality, 1978, BLACK GOLD BGC-01
Fort Nelson, B.C. Produced by Reg Watkins. circa 1978

FRANK MILLS: Peter Piper (Frank Mills)
Sunday Morning Suite, 1979, Eng: Hayward Parrott
www.frankmills.com

Links for Hayward Parrott:
www.stceciliastudios.com; www.myspace.com/haywardparrott

 FRANK MILLS: Plaisir d’amour (Jean Paul Egide Martini)
Prelude To Romance, 1981, Eng: Hayward Parrott 

THE FRONT: Underworld (composer unidentified)
Underworld, 1984, Eng: Hayward Parrott 

NORTHERN LIGHTS: Tears Are Not Enough (D. Foster, B. Adams, J. Vallance)
45 rpm single, 1985, Columbia 7BEN-7073
Eng: Hayward Parrott/Bob Rock.  Mixed by Humberto Gatica.
Title: Paul Hyde/Bob Rock.  French lyrics: Rachel Paiement

DICK NOLAN: Old Rag-A-Doo (arr. Dick Nolan)
Dick Nolan, 1975, RCA KXLI-0096
Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron, Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson
Prod: Jack Feeney.  Eng: Hayward Parrott.  Technician: Dave Balan
www.dicknolan.com

ROY PAYNE: Same Old Story (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes, 1976, RCA KXL1-0163
Produced by Jack Feeney.  Engineer: Hayward Parrott

FIGGY DUFF: Weather Out the Storm (Noel Dinn & Pamela Morgan)
Weather Out the Storm, 1990, AM 71356-1000-4.
Prod: Tom Treumuth & Gary Fumiss. Eng: Gary Fumiss.
Personnel: Pamela Morgan, Noel Dinn, Kelly Russell, Rob Laidlaw, Bruce Crummell, Frank Maher, Geoff Butler, Jamie Snider, Kim Brown, Christopher Plock & others
www.ambermusic.ca

THE YORK COUNTY BOYS:
Waiting To Hear You Call Me Darling (Lester Flatt & Chuck Johnson)
Blue Grass Jamboree, 1958, Arc 502.
Personnel: Mike Cameron, Rex Yetman, 'Big John' McManaman, Brian Barron, Alfred Leger.

FIGGY DUFF: Rumbolt
(Trad. from Rufus Guinchard) (Arr: K. Russell, P. Morgan, B. Crummell, N.Dinn)
Weather Out the Storm, 1990, AM 71356-1000-4.
Prod: Tom Treumuth & Gary Fumiss. Eng: Gary Fumiss.
Personnel: Pamela Morgan, Noel Dinn, Kelly Russell, Rob Laidlaw, Bruce Crummell, Frank Maher, Geoff Butler, Jamie Snider, Kim Brown, Christopher Plock & others

GERRY REEVES: Mother’s Love Is A Blessing
More Down East Accordion, Date ?, Paragon ALS 274

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FEB 15: VALENTINE DISASTER & A STAR IN THE EAST
(Program 39)

BRUCE MOSS: Your Last Goodbye (Moss)
The Islander, 1982, QUAY CS-8072.  Produced by Moss/Bishop/Caines.

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER:
Valentine’s Day Disaster (Reg Watkins)
Solid Gold Mountain, 1982, Lone Raven LR 711

EDDIE EASTMAN: Eastbound 401 (Eddie Eastman)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee.
www.eddieeastman.com

 EDDIE EASTMAN: I Think I’ll Say Goodbye (Marshall Chapman/Jim Rushing)
Easy, 1979, Bel Air Records BA 1000. 
Produced by Bob Cousins. Eng: Rex Collier; Recorded: Nashville, Tennessee

 EDDIE EASTMAN: Liftin’ Me Up, Lettin’ Me Down (Gilles Godard)
Eddie Eastman, 1980, Columbia PCC-90598
Prod: Bob cousins. Rec: Nashville.  Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green.
Eng: Rex Collier & Skip shimmin.
Personnel: Lloyd Green, Pete Wade, Hargus Robbins, Buddy Harmon, Jim Isbell, Ray Edenton & others.

 EDDIE EASTMAN: From the Bar Room To the Bedroom (Gilles Godard)
Intimate Strangers, 1982, Bel Air Records, BA 1988.
Produced by Bob Cousins. Recorded at Nashville. Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green
Eng: Steve Ham, Ken Corlew, Kerry Kopp, David McKinley
 

EDDIE EASTMAN & CARROLL BAKER:
How Close Am I To Losing You (B. Harding/L.J. Dillon)
45 rpm single ARTISAN AR 8205.
Produced by Gilles Godard/Eddie Eastman.
From Eddie Eastman LP 'The Winning Side', APL 85001

AL CLOUSTON:
The Nickel-The Three Bears-Top Bunk-The Bathroom (composer unidentified)
Cinderelly, 1979, RCA KXL1-0323
Recorded at Clare Burt Recording Studio, Toronto
& Kinsmen Hut, Wabush Lake, Labrador

CARL SMITH:
Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way (Loys Southerland & Louie Clark)
The Essential Carl Smith (1950-1956), 1991, Columbia CK 47996

DICK NOLAN: Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1: 2008, Unidisc AGEK-2571
www.dicknolan.com

GEORGE ROWSELL: Come Love Me Stranger (Roy Payne)
Hotel Gander, 1983, BelAir Records
Prod: Art Snider

THE KRYSTALS: Creepin’ Fuzz (The Krystals)
The Krystals, 1970,  Fourmost Records MS-8943

JERRY REEVES: Guitar Boogie Breakdown (Author Unidentified)
Golden Guitar Favorites, date?, Paragon ALS 314

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FEB 8: STILL ANSWERING THE CALL
(Program 38)

JUNIOR WALSH: They’re Only Human You See (Junior Walsh)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

SIMANI: It Couldn’t Happen Here  (Simani)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

REG and LORETTA: Wheels In Motion (Reg Watkins)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.
www.thecormiers.ca

SINGERS FOR FISHERMEN:
Singing For Fishermen (Quinlan, Jeffrey, Wheatley)
Singers For Fishermen – Collector’s Edition, 1992, no label, 027 7657 50110 23
Roy Payne, Debbie Jordan, Eddie Eastman, Willis Brothers, Brewis Brothers
 Johnny Wells & Cyril Way, Dick Nolan, Carson Willis

Exec. Prod: A. Frank Willis & Peter Francis Quinlan, Prod: Fred Kinck Peterson
Arr: Albert MacDonald, Dave Jeffrey, and Brian Murphy

CHILLIWACK: Arms of Mary (I. & G. Sutherland)
Chilliwack: Greatest Hits, 1994
 
www.gonegonegone.com 

CHILLIWACK: My Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone) (Bill Henderson/Brian MacLeod)
Chilliwack: Greatest Hits, 1994 

CHILLIWACK: Secret Information (Bill Henderson)
Opus X, 1992. Prod: Bill Henderson & Brian MacLeod

THE HEADPINS: Don’t It Make You Feel (Brian MacLeod)
Turn It Loud, Solid Gold Records,1982
 
www.headpins.net/home.html

NORMA GALE: January, April and Me (Buddy Mize)
January, April and Me, 1971, Caribou CCLP-7001
A Proper Kent Production

ROY PENNEY:  Trambone (Chet Atkins?)
Boss Guitar In Teensville,  circa 1966, ARC A 662
Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney

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FEB 1: DNs & JUNOS
(Program 37)

DAVE NICOL: No One Ever Told Me (About You) (Dave Nicol)
Goodbye Mama, 1973, Columbia ES 90247
Eng:Peter Houston,  Asst. Eng: Paul Barker & Brian Bell
Prod: Terry Brown,  Arr: Jim Pirie
Thanks: Bob O’Brien, Pam Harding, Terry Brown, Myron Zabol

 DAVE NICOL: Goodbye Mama (Dave Nicol)
Goodbye Mama, 1973, Columbia ES 90247
Eng:Peter Houston,  Asst. Eng: Paul Barker & Brian Bell
Prod: Terry Brown,  Arr: Jim Pirie
Thanks: Bob O’Brien, Pam Harding, Terry Brown, Myron Zabol

DAVE NICOL: Tonight (Dave Nicol)
Goodbye Mama, 1973, Columbia ES 90247
Eng:Peter Houston,  Asst. Eng: Paul Barker & Brian Bell
Prod: Terry Brown,  Arr: Jim Pirie
Thanks: Bob O’Brien, Pam Harding, Terry Brown, Myron Zabol

DAVE NICOL: Gypsy boy (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm vinyl single, Nebula Records, C-259 (Side A), stereo
 Arranged by Dave Nicol & Brian McCloud

BARRY SMITH:
The Legend of Dick Nolan (Paul Fairhurst-Barry Smith)

45 rpm single, 1989,  Boot BTX 389
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  From the album BMM 8003 - "No Will To Climb"

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEAUDRY: We Could (Felice Bryant)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 5 – Country, 2008, Unidisc, AGEK-2575
originally released on LP “Duet”, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70
www.dicknolan.com

DICK NOLAN: Aunt Martha’s Sheep (Dick Nolan, Ellis Coles)
The Best of Dick Nolan, 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
originally released on vinyl LP, Fisherman’s Boy,
1972, RCA CS-2576

DICK NOLAN: Home Again This Year (Dick Nolan)
The Best of Dick Nolan, 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
Originally on vinyl LP - Home Again This Year, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney

DICK NOLAN: Happy Newfoundlanders (Dick Nolan)
Happy Newfoundlanders, 1973, RCA Camden KCC1-0012
Engineer: Mark Smith, Technician: John Cordina,
Produced by Jack Feeney
Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios

DICK NOLAN: Shift Old Ireland (PD - arr. Dick Nolan)
The Best of Dick Nolan, 2006, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2
Originally on vinyl LP, Happy Anniversary Newfoundland, 1974, RCA KCL1-0050

DICK NOLAN: Let Me Fish Off Cape St. Mary’s (Otto Kelland)
Dick Nolan, 1975, RCA KXLI-0096
Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron,
Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson

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JAN 25: 500 SUGAR CAMPS
(Program 36)

 Celebrating 500 episodes of “Back to the Sugar Camp”

  Interview with Dick Nolan
from “The Great North Wind”
Originally broadcast Feb. 10, 1992 on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto

 DICK NOLAN: Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way
(
Loys Southerland & Louie Clark)

Live at “The Great North Wind”, Dick Nolan: vocals & guitar
CIUT-FM, University of Toronto, Feb. 10, 1992
www.backtothesugarcamp.com , www.ciut.fm , www.dicknolan.com

 Interview with Roy Payne
from “The Great North Wind”
Originally broadcast Mar 16, 1992 on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto
www.backtothesugarcamp.com, www.ciut.fm

ROY PAYNE: Old Dog Was Nothing But A Hound (Roy Payne)
Outlaws and Heroes, 1976, RCA KXL1-0163. 
Produced by Jack Feeney.  Engineer: Hayward Parrott
 

Interview with Alex Sinclair
From “Back to the Sugar Camp”
originally broadcast May 11, 2006
on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto
www.backtothesugarcamp.com, www.ciut.fm

RON HYNES: Sonny's Dream (R Hynes)
The Actual Demo Tape
Alex Sinclair - Shelly Coopersmith
St. John's, NL
Production credits unknown - circa 1977
www.hynesite.org

  Interview with Elaine Kilpatrick
From “Back to the Sugar Camp”
originally broadcast June 11, 2009
on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto
www.backtothesugarcamp.com, www.ciut.fm

TNT: Hobo Sam (Denis Parker)
45 Single: Quay Records – CS-03
Elaine Kilpatrick – Neil Bishop, guitar – Ted MacNeil, drums – Denis Parker, guitar – Claude Caines, bass – Brian Murphy, keys
Prod: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines 1978 at Clode Sound Stephenville, NL

STEVE FRUITMAN visits Newfoundland
From “Back to the Sugar Camp”
originally broadcast July 30, 2009
on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto
www.backtothesugarcamp.com, www.ciut.fm

STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: Isle of Newfoundland (Burt Cuff)
STOMPIN TOM CONNORS:  The Isle of Newfoundland  (B Cuff)
At The Gumboot Clogeroo: Boot Records - BOS 7180
Tom Connors - David Zdriluk
Balinifad, ON
Produced by Dr. Tom Connors - 1977
www.stompintom.com

Interview with Greg Dodd & Wayne Sturge
From “Back to the Sugar Camp”
originally broadcast Sept. 24, 2009
on CIUT-FM, University of Toronto
www.backtothesugarcamp.com, www.ciut.fm

BRIAN MacLEOD: Come By Chance (B MacLeod)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador....an Archive:
Three Blind Mice Music - no serial
, St John's NL, Produced   - 1975
Reproduced by Wayne Sturge - 2007
www.nlrocknrollarchive.com/rnrProject/RRHistoryIndex.html

THE KEATNIKS: That's My Girl
The Keatniks: Melbourne Records - AMLP 4011
Maurice Caines - William Keating - Pierre Lajeunesse - Basil Haire
Labrador City NL
Produced in Montreal  - 1965
www.nlrocknrollarchive.com/rnrProject/RRHistoryIndex.html

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JAN 18: BEFORE YOU SANG
(Program 35)

PADDY GEARIN: It Makes No Difference Now (Floyd Tillman)
My Home In St. John’s, 1979, cassette tape (no label or number)
Personnel: William (Paddy) Gearin: vocals ; Winnie Patton: piano ; Owen Kelly: bass ;
Vic Hayes: drums ; Millar Hodgart: 12 string guitar
Recorded at Comfort Sound by Doug McClement.

 REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD and friends: Old Joe (Reg Brown)
Boil Up Time, 1989, cassette tape RB4C-1000.
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne,
Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Drfitwood Studio, Corner Brook.

EDDI KENNY: Devil Not An Angel (Adeline Benz/Artie Maclaren)
45 rpm single, 1987, AML Records AML0001X (Side 1).
Prod: Artie Maclaren. Eng: Alan Rempel.  Recorded at Bullfrog Studios, Vancouver
www.theboydsmusic.com

ROY PENNEY:  Galloping Guitar (Chet Atkins)
Boss Guitar In Teensville,  circa 1966, ARC A 662
Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney

 ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: The Streets of Old St. John’s (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2
www.annemarietheresa.com

DAVE NICOL: Lady Romance (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm vinyl single, 1975, Nebula Records, C-259, stereo.
Published by D. Nicol Publishing.
Arranged by Dave Nicol & Brian McCloud. Made in Canada

 REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER:
Ballad of Tiger Mountain (Shelby Jene)
Solid Gold Mountain, 1982, Lone Raven LR 711.
Personnel: Paul Fortier, Barry Keane, Pepe Francis, Bob Lucien, Art De Villier,
John Arpin, Sam Hersenhoren, Isidor Desser, Sonia Klimasko
Prod: John Arpin & Gary Buck. Eng: David Balan.

 DICK NOLAN: Six White Horses (author unidentified on record)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 5 -  
Country, 2008, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2575
originally released on LP ‘Country’ (with Marlene Beaudry) circa 1970, Arc AS-819
www.dicknolan.com

REG WATKINS: Cape St. Mary’s (Otto Kelland)
‘Newfoundland Mummers’, circa 1975, Snocan SCN 508

DAVE & AUBREY: Wings of Love (Winston Coles)
They're Only Human You See (Just Like You and Me), 1986, Independent, WRC1-4489.
Produced and Recorded at JSR Studios - Gander.

MARGO ST. JOHN: Take My Hand (Christine Brown)
45 rpm single, 1982, Quay CS-8073

HARV PIKE: The Voice of Freedom (Ross Fraser)
Side B of 45 rpm single, circa 1979, QUAY CS-8056
Prod. & Eng. Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ the Pick
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589

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JAN 11- SLIPPIN' & TRIPPIN'
(Program 34)

ED MCCURDY: Back Bay Hill (trad.)
A Ballad Singer's Choice, originally released 1956

STRINGBAND: Newfoundlanders (Bossin)
The Maple Leaf Dog, Nick Records, 1978, Nick 5.
Prod: Ben Mink.  Eng: Danny Lanois
Personnel: Bob Bossin, Terry King and Nancy Ahern of Stringband plus many others.
www.stringband.net

REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD and friends: Scene From 1907 (Reg Brown)
Boil Up Time, 1989, cassette tape RB4C-1000.
Personnel: Skp Abbott, Dave Drake, George White, Bugs Greene, Charlie Payne,
Glenn Simmons, Reg Brown, Elaine White, Charlie Mercer.
Eng., Prod., & mixed by Reg Brown & George White.
Recorded: Drfitwood Studio, Corner Brook. 

WINCE COLES: Good Ol’ Country Blues (Wince Coles)
I Want To Be A Working Man Again, 1985, cassette tape World Records WRC4-4110.
Personnel: Don Boland, Dave Lush, Bob O'Donovan, Mervyn Maxwell, Gary Nichols, Nick Fleming, Guy King.
Prod: Nick Fleming. Recorded at J.S.R. Studios, Gander. WinBern Productions 

DICK NOLAN: Charlie Horse (Omar Blondahl)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 6, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK 2577
originally released on vinyl LP, Be True Newfoundlanders, Arc ACS-5024, circa 1968
www.dicknolan.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Sweet Dreams (Don Gibson)
All Time Country Favourites, 1967, Maritime MR-10000
The Don Randell Band:
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead
.
www.joanmorrissey.com

THE YORK COUNTY BOYS: You Done Me Wrong (Bill Munroe)
Blue Grass Jamboree, Arc 502, circa 1958

LITTLE JOHNNY CAMERON: Green Glens of Antrim (Kenneth North)
Little Johnny Cameron, Audat 477-9059, circa 1974
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, Phil Hancock, Shelly Posen, Eddie Rowsell, Roger Skinner.
Eng: Ron Duclos, Prod: Fivetake Group Prod. Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

Webiste for the Glens of Antrim: (www.ireland-holidays.net)

 WALSH & WINSLOW: Love (R. Winslow)
45 rpm single, Columbia C4-3040-A.
Produced by Terry Brown, circa 1972. April Music (Canada) Ltd.

 JEFF NICHOLSON: Put One Over (Jeff Nicholson)
45 rpm single, 1987, WRC3-553. - From the album ‘The Blooming’. 
 Personnel:
Jeff Nicholson; Rick Hollett; Sandy Morris; Nelson Giles;
Howie Southwood; Hugh Maguire; Delf Maria Hohmann
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, May-June 1987
Produced by Rick Hollett.  Engineered by Rich Knowles.

TERRY KELLY: Drivin’ To Mexico (T. Kelly & D. O'Doherty)
On the Move, 1984, GUN RECORDS TKPC 8391.
Personnel: Terry Kelly, John Alphonse, Bruce Dixon, George Antoniak, Declan O'Doherty,
Wayne Nicholson, Dale Boutilier, Wayne Hunt, Glenn Simmons, Jon Zaslow, Doug Varty, & others.
Prod. Declan O'Doherty.
www.terry-kelly.com

 GERRY FORMANGER: Gerry’s Accordion (Composer unidentified on tape)
Newfie Chugs and Chuckles with Reg Watkins, cassette tape, 1987
Lone Raven Developments Ltd. ACC-4825, Doyles, NFLD.


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JAN 4 - IF TOMORROW HADN'T ALREADY BEEN
(Program 33)

ST. PATRICK’S GIRLS SCHOOL GLEE CLUB:
Spell Canada N E W F O U N D L A N D (John Pittman)
Songs of Confederation Celebration, 1974, Audat Custom/World Records C-123 

OMAR BLONDAHL: The Half Door (author unknown)
Once Again For Newfoundland, 1967, Melbourne, AMLP 4007 

JEFF WHITE: Charlie (It Was September) (Jeff White)
Grey Lord, 1976, Stovepipe Records ST 0001
With Nancy-Ward Bartlett

www.youngandfoolish.ca 

MARGO ST. JOHN: Death on the Ice (Cassie & Christine Brown)
45 rpm single, 1982, Quay CS-8073 

BOB LAMBERT: I Don’t Know Why (Turk/Ahlert)
Knobby’s Lament, Puck Records, 1978, SAR2027
 

THE SANDERLINGS: It Takes Time (Shirley Eikhard)
The Sanderlings, 1971, Summus SUS 50000
Beth Harrington, Denise & Tommy Harrington, Leslie Lake, Chris & Andy Hutton, Mike Doyle.
Orchestra conducted by Jim Pirie 

DAVE NICOL: No One Ever Told Me (About You) (Dave Nicol)
Goodbye Mama, 1973, Columbia ES 90247 

GEORGE GRANDY and his band: Harbour Le Cou (Trad.)
D. P. Newfie, circa 1973, Audat 477-9017
Tom Grandy: drummer;  Reuben Hiscock: bass guitar;  Barry Welsh: guitar 

THE DIPSYDOODLERS:
Waltzing On Top Of the World (Al Courtney/Jim Reeves) 

ROY PAYNE: One Day At a Time (Roy Payne)
One Step Forward, 1973, RCA KPL 1-0047 

REG WATKINS & LORETTA CORMIER: This One’s For You ( Reg Watkins)
This One’s For You, 1985, Lone Raven, LR 715

 DICK NOLAN: The King of Fools (McGivern-Nolan)
Newfoundland Songbook - Vol. 3, 2008, Unidisc, 2008, AGEK-2573
Originally released circa 1967/8, long play album, ‘Movin’ Out’, Arc A/S-740
Direction: Ben Weatherby
www.dicknolan.com

THE DU-CATS: Off the Hook (Jagger/Richards)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007, Three Blind Mice Music
Released in 1966 on  vinyl LP, RCA Victor - Canada International - PC/PCS-1018.
Personnel: Lewis 'Butch' Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, and Winston Blackmore
.

FABIAN JAMES: Music Is My Live (Fabian James)
45 rpm single, 1978, RCA PB-50455-A. 
Producer: Skip Beckwith.  Dunbar Music Canada Ltd.

 ICEBERG ALLEY: Some Slick (Downey/Parker)
45 rpm single, 1979, no label, WRC3-940
Brian Downey, Denis Parker, Mack Furlong, Paul Steffler

 


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