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Playlists for 2012:

133 JAN 7 - GOING BACKWARD
134 JAN 14 - TRIBUTE TO BEN WEATHERBY
135 JAN 21 - ALIVE AND WELL
136 JAN 28 - THEM GOOD OLD DAYS
137 FEB 4 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY DICK NOLAN
138 FEB 11 - BOOM BOOM BOOM, ROAR ROAR ROAR
139 FEB 18 - TRUXTON AND POLLUX
140 FEB 25 - FOLK/ROCK
141 MAR 3 - THE 70s
142 MAR 10 - THE 80s
143 MAR 17 -  ST. PAT
144 Mar 24 - GENERAL
145 - Mar 31 - CONFEDERATION
146 Apr 7 - NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIG
147 Apr 14 - CHILL
148 - Apr 21 & 28 - LEW SKINNER (Part 1)
149 - May 5 - LEW SKINNER (Part 2)
150 - May 12 - CHILL (Re-broadcast of 147)
151 - May 19 - GENERAL MUSIC
152 - May 26 - GENERAL MUSIC
153 - June 2 -  Dr. Sandy Morris (Re-broadcast of 102)
154 - June 9 - Peter Narvaez (Re-broadcast of 126)
155 - June 16  - TRIBUTE TO BEN WEATHERBY (Re-broadcast of 134)
156 - June 23 - LEW SKINNER (Part 1) (Re-broadcast of 148)
157 - June 30 -  LEW SKINNER (Part 2) (Re-broadcast of 149)
158 - July 7 - The 50s  (Re-broadcast or 103)(did not air due to power outage)

July 11 - SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST:
'FROM N-L TO T-O'
Co-hosts: Wayne Tucker/Steve Fruitman
(A joint production of Sugar Camp Music & NewFound Records)

159 - July 14 - The 60s (Re-broadcast of 125)
160 - July 21 - The 70s (Re-broadcast of 141
161 - July 28 -
The 80s (Re-broadcast of 142)
162 - Aug 4 -
BOATS (Re-broadcast of 110)
163 - Aug 11 -
HISTORY OF MUN RADIO RECORDING STUDIO (Re-broadcast of 128)
164 - Aug 18 - VINYL SURF (Re-broadacst of 86)
165 - Aug 25 - HANGING IN VINYLVILLE (Re-broadcast of 116)
166 - Sep 1 - LABOUR DAY SPECIAL (Re-broadcast of 117)
167 - Sep 8 - UNEARTHED 2012
168 - Sep 15 - WILF DOYLE
169 - Sep 22 - HELLO FALL !
170 - Sep 29 - GENERAL MUSIC
171 - Oct 6 - MADHATTER DAY
172 - Oct 13 - DREAM FOREVER
173 - Oct 20 - GENERAL MUSIC
174 - Oct 27 - ROCKY WISEMAN
175 - Nov 3 RIVERS
176 Nov 10 - EYES
177 - Nov 17 - GENERAL MUSIC
178 - Nov 24 - ECHO MUSIC & RECORDING
179 - Dec 1 - THE CHARTBUSTERS
180 Dec 8 - LIFETIME ACHIEVERS
181 Dec 15 - ROCKY WISEMAN -- (Re-broadcast of 174)
182 Dec 22 -
CHRISTMAS SPIRIT (Re-broadcast of 130)
183 Dec 29 - THE CELEBRITIES (Re-broadcast of 75)

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ENCORE PRESENTATIONS
(Dec 15, 2012 - Jan. 5, 2013)


Dec 29 - The Celebrities
(Program 183) - Re-broadcast of Program 75

PLAYLIST

Dec 22 - CHRISTMAS SPIRIT
(Program 182) - Re-broadcast of Program 130

PLAYLIST

Dec 15 - Rocky Wiseman
(Program 181) - Re-broadcast of Program 174

PLAYLIST

MP3
 

 


Dec 8 - Lifetime Achievers
(Program 180)

THE SHAMROCKS: Uncle Jim (unidentified)
‘Newfoundland Old Time Fiddle Music’, Banff RBS. 1055, 1957?
Don Randell: fiddle, Ted Blanchard: fiddle, Eric Dicks or Harold LaFosse?: piano

WILF DOYLE: Star of Logy Bay (Trad.)
‘Canadian Country Classics – Newfoundland Fiddle’.
Rodeo International RCCD 7114. Date unidentified.
orignally released on vinyl LP, ‘Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland’, 1956

RAY WALSH: Feller From Fortune (Trad. arr. R. Walsh)
All Around Newfie Accordion’, Audat 477-9071, circa 1975
Accompanied by the “All Around the Circle” band
www.walshfamilyband.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Do What You Do Do Well (Ned Miller)
All Time Country Favourites’, Maritime MR-10000, 1967
The Don Randell Band:
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead
.
www.joanmorrissey.com

HARRY HIBBS: How Can I Buy Killarney
(
Freddie Grundland, Hamilton Kennedy, Gerald Morrison, Ted Steels)
‘Somewhere At Sea’, CC LP 7004, circa 1971
Toronto, ON: Arc Sound Ltd. A Proper Kent Production
www.harryhibbs.com

DICK NOLAN: Long Time Gone (D. Dudley & D. Marrison)
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

ROY PAYNE: One Day At a Time (Roy Payne)
‘One Step Forward’, 1973, RCA KPL 1-0047
www.roypayne.ca

A. FRANK WILLIS: Love Left Town  (Jerry Forney)
Welcome Aboard, Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937, 1979
Personnel: Too numerous too mention. Prod: A. Frank Willis & Les Ladd
Recorded at Youn’un Sound Studio, Nashville; Eng: Stan Dacus, Ronnie Light, Les Ladd
Mastered at JAMF, Toronto, ON;
Accordion rec. at Clode Sound Prod., Stephenville, Eng: Neil Bishop

EMILE BENOIT: Ryan’s Fancy Arriving (Emile Benoit)
‘Emile’s Dream’, Pigeon Inlet Prod. PIP-732, 1979
Personnel: Emile Benoit, Ron Hynes, Kelly Russell.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.  Prod. & Arr.: Kelly Russell.
Recorded at Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

FIGGY DUFF: The Breakwater Boys' Breakdown (Emile Benoit)
Tradition - Songs, Stories & Tunes from Newfoundland and Labrador’,  PIP 7317. 1983
Dave Panting (madonlin, Geoff Butler (accordion), Pamela Morgan (guitar), Derek Pelley (bass), Noel Dinn (bodhran)
Prod: Kelly Russell, Tech. Prod: Wallace Hammond.
www.ambermusic.ca

RUFUS GUINCHARD: Centennial Highway (Rufus Guinchard)
‘Newfoundland Fiddler’, Breakwater Recording 1002. Eng: Rick Harris. 1977 

THE DU-CATS: Mabelline (Chuck Berry - R. Fratto - A. Freed)
‘The Du-cats’,
The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

MINNIE WHITE: Daughter’s Wedding Reel (Trad. Arr. Minnie White)
‘Newfoundland Accordion & Mandolin Favourites’, Audat 477-905, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL.  Produced by Fivetake Group Productions
 

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Dec 1 - The Chartbusters
(Program 179)

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ the Pick (Composer unidentified on album)
Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

WARD 6: Magnificent Outpouring (Gordon Lightfoot)
‘Ward 6’, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman
Producer: Dave Todd

TERRY HYNES: Going Home (Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, AME Records AME 107X (Side 2), 1974
Pub: Jiloral-E. Kassner Music Co. (Canada).
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod: Steve Hunter. circa 1974
 

DAVE NICOL: Mexico (Dave Nicol)
45 rpm vinyl single;1974, Columbia C4-4967-A.
Produced by Jim Eaves, Arranged by Jim Pirie.  Overlea Music Ltd. (BMI) 

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 ; www.roypayne.ca

REX HEMEON: Bingo and Another World (Rex Hemeon)
Bingo and Another Worldj’, RCA KXL-1-0320, 1979
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

JERRY ELI: The Other Side Of Town (W. Boss)
Matador JA-4015 (Side 1), 1973
Produced in Nashville by Jerry Gillespie

GEORGE ROWSELL: The Hooker (Billy Roy)
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

EDDIE EASTMAN: That's All I Want From You (F. Rotter/H. Totha)
‘Eddie Eastman’, Columbia PCC-90598, 1980 
Personnel: Lloyd Green, Pete Wade, Hargus Robbins, Buddy Harmon, Jim Isbell, Ray Edenton & others.
Prod: Bob cousins. Rec: Nashville.  Arr: Eddie Eastman & Lloyd Green. 
Eng: Rex Collier & Skip Shimmin.
www.eddieeastman.com

HARRY HIBBS: All Kinds of Everything (Derry Lindsay and Jackie Smith)
The Incredible Harry Hibbs’, Heritage Music, Concor HCD 4410 (date?)
originally released on vinyl LP ‘All Kinds of Everything’, Marathon MMS 76026, 1973
www.harryhibbs.com

TERRY KELLY: Mama Likes To Rock ‘N’ Roll (Terry  Kelly & Declan O'Doherty)
Face To Face’, ATTIC LAT 1248, 1988
Prod: Declan O'Doherty, Gun Records & Gilles Godard.
Rec.: Larry Peterzell, Nashville & Chad Irschick, Toronto.
www.terry-kelly.com

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ the Pick (Composer unidentified on album)
‘Twistin’ the Pick’, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

 

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Nov 24 - Echo Music & Recording
(Program 178 - MP3)

GORDON QUINTON: Mussels In the Corner (Trad.)
Woodnight Moon’, PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey.
Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

RAY BRODERICK: Wanted Man (Bob Dylan)
The True Newfoundlander’, Buckshot BT-9012, circa 1973-4
Recorded at Echo Studios, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Producer: Wally Pynn

HERITAGE: Holyrood Song (Willie Arsenault)
‘Rub-A-Dub-Dub’s A Long Way From Toronto’, Heritage H.T.-0100, MS-11375, 1975
Harold Crewe: guitar; Phil Simms: bass; Willie Arsenault: lead singer, guitar
Recorded by Jack Winsor at Echo Recording Studio, St. John's, NL

THE GOSPELETTES: Get All Excited (Bill Gaither)
‘Why Should I Worry or Fret’, TBC 15575, circa 1973-5
Personnel: Jim Cooper-organ & piano, Reg Pretty-guitar, Roy Stanley-bass guitar, Vilot Burry, Brenda Kennedy, Glenys Pond, Christine Lane, Donna Burt. Sue Ann Burry, Olive Keats, Dianne Pritchett.
Recorded at Echo Recording Studios, St. John’s


DON PAUL and friends: Missing You (Paul)
45 rpm single, LIBRA LIB 100, 1976

ICEBERG ALLEY: Wildlife (Denis Parker)
45 rpm single, no label, WRC3-940, 1979
Brian Downey, Denis Parker, Mack Furlong, Paul Steffler
Produced by The Mummer’s Troupe of Newfoundland
Recorded at Echo Studio

THE REACTION:  Till Midnight (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

MARGO ST. JOHN: Change Is On the Way (Lyrics and music by Don Boland)
‘Death On the Ice”, Independent CD, 2012
Lead vocals: Margo St. John; vocal harmonies. Anne Devine & Margo St. John.
Musicians: Don Boland, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Howie Southwood.
Prod: St. John's Music, St. John's, NL
Arr: Don Boland, Recorded at Echo Music, 1982

PETER NARVAEZ: Twenty-Four Hours (E. Boyd)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby’, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
Personnel: Sandy Morris, Nelson Giles, Rocky Wiseman, Steve Annan, Jamie Snider, John Nugent, Greg Clark, Terry Reilly.
Produced and Recorded by Steve Annan
Recorded at Echo Recording Studios, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Mixed at Reel Time Recorders, Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia
Mixed by Steve Annan, Chuck O'Hara, & Peter Narvaez.
Lacquered at Lacquer Channel, Scarborough, Ontario by George Graves
www.rowdyblues.com/peternarvaez.html

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

JEFF NICHOLSON: Sing For the Summer (Jeff Nicholson)
‘The Blooming’, cassette tape WRC4-5330, 1987
Personnel: Jeff Nicholson (guitar, harmonica, voice); Rick Hollett (dx 7, saxophone, flute); Sandy Morris (lead guitar); Nelson Giles (bass); Howie Southwood (drums); Hugh Maquire (harmonies), Delf Maria Hohmann (banjo).
Eng: Rich Knowles. Prod: Rick Hollett. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John’s

PAT AND JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM:
The Evette, Langara Special (B. Wareham)
Towards the Sunset’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318, 1983
Pat and Joe Byrne, vocals, guitar ; Baxter Wareham, accordion, mandolin, banjo & vocals
Producer: Des Walsh. Engineer: Wallace Hammond
Recorded: Echo Music and Recording Ltd.

 

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Nov 17 - General Music
(Program 177) 

RAWLINS CROSS: Farmer's Daughter/High Reel (Trad.)
A Turn Of The Wheel’, RCCD-101, RCPI Records, 1989
Dave Panting: guitar/vocals; Ian McKinnon: Bagpipes/trumpet/tin whistle/vocals; Geoff Panting: keyboards/vocals;
Lorne Taylor: Bass; Pamela Paton: Drums
Back-Up Vocals – Kathy Phippard, Glen Tilley, Sean Panting
Prod: Glen Tilley; Eng: Terry Winsor. Rec. & Mix: CBC Studio F, St. John's, NL
www.rawlinscross.com

LORETTA CORMIER: Bayou Song (Kris Messal)
This One’s For You’, Lone Raven, LR 715, 1985
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

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

BEN WEATHERBY: BAY BORN B’Y (Pat Maher/B. Weatherby)
Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland’ (CD), Condor HCD 4462, date?
originally released on LP  ‘Our Lady Newfoundland’, MMS-76061, Marathon, 1974

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

MARY LOU COLLINS: Beside Myself (Gordon Pinsent - Cliff Jones)
45 rpm single CJ 3893 from the Musical "Rowdyman".
Clifford House Music BMI. Kingpin Prods. CAPAC. circa 1976. Side 2

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

PRESENTATION SCHOOL GLEE CLUB:
Gloria, 1 XI, C, Chants "ad libitum" Liber Usualis (Unidentified), 1965
‘In Song We Hail Thee’, CT-33398&9. CBC, St. John's, NL.

THE REDEMPTORISTS: Russian Alleluia (Augustine Graap)
‘Damascus Road’, Ocean GH2-478, 1977
The Redemptorists: Darrell McGinn, Eugene O’Reilly, Paul Curtin, Yaroslaw Dybka
Musicians: Eugene O'Reilly, Darrell McGinn, Floyd (Sonny Wood), Paul Carroll, Gerry Formanger.
Exec. Prod: Tommy Hynes. Prod. & Eng.: Rick Knight,
Musical Arrangements: Paul Hofferet. Rec: Grange Studio, Ajax, ON
www.redemptorists.ca

JERRY ELI: Burwash Jail (Adams - Eli – Ezzard)
45 rpm single, Matador JA-4015 (Side 2). Circa 1973,
Produced in Nashville by Jerry Gillespie

JEFF NICHOLSON: What Are You Doing On Saturday Night (Jeff Nicholson)
‘The Blooming’, cassette tape WRC4-5330, 1987
Personnel: Jeff Nicholson (guitar, harmonica, voice); Rick Hollett (dx 7, saxophone, flute); Sandy Morris (lead guitar); Nelson Giles (bass); Howie Southwood (drums); Hugh Maquire (harmonies), Delf Maria Hohmann (banjo).
Eng: Rich Knowles. Prod: Rick Hollett. Rec: Echo Music

THE CARIBOU SHOWBAND: Caribou Telstar (Unidentified)
‘The Caribou Showband’, Caribou CC LP 7002, 1971
Personnel: Brian Barron (mandolin/fiddle), Bob Lucier (steel guitar), Roddy Lee (drums), Mel Aucoin (iano, lead acoustic, banjo, bass, saxophone), Johnny Burke (vocals)
 

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Nov 10 - Eyes
(Program 176)

BOBBY O’DONOVAN: Skipper Lost His Gansey/Cotton-Eyed Joe (Trad.)
The Fiddler, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C., August 1986


REBECCA PENNEY: Two Lovely Blue Eyes (Wimbo-Maarse-Brando)
‘Rebecca’, BOOT RECORDS BOS 7178, 1977

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: When I Look In Your Eyes (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, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully Sandy Morris.

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

BOBBY EVANS: I Can’t Look Sunday In the Eye (Ray Griff)
Hotel Gander, 1983, BelAir Records
Prod: Art Snider

DICK NOLAN: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol 5, Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, Country, Arc AS-819, circa 1970
www.dicknolan.com

TNT: Dry Your Eyes (Denis Parker)
TNT,  Quay CS-7801, 1977
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, and Bruce White
Engineered & Produced by Neil Bishop & Claude Caines
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

JOHN LACEY & GORDON QUINTON: Love Songs (You Can Close Your Eyes) (James Taylor)
Atlantic Folk Festival - Live on the Moxom Farm’, BOOT BOS 7202, 1978
Prod: Pat Martin & Brookes Diamond.
Rec August 1978 on the Moxsom Farm, Hardwood Lands, NS by Solar Audio & Recording.
Mix: Solar & Audio Atlantic. Eng: Pat Martin & Harold Tsistinas

RALPH WALKER: BULLSEYES & ROYAL BLENDS (Ralph Walker)
Back To My Home, cassette tape ACC-4908, 1988
Ralph Walker: Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocal Composer/Arranger/Producer.
Eng: Jim Thompson
.

EDDIE COFFEY and his COFFEE-MATES: Beautiful Brown Eyes (arr. E. Coffey)
‘Bakeapple Time’, COUNTRY CS-6025, circa 1981.
Recorded at Comfort Sound, Toronto & Echo Sound, St. John's.

RAY MCLEAN and the Newfoundland Showband: Black Around the Eyes (unidentified)
‘All Aboard For Newfoundland’, Marathon ALS 392, 1973

DAVE & AUBREY: Someone In Your Eyes (Winston Coles)
‘Shove ‘Er in Second’, WRC1-2098, 1982
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville, NL
Acoustic & Electric Guitars: Neil Bishop; Piano & Steel Guitar: Mel Aucoin; Bass: Claude Caines; Drums: Ted McNeil; Lead Vocals: Dave Pike and Aubrey Sweetapple; Background Vocals: Betty Jean Hynes and Tommy Doyle.
Produced and engineered and mixed by Neil Bishop and Claude Caines.

RAY WALSH: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling (Ray Walsh)
‘Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477 9022, circa 1972.
Eng./Prod. Al Feeney. Studio: Munradio, St. John's, NL
www.walshfamilyband.com
 

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Nov 3 - Rivers
(Program 175)

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Wa-Wa Guitar (Michael Andrews)
‘The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly’, Dominion LPS 48504.
Mickey Andrews: Steel, Randy McDonald: Bass, Gerry Hall: Guitar.
Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk. A Sound Canada Production. circa 1969-70

REX HEMEON & THE COUNTRY ORITS: Big River (Johnny Cash)
Maritime Girl, Audat 477-9068, 1974
Rex Hemeon, Reg Rice, Howard Bailey
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John’s, NL, Eng.: Ron Duclos

BURT CUFF: Muddy Water (Joe Babcock)
‘From Newfoundland To Memphis’, ARC  A 707, 1966

APRIL WINE: Oowatanite (Jim Clench)
‘April Wine: Greatest Hits’. Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Stand Back’, 1975
Myles Goodwyn – guitars, keyboards, lead vocals; Jerry Mercer – percussion, background vocals; Gary Moffet – guitars, background vocals; Jim Clench – bass, lead vocals.
Producers: Gene Cornish, Dino Danelli, Eng: Ian Terry
www.aprilwine.ca

J. TERRY HYNES & GOODTIME: River of Sin (J. Terry Hynes)
Goodtime’, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318, 1974
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes
 

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: Nobody Lives There Anymore (Byron Chaulk)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1984
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop. Engineered by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf. Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague.
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

GERALD MITCHELL: The Grand River Song (Stewart Michelin)
The Hunt and Other Songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970

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

ROY PAYNE: Last of the Reasons (Roy Payne)
‘Last of the Reasons (I Keep Going Home)’, Condor 1501. circa 1979-80.
Thanks to Charlie Crocker & Steve Smith. Special thanks to Theresa Keough.
Dedicated to the memory of Dumas.
www.roypayne.ca

MALE QUARTETTE: Down By the Riverside (Negro Spiritual)
Harboured In Jesus’, CBT 1072 (no label or date).
The Salvation Army Corner Brook Temple
Songster Leader: Roy Hancock, Band Master: Max Porter.
Male Quartette: A. Reader, L. Chaulk, G.Rideout, T. Chaulk.

GORD TRACEY & the CONSTELLATIONS: Blue On the River (Don Baker)
Poster Girl’, Audat 477-9019, 1972
 Vocals: Gord Tracey, Lead: Don Baker, Drums - Bill Izzard.
Prod. & Eng.: Al Feeney, Rec.: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

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

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

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY: Penetration (Steve Leonard)
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly’, Dominion LPS 48504, circa 1968-70
PERSONNEL: Mickey Andrews: Steel, Randy McDonald: Bass, Gerry Hall: Guitar. Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk.

 

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Oct 27 - Rocky Wiseman
(Program 174)

LEO MICHAELS: Rose Room (Art Hickman, Harry Williams)
Unreleased, circa 1960s-70s
Drums: Rocky Wiseman

LITTLE RICHARD:
Slippin’ & Slidin’ (Little Richard, Edwin Bocage, and James Smith)
Here’s Little Richard, original release 1957
http://www.rockabilly.net/littlerichard/index.shtml 

JIMMY DORSEY & his orchestra: Jay-Dee's Boogie Woogie (Jimmy Dorsey)
200 Rock 'n Roll Instrumentals
http://www.jimmydorseyorchestra.com/biography.htm

MCNULTY FAMILY: My Auld Skellara Hat (Trad.)
Irish Folk Songs, date?, Colonial Stereo LP 621
www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm

UNITED STATES MARINE BAND:
The Stars & Stripes Forever (John Philip Sousa)

Sousa's Greatest Hits & Some That Should Have Been
http://www.marineband.usmc.mil/

THE RAVENS: Youngblood (Leiber/Stoller/Pumus)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007m Three Blind Mice Music
Originally released as 45 rpm single, Arc 1099, 1965
Personnel: Jim Hennessey, Rocky Wiseman, Paul Rumsey, Rod French, Don Oakley

JOAN MORRISSEY: My Heart Belongs To Daddy (Cole Porter)
unreleased 
www.joanmorrissey.com

OLLIE SMITH:
When You’re Smilin’ (Larry Shay, Mark Fisher, and Joe Goodwin)
unreleased 

RALPH WALKER with THE JIM DUFF BAND:
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington/Bob Russell)
unreleased 

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Take A Chance On Love (Ron Hynes)
The Wonderful Grand Band (Remastered CD), WGP, 2010
originally released as vinyl LP 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, Peter Narvaez

Recorded at Clode Sound Studio, Stephenville.

RON HYNES: The Winter of ’75 (Ron Hynes)
Unreleased
www.hynesite.org

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: The Four Poster Bed (Trad.)
PIP CD 7327 Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Produced by Kelly Russell.
Kelly Russell: fiddle ; Sandy Morris: lead guitar ; Glenn Simmons: rhythm guitar ; Ian Perry: bass ; Rocky Wiseman: drums.

WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: St. John’s Waltz (Ron Hynes)
Newfoundland’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1’, Tapestry GD-7374. 1980
Prod: Rick Butler

PETER NARVAEZ: Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby (Johnny Cash)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
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.html

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, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Up the Pond (Trad.)
‘The Best of Wonderful Grand Band’, Vol. 3, DVD, 2011
 

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Oct 20 - General Music
(Program 173)

LLOYD BURRY: Walking On Air (Len Moss)
‘At the Organ’, RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums.

THE RISING SONS: Country Roads (John Denver, Taffy Nivert, and Bill Danoff)
The Rising Sons’, Audat 477-9012, 1972
Personnel: Pete Bursey (drums), Jim Rooney (keyboards), Russ Marshall (lead guitar)
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney.

THOMAS TRIO & THE RED ALBINO: Cry (The band and Paddy)
45 rpm single RED7-8901. Side A. From the album 'Jam It Inya'. 1989
Personnel: Jody Richardson: Vocals; Lil Thomas: Guitar; Danny Thomas: Bass; Louis Thomas: Drums; Lori Cooper: Keyboard, Vocals.
Eng/Rec/Prod/Mixed: the band and Paddy
www.thomastrioandtheredalbino.com

WAYNE NESBIT: Maureen Don’t Leave Me Crying (W. Nesbit)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 8085, Side B, 1982
Musicians: N. Bishop, C. Caines, T. MacNeil.
Prod: Wayne Nesbit. Rec: Clode Sound Studios. Eng: N. Bishop & C. Caines.

OMAR BLONDAHL. Mr. Frog Would A’Wooing Go (Trad.)
Folk Songs From Here and There...And Everywhere’, ARC 567. circa 1962
http://cjtm.icaap.org/content/19/v19art4.html

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
The Snakes Crawl At Night (Mel Tillis and Fred Burch)

Memories of Home’, 1973, Marathon ALS 372
Ray MacLean (Lead guitar/vocals), Winston Saunders (Accordion/Fiddle/Mandolin), Bill Chipman (Electric guitar), David Nosworthy (Bass), Bill Whelan (Drums)

JOHN WHITE: The Water Shortage At Winsor Lake (Johnny Burke)
'Raring To Go Vol 2', ARC 90200. (No label, number, or credits inclued with the tape)
Released circa 1990

THE SHAMROCKS: Buckwheat Batter (Unidentified)
‘Newfoundland Old Time Fiddle Music’, Banff RBS. 1055, 1957?
Don Randell: fiddle, Ted Blanchard: fiddle, Eric Dicks: piano

DICK NOLAN: Grandfather’s Clock (Henry Clay Work)
‘Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1’: I Walk the Line - Truck Driving Man’
Unidisc. AGEK-2571, 2008
Originally released on vinyl LP, Arc A-543, circa 1962
www.dicknolan.com

MISTEE MORNING: Hey Good Lookin’ (Hank Williams)
45 rpm single, dubbed from 45 rpm single Periwinkle Records PER 3776, 1977
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod. & Arr: Mistee Morning


SHIRLIEY MONTAGUE: You Win Again (Hank Williams)
‘For the Sake Of A Song’, QUAY CS-8105, 1983

GORDON PINSENT: Time Was (Gordon Pinsent - Cliff Jones)
45 rpm single, from the Musical "Rowdyman", circa 1976
Clifford House Music BMI. Kingpin Prods. CAPAC. Side 1

EDDIE COFFEY:
When You and I Were Young Maggie (George Washington Johnson
, arr. E. Coffey)
‘Bakeapple Time’, COUNTRY CS-6025, circa 1981.
Recorded at Comfort Sound, Toronto & Echo Sound, St. John's.
 

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Oct 13 - Dream Forever
(Program 172)

 ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Dream Time (Adrian Beaumont)
Take It or Leave It’, Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums. Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL.

HARRY MARTIN: Dream Forever (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.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

BOB LAMBERT: Street of Dreams (Victor Young, Sam Lewis)
Knobby’s Lament, Puck Records SAR 2027, 1978
Personnel for this song: Tim Cohoon – Drums, Moog Drum, Maracas, Triangle Bell Tree; Skip Bickwith – Piano; Georges Hebert – Acoustic and Electric Guitar; Don Palmer – Flute and Alto Flute; Brian March – Clarinet.
Background Vocals: Denny Doherty, Paul Mason, Bonnie Beckwith, Beth Harrington.
Lead Vocal: Bob Lambert
Arranged by: Skip Beckwith, Produced by Skip Beckwith. Engineer: Harold Tsistinas
www.corporateentertainers.ca/boblambert.htm

 WARD 6: Just A Country Dream (Eric Anderson)
‘Ward 6’, Cynda CNS 1007, 1971
John Lacey, Gordon Quinton & Boyd Norman
Producer: Dave Todd

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

EDDIE EASTMAN: Dreaming All Over Again (E. Eastman/G. Godard)
‘The Winning Side’, vinyl LP Artisan APL 85001, 1985
Prod: G. Godard & E. Eastman. Eng: Kevin McManus & David McKinley.
Rec: Nashville, Tennessee. Mastered: The Lacquer Channel, Toronto by George Graves
www.eddieeastman.com.

DENIS PARKER & ROGER HOWSE: Bad Dream Blues (Dave Van Ronk)
“Rollin' n' Tumblin'”, cassette tape PHPC8902, 1989
Producer: Glen Tilley, Engineer: Terry Winsor. 
Recorded at Studio F CBC Radio, St. John's, NL.  Parker House Productions
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html ; http://www.rogerhowse.com/

 
DICK NOLAN: Piece of Bologna (Dick Nolan)

‘The Best of Dick Nolan’ (CD),
SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2, 2006
original released on vinyl LP: ‘Dick Nolan’, 1975, RCA KXLI-0096
PERSONNEL: Mel Aucoin, John Bourque, Roddie Lee, Brian Barron, Bob Lucier, Mike Francis, Leroy Anderson
www.dicknolan.com

JOEY SMALLWOOD:
Like Ya Would (Kelly’s Dream) (Narr. tradiononal. Music arr. by R. Robin)
A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
 Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde.
 Prod: Gordon Rowat.  Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound.
 Mastered: Dan Plouffe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joey_Smallwood

RYAN’S FANCY: Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream (Ed McCurdy)
‘Times To Remember’, Audat 477-9074, 1973
Personnel: Fergus O'Byrne, Grant Kennedy (bass). Dermot O'Reilly, Denis Ryan.
Prod: Ryan's Fancy, Eng: Dr. Al Feeney.
www.ryansfancy.com

FATHER BENDAN FOLEY: The Impossible Dream (Mitch Leigh, Joe Darion)
Father Brendan Foley with the Colin James Sound’ THOR 0007, circa 1975.
Personnel: Les Connell - lead guitar, Kevin Hughes - bass guitar, Tom Cloggie - Drums. Musical Direction: Colin James. Prod: Paul Hodsman & Colin James.

 MARK GODWIN: Pink Pillows (Mark Godwin)
Ten For the Road’, cassette tape ACC-49100, circa 1988
Mark Godwin: Clavinova
Prod: Ralph Walker. Rec & Eng: Jim Thompson. No date but circa 1988

EMILE BENOIT: Christina's Dream / Tootsie Wootsie (composer unidentified)
Vive La Rose, ACD 9014 Amber Music, 1992
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.
 

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Oct 6 - Mad Hatter
(Program 171)

THE KEATNIKS: Bumble Boogie (Unidentified)
The Keatnicks, Melbourne, AMLP 4011, 1965
William Keating (lead guitar), Pierre LaJeuness (piano), Maurice Caines (rhythm guitar, vocals), Basil Haire (drums)

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

THE WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: Babylon Mall (J. Snider)
‘Lliving In A Fog’ – Grand East Records GE 1001, 1978
 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

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

DICK NOLAN: Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog (J. H. Clement)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3, Unidisc, AGEK-2573, 2008
original release on LP ‘Moving Out’, Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8
 
www.dicknolan.com

TERRY HYNES: Crazy Lover From Newfoundland (Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, AME Records AME 107X, 1971
Pub: Jiloral-E. Kassner Music Co. (Canada). Recorded at Sound Canada.
Prod: Steve Hunter.

NF SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA with RISING TIDE THEATRE:
Comedy Scene 2 – Donna Butt & David Ross
The Newfie Bullet - A Musical Journey’, Turnabout CTC-32010, 1980
www.nso-music.com ; www.risingtidetheatre.com

JOHN WHITE: Paddy Kelly’s Brew (Tommy Makem)
Raring To Go – Vol. 2’ ARC 90200, cassette tape, circa 1990
Note: The backing musicians/singers are not identified on the liner notes
John White sings Favourites, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

FREE BEER: I’se Da Bye (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.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_Beer_(comedic_musical_duo)

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
.

FREE BEER: Pogorian Chant (composer not indentified)
Clueless’, CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler.
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound.
 
FREE BEER: The Sensuous Button Accordion (composer not identified)
Clueless’, CSPS 2055, 1982
Personnel: Kevin Blackmore, Chris Elliott, Geoff Butler.
Additional Vocals: Helen Shea, Denise Blackmore.
Rec at MUN, Transport Canada Training Commission, & Newfoundsound.

 JOEY SMALLWOOD: I Was Insane (R. Robin)
‘A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde. Prod: Gordon Rowat.  Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound. Mastered: Dan Plouffe
.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joey_Smallwood

THE KEATNIKS: Bumble Boogie (Unidentified)
The Keatnicks, Melbourne, AMLP 4011, 1965
William Keating (lead guitar), Pierre LaJeuness (piano), Maurice Caines (rhythm guitar, vocals), Basil Haire (drums)
 

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Sep 29 - GENERAL MUSIC
(Program 170)

GORDON QUINTON: White Birch (Gordon Quinton)
Sea-Winds’, Woodnight Records WNMR-001, 1988
Personnel: Gordon Quinton - Acoustic guitar.
Recorded & mixed at Echo Music & Recording Co., St. John's.
Eng: Thomas Ronan. Prod: Gordon Quinton.
http://cfm820.ca/ourfutureinmusic/showcases/quinton.html

RON HYNES: Meadowview (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972 
www.hynesite.org

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Has Love Gone Out of Style? (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2, 1977
www.annemarietheresa.com

CATHERINE McKINNON: She’s Like the Swallow (M. Stanbury)
‘Something Old, Something New’,  Arc AS256 - Centennial Series, date ?
Dir. B. Ahearn

ELMER ISELER SINGERS: The Banks of Newfoundland (arr. by Harry Somers)
‘Spectra’, CENTREDISCS CMC 0281, 1981
Conductor: Elmer Iseler, Prod: Anton Kwiatkowski, Eng: Ed Marshall.
Recorded at St. Anne's Anglican Church, Toronto, ON, Mastered: McClear Place Studios Ltd.
www.elmeriselersingers.com

PASADENA GLEE CLUB: A Seal Hunting Song (Trad.)
Harmonies of New Floods’, World Records WRC1-4338, circa 1985.
Recorded by Bern Penton at the Salvation Army Citadel, Pasadena, NL.
 Master: JRS Studios, Gander. Musical Director: G. C. Blackmore
Produced by Joe Dunphy

LITTLE JOHN CAMERON: Write Me A Picture (Vance Bulla)
45 rpm single, Cynda CN-018 Side 2. Prod: Jury Krytiuk, 1972

DICK NOLAN & MARLENE BEUADRY: Burning Bridges (Walter Scott)
‘Newfoundland Song Book, Vol. 5’, Unidisc, AGEK-2575, 2008
originally released as vinyl LP ‘Duet’ Arc AS822 circa 1969-70
www.dicknolan.com

DAVID JACKSON: “I Miss the Rock (Newfoundland)” (David Jackson)
‘Southwest by Northeast’, Independent, circa 1993
www.hightones.com

TOM, JIM & GARTH: Come Home Newfoundlander (John Pittman)
‘Come Home Newfoundlander’, Banff SBS-5240, 1966
Tom Powers, Jim Sampson, Garth Trenaman

ANDY NICCOLS: Farewell Newfoundlanders (John Pittman)

45 rpm single, MELBOURNE WG 3243. (Side 1) (circa 1966?)

BUDDY WASISNAME & the other Fellers:
Gotta Get Me Moose B’y (Kevin Blackmore)

‘Makin’ For the Harbour’, World Records WRC1-4525. 1985
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

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
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html
 

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Sep 22 - Hello Fall !
(Program 169)

BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS: Autumn Waltz (Trad.)
‘Making For the Harbour’, World Records WRC1-452, 1985.
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

 ROY PAYNE: Dogberry Wine (Roy Payne)
Willie’s Yellar Pick Up Truck’, RCA KXL1-0095, 1975
Music by "The East Wind Plus One": Mel, Johnny, Roddy, Bobby, Brian and Peppy.
Producer: Jack Feeney, Engineer: Hayward Parrott, Technician: Dave Balan
Recorded at RCA’s Toronto Studios
www.roypayne.ca

 REG BROWN with DRIFTWOOD: Aunt Jenny’s Dirty Mop (Reg Brown)
Boil Up Time’,  cassette tape RB4C-1000., 1989
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.

BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS:
Partridgeberry Jam (Wayne Chaulk)
‘The Big Tump’, TWPCD 012 Third Wave Productions, 2000
Ray Johnson, accordions and fiddle ; Wayne Chaulk, guitars, mandolin ;
Kevin Blackmore, mandolin, guitars, fiddle ; Byron Pardy, bass guitar
www.buddywasisname.com

GREAT BIG SEA: Berry Picking Time (Trad.)
Great Big Sea’, CD 10088 NRA Productions, 1993
Alan Doyle: vocals, acoustic & electric guitars ;
Bob Hallett : vocals, fiddle mandolin, button accordion, tin whistle, bouzuki ;
Sean McCann: vocals, bodhran, tin whistle ;
Darrell Power: vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, mandolin.
Greg Hawco: percussion.
Produced by Pat Janes & Great Big Sea
Recorded at Piper Stock Studios, Torbay, NL.
www.greatbigsea.ca

TERRY HYNES: Going Home (Terry Hynes)
45 rpm single, AME Records AME 107X (Side 2), 1974
Pub: Jiloral-E. Kassner Music Co. (Canada).
Recorded at Sound Canada. Prod: Steve Hunter. circa 1974

BOB LAMBERT: Harvest (Neil Young)
‘Knobby’s Lament’, Puck Records, SAR2027, 1978
Tim Cohoon, Drums; Skip Beckwith, Electric Bass; Georges Hebert, Acoustic and Electric Guitar;
Bob Lambert, Acoustic Guitar; Paul Mason, Acoustic Piano;
Back ground Vocals: Denny Doherty,Paul Mason, Bonnie Beckwith, Beth Harrington. Lead Vocal: Bob Lambert
Prod & Arr: Skip Beckwith.
Recorded & Mixed at Solar Audio & Recording, Dartmouth, NS
Recording and Mix Engineer: Harold Tsistinas
www.corporateentertainers.ca/boblambert.htm

THE MCNULTY FAMILY: When I Mowed Pat Murphy’s Meadow (J. M. Devine)
Irish Folk Songs, date?, Colonial Stereo LP 621
www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm

 OMAR BLONDAHL: Squarin’ Up Time (Art Scammell)
The Roving Newfoundlander’, Banff RBS. 1142, circa early 1960s
http://cjtm.icaap.org/content/19/v19art4.html

 DICK NOLAN: Japanese Gin (Dick Nolan)
‘The Best of Dick Nolan’ (CD),
SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2, 2006
Originally released on vinyl LP ‘Happy Newfoundlanders’ RCA KCLI-0050, 1974
Produced by Jack Feeney, Recording engineer: Mark Smith
Technicians: Craig Richardson, Alan Moy
www.dicknolan.com

PETER NARVAEZ: Diggin' My Potatoes (S. Terry)
Rock 'n' Roll Ruby’, Terraplane SW 100, 1984.
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.html

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’, BGC-01, circa 1978
Produced by Reg Watkins 

BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS: Autumn Waltz (Trad.)
‘Making For the Harbour’, World Records WRC1-452, 1985.
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
 

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Sep 15 - Wilf Doyle
(Program 168)

WILF & 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
Personnel(acc. to cover photo): Bill Keating(banjo) , Christine Doyle (guitar), Wilf Doyle (accordion), Jack Ghaney (drums)

WILF DOYLE: Star of Logy Bay (Trad.)
‘Canadian Country Classics – Newfoundland Fiddle’.
Rodeo International RCCD 7114. Date unidentified.
orignally released on vinyl LP, ‘Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland’, 1956

JOHN WHITE with Wilf Doyle and His Orchestra:
Mickey Hickey’s Band (Peadar Kearney)

‘Irish Folk Songs’, 1959, Rodeo RLP-85

WILF DOYLE & THE BAND FROM CONCEPTION HARBOUR:
O'Donnell Aboo (Trad.)
Saturday Nite Jamboree’ (CD), 2007, MMaP, MUN
THE 'Band': Wilf Doyle, Christine Doyle

WILF DOYLE AND HIS ORCHESTRA:
Southern Shore Queen
(Gertrude Carew Cahill?)
Isle of Newfoundland’, LONDON NAS-13514, circa 1965
Vocals: Chris Doyle

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
produced by Ben Weatherby

WILF DOYLE AND FAMILY: Souvenirs and Memories (Wilf Doyle)

Souvenirs and Memories’, 1974, Audat 477-9061.
Produced and recorded by Wilf Doyle

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

MARGO ST. JOHN: Walesa's Dream (Lyrics and music by Christine Brown)
‘Death On the Ice”, Independent CD, 2012
Lead vocals: Margo St. John; vocal harmonies. Anne Devine &  Margo St. John.
Musicians: Don Boland, Claude Caines, Neil Bishop, Howie Soutwood.
Prod: St. John's Music, St. John's, NL
Arr: Don Boland

MARY BARRY: January (Mary Barry)
‘January’, Independent cassette tape, 1990
Mary Barry (voice, piano), Chris Mitchell (sax), Bruce Dixon (bass), Dave Burton (drums).
Prod: Glen Meisner. Eng: Karl Falkenham.

MARK GODWIN: The Heart of St. John’s City (Mark Godwin)
Ten For the Road’, cassette tape ACC-49100, circa 1988
Mark Godwin: Clavinova
Prod: Ralph Walker. Rec & Eng: Jim Thompson. No date but circa 1988

WILF DOYLE: Star of Logy Bay (Trad.)
‘Canadian Country Classics – Newfoundland Fiddle’.
Rodeo International RCCD 7114. Date unidentified.
orignally released on vinyl LP, ‘Traditional Jigs & Reels of Newfoundland’, 1956

 

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Sep 8 - Unearthed 2012
(Program 167)

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY: Penetration (Steve Leonard)
The Good, The Bad & The Ugly’, Dominion LPS 48504, circa 1968-70
PERSONNEL: Mickey Andrews: Steel, Randy McDonald: Bass, Gerry Hall: Guitar.
Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk. A Sound Canada Production.

ART SCAMMELL: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (Part 1) (A. R. Scammell)
78 rpm single, RCA, Private Recording PR 131, Montreal 1943
Vocal: Art Scammell; Piano: Dr. Cooper

LEW MURPHY: The Shooting of the Bawks (Art Scammell)
Folk Ballads of Newfoundland’, independent cassette tape, circa 1980s
Accompanied by The Ralph Walker Band

JOHN WHITE: Paddy Kelly’s Brew (Tommy Makem)
Raring To Go – Vol. 2’ ARC 90200, cassette tape, circa 1990
Note: The backing musicians/singers are not identified on the liner notes

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Sweet Souvenirs of Stefan (J. Worth/ L. Reed)
CBC Radio Canada LM 420, 1975
Rec: Halifax by Ira Stwart. Eng: L. Bailey
www.annemarietheresa.com

 
GORDON PINSENT:
Now Is Not The Time (Lyrics: Gordon Pinsent, Music: Ricky Hyslop)
45 rpm single CBC 804. Sound engineer: Ray St. Sauveur. circa 1976
From the CBC television production "A Gift To Last"


JEFF NICHOLSON: The Moon (Jeff Nicholson)
‘The Blooming’, cassette tape WRC4-5330, 1987
Personnel: Jeff Nicholson (guitar, harmonica, voice); Rick Hollett (dx 7, saxophone, flute); Sandy Morris (lead guitar); Nelson Giles (bass); Howie Southwood (drums); Hugh Maquire (harmonies), Delf Maria Hohmann (banjo).
Eng: Rich Knowles. Prod: Rick Hollett. Rec: Echo Music

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE:
Dark Rain (Words: Terry Delaney; Music: Shirley Montague)
‘For the Sake Of A Song’, QUAY CS-8105, 1983
Personnel:
Mel Aucoin: keyboards, steel, bass, strings, rhythm guitar ; Neil Bishop: electric guitar, rhythm guitar ; Mike Billard: drums ; Shirley Montague: vocals.
Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines. Prod: Shirley Montague & Neil Bishop.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

12 GAUGE: I’ll Never Say Goodbye (M. Murphy)
‘First  Shot’, extended play vinyl album. HOOP Records HR 1, 1983
Personnel: Bruce Blackwood: bass & vocals; Jimi Hynes: drums; John Hutton: guitar, roland guitar synth; Mark Murphy: lead vocals, Juno 60.
Prod: Pierre Tremblayl & 12 Gauge. Rec: Studio Vert, Quebec

Lloyd Bartlett: Marble Mountain  (composer unidentified)
‘Audio Tour # 1 - Rose Blanche to Deer Lake’,
cassette tape, no number, Lone Raven Development Limited, 1989
 

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Aug 4 - BOATS
(Program 162)

PLAYLIST

Aug 11 - MUN Radio Recording Studio
(Program 163 )

PLAYLIST

Aug 18 - Vinyl Surf
(Program 164)

PLAYLIST

Aug 25 - Hanging In Vinylville
(Program 165)

PLAYLIST

Sep 1 - Labour Day Special
(Program 166)

PLAYLIST

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(NOTE: Program 158, "The 50s" which was scheduled for July 7 did not air
due to a power outage at Memorial University)

July 11 - SPECIAL LIVE BROADCAST:
'FROM N-L TO T-O'
Co-hosts: Wayne Tucker/Steve Fruitman
(A joint production of
Sugar Camp Music & NewFound Records)


PLAYLIST

PART ONE: Sugar Camp Music (MP3)
(Runs approx. one hour. May take several minutes to download)

1) THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Town Hall Shuffle (Unidentified)
On Stage at The Drake’, Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan (rhythm), Roy Penney (lead), Bunty Petrie (fiddle), Johnny Bourque (bass)
Host: Moose LaTreck
www.dicknolan.com

2) THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Tennessee Flattop Box (Johnny Cash)
‘On Stage at The Drake’, Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
www.dicknolan.com

3)
LARRY HARVEY: High Wind (Harvey –Norris)
45 rpm single, KING 5036, Dee Jay Specia, circa 1956.

 4) JERRY ELI: Burwash Jail (Adams - Eli – Ezzard)
Matador JA-4015 (Side 2). Circa 1976, Produced in Nashville by Jerry Gillespie

 5) YORK COUNTY BOYS: You Done Me Wrong (Lester Flatt/Bill Monroe)
A Bluegrass Legend, ahed AS-8219, date?
re-mastered & re-channelled stereo version of the original album Arc 502, circa 1958.
Personnel: Mike Cameron, Rex Yetman, "Big John" McManamam, Brian Barron, Dusty Legere.

 6) THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Wa-Wa Guitar (Michael Andrews)
‘The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly’, Dominion LPS 48504.
Mickey Andrews: Steel, Randy McDonald: Bass, Gerry Hall: Guitar.
Exec. Prod: Jury Krytiuk. A Sound Canada Production. circa 1969-70

 7) STOMPIN’ TOM CONNORS: The Ketchup Song (T. C. Connors)
‘A Proud Canadian’, Capitol S2-80007
www.stompintom.com

 8) ROY PAYNE: Gerry’s Guitar (Roy Payne)
45 rpm single ViK SD - 2001. Eng: Dave Balan, Prod. Jack Feeney (Side 2), 1978
www.roypayne.ca

 9) HARRY HIBBS: Ode to the Caribou Club (Dick Nolan)
‘Newfoundland’s Greatest’, Ahed AS 8217,  year ?
original release: ‘ Harry Hibbs & the Caribou Showband at the Caribou Club’, 1968, ARC AS 798
www.harryhibbs.com

 10) RAY MCLEAN:
The Newfoundland Club On the Hespler Highway (Leo McCarthy - Ray McLean

‘Tom, Dick, & Harry’, Wabana Records WBN 1, 1980
Personnel: Ray McLean-Guitar, Sam Rose-Accordion, Gerry Keels-Fiddle/Banjo, Tom (Knobby) Wiseman-Fiddle, Paul McLean-Bass, Bill Whalen-Drums.
Exec Prod: Dick Stoyles. Prod: Rob St. Aubin/G. Rowat

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PART TWO: NewFound Records (MP3)
(Runs approx. one hour. May take several minutes to download)

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

 12) REG WATKINS: Come On Down To Toronto (Reg Watkins)
45 rpm single, Signal Sound, circa 1970, Edmonton, Alberta

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

 14) JIM MARTIN: An Island (Ade Abbott/Jimmy Martin)
‘Bringing Back the Memories’

 15) DEREK PILGRIM:
When the Plane Touches Down In Deer Lake  (Roy Payne)

‘Makin’ Progress’
Personne: Derek Pilgrim, Dennis Conn, Gene Falbo, Ian (Ikka) Lehti, Steve Miller, Don Reed,
Steve Smith, Carson Willis, John Baye, John Dusten

 16) GORDON PINSENT: Foggy Dew (Trad tune, lyrics by E. H. Milligan)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/gordon-pinsent

 17) RON HYNES: Cowboy Coloured Day (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972
www.hynesite.org

18) FIGGY DUFF:
Captain & his Whiskers/Fisherman’s Favorite

‘A Retrospective 1974-1993’
Personnel: Art Stoyles, Dave Panting, Pamela Morgan, Noel Dinn, Phillip Dinn.
Prod: Paul Hoffert, Recorded at Manta Sound, 1978
www.ambermusic.ca

 19) CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Rocking Chair Ride (Christopher Kearney)
Christopher Kearney’, Capitol ST6372, 1972
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.

20) TNT: Hobo Sam  (Denis Parker)
 45 rpm single, 1977,  Quay CS-03, 1977
 Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White, Elaine Kilpatrick, Denis Parker,
Prod: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines 1978 at Clode Sound Stephenville, NL
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

 21) GERRY REEVES: Yakety Axe (James Q. "Spider" Rich)
‘Golden Guitar Favourites’, Paragon ALS 314, date not stated, circa 1972

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July 14 - The 60s
(Program 159)

PLAYLIST

July 21 - The 70s
(Program 160)

PLAYLIST

July 28 - The 80s
(Program 161)

PLAYLIST

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June 2 - Sandy Morris
(Program 153)

PLAYLIST
 

June 9 - Peter Narvaez
(Program 154)

PLAYLIST
 

June 16 - Ben Weatherby
(Program 155)

PLAYLIST

June 23 - Lew Skinner (Part 1)
(Program 156)

PLAYLIST

June 30 - Lew Skinner (Part 2)
(Program 157)

PLAYLIST
 

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May 26 - GENERAL MUSIC
(Program 152)

GORDON QUINTON: Mussels In the Corner (Trad.)
Woodnight Moon’, PIGEON INLET PROD. PIP-739, 1982
Produced by Gordon Quinton. Engineered by Jack Winsor.
Personnel: Gordon Quinton, John Lacey. Recorded at Echo Music, St. John's, NL

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

BURL IVES: KILLIGREW’S SOIREE (Johnny Burke)
‘The Classic Years’
originally released on the LP ‘Folk Songs Dramatic and Humorous’, Decca 1953
www.burlives.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: The Wayward Wind (Stanley Lebowsky and Herb Newman)
All Time Country Favourites’, Maritime Records 10000, 1967
Don Randell: fiddle;  Ted Blanchard: bass; Benny Brake: rhythm;  Wally Pynn: lead.
www.joanmorrissey.com

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

REBECCA & COUNTRY SUNSHINE:
Walkin’ After Midnight (Alan Block & Donn Hecht)

‘Rebecca & Country Sunshine’, Kodiak S 4004. circa 1975.
Personnel: Roy Penney (lead guitar & banjo), Ken Near (steel), Roly Chambers (bass & vocals)

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


ROY PAYNE: Canadian Princess (Roy Payne)
Roy Payne’s Country’, RCA Camden CASX-2512, 1971
Produced by George Semkiw, Engineer: George Semkiw
Recorded at RCA Studio’s, Toronto 
www.roypayne.ca

The DU-CATS: Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (Chuck Berry)
The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

PETER NARVAEZ: Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby (Johnny Cash)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Ruby, Terraplane SW 100, 1984
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.html

GORD COMPANION & NIGHTRAIN: Saturday Night (Ward – Companion)
45 rpm single, Tel-Star CHR - 742 3818, Side B. Date?

SCRUNCHI’NS: Guess It Doesn't Matter Any More (P. Anka)
Scrunchin’ns’,  Ocean GH2-476, 1976
J. Terry Hynes, Glen Tilley, Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: The Great Pretender (Buck Ram)
‘Shock Absorber’,  COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions
 
JOHN BOLAND AND BEOTHUCK: Words (Gibb/Gibb/Gibb)

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

ROY PENNEY – Nite Train (author unidentified)
Boss Guitar In Teensville, circa 1966, Arc A 662. 
Personnel: Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney
 

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May 19 - GENERAL MUSIC
(Program 151)

LLOYD BURRY: Caravan (Tizol – Ellington)
‘At the Organ’, RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums.

THE GOOD, THE BAD, & THE UGLY: Roll It Around In Your Mind (Hall)
‘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

TOMMY HUNTER: Born To Be A Gypsy (Roy Payne)
45 rpm vinyl single, RCA PB-50031 (Side A), 1974
Produced by Jack 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

Waiting For the Ladder (Shirley Montague/Terry Delaney)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1987
Produced by Mel Aucoin/Neil Bishop. Engineererd by Neil Bishop/Phil Kasouf.
Personnel: Mel Aucoin, Neil Bishop, Mike Billard, Shirley Montague. 
Recorded & Mixed at KAS-TECH PRODUCTIONS, North Sydney, N.S.

 RON HYNES: Sunday Song (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972

VALDY: Arnold’s Cove (Valdy)
'Landscapes', Haida HL 5014, 1973

 ANN BUTLER:  What About Me (Scott MacKenzie)
Country Sunshine’, Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio, St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.
 

JOHN CHIPMAN: I’m the Biggest Fool In Newfoundland (John Chipman)
45 rpm single, QUAY CS 7823, Side A. Eng: Neil Bishop. Prod: Lewis Skinner  
Personnel: Rusty Walker (steel), Lew Skinner (lead), Claude Caines (bass), Kevin MacNeil (drums), Rick Walsh (piano), Sheila Caines (harmony vocals). 

JOHN LACEY & GORDON QUINTON:
Love Songs (You Can Close Your Eyes) (James Taylor)
Atlantic Folk Festival - Live on the Moxom Farm’, BOOT BOS 7202, 1978
Prod: Pat Martin & Brookes Diamond.
Rec August 1978 on the Moxsom Farm, Hardwood Lands, NS by Solar Audio & Recording.
Mix: Solar & Audio Atlantic. Eng: Pat Martin & Harold Tsistinas

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

Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms (Buck Owens/Jack Clement)
‘Your Little Deeds of Kindness’, RCA Camden KCL1-0061, 1974,

THE DIPSYDOODLERS: Baby You Can Count Me In (Composer Unidentified)
The Dipsydoodlers’, Rodeo International RLP 87, 1959
Cy Brown, Joe English, Brian Johnston (vocal), Danny Behannon, Don Randell, Doug Maher

JEFF WHITE: Funeral (Jeff White)
'Grey Lord', Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976

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May 12 - CHILL
(Program 150 - Rebroadcast of Program 147)

PLAYLIST
 

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May 5 - LEW SKINNER (Part 2)
(Program 149)
 

THE DU-CATS: Round ‘n’ Round (Marvine - Welch- Bennett)
The Du-cats’, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

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: Pete Drake, Scotty Moore, D. J.  Fontana, Willie Rainsford, Chip Young & others
Recorded at Nashville, Tenn.; Prod: Tommy Hill

MINNIE WHITE: Little Wedding (Minnie White)
Newfoundland Accordion & Mandolin Favourites’, 1974, Audat 477-9058.
Back-up: The Country Ducats
Recorded at MUN Studio,
St. John's, NL.  Produced by Fivetake Group Productions

COREY & TRINA: Caroline and Her Young Sailor Beau (Trina Fulford)
Songs of Newfoundland's Corey & Trina’, 1974, Audat 477-9076
Instrumental backing by the Country Ducats.  Recorded at MUN Studios,
St. John's.

ANN BUTLER:  Everybody’s Had the Blues (M. Haggard)
Country Sunshine’, Audat 477-9064, 1974
Recorded at MUN Studio,
St. John's, NL. Eng: Ron Duclos.

GEORGE GRANDY: Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
Gotta Get Back To Newfie’, Audat 477-9041, 1973
Back-up: The Country Ducats
George’s Band: Todd Grandy, Reuben Hiscock, Jim Squires

ERN STACEY: Love’s Gonna Live Here (Buck Owens)
‘Gotta Travel On’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Backed by The Country Ducats
Eng: Ron Duclos. Rec: MUN Studio,
St. John's, NL


RICK BARRON: Teenage Idol (Jack Lewis)
45 rpm single, IDP Independent Producers, WRC3-1821. (Side 2), 1981
Drums: Roger Skinner; Keys: Rick Hollett; Lew Skinner: Guitar: Rik Barron: vocals; Bass: Nelson Giles. Rec. at Lloyd Bartlett's Studio, Freshwater Rd., St. John's, NL
www.rikbarron.com

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

 

 


Apr 28 - LEW SKINNER (Part 1)
(Repeat)
(Program 148 - MP3)
 

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Apr 21 - LEW SKINNER (Part 1)
(Program 148)

THE DU-CATS: Shindig (Hank Marvin – Bruce Welch)
The Du-cats’, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

THE DU-CATS: Hey Woman (Lew Skinner & Bob Battiste)
Rock & Roll comes to Newfoundland & Labrador, an archive, 2007, Three Blind Mice Music
45 rpm single, Rock It, 1964
Personnel: Lew Skinner, Bob Battiste, Jim Crewe, Winston Blackmore, Art Bragg
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

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
.
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

THE DU-CATS: Waiting (Jim Crewe, Claude Caines, Joe Boulos)
45 rpm single, Basques Records, 1968
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

DUCATS SHOWBAND: You Win Again (Hank Williams)
You Can’t Take the Country From the Man’, Compact Disc 2008 Condor HCD 4522
Originally released on vinyl LP, ‘The Ducats Showband’ , Paragon ALS 242, circa 1970
 Personnel: Lew Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

DUCATS SHOWBAND: Fisherman’s Favorite (composer unidentified on album)
‘The Ducats Showband’ , Paragon ALS 242, circa 1970
 Personnel: Lew Skinner, Roger Skinner, Bob Battiste, Claude Caines, Dutch Mason
Prod: Bill Fisher; Eng: Jack Hutchison; Exec. Prod: Jack Boswell
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

THE DU-CATS: Peace Pipe (N. Paramor)
The Du-cats, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html
 

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Apr 14 - CHILL
(Program 147)

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

BEN WEATHERBY: BAY BORN B’Y (Pat Maher/B. Weatherby)
Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland’ (CD), Condor HCD 4462, date?
originally released on LP  ‘Our Lady Newfoundland’, MMS-76061, Marathon, 1974


HARRY MARTIN: Wouldn’t It Be Wonderful (Harry Martin)
Harry Martin’, QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin, Betty Jean Hynes,
Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.


BOB LAMBERT: I Dream of You ( B. Lambert)
Knobby’s Lament’, Puck Records SAR 2027, 1978
Personnel for this song: Tim Cohoon/Drums; Skip Beckwith/Electric bass & Fender Rhodes piano; Paul Mason/Acoustic piano; Bob Lambert: Lead and Background vocals.
Produced by Skip Beckwith. Engineer: Harold Tsistinas
Arranged by Jim Duff, Bob Lambert, and Skip Beckwith

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: The Mauve Line (Shirley Montague & Terry Delaney)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1987
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.

MARY BARRY: Moonlight Café (Mary Barry)
45 rpm single, LOST ISLAND RECORDS LOS-1022-A., 1989
Prod: Glen Meisner. Eng: Karl Falkenham.
http://www.marybarry.ca/index.shtml

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Newfoundland (F. Quinlan)
‘Shock Absorber’, COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: The Sea Calls (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, Gordon Quinton, Howie Southwood, Darroch Wiseman, Glen Sully Sandy Morris.

JEFF WHITE: Happy (A Song For Susan) (Jeff White)
‘Grey Lord’, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976
www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

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

DICK NOLAN: Me Granny (John Meeks – Samuel Laycock)
‘A Country Song’, 1976, Boot Records, BTM 2001
www.dicknolan.com

CHRIS HENNESSEY: Ballad Of a Sad Café (Chris Hennessy)
Ballad Of a Sad Café’, BOOT RECORDS 5BOS-7188, 1978
Personel: Chris Hennessey; David McIsaac; J. P. Ellis'  Al Feeney; Len Brennan; George Brothers, Len McDonald; Dave Hellyer; Gordie Thomas; John J. Alphonse.
Rec: Audio Atlantic, Halifax. Prod & Arr: Chris Hennessy

12 GUAGE: Innovations (12 Guage)
45 rpm single, Quay CS 8010, 1980
Prod. by: 12 Guage.  Eng. by: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines
 

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Apr 7 - NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIG
(Program 146)

GERRY REEVES: Yakety Axe (James Q. "Spider" Rich)
‘Golden Guitar Favourites’, Paragon ALS 314, date not stated, circa 1972

NEWFOUNDLAND SHINDIGS: Why, Oh Why (Charles Martin)
45 rpm single, Star ST-18, Side B, circa mid 1960s
Probable Personnel: Roddy Leprieur, Gerry Formanger, Charles Martin, Ronnie Alexander, Harry Cormier

NORTHWIND: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (Carole King/Gerry Goffin)
45 rpm single QUAY CS 7802, Side B, 1978
Eng. & prod. by Neil Bishop & Warren Harris

RICK BARRON: Teenage Idol (Jack Lewis)
45 rpm single, IDP Independent Producers, WRC3-1821. (Side 2), 1981
www.rikbarron.com

HELPING HANDS: Sing Me A Song (Frank Dobbin)
45 rpm single, WRC3-4277, 1985
Vocals: Frank Dobbin, Jamie Snider, Melissa Smith, & Jacinta Cormier.
Other musicians: Selwyn Carter, Gerry Manuel, Don Ryan, Noel George, Jim Solo.
Rec: J.S.R. Studio, Gander.

WONDERFUL GRAND BAND: St. John’s Waltz (Ron Hynes)
Newfoundland’s Greatest Hits Vol. 1’, Tapestry GD-7374. 1980
Prod: Rick Butler
www.wonderfulgrandband.com

KAOS: Undercover (Rainer Wiechmann)
‘25 Years of Rock on the Rock’, (no label or number), 2002
originally released on the EP ‘Total Kaos’, 1986
Personnel: Vocals: Sindi Wiechmann; lead guitar: Rainer Weichmann;
lead & rhythm guitar: Todd McLeod; Drums: Sandy Forbes; Bass: Darrin Bruce.
Recorded at Mr. Mole Studio; Produced by Rainer Wiechmann

HARDSHIP POST: Sugarcane (Lippa)
45 rpm single, Mag Wheel Records (no number), 1992
Rec. & Mix: Don Ellis

TNT: Fantasy Child (Denis Parker)
‘TNT’, circa 1978, Quay CS-7801
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

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

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

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

ROY PENNEY:  Ring Of Fire (June Carter and Merle Kilgore)
Boss Guitar In Teensville,  circa 1966, ARC A 662
Mickey McGivern, Mark McGivern, Bill Bartlett, Roy Penney

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Mar 31 - CONFEDERATION (LISTEN)
(Program 145)

WILF DOYLE: The Squid Jiggin’ Ground (A. R. Scammell)
25 Newfoundland Accordion Favourites’, Audat 477-9087, circa 1976

OMAR BLONDAHL: An Anti-Confederation Song (unknown author)
‘Once Again For Newfoundland’, Melbourne AMLP 4007

FERGUS O’BYRNE: The "Antis" Of Plate Cove (Mark Walker)
‘We Will Remain’, SS 9803, Singsong Inc., 1998
Vocals and arrangements: Fergus O’Byrne. Music: Traditional
Prod: Jason Whelan. Exec. Prod.: Steve Delaney & Paul Delaney
Recorded, engineered, mixed, and mastered at The Sound Solution.
Additional engineering: Lee Tizzard
www.ryansfancy.com ; www.singsonginc.ca

THREE EXCERPTS FROM “…and OH WHAT A BATTLE IT WAS!”
the debate, motion and vote on Newfoundland’s entry into Confederation
No label, QC 1093, circa 1978
Excerpts from the original tapes, narrated by George Baker

JOAN MORRISSEY – Anti-Confederation Song (arr. Tom Cahill)

Home Brew’, 1973, Marathon MS 2118
www.joanmorrissey.com

ART SCAMMELL: Confederation Song (Art Scammell)
My Newfoundland, circa 1974, Audat 477 9043
Guitar: Gary Davis

CELEBRATION SINGERS: Confederation Celebration Song (Beth Harrington)
‘Songs of Confederation Celebration’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

DAVID BARNES: Our Province Newfoundland (David Barnes)
'Songs of Confederation Celebration’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

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’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

ROGER SHEPPARD: A Joyful Celebration (Roger Sheppard)
'Songs of Confederation Celebration’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

DICK NOLAN: Happy Anniversary Newfoundland (Roy A. Payne)
Happy Anniversary Newfoundland’, RCA KCL1-0050, 1974
www.dicknolan.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Don’t Come Where We’re To (Monaghan/Cahill)
Home Brew’, Marathon MS 2118, 1973
www.joanmorrissey.com

JOEY SMALLWOOD: I Did It Because (R. Robin)
‘A Living Legend’, Robin Records WRC 1-935, 1979
Personnel: Mack Barfoot, Rob St. Aubin, Harry Frump, C. Clyde. Prod: Gordon Rowat.  Exec. Prod: R. Robin. Rec: Newfound Sound. Mastered: Dan Plouffe
.
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/confederation/023001-4000.72-e.html
 
RED ISLAND: Centennial Highway (Rufus Guinchard)
In Pursuit of the Wild Bologna, Quay CS-7803, 1978
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best
Prod: Red Island & Neil Bishop. Eng: Neil Bishop. Rec: Clode Sound Productions.
www.donwalsh.com/local.html

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Mar 24 - GENERAL
(Program 144)

GEOFF BUTLER & HAROLD (HANK) WILLIAMS:
Tommy Jacksons Breakdown (Tommy Jackson)
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.

THE ONCE: By the Glow of the Kerosene Light (Wince Coles)
Row Upon Row Of the People They Know’, Borealis, BCD212, 2011
Personnel: Phil Churchill, Geraldine Hollett, Andrew Dale
Prod: Mark Neary and The Once (and Bob Hallett)
Eng: Don Ellis, Krisjan Leslie and Laurence Currie
The Studios: Fat Track,  St. John’s; Lab of Chaos, St. John’s; Sunnyside Studios, Toronto
Mixer: Laurence Currie; Master: Joao Carvalho
www.theonce.ca

PASADENA GLEE CLUB: They Call Me A Wry Man (G. C. Blackmore)
Harmonies of New Floods’, World Records WRC1-4338, circa 1985.
Produced by Joe Dunphy.
Recorded by Bern Penton at the Salvation Army Citadel, Pasadena, NL. Master: JRS Studios, Gander.
Musical Director: G. C. Blackmore.

ALAN MacArthur: Oran na Caillich (Allan McDougall)
‘Songs Of The Newfoundland Outports’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7319, 1984
Rec: Kenneth Peacock. Prod: Kelly Russell.

www.pigeoninlet.com

THE CORMIERS: MacArthur's Island (G. Cormier)
The Shamrock, Thistle & Rose’, TCCD-1001, 2002
The Cormiers: Mallory Johnson, Loretta (Johnson) Cormier, Gordon Cormier
Other musicians: Sandy Morris, Rod Chipman, Graham Wells, Colin Carrigan, Billy Sutton
Prod: Rick Hollett & The Cormiers
Rec. & Mix: Rick Hollet & Kevin Pinhorn @ Record Time Production, St. John’s, NL
Mastering: Dermot Carberry 
www.thecormiers.ca

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY:
The Tara Songs (Joachim Murray/W. B. Yeats/Anne-Marie Murray)
‘Songs For All Seasons’, no label or number, 2007
Originally released on cassette tape, 1980
Prod: Ira Steward. Arr: Dave Woods. Prod:/Arr: Andrew Huggett.
Piano/Co-Prod/Co-arr: Anne-Marie Murray. Violin: Victor Pomer. Gaston Lavoie: Director General. Eng/Re-mastering: Charles Fairfield. Marc Productions, Ottawa
 
www.annemarietheresa.com

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

CHARLIE CROCKER: Working Man Blues (Merle Haggard)
‘My Kinda Country’, CCCD-1001, 2001
Vocals & Acoustic Guitar: Charlie Crocker; Electric Guitar: Steve Piticco; Bass Guitar: Gene Falbo; Pedal Steel Guitar: Rusty Walker; Fiddle: Don Reid; Drums: Frank Woodcock; Keyboards: Bill Johnson; Background Vocals: Anita Perras & Frank Woodcock
Prod: Charlie Crocker & Ches Senior; Eng: Doug Deveaux
Rec: Bentonwood Studios, Whitby

ERN STACEY:
Today I Started Loving You Again (Merle Haggard, Bonnie Owens)
‘Gotta Travel On’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
Backed by The Country Ducats
Eng: Ron Duclos. Rec: MUN Studio, St. John's, NL

KEVIN ROWSELL: The Gambler (Don Schlitz)
45 rpm single, Newfoundlander Records NRS-451, 1979
Guitar: Roy Penney. Harmony: Dick Nolan

HELPING HANDS: Answering The Call (Frank Dobbin)
45 rpm single, WRC3-4277, 1985
Vocals: Frank Dobbin, Jamie Snider, Melissa Smith, & Jacinta Cormier.
Other musicians: Selwyn Carter, Gerry Manuel, Don Ryan, Noel George, Jim Solo.
Rec: J.S.R. Studio, Gander.


THE DU-CATS: Shindig (Hank Marvin – Bruce Welch)

The Du-cats, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018, 1966
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html
 

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Mar 17 - ST. PAT
(Program 143)

RAY WALSH:
St Patrick's Day March/Green Flag March/Kelly The Boy From Killane
(Trad. arr. R. Walsh)

‘All Around Newfie Accordion’, Audat 477-9071, 1975
accompanied by the "All Around the Circle" band. 
Recorded at MUN Studios, St. John's, NL circa 1975.
www.walshfamilyband.com

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: O'Hara From Tara (Trad. arr. John White)
John White plays Favourites’, Audat 477-9030, circa 1973.
Prod: Al Feeney. Rec: MUN Radio, St. John's, NL

MCNULTY FAMILY: Somewhere In Ireland (author unidentified on album)
Irish Folk Songs’, 1950s, Colonial Recordings, COL-ST-621-A
http://www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm

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

RYAN’S FANCY: Tipperary's My Dream (D. Ryan, B. Gough)
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

HARRY HIBBS:
How Can I Buy Killarney (
Freddie Grundland, Hamilton Kennedy, Gerald Morrison, Ted Steels)
‘Somewhere At Sea’, CC LP 7004, circa 1971
Toronto, ON: Arc Sound Ltd. A Proper Kent Production
www.harryhibbs.com

DICK NOLAN: Forty Shades of Green (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 4’, 2008, Unidisc AGEK-2574
originally released on vinyl LP, Lukey’s Boat, circa 1968, Arc As-810
www.dicknolan.com

THE NEWFOUNDLAND SHOWBAND:
Moonlight In Mayo (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney)
‘Newfoundland Showband 20 Hits’, Heritage Music, Condor HCD 4445.
Personnel: Ray McLean, Winston Saunders, Bill Chipman, Dave Noseworthy, Bill Whelan

originally released on vinyl LP, ‘Memories of Home’, Marathon ALS 372, 1973

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
www.buddywasisname.com

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: O’Brien Has No Place To Go (P.D.)
Anne-Marie Murray’, 1977, Radio Canada International, RCI 433
Personnel: Eric Robertson: piano/harpsichord; Gary Gross: accordion; Peter Schenkman: cello;
Jimmy Amaro: bass; Jack Zaza: flute/mandolin/harmonica/penny whistle; Bruce Farquhar: drums
Arrangements: Dave Woods; Producer: Edward Farrant; Sound: Paul Zaza
www.annemarietheresa.com

OLIVE BAYLE and the IRISH TRADITION: The Leprachaun (Don Mclennan)
My Green Valleys’, CYNDA CNS-1031, 1974
Personnel: Olive Bayle, Willie Haughton-guitar/vocals; Bob Shortt-mandolin/banjo;
Jimmy Steadman-bass/vocals.
Prod: John Capek.

THE CARLTON SHOWBAND: Sing Irishman Sing (Roy Payne)
‘Sing Irishman Sing’, RCA Camden CASX-2539, 1972
Vocal: Chris McLaughlin
Prod: Jack Feeney. Eng: Mark Smith. Rec. Tech: 'Cub' Richardson.
String Arrangements: John Arpin
www.carltonshowband.com

SONS OF ERIN: Time Gentlemen Please (Ken Stanley)
45 rpm single, DOMINION 151, circa 1971

THE MCNULTY FAMILY:
Leather Away With the Wattle O Polka (composer unidentified)
‘A Night In Ireland (Vol 1) with the McNulty Family’, Copley DWL 9-610``
http://www.roscommonhistory.ie/People/mcnulty/mcnulty.htm
 

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Mar 10 - THE 80s
(Program 142)

FIGGY DUFF: Emile’s Reels (unidentified on record)
Figgy Duff’, Posterity Records, PTR 13014, 1980
Noel Dinn: drums, vocal harmony, piano ; Pamela Morgan: vocals, guitar, tin whistle, piano ;
Dave Panting: mandolin, bass, vocal harmony, guitar ; Geoff Butler: button accordions

Recorded and mixed at Nimbus 9 (Sound Stage) Studios, Toronto, ON.
Produced by Gary Furniss and Tom Treumuth for Hypnotic Productions
www.ambermusic.ca

DAVE & AUBREY: Bartender’s Sweetheart (Dave & Aubrey, & Ellis Coles)
Bartemder’s Sweethear’t KLX1-0386 , 1980. 
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Claude Caines, Betty Jean Hynes, Bruce White, Kevin Beanland, Rick Walsh.
Recorded at Clode Sound Studios, Stephenville

SIMANI: Hibernia Waltz (Bud Davidge)
Saltwater Cowboys’, QUAY CS-8059, 1981,
Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville., NL.
Personnel: Sim Savory & Bud Davidge, Ted MacNeil, Neil Bishop, Claude Caines,
Betty Jean Hynes, Reg Eddy, and Rick Walsh.

HARRY MARTIN: Wouldn’t It Be Wonderful (Harry Martin)
Harry Martin’, QUAY CS-8055, circa 1981
Personnel: Neil Bishop, Claude Caines, Ted MacNeil, Mel Aucoin, Harry Martin,
Betty Jean Hynes, Tommy Doyle, Fred Truitt.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

CHILLIWACK: Sign Here (Bill Henderson/Brian MacLeod)
Wanna Be A Star’, Solid Gold Records SGR-1006, 1981.
Personnel: Bill Henderson, Brian MacLeod, Ab Bryant.
Prod: Bill Henerson/Brian MacLeod assisted by Ab Bryant
www.gonegonegone.com

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

JIM PAYNE & KELLY RUSSELL: Twin Lakes (Trad.)
Jim Payne & Kelly Russell’, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7314, 1983
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.

TERRY KELLY: Drivin’ To Mexico (T. Kelly & D. O'Doherty)
On the Move’, GUN RECORDS TKPC 8391, 1984
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

DICK NOLAN: Silver Sea (Evans & Wainwright)
‘My East Coast’, Condor HCD-4423, circa 1994
originally released on vinyl LP ‘Welcome Aboard’, Boot BTM 2008, 1984
 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

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

 BOBBY O’DONOVAN:
‘Ain’t Misbehavin’’ (Fats Waller, Harry Brooks, & Andy Razaf)
The Fiddler’, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C., August 1986

SHIRLEY MONTAGUE: The Mauve Line (Shirley Montague & Terry Delaney)
Different Paths’, MAUVE RECORDS ACR-7058, 1987
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
.

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

GORDON QUINTON: Journey Home (Gordon Quinton)
Sea-Winds’, Woodnight Records WNMR-001, 1988
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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Mar 3 - THE 70s
(Program 141)

HARRY HIBBS: Scotland I Am Coming Home To Thee (composer unidentified)
Harry Hibbs Fourth’, Arc AS 821, vinyl LP released in 1970
Rec: Bay Studios, Toronto. Prod: Ray Kent
www.harryhibbs.com

GERALD MITCHELL: High On the Mountain Of Old Mokami (Byron Chaulk)
‘The Hunt & other songs of Labrador’, Marathon MS 2101, 1970

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

DICK NOLAN: Fisherman’s Boy (Len Crewe)
‘Fisherman’s Boy’, RCA Camden CAS-2576, 1972
Prod: Ben Weatherby. Rec: M.U.N. Radio Studios, St. John's, NL.
www.dicknolan.com

RON HYNES: Cowboy Coloured Day (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’, Audat 477-9026, 1972
www.hynesite.org

JOAN MORRISSEY: Lonely, Sad and Blue (Composer unidentified on album)
Headin’ Eastbound’, Marathon ALS 389, 1973
www.joanmorrissey.com 

ED ROWSELL: Another Bridge To Burn (Harlan Howard)
‘Close Up’, Audat 477-9060, 1974
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 ; www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

THE SONS OF ERIN: Nora (Sean O'Casey)
The Town I Love So Well’, Erinsons Records ERN1100S, 1975
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

ROY PAYNE: Outlaw Heroes (Roy Payne)
Outlaw Heroes’, RCA KXL1-0163, 1976
John Arpin: leader, arranger, piano ; Jack Zaza: bass, clarinet, sax, harp ; Barry Keane: drums ; Red Shea: lead guitars ;
Brian Russell: lead guitars ; Alistair Morrison: rhythm guitar ; Lance Bennett: harp ;
Bob Lucier: steel guitars & dobro ; Al Brisco: steel guitars & dobro ; Laurie Bower Singers: background vocals

Prod: Jack Feeney, Eng: Hayward Parrott
www.roypayne.ca

JEFF WHITE: Happy (A Song For Susan) (Jeff White)
‘Grey Lord’, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001, 1976
www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

RED ISLAND: In Pursuit Of the Wild Balogna (Jamie Snider)
‘In Pursuit of the Wild Balogna’, Quay CS-7803, 1978
Jamie Snider, Don Walsh, Derek Pelley, Bruce Crummell, Shawn Power, Brian Best
www.donwalsh.com/local.html

A. FRANK WILLIS: Things Were the Same (A. Frank Willis)
Getting Myself Togetherj’, circa HARE records WRC 1-564, 1978
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...
http://www.afrankwillis.com/

GORDON QUINTON: Guitar Breakdown Boogie (Cecil McEachern)
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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Feb. 25 - FOLK/ROCK
(Program 140)

BOBBY O’DONOVAN: The Sweetness Of Mary (Joan MacDonald Boes)
The Fiddler’, Imperial Records, Vancouver CS 986, 1986
Personnel: Eamonn Morris-piano arrangements, Terry Boyce-percussion.
Rec: Grapevine Studios, Vancouver B.C., August 1986


THE BARKIN’ KETTLE: The Young Doctor - Kerry Polka (Unidentified)
Tradition - Songs, Stories & Tunes from Newfoundland and Labrador’,  PIP 7317. 1983
Personnel: Jean Hewson (vocals & guitar); Brian Murphy (bouzouki); Wanda Crocker (mandolin); Marilyn Benson (tin whistle); Lindsay Hartery (bass)
Prod: Kelly Russell, Tech. Prod: Wallace Hammond.

MUN CHAMBER CHOIR: That St. John’s Girl (arr. D. F. Cook)
‘Winter’s Gone & Past and other songs of Newfoundland’, World Records WR-18, 1979
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

ANN MARTIN & ESTER SQUIRES: Rocks of Merasheen (Al Pittman, Pat Byrne)

The Lonesome Boatman’, PIP-7315 with the Bowman & Broderick familie, 1981
Ann Martin: vocal & guitar; Ester Squires: background vocal
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin
.

GARY O’DRISCOLL: Bay Bulls Fishermen (G. O’Driscoll)
‘A “Time” In Bay Bulls’, cassette tape, Homespun Records HSR-003, WRC4-6452, 1990.
Performers: Francis Aspell, Mary Drew, Westy & Victor Williams, Con O'Brien, Ronnie Power, Leo Williams,
Gerard O'Driscoll, Gary O'Driscoll. Prod: Gary O'Driscoll

www.rocket88s.ca/Music/gary_odriscoll.html

DAVID BARNES: Our Province Newfoundland (David Barnes)

‘Songs of Confederation Celebration’, Audat Custom/World Records C-123, 1974

GEORGE ROWSELL: Wonderful Years (Fred Rowsell)
Hotel Gander’, BelAir Records 1983

THE DU-CATS: Mabellene (Chuck Berry - R. Fratto - A. Fred)
‘The Du-cats’, 1966, RCA Victor Canada International, PC-1018
Lewis “Butch” Skinner, Jim Crewe, Bob Battiste, Joe Boulos, Winston Blackmore
www.theducats.ca/Welcome.html

J. TERRY HYNES & GOODTIME: Chantilly Lace (J. P. Richardson)
Goodtime’, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318, 1974
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes

PETER FRANCIS QUINLAN: Shock Absorber (F. Quinlan)
‘Shock Absorber’, COD WRC1-1118, 1979
Recorded at Audio Atlantic & Clode Sound, Remixed by Clode Sound Productions

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

Prod: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines 1978 at Clode Sound Stephenville, NL
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

DICK NOLAN: Truck Drivin’ Son Of A Gun (Dixie Dean & Robert A. King)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 3, Unidisc AGEK-2573, 2008
www.dicknolan.com

RED ISLAND: Centennial Highway (Rufus Guinchard)
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.
 

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Feb. 18 - TRUXTON AND POLLUX
(Program 139)

LLOYD BURRY: Walking On Air (Len Moss)
‘At the Organ’, RCA VICTOR CTLS-1081, circa late 1960s?
Personnel: Jack Zaza; bass guitar; Archie Alleyne: drums.

BOB LAMBERT: Street of Dreams (Victor Young, Sam Lewis)
Knobby’s Lament, Puck Records SAR 2027, 1978
Personnel for this song: Tim Cohoon – Drums, Moog Drum, Maracas, Triangle Bell Tree; Skip Bickwith – Piano; Georges Hebert – Acoustic and Electric Guitar; Don Palmer – Flute and Alto Flute; Brian March – Clarinet.
Background Vocals: Denny Doherty, Paul Mason, Bonnie Beckwith, Beth Harrington. Lead Vocal: Bob Lambert
Arranged by: Skip Beckwith. Produced by Skip Beckwith. Engineer: Harold Tsistinas

HARRY MARTIN: Dream Forever (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.
Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville. Eng & Prod:. Claude Caines & Neil Bishop.

TNT: Once Around the Harbour (Denis Parker)
TNT’, Quay CS-7801, 1977
Elaine Kilpatrick, Neil Bishop, Ted MacNeil, Denis Parker, Claude Caines, Brian Murphy, Bruce White
www.rowdyblues.com/denisparker.html

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

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

DICK NOLAN: The Feller That Looked Like Me (P.D. Arr. Dick Nolan)
The Best of Dick Nolan, SONY BMG, 82876-78296-2, 2006
Originally on vinyl LP - Home Again This Year, 1972, RCA CASX 2603
Produced by Jack Feeney
www.dicknolan.com

RON HYNES: Under Attack (Ron Hynes)
‘Discovery’,  Audat 477-9026, 1972
www.hynesite.org

GERRY STRONG: The Lonesome Boatman (composer unidentified on album)
‘The Lonesome Boatman’, Pigeon Inlet Productions, PIP-7315, 1981
Eng: Rob St Aubin & Bern Penton. Rec & Mix: Pigeon Inlet Productions.
Prod: Don Walsh. Project Coordinator: Barry Martin.


SIMANI: Loss Of the Truxton and Pollux (Bud Davidge)
‘Outport People’, cassette tape SDC-785A, 1986
Manufactured & Distributed by SWC Productions


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

 PAT AND JOE BYRNE with BAXTER WAREHAM:
High Degree (Trad. Lyrics A. Pittman)
Towards the Sunset’, 1983, Pigeon Inlet Productions PIP-7318

BRUCE MOSS: The Way I Feel (Bruce Moss)
45 rpm single,  QUAY CS 7825 (Side A), circa 1979
Eng: Neil Bishop.  Prod. by: Bruce Moss & Neil Bishop


ADRIAN BEAUMONT: Mozart Swing (Adrian Beaumont)
'
Take It or Leave It', Quay CS-8082, 1982
Personnel: Adrian Beaumont-Piano, Terry Burke-Bass, Jerry LeDrew-Guitar, Ted MacNeil-Drums.
Prod & Arr: Adrian Beaumont.
Eng: Neil Bishop/Claude Caines. Rec: Clode Sound, Stephenville, NL

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Feb. 11 - BOOM BOOM BOOM, ROAR ROAR ROAR

(Program 138)

RALPH WALKER: BULLSEYES & ROYAL BLENDS (Ralph Walker)
'Back To My Home', cassette tape ACC-4908, 1988
Ralph Walker: Keyboards/Synthesizer/Vocal Composer/Arranger/Producer.
Eng: Jim Thompson
.

ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Kelligrew’s Soiree (Johnny Burke)
'Anne-Marie Murray', Radio Canada International, RCI 433, 1977
Personnel: Eric Robertson: piano/harpsichord; Gary Gross: accordion; Peter Schenkman: cello;
Jimmy Amaro: bass; Jack Zaza: flute/mandolin/harmonica/penny whistle; Bruce Farquhar: drums

Arrangements: Dave Woods; Producer: Edward Farrant; Sound: Paul Zaza
www.annemarietheresa.com

LEW MURPHY: Outport Members Family (Maurice A. Devine)
'Ballads of Land & Sea', 1989, With the Ralph Walker Band & Dr. Eric Abott on organ

OTTO KELLAND: Boom Boom Boom Roar Roar Roar (Otto Kelland)
'Songs of the Anchor Watch',  Citadel CTL 111, circa 1962
Leonard Meehan: tenor ; organist: Eric O. Abbott ; guitar: Russell Clarke


STAN ROGERS: Cliffs of Baccalieu (Jack Withers)
‘For the Family’, Folk Tradition FT-R002, 1983.
Personnel: Stan Rogers, Garnet Rogers, Jim Morison.
Exec Prod: Valerie Rogers & Tor Jonassen. Eng: Greg Roberts. Assist: Ian Galloway.
Prod: Stan Rogers, Garnet Rogers & Jim Morison.
http://www.stanrogers.net/

GORDON LIGHTFOOT: Cod Liver Oil (adapted by Johnny Burke)
'
Canadian Talent Library' S 5049, 1964
www.gordonlightfoot.com

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

DICK NOLAN: The Fugitive (Liz & Casey Anderson)
'Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 3', Unidisc, AGEK-2573, 2008
original release on LP ‘Moving Out’, Arc A-740 (mono), AS-740 (stereo), circa 1967/8
www.dicknolan.com

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

CHILLIWACK: (Don’t Wanna) Live For A Living (Brian MacLeod)
'Wanna Be A Star', Solid Gold Records SGR-1006, 1981.
Personnel: Bill Henderson, Brian MacLeod, Ab Bryant.
Prod: Bill Henerson/Brian MacLeod assisted by Ab Bryant
www.gonegonegone.com

SCOTT GOUDIE: Ain’t No Reason (Scott Goudie)
'Renata', Quay CS-8077, 1982
Musicians: Scott Goudie: vocals/rhythm, slide & lead guitar; Neil Bishop: lead guitar & rhythm;
“Teddy” MacNeil: drums; Skip Abbot: bass; Charlie Wade: percussion; Rick Hollett: piano & sax;
Jamie Snider; violin; Bill Barry: harmony vocals; Donna Cooke: harmony vocals;
Peter Narvaez: harmonica; rhythm guitar.
Prod.: Scott Goudie & Neil Bishop; Eng.: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines;
Mixing: Neil Bishop.  Recorded at Clode Sound Productions, Stephenville, NL.  Dedicated to Rick Sheppard.
www.rowdyblues.com

HARDSHIP POST: Sugarcane (Lippa)
45 rpm single, Mag Wheel Records (no number), 1992
Rec. & Mix: Don Ellis

DEREK PELLEY: Roll Down the Line (Derek Pelley)
'Near Life Experience', cassette tape, ALONE STONE 0001,  circa 1990-1991?
Personnel: Derek Pelley, Dave Mattacks, Maartin Allcock, Neil Bishop.
Prod: Derek Pelley, Eng: Tim Matyear. Rec: Woodworm Studio, England, 1987 & '89.


GORDON QUINTON: Journey Home (Gordon Quinton)
'Sea-Winds', Woodnight Records WNMR-001, 1988
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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Feb. 4 - HAPPY BIRTHDAY DICK NOLAN
(Program 137)

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

DICK NOLAN: I’d Rather Die Young (composer?)
I Walk the Line’,  Arc A-543, 1962
Lead guitar: Ben Weatherby


DICK NOLAN: Give My Love To Rose
(Cash)
Home of the Blues’: Olympic DM-203, Scarborough, ON, circa 1962

THE BLUE VALLEY BOYS: Donna On My Mind (Billy Barton)
On Stage at The Drake’, Arc A 579, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan (vocals & rhythm), Roy Penney (lead),
Bunty Petrie (fiddle), Johnny Bourque (bass)
Host: Moose LaTreck


DICK NOLAN and The Blue Valley Boys: My Old Brown Coat and Me (author unknown)
‘Echoes of the Atlantic’,Continental Maple, CML/CMS 1005/, circa 1962-3
Personnel: Dick Nolan - vocals; Roy Penney - electric guitar; Tommy St. Dennis - steel guitar;
Fred Hussey - Spanish guitar; Johnny Bourque - bass


DICK NOLAN: Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis)
Truck Driving Man’, Arc A-633, circa 1964

DICK NOLAN: The King of Fools (McGivern-Nolan)
‘Movin’ Out’, Arc A/S-740, circa 1967-8
Direction: Ben Weatherby


DICK NOLAN: Ballad Of Thunder Road (Don Raye & Robert Mitchum)
‘Arc Country Hits’, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8

DICK NOLAN: Daddy Sang Bass (Carl Perkins)
‘Folsom Prison & other Johnny Cash Songs’, Arc AS-807, circa 1968

DICK NOLAN: Son of Hickery Hollers Tramp (Dallas Frazier)
I Want To Live’, Arc AS-776, Toronto circa 1968
Recorded: Bay Studios, Toronto, Direction: Ben Weatherby
A PRODUCT OF ARC SOUND LTD., TORONTO, ONTARIO

DICK NOLAN: Six White Horses (Larry Murray)
‘Country’ (with Marlene Beaudry), Arc AS-819, circa 1970

DICK NOLAN: If I Were A Carpenter (Tim Hardin)

Duet’, Arc As-822, Toronto, circa 1969/70

DICK NOLAN: He’s Got The Whole World In His Hands (Trad.)

‘Family Bible’ (Remastered & Expanded), Condor HCD 4412, 2010
PERSONNEL: Dick Nolan: Vocals: Rhythm Guitar; Gerry Companion: Lead Guitar; Maggie Bourgeios: Keyboards;
Ollie Strong: Pedal Steel Guitar; Brian Lock: Bass; Steve Rideout: Drums;
Back-Up Vocals: Norma Gale, Dusty Bulmer, Dick Nolan
Recorded and mixed by Dennis Brunet at Shag Sound.  Recorded April 1995

DICK NOLAN: Funny How Time Slips Away (Willie Nelson)
(Instrumental edit by Wayne Tucker)
‘A Country Song’, Boot Records, BTM 2001, 1976
Prod: Jury Krytiuk.  Eng: Peter Mann
 

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Jan. 28 - THEM GOOD OLD DAYS
(Program 136)

EDDIE COFFEY & CHUCK SIMMS: Oldman & Old Woman (Trad.)
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
www.eddiecoffey.ca ; http://www.ambrec.com/Homepages/chuck/chuck.htm

TERRY KELLY: The Swinger (T. Kelly)
On the Move, GUN RECORDS TKPC 839, 1984
Personnel: Terry Kelly, John Alphonse, Bruce Dixon, George Antoniak, Declan O'Doherty,
Wayne Nicholson, Dale Boutilier, Wayne Hunt, Glenn Simmons, Jon Zaslow, Doug Varty,
Paul Steenhuis, Jim Neil, John Johnson, Bob Loussier, Ken Trevenna
Prod. Declan O'Doherty.
www.terry-kelly.com

ROY PAYNE: Hank and Lefty (Roy Payne)
Last of the Reasons (I Keep Going Home), Condor 1501. circa 1979-80.
Thanks to Charlie Crocker & Steve Smith. Special thanks to Theresa Keough.
Dedicated to the memory of Dumas.
www.roypayne.ca

WINCE COLES: Them Good Old days (Wince Coles)
I Want To Be A Working Man Again World Records WRC4-4110, 1985
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: Remember the Good Times (Dick Nolan)

My East Coast, Condor HCD-4423, circa 1994
originally released on the 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

BUDDY WASISNAME: My Old Wooden Shack (Kevin Blackmore)
Nods ‘n Winks, Independent, BW-002, 1988
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore, Wayne Chaulk
Prod.: Ken Lawton. Eng.: Terry Winsor.
Rec. at St. John's Arts & Culture Center, & Hotel Newfoundland
www.buddywasisname.com

OLIVE BAYLE & the IRISH TRADITION: I Once Was Free (Don McLennan)
My Green Valleys, CYNDA CNS-1031, 1974
Personnel: Olive Bayle, Willie Haughton-guitar/vocals; Bob Shortt-mandolin/banjo; Jimmy Steadman-bass/vocals.
Prod: John Capek.

PHYLLIS MORRISSEY: Childhood (GC Blackmore)
Woman Of the Island, PM 001, 1995
Ged Blackmore: piano; Glenn Simmons: Guitar; Byron Pardy: bass; Rick Hollett: Synth
Prod & Eng; Rick Hollett. Rec. & mix: Record Time Productions, St. John's, NL


ANNE-MARIE MURRAY: Has Love Gone Out of Style? (Anne-Marie Murray)
45 rpm single, Placentia Recording & Publishing House Inc., PRP-2, 1977
www.annemarietheresa.com

BOREALIS: Old Age (D. Hillier/T. Kent)
Sons of the Sea, Audat 477-9025, 1973
Wayne Sturge, Dave Hillier, Paul Bradbury, & Mark Bradbury

THE RISING SONS: Sand and Shovels (Jennings)

The Rising Sons, 1972, Audat 477-901, 1973
Personnel: Pete Bursey, Jim Rooney, Russ Marshall
Producer: Grant Kennedy.  Recorded at Audio Atlantic, Halifax, N.S.  Engineer: Al Feeney

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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Jan. 21- ALIVE AND WELL
(Program 135)

RAWLINS CROSS: Farmer's Daughter/High Reel (Trad.)
A Turn Of The Wheel, RCCD-101, RCPI Records, 1989
Dave Panting: guitar/vocals; Ian McKinnon: Bagpipes/trumpet/tin whistle/vocals;
Geoff Panting: keyboards/vocals; Lorne Taylor: Bass; Pamela Paton: Drums
Back-Up Vocals – Kathy Phippard, Glen Tilley, Sean Panting
Prod: Glen Tilley; Eng: Terry Winsor. Rec. & Mix: CBC Studio F, St. John's, NL
www.rawlinscross.com

JOAN MORRISSEY: Small Bird (composer unidentified on album)
Newfoundland Country, Condor HCD 20017, Heritage Music, 2010
www.joanmorrissey.com 

JOHN WHITE: Carefree Bachelor (composer unidentified on album)
Alive and Well, Vol. 1, independent, 1990

TICKLE HARBOUR: Green Shores Of Fogo (Trad.)
The Hares Ears, QUAY CS-7955, 1979
Personnel: Rick Hiscott, Gerry Stong, Des Walsh, Don Walsh.
Prod: Tickle Harbour, Eng: Neil Bishop & Claude Caines.
Rec: Clode Sound Studios, November 1979
www.donwalsh.com

GORDON PINSENT: : She’s Like the Swallow (M. Stanbury)
Roots, circa 1968, Arc Citation Series ACS-5027 
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/articles/gordon-pinsent

JEFF WHITE: Buffalo Boy (Jeff White)
Grey Lord, 1976, Stovepipe Records, ST 0001
www.jefwhitemusic.com/index.htm

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

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

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

CHRISTOPHER KEARNEY: Rocking Chair Ride (Christopher Kearney)
Christopher Kearney, Capitol ST6372, 1972
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.
http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Pop_Encyclopedia/K/Kearney_Christopher.html

J. TERRY HYNES & GOODTIME: My Dreams (J. Terry Hynes)
Goodtime, Periwinkle Records, PER 7318, 1974
Personnel: Tom Hynes, Gary Tilley, Mickey Andrews, Don Paveling, Al Rain Singers, J. Terry Hynes

LLOYD BURRY: Taboo (Russel-Lecuona)
Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA.

 

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Jan. 14 - TRIBUTE TO BEN WEATHERBY
(Program 134)

BEN WEATHERBY: Alice (Instrumental edit): (Ben Weatherby)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander, Marathon ALS 367, 1973
edited by Wayne Tucker

DICK NOLAN: Don’t Take Your Guns To Town (Johnny Cash)
Newfoundland Songbook, Vol. 1: I Walk the Line - Truck Driving Man, 2008
originally released on vinyl LP, ‘I Walk the Line’,  Arc A-543, 1962
Lead guitar: Ben Weatherby
www.dicknolan.com

DICK NOLAN: Golden Rocket (Hank Snow)
Newfoundland Songbook Vol. 1, 2008 Unidisc. 2008, AGEK-2571
Originally released on vinyl LP, Truck Driving Man, circa 1964
Producer and A&R Direction: Ben Weatherby

ROY PENNEY: Twistin’ the Pick (Composer unidentified on album)
Twistin’ the Pick, circa 1965, Arc 589
Produced by Ben Weatherby

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

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

NEVILLE PLUMBS: Bottle, Bottle (Larry Kingston)
Arc Country Hits, Arc AS-743, circa 1967-8
Personnel: Mickey McGivern and the Mustangs
Direction: Ben Weatherby

 HARRY HIBBS: Sweet Sixteen (Trad.)
At the Caribou Club, Unidisc AGEK 2355 date?
Recorded at Bay Studios, Toronto
Personnel: Harry Hibbs: vocals/accordion; Mickey McGivern: guitar; Mark McGivern: bass;
Bunty Petrie: drums; Brian Barron: fiddle
Produced by Ben Weatherby
Digitally remastered at Unidisc Studios, Montreal by Robert Matichak
originally released as vinyl LP ARC (AS 794), 1968
 
www.harryhibbs.com

MARLENE BEAUDRY: Harper Valley PTA (Tom T. Hall)
Country Reflections, ARC 790, circa 1968 

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
produced by Ben Weatherby

BEN WEATHERBY: You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander (Weatherby)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander, Marathon ALS 367, 1973

 BEN WEATHERBY: Alice (Weatherby)
Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland, Marathon ALS 391, 1973

BEN WEATHERBY: BAY BORN B’Y (Pat Maher/B. Weatherby)
Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland (CD), Condor HCD 4462, date?
originally released on LP  ‘Our Lady Newfoundland’, MMS-76061, Marathon, 1974

BEN WEATHERBY: Alice (Instrumental edit): (Ben Weatherby)
You Can’t Fool A Newfoundlander, Marathon ALS 367, 1973
edited by Wayne Tucker
 

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Jan. 7 - GOING BACKWARD
(Program 133)

GOWER YOUTH BAND: Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody
(Lewis, Young, Schwartz) (arr. J. D. Ployhar)
An Accent On Youth, GYB 8401, 1984
Music Director: Edsel Bonnell, Eng: Chris Hammond


BUDDY WASISNAME & THE OTHER FELLERS:
Mr. McGuire Sit Down (Trad.)
Nods ‘n Winks, Independent, BW-002, 1988
Personnel: Ray Johnson, Kevin Blackmore, Wayne Chaulk
Prod.: Ken Lawton. Eng.: Terry Winsor.
Rec. at St. John's Arts & Culture Center, & Hotel Newfoundland,

www.buddywasisname.com

LORRAINE CONWAY: The Game of Love (Lorraine Conway)
45 rpm single, Independent LC-01, Side 1 circa  1981
www.myspace.com/firstchoiceband

JIM MARTIN: My Beautiful Bay of Conception (Unidentified on album)
Beautiful Bay of Conception, JM-1 (Pine Clad Records).(Circa 1989?.
Personnel: Al Penny: accordion, backup vocals; George Webb: steel;
 Steve Perry: fiddle; Roy Maccaull: mandolin, flat top guitar and bass guitar, backup vocals;
Sharon  Gushue - backup vocals.


THE GEEZERS: Last Train Going Home (Roy Payne)
cassette tape A Waltz Across the Island, NFC-791, 1991.
Featuring Cleve Best on lead accordion
 

A. FRANK WILLIS: Love Left Town  (Jerry Forney)
Welcome Aboard, Hare Records HRL7901. WRC1-937, 1979
Personnel: Too numerous too mention. Prod: A. Frank Willis & Les Ladd
Recorded at Youn’un Sound Studio, Nashville; Eng: Stan Dacus, Ronnie Light, Les Ladd
Mastered at JAMF, Toronto, ON;
Accordion rec. at Clode Sound Prod., Stephenville, Eng: Neil Bishop
http://www.afrankwillis.com/

BEN WEATHERBY: Half A Mind (Roger Miller)
Here’s To the Women Of Newfoundland, Marathon ALS 391, 1973
http://gerrytaylor.thedrawlyn.com/2011/11/874/

PETER NARVAEZ: Proper Ting (Peter Narvaez)
Your Blues Ain’t Sweet Like Mine, Small Wonder Cassettes, SWC1, 1978
Personnel: Peter Narvaez: acoustic, electric, 12-string guitars, harmonica, vocals; Jim Rillie: bass;
Sandy Morris: acoustic guitar; Wayne Hynes: drums
Recorded at Some Good Sound, St. John’s, NL

www.rowdyblues.com/peternarvaez.html

DEREK PELLEY: Hot Flash (Derek Pelley)
Near Life Experience, cassette tape, ALONE STONE 0001,  circa 1990-1991?
Personnel: Derek Pelley, Dave Mattacks, Maartin Allcock, Neil Bishop.
Prod: Derek Pelley, Eng: Tim Matyear. Rec: Woodworm Studio, England, 1987 & '89.


GERRY HALL: Make It Over the Hill (G. Hall
)
45 rpm single, Periwinkle Records PER-3705 (circa 1970).
Prod: Art Snider. Rec: Sound Canada.
From the Good, the Bad and the Ugle L.P. ‘All Over the Road’ (PER 7303)

JERRY ELI: Going Backward (D. Devaney)
45 rpm single MARATHON PA 1057, Side A, circa 1972

LLOYD BURRY: Sunny (Bobby Hebb)
Night Train, Canadian Talent Library 477-5099, 1968
Personnel: Lloyd Burry (organ), Ralph Dunlap (drums).
Eng: Bill Giles, Recording Supervisor: Johnny Burt, Exec. Prod.: J. Lyman Potts.
Recorded at RCA Studios, Toronto. Originally released by RCA.


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